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Astoria, Oregon, Thurssday Morning, August 31, 1882
the hoiix 1AMLURI.
Who is ir Ujal is known o well?
Let every one his praise go tell.
'Who knovpth how (o keep hotel"?
hruncets each test with smiling face.?
Who's rich in bonhomie and crace?
ni.. .:!, .. .-i.-s i ii. .i-t.. i
Who knowcth eeiy one he meets:
Who cordially all comers greets .'
Rut who is down on hotel heals'.'
Whose house is open evert cl.i
That all mankind quite freely maj
Come in and cat their fill, if thet
Hae eot the leady cash to pa ?
Hot Milk as a Stimulant.
Of hot milk as a stimulant, the !
Medical Record says: Milk heat
ed to much above 100 degrees
Fahrenheit, lo-es for a time a de
rroe of its sweetness and density.
No one, who, fatigued by over,
exertion of the body oi mind, has!
sver experienced the reviving in-
fluence of a. tumbler of this bever
age, heated as hot as it can be
dipped, will willingiy forego a re
coil to it because of its being
tendeied somewhat less acceptable
to the palate. The promptness
with which its cordial influence is
felt is indeed surprising. Some
portion of it seems to be digested
and appropriated almost immedi-
atolr,and many who fancy that!
tnev need alcoholic
when exhausted by fatigue, will
find in this simple draught an
equivalent that will be abundantly
satisfying and far more enduring
in its effects.
':01i,' but they say to me, 'you
take away immortality." I do
not. If we are immortal it is a
fact in nature, and we are not in
debted to priests for it, nor to
Bibles for it, and it cannot be de
sto3'ed by unbelief. As long as
we love we will hope to live, and!
when the one dies that -we love we
will say: "Oh! that -we could meet
again,"' and whether we do or not
it will not be the work of theology.
It will be a fact in nature. T
would not for 1113- life destroy one
tar of human hope, but 1 want it
o that when a poor woman rocks
a cradle and sings a lullaby to the
dimpled darling, she will not be
eompelled to believe that ninety
nine chances in a hundred she is
raising kindling wood for hell.
7?. Cr. TngcrsoH.
It is not generally known, but
statistics demonstrate the fact, that
Ezra Meeker, of Puyallup, is the
largest hop raiser in the United
States. This year he will gather
a crop from D3 acres, the yield
from which is estimated at 150,000
pounds. Next year he will have
about 120 acres iu hops alone.
He has been offered 43 cents per
pound for his entire crop, but this
offer has been refused, as he he ex
pects to get at least fifty cents per
pound for them before the season
is over, ne is now preparing to
gather his crop, but the work of
picking will not commence before
the 15th of next month. Seattle
The doctors tell us wc should
eat less beef and more fish. Tf the
price of beef keeps on going
heavenward we will be compelled
to live on a few of the broiled lies
the boys bring home, because that
is about all our fishers ever bring
back. People would eat more
fish if there were more fish
A man in Georgia lost ;t gold
collar-button two years ago, and
recently the missing jewelry was
found in the fat of the digestive
organs of a slaughtered cow. IJow
the cow got under the bureau in
the bed-room, where a detached
collar-button always rolls, is an
It is snid that anex.oeIliBIlfch.arfmP,0?ue5tion'titeTda,
and mi cx-Wnshincrtoniaii. hot h
monftrc congressional candiaatesj.
in California thic ve.ir.
An nhl hmrllnril cirethm unt EnR conterence is hem at Albany, cretmn or H-iivn : Mirny or in.rm; tongue;
I1 OIU lUllUlOril s35 mat HOI n m bnaln vert fnl, particularly in Hip morn- FIRST OIjASS
mr.rp linn nno.hnlf tho r-nsTorn 's VC.ur. and bewail W f-dntsdav In:;; ept-eiHe nrht!ct -oinrtlmr-. tori- --... -wr-.- - .
more man ono-nan tne eastern! . . rini., ,v,tti a wmwinK un-hioii of iiio JE'iCtXlX'tgr JEdLOTJLS,
si'mmop liotfk will ,Pini. lncc thiviJHSt, Atl. "2.id. Bl.-hop Hurst IS str.ir.nHi ; at oiliers,cntucly one; flectln?
Summer liOlClb u ill ecapt lOSS tni, J ? . , ' pains n theKfiuin.h; occasional imusra ud furnishe m firM -class snle
ennenn n.ir ninr iliin rtno in fi vp I expPOtcd to pre-iUP. I he OresfOll ' ami vomit Ins: iolpnt iin. throughout
season, nor rinw tnan one xn nci i . , , ... . ? tuoix!iim.u: ijuutI-irrcsuinr.nt limps ,,vsrFi: nor coi-rKK tea ftc
imoI1 i.iv.r.t .conlcrence includes within its itir- coiv.-; siooN iimy, not unirefiipntly ".... ll L ""v r-1'-
1CKI ct plOIU. J imsMw 1th blel: lt.lSyMVolIeiiunUh.ml: at ill K
t A i)iettv iirl of uio;litecii, neat. , , ? . ,
i. , . ..." . Miiston lorntorv Iyinff west of t lie
(in dress and polite in manner, is a!,.. , ". , ,
, , i , . -, , -.i , Cascade mountains. Its inctuber-
nootoiacK in itaiveston. iie nas
ia cliair at a treet corner,
I makes J53 to -0 a day.
On a Denver man's door was?
chalked, "The handsomest man in
("!n1nriihi livoi hiiv:" nnd tlio.
.... , e
writer of i. has been sued for
damages, because it was intense j
:'Vou dog of a printer," cried
1 he enraged poet,
you have not
UUUV.IIUUUU my wm;iu iv .til.
"Ye-, but you see, sir. I am not a
...,....i,T ..... ..,. ., n
pointer I'm a setter,5 replied the!
C. A. Welton, auditor of the
J)es Moines and Fort Dodge rail
road of Iowa, who, on the 34-th
instant, killed himself at Prince
ton, 111., with a revolver, had five
wives, all livinjr.
Xathaniel Baker, of Lnincncc '
Incc i i ttinn tclirk Imic iV.iirrlii
-'"'" " "" ' "" "-." j
and bled for his country, and
doesn't want :i pension. For con-'
science' sake, he asks that lus!jsll0t cjrpct-y responsible to the
name be j-trickcn-froni the pension n0Ci nje
Dick Little, who. gave informa- L. , . ,
, r formerly tcccivcd an income
tion against the James gang, to! r , . , , ,, ,.
wiucn ne at one time belonged,
has been arrested for complicity
in the robbery of a United Stales
paymaster at Mussel Shoals, Ala., i
in March, 1SS1.
A recent marriage at Dover, X. 11.,
was of a couple who plighted iroth
twenty years ago.- He has been
after his fortune in Colorado gold
mines, and she has been teaching!
patiently at Dover, love letters go-1
ing to and fro all the time.
A preacher in Tennessee tried
to establish a church in which there
should be no member who used
tobacco or any beverage but water?
and his only congregation was an
old woman who chewed slippery
elm, and believed in catnip tea for
A bill i- before the "Wyoming
legislature to give women all the
political rights of men, and make
them equal before the law with
jjterner su.. u is mimical.
that the twelve yeais1 experience
there of woman suffrage has been
successful and proven its iustiee
There have been imported into
New York city recently from
Egypt 10,000 barrels of onions.
This is said to be the first impor
tation irom mat. remon, tne irar
dens of Bermudas and Portugal
having hitherto supplied tlie de-
j ficiencies of our home fields.
The Indiana .supreme court has
overruled a petition for a rehenr
ing in the Purdue College frater
nity case. The opinion of Judge
Niblack, that the college authori
ties have no right to exact apledge
from a student that he will not be
a member of a secret fraternity
during his.conneclion with the col
lege, is sustained.
"Why don't you send your chil
dren to school, Ike?" asked the
superintendent of public itistru
tion of an old colored man.
"Wall, boss, Vs tiied dat school
business and it won't work."
! "How's that?' "Wall, you see,
my son s been sttiaym' Tithmotic
fttr some time, and tother dav I
axed him what was de county scat
ob 'Africa, and he couldn't tell me.
When a boy studies 'rithmetic
fie vuars and can't finger out
u h UUUi tul l," ,t:r 4- 'JV"
. -md ln he's sUhIvi.t stronomv in a brick
auu ,-aiv j ..."., -; ,
11I nTif1irlnt:5varcl' AriCOTtSmc irUVfJCr.
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1 lie annual session of the Ore-
ir!irf irvit nil rtf 1 lnrrin itirl flCli
ship now numbers (51 ministers and j
I,S10 laymen. j
A woman jrivino; the name of
'Catherine Tanncy, who s-av. she is
a sister of the late Chief Justice
iTanev, applied recentlv to the
. . - .
'rtrttitW. ctman nf oi.rh.ii t sf tl.A tri
JV.W....VJ OiljJWIl.H.liUVIIl w. ...v. j;v.i.
at Troy, for aid. She voys her
daughter at Cincinnati writes for a
nowspaper, and another daughter
is the wife of Colonel Hudmen of
Newport, Ky. She was sent to
the Albany alms house.
The genn of free government
J lies in the fact that the voice of
the people can, if it will, be the
potent factor in moulding its Jaws,
and representatives chosen to exe
cute this voice, should be directly
j responsible to the people; hence
lcl tcd anv flirthpp than ,w
i. . . .
nas a control over tne people m-
mjcftl to lhe bcjt i:Uerest5 of froe
overnment. because such a nower
tj ' i
rp. -,.. . ,.... -r
licenses to liquor dealers. Under
the new order of things iu that
state this revenue is lost. An in-
igenious official has hit upon the
plan of taxing the sale of lemon
ade, soda, and other beverages al
lowed to be sold. A charge of
$30 a year is to be exacted, with a
' fine of 1 to 100 for violating the
The southern Mates havinir "rone
'seriously to work at last, lo ee
what tliero is in the ailvico to laist
their own corn, will astoni.-h the
world with this yar8 crop.
Sanguine estimatci; predict, fully
125.000.000 bushels in Texas alone,
and it is confidently expected that
instead of iaisinr bailev half
;enoughto supply iu own uants,
ithe Lone Star state will ciul at
least yo,000,000 bushels oi it sur
!.. 4 Qf r .,;.
iMiia in j i JiiKic
The location of u line of rail-
..-.! r...., c.ni.. . . ...:.i.
1 1 uuvi mjtii vjciiiu: iu i.iuuv:ii tiuii
the Northern Pacific road has been
completed, and the engineers and
surveyors have been ordered bade
on the Green River line. All
that remains now is for Mr Vil
lard to put a force of men to work,
as he has promised to, and push
the road through by the first of
next January. A good route font
road was lound, and the cost of
construction will not be nearly so
much as was at first expected.
Seattle P. I.
The Rev. Mr. Brand, of Obcrlin,
Ohio, whose sermon about drug
gist Branson, a sly .rumseller, has
led to a suit for damages, wound
up the discourse by addressing
Bronsou thus: JGood men shall
breathe freer at thy death, and ut
ter thanksgiving when thou art
gone. Men shall place thy grave
stone as a monument and a testi
mony that the plague is stayed;
and as, borne on the blast, thv
guilty spirit whistles towards the
rrafAC nf lir.ll Mm liirlrtniic t-lirirkbc
a..v. v,. ....., n.v, ...v...., -j, ...ww
of those whom thou hast destroyed
shall pierce ihee hell's fi ret wel-;
A delicious odor is imparted bv
Floreston Cologne-, which ii alwnv3
refreshing, bo matter how freely used.
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
utcr",iv is pale nnJ leadeu-
nreasjonal Rushes f n eir-
onrn erPxd 'j'Ol on one or both eheclis;
:i.e eyrs ee-.mt-dull: the pupil dilate;
an nzure scmirlnle ran' 11I0U3 the lower
eve-lid; l he m-o i .iritnted, strells ami
mctisao Meeds; a swelling of the upper
lip: oecnMonnl headache, wuh lmiominij
" ""io " i." -.. ..-..
. ..-k.ki.r nr ttA o.. . iitiiiftm .-
UlUurlipil-.li'Cp.wUii grinding of the tivth;
tointtcr variable hut aenorall trrit.ibk-.
f.,,,,,,1 tf pi.;,
nenever iup :novp .vmpioin are
in:, r. .m-LAMis vkkmivlmm:
v-II! oiTtainly pflppt a oinv.
In burins rriiilFiisr be sun jmi :
the irpiiuinc DK. C. MrLAXK'S 1 KIHU
rtH.i:, manufactured by riciniiij; ttro-,..
21 Wood Sticet, "Pittsburgh, Pa. Tli.
maikct r full or counterfeit. You v. ill
be jfcht if it ha the signature r llem
ln;r llrot. and CMcHnnc.
If your storekeeper doo not hint tj.e
aenmuo, pleaw reiort to us.
eml us a three cent stamp for 2 ii-.n.!-oiuc
FLEXING BROS., Pittsburgh. I'a.
A. M. JOHNSON,!
iuALEr.TN - 1
SHIP CHANDLERY I
Groceries, Provisions, Cheese,
BUTTER, ECCS, ETC.
C'ANN'ED G003XS OF ALL KINDS.
Blocks, Hemp and Manilla
Salmon Net Twines,
Drilling, Jib Hanks,
Clew Irons, Thimbles, Mast
And all other things neciU-d to lit out eM-K
of all hindc. '
NKXT DOOR TO PYTHIAN HALL
King of the Blood,
Is not a urc all.' it isa blood-purifier and
loin, denuiges lhe cireulatlon. and this "in-
duces nianv iiiMinlors. knonn bv different '
names to (iKtiiiuWi tnem aceordmplo ef
fects, but beln;; reall lininche nr phases f
that creiit cencric ilL-order. Iiiiiinritv m
Jllood. fcuch are I)uc)ui, MUlmv,ir,
I Lxrtr Complaint. Contttpatluii, Xerrati Jjia-
oraav.jiaiaaciic, iiaci.aciie, fieiaral H cat.
uoe.i. Warl MtiM, Uropy. Kiilm i JhVt tut ,
I'lh'K, llUcumatim, Catarrh, ScrttiuUi, Sl.lu
D'HOiilcr., i'm?7u'. Ulcer.. SiccIUmj. Ar.. i
vr. nins i i in- itiuoii pn'veius ami
cures tliase byaUacklnjtthe rmw, Impitritv
In eallinjj it "the most khuuk-' and efiirieiit
prepanition for the pi.rp.vse' s..ld bv Drug-
lasts. WlKrbol Re. fcee testimonials. dhvc -
lions. &c.In paniphler. 'Treatise on Di-eases
oi un jaooti. wrnniiouaioiumeaeii iwiue.
, SON & Co.. Piops
aftH-;iaV" a aSmap.7P:
h10? - ?.1.1 le! J l" tlu- hair.u'raj.
aim i-iuut oi ineiu inclines n iu iicn
j prcinaturelj. Ayim s ll vu: Vioei: will
iv.y. "V" Ul "'v " " iLU ,r
to a rich brown or deep black, as ma
he. desired. J t. softens ami clean-es the
scalp, giving it :ihcallh. action. J t re
moves and cures dandruff and humors.
By itsit.-e falling hair is checked, and
a new growth will he produced in all
casts where the follicles are not de
stroyed or the glands dcea ; ed. IU ef
fects are beautifully shown on brashv.
weak, orsiekly hair, on which a few ap-
nitrations will jnoduec the gloss and
ircsiiness i jmun. Harmless aim sure t
in its operation, it is incomparable as a
riicssiug,amtiscsiibciall valued for the
.soft lustre and rlchnos of lone it im
parts. It contains neither oil nor dve. '
and will not .soil or color white cambric:
et it lasts long on the hair, and keep.s it
fiOsh and vigorous.
I-Yu: Sai.ilkv am. I)i:i.i i.-s.
A cough, cold or .sore throat should be
stopped. Xeglectfrcqaentlj results in
an fncuntble lung disease or consump
tion. irwn s ijroncuiai troches do not
disonler the stomach like cough s nips
and balsams hut act dircclh on the in-
llamcd parts. allaing irritation, give
relief in asthma. lrouehiti. coughs,
entnn b. mid Die ihrnnf Trnnl.l. fl?!l,.
singers and public .speakers art- .subject
to. For thirty years lirown's hionchial
troches have been recommended bv .
physicians, and alwajs ghe perfect
satisfaction. Having been tested bv
wide and coii.st.iut use for ncarlv an eii
liie generation, they have attained well
niented rank amomr the few slni.le !
remedies of the ace. ijoldat 2."centsal
oox evert wnere. i
-A Nasal Injector tree with each j
bottle of Shiloh'.s Catarih. Reined v.
Price .-.0 cent. Sold by W, E. UcnicnL '
A Varied Performauce.
Many uondcr how Paiker's Ginger.
tonic can perforin such" varied cuius,
thinking it cs&cnce of ginger, when iu
fact it is made from man3 valuable
nieatcines wntcn act Dcueiicinlly on
everj' diseased' organ.
SiitLons Curi: will inuncdiatelv
relieve Croup, whooping cough anl
Dmnchitis. bold by W. E. Dement.
Shiloh's Catarrh iicmcdy a posi
tive cure for Catarrh, DIptfieria and
Canker Mouth. Sold by V..DeinenL
ROSCOE'S FIRST CLASS
Oyster Saloon. &
cniiNAMus strrrt. astorlv.
miiE -.-.ndersioxed is pleased , TO
A announce to tin Jpuolic that lie ha op-
. Ladies and bent s uyster Saloon,
,.,. .,..-. t.T.T...'
, t'JlKNAAll .s STl.Eirr.
PliMM & ve me a i'a!l.
ROSriMZ DIXON. Propilftnr
Wilson & Fisher,
Iron. Steel. Coal. Anchors.. Chains.
TAR, PITCH, OAKUM,
WRoronT AND CIT GALVANIZED
a,K-c p ,,ils a,,rt "
Shelf Hardware, Faints and Oils
Rl'bbcr md HemP PacMn(l f n Kinds.
n.oirc xxi jiirr, fi:i:i.
Ai;ent for S.uVm nourini; Mills.
s Comer Chenaiuu- and llainilton .Streets
4ST0U1 A. OREGON.
1J. B. FKANKLTN,
, Conic r Ci.s ami Sfjuenioqlie btreeta,
ASTORIA. ... - ORCGOX
VIWIAV fiU 4 I1I7U
T I IN J M 11 O iX iV J EiO
I'lnln ami Faney
I -,., .
OF ALL KINDS!
u,is i.,,ii. u. li,. ht-st stln from
. ' V-, , ' SSl 3l l0 ironi
, 0 . ,. , ,
' satisfaction Gnnvanteeit.
MR ft. GMOO. rajLLEU.
Next door ao Weton HouiC.
H.ivitilati iy returned froiuRtittshrohmi
Ida. is tn !). round at his
OI.D STAND IV URVVS RUILDINC
Where he i doing
riJtT-ri,i!v ivoick o.m.v.
p.. k. si i: i:s.
C. S. RROWN
Where oti will ibid all the standard works
r the day, and a constantly ehaiiRins
stock of ui cities and lane
articles we keep the
het assortment of
, Pnrttof Q -iLo
' X riaiuca,
Sheet Music, Bijou
terie, & Celluloid
Goods, etc., etc.
It P. STKVKN5 & CO.
NEW BOAT SHOP.
I'll Stairs over
V KXIT A FKHC'IIKX'M
FIHST-CLANS 1VOKK DOXK.
Sl'w particulais iiiquiie at shop.
John Rogers, Central Market,
Has receded n large imulcu or
BARRELS AND HALF JiARRELS
of the beat ituallty.
And is now ready to supply Butchers Can
nerles and all others, cheap for cash.
A. McKINNIE, Manager.
For Oregon. Washington and Idaho TarritorjM.
4l IK i:-l2 FIRST STREET. l'ORTr.AH. OK.
CHAS. UODO K, of Ileilco. Davis & Co.
JAiIE3STEKI.. Cashier First Xational
: National Rank.
J. A. STROWRRITXli:. WhO'C-a!e Leather
C.A.DOLPH.of Dolpb. Rronauh, Dolph l
Col. J. McCR-VKEX, of .1. Md.:rakcn & Co.
r. G. R. NOTTAGR, .M. D.. Kaininerand
01 P N ?
c w 4
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9 I o
5 " n s
o o l '
p r S
S. ARNDT & FERCHEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
All kinds of
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repalrins
FOOT OP IAFAYET1K .srRKLT.
"ASTORIA IRON W0RKS. "
IlKT0xSn:i.rr, NkakIPakkki: HounK,
ASTORI A. -1 ORRGON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
I IV IJ1 11
Boiler Work. Steamboat Work.
and Cannery Work a specialty.
Or nil ItCMerlptloiiM male to Order
at Short Notice.
A. D.Wam. President.
.1. G. Hr stlkk. Secretary
I. "W. Cask. Treasurer.
John Post, Superinteudent
WILLIAM EDGAR,w.T BVKN1EY'
Comer Main and Chonaiaua Streets, , ATJ'OKXEY AT "LAW.
AaTOP.f A OREGON j &)' ho found at the, Court House.
dkalke m pi H. BA13T Wt Co7t
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.r u
Tim Celebrated l Ooor. IVlBdews, llaa. If
uwacrn kuuukko at auno
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
AND THE GENUINE W0STENH0LM
and other Kngluh Cutlery.
9 JkCa.TAJlXKJBtJC.X &
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS
Genuine Meershaum Pipes, etc,
A Que stock of
! Watches and Jewelry, Htuszlc aul j
Kreeeh JLeadlHa- Shot Ghiih anil
Kitten, Kevalverx, PJstolM.
AlJiO A KIXK
Assortment of line SPt'OTACIJiS and EYE
mHE UNION PACKING COMPANY OF-
X ferarewitrdof Uftv dollarsfor the re-
covery of the bodies of either of the tu o men
it. S. RUPJiRLL. of Kaapp. Buira& Co.
W. W. .SPAL'LDING. PacJce aadiCalUe
.VNDRCW ROUPJtTS, of Fiahel & Robert.
- 'JOHN CRAN. of John Cran & Co.
u. m. w iDen:. Roots ana Shoes
JOS. nrnKlI ARD. Burkhard & Suauldln.
J. K. OIIX. of J. K. GUI & Co.. Stationer.
' PRANK ZA NO VICH, of Zan Brotheifc
Each of the above men has HO.WOlasur-
nncc In this Company. "
SW 5 9
0 BUSINESS CARDS.
AL'CTIONKKR, COMMISSION ANT
Tlt. a. V,. NHAFTKJL
: Jfc ' rMTMCtAM m 4
L-rs?i;-iv2S.sf ?;r .sjt
DIxeaHeM of the Tkrat a.f4ialljr.
Office over Cona'3 Drug Siore.
I.O F. PAREKB.
Clatep C:ouBiy,ajiCIt7f Atria
Ofnce :- Cheuamus street, Y. L C. A. hall,
Room No. 6.
I'. A. ComwLviIeiier, NoUry laMlr, al
t Afceut lor the ILunburc-Bremen Fire las. Co.
1 of Hambunc, Germany, and of the Trav-
iclers' Life and Accident las. Co., of X art
W0fflce in Pj thian Building. Rooms 11, 12.
j ii n. WIXTOJT,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
jtjrOAice in Pj thian Eulldiu. Rooms tl) P..
ASTORIA, -..- ORKGON,
A.Y TUTTIiE, X. .
PHYSICIAN AND SUBGEON
j OrpiCE Over the "White Honsa Store,
. Rkmdenck Over KlbersonVi Bakery, op
posite Darin & Myers' Saloon.
A L. XJiTO.V. M. .
i PhMleiaa mi4 Smrseea.
OKJTCK-Over A. V. .Ulen's grocery store.
Rooms, at the Parker House.
"P P. IIICKM,
" PENT18T, .
ASTORLV, - - - - OKGOM
j Rooms in Allen's buUdhu; up suUw, eoruer
; of Cus and Sgemocqhe streets.
I Q. A. BOWL.BY.
I ATTOKNEY AT LAW.
! Cheuamus Street. - ASTORIA. ORKOoa
All kinds of Oak Lumber, Glass, Boat Ma
Turning and Bracket Work
Steam Mill near Weston hotel. Cor. Ban
j evive and Astorstreets.
Most Complete Stick ! Astoria
FrultttBoth Frelgaait4 0aietlc
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