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oitoi ajti rmorxixTOK.
r-Rsaarnoxs rosTAG paid-.
i nn kit bobui. a rcm
-.per wia be deSrcred by eairtera free
1 ' . rrt of the city, at the above
' 77...rurrlrkrw and HberaL
irmcmxr 'A report any and U fxil-
m rec!e toeu paper rcau"'J.
77. Daily Rcvicvo has tht largest
LyZ f- u circulation, o any newspaper
pj.'isk&L in tXc city cf n tlmxngton. -I
have organized a
Tea I'rino- of Pies. Germany, is on
, t.ur throu-h this country.
m99- - i ii -
i aUicator hides were ship-
r-cd r.-oai on.- port in Florid;! last week.
T.. Ki-imbliran Conventions being
i.Mnre dn bring against thecoiuajeof
A Church of England divine has just
,. ,V:hMl an autobiography ol Judas
Lcariot. intended a an nogy for tho
f isou trailer.
Knisk llurd sys that, n among
c:al&-d DriiuH-raH. ho cares not who
j, t..tamatc4 f.r President, so the plat
faro farts tprard free trade.
AdeVatim of sh prelates will
t Rome in May, acd confer with tto
A I . ll
the same manner mat toe
Mrs. CV.bcrice Baker of TaylorsTille,
Va.. wbo lis just entered her one hun
,lrcd:h jear. attributes her longevity to
btr iifc-Ior.f prsistcnco in tho use ol
Tte New York icraW classifies lha
delcjstcs already chosen to the Bepub-
licaa Nstional Convention as follows:
Arthur. 217; DIainc. 91; I)gan. 40;
Edmunds. 15; Sherman. 2; Kairchild,
I; unknown, 12.
It is said that a ucneral cxodUs of
(icnlilea from Utah is contemplated un
less Congress takes some immediate
trps for their relief. The courts arc in
tk KmU of the Mormons, anu even
tbo Legislature and all tho machinery
of government is ncder their control.
Signor SalvinI said to au interviewer
in Ijoadon one day last week : "Irving j
ii extremely clever in a certain sense.
I a J ziiro him in the first act of 'Ham
let. but he docs not sustain the part.
I do not consider him great that is
'auc tcsjamlts? No man could pity
Othello with such legs."
A company has been formed lor es
tabliihioz a fchodl for boys at Hug by.
Teco.. in coanccion with the Univer
fi'.T ef tie South, at Sewaneo, for the
Southern and Central States of .the
I'oioa. It is intended to give the boys
sach an edacation as is offered by the
English public schools .
The Charlotte Observer feels author
ized to say that Gen. Alfred M. Sca'.es,
of fireeasboro, will accept the nomina
tion for Governor, if tendered him by the
Democratic Convention which asscm-
ties in Raleizh on the i3th of June. And
we feel authorized to sav that there arc
tw or three thousand others who
ouId accept the nomination if they
c u!d get it.
The success of tho town of Pullman,
tear Chicago, has led to the building of a
another similar industrial suburb. It it
ri'l iw i nn.n tliwivh 1in v
ojitaed after the president ot the United
Stjftes Rolliog Stock Company, the chief
uacataeturing corporation interested in
the new enterprise. The works now in .
course of construction arc expected to
Cite employment for a town of 10,000 L
The Qaccn will remain at Daf mbtadt
until after she has had a conference
with Emperor William regarding tho
settlement for Princess Alice's family,
bbe is desironi of raisin cr a fond of
-CUO.OOOto XOOO 000, It is reported, to
"eie the debts of the Grand Duke I
and to establish a permanent
fund for the benefit of the family, and
-e wUvu Emperor to join her in
coairibatiaz thla amount. It is stated,
however, tiat the Emperor is in?ispos-
J to open his pockets to this extent.
U"e Lotice that the name of Col. John
N. Staples has been presented by his
friends as a candidato for Congress in
the Fiflh district and we leei impelled
ay that the Democracy of the dis
trict coald not honor themselves more
highly than by nominating this gallant j
Centleman and true loyal son of ?torih
Carolina iorthe position. 'Col. Sta
ples made a hard fight for his party in
tte last election a.nd imon? other
Places he UhMl vnmlnrtr,n whera he
aemr .nNmonif I of
We do not w'nh to intrrfr withordic.
-h- K1J W XML. Ill WT- 11L1U S. ' ------ - --- m
ls to cr friends in the Fifth, but yet
we have a very warm place la our
heart for John N. Staples and cannot
but fed that ia honorin g bird the party
Y lll"TTn rr II i T7- n rm II 1 n -n -r u n V, - j;
KS. 1 II I II II II i I II II A II II II 17 II . 1 II . II 11 1 11 It .
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The results of reccent State Conven
tions are this briefly summoned up by
tae New York Herald :
In our news edumns our readers will
drill WnArl, nf or dot irnnlirniriicfnAliit
at rennhlirm mnrnniinnt in niiin
Uonnecucut and irginia, and an
coanfof the Catherine in Iowa f the
democrats of that Slate, who wiil- hold
acouveution to-day. Thd Ohio dele
gates as counted in the despatch (oot up
lor Blaine, with Senator Sherman in
tho minority: but this Kind of count
ins may bo of little value vhen the
Couvcntion meet-, and even before that
leriod the results at Utica 5"esterdiy
will be beard throughout the republican
camp. Lrfinnccticut wisely uecl.irir.U4.ir
"the nominee of the Convention,11 and
mentioned that if this should happen to
be llawley eho would.be entirely satis
fied. Arthur, tho Connecticut rcpubli
cans say. "nas strengthened his party.
honored himself, benelttcd the country
and Carnctl th respect and gratitude of
the whole people." "Virginia sent an
Arthur delegation- In Iowa this demo
crats are said to to unanimous for
Maihs x, Vscoxin, The cwo-
crat of this place tays: A youn? man
Keltins mad over his raging t'joth, last
night, rushed c.n lor a tirux-storo, ap
plied St. Jacobs Oil, and in ten minutes
the tooth-ache was gone.
IIDEZ TO IIW ADVERTISEMENTS.
F C Miller Smoke
I O O F Celebration
American Lesion of Honor
C IV VaTES Good Bcadlog
II EIM SDEKOER WcUJlflg PrC3Cntd
Joii.h S IIcKaciiern, Sect'y Notice.
Mods Bros. & DkKosset rear's Soap,
blankets and fires are
New moon this morning at 13 minutes
The receipts of cotton at this port to
day loot up D bales, j
Clarendon Couucil, No. 67, A. L. of
ironort wjn meet to-night, at 7J o'clock.
been held for the last three weeks at the
First Baptist Church
The sun ha at last succbcdcd in dis
pelling ;he clouds by whicn it had been
obscured during tho week, and it was a
welcome sight. The air, however. wa3
quite chilly this morning. !
Mr. Junius Davis has been unani
inously elected by the Ladies' Memorial
Association as Chief Marshal for the
memorial services on the 10th ol May,
and has accepted the appointment.
A series of meetings will be com
menced next Monday night at the Front
Street Methodist Church, to be conduct
ed by Rev. Dr. Yates, the pastor. The
meetings will bo continued dining the
The stockholders of lielievuel Uoie
trv rmnanv meet this evenmir. at 8
o'clock , in the ollice ot Mr. Juo. 1).
mi m j 0 - j-
rtoit itnv Jr. nil Princess street, instead
I m-rmj - - (
0r Hankin Hali,v as previously ;adver
Tho weather this morning indicated
day favorable to the baby show, but
soon became cloudy and loo cold and
raw for a larrre t urn out ot the little
creatures. They will be out in iorce on
the first pleasant day.
Th fToneert Concert Club now has
rehearsals a week, has had a num
... f nii4:,;ona lo ts membership, and
. m,i.:n J favorable progress in profi-
nn.lr thr skilfal direction Of
' . w
Sheriff Taylor, of Brunswick county,
wa9 ia the city to-day and reports that
thoarniers ot bis section Ihave been
rmt in crrat inconvenience and delay
Q con'seiuencc of the late cold and un-
The Southern Baptist Convention will
hold its ann'ial session in Baltimore,
Md.. beginning Wednesday, May 7th.
Round trip tickers will be put on sale
about the 1st of May. good lor twenty
days from date of sale.
There are some indications of an
improvement in the weather and it will.
we think, be warm enough in a
few days to satisfy the most fastidious
in this respect, and when it does turn
warm it will be warm all oyer. Seo-if it
Wc saw to-day on exhibition at
Heinsberger's Livo Book and Music
Stores a beautiful wall pocket which
was made of mica from the mica mines
Mitchell county, in
this State. It
was a splendid piece of work, and glia
tcned like silver.
Tbo Urrcst and best stock of
Windows. Doors, Blinds &c. and at
Factory prices u at n . J acoDi s nara.
V ELMINGTON. N. C. FRIDAY. APRIL 25,
Rev. Dr. Pritchard, of this city, will
deliver the address before' the Literary
Societies of Warsaw High School, at
the annual commencement on the
of May next, at 11 o'clock a m. The
school, vc are glad lo learn, is in a'
flourishing condition, and under it3
present management is dom; noble
service for the cause of education.
(Mr. II. K. Brvan. Jr.. of the Fayette
ville Sun, is in the city to-day. He ba3
been to his old hooie at Scott's Hill and
having sold out everything he owned
there is on the way to Fayetteville with
his family. They left here by steamer
We regret to learn that Mr. A. A.
Hnrlsficld continues very sick at his
residence in this city.
An Atfecl Couple.
Mr. and Mrs. John Durham Carroll,
of Duplin county, celebrated the 52nd
nnniyersary of.their wedding day on
a I. . mi L t a 1
uiu lutii insi., nivm? oeen united in
marriage on the 19th day of April, 1832.
Mr. Carroll has been a member of the
Baptist Church 49 years and his wife
. .. .
became a member ot the samo church
two years later, giving her a member-
m . . t . .
snip ot 47 years, lie has been a rea-
lar Dayinir subscriber to" the Biblical
Recorder 48 years. They have raised a
family of eight children, seven ot whom
are now living and married. Mr. Car.
roll is now afflicted with heart disease
and is liable to be taken away at any
moment, but he is prepared and quiet
ly, patiently and resignedly waiting for
the summons to cross over tho river.
wicrc by tho course of nature h,s loyal
wife must soon join him.
Wo invite the attention of our citizens
to the fact that first quality shirts are
being made to order at onejdollarat the
Wilmington Shirt Factory. tf.
Some unknown correspondent for the
New York Journalist, writing from
There are two dailies". here. Th
Slar. published in the morning, and
tho Review, in the evening. The
managing and field editor of the Slar is
W. H. Bernard, who also supervises
the business departments. T. B. Kings
bury is the editorial writer, exchange,
literary, religious editor and book re
viewer. H. Smith is telegraphic and
:v. ,!:. ..P.ni.:. K.... .
cr. If s ehiet riharaeteriaties nre nolitios
and two-column editorials in advocacy
ot free-trade, and it is an ar-
dent friend of the
rvi na orotom ca fa f o a txrViiolr att
SaaUU U-l mJ W 1U1 U J A. A
and tobacco are concerned. Thk
Review is owned and edited by Josh
James, who is independent as a
wood sawyer, anu writes as ne ioiuh
nhnnf. p.vprvtFiinr. Hn is a hardpnprl Kin- I
maw 4Ka DnmAnrntl1 trrtA nnrl ah
.3 ... V. A l ? . . n n T A 1
at.Chicago, whether he is a high tariff or
tree trade man. ine local editor is
Major Foster, formerly of New En
v. rr 1 .
gland, and the little paper has had such
a boom of late, that the proprietor's
well-stuffed pocket book is liable to
Satisfied with a Little.
No, my friend, we are not a nihilist.
socialist nor communist: nor do we be-
ievo in their methods of distributing
nrnnnrtT nn.l mvolntionizin? soeietv.
r-f'-j . o j -
We jnay take occasion to blowup, met
aphorically, some of the customs of
society, but not with dynamite. That
is too effective and realistic, and our
fun would be all gone before we had
hardly commenced. Wc may occasion
ally grumble and growl at tho unequal
distribution of property and complain
because Vanderbilt is worth $200,000,
000, while we are not worth half of that
sum. Yet we have the blessed conso
lation of knowing that we have him at
a decided disadvantage, lor while he
moc tttyr th nnhlio h d d " if the
nublic. of which we are. should return
the compliment and say 'Vanderbilt
be d d," he would
The public are
thev should speak, his puny voice could
nm lw hP,r,l. It wonl.1 h hut a whis-
per beside the mighty roar of Niagara,
We do not believe that great riches are
generally productive of good. At least,
they have never done us any good to
brag about. Wc would like a certain I
amount of wealth, but that there with
wc might do gcod to our neighbors
ourself, especially ourself. A million
would bo a plenty for us, and if any one
desires to donate that sum to a real
good man who would make the best
possible use of the money, wo have no
doubt that we would fill the bill.
f.lnMclini, tn Vithcrmon Thfl OPlft I
iuifciwuut . -
bratod Fish" Brand Gilling thread k
B,M nnv..TirvtRiV Tie is thfi Im I
porter-, AEenu - t
Now is the time to gimonum a y orza i
Oil. . . ' . .
be in a bad fix.- uescrve mc conuueucu auu p.uuu ui J'ak wmTK, So. Cand
in the majority, and if me people; tne means oi '"W
Th3 Howard Relief Fire Engine Co.,
No. 1. have received an invitation to
visit Charlotte on the 20th of May next,
to attend the anniversary celebration of
the Mecklenburg Declaration of Inde
pendence, bat have not yet decided
whether they will attend or not. The
matter is under consideration and will
be decided at their next regular meet
"yZy which will be on the night of the
first Monday in May. This i written
in response to a notice in the Charlotte
Observer, stating that this company
had promised to attend the celebration.
The number of involuntary visitors
at the Mayor's levee this morning was
unusually large, and the i offenses for
which they Wero assembled were
various. There were nine who had
failed to comply with the ordinance
relating to licenss.taxes, and they were
a sposed oi oy settling for the taxes lor
which they stood charged as delin
John Hansen, Michael Johnson and
tr T .i .i !
iv. xx. j-.sunou, mree sailors, were
charged with disorderly conduct and
were fined $5 eacn. which was paid.
I t-tt t f i i i
anoert, qtudk anu down, was
&nG& which he paid.
I 1 a I TTMI II i v
Aninooy nm, an oxu colored man
tottering along on the very verge of the
rave charged with malicious mischief,
was bound over in the sum. of $50 for
ms appearance at the .next term ot the
One case of drunk was discharged,
and one tramp was sent on his travels,
If you need a real good first class
nook in? stove, don't fail to see tho Et I
Ui3ior Penn., Zeb. Vauce and New
Emerald, besides others. They are to
bo fuund at factory Prices at obVs
who is the manufacturers agent, t
By the Way.
The fire lias been lighted in the New
Hanover Republican camp, and the po
litical pot is boiling and bubbling at a
great rate. Nearly every man and voter
is awake and howling on the import
ance of the subject, and many of the
street corners, and especially those
with a grocery attachment, have be
come the theatre ot grave political dis -
quisitions by eminent Radical orator.
Yesterday we were passing a place
where several colored men were en-
iraerpfl in pn.rnpah rliannssinn nnnn rrHti-
I va4 luf1VJ " " Wi "
iS old colored man, who was at work
at a little distance, exclaim, with more
forpG than rerard fo the decaloe-
IOIce tnan Te& 10T thececa.ogue.
I . a m
"Hear Uem d-n tool niggers
de debbel dey know 'bout politcs?-
What cood it do dem. I wants ter
i.9 natf 'ff c;t rt t wv
lazvdebbils. and arn some money to
W..TY wkrn n n il rrmnna f - nnf in rla irrt- '
Wo were a xrood deal of his opinion
but thought that, as a loyal Republi
can, he needed talking to
In Summer Apparel.
The steam yacht Louise has been
hauled off for a few days from her reg
ular trips, while she is being prepared
tor her Summer service. Many im
provements for tho convenience and
comfort ot ner passengers will De added
and sne wui oe reauy
trips some timo next week.
In this connection we are led to state
that the conveniences of travel to and
from Smithville the coming season wiil
far surpass those of any preceeding
year. The Passport, Capt. Harper, will
leave here every morning and return at
night, while tho Louise, Capt. Weeks,
will leave Smithvile every morning
aad return there at night, thereby giv-
1112 both places and almost every one
ample accommodations. Both boats
will be under the charge of experienced
and skillful commanders, who will do
everything possible for the safety and
convenience of their passeneers; they
Smithville will bo better tban in any
previous year, and we hope that both
may have the patronage they deserve.
a match game of base ball, a bat
being the prize contested for, was play
ed yesterday afternoon on the Ninth
street field between the Electrics, Capt.
x. craft, and the Hanover Boys, CapU
John Wright, which resulted in victory
for the latter by a score of 26 against II
by the Electrics.
At a recent conclave
Commandery No. 2, Knights Templar,
it was decided to Join as a commandery
in the nnhlio narada to take place at 1
m , . , nniL r lf.n I
uirMUA nn ua coihidz vui ui woj.
Representatives from Raleigh, Wil-
-1 t tt-:. '.l .,
I UilDjriOD. lurUAUl II lUolwtl tiuvi I
UiUe wW be inTited, and re expected to
paiuaaw lu. mm? wi cuiwuiw w
icawon. . k
mm . r M . A kmtwLA mj m m K. ii ii ms- X u r wm m.
The Xews and Courier says that
strawberries were hawked about the
streets of Charleston on Wednesday
at 5 cents a quart.
The sixtj--seventh ahniyersary oF the
Independent 6rdtr of Odd .Fellows in
America will be celebrated by the lodg
es in tlis city at the Lodge - Room
next Saturday evening. v
We regret to learn that Chief of Tplice
Brock is quiie sick' and confined to bis
room. .He was about his duties this
morning although. feeling tin well.
Tweive new and handsome irefrigera
tor cars have just been ' turned out of
the shops at Florence for the use of the
Atlantic Coast Line in the transporta
tion of fruit and vegetables. They
were built out of native woods and arc
fine spectiinens of first class' work.
It is doubtful, we think, f Bishop
Watson will be able to reach Fayette
ville in time to keep his appointment
there for next Sunday, in. conseqnence
of having been called lo New York to
attend the Episcopal Council. To. set
there in time he will have to leave New
York this afternoon.
Br barque Uallie II. , Cochran, clear-
Pt tn-flnv fnr FTnll V.nrr i r?tV.- 0! Of ft
barrels tar and 1.900 barrels rosin, val-
j , ; - - ""J
ued at $5,740, shipped by Messrs Alex
Sprunt & Son. Schr. Wm. II. .Board-
man, Richardson, cleared for Port
Castorie3. St. Lucie with 120.946 feet
of lumber, valued at $1,680.52, shipped
by Mr. J. W. Taylor. I
Ewen's Cotton Chart. i
I I i f W 1VVC1YCU UU1U AJAVOi D.
Ewe Bros, cotton broken. 31 and 33
Broad street, New York, a copy of the
beautiful cotton chart issued by them.
It is on a more extended scale than that
issued last year,
This chart gives the number. of plan- I
tations and their acreage, the yield of the
various States, tho comsumption of
farmers in various countries, the port
receipts and. exports with their value,
also the overland anil interstate move- j
nient, the comparison of stocks in the
United States, Great Britain and the
continent, cotton in transit, visible
supply and prices of middling uplands in
New York during each week since 1870
lo date. The amounts of the East
India and Egyptian crops are also
Full statistics are given of the cofton
manufacture of the world, the facts
Siven having been collected from official
Iu this Court, on Wednesday, the con
sideration ot appeals at the end of the
docket was resumed aud causes were
disposed of as follows: 1
A. D. Waddell, I administrator, vs.
Fred. J. Swann, from Moore: contin
ued by consent. !
J. A. Worth vs. H. B. Shields, guar
dian, from Moore; argued by Mclver
02 Black for the plaintiQ, and M, S.
Robins and W. E., Murchison for 'the
A. Di Waddell. administrator, vs.
Fred. J. Swann, from Moore: contin
ued by consent.
VanBuren Bryant et als. vs. Albert
Malloy et als., from Richmond: argued
by Strong & Smedes for the plaintiffs.
and K. T. Bennett (by brief). J. D.
Shaw and Geonre Davis lor the de
Pending the argument in the last
named case the Court adjourned until
10 o'clock yesterday (Thursday) mof rc
mg, when the argument was . to have
Silver Plated Spoons, Forks an
Knives of best quality, and at manu
facturer s prices, can be found at Ja-
cobi's Hardware. Depot f
I. O. O. F.
Room on Saturday Evening. A nril 5Gth. atfi
o'clock, for the purpose of celebritlD the
67th Anniversary of the Orler.
A full and punctual attendance is requested.
a. o. i vjrr, ior j. r. Jxxura tio. 2.
. i jor unon " 67.
apl 25 it . e tar copy
Vf.05,6 omT!ftn7,cT?t?for8 dertised for I
LMttra umu uiuio mm, uu oeen cnangeu to
the LaWOCice of John D. Relhuar. Jr.. ph.
cesa St., between Front ana Second, Time of
meeting, this evening, rvth Inst , at 8 o'eloc.
S. MCEACUERN, ,
P' 21 Sec'f and Treas
HAYING QUALIFIED AS"EXECirrokaf
M 1 .
ih last win ,. .... . t ,
sprunt, i hereby notify ail penou bavin
,luoli . "
vii vi UviUiB vuc Uij or April. ISSOu JLII I Yt
apus-iawuwz stareopy I l
...nuiug Kiwi ui rccuTo oocuausjcauOT a t
froia ocr friends eaaay.'aaa all fucjecti of
OTa mmeTM Iv. jm : .
seneral Interest but"
The name of tie writer must always bertr-
paed to the Sdltor.
J.CoiamimleaUonainDai b wrKUa on cr y
one aide of the paper.
Personanucamtiatbe aTQl.tcOi ; s
AadUls espedally.aad parCcnjarly tzctt
tood that the Editor does not always endo- te
f hfl T-lr-Tr m ,, f n i a .
me ecutorlal oohmna. -
NEW AD VJSItTISKMENTS
funds' Bros. &DeRosset. I
HAVE A COStrLETKUXK Ot rSAltS
r.f i opmcnucti aaa Halm for tho sl.la
cs Vrlne U in health,- tnalntalnlnir Its tono
d complexion and rrevCfiUng wrlakks
;ed another lot ot soiitrb Ensrlteh
iTll 3 11P-A- 1 horn l.m.U. .- 7
;i.fc"dnL roHt lu
brush "- uiuai ana o cents
Hand Satchels !
A few Uacd Satchel for 50 and 75 cents.
Lcs3 than cost. I ni i
lyiLL MAKE aEGUI.AU fthtV
trlpa to SmiaitilleandlheForu'Vr'V
every dav except Sunday. t- t f
Fare, T5c, rund trln. Tartlca of ten nr mnr :
cau securo tickets day before hand for 50c. ,
apt 21 J.-W. ilAKpKft-
City Dru-Store. j
lilG MARKET STitEET. !
MY LITTLE SODA FOUNTAIN HAS Alt
rived and I am menared to rnmUh vai
aiuiomi cuua tvaier wua pure syrups.
Give mc a calL A supply of choice plants
from Mrs. Wcbb'a kept in hand and orders
for flowers filled on short notice.
J. W. CONOLEY,
a122 I . Manaecr.
Ilia.. A 1 .1 f - . f ...
Economy is Wealth.
- niVli' WATja nrv nr.,
UAat'A uuiidins Lots for
a on the instalment plan on Castle,
Church, Nun, Ann, Orange, Mulberry, Ecd .
Cross, Gwynn, Kan kin, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, 1
Seventh, Wilson; Eighth, Ninth, Dicliascn,
Tenth, Wood, Bay, Eleventh, Charlotte,
Twelfth, Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets..
Also, nouses and Lots for sale.
Money loaned to thoao wishing to. build.
ap!24 cw ' JAMES WILSON. ' 1
Just Received. J
-pj-AVE RECEIVED TO-DAY A LARGE
lot of elegant FanT aof Taratols, Hamburg
Edgings, Slucana Lisle Gloves, Keck wrcar, Ac,
Additions toMll'inery two or tbrco.'tlmeY
each week. New lot of Underwear, Just re :
ceived. Amselllpg at prices that will com
pare favorably with any in the city.
Respectfully , ,
MISS E. KARRER,
apl 23 , ' Exchange Corner,
A X A .OSLA.L.L, COST BARGAINS IN
U0OK8 never nernra nnvrfi t ha tuuvni.
ff Wilmington: Maj-aaley's History or" zbg.
Koman Empire, 4 voisv $180; Green's II Utory
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