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THE SAN FRANCISCO
BOARD of HEALTH.
We, the members of the Board of Health of t!io.
City and County of San Francisco,
Cordially approve and recommend the
Royal Baking Powder. It is absolutely
pure and healthful, composed of the best
ingredients, of the highest strength and
In our judgment it is impossible
make a purer or stronger Baking Powder
than the Royal.
Jos. R. Davidson, M. D.
Henry M. Fisku, M. D.
Chas. McQunsTEN, M. D.
T. J. Lf.tournex, M. D.
Mcmlvrs San Frjticisco 'BojrJ of Hulib.
So Nerd of Utile.
It was une of the faculty in St. Law
rence college who many years io an
swered the question of a horrii'.eil Eng
lish lady as to what form of discipline
the school adopted when men aud
women wore allowed to study together:
"The college has no rules, madam.
The youiiji women don't reqnire any,
ail they discipline the young men with
tb'ir very presmce. We really have
nothing to do about it."
Henry HI of France p&inteil his
face and usod all kinds of cosmetics,
wearing at night a mask and gloves
steeped in pomade.
JUST A LITTLE
pain neglected, may become
lust a little
may make a cripple.
Just a little
may make serious inflammation.
Just a little
may make an ugly scar.
Just a little
will get a bottle of
ST. JACOBS OIL,
A PROMPT and PERMANENT CURE.
Years of Comfort against Years
of Pain for
JUST A LITTLE.
A ropy of the "Official Portfolio of tho
World's Columbian Exposition," descriptive
of Building and grounds, btuutilnlly Illus
trated, in water color ertecta, will be. sent to
any address upon receipt of 10c. in pottage
rcamps by The Chables A. Yogeler Co.,
It's Just as Easy
To grow Choice Flowers as it Is to grow
common ones if you START RIGHT.
Hither on of the following collections Is a garden
In itself, and your garden Is not complete without
them. They are all beautiful and fashionable flow
ers and the plants are all strong, healthy and poj
grown, and sent, postage free, ior the price named.
IDE TOW BOPIIK BMCTIOI OF SWEET PEAS
Compritittq It Dutinct VaHctia. A Large Packet
oj Seedt of each for fl.M, or a Packet of Setde of
tit lanu vartetiu mixed for only 10 cent.
,2 Roses $1.00 V5L""
19 Carnarlona ftl.no tabibttm
12 Pelargoniums $1.00
12 Chrysanthemums $1.00
Flower or CCCrjC B Cbolc Varieties ot Elthu
Vegetable OCCUw (row owa or oar salaotua)
for ojie DOLLAR.
SHERWOOD HALL NURSERY CO.
V i, tar. Saosome t Clay - - San francta, hi.
I rise above its
source. A man
' can't sell at the
price he pays
HERE EiCH I'll.
merchant In a
buys from some
large city store
like ours, that buys from the manufacturers.
He can't sell to you at our prices, neither can
he offer you such an assortment as ours. Ging
ham is something everybody uses. Make a trial
of sending to a large store to us for it. Send
us $1.25, with a description of what you want
light, medium or dark colors, a Scotch stripe,
plaid or cheek and we'll mail to you, postage
paid, a 10-vard dress pattern, showing the newest
styles and a quality of Gingham that we ask
you to compare with any purchased elsewhere
at the price. Our Spring Catalogue is a finely
illustrated buying guide, which we send free at
request. OLDS OL KING, Portland, O .
No one thinks
of buying a
First and Morrison streets, Portland, Or., be
cause he keeps the largest stock, buys cheaper,
and can and does therefore sell cheaper. Field
Glasses and Hall Clocks offered at special priceB.
ITCHnrO TILE3 knovm V-7 trointmt
like perspiration, cause inU-t3c hcIhes
whpn -warm. TI:ia form ard BLIKI.
BIiE-EDINOor tilOTUUDING FLLlJ
YIELD ATONCR TO
D?t. BO-SAN-KO'S PILE REMEDY,
which acts directly oti par3 r.ffcctetj,
absorba tumors, allays ltchinr, effect I sr
a pfrmanrtntoure. I'ricV. DrucgfuU
Or D?. Eoaaako, rhilstielpiua, Pfc
ConsnmptlTea and people
who hare weak lungs or Asth
ma, should use Piso's Cure for
Consumption. It has cared
thousands, it has not Injur
ed one. It is not bad to take.
It is the best cough syrup.
Bold everywhere. S&c.
Thronsh that Ion dark stretch of a
thousand years lying between the Fifth
and Fifteenth centuries the greatest
luxuries were books. Si costly were
they that it was next to impossible for
any but the richest to procure such ex
pensive treasures, the more' the pity,
since but inches of information, so to
apeak, remain to toll the story of their
worth and the tale of wonderful Kar
niture, both bindins? and ornamentation
revealing the peculiarly rich and varied
handicraft then in vogue.
Much of the transcribing of the period
was done by residents of religious
houses; boards of hard wood, over which
leather was stretched, inclosed these
precious treasures, and further protec
tion by metallic corner pieces and mass
ive clasps preserved the leaves from in
jury. Literary treasures intended for royal
households and ecclesiastical dignitaries,
and copies for churches and monasteries
had side casings of ivory on which ap
propriate subjects were carved in silver,
of quaint fretwork pattern, and other
wise distinctively honored by the ad
dition of gold plaques, studded with
gems and jewels. Both sets and single
volumes were carefully incased in boxes
no less expensive than were the brilliant
bindings. Harper's Bazar.
Send Him to a Museum.
Valley City has a curiosity in horse
flesh that is simply astonishing. H.J
Hamlin, one of our horse dealers, ship
ped in from Montana a car of horses, or
broncos, as they are better known. In
this lot was one that he could not sell,
owing to the fact that he had none to
mate him. He is a son-el, stands fully
19 hands, or 6 ft. 4 in., from floor to
withers; his legs are !J ft. C in. before
touching the body, and a small bronco
can easily walk under liitn. A man 6
feet in height can't see over his bitck.
even when standing on tiptoe. In length
he is fully thirteen feet, or seventeen
feet from tip of nose to tip of tail. When
standing with his head as ordinarily
checked up a six foot man by standing
on tiptoe can just touch the base of the
car. "Hamlin's Elephant" is the cogno
men he is known by. St. Louis Globe
Democrat New Play Require Capital.
A theatrical manager has a big con
tract on his hands in this age when he
starts out to produce a new play. The
expenses are enormous. "Salaries," said
one of them, "are in individual cases
higher than ever before. The companies
are larger and the scenery is simply ter
ribly costly. We put on scenery now
which would have made managers stand
aghast in the old days. Transportation
runs up another big account and there
are a thousand and one necessary items
to swell the total. If a play is a failure
it does not take long to sink a fortune in
it It makes a manager turn pale to go
into bis theater and find rows of vacant
seats grinning at him. He knows that
means 'stopT and he can't afford to wait
Very long for the tide to turn." New
Much Won Oil.
lUffgles Don't beg thera Them folks
is wnss off than we are.
Beery Beii They don't show it.
Raggles Oh, I know 'em. They're
rryin' to cut a dash on 3,400 a year and
five children to feed. Harper's Bazar.
Scales in the assay office at Boston
are claimed to be so delicate that
they indicate the ten-millionth part
of a pound.
The world is at once very much
more keen witted and very much
more stupid than we think.
Everybody in America
that wears trousers
knows that KIXfi'HAKE
THE BEST. Send for
rules for self-measure-
Tr.iir, , diiH not a t ihul
...v..,, nil', ftiv a, jit liiai
no tuilorcan surpass and
very few equal. These
trousers are cut by the
highest-priee tailor art
ists on eartn, ana are
made with especial view
to fitting fat and lean persons made to fit all
shapes These and WHITE'S HATS are what
we pride ourselves in leading with. If you
want the best hat on earth under our personal
guarantee, send us your size, weigh tana height,
and we'll send you the best hat on earth at $V
fl. B. STEIJlBflCH & CO.,
First and Morrison, Portland. Or.
Oregon Blggq Purifier.
KIDNEY LIVER DISEASES. DYSPEPSIA.
X PIMPLES. BLOTCHES AND SKIN DISEASES
1 ItTKJCADACHO C03TIVCNESS.
I fill I Vl
HOW A BRAVE YOUNQ SOLDIER MET
A CRIMINAL'S DEATH.
Tata of a Popular Captain of Oaalr In
Meiloo Story of til Kifrutln ami th
ClrcittuManer That Led l
Shooting- A Powerful Picture..
Monterey, In tho stnteof Ncuvo lioon,
has been the theater of many military
tragedies, but th shooting of Savntor
Eotnperron, second lieutenant of the
Mexican cavalry, was the middest that
had ever darkened the annals of the utato.
A brief history of the event which ltxl
to this execution is necessary to a proper
understanding of the case.
A company of tho Thirteenth regular
cavalry was ordered to do special duty
at Cadoroyta, a small town on the (lulf
road. The company was in command of
a first lieutenant and the deceased. A
dispute arose between the officers, and
Lieutenant Kstuperron, fearing, us his
friends say, that his life was in danger,
drew bis pistol, but did not shoot at bis
superior. It is claimed that ho snapptnl
the pistol, but it missed lira For this
offense he was placed under arrest and
tried by a general court martial and sen
tenced to death.
There were extenuating circumstances
admitted, and the case was carried to
tho highest federal courts. Pending a
decision the first officer of the company
was shot dead in tho portals at Monterey
by ono of his soldiers, and the soldier.
while yet the smoke was curling from
his weapon, was shot down by the wtj
tain of the company.
Whether these deaths affected the par
dotting power or not will never be known
but tho finding of the court was ap
proved, and powerful personal appeals
by persons intimately associated with
President Dx were unavailing. The
death warrant was signed and carried
tnto execution That the officer was ad
mired by tho people and dearly loved in
his regiment was well known by the
authorities, as precautions taken by the
commandant of the department were
THE DEATH SCENE
The time of the shooting was kept a
profound secret. The cathedral clock
chimed 4. There was a sharp bugle
call, a hurrying of mustering feet, quick
commands and rapid evolutions, and in
a few moments the garrison fell into
line. Tho gate in the rear of tho bar
racks was opened, and the Thirteenth
cavalry, in full marching order, on foot,
issued forth, followed by their band
with mufiled instruments. The Fifth
cavalry followed, and then the Fifth in
fantry. They formed a square, three
sides of which consisted of the resjKvt
ive regiments. The fourth was the wall
of the barracks. The general command
ing the department and statT took up n
position in the center. When the troop?
halted the commanding officer called
"Attention;' "Fix bayonets:" He then
announced the sentence, and added:
"If any man moves in the ranks or
gives any expression of sympathy with
the prisoner or fault with the sentence
he shall be committed to prison from
one to five years, depending on the
gravity of the offense."
The silence as of death fell upon the
soldiers and the few spectators who were
allowed to be present. Afar off the
church bell tolled the knell for the dy
ing. The early sun just gilded the
mountain peaks that rise like giant sen
tinels around the historic city, and one's
thoughts went back to the dull gray
morning, long ago, when an American
soldier knelt upon his coffin and met a
bloody death almost on the same spot.
Great white wreaths circled the higher
bills. It is now 4:43. From out the gate
issued a company of the Thirteenth, ut
its head a prisoner, and by his side a
priest With a firm tread and a proudly
lifted head he inarched, never faltering
or halting, but with a bright smile upon
his face he looked the least concerned
of the party.
FACINO DEATH BRAVELY.
Be halted at a small marked elevation
twenty feet from the barracks wall. His
company filed past and formed in front,
four files deep. Two lines advanced,
halted, and one still advanced. There
were six men in each line. The firing
party thus consisted of six men in the
front line within ten feet of the prisoner,
and the second line within fifteen feet.
The other two lines formed a reserve.
The death knell tolled, and the clock
struck 5. The officer advanced to band
age the eyes of the prisoner, but the lat
ter waved the officer aside and said:
"I have looked too often in the face of
death to fear him now."
"It shall be as you wish," said the
captain as he took his place at the left of
the firing party. Taking of! his hat the
prisoner surveyed the assembled troops,
looked once at the sun tipped hi'ln, and
said to the firing party: "Shoot straight
for my heart, but do not strike my face.
Adieu." And bringing his hand to the
position of "Attention" he awaited the
There was a slight flash of the cap
tain's sword. The guns came to.
"Ready!" Another flash. "Aim!" The
blade drops. Six sheets of flame dart to
ward the prisoner, who sprang into the
air with three bullets in his heart. The
surgeon took his wrist. The captain
gave a quick command, a soldier stepped
from the ranks, and placing his rifle to
the prisoner's head, fired. In less than
fifty seconds from the drop of the sword
Lieutenant Estuperron was dead.
The bugles sounded. The troops filed
past the body; it was put into the coffin,
and the grim tragedy was over and as
brave a man as ever buckled on a sword
had crossed to the "bivouac of tho
dead." Cor. St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
Alasl Too True.
Teacher What can you tell me about
Pupil He wrote books for the lower
forms in classics. Familienblatt
' A Far Sighted Vouth.
"Can you afford to marry?"
"I think so. I have a clergyman friend
who'll do it cheap." New York Epoch.
l.leelril Without New York,
Doforo ISlfJ livo iivsitlontn of tho
UnitiKl Stilton wtw t'hH'teil without
tho tuNiritu.u'0 of tho ntato of Now
York. Thwo wore (loorgy NVtwhitifj
Um (first time), in 17SU; JnmoH Madi
son, in 1S10; Juntos Uiichannn, in
1MU; U. 8. Unmt, in ISM; 11 B.
lluyi8, in ISTit. Ilatlfonl IVst,
A I'nlr Arrangement.
Mr. tiloin ulgo-In my lumso I al
ways t.hvt to hoiul tho pm'ONsion.
Mr, (ilonriilgo - Woll, you havoto
foot tho Villa.- Kato Tiohl's Washington.
I'KKY KNTIMI H'Tt'HK MISKRV,
If there In, In this vnlt til team, a more rllllo
ninrtv ut inUery than the raeiunatli' Iwlnxi', wo
hi yet In hi'ar of It. I'eoi'lo am limit ulth a
tfiKlcney to rht miiallnm, juat aa they are it H
one In eontmitplioii or to robila. Sltithl eaiiaea
limy ileveloii thin. As noun aa tho a.onlliiH
eomilitliil inaulletita line I, rocunriie ulnmlil lit
liml li HoH'elter astomaeh Hlttem, whleh elioekn
lli Ini'thrr tnmiuti. ami ImitUhea I lie rlieiimallii
imlMHi from I lie vyatein, I'lili tltlemo t tallies
etiietly wilh ti'Mil'mony ot phvnie una who have
emiloeil thla tine liloml iloimroiit In I heir iirl
valu iielleo. There la aiao thv amplest inolea
kI nal ami (lenernl testimony ua to Ihe ellleaey
ot the Hitter for malaria, liver eonilalnl, eon
Klliallon, liiilliieatioii kidney tmnlne, nervona
liea ami looa of a'ietilo anit tlenh. After a
KfttliiK', whether (olioivtvl tiy a eohl or not, the
Hillera li naeliil aa a reveiiiivu ol thv Initial
allai k t( rhi liiiintlnm.
tiiiewiril It." Iviinln, you're a (lenllemiui
inula neholar: l IH where yon ruminate?"
" llt'Ktirrn, ami yon nuenxeil it the IUt Inline;
thin is j ist w here 1 room an' ale."
NKUVOIS l YS I' K I'M I A,
Senator James F. Pierce of New York
" For the past two years I have u tiered
very much from an aggravated form of
nervous dyspepsia. I have reported to va
rious remedial agents, deriving tuit little
t'enelit. A tew months sinee a friend
of mine surest etl th i trial of All
cock's PoKiiis Pi.AsTKifS. Following the
suggestion, 1 have heen using tho same
with the happiest t lVeets. To those simi
larly alllicteil let me suggest the manner of
their use. 1 place one over my stomach,
one over the hepatic, region and one on my
hack The client is excellent. From the
day I commenced their use have heen
alow v but surely improving, ami am quite
eontlilent that tiy continuing I shall again
he restoreit to my accustomed health.
A Kansas official minle his iiiother-ln-law his
typewriter. Thla Is the most rcimirkatile case
I neKiiisin on reconl.
KUI'TIKK AN1 PILES UUKKD.
We poaltlvelr cure rupture, pile and all reo
laWUaoaaea without palu or itetunUnti (nun bull
neaa. No euro, no pay. Alao all ViwiW itla-
oaiH. Adilivaa lor pamptuet or, r ortomelcj a
Loaey, MS Market itrovt. Sail rrauctaoo.
To the victor Mong the smll. Tcjus Is full
of victors-please pnsa.thosc sHitl this way.
Our renders will serve themselves by
noticing the remarkable offerings advertised
in another column by the Sherwood Hall
Nursery Co. of Menlo Park and Sun Fran
cisco, who are leaders on the coast iu fur
nishing everything for tho farm and gardeu.
.lagsoii says If most men's consciences shoiilil
talk oil! linnl they wnulil he sueil lor aluiulcr.
Throat diseases commence with a cough,
cold or sore throat "iiruwn' ltrunchitil
Trurhru" give immediate relief. Sublimit
in bxf. Price. '.' cents.
It is sometimes ililtlcult to ilelerinlne whether
a French crisis is a new Issue or the name old
ItKYVAKK OK OINTMENTS FOK CA
TAKIUI THAT CONTAIN M KKC'l'HV,
l. ... ...... HI ......1., ,1 t, ,,u ..I
i l itiri.iiir will niiivi. uvH"j hip ,:m.w3 i
smell ami rnmp'ctc.ly deriniru the w hole system
when eirering It through the mueoiia irfaeea.
U,,, .l,,.. .hmll.1 . ..,,-... lU, ,,U.t,l ft.V..,T, ....
prescriptions from reputable physicians, an the
damage they will do (a tenfold to the K'od yon
ran po-Hibly derive from tln iii. Hall's (,'Mtarrh
Cure, manufactured by K. J. Cticuey iV Co., To
hsio, t) , contain no mercury, and la taken in
terim; ly, acting directly upon the blood ami mii
coiis surface ol the nystcin. In buying Hull'
Catarrh Cure Ut mire yiiu tret the (reiiulne. Il 1
taken Internally and made In Toledo, 0., by K.
J. Cheney A Co. Testimonial free.
IW Sold by druggUl; price, 75 centa per
I'rtinder'N ori'fon lllood I'urlfler la
the best remedy for cleansing your system.
Tit Oikmka for breakfast.
Due Knamellne Stove Pollah ; no dtut, no imell.
That's the way Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets come. And
it's a more important tioint
than you think. It keeps
them ulwnys fresh and reli
alile, unlike tho ordinary
pills in cheap wooden' or
They're put up in a hotter
way, and they act in a better
way, than the huge, old-fashioned
pills. No griping, no
violence, no reaction after
ward that sometimes leaves
you worse oft than before,
in that way, they cure per
manently. Kick Headache,
Bilious Headache, Constipa
tion, Indigestion, Bilious At
tacks, ana all derangements
of the liver, stomach, and
bowels are prevented, relieved, and cured.
They're tiny, sugar-coated granules, a
compound of refined and concentrated vege
table extracts the smallest in size, the easi
est to take, and the cheapest pill you can
buy, for they're guaranteed to give satisfac
tion, or your money is returned. You pay
only for the good you get.
There's nothiag likely to be "just u good,"
The Rugged Olii
is largely an
great benefit from
of cod-liver oil with Hypo
phosphites, a fat-food rapid
of assimilation and almost
as palatable as milk.
Prpnrprt hi Scott It Bnwna. N. V. All rtnirEiat.
N. F. N. U. No. 4808. F. N. U. No. 666
Quick Rollef and Perfect Cure
Mr. C. B. IVfitcfo
I wu o hully uftllclail with aclntlo rhauma
ttsm that I eouhl icarcely more. 1 turd a K'eat
many renintle w lilch did mo no good, A fi land
presented me a holl'e of Mood's t-aisxparllla,
Ulilcli I tiegan to take. The relief wu uulclc
and two tioiilc eiiicil meeompleteljr. 1 author.
Ia the use of my name and porlnilt lit recoiie
mriidlnc Hood's Sarstiparllhi, fur 1 think It a
Ti-ry valuuhle lueillclna. I recommcml It to all
who may be amiciud with rheumatism or old
Hood's a Cures
(tor sores, as I kiniT of a lml y In Ouklitnd who
bai been cured of ulcer by thl wonderful nied.
Uliie." C H. PArnict, No. ai'.S California SL,
BtiMkUm. Cullfornla. tiet HOOD'S.
Hood's Plll act railly, rt pr ptlj and
afticlruflv. on lln lifer and tiowclv Cfie.
tl.twiier Uott hC
Uuo ouut a doao.
Tina (Iriit Coroii rim nniiiii tiv nii
where all other full. Couth, Croup. Sor
Throat, Hoararntu, V hooping CoukH nud
Aathma, Kor Consumption It Tin no rlvul
haa cured thouiaml. and trill et na Y"0 lr
taken lu time. Hold ny Drvinglntji mi a KUiir
antMi. I'"or n Ijtmo Hack or Ch'-t, tio
bHILOH'S BELLADONNA FLAS TK R iV.
SH LP HA CATARRH
Have you i uiai i li 'I'hl remedy la KUnntiu
toed to cure you. rriuu,&OuUi. Xnjeclui treo.
I have been troubled with dyspep
sia, but after a fair trial of August
Flower, am freed from the vexatious
trouble J. H. Young, Daughters
College, Ilarrodsburg, Ky. I had
headache one year steady. One bottle
of August Flower cured me. It was
positively worth one hundred dollars
tome J. W. Smith, l'.M.audOen.
Merchant, Townsend, Ont. I have
used it myself for constipation and
dyspepsia and it cured me, It is the
bestseller I ever handled C. Rugh,
Druggist, Mcchauicsburg, Pa. &
fnrsl!nafirally of nlna children, my only rom
.fly for Couftha, C0M3 and Croup wu onion ayrup. lb
In fust aaeireotlvj to.it ly an It wn fnr'T year ago.
Now my KrandohlMrm ttko Pr. Cliinn'a Onion Hyrtip
whloh la already prepared and mori pleniittnt lo llio
taat. 80M evorywhnro. I.arlfa bottli'a 00 oanla.
Taaosoautntltutafortt, Thoru'a cothing a t'ood.
Are you aiixlouH
litnl nerv iih?
A re ymi trinititeil
liecuuMc 011r p r-
l..,u ur l,.r,...iil,.
II you luive mil iieicleetml alleiuliiiK to I hem ovi r.'l
1111 11 1 1 h h, you can apeeillly i' rellevid wllhoiit Hie
lean, ilmiKcr or Inconveiilence I will forward you
a remedy Kiiaraiileed tri realore the most a. Kruval .'il
chhii, tiy 'c.vpretw, (J. O I) . Cor S.iKl. Ho mil delay, u
there Ik alwiiya liiin(er If iieKlecleil Ion Ioiik. Ad
iUfm all eiinimnnlciillon and remltliinci a In Int.
J. V. I.aMottk, P. (I. Box SSM, Hun t'rauclMco.t ul.
and "VfalTl li II -ti l
utav ji r m mm i.. .
"WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES."
GREAT SAVING RESULTS FRpM THE USE OF
RHEUMATISM CURED BY THE USE OF
Moore's Revealed Remedy.
Astoiiu Oreoon, Jnnnnry 10. I can utato with pleasure that by the nan of
MOOKK'H KKVKAI.KIi KKMKOY Iny hUHhaud wa- lelleveil mm an old eaaeof
KHKI1MA1 ISM and my yoiniKeat hoy ourod entirely of INKLAMMATORY KIIEU
' MATIiSM when the bunt doctor I could got did Ulra no Rood. Y' dim in gratitude.
MRS. N. V. BTKEliK.
BOM) Y YOUR DKUOOIST.
LOOK OUT FOR TRAVELING "FAKIRS
SELLING " CIIEEHE-FRAME "
And reiircsentlng them
"Victors," -Ramblers," "Clevolands," "Ralelghs,
"Rudges," "Sylphs," Western Wheel Works, ttc.
Send for catalogues, club and agents' discounts.
FRED T. MERRILL,
320 Washington Street, Portland, Or.
- Wil l, KIND A KI ' I.I. LINK Or
Printing Material and Machinery
I 'or mile at luvrcut prlcea and niml advutai''un
Palmer & Hey Type Foundry,
Cor. Front and Alder Streets,
Wrlto lor prlcea and lei tin hefoio lniylii else
where. BLOOD POISON
A SPECIALTY. EW&XV
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t ut tiotriMi iHittui'i fur Ohi n,!no -rio mid th
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