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Daily Capital Journal,
BY HDKBR BROTHERS,
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1897.
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Boston's bit? subway Is nboutlltilslied
It costr$5,000,000. An elevated rall
niad Is now proposed.
Mr. Riley, who brought back a for
tune from Klondike, says that, two
years ago ho wa ;i hard drinker and
' was discharged from hi job liere.
' Now he's the Kiley tliey speek (tf so
Until a few years ago the whole
sale prsce of of Ivory was S3 a pound
In conscqiieoce of the opening of new
(dlstricisin Afilcu tocjlinlzat on the
value has fallen to 82. An ordinary
elephant leldn about 120 pounds of
. tnerclian table Ivory.
, An Intfenlom iiic.liaulcal device
, just Invented pastes paper lablcs
on 100.000 cans In 10 hours. Down a
t chute rolls a ceaseless procession of
1. cans, and each can picks up a label
- us It parses
-, Ainew hitching post Is being formed
e of Iron to be soMn the ground with a
slotted top In which a number cf
clamping Jawb are set to grip the rein
or bitching strap after It Is passed
through one of the slots, a lever being
iprovldcd to rIose each jaw tightly.
A new can-opcnei Is made with a
curved pointed blade, with a projec
tion on the lower side of tho blade to
be used as a fulcrum In opening the
can, the point of the knife being
forced Into the tin and pried along by
bearlngdown on tho handle.
American Improvemets are more
and more attacking London. West
"minister and Waterloo bridges and
the Victoria embankment are to be
lighted by electricity, and one of the
reasons for Its use. urged the London
council, was that it would tuako the
city more attractive In the sight of
' rich Amcrlcrns. The proposed Im
provement will cost about $110,000.
Mark Ellis1 Dryer Is booming. Six
men are at work and Mr. Ellis, will be
ready for business Inside of three days.
Mr. Stanzer who is managing the
hop yard on the Bank Edgar place,
north of town, Informed the writer
Monday, that his hops were not dam
aged by the louse, more -than one
tenth, instead of I as has been repor
ted and thatplcking In that yard will
commence In 10 or 12 days.
Mr. Fread, who lives a mile north
east o' Marlon, Is lying in a critical
condition; the second toe of his right
foot, being black as a hat. Dr. Kit
chen, of Stayton, is attending him,
und he says gangrcen is the cause and
ho is suffering the most excruciating
pain, in both of the lower limbs. But
not withstanding all this when the
writer called on him Sunday, he could
loookup with a sweet smile, and say,
Jesus give mo strength to stand all
these pains to the end, that it did
not tuako any difference, as he was
to go or ready to Btay, as God wills.
Lewis Hanson, of Ncwberp, arrived
in Marlon, Monday.
Mr. Hanck, who lives west of the
Marlon hills, has been delivering some
of tho finest peaches hero for 2 days
past, that wo have been prlveleged to
Bee on this coast, price 35 cents per
box or 3 boxes for $1.00
Born August 20th, to Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Gingo, an 8 pound son. All par
ties doing well, and of course they are
somewhat proud of the little fellow.
Cheap Railroad Rates.
The low rate of ono faro for round
trip will be given by tho Southern
Taciflc from any point on their lines
in oregon, to enable all to attend.
Tho people's stao Institution for the
Improvement or agricalturo and tho
mechanical and household arts. Rep
resented In district departments, and
divisions for the intellfgentcxhibltlon
of the various types of horses, cattle,
sheep, swine, and poultry, and many
classes of machinery und implements,
manufactures, und merchandise, mu
sical Instruments, domestic manu
facture women's work, sclonce and
urt. The people of the state are
especially invited to participate. Let
us demonstrate tho capabilities of
Oregon and Oregon people. Ono fare
for tho round trip. Popular admission
of '25 cents, tf
Send for the now style catalog and
guldo book, of tho Drain State Normal
"TTnti nlntnru rrtnvAafrnni OAv lft
j33c.i!xcelent quality at that price, at ,
E'JSdf owprit tuicKei-. uau ana gov .
MplW' " 24-M-lw
.A.v.. -r .Era-....
Marlon County Court for thciMonth of
ROAD AND DRIDQC ACCOUNT.
HE King, lumber $ 9 70
B M Diruick, per contract for
buildlng bridge.... 42 50
J RJordan, building bridge.. 9 00
James McNeill; lumber 14 30
B M Dlmlck, lumber 4 42
Geo Desart, tile 3 70
II M Hlnkle, Rand B 170 40
S II Lewis, shoveling gravel
R M Gilbert, rep bridge . :. .
RE Kirk, nails etc
A B Iludelson, R and B
Gray Bros, nails etc
Gray Bros, R and B
Gray Bros, Rand B 11 75
Gray Bros 2o
J E MeUoy. building bridge.. 1,523 00
Geo J Fryer, rep bridge 10 25
Geo W Hooper 3 38
John W Evans, gravel 12 80
Geo Desart, tile 7 20
J W Forsyth, lumber 10 GO
Jerman& Lyons, lumber.... 23 12
Jcrruan & Lyons, lumber
B M Ditulck, lumber, $0 28cld coa
RDArnett, lumber 10 00
F McClaine 10 00
Viewing and surveying of a county
road leading from a certain point to
Salem and Hall's ferry read:
W II Simpson 3 20
J M Blglo 5 00
H ESmlth 2 80
W H Dorman 2 00
T G Uhesnut 2 00
M Dormac 2 00
B B Dlmlck, Jr 7 00
W J Culyer, R and B" 27 00
A B nudelson, $0.45 eld 5 75
M Small, $10 eld 3 50
H P Boise, gravel 4 55
B T George, build bridge. ... 180 00
E A Flnley, lumber 24 00
Archie Kason, R andB.... 1,117 80
COURT HOUSE AND JAIL.
Sim n White & Co Rep on
Lawn mower $ 50
Sim H White & Co .Rep on
Lawn mower 1 75
FR Anson Rec Light 20 00
Salem Gas Light Co Light . . 19 25
Salem Water Co water 42 25
Wells Latourette C und J. . . . 1 50
F R Wrlghtman bardlng pris
oners 100 22
Stelner Drug Co C and J 21 21
FT Wrlghtman Stamps.. $ 5 00
Cap Journal Pub Co Station
ery 2 50
Statesman Pub Co Stationery 17 45
J II Fletcher Stationery 0 95
The EM WaltePrtCo Sta
tlonery , 18 80
F S Dearborn Stationery. ... 40
Ross E Moorcs & Co Station
ery V 25 00
G P Terrell Stamps and En
velopes 20 50
D S Bentley Pauper $ 1
Ira E Allen Pauper 2
WW Stephens Pauper 103
A M Brown Pauper 3
I C FrlcKey Pauper 3
Salem Woolen Mill Store Pau
Salem Hospital Pauper ....
J N Davis Pauper
A M Clough, coroner, $0.50
.$ 7 25
J N Davis, Comr $
J M Watson R and B Acct. .
J M Watson Comr Acct
Thomas Pomeroy $ 14 00
Western Union Tel. Co $ 33
STOCK INSPECTOR'S ACCOUNT.
SWRead , $ 93 00
B B Ilernck jr $ 4 50
J W Ilobart, $445 eld $ 108 00
State of Oregon vs E Nordyke
S Lnayden $
State of Oregon vs B M noeper:
SL Ilayden 2 50
II A Johnson 7 05
AT Wain 3 00
M I Copps 1 70
MrsB M Iluoper 1 70
State of Oregon ys Henry Lewis:
SL Ilayden $ 2 50
11 A Johnson, 0 20
A T Wain 2 GO
State of Oregon vs Fred Baker:
SLnayden. $ 2 50
11 A Johnson 0 20
AT Wain 180
State of Oregon vs Lewis McKinney:
SLnayden '. $ 2 50
II A Johnson o 20
A T Wain 2 CO
State of Oregon vs Wado nerrick:
G WLco $
State of Oregon vs F J Sullivan:
Stato of Oregon vs L F Gardner:
State of Oregon vs H J Bigger;
S L Haydou ,$
A T Wain
Stwtc r Oregon vs E .Nordyke:
State of Oregon vs John Young;
SLHayden ,.. ,..$
11 .A Johnson.,!M,....,
ATWaln , 180
Stato of Oregon vs M Kress:
S b Ilayden $ 5 00
Ed N Edes 10 00
A C Dilley G 70
Anna Smith 1 70
CoraM Dawson.. 1 70
iContinued on third page.
Oregonlau, Aug. 23: After an
agreement Is reached regarding the
marshal and district attorney the
question of who shall be recommended
for collectors of customs, appraisers
of customs, collector of Internal rev
enue, postmasters at Pendleton, Port
land, The Dalles and other cities will
be taken up, but just how near a joint
agreement will be reached is Involved
In doubt. The sound-money Demo
crats of Oregon, 5000 or more Id
strength, who supported McKinley
and saved the electoral vote of Or
egon being given for Bryan, have but
one request to make of tho adminis
trate i. This has been formally done
by asking that T. J. Black, the pres
ent collector of customs, who was a
stanch supporter of McKinley during
the presidential campaign anl one
wielding great Influence among the
Democrats, who forsook party at the
call of principle, be retained, at least
for a time, in his otlicc.
On the other hand, the two prin
cipal Republican competitors for the
position. T. T. Geer and S. M. Yor,an
were both presidential electors, and
to mako a choice between the two
may have the effect of embarrassing
the delegation. It Is fully recognized
by Republicans that Mr. Gcer is en
titled to somo merited recognition
In return for his unflinching fealty
to party and his effective work as a
Greatly Reduced Rates.
Why not attend the stato fair when
you can buy a ticket for onfr'-fare,
round trip, from any point on tho
Southern Pacific, lines in Oregon.
The Oregon state fair and industrial
exposition will present unusually line
exhibits und attractions in addition
to the numerous track features, and
exciting running races,-with DelNnrto
to lower his record of 2-08 for a purso
of $250. Arrangements are being
made for the iytroductlon of many
new attractions to interest and please
all who attend.
Visitors may prepare to be loyally
entertained. Ono fare for the rouud
trip, and popular admission of 25 cents.
Has Helped Mother.
"My mother has been afflicted With
catarrh and stomach trouble. She
has taken a number of bottles of
Hood's Sarsaparilla and has derived
gicat benefit from it. Wo always
take nood's Sarsaparilla when we
need a blood purlner and we And
nood's Pills a remedy for sick head
ache." Mrs Minnie Sprlggs, Oakland,
Hood's Pills aro tho only pills to
take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Easy
and yet efficient.
Commencing on next Wednesday,
Aug. 25, tho steamers Altona & Ra-
mona will leave for Portland dally
and Sunday at 7. a. m. 8-23-2t
A Pleasant Affair. On Tuesday
evening Miss Viva Boothby. at her
home No. 27 Court street, entertained
a few friends in honor of Miss Addlo
Chamberlain, of Albany, who will re
turn home after a two weeks' visit In
tho capital city The evening was
delightfully spent, vocal and Instru
mental music being followed by nu
merous games, after which refresh
ments were served. At a late hour
the-young people dispersed and will
entertain a pleasant memory of tho
evening that was so enjoyably spent.
Miss Boothby is a delightful enter
tainer. Those present were: Misses
Addle Chamberlain, of Albany; Viva
Boothby, Ethel Raymond and Clora
Pooler; Messrs. E5 Baker, John Mc
Court, John Cochran, Harry Moir and
so common In summsr-Ume,
accompanied by loss of energy,
lack of thought-power, mearfs
a deficient supply of nourish
ment. The vital force is lost.
It isn't a q .lestlon of muscle and
sinew, bat of resistance and
endurance At any age, but
especially in youth, it involves
the risk of lung disease. Loss
of flesh and a cough are threat
of Cod-liver Oil, with the hypo
phosphites, meets these cases
perfectly. It tones up, fattens
In Scott's Emulsion the taste
of the oil Is fully disguised,
making It almost as palatable
Vox aalo at sac. arid fc.oo by nil drurolatt.
Jfrrr Bownk. Hlg. OKateu, tfiW York
for Infant and Children.
The Fac-simile Signature of
Appears on Every Wrapper.
TMC OENTAUn COMPANY. TT MUIKIT STRCCT. MCWTOKK PITT.
Caused by a
1 liver and
UNION PARTY PLATFORM
Adopted at Albany, Otegon, June a
We demand tho free and unlimited coin
age of gold and silver at the ratio of 16 to
independent of the action of any other nation
That the government shall issue all money
without ,the intervention of banks, and in
quantity adequate to the needs of the people.
That all money issued by the eovernment.
whether gold, silver or paper, shall be legal
tender for all debts, public or private.
That no contract or law shall descriminate
against any kind of money issued by the gov
ernment. Wo are opposed to the Issue of United States
interest-bearing bonus in time ot peace.
We demand the redemption of Oregon from
rings, commissions and corrupt methods, and
demand honest elections and election laws,
including stringent registration laws.
We demand that the people shall have th
veto pewer oer all legislative enactments b
the use of the referendum.
We demand the election of all officers by a
direct vote of the people.
We favor and advise that all nominations
for municipal and county officers, including
members of the legislature, shall be made by
We recommend that this party shall be
known as the Union party, and invite all re
form forces of the state to unite with us in
realizing these principles by united efforts,
and we pledge ounelves to unite with such
reform forces in carrying out this bond of
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh Tint
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when enterlnR it
through the mucous surfaces. -Such
articles should never be used excepton
prescriptions from reputable physci
uns, as the damage they will do is ten
fold to the good you can possibly de
rive from them, nail's Catarrh Cure
manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and
Is taken Internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh
Cure be sure you get the gennulne. It
is taken internally, and made in To
ledo, O., by F. J. Cheney & Co., Tes
Sold by all Drugplsts, price 75c. rer
O. C. & E. R. R.
Sunday Seaside Excursion Will Run Sun
day August 15,
And continue to run each Sunday
thereafter during tho season. Trains
leaves Albany 7:00 a. m.; Corvallis
7:30 a. m. Returning leaves Newpor
5:30 n. m.
Fare, Albany, Corvallis and Philo
math, 81.60 for rouna trip, jroinis
west usual rates.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Keed Drops "Muchly."
Bran and Shorts aro cheaper than
corn. Price of mill feed greatly re
duced. Call at the mill for quotations.
Delivered, free In ton lots.
Salem Flourino Mills Co.
Excursion Rates Every Day,
The Southern Pacific now offers ifor
sale round trip tickets from Salem 'to
Newport, good until Oct. 1, for the
price of 84.50. Call on the Salem
agent for same.
tf "W. W. SKINNElfc-
To the taxpayers of Marion ceunty:
Notice is hereby given that the cotnly
board of equalization for Marion county will
convene in the assessor's office in the court
house at 0 oclock a. m. Monday, August 30,
1807,. afld will remain in session during six
consecutive days, as required by law,
All owners of property are hereby tifled
to appear at said time and place and show
cause, if any there be, why the assessment of
Marion county, as taken by the assessor
should not be accepted as correct.
J. W. HOBART,
Assessor for Marion county, Oregon.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
Salem, Marion county, Orefpn, July, 1897.
The county court of Marion county has or
dered the Tax Roll for Marion county Oregon
fiotheycai 1896, closed on Septtmber I,
1897. All taxes will be delinquent after said
dale, All persons paying taxe before that
date will save costs, as at that lime all prop
erty upon which taxes have not been paid
will bo adv rtiscd and sold
F. T. WR1UHTMAN,
Sheriff and tax collector, Marion county.
Proposals wll be received by the Com
mon Council of the City of Salem up to the
hmir of a o'clock n. m. Sentember 7. l8o7. to
fnrnish the City of Salem eighty cords of
large fir wood, the same to be dry and soutm,
and to be delivered at any place within the
corporate limits designated by the (,ommon
council, and not later than October I, 1897.
The right to reject any and all bids is
ED. N. EDES,
Salem, Or , Aug. 12, 1897, 14 !&
Proposals will be received by the Commui
Councilof the City of Salem, up to the I10111
of 4 o'clock p. m., September 7,1897, i
furnish Jthe City of Salem 25 tons soft ga
coke, to be delivered at any place within th
corporate limits designated by th Commo
Council and not later than October I. 1897.
Coke to bo delivered at call of council.
The right to reject any and all bis if
ED. N, EDES,
Salem, Or,, Aug. 12, 1897. 14 d & w
CALL FOR WARRANTS.
Notice is hereby given that there are funds
on hand applicable to the payments of all
warrants of the City of Salem, endorsed on or
before February I, 1896, drawn upon, the gen
eral fund. Please present sa'd warrants for
payment at Ladd & Bush bank, as interest on
same will cease from the date of this
A. A. LEE.53
Salem, August 10, 1897. 14 lod
NOTICE FOR BIDS.
Bids will be received by the commissioners'
court for Marion county at the September
term, 1897, for competent persons to board
and take care of the poor of Marion county
from November I, 1897, during the pleasure
of the court, the county furnishing the farm,
house, bedd'mg and clothing. The court re
serves the right to reject any or all bids.
Bids may be filed with the county clerk until
Wednesday, September 8, 1897, at 4 P- m
L. V. EHLEN,
8 6 d 3t w Id County Clerk.
NOTICE FOR BIDS.
Bids will be received by the commission,
ers' court of Marion county ai the September
term 1897, for furnishing at the court house
twenty(2o)cords of body fir in five ( 5) cord
lot i from any one person also for fiity(So)
cords of pole oak in ten (to) cord lots from
any one person. The court reserves the right
to reject any or all bids. Bids may be filed
with the county clerk until Wednesday,
September 8, 1897, at 3 p. m.
L. V. EHLEN,
8 6 d 3t w td County Clerk.
Academy Sacred Heart,
Studies will resume September 6, 1897.
For particulars regarding boarders and day
pupils, apply at the academy. The music
and art departments furnish all the estentials
tor advanced study.
Salem Steam Laundry
- PleaseJJnpticeJthe cut-in prices
on the following!
Sbrts,, plain,- ,. , 10 cents
Unu'er drawers.... 5 to 10 cents
Under shirts 5 to 10 cents
Socks, per pair.,.,. .;..... 3 cents
Handkerchiefs 1 cent
Silk handkerchiefs 3 cents
Sheets and. pillow slips 24 centsjper dozen,
and othev work in proportion.
Flannels nd other work injj
.telhgently washed by hand,
Col I Olmsted Prop,
From Salem to WHhcrit Snt-Ws. via Silver.
LAVCS Sllvertnn fnr nlm tt ffiry n m
Mondays, Wednesdays ani Fridays, returning
o'clock p, nw -Leaves
Silverton for Wllhoit Serines at
4.3o a. sb., Moad y "Wednesdays and Fii.
dayB, returning to Silverton Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays.
leaves aaiem from westacott's barn.
bare Round trir. from Kilvrrtnn tn iSalam
ft. Round trin from Sslrm In Wllhnif r
Round trip from Silverton to Wilboit $1.50
SO? HARDESTY& MOODY.
C. H MACK.
Hn'cesser to Dr. J. M.PKcene, old White
Comer, Salem, Or. Parties desiring superiot
operations at moderate fees in any branch ar
tn especial request
W0LZ U MIES' KE Proos
Dealars In" all kind of fresh and tall rrea's
Lard in bulk, 7c a lb. Cheapest meal in he
own Try them. 171 Commercial st.
C. M- LANE,
an Commercial St.. Salem Or
pySuits US upwards. 1'antsl tipwandfEj
ISTBNOGlttPIMG AND TVPEWIHIING.
Legal apd comatercial work a specialty
Telephone one-four. Office with Sherman
Conrtit & Park. Grav block. Dictation take
at your office and work returned on '&hot
4 30 t STELLA SHERMAN.
T- H HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Makes a sp-"ialty of fine repair work, Seth
Thomas clocks, etc., 215 Commercial Street
Moots all masl and passenger trains. Bag
gage and express to all parts of the city
Prompt service. Telephone No. 70.
Salem Branch 108 of the Labor Exchange,
are now piepared to furnish at short notice
Sand and Gravel of any grade, and of the
best quality, and in any quantity. Telephone
175. 6 25
SZE D, S, BENTLEY.
If you want to move or want a load ofany
kind hauled or want a load of manure, dirt,
sand or gravel, or cement, lime, hair plaster,
brick or sewer pipe, see D, S. Bentley, cor
ner of Front and Chemeketa streets or ring
up telephono fo. Also wood and coal on
hands at nil times.f Orders promptly attended
"AT iTHE OLD P0ST0FFICE. "
'Family Wine and Liquor Store
Removed from 102 State to 109 Commercial
street. Bottled goods of the best quality.
. VI AVI . .
A home treatment for all forms of women's
diseases also stomach and kidney troubles,
catarrh, nervousaproslration and general de
bility. Hours 3 to 6 p. m. 340 Liberty it.
Call or address
MRS. F. E. ALFORD,
7 8 Manager for Marion county.
J. S. 1IBIGI
State street, near railroad. Freshest' and
best meats. My patrons say I keep the best
meats in town. 2 ii
Insure Your Life
The Independent Order of Foresters
Established for 23 years Membership on
May 1, 1897,1 11,722. Surplus, June I, 1897,
$2,223,326.89. Age limit, 18 to 55 years.
Kates as per age from 60 cents to $3 per
thousand. Twelve assessments yearly. Hal3
your policy on total disability and balance at
70 years or at death. All assessments stop at
70 or on total disability .Services of Court
physician free. Court Willamette No. 145.
meets 1st and 3d 'Mondays of each month,
in Forrester hall, fn Turner block.
Call on or address
FRANK W, POWERS,
8 ioim Secretary.
Dryers new in operation on onr place near
the asylum. Call and see them,
Fruit growers are invited to investlgate,,bes
fore buying or building a drier. Our claims
are: 1. Unlimited capacity. 2, Cheapnes
of constructor 3, Rapid production, 4
Easy, cheapness and simplicity of process I
Write me for testimonials and experience o
growers who are using the Steevens since two
years. Estimates and specifications furnished
orjdriers built. Address
G. A. STEEVENS. Salem, Or.
Ladies Who Valus
A refined oompUslon Eaust use reeoal'i Feir-i
er. It produce RsoKujilbetiI.
1 Mli 111
Our catalogue coo j
subject of underwear, Ai
a copy at our Salem ag
W J' Humja
Comer Ferry and Li t(t J
Newest rigs and best
always in readinta,
1 Coast or mountain parties a tpJ
Office In City nail
Irrigation noura 6 to 8 a. m.
iu v m iiic eycrjing.
,11 V " ''buuuu uius ior we sin
win 00 auo ana payable ttti
, ,: . u , DV' ,,1k1iub miougiiuii
No deduction for Inlptlon fc
absence unless water Is cntol
No allowance made for part i
oun ua more water is needed Ml
out a neRlected lawn than o&
ue lur wic en tiro season.
Eastern R, H. Com
YAQU1NA BAY RWT
Connecting at Yaqjina liW
r rancisco Yaquina liay Btsa J 1
EiSails from Yaquina every 8 toil
r rancisco, coos liay, roit um, c
ana namboit tiay.
RPasseneer accommoditioei (
Shortest route between the WiUso
Fare from Albany orpdnaWI
fruncisce: Lauin, fe: stwtft m
Bay and Port Orford, cabin HfwS
Bay, cabin (8; round trip, goodfos
Steamer 'Albany" between P
Corvallis, through without U74W1
Knlrm iriMC n. m. TntsdiYI. TtlE
Satuidays leaves Portland, Sb&H
dock, 000 a. m. sunaayi.; nw
EDWIN BTOfr" .nagtt,Ccm3d
J. U. MAVU, CUJ.C. JUTCliniw-
Every new icto
i.j ... , rnuMCSl
Jiurlington's w "M
.1 :...-. Im&
mher traffl l 1
things that we J
the world'i pes"
too; so say I
travel In it.
No eiW J
p.ffir. trams b1
"THE LICUT OF 1
nD AVtOR Df W
Ulv uun " .Hub. v
Cost over ioo, jSSii
are taking from three ,1
dav. The book 1? w 'j
TEARS TU "iiinA ?
"Cleared I50 first week
book," says w'--
. i.r woman of P..is
every editor, " SJ ?t0t
..vdn orders for it." AW.rt ft
of goal social position c
Manager ottm ""'ZJ'iiVtf
rime for 21,
particular A. aYckfcii!
275 Mirnirm..-- ll ,r
muramimo Vor '
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