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THE AKGUS, TUESDAF. MAY 2, 1893
Published Dmlly and Weekly at 1634 Second
Avenue, Bock Island, 111.
J, W. Potter,
THE TWO VISITS.
Tzuts Daily Sue per znot.io; wetmj t.uO
par annum; In advance (1 .10
AU communication of a critical or arau.euU
t character, political or relhrloas. n-ust hate
sl name attached for publication. No sucn
artleUt will be printed over fictr.U cg rtgnaturts.
Aooymous Amff.unicatioi.s not i.ct'ci J.
Porrespoc'dvcta C'icUed fro.) everj townsl.ip
ia Bock Island county.
Tuesday. May 2, IK'.:?.
A nephew of Sonator Hill lias lieen
appointed postmaster of a small
town in Missouri.
The philosopher of tho .St. Joseph
llerakl con solos himself with tho
thought that if evorvthinir went
T'mhl with I'? ll th'? earth, we. wouNl
rit iTiiow liow to enjoy ourselves la
Un'Ole Sam's regard for tne seal haj
assumed the usual form pf an annual
essay. If the poachers can all read,
and all pet tt copy, and all can
whether Uncle Sam is pleased with
them or not, this, may nave some effect
The khedive of Egypt is not as old
as some of the mummies of his coun
try, but the bold Briton desires that
he should not be of any more account.
A good spring style of Phaaoh war
ranted 6,000 years old Is now quoted
in the market at $100 f. o. b.
Av Ogden preacher attended a
prize fight and then swore out a
warrant for such of the other specta
tors as he could recognize. He was
guilty in this laudable effort to
elevate the pugilist, of one grave
error. He swore out no warrant for
his own arrest.
Police at Salt Lake announced a
few days ago that they had captured
Mr. iSontag, bandit. The announce
ment was perhaps inaccurate. When
last heard of Mr. Sontag was with his
friend Evans in London enjoying the
beauties of Pugent Sound along the
Kio Grande border, and malo safe
by the s-helterinc; mountains of Tennessee.
The litigant who m-t long ago
emerged from a Montana wili contest
laden with the spoils of vi-try to the
extent of millions fell down.-tairs at
Victoria recently and no poor man's
skull could have been more fatally
cracked. There is at lta-t the lesou
in the incident that people who think
fortune will always t-mile have not
studied the caprices of the goddess.
The London Telegraph, comment
ing upon the proposal to annex the
Hawaiian islands to the I'nited States
says: "We could not allow the I'nited
States to annex the islands!" Tut!
Don't get bumptious. It isn't a ques
tion of "allowing."' dear Telegraph.
Say 4,we could not afl'ord to have the
United States annex the islands"1 and
then send somebody over to "talk
TnE stories of the suffering of Lon
don's poor are almost beyond belief.
Individual eases of suffering are al
ways to be found in large cities, but
the existence of such large classes of
destitute and starving is unknown
outside of the countries ruled by the
gaunt spectre of famine. The appar
ent lack of interest shown by the
Jjjnuicipality and by people of means
argues that there is little benevolence
A be found in the British metropolis.
Some one with a 'renins for arith
metic figures out that the United
States will be richer $:ii0.oo'UM"i be
cause of money left here by foreign
ers who conic to visit the World's
Fair. To thjs lie adds the H.Mi.O!t.
000 which American visitors are ac
customed to leave every summer in
Europe, but which this year they
will spend at home. A distinguished
financier once said that the redemp
tion of specie payment was made
possible in 1879 only by reason of the
wealth left in this country by foreign
visitors to the Centennial eposition
. Quite a sensation was created at
Springfield upon the discovery Sat
urday morning, that Kepresentati ves
Carmody and Conway had hied them
selves away to Chicago during the
small hours of the night. Their ac
tion was severely criticized by their
democratic colleagues, as word had
been circulated by the steering; com
mittee for every democrat to be in
Lis seat Saturday, as the senatorial
appropriation bill would be up for
passage. It was later discovered
that the bill was defective in that
certain wards in the city of Chicago
had been omitted, so that the hasty
and surreptitious departure of the
two Cook county members really
averted a serious political mishap.
However, the conduct of Messrs. Car
mody and Conway is the no less rep
rehensible, and they should be disci
plined by the party leaders at
The kaiser goes to aee the czar.
Tba wort' turna oat to see;
Hia ret'nue follera from afar.
An then the kaiser and the csar
Embrace in solemn (rlee.
An then aaJoot an hng an kiss.
An both are filled and soaked In bliss.
Wen I go down to Hiram's place
The wort' don't seem to care;
I neither kiss his hands nor face,
Twould make 'cm lafT at Hiram's placet
Twould make 'em 'ar an tear.
But Hiram save, ez roun be pokes,
"I'm glad to see ye; how's yer folks?"
I take a loot at Hiram's hops
An hear how much they grow;
This somehow Hiram's niem'ry Jogs,
An he lets out on tbctuar' hogs
You oughtor Lear hiinTilour;
If yon ccul' pry hearjiim QJice
You'd bear tonic glnoolne eVrkunce.
Ol' Hiram he is slow enough.
But none too slow for mo.
For I'm a rutty tame ol' duff.
An fairly nioderit enough.
An jest ez slow rz he.
So we stub roun the whole day Ion?
yatil we hear the nipper gong.
fhe kaiser goes to sec the czar.
An maybe stops to tea.
But men like czars an kaisers are.
Cooped in the palace of the czar.
Hain't no sic h times ez we.
The czar and kaiser know no charm
Like loafin roun ol' Hiram's farm.
. W. Foss in Yankee Blade.
"The U, yvater euro 13
front. llMl. Said C
the frQEl again.' said Charles Al
offiptojvTi a doStgrSo ujToted to the
fiSTEeho); watej faetXfi Ta Ztual
goThgto bed Htiatake another in the
taormag. This is for Etomach trou
bled, particularly for indigestion. I
have known it to work very well.
William Gillette, the actor and play
wright, Buffers much with his stom
ach, and he always uses hot water.
When he is playing, he keeps a can of
water heated over the gas jet in his
dressing room and sips it occasion
ally. Some authorities say that a
cup of cold water is as good in the
morning as a cup of hot water, but
the hot water fiends indignantly deny
this.' St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
A Dear Man at the Opera.
When opera was running in New
York, there was no more attentive
member of the audience than a
slight, fair man, who was perfect in
dress and had a pleasant suavity of
manner. He was always present
with his wife, but it was noticed that
they rarely talked together, and ho
never seemed to take offense, as so
many of the audience used to do, at
the talking and laughter in the
boxes. II.? was stone deaf. He en
joyed color and dancing and pictur
esque groupings, and he went to the
oiera to sve it. He could sometimes
get the gis-t of n sentence by watch
ing the lips of a speaker, but he had
not even that comfort at operas
where the singing was; done in Ger
man and Italian. New York Sun.
A Iu'eat Rascality,
A neat pickpxktt dodge practiced
upon rural looking persons in this
town is based upon the known good
nature and courtesy of the average
American citizen The pickpocket,
clad in fine raiment and carrying a
stick, stands upon the rear platform
of a street car, facing the dashboard.
He struggles with a pair of tight
gloves, and having vainly endeavored
to button one after putting on tho
other, appeals to the kindness of the
man facing him on the platform.
In nine times out of ten he picks
tho right man, and while tho bene
factor buttons the gloves the pick
pocket with Ids disengaged hand
takes the other's watch. The confed
erate inside is at hand to baffle tho
pursuers in case the thief is detected.
New York Letter.
A Cow Superstition.
According to Indo-European folk
lore the clouds of the heavens were
nothing but cows, who were invested
with the duties of a iisychopoinp. At
times these clouds descended to the
earth and assumed their lovine garb,
but their duty remained the same.
Hence tho superstition prevalent in
many agricultural countries that a
cow breaking into a garden foretells
a death in the family. The psycho
pomp was merely looking for a soul
to escort to the hereafter. New
A Queer World.
This is a queer world where men
live so that one can hardly tell which
has a capital the size of the other's
income. "Spend as you go," reasons
one. "Go without spending," saj-s
the other and it is left to the wise
ones to tell fother from which. Bos
In libraries rich hues are necessary.
There are, for example, reds, browns,
golden greens and orange, goueun
bine, sage green and terra cotta,
Rnlmnn nink and all light, delicate
colors are good for parlors. Deco
rator and Furmsner.
A submarine electric light for catch
ing fish has been tried in France with
much success. Fish swarm around
the illuminated globe and are then
Out In Kaunas.
"Where are you going, my pretty maid? '
"I'm goinij a votinc, sir." el' "id.
-Wnai are you voting for. pre ty maid?"
I haven't the leaf t lie," she said.
The oldest tree on earth is 6aid to
be the Boo tree in the sacred city of
Amarapoora. Burmah. It was plant-
ed, the record iaj-s, in the year 2SS
; b. c.
j Cardinal Vaughan, the archbishop
of Westminster, keeps himself in
good physical condition by taking a
5 mile walk every day.
THE HUMAN MOUTH.
It Expression Gives a Valuable Key to Ita
The next time you are on a street
car or in a crowd notice attentively
the faces of those about you and see
if I am not right in saying the expres
sion of the mouth gives you the key
to the whole character. .,
You will find the women better
subject tan tlii5env Inthe latter
mustaches adroitly conceal much
that might otherwise mar a good
looking face, for it is true that vry
few mouths wear the graceful curves
nature cast them in. Take the woni
2L2 KliQ. ,sai ppwsite you tonight.
She wiisT Tjeajilifully dres.?eT Jut
how yoiT pitied the people- Vvn5 have
to live with her, for ercYy time thj
car gave a lurcli or some bne rubbed
against her she scowled in the faco
of the poor unfortunate beside her as
if he were presumably responsible
for the discomforts she suffered, and
you shuddered to think what that
woman's face would be were the cojF
feo cold or the cakes white, "i 6u se
cretly ndoresd the gracious looking
woman sitFi&g next the door "who
caught all de drafts ami wVsLf crowd
ed and jostled by every passeBattf.
but etill maintained that giUt txiui
abjrittmo delightful to l'-opotj
PBf Vl requires imfiiense
SgJJtTInd fortitude to look cheer
ful when your dainty patent tips are
being ruthlessly trodden on, but
there is your chance to be truly
heroic; besides, if you allow your
self to be annoyed and show it, some
one is sure to observe it, and it may
be 4 'he" himself.
Study yourselves, if you will, some
3ay when the whole world seems
douded from the day outside to the
domestic atmosphere inside, when
the indigo tints predominate every
where ; hunt out the best mirror you
can find and take a good square look
at yourself. Does the reflection
please you? How quickly you pull
up the corners of the mouth (you
didn't know you could look so ugly),
for most of us, no matter how read
ily wo inflict discontented expres
sions on the world at large, dislike to
confront the same in ourselves.
Every one has his hobby; mayl
this is mine, but I love you too well,
girls, to see the faces that should lo
bright and happy reflecting every
prssing jar and annoyance.
There: I have had my say. Chi
t.oiti Over the Itrnohlyn nriilsre.
"Stop shoving Pol" "Look out who
you're pur-liitig:" ' Don't try to run
over me. I say." These are m.t.'S
from the clmrus f tho solid mass of
persons that crowd up the stairs to
the Brooklyn bridge cars. On the
up ier plat form the tra ins sweep away
regiments at a time. Burly bridge
policemen are there, urging every
one forward, and at times until the
newspaers cry out eriodically
putting tlu ir hands on their 1 letters
and wedging them into the cars
through three doors at once as re
volvers are charged. There are 14
other ways to Brooklyn, all by ferry
boats, and letween 5 and C o'clock
in the afternoon all these are crowd
ed. They are not mobbed like the
bridge, to le sure, but they are
packed with people so that you can
only see the rims of the decks as you
see the edge of a grocer's measure
that has lieen filled with peas. Ju
lian Ralph in Harper's.
An I'nexpected Answer.
A "visitor from Manchester had
been invited to address the Sunday
school. "I am reminded, children,"
he said, "of the career of a boy who
was once no larger than some of the
little fellows I see here before me.
He played truant when he was sent
to school, went fishing every Sunday,
ran away from home when he was
10 years old, learned to drink, smoke,
chew tobacco, piny cards. He went
into bad comiany, frequented stables
and low taprooms, finally became a
pickpocket, then a forger, and one
day in a fit of drunkenness he com
mitted a cowardly murder. "Chil
dren,'' he continued impressively,
"where do you think that boy is
"He stands lief ore us!"' cried the
children with one voice. London
It is not easy to ascertain with pre
cision tho total amount of Irish capi
tal, the fund which sets in motion
whatever of commerce, trade, indus
try and employment exists in the
island, but "Thorn's Almanac"' helps
us to form a very fair estimate. The
tenement valuation in 1SS3-4 of
lands, houses, etc., was 14,000,000;
value of crops, 33,000,000; value of
horses, cattle, sheep and pigs, 73,
000,000; capital of joint stock banks,
10,000,000; deposits in joint stock
banks and savings banks, 35,000,000;
investments in government stock
transferable at Bank of Ireland, 31,
000,000; stock and share capital, etc..
Of railway companies, 36,000,000;
fisheries, 1,000,000; total, 233,000,
000. St. James Gazette.
Tbe Capacity of th Longs.
The lungs contain about one gallon
of air at their usual degree of infla
tion. Wo breathe on an average
1,200 times per hour, inhale COO gal
lons of air or 24.000 gallons per day.
Tho aggregate surface of the air
cells of the lungs exceeds 20,000
equare inches, an area nearly equal
to the floor of a room 12 feet square.
Popular Science Monthly.
A Difficult anil DaugeruiiM Operation.
Epcndicitis is an operation jkt
formed in Xcv Ycik, tmd x. Lich oc
cupies a large place in the attention
of surgery. It always Lrs a deep in
terest for the general public, because
it consists of the i-emoval from the
human body pf r.n r :p;r.n that is a
mystery to the mctiiiiu profession.
Ihis orga.n, the vermiform apiendix,
is about the only thing in the human
structure for whoso existence science
has been unable to discover a reason.
The vermiform appendix is a small
tube or tissue about as big as half a
lead lentil, depending from one
01 mo mtesun-s.
In this position it is r.t to catch !
cherry pits, seeds of fruit and other
small objects likelv to incite influm-
mation. Wieii that takes pltice tne
only way to save the patient is to re
move the vermiform apendix, and
it is so situated in the IkkIv that the
operation of taking ft out i4 attended
with much deep cutting and conse
quently much danger. St. Louis
. "Would you know wiry vtftf) pieasure
v" lutw so Beam
SruntMe fe j8 a
(J, CUi- ..-,.. , I;
l'eafnes Cannot be Ctred.
VV lev hi applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only oni way to cure deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the eustachian tube. When
this tube gets inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hear
ing, and when it is, 'entirely e!eed
deafness is the result', 'and unk- the
inflammation Tan be taken V.ut and
this tube restored tc- it tt'6'rmal con
dition, hearing wif! be destroyed for
ever; nine casx. Wut of ten are caused
by cntarrh Which is nothing but an
inflamed condition of the mucous
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot lie cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir
F.J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O
BeaySold bv druggists, 75c.
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COL. C. XV. DEAN.
SUNSTRUCK IN BATTLE!
IU. MII.KS MEPirAL CO . Etkttart,
Tniv I must sav the Kitoratire Nervine
iiiul Nirve unii Liver l'ills liava done mo
toll YEARS I HAVE NOT FELT A3
WELL AS NOW.
TIip starting point of my diseaup rns a
si.ntroke received in battle before l'ort
Hudson, -Louisiana, June 11th, lr-ttf. Ip to
the time of beginning to take lr. Miles'
I Itemedies I had bod a con-
t tinual distracting pain In my
head; also, weak spells, and the past four
years I have had to give tip everything;
of an active character, and stay in th
housn for I months at
a time: It Cm U could not
wnlk across the streetJl KNOW VOIR
ItKMEIIlES HAVE Ci RED HE, and that
tlhe cure will be permanent. Several
here are using your remedies, aud all speak.
el'. of them. Yours trulv.
( OL C KV. DEAN',
National Military Home, liayton.O.
rR. MILES'XERmfE Is the tnort cer
tain rure for Headache. Nenralgta. Serf
on Prostration, Dizziness, Spasms, Sleep
lessness. Dullness, lilues. and Opium
L abit. Contains no opiates or dangerous uru;rs.
Sold on st I'ositive Guarantee.
On. MILES' Pi LLS, 50 Doses 25 Ct.
FIJOrOSALS FOR FRESH VFGETARI.KS
llvaclmiartrr Driinrtitu nt of the Mis-ouri.
OfVu'e Chiff 1'oTnmissHry of Sulsi1-iico. Chicago.
lilinoi. April I!i3. s, n! d trou.iN. ;n tnp
licate, will be received at thisofticr until 11 o'clock
a. m on Wednesday- the Sist day of May, lS'.tl. at
which time and place th'-y wili l.e ,t'iied in
presence of bidder, for the furrrthitiir and de
livery of such Quantities of fresh ncta'oes and
onions ss may be required hy tl:e suhsi-tetce de
partment, t nilea fctaies armv, at tori urauy.
Michicun: Fort Leavenworth. Kansas; Fort Mack
inac, Sliihipin: Fort Iteno. Oklahoma Territory;
Fort Riley. Kansas; Kort Sheridan, Illinois; Fort
Sill, Oklahoma Territ ry: Fort Supply, Indian
Territory; Fort Ware, "MJcbitran : lndiniapolis
Arsenal, lrdiana; Jefferson Karracks. M:ssonri;
Hick Island Arsenal, Illinois, and tbe Military
Prison, Foit Leavenworth, Kansas, during the
lime comrnencint: Jnly 1. and ending November
:, is;i). Proposals will be received np ta and
opened at tbe same hoar at the several posts by
the respective commisstties of such posts, each
pcst commissary receivini; pniposals for his own
post only. Blank" for proposals and circu'ar of
insiMictior.s to bidders, trivinir fall information as
to inequality of vegetables reqlrei. manner of
bidding, conditions to be observed by b dders,
and term of contract aDd pa meet, will he fur
n sbed on applirat on to tfr.s ortice or to the att
ir commlseaiy of sursistence at any post. The
government reserve the r.ghl to reject anyor all
I roposals Envelopes containing proposals
rhonld be marked "Proposals for Fiesh Vejreta
ble." and sddresfed to the nnderslcned or the
actirg commissary of subsiatenre at the post bid
for. J. 11 OILMAN. Major and C. S., L. S.A.,
Chief Commissary of Subsistence.
A bcw snd Complete Treatment, consisting of
eoppositories. Ointment In Capsulr, alao in Box
and Pills; A Poitie Cure for External. Blind or
Bleedirg Itchine, Chronic. Recent or Hereditary
Piles, Fbmalk wbakkbssks and many other dis
eases; it is always a great benefit to the general
health. Tbe first discovery of s medical cnre ren
dering an operation with tbe knife unnecessary
hereafter. This Kmedy has never been known
to fall. II per box. for 15 ; sent by mall. Why
suffer from this terriable disease when a written
guarantee i positivly given with 0 bottles, to re
fund the money if not cured. Send stamp for
free sample, (inarm: Lee. Usid by oar agent.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts like magic on the Momach, Liver and Bw
'es; dispels Oyspepsia, Biliousness. Fever, Colds,
Nervous Disorders,sleeplessness,Losof Appetite,
restores the complection; perfect dhresuon fol
lows their use. Positive cure for Sick 1Ibpach
and Constipation. Small, mild, easy to take. Large
Vial of 50 Piils 25 cents.
UARTZ & ULLHsyfiR Sole Agent Bock Isl
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Is tFe ctiiiSc' of oar M;
I'bi" g!! .scvio of cljiiiiH!
Made only by
N.K.FAIRBANK fk Co.
wm. ecnMErti joun m. paridon. henrt . t-
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Painters and Decorators
Kalsomininq, Paper LTanoino, Etc.,
419 Seventeenth Street.
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known Flrelnsarance Companies he follo-wlng:
Royal InsuranceCompany, of Bnetand.
Weschester Fire Ins. Company of J . T.
BcHalo German Ins. Co., Baffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Rochesttr. tt. V
Cititene Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
enn Fire Office. London.
Tnion Ice. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co.. Sow Ilivsn, Conn.
Mll-Taukee Mechanics Ins. Co., Milwaukee. f!i
German rire Ins. Co.,of Peoria, 111,
Office Cor. ISth St., and Second Ave
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For "W ashing Machine use.
WARMOCK & RALSTON.
Made front any old photo, executed In the most
artistic workmanship 4t
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Bailable Photographic Establishment oyer Mc
Cabe's Satisfaction euarauteed.
Estate of James C. M il.ont r. dere.
-lneunaeraienea having oteu 3;xj;r.
tor of tbe last will and P-s:am. r i ,.r
Mahoney. late of the county f Koii i.'
inav oe win appear octore tin- cocn-v i-- i
June term, on the first Monday is j
at which time all persots a iv:r.r: c
iaid estate are noticed a:id r-qu, u j' t i-
t..u rj.vj c .ji . art- re.;. ..
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WM. E. KI.IVKr Kl.i KP
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court of I(fck Islar.ti cm;r,
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Sheriff of Hoc k
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I commend it most t an e-:v t.. ::.
are coming in'o i 'li:?"; ip 1 . -tom'thijiij
of the crest - '
Of our coar.tr. luT'tv-.
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couimend t as irt:d at.ti u ft.;. '.' -ftvle.
exctl'eLt in rri rui ti t v : r : tr -
This irreat hTstor'eal 't c-
lii-r-. h ull I'au
It i02ruiM-. Ii' ins n-
Iliouraptiiral li-torj 01
This spier did wcrk t. !:st.: t
beund, ami is -'"id r.'y thru!:. ::
BiTentsat the follrir- pit' : i'- ;
Uhl ti-'ld C loth, Marble LJ.-e...
(!d IJold ( loth. Ciii: Edi-'e
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Turkey Morocco. iilt KCire
Aliiator. Gilt Ede. I'tiidvd ( ' -
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I're.iilent"." pt:!.!lui; it:
a PomeptiMiT-iier d.. at ot.ly r
would cost t:irb""l; "' 1
ltmo Tolumcs f oer -i" ;-' - "
any one who comp:aiiisr.f :.e ;' '
wirk, simj.ly niakes- a i ul'-ic :.-: :
noratit e .
Scire 'f aT'i:t "ire :.!.:! -"
twenty orders per day for t;.i- i !'
thereby makinu' from S'i t tl ' i r .
We are the V tninnfa'f.:r- t
ar.il ulfnlu,ely uariini:'
ct. ntr.'l of tnnioij.
An mat fT takics order. c"-t - -pvctnfi
booac. ami 'nil and i.-e'..t. t
for successful work wi'.l be Ktt;r
Hound In Clcth (same fi romt :. P v
Bound in Full 1 urkey Mctjcch -iz.
p ete wirki
A complete copy of the Ixx k ...
or without a ranvassine outit. a I
paid, in auy of al jve styles of b:r.f:: : a
ceipt of the prkv.
The National Hook O-v 1 -;
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