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MY LADY? X11"k
11dM w gbt
The owmf? Mote %B wenow,
Thy Mirmt yen. thy wK"bow~wes
is answer -lsh
Thou -a not haw. It. go, so. not
'TM mine-bacaaue I lo,. bar--oo
Thou beg'at to rain
Ab. Vts a piile-4 me alonew
so bfry queinm'a upon a thron.
Is grancan mnatch
bphtsapaely. soft and sweet
A anyns or dainty feet-
Oft kiss I snatch
Nwdalppert Klnet Ab. happy Istel
MWe Fido, run and bring its mate
No. Fido. stay I
!b WM not know I am the thief.
i'l abe, while lauaghiag at my gnast,
Takes It away
Se oomemi lide, Fido. quick. before
Thy guilty kw"k betray ua more
Than awin of tbth
Hida, slipper. here t,.ltle ay heart.
Thou sat of her-and me-a tart:
But. Bart. a Llk
-1H. C. Laoled toOnceaWef
Couldn't Lightn That Gloom.
A few days ago some one sent up ot
the local ruoom of The Herald a sint
ina canary in a pretty prison of bram
wres, with water, seed, cutalefish all
complete, and directed that it be rat
Sed otf for the benefit of the poor
fund. It was to be supposed that a
bird in scah strange quarters would
be frightened out of its voice, but not
so this little songster. He made him
self at home at once and proceeded to
All the room with melody. A young
reporter sat watching the pert little
stranger and listening to his liquid
notes, when it occurred to him that he
had a great chance to write a petty
article upon the way in whieb the
song of a happy bird could lihtenm up
any gloom. He sharpened his pecil
first, losing some of his sentiaental
thoughts wiren the point broke o8
twice, and then mwte. "How sweet
is the Luesrmtmsteed of the warbling
bird," e wmo when a messenger
boy fell tShug the door, sl)illed a
lot of rain water taom his rubber coat
onto the reporter's shoes, and said:
"Sign fer din." He signed for the tele
gram atid then started to complete his
sentectee, but bef',re lie could think of
4\ord a maln camie in and asked if he
could have an old pair of pants. Then
another entered with a "notice of our
next party-the Octopus Pleasure
club, you 'know." and asked him to
"send a reporter up." A man who said
he had "read The Herald every day
for thirty-four years' dropped in on
the rporter's train of thought and
wanted to leave a communication on
the drainage question. He signed It
"Vox Pupuli. By this time the re
porter had written one line and an
swered the telephone four times
'Guess I was ott on the melody of
one bird lightening up any gloom like
this," he said. It would take a whole
- aviary."-Chicago Herald.
Steal's MNachime Gum.
The prints of the English speaking
world have been full of stones about
the machine gun which Henry M.
Stanley carried with him in his last
desperate venture in Africa. And yet
it is an old story. It occurs to this
paper to properly tell it: The weapon
mo much talked about is a Maxim gun.
It was inveuted by a citizen of these
United States He was poor and
sought encouragement from our gov
ernment He got none. He went to
England, where they saw its merits at
once and made him rich. So his gun
is under control of the British govern
ment. At the time when he com.
menced his investigations the three
great machine guns of the world were
the Gatling, the Hotch' cis and the
Nordenhoff-the first tv o American,
the last English. There asru little dif.
mrence in their merits, nave that the
Hotehkis was lighter and made for
ready transportation Maxim, an
American boy, said to himself. there
are faults about these machine guns:
L The turning of the cr.nk prevents
anything like an aim. 3. Often the
cartridges hang fire a little, but the
crank turns on, and they explode at
thewrong time. . Most of all, the
rapid firing hbests the gun so that it is
umelem and even dangerous in a few
oobds. The Maxim gun overcame
all these defects. It is automatic. It
needs no crank. Pull the trigger once
and it continues to load and iir itself
so long as the supply of ,cartridges
lass. The wer of "e neooil"ndoes
all the wor even to shooting a jet of
water along the barrel to keep it cool
It bAres O shots in a minute, and all
that the operator has to do is to aim it.
This is the Stanley un. You cannot
me it in the United States now, for it
is owned by the government of Great
Britain.--Cincinnati Enquirer.
Residents along the lines of the ele
Sted railroads and persons whom
business has brought thenm on or near
these lines have developed a singular
dicity in intervals of speech as
re ult of enfior*ed habit during a
comsiderable portion of their waling
existence. Involuntarily they cease
speaking, even in the middle of a ien
tence, at the end of each accurately
measured term of four IIIIIuutes
should not their attention be called to
the habit Iy the remark of others,
they will i.inain silent for a few see
oads-the lengtb of time an elevated
train ordinariry takes in passing-and
theo go on with theirspeech, unaware
that thee has been any break in it
Ding those few eooods ther seems
It have been etire essation of
Il a tion. The interruption is
a iwit to Msead visual contm.,
R is a hottle moe
om .I, n of npeech, ao
S awlse d o the rhabt i
riseenrat si earf of r a lao
ao this pal atel
to the st bt deserlbe4,
who oe ai e been
ih ,,. melent aumbm t -
. shot ou ts tw his malady ot
f resvie o agseM l tnors of H
*s aM
ANNUAL STATEMENT
-OF THE
CITY OF MILES CITY, TERRITORY OF MONTANA, FOR THE
iI4CAL YEAR ENDING MAY 5, 1+u+.
(F OFFCEO TIoE in (lT1' TREASIVEIE,
l Miler CVt>3, )lowu., May 5. 1h89.
To TILE H 'itRA i:II: THE CITY COuN1I It. O TIjECITY of MiLW* C'ITY, NM.T.
ti.i.'IE:N: --Ini uoiugugiattet with SrtlIIi :;.i3, Filth ItiivIaisu of tbe
UGeI -la I., ,W, Ii apI'rl Stitui.tr~ of Mnnine, I her"N it it suI itt mannual
ata*;rft.tni'-, ..h.' . I .I It* tluai!'j ial ;iodl .mn' of hth C'Ity of M ,II City, fur the
fiAluil '.%".u eauliiioi May :), IS161.
statem4Ilent .it C'ash iRereIvd amid Disbursed I time' Elc ty Tri·usrrr I'urisat& III, FI'sai vee
REudlac 3Cie I. iIUW.
RECE II PT .
M a . 5 1bb uc .................................................
1i " Received from UC'nlef i'ulhcL, IiwpuuuIug stOk.. I ul
L ll ense ............ .......... ........ 1. )4 ,
SPolice mwari.rzate aae. due .......... Ill
,} " o (tiiet politI, illpounaSiyg tlock... .' 0
July .. 31 ' ' L(, ense..... ..... .......................
3L1 ('hief pol ice, lilnU u ti( gl s L.ck.. "
Aug... 31 " " " ,l e .e . ................................. I ' . .
3.1 " olloe m~gl-'- ate, t'l. lune'......... o o
31 " street Conn,'r, act. tldewalks......I 22 .1
t .. 30 . " Liene .......... ..................... ...... 11 (1,
S 30l '" . " rtreet coumn'r, set slde lk...... 123. 0
crt... 31 " LioeoesL......... ................. 10 00O
3. '31 . . ." CChief pelite. Impolding sodl... 4 WI
Nov .. " "3 LLis ............... ......... 7
, .. .. " POltes aiqtrate, alu. ls--.........
,,.c....3 -
Dec... 31 ........................ 16 TS
Jay.31 " 8i9 Se.......... ..............
31 " * Plol ietrste, art. a ar......... el 0O
31 is " " C. ti soUter; act. taxe. .......... 2730 19
S" 4 . ** -" * idewalke......... 717 (1a
1 " poll tlax............ 303 00
pFa .., "t a " Lie se ......................... ................. 14 60
"* " Poll ta ........................... ....... S300
Metb.. " Licene ............................ .............. 6
81 " ' Co. treawuter, act, taxe ............... 294 02
31 '" , . aildewalk'......... ' 344 (tic
R1 ." " " " " poll tax.......... 3 U.
April 3' " ," L n el ...................... ............ 21 50
, . " " Police magtisLate, al t. ute.......... 0 0
3, " " Co. treaurer, arct. taxes......... ... 14 7o
:, p . t'hief ofla , ll ce, dog ,l'etw e........ 40 i
Muay.. 4 " License'...... ............... .. it ,
4 " " Co. treasurer, act. tax ................ 3 1%
i4 " " - pt ll tax..:......... 3 10
Total.................. . ........ .... ..75 t3
D I S B U R , E M EN TS.
Tata adTO WHOIM AND FUR WHAT. Aw't
~,11 GENERAL FUN D.
M ay. 9 P. Reynould , Janitor ....... ....................................... 7 .
E le t'rie Light Co.. lighting seretl .......................... 11 ."'
• S.tack Growers' Bank, rent city hall..................... 12 .7
" " " cash pomtage.......................... Il,, ,
I l Gordon, salary city clerk.................................... iN, ,h,
11 Yei owetoLe Journal Pub. Co., printing da adv't'g .... .) M;
l G(;o. Devine, repairing sidewalk........................... 2 ..4
14 Wm. HIrmon. mdse ............................. ......... 35.
14J. B. Collis, clerk of election.............................. 3 00
'ii Jurnal Putb. ('o, Helena, cocy compiled law-........ 9 s
is F. C. Westervelt, salary chief of policle................ 66 25
24 F. H. Logan, rent .ifty pound .......................... ... 1o (ll
2i Ed Campbell, Judae of election............................... 3 0,ll
June.. 4 C. R. Middleton, salary city attorney.................. 26 ..0
i H. F. Batchelor, ". treasurer .................... 25 00
9 Ed Butler, " police tmaglstrate................. 50 0,)
9 F. C. Westervelt, " chief of police................. 75 A01
27 . Gordon, " city clerk........................... 31 10
July.. 9 Geo. Rhode, judge of electionu............................... 300
o C. R. Middleton, salary city attorney.................. 2. 00
II P. Reynolda, janitor............................................... 3 3
II tock Growers BanK, rent ciy ball........................ 12 51
1 HF. F. B.tcheblor, salary city treasurer................... " ...
II J. H. Miner, filling old well.................................. 5 .
13, . Gordon, cash for telegram................................... 1 s
13 " salary city clerk ....................... .......... 3, f1
F. C. Westervelt, slary chief police......................... 75 (Io
2 P. Reynolds, Janitor ........... ............. .............. 3 7.
21 D. Donnelly, abating nuisance ........................ . 5 . 11
:3 E. Butler, salary police magistrate......................... 50 '0
3St. Paul Jour. Com., boom edition ........................... o
2.Stock Growers' bank, rent city ball................ 12 60
2ilElectrlc Light Co., lighting street......................... 20 on
25 Yellowstone Journal Pub. Co., advertising............... . s .
Aug... 1 C. R. Middleton, salary city attorney...................... (0
i F. C. Westervelt " chief polle.................. .. 7
20 Stock Growers' bank, rent city hall........... .... 12 50
2" E. Butler, act. salary police magistrate.............. 25 O0
SH. F. Batchelor, salary oity treasurer...................... 2
2Electrlec Light Co., lighting street....................... 55 00
2~Y . Gordon, salary clerk.......................................... 0 00
22 Yellowstone Journal Pub. Co., ptg. and advtg......... 55
: E Butler, act. slary police magistrate.................. 26500
Sept.. 1 H. F. Bachelor " treastrer................................. 2 00
1 E. Butler ' pollee magistrate... ........... 5000
1 F. C. Wetervelt' hieblf of pollce........................ 75 00
I C. R. Middleton " attorney ............... ........... A 1
61 . Gordon " ler ..... ................................. 0
Oct... F. C. Westervelt" chief police....................... 75 001
1C. R. Middleto" attorney.................................. 2
T. J. Thompson, making cioty assessment............ 00
Wtm. Courtey , for map.......... 2........................ 00
atck Grower' bank, nt city hall.................... 12 50
SH. F. Batchelor, salary reasurer........................ 2 00
SElectric Light Co., lighting stree........................ 000
* E. Butler, salary police magistrate ................... 5000
3 O Gen. Gras, tra, rp............. ............................ 7. 50
1 Stock Growers' bast, res city hall.................... 12
is Electric Light Co., lilghUbt metreets................... 0 00
17 Yellowstone Journal Pub. Co., ptg. and advtg......... 1
175. Godon, salary lerk .................................... . 0 00
17J. M eW turk, Agt., livery ........................................ 4
Nov... 1 F. C. Westervelt, salary chief police........................ 7 00
1U. . Middleton " city attorney ...................... 2500
. W iht, merhbantdise..............................
H. F. Batcelor, salary treasurer.......................... 26 00
10 E. Butler " police magistrate...................... 0 00
6 8. Uordon " clerk....... .............. 000
Dec... F. C. Westervelt " chief polie ...................... 5 00
E. Butler " polle magistrate............... 50
SC. R. M lddleton " attorney ........................... . 2 o
I 'S . Gordon " clerk ............................. .. g( o1
51 H. F. Batohelor " treasurer... ........................ 5 0
1889 31 Al '......... 001
lry. 21F. C. Westervelt " chief folce......................... 7. 0n
3lE. Butler, salary pollee magistrate.......................... ,
7I . Gordon, salary ciy cler.................................. no
C101. I. Middleton, salary city attrruiy...... .......... An
14'4tock Growers Bank, root city ball.... ............. S
14 Electric Light Co. lighttag streets............. ........ 1 o
.5 W. E. Savage Ag't, mdse .............................. .............
15 Yellowstone Journal Pub. Co., advert iniu............. 10
T. H. Irvine, feeding prisoner .............. ....... I
M30 . llgen, work on rtrets...................... I 0
Feb... 4 F C, Westervelt, salary chief of police ....... 76 (
t H. F. Batchelor, salary as treasurer..... ......... 2/, o
s E. Buller, salary as police magsletrate ..................... 50
SG. P. rIompstock, judge of election ........................ 3
Mneh.. I W . Harmon, mdse .................. ...... ................. 2
SE. Butler, salary polie magistrate .................... 1
SC. . Middleton, salary attorney............ ....... o 0
. , ........................... 10 00
April 2 . Gordon, salary eerk .......................... .. . 1 0o
" ................................... .... 15 00,
So. al ............ ...... ......... ........ .... .. 00
o. F. BatBhelor postel e'ala..................- 200
f ~sIu Lig CQ., ightnI sets ........................ n
. V. Dateblor, salary sll r......................... 10on
11 , , halng t ............................. 100
B.n set aiy gW..... .................. e* I
D C , 9 g....................... I. 0
S. )iip u *......S... .."...... 1
I . ju$dge d **e*********
William Kahon., spdw...............'..........*... 1 00i)
G.W. AllenwsI, twk of elerolon.......... S 00/
YelloptnowtigJourna l Pub. (n, yig. iui aulvtg....... 26 86
3l!4. Beelnak, cler leutian . S OO0
\V . K C zohmalaiie,judpgel 't"uu .. . Ott
J .0. J. F r. n kit h, .l.r.. . si x)
'15 J. rwn, P crk ...........I 1t H
I . (larke, Ju lKe . ............................ :3 s41
' .* 1t . ll ash, a dt* M ..... .............. ... ...0........
(:, 1i. Ilrvr lt , Iudw elir .............................. ... :t )
Jaii. lIrtu"aonr l l. ra nn ...p.............. .... . ... ...iII
Tota 1:~1(..11(·1.1 )·n11 1 ................ .......~~~....~ ~ ~~~ ............... r3-113 70
STI''t 1:1: Ib(Pic o EbblNh1' FUN I.,
1888
Oot....18 F. M. S~lehwartz, lumber f,.r crow.walkc .................. 11i 21
15 F. J. Franka lin., Ia uor ................................................
18J. H . M iner, dray g....................................................
" " ..................... ....................... 14 0 '
3 F. M. cbhwartz, materral and labr» .................. :4 07
Ja . 1llumber ........................................ 3 ,
Jan... 14 tol.k Growern NuatiSnal auk, L..E, ge. assigu.. 3:1 ,0
F. . .hwaits. work atrr erewr c p ................... 8i ",
April 12 lat1les A Manart, eru walks. ........ ....................... i n
13t-. B. Therman. teeam work..........r......................... '. No
Jia. MU ath, work u treet.................................... " 00
W. dlh, " -* ........................ ls 501
P. Alteboun, team work ..... ....... ................. 1 50;
0 IbeM. Lemt . limber......... ....................... 42 8w
S . n on, or .......................... 5
i . W .lu " .........................................
Sum, .. 250
a . K rte, ... ................................ .........
M . Colli an, " . . ............................... :i 7
Ed Wiliams, team work.... .................... 27 5
J. W . W atson, crosswalk......................................... ' .0
R. P. Elm lle, labor.......................................... 2 5
W. R. Graham, , ............................. ... .
IJono. Wood, . ............................ .. 2 61
G o. Thlameb, " .. ........................... ................
B. F. Este, team work.................................... I 0
10 Fred Weler, labor................................ 1 2'
J ae. O o rdte . " ........ ................................. (1 00
Cha. ................................ . ......... 1.5 (n'
John Reed, labor...................................................... 15 oN
(e . M Go .wuan , te .u................................................. i'
M1plea & ituart, er".swalkm mud material.......... 1% :mi
Joo. W. 1parki. team..... ..................... 10 us
M1. Cuollipan, labor................................ 50
,S B. Thurman, team ,o u0
Joo. Lane, labor .. 4 7
W. F. Root, team 17 5.:
'JDo. ('unulnlnham, labolr 15 10
R. P. Elmslhe, " ... 12.5
Tow. Scott, 5 101
E. Rowkows.kl, o. .) t'
P. ALtchiwun, teams . : '"'
E M. Braouna, latbr 11 5
ID. Ma. Branun, n.
J. F. Nbmai,.le, tlmeke,.per 1l" i
A. Warreu, labor. .. :i 75i
|(. W. H. Smitb. labhr. 3 7.
Ed Lewia,alreret imp't 3 7
L. Montaney, labor 3: 75
IrJa.. Mooney, " 1 .
20 W. Athit.hon, teams -20 o'
R. F. Dirk, labor 7 50
Chn. Buadick, " 3 12
Giiet. Rhode. labor J. `eKrute 5 t,),
IF. O. Rogers, labor. 1.2 :A)
Jam. McKay, labor ii ,
Chas. Larser , lumlber 223 8.
Joo Mullivan, labor 12 5l
H. Relt*. "" S 1
Chsn. F. Kline, teams 3a2 ,I
Wm. Grau, labor to 101
0. F. Roger. tems. ee . 00
Jam. Kelly. teams .) WI
John Smith, labor. 10 50
!G. Thlovitob, labor 11 2i
B. F. Esete, teams .i u
P. G. Whited, labor 8 S
Robht. Orem, blakekenllhing II 2 :s
Dan Donnell , teams i o n4
John Kilt, labor. 7 SO
W. K. Smith, teams 4 450
W. R. Graham, labor
24. Brown, a 75
2Ja.Coleman,team.. 1.5 l I
Ed Williams, Ishor 7 50
2.. Jobn Brethauer, labor i 5 41
May. 1 MIles, 8trovell & Ulmer, picks 3 00
Total...... $...1811 8E
SIDEWALK F 'ND.
1688
Oct... 8 F. M. obwartz. act. sidewalk.. .............................. 7 O)
8 P. M. Scbwartz. " " ..................176 40
1889 " " " ............................... 311 40
Jan... ....... .................. 17
April 31 " " ....................... ..... 72 0
Total sidewalk fund................... .......................1067 0
DO( FUND.
1889
April 12 8, B. Thurman, licen~s few and killing dogs.......... 14 26
Total dog fund............ .............................................. $ 14 52
RECAPITULATION.
Reeolved from all sourose.................................................. .'790e 63
Disbursed act. general fund.......................................... 41 70
" " ,srtet mmprovement fund................ ........ 181 I
S " sidewalk fund ............................................... C. 80
S do fod..................................... 14 i eSIR na
Balanoe on band.......................................................................... 18 00
DIsTar nurTo OF BALA'cE OF CASI, ON HAND.
O( neral fund.... ......... ...................... ............. 668 6 1,
Dog fuvd..... ............................................. ......... 16 671
8idewalk fund................................................................
Street improvement fund................................................... 646 871 10 - 00
-n-
Respectfully submitted,
Approved May l9.1889. H. F. BATCHELOR. City Treaurer.
R. 0. REDD. Mayor.
APPE N DIX.
LIaT OF WARANTSt ISUlEUsa ANt, OUI'STANDINO, BILO'INIO TO TH FJ.IIL
YEAIt ENDINO MAY 5, 8. . .
IAT: '1" WI140l ANID FO'O WHAT. AM'T
A pril .51 A. A. W . . Ii h 1 h. tlw mit .. .w........... . ............... (
13 6 .J. D). Hick , , " . .. ... ... 6 00
13 11 A. MNxw ll, " ....... . ..............
131 (12.J. J. Fr~ ,. r, * " . ................ ......... 6 (0
May.. 5 11; W . E. ,S:r-i. , ulrrhan4li'..... ...... ........ . .I 2
April 2,I1,98 L. Mrrill, Itrt nur-r'n roirate of poll tax........ 47 00
11] 241 I In ,. A lex, work min iti( t.............................. .
M ay.. 7 Ia l M. I. Tl'luru u, cblef polle............................. . T
11211" do do .... 1.......... ......... I
102l, , do do ti e m work.......... .................... I 0
10 2 e4 llowston Journal Pub. Co., job work............
1(l )(' It. Middleto , salary as att'........................ 10
13 ' !, 1. K. Fish, refundluKg ldewak . ............. .....
1:3,7F. M 71.M. ebwart., balance on md. kl.............. 14 0
I'-." J. F. Hchmalle, work on stmls .................. I
l) ..'H. F. Hathbelor, salary oll tr Mseer............. 10 001
11;<,(i Electrlo Light Co., 11 Uilstrsl ..................
I3, 3il E. Butler, balanoe Fir .m...L Ile.aM .** ..
17 3e2'A. . la. Tr refuMilr Wlk ta.........*. * 1" "'
17 '1 Jno. W rglht , ............ 4 .,'
21'.14 W. K. lmi. . rvlosm............... o
1'i My. C , eI l rL......................... 00o
24 . Sobk .w.mt, by iW ebheetI.. 124
'tl>.. .».. ......». *.....-i......... *- - ..... ........... 4W6 0:
Iots, oomaaerolal travel.
oer, business men and
othere hba revealed:
'TIIr the Wiscousin Centrnl has the
miijuaililti -l ilti r- .ii* .. .. :ill, *
'l~ t tlr Wisconsin Central b.i- i-day
thle iii t Pip)ulaJ liti.. ,etw, -ll Mi. -
neapoli., St. Paul .. i1 Mi.:wiral
1,,1t Chicago;
'TI'l.i I|i. W isconsin Cenural i- lliv
"lailii L', i i0 Ilniilli- r Hn- thie ,,' I1g
oz1/.vi Puliiain ii, *I1 ht - It Minneg
apolis, St. faul ,.il, Milwaukee iad "
Chicago;
Thlt i le" Wisconsin Central touches
tlle alllt prolillllu-nt puolblt in \Vis
coouin. lad Int at it ha more import
HIlt ulllinessieeteris on its thbough
line than any other railway in tth
Northwest;
That tile Wisconsin Central has made
an enviable rleputation with Its !'er*
le# Dining Oar Serce;
That the Wisconsin Central nf1- ast
trains on which all cia.e of i.. -.-u
gers are carried with commodious
and distinct acoommodation fur all;
That the Wisconsin Central has repre
sentattiver distributed throughout
the country, who will chee fully
give any inforination that may be
desired and that its terminal Agents
are specially it structed to look after
the confort of puasengers who may
be routed via its line.
For detailed information, apply to
your nearest Ticket Agent or to repre
uenttiveo of tne road.
WM. . MELLEN, JAMES BAlKKU ,
(aenera Manamer. Asst. (i.n'Pfsr.& TkAgt.
. LOUI8 BKSITEBI,
Asst. (Unl. Par. & Tkt. Ast.
MILWAUKEE, WIS
F H. ANSlON, Northwnteln PlsM. er Alt,
1 Xirollet Uoao Block MINNrsAoLI* ll. l
RAILROAD
TIE DIUOT L. EE? WU
SITMINIIEAPOLIS.
Or SULUT
Idali,. Wakhn.au l Territor ,
"d aU usnto
Minneota, Di kota, UMntsN
OREGON,
Mihirb Cilabia, hget kInd i
ALASKA.
10 ClANS1 OF 0*
ST. PAUL. and POITLAU&
Om" Aam of YTs..*
EMIGPANT SLEEPERS FPI
Tb. Only All Rail LineW 1.1
bpuin Tubs DuW. b Sm / ISw '
PULLMAN PAA
SWM*1T WUSUS "mu
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BANKERS
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