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CAPITAL CITY COURIER SATURDAY OCTOBER 22, 1892
WALTER WELLMAN GOES
ADISE VIA PULLMAN
HeVlilU lllll Nj mill (Icorge Vnmterbltt
nt Anlinllle-Tlie Millionaire's Magiiin
cent Mnnslnii No Unite li Young Vn
derbllt . (llorlnu Inillmi Hummer.
AsiiEVil.t.i:. N. C, Oct. 20. Until to
day I did nut know Unit one could go to
paradise via Pullman cur. Dut hero 1
am In n country which tho celestinl land
capo artists might well iuiitnto, oven II
It U Indian summer hero In thotuouu
talus of western North Carolina. The
nights nro so cool that ono wears an
overcoat out of doors, and within draws
nigh tho big llrcplaco In which tho ash
logs are crackling right merrily. -The
days nro dellulnusly warm, hazy, lan
guid, yet not wearisome. Around the
mountain tops is n thin bank of blue
smoko. Tho air scorns to bo all ozone
and tho sunshtno all nectar, and you
can't drink in enough of either.
It is a time and a place in which to
loaf and invito ono's soul. You forget
tho cares of life, its habits and Its weak
nesscs all savo tho habit of eating. In
Asliovillo your appetite gross, material
and ravenous will romlnd you that
though this is paradiso it is only n para
diso of tho earth eat thy.
Bill Nye, who was onco a tenderfoot
ont in Wyoming, has been in tho ctTotc
east long enough to have his oyotccth
cut and to know n good thing when he
sees it, and Bill Nyo lives i in Asliovillo,
whoro ho Is tho town's most' dis
tinguished citizen. To look at him in
his pictures one would think ho could
livo without eating, but ho doesn't, and
ho says that while Ashevillo is a para
diso for tho poetic man, and tho man
who loves to got near tho great heart ol
nature, and tho lazy man who wnntt
lots of Runshino and lots to do with
colored servitors to do it all it is also n
paradiso for a man with an appreciative
and industrious stomach. Bill Nyo ha
all of theso qualifications for residence
in paradise, and so ho has chosen Ashe
villo for his home.
Mr. Nyo lives llko a princo in Aslio
villo, as ho can wull afford to do upon an
income- of iJM.OOO a year, tho said In
come being tho funniest thing there is
to Nye in Bill Nyo's humor. Ho has n
lino house on tho mountain side, beauti
ful grounds, n splendid carriage nun
pair, and so mnny colored servants thai
ho doesn't havo to pull his own boot.
off. Mr. Nyo is tho most popular citi
zen of Asheville. When times aro dull
in tho fashionablo hotels tho community
clubs together, gets up n banquet to
Nyo, and, after filling his capacious skin
with tho good things for which thi
mountain region is famous, sit and
listen to ono of Mr. Nyo's speeches.
Lucky Nyo I To bo feted in parodist
and to havo tho floor as long ns ho wants
it is felicity Indeed.
Thero is another distinguished citizen
of tho United States who believes this i"
paradiso. That is Mr. Georgo Vander
Lilt. Perhaps you have read or heard
something of tho homo Mr. Vanderbilt
is building for himself hero. It is not
exactly a summer cottage nor yet a
winter lodge. When it is finiohed and
Mr. Vanderbilt has company, thero will
bo no need of any ono sleeping on tl
floor or going out to tho barn to bunk.
Mr. Vanderbilt has moro money than
Mr. Nyo,. and theroforo ho is building n
larger house than that occupied by the
great humorist. Just how largo the
Vanderbilt house is to bo I don't know,
but I got lost in the collar of it today,
and probably should havo been then
yet if that gallant fellow, Colonel Me-
Kissick, hadn't rescued me.
Tho Vanderbilt houso is ns yet all cel
lar and foundations, and theso havo cost
the snug aum'of $450,000. How much
will the houso have cost when finished:
The architect's estimates are about if t.
000,000, but I'll wager something that
the total runs to $.0,000,000.
George Vanderbilt is a millionaire
after my own heart. I have definitely
determined not to bo a millionaire, but
if anything could tempt me to change
my mind it would be a chance to emu
late young Vanderbilt's example. Thl
fortunato young man came to Asheville
a few years ago hunting and fishing.
Ho fell in lovo with tho country, at
every ono does. Then ho looked around,
thought home deep thoughts and said
to ono of his friends:
"I havo tin idea. Tho greatest trouble
with my lifo is that I have no aim, no
purposo, nothing on which to conceit
trato my energies. In tho safety deposit
vaults in New York I havo millions of
dollars in bonds and securities. When
I look at them they disgust me. They
seem so useless, so unproductive, noth
ing but white and green paper. I can't
play with them, work with them, uoi
do anything with them. Thoy simply
worry me, without giving mo any pleas
ure in return. Now I am going to make
thoso pieces of paper servo ino some isr
f ul purposo."
"What aro you going to do?"
"I am going to create right here in
Asheville the finest gentleman's heat In
tho world. It will tako mo ten year
and I don't know how many million dol
lars to do it, but it shall bo done."
Tho foregoing conversation actually
occurred on tho portico of the Battel y
Park hotel. From that duy to this Mr.
Vunderbllt has been ono of tho happiest
of men. Ho has nn nim in lifo a pur
pose. Tho consti ucti ve instinct, tho de
sire to build something, is strong in nil
of us. It is this faculty that George
Vanderbilt Is now giving play, and on a
scale so mngnifleuut as to almost chal
Ho began by puichasing, or rather
having ngeiitH quietly purchase for him,
iomu ltt.wm acres of beautiful land. It
is hill, foivti valley, farm, plateau, ly
ing principally between tho French
Broad and tho Kwnuunnouii vera. Along
tho former stream, famous tho world
over for tho beauty of its scenery, ho
will havo ten or twelve miles of fibbing
and boutlng upon his own estate. Much
of tho ground is high and nightly, com
mandiug a view for thirty or forty mile
in all directions.' From tho omlnencoon
which tho Vunderbllt palace Is Mint
erected ono rimy boo mountain poiiks In
four state North Carolina, South Car
olina, Georgia and Tennessee.
Vunderbllt sot about creating tho
finest estato in tho world in systematic
mannor. Ho employed architects, gar
deners, engineers, landscape artists and
an army of workmen. His paytoll
niouo is 0,000 a week. About onco In
six months his hired men, thinking ol
their employer's twenty million fortune,
go on strike for higher wages. His man
ager cables for instructions, and the
reply always is, "Glvo thorn what they
ask." So, you see, Vunderbllt Is goner
ous as well as ambitious, as a young
man who has almost million dollar
for every year of hU earthly existence
enn afford to iw.
Hundreds of acres aro set out to young
trees. In this cltmato all sorU of tree
and shrubs, excepting tho very tropical,
will grow, and Vanderbilt Intends add
ing to the beauty of the natural forcstt
all varittcs tho world can afford. Tin
greenhouses nro to bo as largo ns some
of the World's fair buildings at Chicago.
A herd of eighty fluo Jersoya.'alroady on
the place, will iucrcaso to several huu
dreds before their owner Is ready to conn
hero to livo.
From tho town to tho palaco sito out
of tho finest macadamized roads In tlit
worldi two miles long nnd embellished
throughout with shrubs, vines and
flower plots, has been constructed
For tho transportation of building m.i
terial n railroad of tho samo length wm
built, locomotives being usod for nil but
tho steepest inclines, whoro cables an
employed. Vanderbilt's privnto brick
yard gives employment to 100 men.
Tho crowning featuro of tho whok
work is to bo tho palaco. A palaco in
deed I It is a maxim that tho liotitt
which looks largo in its foundations it
largo suro enough. Tho foundations of
this houso appear to mo to bo as largo at
thoso of the foundations of tho Capilol
at Washington. Evidcucoof tho princo)
manner In which young Vnndorbiltdoe
things is found in an enormous iniisonrj
work at ono end of tho foundations of
tho palaco. Massivo walls thirty feet
high, looking for nil tho world like sonic
ancient castle, incloso a section of the
hill nbout 825 feet long nnd 150 feet
wido. Theso wero originally intended
for tho foundations of tho house, but
Mr. Vanderbilt didn't liko this part ol
tho plan nnd decided upon a now 1ioum
And what will ho do with tho inclosun
thus mado at an expeuso of probabh
$200,000? It is to bo his tennis court!
Tho foundations of tho houso, even
moro massivo than tho walls inclosing
tho tenuis court, nro about 400 feet bx
200 in extent. Abovo tho foundation
aro to rise four great stories. From tin
character of tho foundations ono ma
imagine tho bewildering beauty of tin
superstructure. It is to bo a stoiu
palaco of 100 rooms. Mr. Vnndcrbil
planned it for nlnoty-ntno rooms, but
tho architect has taken tho liberty ol
adding another. Tho banquet hall, the
ballroom, tho library, aro to be baronial
Vanderbilt travels in Europe, picks uj
now ideas and comes back here and
spendB millions upon them. Ono of hi
notions is nu arcade or gallery running
about GOO feet from tho houso to nu as
tronomicnl observatory, and down i
marblo cascade from obsorvatory hill it
to run n stream of mountain water.
Tho stables aro to cost half n million
and horses nro to come from Ruhsi.i
Arabia, France, England and Kentucky
Deer and elk aro to roam in tho estate
and nil sorts of gamo nro to bo preserved
in tho forest, whero foxes already
When Vanderbilt gets through wltl
this work he will havo something 1
which America may well bo proud. Hi
is ono of tho most rational millionaires I
know of. Tho only mistako ho has nudt
is in falling to marry, but ho is youuy
yet. A student he is; u solid young tin
who loves his own society and that ol
books. Ho comes horoand camps out
by himself in the wondrous "land of tin
sky" iu the Blue Ridge and Alleghanj
range, hunts and fishes. No dude i
young Vanderbilt. for he was seen bath
ing in the Swnnuiinou one morning whet
there was white frost upon tho ground.
Thero is no fear of his money giving
out iu tho prosecution of this groat en
enterprise. As yet ho is spending onh
his income upon it. Some of tho more
sordid members of tho family say young
Georgo is a fool to spend his money in
this way, but his mother, I learn on
good authority, came down here, saw
what ho was doing, baskod in tho sun
shino of tho mountains, und said
"Georgo, if your monoy isn't enough tc
finish this, call on me. You may have
my fortuno If necessury."
I do not think young Vandorbilt 1b a
fool. He is building wiser than he
knows. When 1 look ahead fifty or a
hundred years, to a tlmo when tho Van
derbilt family has run to seed, and see
this uuigio p.ihico nnd this matchless es
tato used nsagieut university for col
ored young men nnd women, I feel like
giving the millionaire my blessing.
I havo talked so much of Nyo nnd
Vuifdutbilt and tho palnco that I havo
no spaco left in which to describe tho
beauties of "tho laud of tho bky" and
tho interesting people who inhabit it.
This favored region lies from 2,000 to
3,000 feet above tho sea, has neither
mosquitoes nor malaria an ntmosphoro
noted for its dryness and its health giv
ing properties, its coolness in Hummer
and its salubrity in winter. It has scen
ery fur fumed, mountain peaks the high
est this side tho Rockies nnd corn
whisky and candled yams on which
Bill Nye is actually growing fat.
Lucky Nye, lucky Vanderbilt their
tents aro pitched iu paradise.
A Story of Kxtrrnt Cruelty at
T'u plnrxn of ti hotel. 1
Kdlth Tl.l hotel advertise "all natural
advantages. ' Whero nro tho men, I'd like
to know f
Grace A man nt n summer hotel Is an
unnatural ftdthntngi'. my dew.
Edith (uiytrrIoui)) Well, anyway, 1
know a man who Is expected hero this
Oraco (still moro mysteriously) So do I.
Edith I'll Introduce, you tomorrow, but
I must havo his undivided attention till
Grace Certainly) I'll bring mine nroiint
too. Won't tho other glrlH bo Jealounf
Edith Horribly sot It's shameful tho
Way some girls act when thoy sue a man,
Grace (earnestly) Isn't Itf And then
thoy always want to keep hltu to them
selves. What Hrt of n chap Is this of yotimr
Kdlth Awfully nice. Lots and lots of
Grace Mine too. I hope they'll know
A figure nppears In tho doorway of the
piazza nnd gar.es out Into tho night.
Killtli I understand that Uoanilo ilium
expects her flanco tonight. Shots getting
Grace So I heard. She's ono of tho girls
I won't Introduce.
Kdlth Mo too. Says sho doesn't want
to know every body.
Grace Beautiful examplo of reciprocity,
but my Oh, hero's the stngel
Subdued excitement. Hotel stage drives
up with guests from tho train. Several
men alight and are met by their wive.
Miss Budd greets tho only stranger. As
the pair pass by both girls bow to him.
ymii!Z Do yu know "'"'
Two sighs blond In a faint nfllrmntlvo
Edith Is he tho ono you kuew was com
Ingf Graco Yes; and your
Edith (faintly)-Y-yes; but I-I didn't
Grace Npr 1. I didn't think Rosalie
Budd could bo so mean.
Silence. F. S. M. Iu Harper's Bazar.
Snlnte-Heuvo, tho great French critic,
having occasion to sieak of what Ik
thought Impatience on tho part of an end
nout theologian and ecolcMaatlo, hrlghteiu
his discussion and enforce his lesson l'
telling a story of Alfred do Muk.hcL
When tho future poet wan n small child
his mother bought hliu a palrnf bright rid
hoes. The maid put thi-iu on his feet am'
mado ready to take him out to walk
Something delajed her for n minute, and
little Alfred grew Impatient.
"Hurryl hurryl" said he. "I want t
start. My shoes will bo toooldl" Youth'i
llm llvit Mnu,
Won by n Neck.
Old Uncle Abe had lived for eighty
fears In single blessedness and Kentucky,
and then Cupid, tho arrant knave, had
-touched his heart, and Lize Ann, n good
looking "ynller gal" of twenty golden
milliners, claimed him for her own. One
lay his former mistress met him and ques
"How is this, under" she asked. "I
bear you are to lie married."
"Da's right, missis," ho confessed un
blushlugly. "You ought to be ashamed of yourself to
think nbout marrying a girl of twenty."
he pleaded. "I 'ho boon to git married
whar lub lights, an (ley's no flghtln ng'ln
hit, Meed dey hain't, missis."
The love lighting argument was too
much for her, and she extended her con
gratulations. Detroit Free Press.
lvV 7"l, "' tl ("'""W' ,v' iji,.u .. . ji. ..I.... , ,
'At. six per cent, per rinim n ait'd'H't'ilsh cYHrinllssloiV
or at eight per cent, no commission, for periods of
three or five years on well located improved real es
tate in Lincoln or Lancaster county.
INTICUIiST ALLOWItl) ON SAVINGS DKI'USITS
rWPOSlTOKS IIAVK ABSOLUTIC SKCUIMTY.
Union Savings Bank,
i 1 1 South Tenth Street
She Who win the bes' man at tho wed
He I fink I wuz. My present cost fo'
t.iirnnla Letter Writer.
It Is not often that so neat a compliment
can bo conveyed In n laconic letter as Hint
which Is credited to James Russell I.owoll.
When Lowell's first wlfodled rumors wen
rlfo ns to his re-entering matrimonial
bonds with another lady. A friotid of his
a lady took every poaslblo opportunity
of correcting this report, which sho be
lieved to bo untrue. Hearing it so often
repeated, however, sho began to think
there must ho some truth In it, and made
up her mind to wrlto Lowell nnd got at
tho facts. Sho begged him to let her know
tho true state of affairs whether she wad
to believe him a ncvcr-to-bo-consolcd litis
band, or after all, "Just liko any othct
man." Tho answer was prompt and brlefi
Drau Madam- Yours, llko nay other man.
Charles Dickens was usually tho most
courteous of letter writers, but ho could lit
curt enough on occasions. An Oxford un
dergraduate took tho liberty of sending
Dickens somo of his poems, with a view ta
Insertion In "Household Words," of whlcl
Dickens was editor. With tho verses he
sent a note which ran thus:
Slit Understanding that y'nu Insert rhyme
In ) our serial, I send you somo.
To this Dickens replied:
Bin Wo do not Insert rhymes without rcn
Tho stage furnishes us with another la
conic letter. Quln had withdrawn to Bath,
soured bythu triumphs of Gnrrlck. He
desired to Imi asked back to Coven t garden,
but Rich would not humor him. Ho wrote:
I am nt Ilnth. Yours, James QntN.
And received tho reply:
8lny thero mid ho hanged. Yours,
Verbosity is tho besetting sin of nil offi
cial correspondence, so that a laconic (lis
patch Is refreshing.
W. H. Crawford, secretary of the treas
ury, wrote to S. Dlnsmore, collector nt the
port of Mobile:
Tur.Asunr Drpaiithrnt. I
Wabiiinoton, Jan. 15, IKS. I
Sill This ileiiurtmeut Is dcslrlouaof know
Ing how far tho TomblKbco river runs up.
You will plcaso communlcato tho Information.
Rciectfiilly, W. 11. CnAwroiiD.
Tho reply reads:
MoniLE, Fob. 7, IKS.
SlH I hmotlio honor to nckuowhxlKo tlu
receipt of your letter of tho 15th lilt., nnd of In.
formlnK jou Iu reply that tho TomblRboo rlvei
docs not run up at alb ft. DiNSMona.
Elkvknth and N Stukicts.
Capital Stock, $3150,000. Liability of Stockliolers $500 00c
INTERBST PAID N DEPOSITS,
Wm. Stull, Pres. J. E. Hill, Vice-Pres,
Louis Stull, Cashier.
DiitKCTOKS. D 1 Thompson, C E Montgomery, Geo M.
Hastings, II II Shabcrg, W II Mercery, J C Allen, T E San
dors, J R Mill,Wm Stull, Louis Stull, Geo A. Mohrenstceher
$r.xit.xliji';rjtitxli. tfr-i$r vtr-i' ak.A&. rJtArr.'fc.tfr. t$irfw.V.s;
y ami all times. Tor lerinn ami Information, end at ollleo of OAl'ITA
i Gitv Couhikii, IKII N Htrcoi,or ivinpiioiiowi.
fari rrs-7 i;nyn$ ip 7$tt$v $x ryrtri-yx $r$rr-$r -tyri
H). gvuittc, fptvectov
f(cr ten yearn of active work wllh tho Mimical Union Orchestra,
ofOniiilm. un Dheclnr. iliirluif which tlmo tho niiovn (irciicnirii fur-
n'Minl iiiiimIo for nil tho prominent rvonl,rrrlcull , theatrically, elo.
1 eomo to l.lnnilit to eliuiiirn penmniilly In Oii-hentra InislncM, friillnu
confident that I chii furiiliih lt elllroiiH with th best of music nt liny
Mrs. PlunkliiKton (to visitor, Willie
Sllmson, who has just eaten tho Inst piece
of pie) Won't you have another piece,
Wllliof There's plenty more in tho pan
trv Willie (dmihtfully)-I don't know. If I
thought that was so, I nillit.
Mrs. IManklngton Why, what do jou
mean? Don't you helievu what I tell our
Willie Ma told mo not to. New York
A stout lady went Into a shoe storo In
New York city and said to a salesman:
"I want a puir of bath slippers, plenw
and very quickly."
"What mi 111 her, ina'ainf"
"What number Number 240, sir."
"Number IMUf What do you niciiii,
"Why, No. 248 Fifth avenue, of course."
On UU Dlcnlty.
"Is MUtah Gwaynusfnf" asked tho sable
"He Is, Hah," replied the dusky function
ary at the door, "hut ho is occupied."
"How soon, sah," said the culler, pulling
up his shirt collar, "will Mlstuh Gwayiiun
bo vacantf" ChltiiKo Tribune,
Elephant on Toast.
Tho young man from tho country took
his Krcen necktie and his best girl Into a
restaurant on Woodward avenue, nnd like
somo young men when tho girls nro around
ho was disposed to bo facetious at the
"Walter," ho said, "bring mo a broiled
"Yassir," replied the waiter perfectly
"And, waiter, bring It on toast."
Then he stood there like a statue for
"Well," said tho young man, "are you
going to bring Itf"
"Why don't you, thenf "
"Orders is, sir, dnt wo ha to git pay in
advance for elephants, sir. Elephants on
toast, sir, am f 18.000.2.1; ef you take it wfd
out toast, sir, It a:n only ( 18,000. sir."
Tho waiter never smiled, but tho girl
did, and the young man climbed down.
Detroit Free Press.
Finest in the City
HAVING Jut assumed personal control of my
my aim to conduct a first-clu.
horses entrusted to our keeping,
stabllshmcnt, gMng bcit of care
stables, it will be
and attention to
Single or double, and a fine line of wcll-tralncd horses for livery use
nlidicd, day or night.
DAVE FITZGERALD, Prop.
FRANK RAMSEY, Foreman.
Stables 1639 and 1641 O Street.
Our Parlors are the
HAS NO EQUAL.
Fine line of Confection
handsomest and coolest In the clly.
cry and Hakery Good always fresh.
A New Itallwwy Kchruio.
Hail ways through tho Simplon pass
havo been bitguvbtcd f l etiuently, but a
Lausauno ill in now proposes to iiuilco u
lino over tlio pass. Tho railway would
run from Urieg to Doino d'Ossolo, iu
Italy, mid tho steeliest section would bo
constructed on the cogwheel systom,
l.lfn III a r'lut.
I'oahMjs loved u quiet life,
To sit ut homo mid nail,
Or wutrh my luis) llttlu wife.
Ah, thin mis Jay luilieilt
Iiut now all this Is chuntied, ulatl
M) wife U In ik'nmlr;
Mj lU'iilniM now aliroiiil I iiawi,
My pleasures seek eUuu hero.
Yet (to lint think ui wlfu lo blume,
.Mj (ouifoltVull her Joy,
And il I.iih nl a) Ik en her ulm
Tonlihlil inn from miuoy.
Hut 1 wnuhl rather far hu dciul
Than fpelrl iu eieiiliiusthuro.
You n-e my iiululiUiiroieilieail
11 a Uniiiihi u ha klnu chair.
-New Yi"k Kveulnir Huu.
When I Go Home Ag'ln.
I tutor to bo h country chap with freckles on
Rut sarcunistancM ilrovo me to tlU dWuuit
ThU ratllln, noisy city when you'r ltet at
By n keerlesn, IiuhsIIii multUaoi) &n fcerrlctl
don ti Ihu street.
But soon, for tw ii short weeks, I'll Icvo (his
nervopriHtrullu tl In.
U Iu It prime.
An I'llpt homo sk'Iu.
"When 1 go Iioiiioiik'Iii" oh, Jlnksl howipxxl
that houihIs to mo
I'll Btratlillo ovory hluh rail fuuco nn otilu up
An after hiivln oliu squaru men I of milk an
I'll bo lmv ii In llm methler lot nn woller In tb
Then I'll take nlf my rout nn shoes an race
An ehaao thu eows,
An spill tho house,
When I u-o homo hu'Iu.
Then 1 will Uuui tho babblln brtxik that Idle
hour by hour.
An run iIihI'm Krlnilmnno an bis saw by light-
I'll rlgn tbluit foriburulii nu tunilnoer bay.
An other hi hemes so ilnil can do three times an
much per day,
Bec-uuse, jou see, I hardly care myself 'bout
bo mini ont.
To great t-xtuut,
Wlii'ii I go homo nu'in.
When I go biiine Mg'ln O Uird. keep me alhe
till Iheii -I'm
golu Iu n.sMlmmln with Krustus, Zeb ami
An we'll illvo n duck each ollur hi tho mill
pond neur Ihu Hue,
But our iniei vmiii'I "lltriMitu" iiHsumonsthey
An 'foru 1 gt iiilto borne to he-If courage
A. Sou's I'll slop
Ail-an meblm pop.
When I go home ng'ln.
J oo I'onu In Huston Courier.
Sunday Orders Fromptly Delivered.
1307 O Street.
An Old School ina New Location
Ninth Year. 25 Departments. 30 Teachers
Ucnutlful, healthy locution, magnificent bulldine, fine equipments, superior accoin
inodatlons, strong faculty, comprehensive curriculum, thorough uotk, high moral and
chilstlan Influences nnd low expenses make this
The SCHOOL FOR THE MASSES
A practical education, without nitdlos waste of time or ircnej is luinlshcd by the
' Western Normal College
You can Enter any Time and Choose Tour Studies
ThU ureut school l located In Hawthorne, three miles southwest of the post oll'.ce and
w-ll he connected hv clecliic street car line, YOUR CAIt FARE I'All). In nidi r
that all may see our manv advnnlnges In the way ot buildings, equipment faculty, etc
we will pnv our car fore from ur home to Lincoln pro hied you nre present on U'e
opening day of the full term, Sept. 1893. Write for partlcutais.
Heml inline umlaihlroMies of BS young people nnd wo will send sou c lolooof tine Ja-lnel.
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