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DAILY CAIRO
VOLUME XII.
CAIRO.' ILLINOIS. SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1380.
NEW SERIES-NO. 113.
TH
BULLETIN.
tuitwrroBY
I
UUHlNEHH DIRECTORY
' U" lidding bonnes iiunten who,- artverle.
m. ti inny he found In Tub Bii.i rrm
DRV GOODS.
; i) . rNOei 4 Co , Commercial aveiiue end Mu
ti-H'li ntr'l.
(KOfKltlKS.
"V or a rn llroil-rirk. Wd. Ave , cor. Klglith.
New Vuik Snr'. ('. . fin t.-r A . t'nr Nine
:cuiu unci I'niiiiuerrii'.l
IMUSK IAS
It ,( Unnii: nfl'nv, H'M'im.mefi .' ux'imt'.
Or. ii V . l.rueliKlglttli t n- i.
OliYllST.v
Iji V C J i'!;, n. Kl'lith muri iimiin r( ii
HI S W VVtiitl'ir'i, i KH oiniPi rrUl aveU'ii;
INSl'R ANt'K
'. II t ntiiiiv, No. icvco uiii mir)
If iiuliaMn Liln. of N a York. co.-ii.-r Twelfth ati.l
Wtn'i.ii.'l.in 'iv. ii'ir
UWkV
;'. SV . !!. 1 ib, n hr. .
-IK Mi.n M
Vl... -!.n;"
I' I.
utiv "'.ir'.v. , ..iron T.,e!l--.h and Litre,
IlIl.Vi KKT YlOlif;.
I. i; 1-W 1. Curlier Nililli Mul Comriff' An i.
Till: Mill.".
v tNKKAl, DKLIVKftT ojien .:W in.; eloe
J :: p.m.; huniluy: H to s . in
tfoaiy Order li".iriiii' ii! '.j.'D at 6 a. in.: clou
f s p. in.
'I'br.ii,;li Kipri'M M.u via I 111 . ! Central :i:-(0
it in.
Mt.rtii jijit (,V.:ul Railroad iui" v ! y ni.
i.'iiiro in J Poplar lliatl I u i m U arid way Mali
c,. '.. t I 'i. in
Way Mil vit liU'i'ilf Central. Ct rn and Vtn
mnn" and U '. f . i- i . p i Central rUilrvtd clot ' tl
'i:4 p. m.
Way Va.i f c Narrow iiil','" Kailrnn.l r.lote a!
I :S0 i. m.
CuiroaaJ Eean.tiile lllk.r !?'iia" il.in- i
I . m. i'if ifM'pi Kridari.
OIUCIAL lilitW.TuUY.
City OflitM-K.
;.,.r Tninl-'woud-'rnitnif-r-
Kdwnrd Deonm
' '!T'i- lit Mill". J. I'ulev
i.'oiiimrlor- -Wm. II. Olflx n .
amhi-J.i . I.allue.
Auowy - W Uliain HcndrW m
Kill llll OP UI'IUUI
yin-nVi'd- M. J. Howie.
.'.Kfo&d WarJ David T. l.lnigar. I. K Wood
'ti. Thud Ward -W. I'. Wri'it, Hubert riioltb
Poor-th Wiinl V)mrli U. Paiirr. Jami- Kvr,aton
I'lfJk Wvl -T. W. Holiday. Erm-M H rV'H
I'oimty Officer.
HiBil J'l.t1- II. J. ll'.'I.
Clrenit (Meik-J. A. (-(i'
County J ud,1:- K. v Vo ebi
'osn'y I'Urk . J llnuro
Cnnniy Aftorny-W. C. Mul
.'oanly Tri 'Ir- M:l- A'
Hbrtff John iuj-r.
Ooroni-r II. KiUi?.''..
Chanty Comta'tMcrior -T
l'ar
W. lU.i'.Cai. .1 A
IHlTiCUK-i.
VPftli.'AN M. K. -Fuiirtwntri nr.-v!. Iictweni
Walnut and Cuiar atw.: ii. rviria Mb1a;n 11
a ia. and T:9J p L1 : Sunday School l ::) i. ra.
".HBISTIAN -Eiflitc.-uth f. iDc:i!n,' Sib
J Mlii lU;Wp. bi.; prvacbSuj ocraaiobkl'.y.
ininiCU Oh" Till: KKlKKMKn-Krll'al
J Voo'tirt-niU trw ; Himiay Momloi! iirayM
10:W a. m.: tTi-nln; prayer. l p. ni.; Handay
i.tool (: a. in. Kii lny evutilii priyrr Ji. m.
yiRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST fHrKrn.
F IrcLIi; M o::iii . m . 3 p. rn.. and 7:30 p. in.
r!btb tcbool at ":i p. m. ft-'v. T J Sliwr-.
i.:or.
IUTIIKII VN -1'liini-fMh airi-ti; rviivn r'
J bath 1:0 a. m i SuoOay . ao.l i p. m. Krv.
Miappt;. pai-tor.
METHODiST-(.v,r. K:M nJ W'.i.af atrvt:
fn'ach!it Sabhath T'l:jn . m. and 7 p.m.:
prtyr ratttlnir. Wi-dniLiy 7:a0 p. in.; hut'lay
tchoul, a. m. K. Wblitiker pator.
1nKHHYTEHIAN -KiKhth atr: prraibingoa
1 Subbath at ll.lil . m. and 7:3(p. m ; tirayiT
meeting WIukm1v at 7;3,Jp. ra.; Jnr.(i&y Schuol
3 p. a. Kr. It. V. ti. or;f. pantor.
CBCONO FHKK Wll.I, BAPTIST - Pifti.th
j itrBt, ln'twi',n Wainnt ilJ nva if fir''it; it.-r-tif.
ubbath at ') acu T.:)o p. tu.
ST. .UJSKriI S--(I(jmii Cailiulin iJottir (Tom
and Walnut atrei'i: crviia KmV.ath 10::i0a.
m. ; Sunday .Hon . I M i p. ra.
Vf'p'Ta J ;i m.; .t-
viea erj uay at is p m.
OT. PATKICK'H Homan ('.ithnlirfortcr Slmb
3 itrt !nd Wahlnjnon nvenae ; Tii-o Sah
oath t and 10 a. m. ; Vpi r 3 p. in. ; Bandny Scbuol
i p. m. ai rvli t. oery day at b p m. Y. Zabe!,
prleat.
WOMAN'S CUIUSTIAN IKVPKHANt T. I' :
ION, hold" il ri'oiar vir-.-kly mc'tlni; in
i.h kali of the Cairo TirniprMiinv li. f.irni cinb. -v '
ury Th'iriKiay ntlcreoon. al. 'J: o'ol.k. tvirj
body U fuviuvl to atitnd.
rnYsiciANs.
Q EORCiE H. LKACH, M. 1),
I'liysii'ian himI .SiM'nni.
Sp.ll attention paid to tin Ifomi opi.iliie 'ivai-'
lacnt of aurtflcal dinvaft', and dircamca ill' wiinii.'n
und rblldren.
Otfice: No. tf Kixhth atreof, mar Comuiercial
uvroar, Cairo, I (In.
H. MAREAN, M. I.,
Homeopathic Physician ami Surg:con.
Office I'JS Commorrial avrna. Keridonrr rorner
Vnnntb ht. and Waihtntfon aveDuo, Cairo.
I'KXTISTS.
jyn. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Duntnl Surgeon.
Ofnci No. lSfi Comniorcial Avinac, licivtvca
Blghlk and Ninth biwu
W. C. JOCELYN,
D KNTIST.
OFICE EliiUtfa Street, nfr Comracr lal Avenue.
BANM.
rPHE CITY NATIONAL BANK
Cairo, lllinoin.
CAPITAL, 8100,000
OmCKBS:
W. P. HALLIDAY, Proaldcnt.
H
It. UALL1DAY, Vleo-rrealdcut.
THOS. W. HALLIDAYt Caahler.
DIRECTORS:
. OT 1AM TATLOB, W. p. HAUJSAT.
limr U BALLlDiTt . B. CVKKIKMHAB,
b. WIIJ.UBAOH, tipbm Bum,
B. R.CAKOBB,
KxchanKe, Coin and United States liond
BOUGHT AND SOLI),
Dopoaltarrcelved and I foaertl luklcg bailxaM
eoBvacted,
C. .C.
C1C
W A. IT
c
a.
C
eric enc
VfU f!Vf!
Look for Full Particu
lars Soon.
C. 0.
uric
CftO
FOE US
0
ft
C5
cro one
fiUfli fiUfii
0VC
LITEUAUY
FOR CniLI)REN!TTh!isK0
Illuatrated Macrajilne will ontor on Ha IMh
year In im, fLfOaYear, In advance, Hund for
Sampla No. and premlumMat. Nnw buhaerlbera
ti'ttxtra nnmhera braahnfrlblngnow. Add re a
KUKBKUY PUbLI3UiU COMPANY,
Biwton, Man.
RAILROADS.
OHIO & MISSISS11TI IVt.
ar irar
TUHR TAB 1,8 OW PASS KM B 8 TRAINS PI10M
YIVCENNEH fN07. 30, 187!).)
BAtTWAAD.
No. M Day KrpretKxespt Honda) ...1:W p.m.
" 6 Kpra ( Exwipt Huuday l:)&p. at.
" 1 Kbjbt Kipruaa (Daily) .I'i:a0 a. m.
inrAiin
N. I BrprNM (Rxcept Sanday)
y ti:or a.m.
Sunday).... :50p, ra.
I DayKipre (Kxei rt tiuni
" 8 Mebtlfioraa(Dall) m.
Agent Vtacaaaea. Gob .TlcWiX Af't ClaeJnnatl
ILLINOIS CENTRAL 11, R.
tup:
Shortest and Quick(t Route
TO
St. LouLs ami Chicago.
The Only Lino llumfmg
Q DAILY TRAINS
From Cairo,
Making Dieixjt Connkciiox
WITH
EASTERN LINES.
TaAiN I ac Ca:su:
:):ira tii. Mail,
Arrlrinin St. Louin :V a m ; Cbicajn.-i :.Vi p.m.;
Conti.;oUsx at Odin and Kflintrhata for Ciariu.
catl, Loum-Uif, lajianapoj aiid puiau tw:.
:VO u.m. St. IoiiU, and AVostfrn
Arrlln? In 8t. Lo'?S)0p. and connctiu;
for all FUM Went.
4:30 p.m. Ffaat J jrr;4
KorSt. Loai and C'hlfAgo. wrivlaj Ltf'.U
lOWp to.,aadChlc!Cti7: am.
A ''JO p m. Cincinnati pi'Aisw.
A-rivlns at Cinrlnnall a.m.; LouuitIIIk 7:S)
am.; IndiaaapulU 4 Ou a.m. pM)-ngvM by
thiti train irv.ii th above poln'ji 'i to ;U)
UuUlis iu adva&c of any other route.
PrV4 p. m. eiprM hvt PULLMAN
M KKPI"0 CAR Cairo V O.uomnoil, Kl-Jiici
rbann-, ana tbroci tiecperi lo St. i.oaia at J
Chicago.
Fast 'rime KtxM.
Pq iiiim O-AlNJ y,1 tbit Uaf R HfnC ft K""
1 Oociicin trn potnti without ny delay
rauaed by Sunday intervening. The Haturday after
noon train from Calm arrlm in vr Y'ork Monday
mornlug at 10:s.j. Thirty an tiourein Advance of
auy other rouw.
t"Forrtiroart tikt and further information,
apply at Illinoia Central Kailrodd Depot. Cauo.
JAs. JOHNSON, J U ONKS,
(ion . Konthern A;it Ticket Aceat
A. U. UANSON. tien. Pti, Agiint. CUicao.
CAIRO A ST. LOUIS R. R.
ir. V. HMtTTIKrtS. Keooivor,
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Tim Schfxlule:
Ibronnh Rxprea leave Cairo H:i; tt.
Tlirouj;li Kxprt'H arrive at K. St. Lou La.. 5Wp.ro.
Throuch Kiprea leavua K. St. Louij.,,, 0:(a)a,ro.
Throueh Kipreao arrive at Cairo 11:10 p.m.
MurphyaboroacconiniodiitionleaveaCalro 1 :'M p.m,
Mn-phynboro Acc. arrlvea at Murphyaboro T:X)p m.
Mnrphywrioro Acc. leave MurphyHboro .. S.'OCa.m.
Murpbvuboro Act. arrivea at Cairo U:a m.
The Cairo Ht. Iiula 1UI1 Koad Ik the only all
Kail Route between Cairo and tit. Louie nnder one
mauaKpment, therefore there are bo delay at
way atationr awnltluu connection from other line.
Cluaeanil aurc ronnuctlon at St. Lout with other
line for North, at and Went.
A. NM'CLE. L.M.JOHNSON.
Aront Oeteral M.majrer.
STOVBS ANDTINWAKK.
gTOVKS! STOVES!!
ALL .S0KI. SIZE AMI .STYLES,
-IT
DA VI DSOTST'S.
M iiittl'mMur.r o! n'i Hfitlcr in
TIN, GOITER A SHEET IRON WARK
AU. 1M UK JDH WOi'.tV IIONK TO OltDKR
NO. 7 EKtHTH STREET,
Cairo. - - Illinois.
OKDINANCKNO. M.
An ordlnauee Rrantlnirthe Illtnnia Central Kail-
road Cumpany the rlaht to lay an additional
aide track on I.evc atrial.
lie It ordained by the City Council of the city of
Clro:
riartio 1 . That the ri;hl to lay down an addi
tional lde track ou the eaaterlv aide i Levee
et'eot from the eotuherl.v aide ol t'onrlh lre t to a
point 310 U"t tiurthwardly, to connect with lu
mnln tnicl;, le hereby Rrauu d to tho illlool Ctt.
tral Railroad Company.
rBiTioti The eiertMn n( the riiiht (ranted
In the fneef!lai eectltin eft all not be pertuitUwl un
til eaid company remuta ttn praeui do'ible line
of rail fronting the enmhurly end of Wucli No. 4,
eaMt.wardl Bauftlclent tllnUure to lease a kwiI
ro'idw.ty alonif LeviHi etrect to Fourth atruot, tbo
wtrth of audi r adway at the iiortb'e corner ol
Ft) irth and Lev atre.iia tu hit t leimt U ty fno
from tint eoraur of the irrnt alilimalk. Matr1
rich! laaUoL'rui te umiii timC'itidlilnu I ha. nM
enmpnny will plnnk Hint v avel !. fa.!' a on eaM
Leveeatroet lo aeconlat'ee w Mi the nrrt'naneea of
theritvand to the eatlefiteil n of the Mayor and
Cotnmlttoeninatrwa; itirt thH'Olt ri kt aliall he
forl'eltej and eeaei to Elt wt enever rulit track
ahull d-aMi tn hu kent' nlitt,' ' ' irraviibd,
Approved Novambur (I'b, A. T 1MW.
N. B.THI8TUCW00O.
Attest: U.I. FOLBY, City Clerk. kUyer.
MARKETS BY TELEfiliAPH
CHICAGO UAKKKT.
CiitCAuo, N'ovcmUif 0, 10 a
Pork NovcralxT, ami
tli 03.
M.
Di'if ti'lifi,
Corn November, Jlftj' (,;!)
bor, 40'a'c.
Out' Noufniln-r, C!):
IV'l I' lU-
lh COlulitT,
Wicut --NuvcmlMT, fl 01 Iifi cwl.iT,
Chicago, NovumlaT 0, 12:00 i. m.
l'ork -December, fl2 20.
Oufi-Novemkr, 20 'c; IVtiiuIht.
30l4'c.
Corn -November, :!);$ 10c; December,
40i'c
Wlitut -Novimbci, fl 01; IVofuiU-r.
$1 03,','.
Chicago, NovemLer G, I p. w
Pork- November, ? 1 2 1 2 i .
. Lard November, 3
Wheal November, $1 01; )etfm)'-r,
$103.1,'.
Corn Novi'iubvr, 40c; DiTemlier.
40 ?.-:.
OaU November,
30e.
NBW Y0KK OIIA1N.
Nkw Yoitu, November.fi, 12:01,i.v.
Wheat irregular-No. 2 Chicago, tl 10
(3ll 17; No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 19;
red winter, $1 H;l 20; No 2 red win'
1 17f.
Corn -quiet -No. 2, .ri7c.
trie
MYKItrooi. OKA,
Livkiu'ool, November,
Wheat and corn uncli
A LETTER FROM J.
Ci.hvn '
Friund iJoroett. amrT-
After an abscr.c
your city few ('
sure you that I v liiil
bly surprised at
provcinent.,
Ilef.u-ARRU.
large
great
'ATARIlir.
dwelling'
let. prslt-f Tj A F,ESS
there in the .
of every kin.l.Y2VtENESS
judge, wns not o
lively. Mcrchui
everylwdy-seemen gJ.QO,
with whom I talked or
sansi action n to lue p
New National
tut connuerjee in u;e d
prosperity of your city.
e. . ,i ,i
from 2 to 5
I am aware that several It
improvement arc being made
preseut time, giving employrae.
bnbty one thousand men. 1.
provemi.nts must servo tt
extent to add to the business
but I was assured by several business
that the cood times commenced loner be
fore these improvement were put under
contract. Ro this as it may, I am well sat
isfied that times in your city are extremely
good, and I ought to be ft tolerably compe
tent judge in this matter, as I done busi
ness iu Cairo twenty-eight years, from 1841
to 1872.
I could discover evidence of prosperity
and thrift oa every hand, in fact everybody
soemed to be in a hurry, rushing to and
from their store, shops, and other places of
employment.
Rut there i evidently one heavy draw
back upon the prosperity and improvement
of your city; I allude to the gre:tt scarcity
of dwellings, especially cheap houses, suit
able for mechanics, small dealer and labor
ers. Why don't some philanthropist, bless
ed with money, build at bait ono hundred
cheap cottages there? I am of the opinion
that they could all be rented in twenty-four
hours after completion, and they would pay
a big percent, on the investment.
Before visiting your city, I had heard that
its municipal affair were run on high
moral principles, since- the advent of your
present administration, bur truth admon
ishes me to declare that I wan sadly de
ceived and disappointed in the lavorable
reports I received in regard to your im
proved tnorals. I allude especially to the
Sabbath reform I had heard so much
about.
A few years ago if you desired to visit a
Cairo saloon on Sunday you were compelled
to lind ingress through the back door, but
uow tho front door of your saloons stand
wide open on the Sabbath and it ia, in all
probability, tho best day in the week for
the whiskey traffic.
Now these obvious violations of law, and
go-id order must bo a source of continual
torment to tho entire Christum c mmunity
of your city und, of course, mortifying to
the moral and well disposed citizens gen
erally. I shall hope and expect to soon hear of
an improvement in your Sabbath morals,
and to learn that your saloons have
been compelled to closu, at least, their front
doors on Sundays.
I must not close this rambling letter
without expressing my thank to the many
old friend for kind greetings mid for ta
vors nhown me while in your city, and lor
the dwiro expressed by many that I would
return to Cairo and embark m business
again, numerous merchant and others
promising patronage and assistance. Soma
even going so lar a to agree to buy from
me hugely nn credit. !
Among Hie many friends to whom I uin
indeliltd for courtesies extended, let ma
mention Harry Walker and hi splendl'
Comiqitc band, to whom 1 am indebted
the compliment ot a serenade. I ar
thnnkful to Thorna W. ILillidav
Winter, .lohn MtNulty and Chris.
for favor ; and I nm eopecially g'
Jimniy Johnson and Dock Dunn o
fusing, with tear in their ej-flO
when 1 invited them.
T slmll be in your city ngu'p irrrrf
four month. W truly, flf
. JJinof Itln Un
.lAl (,f OillhJI ADVKtt
IllilNI ss AND tW;fVE LIST
TIIK (illKAST.
l!
.nelly ;! the .apereaM.
ADOUt 18 ear.verv immune tin
m HMiii
.i, Ttruv
Miss Ellen Mill-lAf.sii la tin, only'bb'
the oldest and ''"i ?iv,",lr-p r'P'!niin of
York. Her fnnrailverti ft? are, bielvfine
ol the r'reat'',"'1',;!,' 'i'i !rir tor eltijrle
known a Pla-irvlfst i .. TU Tesalar
SIX children-'"r,ho ',,T"- "P'.e and timo
oldimt is lift lnrln'oa u-wepapcri
est I Th iliriVront eitiea and town, ef
formi ''"""erHnlta'a, 3'it placee of over 5,0
'""Hn. and m ronntv . Kor copy of
COVi olhvr iuriirniatinii mldr. a.
CKi P. HOWELL 4 CO..
10 Sprnee h.. New York.
X'MAS
PRESENTS. re. Henil addreea
for particular. F. TRIFKT, yr
School atreet, Boaton, Mae.
8777 8
A YEAH and e.itnea to
aeent. Outnt free Addre. P.
lCKLK i , Au.tiiita. Mains
THIEVES & DETECTIVES.
Tnemi)t thriving, ixeltics, faci-liiativc book
ever written. Taken from jrivti record never
before pnbllehed. Sketch of the Author, th
greatest living Delect e. Thrilling !llut rations
HY ALLAN HNKERT0X.
Low In price. No competition. Outel! all
other book . tm.O (1 eold Immediately.
TO A(tFTTX,.cul"rr1"""" 0B,y- Apply at
x' J auiiAt 10 , iincef.irteruisund territory.
i. W. CARLKTON & CO., J'tibllehi r, N. Y.i'ltf .
Outnt lurnlched tree, with fall la-
.tructlona fur comlm'tliiR thu moet
nrolltalile bnnine that anv one can
unguiru in. The, hitaine la no turn
urn, ai il onr inHtriiciioca am
Hinipie ana plain, that hi t one eaa
mako great profttH from the utart. No one can fall
who U willing to work. Women am 111 aticceeefut
a men. liny and girl ran earu liirge nm.
Many have made at the btialm over one hundred
dollar lr a einirle week. Nothlnu like It evar
known before. All who e nsefc are etirnrld at tiio
eae and rapidity with which they are uble to mako
money Yon can cngMeo In ,h' 1iiIm' dnrinr
yonr pare tlment great profit. Yondo noi have t
invert capital in It. We take all the rlk. Those
who need reartv money, ahould wtlre to a at one.
All fnrniahed free. Addre THl'E A CO., Aa
gnta MHlne.
MEDICAL.
Dr. HAYDOCK
A
bo is at tu. VITALIZED
worthy. UiiTpTTT-r
fever sufferers J-L U
still remembered."
Catholic clcryman wh'Mi'" pu'hn' '
i iii a- 'fluey and Url-
ago made a great deal ot sti,- hluiry iof
was one of the men who rccnirv of tho
bounty. Poor people crowd upl'pv
right and left, and he is said to give as lu
erally as bis lato partner, James Fisk.
There is no ostentation about this phase of
his life, any more than there is in the oth
ers. His employe regard him with the
utmost tenderness.
Thf. Roll of Honor. The progres if'
many a bright and promising scholar w .
often arrested and discouragement brought
on by absence from school caused in so
many cases by cough, cold or sore throat.
Give Dr. Bull's Coui;h Syrup and let your
children answer, '"present" when the roll la
called.
JUST WHAT EVERYBODY" WANTS!!
lir.r.E it 1 at last!!
.MA ON I FU'I ENT EXCURSION ! !
TO
Nkw Oklf.ans and to Texas Via Nkw
OltLKAN.
On December 2d, 1880, at8 o'clock a.
m., Col. U. S. Colhns,thc old excursionist,
will start from Cairo, Illinois, with another
into of his magnirlcient special trains first
class in every respect, including palace
sleeper and refreshment coach, and run
through to New Orleans, over the Cbicarjo)
St. Louis and New Orleans railroad, mak
ing close connection at New Orleuns with
the Star and Crescent Lino railroad, for
Houston and San Antonio, Texas.
Fare for '.he round trip to New Orleans and
return from Cairo, $12.60.
To Houston and return from Cairo,
$23.00.
To San Antono and return from Cairo,
$35.00.
Tickets will bo on sale at all stations on
tho Chicago, St. Louis and New Orleans
railroad, between Cairo mid McComb City.
Tickets good going only on special, train.
Good returning on all regular trains, up to
and including December 17th, 1880.
Speciul nrransremcnts at reduced rates
have been made with the hotels and thea
tres, for the benefit ot the excursionists.
Tho attention of the ladies is specially
Invited to this charming trip to the Sunny
South, and tho gay city of New Orleans.
For further Information, adurcs,
E. A. Collins, U. L. Colmks,
Gen'l Correspondent, Gen'l Manager,
Milan, Tenn. Milan, Tcaa
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