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. , n Hiot-h. InoriK end
tfin street, UeU Jacket, Mtto.
One year (In J no)
for mouth "
'tbd at tH. wrricii t curii,
MICH 1U AS A 0)NP-CLAH MATTIH.
The Copper Country ETemng Hews,.
Leland, Towle & Co.
Uankers and lirokers,
Members of the
troston and New Tort EicLw.
Ooppar Stock a Specialty.
W. F. Fitzgerald.
ft Cctnsros) Ht. Hoatosw
I) t.l't ttLll'A htatk i omk.
Tlit rfputilloiM State convention wM U- held
Ht lAM kt-rtiy Mall. Oraiul Kafi.U, on Wlne-tluy.tlicMlnlHyt.fAunu-t.lv.tti.
for the pur
ine' t.f nointiiaUntf I'MiKli.lttlec fur Mute ollit-fS
ttii.l the trtm-tti'lioii f uch tth r liiiine. a
limy irtierlv ttiio t'fort the fntv'iitun.
IiKXTKK M. KKUKV, t'httiruiatt.
DEN MS E. aLWAKD, ttvreury.
The counties hereafter named art' entitle!
to t)io follow iiu ilt li'k'HU i.:
liotmm July 2V ls
llottton inl Montana
Kuttv & lloMton
Calumet and hoc I a ....
Copper t ails
Wuinoy script H
UIJ luu)inioa I ' 25
rauiarat'k... . .7
Tamarack Junior 1"
Tecu motto 1 75
Pioneer 1 -
Nlxtrr n to One.
The fact tbat the Irve silver question id
o little understood anionic the people
generally makeH it incumbent upon the
pn-HH to further the campaign of education
art much an lien iu its power and in order
to do itri share the Evening News will
publish from time to time article upon
the Mubject it may run ncroff, and tLcne
articlen will for the mont part be written
from a bueintu ntaudpoint and in nuch
r way that the queHtion, even if the read
er tthould not be well up in financial mat
tern, can beeuwilj read and eai!y granped.
The News ban lately Been n npecial cir
cular imued by Mortarx. Kntabrook .V Co.,
an eauteru bauking tirm, upon thin "nix
teen to one"' bunincHs and they give their
argument agaiunt the proposition in a
brief nnd comprehensive manner; we
gladly reprint the circular, which snys:
"The comparison ' G to 1' is simply n
comparison of wfighm. The pure silver
contained in a silver dollar is to the pure
gold contained in a gold dollar iu point
of weight ns Hi i to one. In other
words, exclusive of th alloy in vucb, the
silver dollar weighs sixteen times as muc h
as the gold dollar weighs. This h a
plain statement of the facts, unsurround
nl by any mystifying circumlocution. It
should be borne in mind distinctly that
the expression l'i to 1' is an expression
referring solely to the matter of relative
weights. From it w e are to infer noth
ing ns to present relative values. There
w as a time w hen the ratio of value be
tween the two metals practically was ex
pressed by the figures '1G to 1 but
that time bns departed long since. It is
a quest ion of intrinsic value with which
we now are confronted. Owing to the
large Increase in the production of silver,
the simple fact is that its market valus
has dei reused until it actual value is
about one thirf .v-firt that of gold. The
gold and the silver dollars at present are
interehangable because the whole credit
of the government is pledged to main
tain each ami every dollar ns good ns
any and all issued under its authority.
It is not because of the intrinsic value of
the t-ilyer. The plain question that
stares us in the face as a nation is this:
"If it has chanced that iu the market of
the world today it taken thirty-one
ounces of silver to buy one ounce of g.d.l,
shall the I'nited Stnfes, by any jugglery,
whatsoever, attempt to palm off sixteen
ounces of silver as the equivalent of one
ounce of gold? It in a question simply of
the honesty and disbonestv of thin go
ernmeut. The free coinage of silver
means that any man may bring to the
mint .'171', grains of silver and have the
I nited States stamp it with the lying
statement lhat it is a dollar. Should
this happen tlyse things will follow:
"1. tiohl will immediately be at a
premium. It will be measured in terms
of silver. It will be hoarded. It will be
driven out of circulation and into foreign
"2. The necessities of life will also be
at a premium They w ill also be meas
ured in term of silver. It will take twice
an many so-called dollars to buy ment,
to buy clothes, to pay rent, interest and
"'.. Whatever at the transition period
stands as due to nny man from a bank,
from pensions, from a life insurance pol
i -y, in ft book account, upon ft note of
hand, or from any debtor whatsoever,
will be payable in terum of silver; that is,
in a dollar worth one-half an much an
heretofore. It will hupnen nlno that
labor will be tl: Inst of all commodities
io be included in a rise of prices; aud
therefore wages and salaries will be an
surely cut in halves an an asset.
"I. The credit of the government w ill
tend to b? impaired. All values will be
unsettled and fluctuating. The hard con
ditioun of depressed trade and monetary
panic will bear hardest upon those who
Lave least to lose; and. the debtor, who
may temporarily seem to gain, will ulti
mately lose heraus of the distrust, both
direct and general, that will be created.
"Thrse considerations neem to tin to be
indisputable. We submit them to our
clients an matters of mutual nnd of pub
lic intenst. Without any attempt at el
nborate discussion of abtrusw financial
theories, we submit them as n plain state
ment of the results sure to follow a ronrne
of national dishonesty. Every day'a ex
perience of the shipment of gold abroad
nnd of consequent depression of the mar
ket value of all aecuritiea make it plain
to the honest observer tbat the civilited
. . t ...T.ri.1 trv nn.l will reoulre
nations ui iuo " ... - . .
ofunthe pavmontofall obligation la
cold or It equivalent; and It ; lo'ly lor
unto think tbat we can wtw ui'
. ..tumnr phmii'D tne workiuK ii
irnu it iiivin vr. o - -natural
Second band furniture wanted at Oaten.'
Good famdy wood at J. VlvWn. Jr.,
Co.; $4 ft cord.
To Kent One room, over tbe Stur
clothing house. ApplT ftt the store.
Try reioriuelor ft dull raior, onlyli
cent at Carlton hardware company.
WaxtepA girl to do general house
work. Apply nt No-1?. o'd Tamaract
Madame Smith i ptill in the city, ia
room over Sotlicb'a meat market, Sixth
street. , .
Nickle D'ated tea kettles, chaffing dish
en and 3 o'clock tea at Carlton Hard
Foil Sale House and three lots, at the
corner of Kearsage and Fourth street,
Laurium. Apply to F. H. Lathrop.
To Kent Three rooms in the rear of
Miss White's millinery ptore, nuitaMe for
dressmaking parlor. Apply to Joseph
L(WX(jn Thursday night between the
Fhteoix and the Seneca, a black cloth
cape with purple lining. Finder please
return to the News office.
If you want to get your new loot wen r
made and old lepaircd for less money
than anywhere else in town, go to the
Fine street footwear store, No. 44,
"Wake up, Jacob, day is breaking!" no
ttaid Hewitt i-ittie t,any msern to me
man who hod taken them to arouse hi
sluggish liver. Eaolk Dura Stoke.
The Meat V Have.
Insist on getting a "La Emoretwe"
10-cent cigar. All first-clan dealer sell
them, try 'em, like 'em. Equal to Im
ported. Fass the good w ord along the line,
'ile can be quickly cured without an
operation by simply applying PeWitt'a
Witch Haiel Salve.
Eagle Dura Stork.
4. Ivcm Away.
Dry family wood, for cash, nt J. S.
Stringer's fuel and supply yard, Han
cock. Telephone connection. lave
orders at oflice or yard.
William K'llnlr linn ntiuimrl a 1.ii'Vll
repair shop at No. 2 Tamarack, w here he
in prepared to do all kinds of bicycle re-
t.iiirin.r Mr iv'link in n thoroilL'h me
chanic and guarantee satisfaction.
Small in Biz. but great in result. He-
Witt' Little Early Itinera net gently but
thoroughly, curing dysjiepsia, indigestion
and constipation. Smull pill, safe -pill,
best pill. Eacle Dnt'ti Stoke.
Headquarters for Fortnge Lake aud
Lake Sujerior ice company at Slnttery &
Ilyan's livery office. Telephone nnd
order book at office. Order promptly
attended to. James Ali.ex, Manager.
Fersonn who have a coughing spell
every night, on account of a tickling sen
sation in the throat, may overcome it at
once by a nose of One MinuteCoughCure.
Eaoee Duvo Stohe.
.Heat Market For Male.
Ow ing to ill health I am nnxiounto
dispose of my business with all utensils,
wagons, horses, etc., complete as a run
ning concern. For further particular
apply to Charles Sulassu, Fine street.
It' not our "ads" that makesourbusi
ness successlul. It' tbe high class of
hardware, stoven, cutlery, etc., that
stand behind our "ads." Here style is
married to reliability nnd price perform
the ceremony. You ore invited tocall on
Carlton hnrdwarc company.
Mis Sara II. Cameron, who ha just
completed one year' study at the Uni
versity School of Music at Ann Arbor,
and ban a certificate from tbat institu
tion, in prepared to give lessons in in
strumental and vocal music. For par
ticulars apply at the residence of Captain
Cumeron, No. 0, Mine etrect.
The Fhtenix Hotel, Eagle Uiver, ha
been thrown open to the public with Mr.
Daley a proprietor, who i now pre
pared to receive guest, who w ill receive
the best accommodation in Keweenaw
county. Large, well ventilated rooms,
the best of board, good stabling for
horses, etc. Without doubt the Flm-nix
in the best hotel in the county.
Electric Hitters in a medicine suited lor
nuy season, but perhaps more generally
needed, when the languid, exhausted feei
ng prevails, when the liver in torpid and
sluggihh and the need of a tonic and al
terative in felt. A prompt ue of thi
medicine ha often averted long und per
haps fatal bilious fever. No medicine
will act more surely in counteracting and
Ircing the system from the malarial
poison. Headache, indigestion, consti
pation, and dizziness yielj to Electric
I'.itters. 60 cents nnd $1 jut bottk at
l. T. Mncdonald' drug store.
Midi lean Itffi Work).
The Michigan dye work, with office
nd work room opposite Ilyan' otore,
Led Jacket, in the only prominent dye
houne in the copper country. We clnan
men' suit ami overcoat, Indies' dresses,
silk, feather, chenile curtains, lace,
gloves, kid shoe and furs. We can dye
wool or cotton in forty-two of thestand
ard color. Repairing nnd alteration
neatly done and at low price. Leave
your order at the ofilce or send postal
cant and same willl receive prompt at
tention. Ilemember we have no agent;
a reward of f 10 will be given to anyone
that will lend to the conviction of parties
reprewntinif themnelve a our agent.
' G. Oseck. rroprictor.
Calumet Vs Houaliton.
Thn Two O ubs Meet
at the Athletic
Calumet Plnyera Xot la It
Other lloiu of Intrreat IMt ked 1 1
About tbe Mttropolla vt tb
It seem that tbe glory of the Calumet
base ball club can never be regained a
the old club, with Ilenw ick and Soddy a
batterv, were easily beaten at the Ath
letic park last Saturday by the Hough-
ton, a club for the uioBt part composed
of younger player. A fair idzed crowd,
including many ladies, were present and
the bleacher and grand stand were
comfortably well filled.
The game started out like a bat
tering match, each club making three
run io the first innings, bat after that
the Calumet were shut out until nearly
the end of the game when they managed
to squeeze in one more run. Houghton
kept Increasing their lend from the start
and the game closed with the score of 10
to 4, in favor of the visitor. Neither of
the pitcher played a remarkable game
and tbe Calumet club did not have a
great deal of trouble in finding Healey,
but everything wa gobbled up in tbe
fi-ld. Tbe local aggregation showed a
woeful lack of team work which may bo
accounted for by thi being their first
game thi season,' w hile the Houghton
club played together yery nicely. There
were no particularly brilliant play on
either side and the game was devoid of
any interesting feature except a good
deal of kicking. Mr. F. N. ltosson, who
acted a umpire, gave general sat if act ion
and although all hi decision did not
suit all the player they were a fair n
The Calumet were to play the Hough-
ton.s again yesterday at the Mining
School park, but tbe Red Jackets went
la and played in their place.
Tbe Ideal I'auara
James L. Franci. alderman, Chicago
bay: "I regard Dr. King' New Discov
ery a an ideal panacea for coughs, cold
and lung complaint, having ueed it in
my family for the last five year, to the
exclusion of physicians' prescription of
other preparations." Lev. John Durgus,
Keokuk. Iowa, writes: "I have been a
minister of the Methodist Episcopal
church for fifty year or more, and hav.
never found anything ho beneficial, or
that gave me such speedy relief a Dr.
King' New Discovery." Try thi ideal
cough remedy now. Trial bottle free at
D. T. Macdonal drug store.
Flue 'lreu Hand. ,
Kirkhart & Ryan's Circus, which ex
hibit here July, .'10, carries an unusual
tine baud for traveling organizations
it das. No minstrel or dramatic com
pany eyer visited Red Jacket carried a
band that can be classed with this one.
After listening to this circu band, you
can ever afterward soy, you heard the
finest circu band in America, a this
band is recognized by all showmen to be
thefiacet in tbe profession. Thi fine
bnnd i only one among the numerous
good feature of thi circu.
The concert given by tbe choir of the
Swedish M. E. church at the Red Jacket
Congregational church last Saturday
evening proved a very enjoyable affair
and nil who attended were more than
pleased with the entire evening' entcr
taidment. The choir wa assisted by
some good local talent nnd the concert
program, a printed in the News of last
week, wa carried out in it entirety. A
neat sum wa netted by the church for
whose benefit it wa given.
Co. H, Roy' Rrigade, will go on their
annual camping expedition next Tuesday
forenoon and spend a week getting a
taste of military life at Fhtenix. Thurs
day ha been boseu by the boy as vis
itor' day and they would be glad to
have their friend visit thera nt camp.
Co. R in the one connected with the Calu
met Congregational church.
By yesterday" morning mail, five bal
lot were returned to u. We do hope
the reader of the New will return the
ballots, and so if possible K t them who
reprenentu at theStateand congresion
al conventions catch on, at any rate in
tone measure, to the popular wit-h. This
morning' mail brought u more ballots.
Ficnlc parties from here to Eagle River
and, in fact, to various other Keweenaw
county point yesterday, were too num-
erou to mention. A large number of
wheelmen also took advantage of the de
lightful weather to enjoy a day' outing
Far ties having bill againet Helping
Hand Tent, No. 31-, I. O. R., are request
ed to send them in by Wednesday evening
next, lor settlement.
Al.KRKP Rl IIAI1DS.
Rey. E. B. Allen, pastor of the Filgrim
Congregational church, of Lansing
preached the evening rermon at the Calu
met Congregational church last evening
Tbe Finninh nociety, "Soumi Semi,"
turned out in a body yesterday forenoon
and attended divine service at Trinity
church on Mine street.
Fro Tatrla, best 5c cigar in the world.
Afford a soothing smoke with delightful
aroma. Geo. Mocb & Co., manufactur
John Daniels, of the Mining school, via
Ited friend here yesterday.
For Sale A good cow. Apply to
Jame Ferry, Oceola,
Scotch Farm laborers.
During the laht 10 or 13 yean we
have witnessed in Scotland an enormous
decrease iu the inmiKr vt "hamlii" em
ployed in agricultural work. Iu 171
thervwevo iu Svtlaml 103,0f0 farm
6orvaiits, in ISM tlurewore 1451,765
and iu 1MH only 1"0,770. Doubt leas
iui.ro than ono cause l.ua centributisl to
thi restilt, but in ti c main it must be
tract d b. k to two great central fact..
(1) During thrt last 'JO year largo
tracts of aruMo land kive gone out
of cultivation. (2) Daring the same jo
riotl there Inn taLt u plaeo an enor
mous ilij-platvmcut vt hand lalvr ly
machinery. Take the effect of but one
single iuvt ntion. Dariug the past Lw
seasons s If l imling reajcr have rap
idly sprung iuto popularity.
According to The Agricultural Econo
mist, reaping and tying corn ly manual
labor used to coet from S. to 10s. per
aero, but with the new machines it
costs only fruu Is. t'-d. to 2a. Gd. per
aero. Iu other Vi'ids, some 20 or HO
youths can now jk rfonn the work that
formerly required SO ublo btnlied men
and au equal number of young lads und
lasses. This is but ono example out of
many. True it is, a limited number of
those crewded out peasant may, and
ioubtlefs do, rind employment at tome
t.f the various kinds ( f unskilled labor,
even in a comparatively overstocked
city market. Nevertheless, the inevita
ble result of all this must bo the inten
sification of the unemployed problem in
towu and country alike. Westminster
Ituw It Kreiuei! to Ffrr.
The young man who aspire to lo the
life of the party had l oon indulging in
what he was pleased to consider w itti
cisms concerning the breakfast coffee,
and others had feebly endeavored to fal
low his example. The landlady looked
worried ami weary, ami when the jocose
resources vt the boarders had been ex
hausted she ventured to turn the convcr
"I have been rending about Joan of
Are," rdio said.
"Was ihu any relation to Noah's
ark?" usked the aspiring young man.'
"She was a very remarkable womau. "
"There isn't anybody now w ho could
equal her for courage," replied tho man
who is always pcriou.
"Oh, I don't know ubout that," the
landlady replied. "She could ride horse
back uud light, but tdio knew that her
work would bo recognized some time.
Cnt there ure different kinds of bravery.
I have an idea that if Joau of Arc had
been confronted with the task of keep
ing a boarding house to suit some people
that I know she would have put her fur
niture in the hands of au auctioneer bo
fore tho first month of lur leuso was
up. ' ' Dctroi t Free Tress.
Dentists uro always waruins their
customers that frequent brushing of the
teeth is absolutely necessary to guard
them from decay, that the particle of
food which lodges between tho teeth
must bo removed after each meal, and
that the mouth must be thoroughly
rinsed, after faking anything acid into
it, under enalty of tho loss of teeth.
Aud yet another danger confronts one.
A pretty young girl lately was obliged
to visit her dentist, who. after investi
gating the condition of her mouth, told
her that Hie was troubled with shrink
age of tho gums and loosening of the
teeth, nnd that in ten years' tinio she
would Und that they would all drop
out. Ho added that this was tho result
of too much and too hard brushing of
This peculiar mouth uffeetioa, what-
ever may cause if, is not bo uncommon
but that tho writer has known of some
half dozen friends who have bei n
obliged to wear false tetth from no oth
er disease than this very alarming one.
Flu huh Jphni Tress.
Valuable Mis win.
Tho Duclu'ss of Northumberland pos
sesses a shawl which was a present from
Charles X, king of France, 'and which
cost sjUOO.O'H). It is made from tho fur
of a certain species of Persian cat, so
lino und lastie that a single hair of the
fur is scaveely inrceptible to tho naked
eye. It measures eight yards square,
und yet is bo fine and elastic that it is
possible to compress it into a largo cof
fee cup. Tho empress of Russia pos
sesses a largo and valuable shawl, made
und presented to lur by tho Copi'.ck
women of Orenburg, which is us line as
u spider's w 1 1), and can bo drawn
through a wedding ring. To make u
genuine cashmere tdinwl requires the
fleece of ten goats and the labor cf sev
eral meu for six or eight mouths. The
queen of England receives ns an annual
tribute from the chiefs of a native state
in India three pairs of the finest cash
mere shawls and 12 icrfcci shawl gout..
New York Ledger.
Au Italian patent, including fees and
taxes for one year, costs $100. It i3
granted for 15 years and must be
worked within two.
Tho leaders of a flock of migrating
wild goose, become tired sooner than
other and aro froquuitly relieved by
10c 11 Admit Yon.
lUierve your ient nd avoMlho ruh.
Change of Bill Nightly
Lafly Artey's Secret.
Five Cent Elr for Roicncd Bests.
RESERVED SEATS AT RYAN'S
Jacket. Thuisilay, July 30
One Day Only,
THE WORLD'S GREATEST
1 00 People.
10 Aerial Acts.
40 Sensational Feats.
Funny Clowns, Chinese Acrobats,
And a llont of
Aerialists and Acrobats
Highly endorsed by the daily jiuperH of Minneapolis Duluth, Went Superior
A GALA DAY FOR EVERYBODY.
Only circus coming to Red Jacket this year.
The finest circus band in America.
Two shows every day, at 2 and 7:30 p. m.
Parade at 1 o'clock p. m.
Red Jacket, July 30.
Pure Rye or Bourbon
Is an absolutojy Puro Whlskoy, agod In wood and bottled by tho
distillers In full quart octagon bottles. For salo by all
first-class doalors. Beware of Imitations. Soothar
our name Is on the cap and label.
wm. edwards & co., Scle Prcpriclcrs, '
To tbe Public
l'leane take notice that we ore now pre
pared to receive nil kiudu of i-hoeniakerH'
work in our nhop next to Jacob Gartner'H
ptore. Fifth Btrcet. lied Jacket. All work
neatly done at very moderate finccH: half
poIoh for rncu'B footwear 40 to SO cent;
womeu'H footwear half soled 33 to -10
cent; r lbher boota half poled $1.25.
OkKU & lvKM I'l'AIN K Ji.
Kew I uuertakliig i:taMUlintrnt.
Mr. Charles Ixfebre havioc returned
from Detroit, where he has been taking a
thorough course in practical etubnlniiofr,
will have charge of our undertaking es
tablishment which we have just opened
in the Kichetta building in Heda street,
Laurium. Calls attended tonight and
rt.v. Mami:u& Hi nt,
TillKKl'ACKlN II OKU V Kit HYTItF.
Calumet and Hecla
it ft K-TII'LOYKK
Who wlh to Mill their bousM. or buy hoo-
who wlnh to rent rooms and theme who Imvs
romns to rant re inTitvd to ftdvortme hois
without snveipeius, i
For Male Double Ik.ixo, No. :ioi and in
SwctlityiHi. Apply Ht'tl.e eodipuny's oltice.
For Male-House Ho, IViti Hcclu street.
For Heiit-Tliri. room, on Waterworks
ftnet. Apply Htil.fhouHC. No. 73"
rooms. Lu.julru or Mat Lueus, iti-u Jacket.
For Nnle-Honm. Nd. f . fl yHnr Jacket
Linuire of Johi ph Plauu. Jr., or eoiiTpany. l
For Nl I'or IV.0, hotiHO N. zvi win.
barn, on county r-a-l. JUymUultown.' i ,!
'luiieat houHuoro the company.
For Kiilc-Houto No. 1.-.72 Lake I.m.l. n v
enu. corner Itailroa.! street Tu rooms"
hii'tulru of tlie com puny. u ro,)Uli'
.,uW.rrMs:0 No- ', i:
For Male Hons.) No. 3141: six room. .ni
sltiiaie-lln weilei.wn. Ai,,l
HI..I Hecla mining iomj.any. ' ' 10 Clu''
For Mala Houso N. 2ur, n str.t n.
bu.U,wu. App.y on the pn-Miii'S:
For Mala Ifonn No. 41.1 Yellow ii...
Apply on the premie, or lJih5,m.Jtrket'
Bwcletown. Ai.olr o., V,,., ;.. ,"""' .
For stale keven-room honsn: No nm i
the World'H lieHt
Advertisements olasslfled unir this hesrt
than Vv 0 jTertlsemoEt takca for less
MaoDonald & Jacka,
l'roprietors of .
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES.
l:l'i'.V.l.,,iU.n.,i1orB. fp Krwwtiaw Slsu-o Lino,
tlmnio. 1 6U t11, 011 ull'P" ex-
Fortlatm and Fifth Mia., I ted Jacket.
THE CITY EJAKERY.
NfcLHOX A HTKAXIi:i.KlTop'.
Trout Street. . HcdJnekct.
T!!?,.e1n ,e. ,,R,, at tlio following
,f a,,mrek and H,c a storts llenn
mm " "!''",nn Williams', Ite'l Jacket and
I Inlavson s Launnm, r resh fruit and cream
cakeeverv Baturdari ruiaaa cream
JAMIM .IfctM HI.. FropT.
m:w iiign, xmv nonsi:s.
WTAIILK Q. FOUTI.A!Sn MTItl-FT.
l'ver exhibited at lied Jacket of
Ice Cream Parlors
Delicious. Ice Cream Soda.
Mm & Williams.
Merchants' & Mine;
CAPITAL, - - . tl(ta.
Borplus md undirided profits, go'j
KOI'Jt FKIC VtLXT VKH ANm .
VAIU O-M IN IKKEMT OEfllr'
CHAULE3 BKIGOU p
K. II. OSUOUN " vVral '
1I.B.COLTON .... " K-'lta(
Foar Ver Vent Fer Asnn,,, .,,
aud I pwarda Itee(1
V K K-Puit...
WILLIAM It. ANDEKSON c""'
First National Bant
LAKK LINDKN, . mt
FOt'lt I'KIl 'ICINT INTFIUMT
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