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THE AUG US, FRIDAY, OOTOBElt 30, 1891.
THE AliQCS.1 ;
ribliahad DMTf and Weekly at MM BeMad A.v
.eaaa. Bock I aland, 111.
I. W. Potter. - Publisher.
Tib TIslTj'. We per monta; Weekly, 18.00
All eommanleations of a arltieal or argumenta
tive aharacUr, political or religions, mast save
real same attached for publication. Ho such aiti-
wm oe pnntea over actiuotu signatures -Anaavnoas
commQQioatlona not noticed.
Oorreepondence aoliclted from avery township
la Bock Island countj. '
Friday, Octobeb 30, 1891.
Wolves in Henderson connty are
numerous and impadent. They kill sheep
in broad daylight about Media.
Unclk Jerby Rtjek's presidential boom
bu something to rest upon. He has
stolen the thunder with which Senator
Farwell introduced his rain storms and
the secretary of agriculture now has an
automatic shower department in bis ad
Ter Using bureau. He claims the credit
of getting the American hog into Ger
many and Italy, and probably into France.
Indianapolis tentinel: Every patri
lie citizen, of whatever party school,
will heartily sustain the administration
in demanding reparation from Chili for
any outrages which may have been corns
mitted within her jurisdiction ' upon
American soldiers or sailors, or American
citizens. But the people will insist that
nothing shall be exacted of the Chilian
government which would not be exacted
of the government of England or France
or Germany under similar circumstances.
The United States are too powerful and
too great to submit to indignities at the
hands of any nation, and they are also
too powerful and too great to buKy a
feeble government. We have no doubt
that this country has a just grievance
against Chili. If so, proper reparation
must be had. But the people will not
approve any effort to humiliate the Chil
ians because they are weak as compared
with the United States
The Effects of frateeton.
Workingmen and mechanics are earn
estly requested to read the following
- facta and see what the reputed protection
is doing for tbem. Here is a partial list
Of the different protected industries that
have reduced wages since the McEinley
bill was passed, as "prepared by the Bur
Brooks Iron company, BirdsHorough,
Penn., closed Feb 2, and 450 men thrown
out of work because they refused to ac
cept a reduction of 7 per cent.
Eilis & Losiglron and Steel company.
Potlstown, Penn closed Fob. 2; 700
men ont of work because a reduction of
12 per cent was rejected.
Sturtevant Blower works, Jamacia
Plain, Mats , reduction of from 10 to 30
Pottstown Iron company, Potlstown,
Penn.; reduction of 7 percent
Bethlehem Iron company, Bethlehem,
Penn ; reduction of 10 per cent Feb. 2.
Pennsylvania Steel company. Steelton,
Penn jf reduction of from 8 to 10 per
cent Feb 1.
Lackawanna Iron and Coal company,
Scranton, Penn.; an average reduction
of SO cents a day on Jan. 1.
Homestead Steel works, Carnegie,
Pbipps & Co.; 10 per cent by agreement.
.Pullman Palace Car company's works:
new scale making a reduction of about
10 per cent, brought forward Jan . 1 .
Otis Iron and Steel company, Cleve
land, Ohio; reduction of 3 ) per cent.
Buckeye Mower and Reaper Works,
Akron, Ohio; reduction of from 80 to 60
ner cent. reDorted nn PVth S
The Crane Iron company, AUtntown,
Penn. ; a reduction of 10 per cent took
effect on Fph. 2.
The Lochiel Iron Works, at Harrisburg,
Penn , have shut down indefinitely, it is
u supposed because of a difference oa the
wages question. Boston Commercial
The Reading Iron mmnui. . Tha o
000 employes were told on March 27 that
a reduction of wages would be made on
Potts Brothers Iron ' com can y, Potts
town. Pvnn. Wages of puddiers re
anrwa aoont v per cent on March 16.
Lehigh Iron company, Allentown,
Penn. A reduction of 10 per cent was
made on March IS.
On the 18th inst. about 250 of the men
employed in the puddling mills of the
Old Dominion Iron and Nail Works
company, at Richmond. Va . went out
on a strike on account of a reduction of
their age from 84 to $3 75 per ton.
The Iron Aj?e. March 2P.
Tue GlaHgow Iron company, of Potls
town, Penn., have pouted a notire of re
duction rf wages in thp rmidle depart
ment beginning March 16. from 3.75 to
$3 50 per ton. aDd of a reduction of 7
percent in the plate mill. The Iron A"e
The iron mining companies of the
northwest; 10 par cant or more; man;
thousand men getting less pay or deprived
Southern Steel company, Chattanooga.
Tenn.. 10 per cent for all employes who
were receiviig more than $ 1 per dav.
Emma Blast Furnace, Cleveland, Ohio.
10 per cent
Illin-iis Steel company. 2 500 men idle
on Marrh 6 owir.g to their r fusel to ac
cept what appears to have been a reduc
Arcade File Works company, Sing Sing,
N. Y., ordered a reduction of from 15 per
cent to 40 per cent on August 7.
Two hundred men employed by the
G!oi!Pce8ter Iron Works. Gloucester, N
J., out of work because they would not
accept a reduction in their wages, Au
WOOLEN AND WORS1 EDS.
Hopednle Fabric Mill, Hopt-da'r, Mass ,
ages of weavers reduced 2 cents a yard
Coobeco Manufacturing conipaDv-,
wsteB of wenvrrs rtdwed 4 per cnit.
Saxony Knitting Mill. Utile Full, N
Y.. reduction of about 20 p r cent.
Menimic Mills, Lowell Ma s, wtijres
or male spinners re Juod 3 csats pjr hundred.
The weavers U ArVington Mill. Law
renoer Haas., about 400 in number, wera
notified Jatt week that hereafter tajey
would bw.bliged to submit to a redats
lion of 18 per cent on the wages hereto
fore paid, and to run four looms on. - V
work instead of three, as had previously
been the custom, a striae resulted.
Boetoa Commercial Bulletin, March 28.
Knitting Mills at Little Falls, N. Y. ;
D.spatcbes published in the Times, on
March 12. reported reductions in Macs
Kinnon s mill and Hbeard s mill, as well
is in the Saxony mill, which has hereto
fore been mentioned. These reductions
vere made by cutting down the price of
piecework.' "It may be stated approxi
mately," said our correspondent, "that
enplojes who earned f 15 a week one
j ;ar ago can now earn but $13 or f 13 50
o i the same class of work. This pro
portion will apply pretty generally
ttrongfcOiit." The duties on knit goods
were largely increased.
TheNorwalk Woolen mills, Winne
piuk, Conn. The wearers struck on
Much 16 because they had been required
to take up new work under conditions
which caueed a reduction reported to be
about f a per week.
The Cornell Mills, Fall River, Mass.
A strike took place on March 11, caused
in part, it was said by the agent of the
company, by many difficulties that hat e
ari ien lately through lengthening the cuts
of cloth, resulting in a reduction of
Atlantic Mills, Providence, R I. The
wehvers, 1,000 in number, went on strike
three weeks ago because they believed
their wages had been or were to be re
duced by excessive fines and new condi
tioi s. They returned to work on March
23, and went out agaii in three days.
Bats Mill, Leaiston, Me., 3 per cent
in one department.
Jhcssonviiie Underwear company,
Jacl sonville, III., a reduction, followed
bv a strike on Feb. 7.
Vtanekuck Mills. Providence. R. I..
(600 weavers struck on March 2 because
of a reduction .
Weybosset Mill. Oaleyville. R I., work
men asserted on Feb. 21 that their wages
had leen decreased bj a change of the
schedule or allowances.
Silk mill at Warehouse Point, Conn
wage of winders and doublers reduced
from f 1 37 to $1 per day.
Ritbon weavers in Paterson, N. J.;
reduction of 15 per cent.
Pioneer Silk mills. Paterson. N. J
The wages of weavers were largely re
dured on March 21, and the weavers
Adelaide Silk mill, Allentown, Penn.;
ribbon weavers wagea reduc. d.
Coal mines, Duquoin, III ; reduced
from ctf to OU cents per ton.
Coal miners near Leavenworth, Kan.;
reduction of 11 per cent.
The coke companies of Pecnvlvani;
10 per cent 16.000 men struck Feb. 9
Coal miners n ar Evunsville. Ind ; a
reductisn followed by a strike on Feb. 7,
Manufacturers of potterv. Trenton. N
J ; wares of sanitary ware prescers re
duced it per cent.
Tenney's bat factory. Metheun, Mass ;
23 per cent.
Smitl ville Cotton Mills. Willmantic.
Mass.; ipseders' wages reduced f 1 50
per wee x .
The manufacturers of cotton eoods at
Fall River are arranging to force their
opperatnrs to accept a reduction in
wages; tfept. 7.
THE COtXEGE MAN'S FUTURE.
The Method of Tralalna; the TJndergTaaV
- nmt In the Ideal University.
What, in the growth of higher university
life, is to become of the undergraduate?
Will he rot be made too subordinate a be
ing, In viaw of the lofty ideals of the uni
versity Aa a matter of fact, the great
numbers and the large significance of the
nndergra Inatea In every university insure
a-Fxt alwa will insure the closest atten
tion to th air needs and interests, however
mucn tbe ideal of the university grows
npon us, however lofty the more organic
and natic nal purposes of our academic
work beet me.
Of the proper place of the n ndergrad uate
in tne or;aniam of a great university I
have a pretty decided notion, which I
should liksto express aa I close. Itinthia-
Inthetru.) university tbe undergraduate
ought to 11 himself a novice In an order
of learned servants of the ideal a novice
who, if in turn he be found willing and
worthy, m ly tie admitted, after his first de
gree, to tbe toils and privileges of this order
as a grade ate or, still later, as a teacher,
but who, on the other hand, if, as will most
frequently happen, he is not for this call
ing, will 1 sent back to the world, en
riched by his undergraduate years of inter
course witi his fellows, and with elder
men and progressive scholars.
The idea, academic life, then, is not or
ganized expressly for him. And yet Le
will gain bv the very fact that it is organ
ized for higher aims and upon more sig
nificant principles than his individual in
terests dim tly involve. It is a mistake to
think first of "disciplining" the under
graduate mind, and then of higher ac.-i-demic
purposes. First let us seek the
highest, which is organized scholarship.
Then let t s give ample time, teachers
and oversig it to the undergraduates, bi t,
let what we do for them be informed by
the true uu vertity spirit; that is, let io
treat them just us novices preparing to
enter the higher scholarly life in some out
of the multitudinous departments of mod
ern research and let us train them as 1f
they were all known to be worthy of such
a calling.- Pi-ofessor Josioh Royce in gcrib
Tbe Owl in History.
The owl , In former times generolly
regarded as i.u onieu of misfortune or
death; but as the Egyptians represented
Minerva und. r the form of au oni, the
Athenians, w'uo were under the care of
this goddess, 1 raked upon the appearauce
of the owl as u favorable omen. It there
fore formed uwn the ancient coins refer
red to the sym xil of Athens and her for
eign posscssio.ig. The Chinese and the
Tartars have n o held the owl in high es
teem. Tiie first named used to wear owl's
feathers in tbiir caps, aud some Tartar
tribes still worship idols made like owls.
New York Wee k!y.
Cave Ulm an Excuse.
Skipper (raoi-ig yacht) Xo use tryin.
We're way belli :id an goiu to git beat.
Owner Mj! ny! That will never do.
If we are beaten we must have an excuse.
Skipper All right. I'll opset 'er. Here
atie goes! Wuot p! Good News:
F I 1 1 1
A r.HAMPION nr I iiNrucrkKia
M. de lMp, the FaLaona Canal Build
er, sod Hi Nine Jolly Boys and Girl.
M. de lessens is the famous Frenchman
who built the famous Sues canal between
the Mediterranean sea and the Red sea.
This great hundred mile ditch was dug
through the desert isthmus that connects
Asia and Africa. Before this was dona
European ships had to sail down all the
western coast of Africa, around the Cape
of Good Hope and up the east coast through
the Indian ocean to reach India and China.
Now the Suez canal saves half of thia sea
voyage, for the European ships can go
THE PE LESSEPS FAMILY.
A few years ago M. de Lesseps tried to
build a canal on our American continent,
across the Isthmus of Panama, but this
time he did not succeed. This famous
canal builder is also famous as the father
of a large and beautiful flock of children.
What jolly times the nine de Lessens bovs
and girls must have together1 no need to
wait for little neighbors to come before the
game can begin; no need to go away from
home for playmates. M. de Lesseps seems
likely, too, to become a children's hero, for
be is the champion of luncheons. I am
told he has given orders that every one of
his nine little men and women shall have
luncheons as many aud as large as they
Ah, what Is that f I hear tbe cake lov
ing girls and the gingerbread hungry boys
shouting: "Hurrah for M. de Lessens!"
Wait a bit do not be hasty. The de
Lesseps luncheons are not cake and ginger
bread luncheons. The de Lessen lunch
eons are bread and butter luncheons no
cake, no cookies, no pie, no gingerbread.
Ah, I hear the cake and gingerbread
children cry, "Oh! oh! ohl"
M. de Lesseps says that any boy or girl
hungry enough to eat plain bread and but
ter needs a luncheon and will not be
harmed by it. Perhaps he is right. Little
Men and omen.
It is much easier to start an evil report
than to stop it. Even after a rumor has
been proved false the harm it has done
cannot always be undone. Before repeat
ing a bit of gossip it would be well to ask
ourselves three questions. First, "is it
true?" Second, "is it kind?" Third, "is
it necessary t" This practice would be
sure to save us many bitter memories and
The pions Philip of Neri was once visited
by a lady who accused herself of slander.
He bade her go to the market, buy a
chicken just killed and still covered with
feathers and walk a certain distance,
plucking the bird as she went:
The woman did as she was directed, and
returned anxious to know tbe meaning of
"Retrace your steps," said Philip, "and
gather up, oue by one, all tbe feathers you
"I cast the feathers carelessly away,"
said the woman, "and tbe wind carried
them in all directions."
"Well, my child." replied Philip, "so it
is with slander; like the feathers which the
wind has scattered, they have been wafted
In many directions. Call them back now,
if you can.
Bints for Amateur Athletes.
Golden Days gives some advice to ama
teur athletes in which occur the following
hints: "A hundred yard race isaa excellent
sport, and the distance is quite long
enough to test the swiftness of tbe ordina
ry boy. It can either be run as a scratch
race or a handicap, and tbe distance must
be accurately marked.
-."A half mile run or a mile walk is the
extreme limit that should be attempted by
amateurs. A hurdle race of a hundred
yards is also quite long enough and is a
pretty sight. The hurdles should be eight
feet wide and never more thau two feet in
height for amateur sports. They should
also be fitted with stauds to prevent them
toppling over, aud neatly whitewashed the
day before they are required.
"Another interesting race is known as
tbe 'Atlanta,' taking its name from the fa
miliar legend. An apple or potato should
be placed half way on each competitor's
course. The object of the winner is to
stoop as he passes in bis rapid run and
bring the apple with him to the winning
post. To do this neatly, without losing
much sjteed. requires a nicety of calcula
tion, fil'ied with keen t.ij;iiti and sturCj
A Kalny Iay- '
litter, palter, moist weather
Tears aud raindrop fall tnsether.
Sinil-s arnt sutibcams hidden quite;
. Ouly f row-us and cluuds in st-;ht.
Intereoting Facta Abuut the Toad.
Boys aud gala are not alwavs well rn-
ttirmcd concerniug the usefulness of the
toad. If he does not curry a jewel lu his
head be is quite as valuable as if he did,
for he does a work no gardener can do in
clearing a garden of its insect pests. Many
a gardener builds this little gnome small
dwellings of bits of stone in tbe nooks of
bis flower beds, hd cherishes him as n
valuable assistant, destroying larv,
worms and flies r.s he does with neatness
and dUpatch. -
A very remote cousin of the garden toad.
coniruoniy called the tree toad, explains a
writer iu the Detroit Free Press, is really n
frog. He looks so much like the old bark,
afld lichens on tbe trees he frequents that.'
it is difficult to discover him. Tbe eon
lth which be helps the cricket break tho
peace of ummer nights is apt to le a tru
prophecy of raiu.
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f -r v-.v- N--irT-.--x.rr-FT
We carry the celebrated line of E. P. Reed & Co., for ladies' fine shoes
The finest line of Gentlemen's Footwear in the city, in Pat. Leather Cord
van, Kangaroo, French calf, Etc. Latest styles.
A barrel of Tooth Picks given away with every pair of SHOES,
jS'ew line of Aens Shoes at $2 JO.
Ic Ihnnldb m X vary Hons.
J. B. W ilson, 871 Clay street, Sbarps
burg. Pa., says be will cot be without
Dr. King s rsew Discovery for consump
tion, coughs and colds, that it cured his
wife who was threatened with pneumonia
alter an attack or "Ja enppe, when va
rious other remedies and several physi
cians bad done her no good. Robert
Barber, of Cooksport, r.. claims Dr.
King's New Discovery has done him more
good than anything be ever used for
lung trouble. Nothing like it. Try it
Free trial bottles at II art a & Babnseu's
drug store. Large bottles, SOs and $1.
This remedy is becomirg so well known
and so popular as to need no special men
tion. All who baye ued Electric Bitters
sing toe same song or praise. A purer
memcine does not exist and it is guarant
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Bitters will cure all diseases of tbe liver
and kidneys Kill remove pinnies, boils.
salt rheum and other affections caused by
impure blcod. Wilt drive malaria from
the system and prevent as well as cure all
malarial fevers. For c ire of headache.
constipation and indigestion try Electric
enters bntire satisfaction guaranteed
or money refunded Price 50 cents and
$1.00 per bottle at Bartx & Bsbnsen's
btjcxlxk'b ABKICa. baltb.
The best salve in the world for cats.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains.
cores and all st'.n eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 95 cents per
noz. j or saie dv iiaru s Bahnsen.
rer Over Fifty Tsars
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used by millions of mothers for
their children while teething. If dis-
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by a sick child suffering and crvine with
pain of cutting teeth send at once and get
a bottle of -Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
oyrvp i or cnuaren teeming, it will rt
Vvr the poor little rufferer immediately.
Depend upon it. mothers, there is no mis
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laUs the stomach and bowels, cures wind
colic, softens the gums, reduces inflamma
tion and gives tone and energy to the
hole system," "Mrs Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething is pleasant
to the taste and is tbe DrescriDtion of one
oi me Oldest and best female physicians
ana nurses in me united states. Sold by
all druggists throughout the world. Price
twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and
ask for "Mrs. Winslow'sSoothing Syrup
To Ktrvoiu tea Cebltaud Sen.
If you will send me your address we
will mail you our illustrated osmDhlet
exiUiuing all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
electro voltaic belt and appliances, and
their charmiDg effects upon the nervous
debilitated system, and how tbey will
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appliances on trial.
Voltaic Belt Co.. Marshall. Mich.
PndUpa' Fae:B Coast Excursion.
For ihff ahnvM ihiumI o!am
Burlington. Cedar. Rapids & Northern
rati war will ran a t mi net ar tk..
j w- w. - , auwas
day from Albert Lea, Minn , to Columbus
uuaciigu, iua, counectyig w.;n U-. It
I. & P. Pacific coast excursion train, and
:his car will go through without change
to San Francisco. For rtoa
eral information apply to any sgent of
the company, or J. E. Hahkeqajt.
wen. u i and rass. Agt.
In the Durauit of tna mm tl.lnn
this world we anticipate too much; we
eat out the heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
Litem. The reaulta nhtan4
" va tvw tUQ U9C
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
all claims. It CUrea dvArwnsia .jt .11
stomach, hver, kidney and bladder
trouuies. it is a perfect tonic, appetizer.
uiuuu isurmcr, a ure cure ior ague and
ajiJariil diseases. PrW no. .
w vvmtr, kil
it, use Potion1: Powder.
A school satchel given with
every pair of
Our Fall Stock is now
complete, and we are
confident we can
BOSTON SHOE STORE,
Ave., under Rock Island House'
Ekk Beadaehe and relievo all the tronblas tncf
Amt to a bllioos state of the system, much as
nizzmeM, Nausea, Drowsiness, IMstruea after
eating, ftia In the Side, Ao. Whilo their most
remartaWa anccei haa boon ahown in cuiing ,
Beadftche, yet Cartas Lit Ho liver Pills aro
equally valuable in Constipation, curing and pi o
cvurect rll dlnordprsox tbestomachtltunlAte tbo
hrx and rtuLe Uie bowela. Sveniltlief ouly
Sufor from Uua distressing complaint; but fort o
Sataly tbel r goodness does noeud hero.anl thoca
Wboenoetry tbem will find these little pills val u
.ablelnsoinany waysthatthey will lint bo vll
Jlng todo wiUaout tbem. But after aJlalck beat
(IS the bane of no rrmny Hves that hen fs where
We make onr great boaat. Oar pills cure it whila
1 other do not.
I Garter'a Little Liver Plus are rery Bmall anil
. very eaey to take. One or two piQs makea doae.
They are strictly vegetable ana do not gripe or
purgfl, but by their gentle actios pfoaee alt who
nsetaeo. In rials it 25 cents; five fur $L. 6old
by (Jrsfata eTerywharo. or ssot by miU.
CARTER (HEOtCtNE CO., New York.
SMALL PUL SMALL DOSE. SHALL PfilCF
MISS KATE BYRNES,
0trich Good a,
Lace Vclllnga, Gilt Trunmtrgs,
Jet and Gilt Ornaments,
1709 Second avenue,
-ALL KIWDS OF-
Cast Iron Work
oe- A specialty of furnishing- aLkisdi
of Stores with Castings at 8 senta
' ' per pound.
A MACHINE SHOP
as been added where all kind of machine
. work will be done Orst-class.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS, i Propts.
John Volk 6c Co.,
If a n n f nwtn ra r nf
Sash Doors Blinds. Bidinar. Flrwirino-
and an kinds of wood work fnr mm.
IlShUenth et, bet. Third and Poarta avea.'
Chicago, Minneapolis and St. PtsA
Via the Famous Albert Lm lm I
St. Louis, IvTinneapoiis and StPul
, wdu Mui jiiQiieapoiif a sc Fan Short Ii
Through Sleepers and Chair Cars
KANSAS CITY. MINNCAPOUS km rr Dim
PEORIA, CEDAR RAPIDS AND SIOUX FAILS, UL
vniAUU AiVU tbUAR RAPIDS
Via the F&mortA Albert Lwi
THE SHORT LINE
SPIRIT LAKE (sT
The Great Iowa Summer Resort
For Railn-ay ani HoM Kates, IWrtirtin
i ariiMiieis aim ail iiiMmKitmn. afllrw
Genl Ticket aud l'asvriiti Ageut,
FOR CHEAP HOMES
On line of tliis road Id Nortlmnft-Ri lm,
Southeastern Miniievna and (.Vniral Ihttx.
Where drought rrrut r.iinr un- uiXim
Thousands of choke seres of laini )rt uMl
Loral Excursion r.ites given. F'jrf;ilim!on
tion as to prices of land and rateoflaie.iulca
UenT Ticket and Paasenp-r A-
All of the PasseiiKer Trtins or. r.'.l BiriVvos
tlus Jtailway are nested l.y Kini Iran Ut
engine, and the Main Line Iejv l':issiiiEcrImi
are lighted witt the Elertric
Maps, Time Tables, Through Kales and aE
formation furnished on appiv-ation to AMtt
Tickets on sale over this route al all nrffJia
points In the Cnion, and by Its Aputs, Io li
parts of the United Suites ami Oauaiix
T"For announcetnents of Evcursion Eata
and local matters of Interest, please refer to at
tucai coiunms oi wis pa;T.
C. J. IVES, 4. E. HANNECAN,
VrM'tAGentSapt. Oen1! Tkt. t P I
CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA.
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medical trcRl'ntcan tf br.df rn-i I
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