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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13, 17&
Cork Las been selling in Lincoln
for IS cents a bushel.
The German historian, Leopold
Itankc, is dangerously ili.
A mght snow fell in New York
on the Gth iust., being the first of the
The New York Produce Exchange
Fire Insurance company closed its
doors on the 9th.
"Science is truth, and religion is
love and truth and love arc the
soul of civilization.'
The cry of tho opposition," from
now ou to 18S0, will probably be,
"Anything to heat Grant."
The subscriptions for the relief of
share holders of the Glasgow bank
have reached 90,000.
Fkom Havana, wc learn that the
coming sugcr crop will be unusually
large. The estimated yield is 00,
Ox the 9th hint., a very destruc
tive lire occurred at Cape May,
burning many public houses and
The International Exhibition was
closed ou the 10th. The receipts
since tho opening have been twelve
Murat IIalstead, editor of tho
Cincinnati Commercial, with his
wife and "family, returned from
Europe ou the Gth.
The Republican ticket is elected
iu Colfax county. Clarkson, candi
date for senator from Colfax and
Platte has also been elected.
The O. & R. V. R. R. Co., ask
$SO,000 for extending their road
through Polk count'. The election
is to be held Dec Gth.
The Boston dye, wood and chem
ical company's works and one build
ing, burned in East lioston ou the
9th, property valued at 00,000.
It is stated that Russia has re
peated, confidentially, previous as
surances that she is fully resolved
to carry out the treaty of Berlin J
Johnson: jewelry store, in eighth
avenue, New York Citj', was robbed
on the evening of the 7th, of $2,500
worth of clocks and watches. The
thieves made their escape.
Olix White has been arrested at
Boston, and has started iu charge
of an ofliccr for Kansas City, where
he is charged with defrauding par
ties out of $107,000.
Several of our State exchanges
arc discussing the propriety of re
ducing the legal rate of interest in
Xcbrasktt, as well as the forty per
cent, allowed on tax sales.
Iv tho public should now enter
heartily into the work of informing
their legislative agents as to what is
needed, the work, when they come
to it, may be greatly expedited.
Pat O'JIawes, who 60tnc time
since went to the Hot Springs iu
Arkansas, an invalid, writes to his
friends that he is able to walk about
the house without the aid of 6tick
Washington Thomas, of New
York, who had been promised an
office iu the city by his Democratic
friends, after ascertaining the fate
of his party, went out and hanged
Col. Richard Realf, formerly of
Pittsburg, aud Secretary of Stato
under John Browu at Harpcr6 Fer
ry, committed suicide recently at
the Winsor Houec in Oakland, Cal
ifornia. The snow storm at Vienna on the
3d iust., dcstroj'cd the Telegraph
lines for nearly one hundred miles
arouud Vienna. Parks aud trees in
the cities were greatly injured. The
snow lies several feet.
Advices reached Toronto on the
Gth from jKcwfoundland.that the col
onial government has been requested,
by cable, from the foreign office at
London, to ecnil a statement respect
ing tho Fortune Bay trouble.
While h unting last Friday, Gov.
Hampton's mule became frightened,
mid the bridle breaking, tho Gov.
leaped from the saddle, and by the
fall his right leg was broken iu two
From St. Pctersburgh, under date
of the Gth iust., the Golos declares
that wrgfern Europe must be given
to understand it is impossible in the
present situation, for Russia to ful
fill tho treaty of Berlin.
Bergnec & Exgle's brewery at
Philadelphia was burned on tho
evening of the 9th, consuming the
principal buildings and 10,000 bar
rels of beer. Two hundred meu arc
thrown out of employment.
Itjs reported iu the Pioneer Press
under date of the 9th, that a war has
broken out between the Sioux and
Blackfeet and Assioboincs. Sev
eral of the latter have been killed
aud serious trouble is apprehended.
A Mrs. Hendershot of Yankton
nrystcriously disappeared last
Thursday evening. Sho was last
seen walking alone on Douglas
street. Her husband thinks she lias
beeu murdered. The police failed
to find any traces of her.
Ox the Gth inst., in the London
police court a summons was set
down for hearing ugainst Lady
Aunio Louise Looch aud auothcr
woman, .charging thorn with con
spiring to palm off a spurious child
hj sr Frauds Guoch as his heir.
Of the General Election Tor Platte County, IVebr., held Tuesday, Hfov. 5th, 1878 Canvassed
by the County Clerk, John Stunfier, and Abner Turner and J. P. Becker.
: ! o a s K 5 g 5 s S F w F O 5 i H jf
OFFICE AND CANDIDATE. T : . : 5 : : : : 2 ? -
-r - ! ,77. a.-..
IA . ,"
For Judge of the Supreme Court,
Amasa Cobb, r '. 181 27 22 46 1 21 18 1(5 34 28 25 20 1G 12 31 23 630 2
John D. Howe, d. ? lbC 50 25 3 63 C 39 37 14 0 47 9 20 11 3 4 52$ ...
For Congressman, 46th Corgress,
.Edward Iv. Valentine, r 1J0 27 22 45 1 21 15 1G . 34 28 19 17 10 12 29 10 502 ...
James W. Davis, tl. g 172 00 25 3 63 6 42 37 14 5 53 9 25 j. 11 4 5 530 28
For Congressman ( Contingent)
Thomas J. Majors, r 187 27 22 40 -1 21 18 16 31 28 25 27 10 12 31 21 532 -14
Thomas 1$. l'arker, d. g 181 56 25 3 62 0 39 37 14 5 47 9 20 11 3 .. 518 ...
For Congrcssvian (to Jill vacancy) x
Thomas J. .Majors, r .. 186 27 22 40 1 21 18 1 34 29 25 27 10 12 31 22 533 72
Alexander Hear, d. g 185 50 25 3 .. C 39 30 14 5 47 9 20 10 3 3 401 . .
Albinus Nance, r 187 27 22 46 2 21 18 16 34 28 25 25 10 12 31 23 533 35'
W. II Webster, d 170 55 25 3 63 34 37 14 5 47 9 15 10 3 "2 498 ...
Levi G. Todd, k 10 1 .. .. .. .. 5 .. 1 .. 10 ...
For Lieutenant Governor,
E.C.Carncs, r 184 27 22 40 1 21 Hi 16 34 2S 25 27 10 12 31 24 530 10
Theron M. Blakcly, d. g 181 56 25 3 62 0 41 37 14 6 17 9 20 11 8 .. 520 ..
For Secretary of State, rn
SamuelJ. Alexanderr :. 210 27 22 40 1 21 18 16 34 28 25 27 10 12 31 2 559 87
Oliver T. B. Williams, d. g 137 56 24 3 62 G 39 37 13 5 47 9 20 11 3 .. 42 ...
F. V. Liedtkc, r 187 27 22 46 1 21 18 16 34 28 25 2G 16 12 31 24 534 14
E. II. Ucnton, d. g 182 50 25 3 62 6 39 37 14 5 47 9 20 11 3 1 520 . .
George M. Bartlett, r 187 27 22 46 1 21 18 16 31 28 25 26 16 12 31 24 534 14
S. W. Cummins, d. g 182 60 25 3 62 6 39 37 14 5 47 9 20 11 3 1 520 ...
For Attorney General,
Caleb J. Dilworth. r....1 188 27 22 46 1 21 IS 16 34 28 25 27 16 12 31 23 535 17
S. II. Calhoun, d. g 180 5G 25 3 62 0 39 37 11 5 47 9 20 11 3 1 518 ..
For Land Commsssioner,
Frank 31. Davis, r..... 190 27 22 46 1 21 18 1G 34 28 25 26 16 12 31 23 530 21
.Tames McCready, d. g 181 50 25 3 62 6 36 37 14 5 40 9 20 11 3 1 515 ...
For Superintendent Public Instruction,
S. It. Thompson, r 110 18 20 40 1 5 10 16 15 28 13 21 14 12 31 16 3,6 .
S. L. Barrett, d. g 257 64 27 9 62 22 40 36 33 5 59 9 21 10 3 19 GOG 320
For Dist. Attorney,
M.B.Hccse. r 189 27 22 iG 1 21 18 16 34 28 25 26 16 12 31 24 536 530
14th Senatorial District,
.John T. Clarkson, r.. 180 27 22 40 1 21 18 16 34 28 17 '27 11 12 31 23 514 ...
Henry C. Wright, d 184 53 25 3 62 6 37 37 14 5 48 9 24 10 3 9 529 15
38A JRepresentative District,
Thomas C. Kvan, r 210 37 18 45 21 21 14 18 42 23 3S 2S 31 13 20 33 018 203
A.W.Critcs, d.. 153 42 29 4 43 6 38 32 3 8 33 6 3 9 6 .. 415 ...
51f Iiepresentativc District,
Darwin C. Lovcland, r 24127 21 47 1 21 18 15 40 28 30 32 26 13 31 34 625 264
Ucnry T. Sjuerry. d 101 45 26 2 52 4 32 33 7 5 32 3 7 8 3 1 3G1 ...
Co. Commissioner, Dist. Xo. 1,
John Wise.r.... 113 21 21 47 11 7 20 24 33 .29 41 32 16 20 30 14 484 31
It. II. Henry, d 235 10 5 2 37 20 33 25 7 4 28 4 10 2 4 .21 45 ...
William Gerhold, i 16 49 19 .. 14 .... 13 I .. .. 102 ...
It was reported early on the
morning of the 7(h inst. to police
headquarters in New York City,
that the body of A. T. Stewart had
been 6tolcn from tho family vault at
St. Mark's church. This news cre
ated great excitement in the city.
"Vk learn from "Washington city
(hat the Union Pacific railroad has
responded to tho demands of the
bureau only in part, but submitted
its books for inspection. The Cen
tral Pacific has not complied with
the new law in any respect.
Joiix ItvAN, a brakeman ou the
U. P. railroad, was stabbed last
week at Grand Island by a trump
whom he had put olF the train sev
eral days before. It is probable the
wounds will prove fatal. The tramp
had escaped, but parties went in
Mns. A. T. Stewart has offered
a reward of $25,000 for the recovery
of the body of her late husband,
stolen from the family vault in St.
Mark's church graveyard, and con
viction of thieves. A proportionate
sum will be paid for the recovery
Sheriff "W. II. Anderson of
Texas was iu pursuit of William
Collins, one of the band of train
robber?, and found him on the '8th
inst., at Pembina, Dakota, aud at
tempted to arrest him. Collins re
sisted, and they exchanged shots,
both being killed at the same mo
ment. The non-Mormon women of Utah,
at n meeting held for that purpose
adopted a form of petition to be pre
sented to the women of the United
States for co-operation and signa
tures, to ho presented to congress,
requesting that body to make suita
ble laws to abolish polygamy in
A fire at Council Bluffs on the
9th destroyed property belonging to
Mr. Jacob Roger?, proprietor of the
Council Bluffs Omnibus line, to the
amount of $5,000. The fire origin
ated in a large omnibus barn on
Broadw.13, owned by Mr. Rogers.
Nine 'bus horses were burned in the
building. It is thought that the fire
was the work of an incendiary.
Col. Rout. Lngersoll was engag
ed last week at a New York City
auction in buying heathen gods.
He attended the auction for three
days, and during that time bought
between forty and fifty gods. The
smaller specimens be carried away
from the auction-room in his pock
et, leaving the bulky and unwieldy
divinities to be delivered by ex
press. M.vj. J. "W. Peaks! an of Otoe Co.
has brought a novel suit against
Fleming W. Robb, collector of in
ternal revenue. It appears that they
were both applicants for the ap
pointment of collector of Internal
Revenue, and by mutual understand
ing Pcarman agreed to withdraw in
favor of Robb, and use his influence
and work for the appointment of
Robb, this he claims he did, and now
sues him for this service, claiming
that it was worth $2,250.
Mrs. Richard Bekrv, of Sau
Francisco, residing in a lonely part
of the city, was fouud murdered on
the 7th inst., in her bed. Her head
was chopped to pieces with a hatch
et. The object was robbery, but
onlo a few dollars were obtained.
Footsteps were traced from the
house to a tramps camping place
three-fourths of a mile away and it
is supposed that tramps committed
the mnrdcr. One man found there
was locked up for examination
Dk. Miller of the Omaha Herald
attributes the defeat of the Democ
racy, here and there, throughout the
stale, to the back-down of the party
on the money question, and to the
lack of party backbone It in, per
haps, all-one to tho Itepublicans
results aro all the same, but we
rather think that the good Doctor
will, by close investigation and
comparing notes, find there were
other causes at work in different
localities such as, for instance, bad
nominations aud bad counsels.
The Journal rejoices with them
that rejoice. Wc arc moro than
glad to 6cc the political pendulum
swinging up towards 1880. The
country can now rest easy for a sea
son. Hayes tried "conciliation" with
no special good results except a
positive demonstration to the coun
try that there can be no lasting
peace except ou the basis of justice;
that, until the accomplished facts of
the great war .are accepted by every
section of the Union as fixed and
unalterable, aud that iu the spirit of
loyalty, the people who put down
the Rebellion will stand by to see
that no reactionary measures shall
succeed in undoing the arduous
work of the four-years' war. Let
us hope that the spectre, fiat money,
which lately stalked through the
land and frightened so many, with
tho threat of repudiation, is now
comparatively harmless; that the
ominous unity of the south in the
the presence of a divided north,
always a source of anxiety when the
integrity of the government was
threatened, is a club that can no
longer be held over loyal men. If
the lessons of this campaign arc
heeded by future politicians, the
course of politicalstraddlcrswill net
be followed; the example of party
leaders, bending from the right to
secure votes, will not be imitated.
Among Democrats to-day the name
of Bayard is far above that of Hen
dricks, Thnrman or Tildcn :
Conkling is on every
hat that is
Among competent judges the state
of Nebraska goes for the republicans
by 12,000. This estimate is made in
the absence of tbe official returns,
but arrived at from returns unoffi
cial from the several sou 11 tics.
Our friend, E. W. Arnold has been
elected to the State Senate from the
13th district, without opposition.
Republicans will have a large ma
jority in the Nebraska legislature.
Tho greuback vote in this stale is
very light. They have carried but
one county so far as heard from.
It is estimated that the republi
cans carry Pennsylvania by from
twenty to thirty thousand majority
for Iloyt, candidate for governor.
Republicans also claim to have gain
ed two congressmen and increased
their majority in the legislature.
The Brooklyn Eagle, democratic,
says the election in that city was a
decided republican victory.
Ihc republicans carry the city of
Chicago by majorities ranging from
three to ten thousand, and returns
from the state at large are very fa
vorable and indicate a republican
triumph, at least the republicans
claim a good working majority in
the legislature, but tho democrats
do not concede it.
Minnesota elects Washbnrn, Stark
and Darrell to congress.
Missouri goes democratic as usual
but republicans and independents!
make a better show in ihe returns.
Florida still remaius democratic.
No hope for republicans in that state'.
Wisconsiu leaves her delegation
in congress unchanged, aud a repub
lican majority in tho legislature.
Michigan elects an eulirc republi
can delegation to congress, and the
legislature will be strongly republi
can. It is believed that CroswelPs
majority for governor will reach
Georgia goes for the democrats.
New Jersey is leaning to the re
publican side. In the senate, 11
republicans and 10 democrats, one
of tho latter independent; house, 36
republicans, and 21 democrats.
Smith, democrat and greeubackcr is
elected to congress iu the second
district by 1,000 majority. Amos
Clark, republican, is probably elect
ed in the third district. These two
districts have heretofore been class
ed as doubtful.
Tennessee intended to elect the
entire democratic delegation to con
gress, but by some mistake elected
a republican by the name ol Ilouck.
Virginia elects a solid democratic
delegation to congress. Every co.
in the state has gone democratic ex
cept one, aud only three republican
members are so far known to be
elected to the legiblaturc.
Massachusetts republicans did
nobly, Talbot beating both Butler
and Abbott. Talbot carried every
district in the state by handsome
majorities, except two.
Now Hampshire has gone largely
republican. The new legislature
will elect a United States senator in
place of Wadlcigh.
Dakota Territory elects Bennett,
republican, delegate to congress.
New Mexico probably elects Otero
republican, aclegato to congress.
Maryland by somegoodhap elects
Urner, republican, to congress by a
majority of 1,770.
Texas solid for democracy.
In North Carolina the republicans
gain oric congressman.
Downey, republican, elected dele
gate to congress from Wyoming.
Louisiana votes in this wise; Ack
lin, democrat, is elected by 3,000 ma
jority against a registered republican
majority in his district of 4,000.
From Connecticut a democratic
ballot-box tender was arrested for
substituting democratic ballots for
repuolican votes for representative.
He confessed his guilt.
Liter returns from Kentucky in
dicate the election of two republican
congressmen in that state.
From the complect ion of tho re
turns already received it is hoped
that the next congress will bo re
publican, which will insure the
country a system of wholesome leg
islation and particularly on finance.
GUS. A. SCHRCEDER,
Shelf and Heavy Hardware!
ROPE, NAILS AND IRON,
Copper and Tinware
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
"Wc would call tho Attention ofvlhc
public to the fart that we arc emiWeil to
sell our kooiIs cheaper than anj-Tiouse
in Columbus. .
ELEVENTH STREET, directly south 01
A. Uenry'u Lumber Yard. 407-x
J. C. ELLIOTT,
AGENT FOR THE
STOVER WIND MILL
S20 OSCILLATING FEED MILL,
And All Kinds of Pumps
Challenge Wind and Feed Mills,
Combined Shelter and Grinder,
ji au mi icis, u orse lowers,
Corn Shelters and
Pumps Repaired on Short Notice,
Farmers, como and examine our mill.
You will find one erected on 12th St.,
ca.it of Hammond Housciht'oodrunniD"
ONE-PRICE CASH STORE
Because our expenses are very small compared with other stores in Co-
lumbus, which enables us to sell '
JSTICE 2STEW GOODS
At PRICES TJIAT-CAN'T BE BEAT. We hiiTC-onc ofrthc best stocks of
CLOTH llVC.. all of the lutcst styles, that over was brought to Columbus
and at lower prices than Clothing was ever sold for before.
Wc.luive afull line of -
WHITE DRESS SHIRTS, COLORED CAMBRIC SUITS.
BLUE FLANNEL SHIRTS, aud a 'Complete Lino of
G-ENTS' UNDERWEAR at Low Prices
DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS,
White Embroiders, Millinery Goods, Prints,
BLEACH MUSLIM, UNBLEACHED MUSLIN,
HATS, CAPS, G-LOVES AND MITTENS,
WniCU WE CLAIM TO SELL CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER
STORE JN COLUMBUS. COME AND TRY US.
MORRISSEY & KLOCK,
Store Opposite M. H. White's Harness Shop, Olive Street.
G. H. KKAUSB & SONS,
(Sucmuon to IT. II. WINTEKIJOTIIAM,)
n Mjm r w a Ft m
STOVES AND TESrWAEE.
Have nhvavs been the Motto of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
BOOTS & SHOES, S FANCY NOTIONS,
Hats and Caps, G-loves and Mittens.
"We arc also Headquarters on
Millinery, Flowers, Feathers, Ornaments, and Ev
erything kept in a First-class Millinery House.
Talk is Cheap, hat Wo will not he undersold by any
Straight Dry-Goods House hi the West.
A Child can Bny as Cheap as a Man.
ELEVENTH ST., SOUTH OF
JAECCI & SCHUPBACH,
LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES,
WINDOWS, DOORS, BLINDS, BUILDING PAI'EK,
Oak Lumber and all
THE FINEST AND BEST.'
Ilard-Co.il Stove in the Conntr?,
Besides other kinds too numerous to
mention. iSTncatinfr Stoves, with or
without oven attachment, at
Prices Lower than Ever Before.
- Book-keepers, Reporters,
f T Operators, Teachers,
One Price to All is Our Motto.
HENRY'S LUMBER YARD.
to A. Henry)
Great chance to make
If you. c n't
Id vou can get
Kreenback". Ve need
a person in every town to take sub
scriptions for the largest, cheapest and
best Illustrated family publication in
the world. Any one can bfconn- a mc-ces-ful
atrent. The most elcvnnt.workt
of art jriven free to subscribers. Thi.
price i so low that nlmot everybody
subscribes. One asrent reports making
over !.). in a week. A lady ajrnit re
ports taking over 100 subscriber- in ten
days, All who engage make . money
flit..-You in devote all your time to
the'busini or only voui- spare time.
You need lit 1 be uwav fmni home over
msrht You can do it as well as others.
Full ptrtictilars. directions and terms
free. Elegant and expensive Outfit free.
If you want protit-iblc work send us your
ddri-.i at once. It co9t nothing' to try
th bu-incHs. No one who i-ngasres faiN
to make great, pa v. Address "The. Peo
ple's Journal." J'ortland. Maine. 332-v
It. T. HCM-Altl).
BULLARD & SMITH,
J J. XJXJXJ J
FRUIT, PROVISIONS, &c.
SSST OF fi002S AT LOWSST FKICES !
All Farm. Products
Bought aud Sold.
Highest Cash Price Paid,
Goods Exchanged for Produce
2TGood3 delivered anywhere in the
cny iree orcnarge.
SKW HUILDIXG ON' llTII ST.,
Two Doors East of Journal Office.
HTJNNEMAN & : TOLMAN, I
And Buildinp Paper.
Also constantly oh handmi assortment of HARD WOOlPatnl
We make CLOSE figure for CASH.
Yard and Office on Eleventh St.,)
JSTSKAH U. 1'. IMCi'UT, f
Will bo offered In
Hats, CJaps and Notions,
As my stock 11 ust be converted into ca.h.
Tatlk Im clicu), but price tell,
1 have ot die oml, and nm 1ohbI to cell.
51 W. H. HEIDELBERGHGE,
12th STREET, (2 door,west of Hammond Houe), 2&:
D. C. LOVELAND.
LOVELAND & ELLIS,
CONTRACTOES AlTD BUILDERS!
General Shop Work Done;
ALSO, PLANING AND SAWING,
All Manner of Wood Turning Done to Order.
ALL SIZES OF WELL TUBING CUT.
STORK FRONTS A NI'Kl'IAIl'V.
BUILDINGS MOVED IN TOWN OR COUNTRY.
ALL STYLES of DOORS and WINDOW FRAMES Made to Order.
Feed and Meal always on Hand for Sale,
Also, Lime and Hair.
One Block "West of the)
CI other House, )
Dry Goods and Clottang Store
Is now ready for the Fall and Winter Campaign with an immense .
At prices that were never heard
of before in Columbus.
E5-Dry Goods have taken a big tumble in the Eastern Karkets lately,
and as I buy my goods strictly for cash, I will give my customers the ben-
ent 01 , ana supply mem witn anyming in my line at mucn lower prices
than they were ever known to be heretofore.
AH I ask or is, give me a friendly call and con
vince yourself of the facts.
MEDICAL I imUl INSTITOTE.
7. 2. HirCEZLL, u. a.
. Sf A377N, Y. D
S. a. MZ2CZ3, it. 0., k 7. C. VZStSS, V. a., e.'Cxiia.
Consulting ffyiciass asd Surgeons.
For the treatment of all classes ofSur
gery and deformities; acute and
chronic dHcaacs, diseases of the eye
ami ear, etc., etc.,
J. M. HONAHAN,-
First-Cilsi Work and M Material.
37FuII selection of eastern work al
ways on hands. Kepalrlnj' neatly and
Store.opp. Ihe Post-Office, on 13th St.
"OTT'OrT business you can engage
iJlllYJ JL in. $. to $-.0 per day made
by any worker or either sex, right In
their own localities. I'aticular. and
suuiiui-s worm $.iirce. Improve rour
spare time at this busine3?. Address
Stinson .v fo I'ortlainl, .Maine.
LATH, BOOBS, IIIOWS,.
L. F. ELLIS.
FEED OR MEAL FOR 'JRAIX.
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of tho Revolution Dry Goods Store.
CHOICE LANDS FOR SALE
Banging from $7? $12.50
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13ti Sfcwt, :;p:iiie ?izl-Lct.
Meu'j. and boys' suit? made in the
latest tyle. and jjood fits tmrantecd. at .
very low prices. .Men's suits jW.oo to
Stf.OO, according to the Koods ant work.
Hoy-' suits $3.00 to $4.00. aecm-ditw
aSTcLKANixn ASDitEPAiniNf: rs,v.g, eck
whole suit rrW,... .-Ti" .1 1
pear a: i;K.d t new f..r il.'T.
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