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County Commissioner!! meet nest
Mr. Will C. Xeal went to Rutherford
Mr. James Bradley died at Old
Kort last week.
Mr. K. Seals, of Bridgewater, was
in town Tuesday.
J. II. Giles, of Glen Alpine, was in
town on Monday.
Mr. A. K. Weaver went to Thermal
Mr. J. W Strettinan has opened
his soda fountain.
Mr. fi. W. Crawford was in Ruth
rfordton this week.
The editor f thin paper is away
this week. on business
Mr. 15. A. Newland of the S. A. L.
was in town Wednesday.
Mr. Wm. K. Gray died at home
jiear this place Tuesday.
Kev. W II. White's school is hav
ing a picuic on Bek Creek to-day.
Miss S. Mi-Call, of North Cove,
was visiting relatives here last week.
Lightning f-truck pine tree on
iarden street during the storui last
Preaching at the Cemetery at 4 p.
in. Sunday afternoon by Rev. J. W.
Several car loads of poultry passed
through here this week on their Way to
Miss Mamie Sinclair') school closes
o-day. She gives a picnic to the chil
dren on next Monday.
George Garden, known as Miller
Gerge, died Thursday the 20th tilt, at
Mebo, of typhoid fever.
General Manager, Samuel Hunt,
and Chief Engineer A. X. Molesworth
of the 3 C's were here this week.
-Everything is getting green, we
don't mean some people around here,
thrv have always been that way.)
Messrs. Charles Bobbitt and John
heck will open up an ice cream parlor
in the Flemming Hotel, in a few days.
Miss Grace May Xeal gave a birth
day party at the residence of her father
M-aj. J. M. Xeal, on Wednesdiy evening.
The St. Charles Hotel was burned
in New Orleans Sunday Morning. Loss
;HKt,XX to $100000. Four lives were
Col. Frank Coxe and family pass
ed through here last week on their way
M the Col's, farm in Kutherford
Miss Harriett Xeal, who has been
visiting relatives in Newton, has re
turned, accompanied by her sister Mrs.
Miss Alda Motz, of I.incolnton,
and Miss Christmas, of Durham, are
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Hatton editor and part
owner of the Washington Post, one of
t h leading papers of the country, died
in Washington Monday.
The time for commencements is
drawing near and it will not be a great
while until our boys and girls that are
vfl" t school will be at home.
Mm. W. L. Bryant who has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ir. Mor
phaw, for the past Tew weeks, returned
to her home in Boone Tuesday.
Its Ir. Morphew this time instead of
Col. and its a 12 pound boy instead of
an pound girl. Anyway both the Dr.
and Col. are rejoicing together.
Mr. E. A Thomas has a bear that
was caught a few days ago a short dis
tance from the Brick House on Buck
Creek. It is only about two months
A Fine brood mare belonging to Mr.
G. W. Con ley, of th firm of McCall &
Conley,hasa young Forest King colt
liuh it is caid, can pace as fast as
It row n Hal.
Mr. Chas. Bobbitt will open his Ice
Parlor next Monday morning. Call
around and get Ice Cream, Milk Shakes,
Sherbets or anything you may want
that is cold.
Register, J. C. Brown issued ten
marriage license last month. Just
think of it, twenty people made happy
and still there are some left who con
tinue to cry "hard times."
Mr. D. X. Lonon is having his
house repainted and otherwise improv
ed, lie has already made a garden
Madam Rumor says all this means
we won't say because we would be tell
ing a secret ()
I.awson Howard, col. who killed
('. I). Jones, white, in Cleveland cownty
a few months ago was convicted of
manslaughter in the Superior Court
at Shelby last week and sentenced to
twenty years in the penitentiary.
M r. Lee Sommereau was in town
Wodneadav. If will lie remembered it
was reported on tno streets here last
week that ho had killed himself in
Columbia. He Wfc very much surprised
to learn that he was dead.
Maj or Morris had George Duncan
before him laFt week for being drunk
aud fined him $2 50 to be paid in work
on the street. George worked very well
for about half day, and then he man
aged somehow to make his escape. We
expect a great many have been won
dering what has become of George
Tne above accounts for his forced at-
Ul'ILTV OF E.TIBEZZLEJIE.VT
I What the ttrand Jury Says of
Arhevii.i.e, April 30th. The hearing
of ex-County Tax Collector, I). J, Rey
nolds, under rule for contempt, charg
ing him with approaching a grand ju
ror with reference to a bill pending
before the grand jury, was had before
Judge Jones to-day. The judge dis
charged the rule, deciding that the of
fense did not constitute contempt, but
directed the solicitor to send a bill to
the next grand jury under the laws of
'91, which makes the offense a misde
meanor. The grand jury this afternoon re
turned two true bills against Reynolds,
charging him with embezzlement.
Mr. Reynolds has many friends
throughout Buncombe and and aJjoin
ing coun'ies. He has been a very pop
ular man, and his troubles were not, it
is believed, brought about by dishonest
motives, but by risking too much mon
ey to help build up Asheville. We
trust he can settle the matter satisfac
torily. Capt. John Carson went to Ruth
erfordton this week to attend court.
Aluminum thimbles 5 cents at
The ministers of the town will
again this Spring, and the coming Sum
mer, conduct preachingservices at the
Cemetery every afternoon.
The country bride and bridegroom
with clothing crackingly new, walked
lovingly hand in hand down the broad
hotel dining room, two fouIs with but a
single thought, and blindly oblivious
to all things else but each other in this
great happy earth of ours. Almost
crowded on one chair, hefondlj fed her
as the parent bird its little chick. "Dar
ling," he munnuringly clucked, "shall
I kin ye a pertater?" "X deary." she
gurgled, "I've one already skim." Ex,
A. li. Gilkey & Son have iust
received a full lino of family gro
ceries, consisting of canned goods,
sugar, coffee, barrel pickles, flour,
candies, snuff, tobacco's etc., at
cost for cash.
Dr. Wr. H. Wakefield, of Winston,
X. C, will be in Marion at the Flem
ming House on Thursday, May 10th
Practice limited to Eye, Ear, Xose and
A competivc examination will be Leld
iu the court house in Asheville on May the
10th nnd llth.for the purpose ot'selecle
ing a Nazal Cadet to Acnopolis. The up
plicants must be betwen the ages of 15
aud 20 years. Dr. V. D. Ililliard, Chas.
A. Webb aud II. L. Madison will constitute
l he boiird-
All persons indebted to us by note
or account must come in and settle
same on or before June 1st, 1854, or the
account will be placed in the hands of
an officer for collection, as we are going
out of business. MeCurry fc Xichols.
April ", 1S!4.
The Bumps on l our I'ace.
Are caused by iminue blood, and will
never be well unless you cleanse it and
build it up in richness and purity. Botun
ic Blood lialm, the great blood purifier and
tunic, is what you nerd. U ic bottle nill
clear your complexion and puiifyyour
blood. "Try if Price $1.00 per bottle. For
gle Uy diuggiscts.
A fine Jine of ladies Oxford ties
nnd in fact anything in the line of
ladies fine shoes. Martin Baos.
A first-class shoe, the "Perfec
tion," can be had iu any size and
quality for $1.00. worth $1.L3, at
Ladies and gentlemen, if you
have any walking to do, or a sum
mer tramp, it wili pay you to call
and see Martin Bros., line of shoes
before you start.
New line of window shades just
received at the furniture store.
If you need an extension table
call on Geo. A. Gilkey.
New line of window shades at
the furniture store.
Sweet Water Valley and Tellico
flour fresh, just received at B. Gil
key & Son.
Mrs J. P. Morton has just re
ceived another line of New Mill
McCall & Conley have reduced
the price on all the goods they
have in stock, and their customers
will find it so by calling on them
when in need of goods of any kind.
Marion April 20th 1894.
Good Beef Cattle Wanted.
I will pay geed prices for good beef
T. II. Maktix.
SPECIAL RATES TO THE WEST.
The following special railroad
rates went into effect March 1st
First class limited rates via the
Missouri Pacific to San Francisco
Cal., will be as follows:
From Memphis or St. Louis one
way $27.50. Round trip $47.50
good for 60 days to return, good
going one route and returning
For further particulars, address,
A. A. Gallagher,
Southern Passenger Agent,
103 Read House Chattanootra.
ITEMS UATIIEHED FROM ALL
PARTS OF TIIC STATE.
Tho Stat'! Cental Association
m.t 1:1 Durham .n May lt.
A fire in Durham one night last
week burned a livery stable ami
According tho Landmark, Iredell
county citizens have contributed
the first money to the Vance mon
ument. A three or four weeka old baby
was left in the orphan asylum at
Oxford Sunday morning by some
Col. Harry G. Thomas, of Thorn
asville, N. C, was awarded the first
premium on wheat at the World's
Fair at Chicago.
A swarm of locusts passed over
a part of Cabarrus county last week
and were so thick as to darken the
rays of tho sun.
It is reported that Sheriff Adams
of Surry county has been killed
near Mt. Airy, by a man
was try ing arrest.
It is not an uncommon thins for
rich specimens of gold ore to be
picked up on the street where ma
cadamising is being done in Char
Calls are being made all over the
state for forming the Vance Mon
ument Associations, to begin col
lecting money to raise a monument
to the honor of the iate Senator.
The next meeting of the North
Carolina Press Assoaiation will be
held in Morgan ton, commencing
Wednesday, May 23, at 3 o'clock,
and closing Friday afternoon fol
lowing. Gov. Tillman sent to Collector
Carter at Asheville in one week
$3,500 in gold to pay for stomps
on North Carolina corn whiskey
he had bought tor his fcoutn Caro
R. O. Burton, Esq., of Raleigh,
has brought suit against State
Treasurer Tate and State Auditor
Furman for $5,000 for legal servi
ces in the Wilmington fe Weldon
Railroad tax suits. The case will
be tried at the present term of
Wake Superior Court, which began
Rev. J. W. Little preached at
Cedar Grove, Anson county, Sun
day, April 15th, and befora he left
uhs church whs arrested by an
officer on a warrant sworn out by
J. II. Davis, charging Mr. Little
with using slanderous language
against him in a sermon, preached
a month before. It is behoved that
Davis will fail to mako out hio
case. Hickory I'ress ami Uaroim-
THE GALLANT KH0"
CoAey Arrested, But Turned
INCIDENTS OF THE MARCH.
St. Paul, Minn 24. Shortly after
midnight 500 men at Butte, composing
the Butte contingent of the Coxey
Army, entered the engine house of the
Xorthern Pacific Railroad, appropri
ated and prepared for service an engine
and proceeded to make up a train, com
posed of five coal cars and one box car.
This action occurred after a struggle
of four days between the local author
ities aud the mob, which yesterdsy as
sumed such proportions as to overawe
the officers of the law, and the depart
ure from Iiutte was without any oppo
sition upon their part.
The train was manned by members t f
the mob. It crossed the main range
of the Rocky mountains early this
morning, and reached the main line
at Logan, seventy miles from Butte, at
about 4 o'clock. They break fa: ted at
Uozeman, and flew eastward at the rate
of fifty-five miles an hour, coming to a
suddeu stop al Timberline at 8 o'clock
on account of a cave in. Attorneys for
the Xorthern Pacific have wired the
sheriff at Livingston to place the mob
under arrest for the larceny of a train.
Gov. Nelson has been asked to call out
the militia to prevent the Coxyites
from entering Minnesota. Later the
mob shoveled itself out and parsed
through Livingston eastward at 5 :30,
Washington, D. C, April 25 General
SchoSeld, commanding the army, last
night sent a telegram to General Mer
rim commanding the Department of
Dakota, instructing him by direction of
the President, to have a sufficient force
sent to arrest all persons engaged in
the unlawful seizure of the Northern
Pacific trains at butte, iontaudto
hold the train and all on board until
they can be delivered to the United
States Marshal for Montana, subject to
tne oruer oi tne Lmteu Mates District
Telegrams received here state that
bands ranging from 50 toHOOmenare
congregated at as many as 25 stations
oi that railroad from the Pacific coast
to Minneapolis, with the avowed inten
tion of coming to Washington by
peaceable me.ms if they must. Already
one or two trains have been seized and
constant threats are being made of
Washington, May 1. Jacob Coxey's
much advertised demonstration on be
half of the "Commonweal of Christ" in
favor of good roads and the repudiation
of national obligations to pay interest
on bonds, ended to day in a ridiculous
fizzle. All told, about 600 men out cf
the originally promised hundreds of
thousands, marched up Capitol hill and
marched down again. In this COO were
included all the unemployed of the
capital who could be drummed into
i support of the movement.
AX EARTHQUAKE PROPHET.
lie Sajr ew York Will be Over.
whelmed tkis SuKimer.
Speaking of Professor Falb, tho
Austrian expert, whoso earthquake
prcaiciioiis have attracted so much
attention, and who predicts that
New York will be overwhelmed by
a tidal wave thia
New York Advertiser says :
I A history of successful earlh-
j quake predictions, which are nu
merous, is given by Professor Milno
In 1843 a bishop of Ischia fore
warned his people of a coming
earthquake and saved many lives,
the shock of 1851 at Melphi, was
predicted by the Capuchin fathers.
In the first case the warning was
based on a change m the character
of mineral wait is, and iu the other
a lake near tin; tioor of the monas
tery became turbulent without ap
parent cause. A crazy soldier an
nounced in advance the London
arthquake in 1G91 and a Milanese
astrolager that of Leghorn in 1742.
Th0Se Were haPi)r guewes. I" earth
Hua,4C (.uuuiues mere arj shock
prophets just as there are weather
prophets with us. In both cases
only the successful guesses are re
corded. Professor Falb bases his predic
tions on the old theory that earth
quake shocks are produced by the
attractive influence of the sun and
moon producing a tide in the fluid
interior of the earth, which causes
fractures of the solid crust.
Possibly when we understand
electricity better we 6hall have an
earthquake as well as a weather
3Iadeliue Pollard's Letter.
New York, April 10. A morn
ing paper prints as a special from
Washington a statement from Miss
Pollard in regard to her intention
for the future as follows:
Washington, D. C, April 15.
As my unfortunate case is now
erded with a verdict in my favor
l do not see why 1 may not say
how deeply and heartily I thank
the press of the United States n
general for all that has been said
in my behalf, and how clearly I
see and admit lustificacion f r
much that has been said against
I should like to say how deeply
rateful I am for the kind let.trs
which have come to me and to my
counsel from all parts of the
United States during the terrible
ordeal through which I have just
It tho future holds anything for
me, it cannot be in the direction
of publicity and sensation. If my
untrained literary ambition is to
receive any reward or justification
it must como with labor and pa
tience, and 1 have no idea of going
on the slace or the lecture nlat-
form or otherwise accentuating the
publicity which my unfortunate
career has had in this trial.
I have been applied to by various
publishers to edit a report of the
trial, but I have not brought my
self to think that this would be a
wise step, and if I t-hox Id take it,
it will only be becausw 1 believe
myself able in a good sense to
point the moral of my misguided
life and to awaken good sentiments
in the public rather than to keep
alive bad sensations.
In pursuance to a call of the Repub
lican Congressional Committee ot the
9th District of North Carolina, I here
by call a Kwpublican County conven
tion for the county of McDowell, to
meet at the Court House in Marion, on
the 7th day of May 1894 for the pur
pose of electing two delegates and two
alternates to represent this county in
the said Congrw&sion Convention to
meet in the city of Asheville May 10th
1894, and at the same time it may be
necessary to recognize the County
W. J. Nesbitt, Chairman
Republican Executive Committee.
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SEHE8AL NEWS 17 EM 8.
PARAGIAPB1KI iFOIt XI1K '
Juuge P.radley has lvfuf.-I to
gram a new trial iu tiu Poliri
In a square inch of the human
scalp the hair numbers about 10u0, '
and the whole number on an adult
scalp is about 12,000.
The earth, traveling at the rate
ot i,uuu miles a minute, passes
through 550,000,000 miles of tpace
in the course ot the year.
Representative Simpson, of Kan
sas, is very ill at his home in Wash
ington and, his friends are ry
uneasy about him.
Mrs. Jefferson Davis and mi
General Graut will Loth alt lid the
commencement exercises ' at the
West Point iMilitary Acadtmy this !
The House Restaurant in Wash- '
ington has been closed to every
body except irembers, owing to th
arrival of Coxey 's army.
The telegiams from Columbia,
state that car loads of whiskey are
being received in that city and sa
loons are being opened everywhere.
' Governor Tillman thinks that
the decision of tho Supreme Court
that the South Carolina dispensary
law is unconstitutional means that
whiskey is to be free.
Walter L. Braggs jr., was shot
and killed in a duel by Dr. J. II,
Naftel, in a drug store in Mont
gomery on Sunday morning. Dr.
Xaftel -was also seriously shot.
A judge in a Sioux Citv. Iowa.
court, vindicated tho dignity of the
c 3urt by coming down from the
bench and mauling a lawyer who
insinuated that the court lied. He
then re-mounted the bench, fined
himself $10, and proceeded with
Six lives were lost off Point San
Lightburn, Cal. by the wrecking
of the steamer Los Angelos. She
was an old steamer and was crowd
ed with passengers, who have all
been aecounied for as alive but six.
Three of the dead bodiea have been
washed up on the beach.
The Wheeler Cotton Mill at Mill
burg, Mass., which is taxed at $38
000 was sold on the 20th for $7,100.
Tho property includes a four-story
brick rrrHH -31 acres of land, and
10 dwelling houses. The uncertain
outlook of business was given as
tho cause of its soiling for so iow a
Old Fort News.
We regret to note that Dr. J. T. Reid
otitinues quite unwell, but hope that Dr.
Uiieek, ho has been called to attend him
may goou re tore him totia usual lualth.
Mr. Geo. B. Thoroasoa buinj suddenly
t-iken veiy i 1 on Mon'lity morning, it be
c nue ucce.'Stirir t set d to Ashevil c for
Dr. Williams, who cni.ia :lorn 03 fie
eaitbound train. The rep j tation sustained
by W. as one of th most skillful physic
inns of the State is well founded, as we
are glad to fay that Capt. Thomason is
n iw much improved.
News is a scarce article about these
parts. Farmers all bard at work, nobody
in town Everyone see a he ma kin?
0d use of this rtrfe:t we tier.
We he r ofqui.e a ntrimonial c.clonw
jut west of our Tillage. On Friday la?,
our jovia.1 J. P. J. O. Sandl'n was called
from bis Itbors at the still nousa to make
two loving hearts one, and on Sun lay
afternoon in the presence of a large
crowd ot frit n Is and neighbors be tied
the Boo-e of hymen for Mr. Stacy Kelly
of this township, to Mrs. Mary Messer
of the Mt. Mitchell Hotel. Their many
friends wish them a Jong and happjr life
Unclaimed Letters in Marion
J. 31. Vaughn; Miss Carrie Tate; C.
S. Peston; Samuel Ash; A. K. Jinimer-
son ; .Miss JUiIhe Kmeaid : Mr. Thomas
Ausbon; II. G. Ardiss; Miss Julia
Jones, col: Daniel Sooker; Mary C
J. C. McCckrt, P. M.
NOTICE! NOTICE!! NOTICE!!
We are now in possession of the most
valuable mica property in Mitchell,
Yancey and McDowell counties, also
fine timber lands, and it will pay the
northern capitalists and speculators to
call on us when in need of such prop
erty, Dale & Atkin.
Valuable Present Free.
We wish to introduce our System Pills
into every home. We know that we man
ufacture the very best remedy on earth for
the cure of Consumption, BiIliousne.es, Sick
Headache, Kidney Troubles, Torpid Liver,
etc.; and that when you La vt tried the
pills you will gladly recommend them to
others, or tak au agency, aud in this way
w shall have a large, well-paying demand
As special inducement for every reader
of this paper to try these pills and take an
agency at once, we will give to each person
who sends twentv-fire cents in cash, or
thirty cents iu stnmps. for a box of System
Pills, one of the following presents; A
Handsome Oold Watch, a good Silver
Watch, a Valualuabie Town Lot, a Grnuine
Diamond Ring, aCfukU of Silverware or a
Genuine $5.00 Gold Piece. Every pu rebus
er gets one of the above presents. There
are no exceptions. Shaw Ketaedy Co.,
Rutherford, S. J.
A first-class New Homo sewing
machine, equally as good as new,
tor sale cneap, or exchange. Apply
nine ntcojjijomce. -
: 'j; ... . , jv 7
HAS BEEN KE.MOVKI) TO THE
Hats, flows and all Kinds of General Merchandise
CILEAVEll THAN USUAL!
-CALL WHEN IN TOWN AND GET BARGAINS !
' MARION, X. t, April 1st, 1394,
YOU'D BETTER KEEP POSTED
The Record Tells Who i Alive.
Dead Mien Can't Talka
tive Ones Advertise.
A good Texas Cowboy Saddle forsale
cheap, aply at this office.
The Rkcokd and Atlanta Weekly
Constitution one year for f 1.50.
Paints, oils, Hillside plows, well
pumps, iron pipe, Piedmont wagons
and buggies at Jones'.
Everything at cost for 30 days, we
want to make room for spring goods
try us, we mean just what we say;
All kinds of Spring and Summer
dres9 goods at lowest prices at
Medd's Variety Store.
Mrs. J. P; Norton lias just received
a new stock of elegant spring millin
ery, embracing everything in the mil
linery line, ladies hats, bonnets, trim
Tinware, Glassware, Crocker',
lamps, Looking-glasses and Clocks
cheap at Medd's Variety Store.
T. A. White, the old and estab
lished wood workninn can always
bo found at liU old stand, readv
to do any any all kinds of wood
work, and do it cheap.
If yon want anything like a
handsome nccktio Martin Bros.
has tho only nice display in town.
It they can't suit you you will
have to visit the Xorthern markets.
Clothing, Hats, Shoes. Sifters.
Buckets, Baskets and pictures
cheap at Medd's Variety Store.
If you need anything in the no
tion line call on Martin Bros.
Go to A. B. Gilkey & Son for
first class syrup "Surrar I)ri"
at 40c per gallon ; also Taffy in
different flavors, at 15c. per pound.
For Sale. Two good milk
cows. Call on J. S. Klliott.
Kodak Headache Cure, ten cents
per package, at Morphew's.
All kinds of garden seed at W. McD.
The largest line of notions and
novelties in Western North Caro
lina at Medd's Variety Store.
Martin Bros, have just received
a full and complete line of spring
and summer fchirts, m variegated
Mayors Office, Marion, X. C
There will be an election held in the
Court House on Monday May 7th 1894,
for the purpose of electing a mayor and
five aldermen, for the next year for the
town of Marion, X. C.
This April 12th 1804.
J.G.Neal, James Morris,
MeCurry fc Nichols will sell
their immense stock of goods in
cluding dry goods, notions and
hardware, in fact everything they
have in stock, excepting groceries
will be sold at cost, postively at
cost, if you don't believe it call
and see for yourselves.
The following list of watches
being held by . R. Brookshier,
two to four years, will be sold for
repairs unless called for within
thirty davs from date: C, Darl-
tou, Wm. Lane, P. A. Coscy, Gad-
dys, ft. A. Uowman, Gibson, R. II.
Ballard, Cosby, Will Wells, Tom
Carson, Logan Jackson, James
James B. Swisdell.
March 0, lb04.
The Customers Will Find Tht-m Still on Main Strw
main part of th.- lluiiding, tolling
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, SHOES,'
Lewis Maddi-., Pkksidext.
ASHEVILLE, N. C
DESIUXATF.D KTATK Ji:rOMITOHY.
CAPITAL $50,000 SURPLUS S25 0
Wo havo Special facilities for handling the business of Merch
and others in Western North Carolina. If you have no Bank nccc'
or think of a chango, we will I e glad to have you correspond with t:
COOKIXC3 anil II t: ITIXf. NTOVE.N, Good and Che
Doors, Sash aud Blinds, Glass, Paints, 0
Iaint ISniHlieH 2Vall, IIoru .Shoes Ar.
at wholesale prices to country merchants. I keep on hand a tsu
CELEBKATED PIEDMONT wAGOI
REPAIRING A ?SPECIALT,
Prompt Attention Given to "Work Kecei
RETUKN POSTAGE PAID ON REPAI
I- P. McLopd, Caaan
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL-;
I take this method of informing )'ou that I have just opened
LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF HARDWARE, FAn::.7:
IMPLEMENTS, BUGGIES, HACKS AND SPRING WASC.3,
Ever brought to Marion.
which for price, fin- h and durability, have no equal. j
The) areV rranted for 12 months. . E7
Estimates Furnished as to C bargee
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