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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, JANUAKY lo, 1X1)3.
Jfr. Harvey Heed
Catarrh, Heart Failure, Pa
ralysis of the Throat
1, l Thank Cod and Hood's Saraa
partita for rerfeet Health."
" Gentlemen : For the bencf.t of suffering hu
manity 1 msh to state a few faets: For several
roars I lave suffered from cat.-mli and heart
failure, crtting so bad I could not work and
Could Scarcely Walk
ka; a Tory bad spell of paralysis of the throat
nine time airo. My tliroat seemed closed and
j cold not nwnllow. The doctors said it
was caused by heart failure, and pave medicine,
rvim'ti 1 took according to directions, but it did
nut seem to do me any good. My wife urged
me to try Hood's Snrsapanlla. telling roe of Mr.
,iej'ti C- Smith, ho had been
At Death's Door
tut was entirely cured by flood's Sarsaparilla.
MUT t.ilkins with Mr. Smith, T concluded to
trv Hood's Smsaparilla. When I had taken
two bottle 1 felt very much better. I- have
mniiniied taking if, and am now feeling excel
lent. 1 thank liod, and
ar t mv wife for my restoration to perfect
bralih." IIakvev HKt o, Laccyville, O.
Iioon s TILLS do not purse, rain or grip.
rot n't rrompt'iT. easily and efficiently. JSc.
Ill taic Mm
Saceesful'v Treated Upon the
Latest, Scientific Principles.
NoExinrinifnts cr False R presenta
tions. Consult etien.: Examination
nr. '1 Aclvir Free and Cnn-rfdential-
At ITvp?r House Saturday,
Hi' fc'd year? ofexrer'ence In the lart;st hopi-t-ti
in th coTint'y and is a unidiste or several of
'fcc lien rnllcscs in tile I"nitd 8 at!s, an l b ia
r'i-- rrinrtieil from a tunr of the largest hosp-tal
Ir, K m . where he has b en stodv ma fie la'est
r.. mo.t innroved method" of treaiiuK the dis-ci.r-
,,f v hkh he miks a specialty.
II- ha- had y.-urs of exierien-e prior to his
airop-an trip, and is well kno in in this vlein ty
i' Ik- his rnre ! hundreds In your city and vlcin
It, m the ls-t three years, lie tnkes no lncnr
n'e ill eie, lmt line cured hundred who have
r. n itv-n up aa incurable by Ik ai physicians.
Ante nr, chronic catarrh, chr nic diarrhoea,
rvnf.ii or suppressed nienstrnaf on. lnfl imation
f fie w.imb, inflaxation of the bladder, diabetes,
'!?tp-U, c iiidtlpation, kidney, urinary and
M ir'd.T troubles. Hricht's disease, tape worms,
milked limbs an ! enlarged joinls.clnh toot,white
lias, nervousness and ireneriil debility. Impo
licy, h nc rrhca, pimples, blotches, eanc-r,
'.".v. i:rave elect, goifrrhoea, hydrocele, ta art
u'.-e, inst-ria, ft. Vitus dance, p.iri;ysig,
rt.'-iwn itt-tn a-ttmia. female weakness, etc . ttf
AM -iir.';c:il o;ierations performed.
Rpil;)-y or tits p ittTeiy cured.
nic- cur. d without pain, knife or eant'.c.
H I and sktn (liseu-es cured by improvv; and
rT-r !:iiiinc te-neilte-
Kvt- - ro- evcf cured In one minntc wlthont
' .' "'r Wl "k- w"t''ry eyes, dropuimi; lids, L'rann!
arcil ! N. sore eyes of any form, wil 1 hairs, rat
''"le pupils, spots, scum . turning In and
fcii;-.Noj-es an 1 deafness, ulceration, dit
lr'.v, polypus, etc.
No-r.-N,s:, cav.rrh. polvrus of the nose, plis
Mrjiprra ions. etc. Dr. Walters can absolutely
and teTmaneoMv cure any case of catarrh that
'ri'is'e Ht. honestly believes he can show
?r. t-r record of cases ( f catarrh cured thau all
ni r pliy-ieians in the state
'nl in mors, cancers, warts, moles. etc..r
mifi.i Hith .lit aci.ls, knife, pain or Bear. Ntw
m,,li -I. Klcctrol-gis.
i,mr.s-Tht "tired" fcellnz and all the female
w-asne-s-s are urnmut'y cured, Blo iting, head-wni-s
nervous prostration, jreneral ochtp.tv,
ci'lessncss, depressii n. tndltrestion. ovarian
es, Inllammation and nlceiation, fallin; and
li'emenis. silnal weakness, kidney com-c-'nts.
and rhanue of life.
'whvai. Wkakness Immedlitely cured and
'i:i utror restored. This distress ni; aflliclion,
m T ' r" Dnri'en and marriage Impos
s.o.e, is the penalty paid hy the victim of iniiiro
I'er in tn ceiice. The most chaste must acknow-
''te hat the o.v-ions are the treat magnet by
" "llli f ,i.M .l... 1
t , - i irin ,1,, Hllil , maiMCUHcr w
,' ""' (;"d made him; the world is no lonecr In
' "'C l him, and remorse and di-app dntment
re til. cons-ant companions. ( onsult Or. Walter
and yon will find the sympathy and rs-
i mai von positively require to be happy,
tnli r lhe ,)Ie' and come earlv, as his
i""""' always crowded whirever he goes.
i'r t(,r wl, evory f0r weekg cjur.
TfV,. vr,r nm- Brlra-from two to four on.
r urine for chemical analysis.
Lyman P. Walter, M. D.,
3 TO 0 DAYS.
ABSOLUTE CURE FOff
Wll L NDT ranot
STRICTURE, ask for I
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O OA'H. NOSTA.-M.J
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V H. THOMAS BoIp ACent
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win e worm is attracien. uestroy
''ti and what have wef Man is no longer intcr
"'''"' the opposite sex; the interc.iane of that
r'!ltll! rcTiiiaM whi.k .n,t h,n.t.
THE FIDDLER OF DOONEV.
When I play on my riddle in Dooney.
Folk dance like a wave o' the ta.
My brother is priest of Kilbarne .,
My cousin of Rosnarec.
I passed my brother and cousin.
They read In a book of prayer;
I read in a bock of songs
I boucbt at Sligo fair.
When we come at the close of ti ne
To Peter sitting in state.
He will smile on the three old si trita.
But call me first through the g ite.
For the good are always the merry.
Save by an evil chance.
And the merry love the riddle.
And the merry love to dance.
And the folk there when they s y me
Will all come up to me.
With. "Here is the fiddler of Domey,"
And dance like a nave o' the tea.
W. rJ. Yeata.
The Tables Turned.
"When the Chinese first began to over
run California, the laboring men felt about
their occupation much as Othello did, and
failed to extend to the Celes ials that
courtesy which the youngest s lould ex
tend to the oldest civilization on earth,"
Raid Chang Lee, the bright eyed Mongolian
secretary to a San Francisco capitalist.
"They used to abuse us terribly. A favorite
amusement of t heirs was to catch us by the
cues nnd drag us about. We are not
fighters, and, being in a strange land, we
could do no better than quietly put np
with it and hope that our tormentors
would become ashamed and let us alone.
A lot of us were employed to grade a rail
road, and the American workmen used to
invade our camp at night an abuse ns
"One day a big Irishman named O'Fallon
came to see us and told us if we would
give him fifty dollars he would make our
tormentors wish they had never seen a
Chinese camp. We agreed, and lie stained
his face, shaved his head, put on it Chinese
costume and waited for our visitors. They
called that night as usual, and O'Fallon
took care to be the first 'Chinaman' they
tackled. He had been a prizo fighter,
and the men used to say that he could kill
a bull with his list. About a ilozen got
around and began to kick and cuff him
before he made a motion. Then be turned
loose, and the way he laid that crowd out
was fine sport to witness. He cl -aned out
the whole lot, and the nocturnal visits
were discontinued." St. Louis Globe
Democrat. A Careless Posture.
Grown people and children ali e are in
clined to fall into a very bad bal it. of slid
ing down into a chair and sitting for hours
with the spine bent almost in a h ilf circle.
That this is injurious thousand? of people
who indulge in it never so much is dream,
but that it is the cause of many s.-rious ills
those who have investigated the subject
are well aware.
The continual strain uponone s-ideof the
spinal column, with the corn sponding
compressions m the other, gives rise to
nervous (Kfiic-uli ies ami lillections of the
brain. Dizziness, nausea and blind spells
are not. infrequently the rest: It of this prac
tice. While the strictly upright position
is undoubtedly the most heali hfu , it seems
rather hard work :o persuade tlie young
and indolent to maintain it.-
Lazy people a:'! those who love luxury
have a habit of "slumping," so :o speak,
into their chairs and remaining n a semi
recmnbent position, with thespitu as nearly
telescoped as may be. That portion of the
human anatomy generally known as the
backbone was intended to be worn in an
upright position, and the constant pressure
of the sections of the vertebra i pon each
other is productive of various i Is. New
lork Commercial Advertiser.
H w a Beiatifai Flower Wai Kamed.
An old lejreiid tel's of two lovers, . walking by
the river Ktiine. Tbelidv be,'ed her suitor to
pick a little palo blue, flower arowiig on the
bink. In doiug so. he fe'l into the water and
was drowned ; but while sinking, he threw the
flower to her, an! cried: "Forget mi not!"
Thousands of women will n -ver forget what I'r.
l'ier.;e'a Favorite Prescription has d iw. for them.
It is prepared specially to cure tle diseases
from which they alone suffer, and -f .en lu si
lence, ratbor thin consult a physician as peri
odical pains, weak hack, pr 1 jp tus, at d all uter
ine troub'es. Purely ve$re'.able, and pnaranteed
to five s.tifaction In ev-'ry cisc, or money re
Time That Men Waste.
"Talking of dudes," said Kichi rd Gray
son at the Lindell, "did you ever consider
how much time a man expend to keep
himself presentable? A man with any
beard at nil must shave at least tl rce times
a week. That means a. waste of ten hours
a month or twelve good working days in
the year. Fifteen minutes n d; y at the
bcot black stand will knock nearly ten more
working days out of the year. Now figure
up the time spent tying his cravj t, fishing
collar buttons from under the noser and
in various other ways pertainit g to the
gineral 'getup' of a man, not of fashion,
but of affairs, and you will find that he
sacrifices at least one working mouth in
the year to his personal appearance. I5ut
it pays. Only the man who has h s reputa
tion or his 'pile' made can nlTord ta ueglect
these lit.t le tributes of respect to tl e npiniou
of his fellow men and women." St. Louis
BhMixtitliBi Cures in a Da".
"Mystic, Cure" for Rheumfitism and
Neural eta redictlly cures in on to three
Jays- Its acion upon tbe system is rc
markabl; and mysterious. It removes a'
once the cause tind the disetsr- imrned
ii't!y liotpneaM. The first doB ereatly
benefits. Warranted by Otto Grot j an,
drusdst, lW.k Islnnd.
I was troubled with catarrh for seven
vears previous to commencing tac use of
Ely's Cream Bilm. It has done for me
what other so-cailed remedies have failed
to do cured me. The effect of the Bulra
seemed m tubal. Clarence L. Huff.
After trying many remedies fcr catarrh
durinff the past 12 years, I tried Ely's
Cream Bairn with complete emcees. It
is over one year since I stopped usinp; it
and have had no return of catarrh. 1
recommend It to all my friends. Milton
Palm, Heading, P.
rVhftt the Hon. George G. Vent says in
regard to the superiority of the Dirvh
berg's diamond and non-chancretble sic
taclec "I am using glasoas which I purchased
from Prof. Hirschbcrg and the" arc the
best I ever tried; it affords "tne greit
pleasure to recommend Prof, n rechberg
as an excellent optician, and hlj glase
arc simply unequalled in my exicricnce
G. G. Ye8t.'
These spectacles are for sale t y T. H
Thomas acent for Rock Iblanri
A GOOD OLD CUSTOM.
The Habit of Reading: Alond In the Bom
'.. . Haa Fallen. Into Neglect. .1 -
There is a good old custom which, it is
to be feared, has fallen into neglect and if
so ctrtainly deserves to lie revived. It is
that of :eadingaloud in tbe family orother
social -circle. In former days, when books
were few nnd uewspapers less plentiful and
cheap thau now, this practice was exceed
ingly common. Many circumstances fa
vored it. In most homes there was actual
ly what for the most part there is now only
poetically a "hearthstone," where blazed a
great fire each winter evening, around
which all the members of the family gath
ered nightly, from the grandfather in his
blippers and the grandmother with her
knitting work to the baby with his rattle.
At first after the blinds were drawn and
the great lamp was lighted there would
be conversation among the elders-aaiul
games among the youngsters, but by and
by the very little ones would fall asleep
and be tucked iuto trundle beds. Perhaps
grandfather and grandmother would doze
a bit, but brighten up and listed gladly to
the well loved manly or womanly voice
reading the most interesting news of the
day, followed by selections from a maga
zine, from a book of favorite poems or
travels or standard fiction. There are mul
titudes of middle aged people today whose
fondest recollections of youth are associ
ated with long winter evenings partly
6pent in listening to or sharing in family
Where houses are heated by furnaces or
fcteam radiators in every part, where gas
Or electric lights are in every room, where
literature is so abundant that everybody
can provide it for himself, the conditions
that once made such sc ries as we have (Je
scribed almost a necessity in every intelli
gent household no lunger exist. But what
has ceased to be a necessity is nevertheless
a privilege, and those who neglect it do not
know what they lose. Cold print hicks
the charm of the living human voice.
Words spoken have liouble the potency of
words seen, but not heard. Accent, inilec
tion, modulation, tones of mirth and pa
thos, coming from the heart and going to
the heiut are things that lend enchant
ment lo reading aloud iu a group where
affection unites the members in a common
bond. Then, too, it g.vu. rise to the be-t
kind of conversation. It, mingles instruc
tion with entcrtaimnci't It develops mu
tual .syrnpntLies tnd tastes. It stimulates
thought. It sweetens labor. It stores t he
memory with never to be forgotten imasjes
that make coming years brighter and sur
vive through separations of time and space.
Those who already know how delightful
it is need r.o urging, lint it is not alone in
families that reading aloud may be prae
ticed with pleasure and profit. In thisnud
every large city there are vast numbers of
people, particularly young people, who are
deprived c.f the privileges of home. Many
are clerks in mercantile or financial houses,
others are employed during the day in va
rious industrial pursuits and have no reg
ular places of abode except boarding
houses. How topend their evening is a
problem. There are, to l:c sure, abundant
places, but however wholesome and inno
cent the best of these maybe they ought
not to claim all the spare time of any class
of persons. One excellent plan would be
for a few congenial spirits who are ac
quainted, say from two to half a dozen
young men or an equal number of young
women, to nrrange for meeting once a
week or oftener he oftener the better
und taking turns in reading aloud and
talking over good literature. Xew York
I'aint for Iron liridges.
In some remarks on the subject of paint
ing iron work, at the second annual meet
ing of the American International Associa
tion of superintendents of Bridges nnd
Buildings at Cincinnati, Mr. G. M. Reid
stated that he found many iron ore paints
contained phosphorus and sulphur, which
damaged the iron. Asphaltum paints often
contained so much benzine that after dry
ing the surface was left rough, afTording'a
lodgme'nt for sulphur from the locomotives
and moisture from the atmosphere, caus
ing oxidation of the rnet.il. Many pre
pared paints were too viscous nnd had to
be thinned so that they lacked durability.
On the whole, he preferred pure linseed oil
nnd lend so colored as not to absorb heat.
All iron in bridges should be first coated
with boiled linseed oil. When two or more
surfaces were to be riveted together each
should receive a coat of paint in the shop,
and then when the structure is completed
it should receive two coats of lend and oil
paint of some light gray or stone color.
Before painting all rust should be care
fully cleaned oil. Experience, he added,
showed that bridges cared for in this way
had proved more economical to maintain
than those painted with other thnn lead
and oil paints. Engineering.
Some Swell Hoi:.
Dolls with real hair and eyelashes ere
the very li.test things. The "coquette" is
a little beauty, whose eyes give the most
bewitching glances when a siring hidden
behind her golden locks is pulled. A few
of the members of modern dolldom have
acquired the faculty of going to sleep
standing np, which, being interpreted,
means that the old fashioned weights on
the back of the eyes have retired to a shelf
in the storehouse of the past and a better
perfected form of machinery has taken the
place they left empty.
A charming baby doll has three faces
that she presents in turn. Press the but
ton and the scene changes. Act first shows
bow Miss Dolly looks when the sleepy god
has cast a spell upon her. Act second is a
very lifelike representation of a cross baby.
The delicately tinted bisque is made to
present a striking ensemble of scowls, tears
and pouts. Peace has come once more in
the third face. Smiles and eyes that dance
with laughter form the embodiment of the
calm that always followed a storm. Of
course only one face is visible at a time,
the others being quite concealed behind
thick curly hair and a pretty lace cap.
The Tin Tricks.
It is the pin pricks of life that try the
mettle of the strongest characters. To
meet misfortune bravely, to show patience
and devotion to a fractious invalid, to bear
pain and suffering with fortitude and res
ignation, or to endure loss of fortune with
equanimity nnd courage all this would
be and is comparatively easy to many na
tures who succumb completely to little
everyday troubles and annoyances, losing
their temper over trifles and exaggerating
small vexations, making continually the
worst instead of the best of their immedi
ate surroundings, and rendering them
selves and others thoroughly uncomfort
a'de. "To do our duty in that state of
life in which it has pleased God to put
us," and not, to seek another and, as we
are iguorantly apt to thiuk, a broader
sphere, is a lesson that it would be well if
people would ponder and apply to their
own immediate responsibilities. New
Bow to Sbmum fftMhv
Dr. Miles' Nervine not only cures all
icivuua u.aeasea, wa cue, blue,-- ner
von prostration. B'eepieesnesR, neuralgia,
8t. Vitus dance. His and hysteria, but also
builds nn thn hnrlw 'T .)
r - J m . u jiitoru I U
s t that after years of ioteiise suffering
with rervous disease, headache and pros
tration, I tried Dr. Miles' Reatorative
Nervine, and in two weeks eaiued eight
pounds in weight. I could not lie down
o siren hut hav ilun n.aA.i.
r " " " 1 1 c i j easy,
and am still imnrnwino int..(nll.
- rav"uv nuUUtllUUJ.
Cannot sty enough for the nervine.
Un. T T . " ...
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Newspsper editors have to be very
careful in opening their columns for s:ate
ments. But aware that the Dr. Miles
Medical Cc. are responsible, wc make
room for the following testier, onial from
R. McDout'all, Auburn, Ind., who for two
years noticed a stoppage or skipping of
the pulse, his left side got so tender he
could not lie on it, his heart fluttered, he
was alMined. went to different doctors,
found bo rtlief, but one bottle of Dr.
Miles' New Ileari. Cure cured him, Tbff
elegant hook, "New and Startling Facts,"
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An on a new principle rrgulitirg tbe
liver, storaich and bowels through the
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fills iped.-ij cure biiliousness, btd taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children,
towl'test, mildest, surest! 50 doses 25
ot-r.ts. 8 in:ulpB fcee at Hartz & Bahn.
A process that kills the
taste of cod-liver oil has
done good service but
the process that both kills
the taste and effects par
tial digestion lias done
stands alone in the field
of fat-foods. It is easy of
assimilation because part
ly digested before taken.
Scoff's Emulsion checks Con
sumption, .and ell ctlier
T'forinr.? V- C,.ci D -t . .
is. itu rirnTRa
-or vSctiom rardl-tne M Vfalmf reanltlr from
CTortmzation of hram. ocrvii foroes, nr inliRor
tiro, a (-sr:ai ex'.aurtioci. 3rilnt. In, Dvrvcui dpblf
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wtll flirt all of ih above cit-aaeii or no pay. Tbor.saD!
biT" ben cared hy thin m.irvrloi: inction a'K-r ail
cir-.tn hare faiiM, and giv hundred. I (MtlmuDlclS
io tlimand tvrr oir.r puite.
Our powerful lnirrotd fcLRCTRIC SrSPFSSORY ta tve
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77te OtpcrKai American Cure.
T. H. THOMAS.
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Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It 13 a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverisliness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cares Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Castoria-
is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
pood effect upon their children."
Da. G. C. Osgood,
" Castoria it the best remedy for children of
which I tin acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the variousquack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
Uiem to premature graves."
Da. J. F. Ktocheloe,
The Centaur Company, T7
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Five rsr cent Interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Parson al. Co
lateral, or Real Estate Security
V L MITCHELL Free. T C. DBNKMAKN, vtce-Pree. J. M. BUPORD, Caabiet.
P. U Mitchell. B. P. Reynolds, P. C. Deckmann . John Cm bancs, H. P. Hull,
Phil Kitchell, L. Stioon, B. W. Enrst, 1. at. Bnford.
Jack son A HtrasT, Solicitors.
' .7Bepan business Julys, 18M, and occupy tbe .outheast comer of Mitchell Lynde's new
Munro, De-Ene & Anderson,
Successors to John Aster,
J. T. DIXON,
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and yon will receive prompt attention,
TIM3ERLAKE & SPENCEH, Props.
P. Q. Hudson.
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
A.11 kinds cf Carpet tering promptly attended to. Estimate!
fnraished when desired.
Shop cor. First ave. ard Seventeenth at. Rock Island.
Davenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
FOR CATALOGUE ADDRESS
J. C. DUNCAN, ProDrietor.
Roek Island Brass Foundry
AtiD ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK,
A!' kinds of brass, bron.e and aluminum bronze casting, all shades and temp ere Hak
a specialty of brass metal pattern and artistic work.
Sh oi d Ornci-it mi First avenue,
I ELY'S rnrAM d
i'ys fain sua InUammsUgn, Heals
the ho res, 'stores Taate snd Smell, and Cures
Gives Relief at once for CoM tw o
IfrUKgiaUcr by mail. ELYBlif '
" Castoria is so well adapted to chDdren that
I recommend it as superior toany prescription
known to me."
H. A. AacHKa, M. D.,
Hi So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and althcngh we only have amobg our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
United Hospital and Dispkksakt.
Allen C. Smth. Pres.,
Murray Stret, New York City.
226 Market Square.
M. J. Pabkxs.
near Ferry landing.
J. MAGER, Proprietor;
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