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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 1892
w , DR. HEKRT A. MARTIN'S
Discuses of Women,
Morphine and Opium Habits.
Cure Guaranteed. Consullntloit Free.
OHices, 141 South 12th Street
IHllSIi COKSBMTORT of MUSIC
Ictdenic School for Girls,
All Branches of
Mask, Art, Elocution,
Lltsrature, and Languagss,
M(M kf a Faculty of Hlateen Instructors.
Bach Teacher an
ARTIST AND SPECIALIST.
only Conservatory west of Boston owe
own Duuuini ana lurnismnn, a re.
ome ror isay students. Tuition rross
sues per terra 01 10 wreai.
uaiaiogue ami general iniDnaauoa.
O. B. HOWBIiL. Director.
Ladies' and Children's
air Catting md Shampooing
SAM. W EST ERFI ELD'S
BURR -f BLOCK.
Santa Fe Route I
ltcliisoD, Topeka ft Santa Fe R. R
Tin PcyaUr Route U tk Facile
Through Pullman and Tourist
Btfwwa Ksnsss City and SAN DIEGO,
LOS ANGELES, and SAN FRAN
CISCO. Short Line Rates to
Double Dally Train Service Between
a City and PUEBLO. COLORADO
RINGS, and DENVER. Short
UM to SALT LAKB WU'lf.
The Direct Texas Route
eJM Irakis Between Kama CHy and
Oslvtstaa. The Snort Line Betweoa
Kanaaa City and Gainesville, Ft.
Worth, Dallae, Austin, Temple,
Saa Antonio, Houston, and
all Principal Point
lge OsJy Line Running Through Ike
WLAHOMA COUNTRY. Tke
Oailj Direct Line to the Texas
rsWrlandl. For Maps aad
time Tables and Interna
Bon Regsrdktf Rates
$ , . a4 Routes Call on
, ' or Address
' . L. PALMER, Passenger Agesw,
JCMiNtlO OITM TM( MOMAnff or THt 0OUN1V Wltk MIUl
nJ'MiM'Mkutio.nKMa itvoy at tmywwtw
iri DIRECHf JCVmi t.i and
HOCK lALANV', DAVKNTOIU
If m OHIOACa
FALLS. MHUIKAJ-OLIA. aVU'AVL, ST. J08-
KP1I, AVUMUOIT, IB.VVI;i)))ilTlt KANSAS
cirv toi)'.ka, jrvrJ!p.oiiAiX) bp-nos
SOLIQ VESTrlULIjJiPRESS TRAINS
OmoImiU ilMpcn, Fru
Cbiir Can htjI HMIhJ, Cars dall
IU. cre dally
CAOO. SS8 MO.OiVU, OJUNCIt BLUFFS ant
OKAKA. and en'.vJJ I
CHICAGO niul DBNVEU,
ana rucuw via. nc
m Ths Albert Lea Route.
Stoat Tviiraas TnUna dallr between Ciiler.KC
and Mlnaaaaolla and St. Paid, with THEOUOH
BecUnlaa Ohatr Oars OTRKUI to and rroiu tboav
points and Tsnaaa CUT. Throuiih Choir Car
and aUepa between reoria, bnlrll Lnko and
Sioux Tails via, Sock laland.
Vat Ticket, Map raider, or doelrod lnfornio
tlon.applr at any Coupon Ticket Ollloe, or addreai
I. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN.
fleal ltanaer, Oen'l TUt, o Vaaa. Auu
Ilatch eajr nlrlj lait liftui inou of tlib,,
mi. who can it4 utl Mrli.ail Mao,
ftr tu.inicllon.nlll Hwaluduilou.1,
Itww la torn Tarta Ikvauiae bIUr. a.
Year la laalrai.ali)iila..Hhtnfrlli.rh,a.l lll .iMfumlA
HesaeMTaWmabalvaf ,ae.MnilacaUiv, l.liyaauqakhlv
iaaratS I Saera l.y out woratr torn tatli illMrivl at cvualr, I
aatealeiadjrttuvUI aa4 tirovldad wlu, tniitluiuttiii a Uifj
It. wSk tra waalag ottt SHIS a a t.,L ImNKW
4 l., ,uriu.Ur.'MKI . AdJimaloao
tcvAiaLkar. Bs . ami mim, ataisr
WOMAN AND HOME.
sERIOUS RESULTS WHICH OFTRN
COME FROM CARELESSNESS.
A rnnnl Hunt 'Itiilr fur (! Nina Mrnl.
IIimv Mnllia Multiply A Word tup Wife
nnil Mulder liiiiurliiiit nml liitrretllnji
Matter fur tint Huiiivioaker.
To Illustrate tliu ctilpuhlo carelessness
of some nurses limy Im given the following
true ntiiry ttilil liy the wife of nn eminent
ph)slclnin "I have no doubt," she said, in
thr coursuof louversutlon, "tlmt many of
the distressing chronlu troubles of the
splnu Mini It mure obscure ramification
hiiiI manifestations might, If parent lint
know It, Im-directly traced to some net of
wanton thoughtlessness on the part of tho
nursery imild. It liiilteilreadful to think
of micli 11 delicate llltle piece, of mechanism
being given over to the caru of an Ignorant,
Indifferent person. TIio least sudden jiir,
If the weight of the body In resting lit nil
on the spine, might be exceedingly In
JurloiiM, mid, for that reason, I would etinot
n Inw, If I hud my wny, to abolish bnby
carriages for Infants under a yenr old at
"If your nurse In too laxy or too weak to
carry her nursling, Rot another woninti,
but do not expose jour helpless little tino
to the jarrlug.movemcntsof oven the best
springs In lifting the carriage across a
curb, etc. Besides, tho actual heat of the
liuiiinti InnI' Imii ureal protection against
cold, hihI no amount of eiderdown or wool
en will lake the place of the protecting
wnrnitb of n kindly bosom and strong,
"I will tell you what I notunlly saw
saw once," she continued nftern iiiouivnt'ii
hesitation. "The Htory Im mo painful that
I hardly like to tell It, but It may do goixl
In showing young mothers tho actual dan
Kern to which their babies are exponiil, I
wnM walkliiK lu Htreut one afternoon
when a uurxe who wan evidently belatitt
paHxed me with a bnby wauon at n very
.iilck pace, the little enrrhme, with Its
HleepliiK baliy, HwnyliiK up anil down on Hh
ey xprltiK with the rapid motion. 'On,
do take care I' I exclaimed, tut nhe paMxed
me with n midden Hwerve of the Utile
Vehicle, 'you will hurt the child.' Tim
jrlrl nave an Impertinent tos of her head
ami muttered HomothliiK that I did not
catch, turnliiK at the mime time Into the
banemeut In rear of it I a rue, Due lioime, and
without clieckhiK her career nhe bumped
the carriage down the three or foumtepx
that led to the Incliwure.
'"I will do am I would like to bo done by,'
I snld to myM'lf, on watching the perform
ancu, 'althoiiKli It Im miinll lliankH that I
will net, I dare Hay.'' So I ran iiplli'e Hten,
rnnK tho bell, mid told the butler who
enmeto the door that I winded to nee the
lady of thehoiiHe. Luckily I found favor
lu his Kindt, for without reinoiiHtrnuce Im
showed me Into a little Hide library, and a
second after a pretty young woman walked
lu with an lniulrlliK exprcxNlou on her
pleiiHiuit face. 'I U't your pardon for In
trudluK,' I Ik'kiui, 'but I feel it Im my duty
to tell you Hint your maid will do your
child serlotiH Injury If she John down the
stepn lu the manner I have JiiHt noticed,'
and I wiut proceeding to kIvc her n llttlu
Information nbout the delicate structure
of the head, neck and itplue of youiiK in
fantM, when her manner fro.e me at once.
'Thank you,' nhe Maid hauuhtily, 'but I
think I can trunt to the experience of my
"Ah mIis h,ioke there came tliu Hound of a
Hind of rapid footxtepn in the hall, and n
maid burnt In upon iim. ',Mr. A , comu
quick 1' Hde pnuttil; 'tde baby lin n lltl'
lu an hiMtant the motlier was out of tde
room and runnliiK down tde basement
Rtull-M, wdlle I, feeling tdat I could I hi of
no line, left the house, pitying the poor
young tiling too much to blame her. The
next day I panned by and noticed with a
start of horror tde fatal luxlunhi of mourn'
log on tho door tdo baby wIim dead. Did
the doctor know, I wondered, that it dad
A IVanut Hunt.
A pleasant and easily arranged evening
entertainment, suitable for winter or hum
mer. Is prepared lu this way:
First, put In order the room in which
you Intend to entertain your guests, as Miy
change tn the position of the furniture is
undesirable after "thu party" is ready. It
Is a good plan to remove any fragile arti
cles of brlc-n-brac or furniture that may lie
within ensy reach of the "hunters." Get a
good supply of peanuts, aocordlug to the
slse of the room and, the Btimber of your
guests. , '
Count the peanuts and record thu num
ber. Then let tdem Is? hidden In every
Imaginable but particularly In every un
imaginable plnce. Kxerclse all your In
genulty.aud rememlM-r that wlta Justus
bright as yours are to And what you have
concealed. Home times, however, It hap
pens that n very conspicuous place Is the
last to be searched.
Now prepare as many little baskets or
receptacle of soma sort as you art) to have
guests. The little "cat baskets" are very
good for tdis purpose, but boxes or larger
baskets will serve as well. A little decora
tion of some sort enhances the pleasure of
the seekers, and at the close of tho evening
the baskets may be given' as souvenirs.
The small baskets may be prettily grouped
In a large basket, ami both may bo tied
If the company I Inrge the players may
be asked to "hunt In couples," and the ban
kets may be arranged to match each other.
When the hunt begins those who have
placed tde nuts are to act as umpires, In
case thero should lie any question as to the
first finders, and they must also notice
whether all tdu nuts have been found, and
so determine thu end of the game.
Sometimes a single nut is dipped In ink
or dyed red and hidden away very securely,
and the person who finds this particular
red or blnck nut Im the winner of the game.
Uut generally the prize Is given to the per
son or thu couple whose basket shows thu
greatest number of uuta. Youth's Com
Rules for Cooking Meat.
The orthodox rule for the cooking of
meat, fish and fowl is to allow a quarter of
an hour to every pound; yet this recipe
needs to le mixed with brains. Some
families like rare, others well done meats;
again, a joint may be unusually thick or
remarkably tdiu; again, full grown nnd
mature meats, sued HHwef and mutton,
are best wjth red gravy ooziug from them,
while Immature or white meats, such as
lamb, veal, tork, etc., are absolutely dan
gerous miles done through to thu Isjue.
A good rule to allow twelve to fifteen
minutes, acci rding to thetasteof thu fami
ly and the thickness of tiie joint, for the
rooking of every pound of Is-ef and mut
ton; fifteen to eighteen minutes for tde
rooking of every pound of pork, veal, lamb,
haul, bacon, tlsh and every kind of fowl,,
AccldeoU Hppeti, however, the oven
may be too hot or too cool, the lire too
slow, and what uotr Ho m cook should
learn toktiow by the nppenraiice of the
lili'Mi iihcii Mien 11 ik niiiiicinniiy cixircti.
Ilinv can thlr. lie donef lly carefully olf
KervliiK the Appearance of the meat around
the center hone or boiicM. If the learner
Im) lu doubt, the blade of a knife can be
run lu about an Inch to the bone, nud the
meat Allgdtly raled and examined for a
moment or two. After one or two trial,
tdln will be found to lie an infallible
method. It Im iptlte right that next tn
the bone beef and mutton should be re-l
and juicy, but If I lie beef be blue or the
mutton Iiiih tdat Ktrauge, raw look K'cu
liar to mutton that hiiMJiiht felt tho heat
of the lire, tde Joint need n llttlo more
rutiklr.ii wlilli. ivlilti liii.nlfi Mlifilllil Im
1 white, even to the hone, with the excep
1 Hon, pcrhatw, of lamb, willed many peo
ple prefer wild a little pinky juice oorllig
through. Oood lloiihekeeplng.
How Motlm .Multlptr.
It Im now a clearly defined fact that there
are three dlNtliielnpeciet of wool destroy lug
mot d common to this country. The com
mon specie are light brown In color. They
begin to appear late in April and may oc
casionally Imi seen about nn late anAugust.
They pair off and tho female then
searches for suitable places for the dispo
sition of her eggs, working her wny Into
dark corners, crevices of tliu walls, cracks
In the floor, or deep Into the folds of gar
ment, apparently choosing by Instinct the
least consplciioiiM places.
The moth lays from eighteen to one hun
dred and forty eggs at n time. From these
eggs hatch, I u a period of three to seven
days, the white, soft larvio or worms, all
of which begin to ninko a case for them
selves from the fragments of tho cloth
Upon which they feed. Tho case Is In Hie
shape of a hollow roll.
The worm reaches Its full growth lu
thirty-six days, and then, crawling Into
some yet more protected spot, remains tor
phi during the winter within Its case,
which by this time Is thickened and
fastened at either end and Im tho full sized
It Im the thirty-six days' period from tliu
time the egg are laid to tho time thowoim
or grub rencheM full sire that the damagu
After a thorough airing of a woolen fab
ric for the purMwe of driving out any con
cealed tnotii for n moth abhors light and
after time ha been given to the develop
ment of any concealed egg, yon niny, Im
reasonably sure t hat there Is nothing harm
fill on the fabric, then It is as safu douu up
inn paper parcel as It would be If saturated
and burled beneath all thu antlinolli
remedies in existence,. Philadelphia Up-
A Word ror the Wife anil Mother.
No one love lelter than tlui writer to
seeneat little homes arranged with tastu
and care: to read,of neat llttlo wivea' trip
ping to meet their husbands, their glossy
hair neatly brushed, a dozen pies on An'
pantry shelves, four loaves of bread, beau
tifully browned, on thu kitchen table, thu
kettlesiiigiug, tiie steak "doing" and every
thing humming as merrily us a top. It Is
the reverse of Ionian tic, it Im realistic, it Is
brutal, to stale that all till costs money lu
hand; tdat if you live, from hand to mouth
from day today your stove would splutter '
and refuse to bake anything: your pies I
would be horrid, your bread heavy and,
sour. That the little wlfu would have no
time to brush her hair nor bake plea. She
would no seiner get the baby to sleep than
Johnny would come in with his one pair of
trousers torn sous to demand Immediate,
attention, and his uolsu would waku the
baby up again. IMesI It takes a domestic
amazoii to do tde hundred and one things
our I'ltiltau greal-graudmotderH aru said
to have done. I don't beliuve they did 'em,
Who Is it says: Income 100, expendi
ture i!IOO Is., result misery. Income the
saine.expendltiirei'UHlOs., result happiness?
Dickens, Is It not? He was right of courso.
The principle Is correct. Cut yourcoat ao
acconling to your cloth. Hut If It Im to bu
of homespun wear it ghully and call it
homespun. Don't buy broadcloth at homo
spun prices and call the world to witness
how advantageously you spend your money.
Mary Abbott in Chicago Post.
A Word About CaUe Hair.
False hair In an abomination. Of course
thero comes a day when age has swooped
down upon the once luxuriant growth and
carried off great handfuls of glossy tresses
that must be replaced through the agency
of thi dealer tn lilrsiite adornments. Then
and then only Is false hnlr justifiable, yet
It Is a fact that ninny women not more
than thirty-five years of age wear false
bangs because It Is such a trouble to fix
This Is a terrible mistake, nnd wo have
no doubt that where these lazy ones are
married this very question of false hair
has had much to do with cooling the ardor
of the husband, who perhaps was attracted
largely by the pretty and becoming style
In which his wife arranged her owu glossy
locks before marriage. If a woman's
crowidng glory is her hair, why not make
the most of it, Instead o' lecause she is
tired or it is not actually curly resort to a
f tinned on affair, guaranteed for a few dot
ars to withstand dampness.
These bangs never deceive, any one, and
thu transformation at uigbt, when my lady
takes It off and reveals a plain, smooth
pate that Is woefully unliecomlng, Is
enough to shock any man. Outside of all
this, a man thinks that a women who tries
to deceive about her hair will likewise in
dulge lu little deceptions on other points,
and the false bang always proves a setback
to admiration, no matter how benutlfully
It may 1ms adjusted. Philadelphia Times.
The Ttiyalque of the Girl of Today,
The American girl of today lias more
arms, neck and bust than formerly
Twenty years ago her arms were apt to bo
skinny and the bones In her neck showed
To a certain extent these things are true
now, so It W often remarked that Kugliwh
young women have ln'tter necks and
shoulders than those of this country,
though their faces aru not so pretty.
The present style of corsage makes the
bust seem high and the waist as long as
possible, the latter effect being heightened
by making thu corset so as to repress and
confine loth bust and hips. One must
commend the first point, which is an tin
provement on the old fasdlon requiring
that the bust must Imi low. A low bust is
a mark of jiii Inferior physical type.-aa you
may observe lu many tribes of savages. In
that respect It Is like an overlong waist,
which can never properly Im considered
After awhile we shall see a revolution
in the style, which will demand that the
hips shall appear as high as possible, so as
to glvu apparent length to the legs and the
most graceful effects of druery. I.ook at
the Greek stiuue and understand what I
mean. Young I n lies' llazar.
The Heat i:erili for Women.
A celehtausl physician on bei ng asked,
"What Is the exercise most conductive to
physical beauty In women?" replied very
decidedly, "Walking." Teunls hu declared
t0 too t0,t,and too much of It Is like-
ly to lengthen tde arms and make the
height of tho shoulders uneven. Cycling
renders women awkward lu their walk;
they g'-ndmillycouie toiilovo with a plung
ing kind r.f motion tho reverse of graceful,
and frequently cultivate weakness of back
which makes them hold themselves badly.
Hiding Is one sided, and women who Imve
habitually ridden for years usually have
one hip hlglier than tliu older.
Croitiut really dwn not give exercise, nnd
after a survey of all tliu ways he knew in
which women take physical exercise, he
considered uotiu so conducive to health nnd
lieaiity of form a walking. It ought to he
persevered In and done lu nil but tho worst
weather, and particularly in winter. It Is
the cheapest and safest too. A woman tuny
be hurt with a ball at tennis, injured off a
horse or tricycle, or recelvo a blow on Hie
head from a club at golf, willed Is now
being Indulged In by females. 1'lttsburg
Itiml Devonshire Crenni,
Any American housekeeper may have
Devonshire cream on her table if mIiu will
take tho trouble to prepare It. Most peo
ple have the erroneous notion that It Is tliu
particularly rich cream of tliu county from
which it is named.
Hlch, new milk Is put into a very shal
low vessel witli an extended surface, nnd
Is then set on thu range, whero the milk
will be warmed, but on no account boiled
or even scalded. Thu heat will cause all
thu cream to rise to thu surface lu a very
short time, and tde pan I tlien taken off
and placed in tliu Ice box or some other
When thoroughly chilled thu cream may
be taken niT, and will bo nearly of thu con
nlsteucy of newly made butter. This Is put
in jars, and at breakfast Is served with u
spoon, and Is delicious with oatmeal, Isir
rles, jam with everything, in fact, with
which ordinary cream Im eaten.
Its peculiar merit lien In thu fact that it
Is not only tliu richest of cream, but will
keep sweet for 'two or three days. New
I'liiiiuua Women's Hiiuill I'nmllle.
Among famous women wlio were, mother
of small families comes KlUubcth Harrctt
Drowning, who had only one sou. Mrs.
Somerville, Hie mathematician, had two
daughters and one sou only, though tdiu
was twice married. Mine. George Sand
had two children, u sou nnd a daughter;
so had Lady Mary Montagu, whose "let
ters" are so admired in literature, and
Mine, du Sevlgne, writer of equally fa
mous "letters" In Frcnvh. Mine, du Stncl
had three children In her early married
life. When forty-eight years old sdu mar
rltda second time and then had another
sou. George Kllot (Mrs. Cross) was child
less, and so was Mrs. Craig, the author of
"J oil 11 Halifax." Mrs. Harbnuld, whoso
prase and poetry weru both much admired
in the Inst century, had no children, nnd
the same was thu case with her equally
praised contemporary, Mrs. Opie. Ex
change. How H Woman Can Make a Living.
I liavu a scheme for some woman who Is
wondering what sdu sdall do to maku n
living. Let her get up u business card
stating that shu will do all kinds of mend
ing for gentlemen, work to bu called for
and returned, and leave tho cards with
some self addressed postals witli tho land
lady of every good housu she knows of, to
bo distributed among thu men whose laun
dresses can neither darn, mend nor sew
buttons on. If shu does it in a business
like way and at reasonable rates she ought
to get up enough trade to employ two or
threw girls. A man dates to throw away
a silk handkerchief because tho hum has
raveled out, or give away garments that'
hnppeu to have a silt in the wrong plnce.
Now York Recorder.
Water the Iteet Cosmetic.
An authority warns women who would
preserve or enhanco the beauty of their
complexion and what woman would not?
to use rnln water, if possible, to wash
their faces in. If this Is not procurable,
boll the water before using It. With this
good soap should bo used, as the basis of
all beauty Is cleanliness. It Is a mistake
to fancy that oils and unguents will cleanse
the skin. A few women still cling to this
most mistaken Idea, nnd there never was a
greater delusion. Water Is the best of all
To Sick Students.
Mrs. President Dwight, of Yale college,
originated the Idea of a "Yale home" f.ir
students who may need medical care r
nursing. Mrs. Dwight, with the assistance
of many ladles of New York, among ther i
Mrs. William C. Whitney, obtained funds
for the erection of tho building. There
every student who Is 111 can bo under the
care of a matron and physician, and receive
all the attention which could be given bin
at his home. Hoston Woman's Journal.
Lady Tennyson's Culluarjr Hklll.
Lady Tennyson das always been a notable
housekeeper. Early in his married life her
husband said jestingly Hint should litera
ture fail Ids wife would keep tho family
from poverty by her culinary skill, nnd ho
added, "I nin sure the Tennyson tea biscuit
would prove a success." lieforo her mar
riage Lady Tennyson was Miss Emily Sell
wood. She was a uieco of Sir John Frank
How tha French Iron Nupklne.
In France, Instead of using sfirch on
table napkins, after they are washed and
dried and ready to bo ironed they aru dipped
In boiling water and partially wrung out
between cloth. They are rapidly Ironed
with as hot a tlatlron as passible without
burning them. They will be beautifully ,
stiff and glossy, Now York Journal.
Sick children are sometimes overfed and
overstimuluted. Milk, beef Juice, mutton
broth, winu wliey, oatmeal and barley
gruels usually furnish a sufficiently varied
menu and are more likely to agree with
the stomach than Ice cream or wluu jellies.
The Brooklyn hospital for women and
children has a board of sixty women man
agers and a hospital staff of twenty-two
women physicians. It is tde only hospital
In Brooklyn where women are permitted
For a best all black dress get tho cork
screw repped beiigallue ami make with
spangled jet vest uud sleeves. Have a hat
of .black braided felt trimmed with wings
and 'a velvet torsade.
Thu potent factors In women's tempta
tions to driuk me declared to hu "doctois
orders," grocers' licenses, want of employ
raeut and "louellut-bs."
Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett says that
shu lias iniide up t-torlts ever since she can
rcmcmlwr ili thing, and that slum site
was seven yeara old sde bus w rltten them.
In Franco tberonre (If teen women among
I the thirty -six factory Inspector.
Manufacturers Agent !
I have just received at ny repository, direct from the factory, n largo line of FIItST
CLASS ll'Oth', nnd nin offering tlicn at prices that positively dis
tance nil competitors. Sec my line of
And all the Intcst Novelties in tliu Carriage,' line. Hclng manufacturer's ngent
some of the greatest factories, I am in n position to offer goods nt closer
figures than retailers. It will pny you to call nnd see my
' ArBr LINE before making purchases.
E. R. GUTHRIE,
1540 O STREET
We have just employed a skillful workman from the East, who Is fully com pn tec
to miike nil repairs in the nbove lines. T. J. THORP & CO.,
320 South Elctcnth ftrcct
Moving Household Goods and Pianos
Nono but experienced men employed. Latest dovlcos for moving Machinery, Hafos, and
otlier Heavy Articles.
Bljt BurIii)$toi8 Serritory
AIRr-WnroMM Danoi des Alphabets.
THERE CAN BE
NO MISTAKING THR
"AT THE RAILROAD WORLD'
-ALWAYS WAt ALWAYS WILL BE A LEADKH
MN'L PASSENGER AOINT.
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dlabwoob, dbtkoit, dbs moinbs amd dbmvbr.
kvansyillb, bris, blmira amd bau clair b.
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