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WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 23. 1892.
Blaine is reported as better.
W. B. FoX-a. farmer nf Adams county,
lias 14,000 bushels of corn for sale.
. Twelve fresh cases of cholera and
three deaths in Hamburg from Friday
' The U. P. pay car left S30.000 at Grand
Island tho other day, a good little sum
-" for a good little city.
". ' The total vote this year for president
is: Cleveland 5,507,990, Harrison 5.17C,-
611, Weaver 1,025,000, Bidwell 258,347.
. Cleveland's plurality 391,379.
Sundat fire destroyed tho Keenan
Hour mill and tho plant of tho General
Knitting and Flynet Co., at Wilwaukee,
both incendiary. Loss, S23S,000.
The democracy will mako a desperate
struggle to elect a United States sena
tor, but they will have to have the help
of tho alliance, which they are doubtful
A statement issued last week by the
United States treasurer shows tho net
gold holdings of tho government at
S119,284,194, a decrease of nearly SG,000,-
' 000 since tho 10th instant.
. TnE supremo court has rendered a
- decision in the Clay county contest case,
"virtually declining to act in the prem
ises. This is well enough let tho legis
lature bo tho judge of its own members.
President Harrison has accepted a
proposal from President Jordan of the
Iceland Stanford, jr., university to be
come a member of tho faculty of that in
stitution. His duties will call him "to
Palo Alto two or three times a year, land
it is probable that ho will mako Califor
nia his winter residence
A telegram from Stockholm, Sweden,
says that famine in tho government of
Ulcabory threatens to causo an exodus
of the poor people. Hundreds have
gone to tho coast of tho gulf of Bothnia
to seek means of emigrating. Uleabory
City is crowded with starving peasants.
In the interior tho people aro dying by
The Beo is informed that tho following
independents do not purpose entering
tho demo-populist combino for the elec
tion of U. S. senator: Ex-Speaker Elder
of Clay, Porter of Merrick, Oleson of
Saunders, Snter of Antelope, Fulton of
Harlan, Beall of Custer. There aro said
to be eleven all told, who would doubt
Jess be glad to havo tho democracy vote
for a populist.
Herman Thiessen, a bachelor living
alone eight miles west of Beatrice, was
found dead in his houso Friday. In ono
hand ho clutched a revolver which had
one empty chamber. Tho only compan
ion the man had was a dog who sprang
at the neighbors when they had entered
tho house. It was near this place that
an entire family of five was found dead
about a year ago.
Gen. Frederick T. Dent died at Den
ver Dec 23d, of dropsy, at the age of
72 years. He was born in Missouri in
1820, graduated at West Point in 1843,
served in the Mexican war, being serious
ly wounded at Moliao del Bey; served
through tho civil war on tho staff of
General Grant; was retired at his own
request in 1883, after serving forty years
in various branches of the U. S. army.
He was brother-in-law of U. S. Grant.
Whatever olso tho legislature do,
thoy should put an effectual stop to what
has come to bo known as Pinkertonism;
they should get a better hold upon cor
porations of all kinds; they should
abolish tho "death penalty" for delin
quent taxes, and consider that the poor
and the unfortunate have a right to live
without being "robbed in accordance
with law;" they should elect Paddock to
succeed himself as U. S. senator, or somo
other man equally as good, and then
draw their pay, and return to the bosom
of their constituency.
It has at length been decided. Tho
programme for tho opening of the expo
sition next May has been completed by
the committee in charge. Grover Clove
land is to deliver the only address and
start tho machinery. No other orator is
to bo heard. Tho hall in which tho cer
emonies take place will seat only 5,000
persons. One thousand tickets will be
reserved for officials of tho fair, mem
bers of congress and others, and tho
remaining 4,000 seats sold at $3 each,
tickets being issued upon 'invitation.
Of course, there will always bo at least
4,000 people in the United States willing
to spend fivo dollars that way.
A law of this sort would add mate
'rially to the prosperity of tho state
without injuring the railroad workmen
or the railroads themselves. It should
be neither highway robbery on the part
of the railroads nor a public execution
like the Newberry bill on the part of
the people, but it certainly looks as
though the prosperity of the state and
its inhabitants is injured by tho present
rates. Not only on farm produce do
the rates appear to be an unnecessary
' burden but on the goods that merchants
ship in to the inland counties to sell.
They are obliged to pay as high rates on
all merchandise as the farmers do on
their produce but who can doubt that
the consumer and not the merchant pays
the freight. A reasonable freight bill
is of more importance to the people of
the state than the matter of what the
politics of a few house and senate em
ployes are. f Albion Argus.
The democratic editors of Nebraska
who met at Lincoln last week disapprov
ed of the supreme court passing on the
qualifications of the members of the leg
islature, a co-ordinate and equal branch
of the legislature; opposed any alliance
with the republican party on any ques
tion, under any circumstances; favored
a union between all opponents of pro
tective tariffs and force bills; favor a
reduction of railroad expenses, telegraph
and telephone charges; favored a special
season of congress next year, provided
the democrats shall have a majority in
' the senate; and took pride and pleasure
in calling public attention to Gov. Boyd
and his appointees. Among the new
officers elected, D.F.Davis of the Colum
bus Telegram is chairman. The next
nesting of the association will be held
at Columbus, Feb. 15, the day preceding
the State Press convention.
Suggestions to Legislators.
Tin mnn thnn inet walk ud the hill and
then walk down again. Hastings Ne-
braskan. . .
The king robber of Nebraska people is
the average express company. PapiUion
The people should be protected against
sharks that are robbing their depositors
in many towns in the state. Ainsworth
The railroad question is the one wludi
tnvctxra atmvB fivprv other in interest to
every fanner in the state, whether he be
populist, republican or democrat; and
tne iaiiure wj ma&e u uouwuoiauio icuuv
tion in rates by the coming legislature
will surely meet the condemnation of an
indignant public. isrwooa umzen.
The Nebraska railroad commission
should be relegated to the rear by the
incoming legislature. Never since itex
isted has it accomplished any perceiva
ble good for tho benefit of the people. It
was a republican scheme gotten up for
the express purpose of providing a soft
berth for a number of politicians. It
should be done away with. Schuyler
The present legislature should not ad
journ without passing a law requiring
holders of mortgages, either real or chat
tel, to endorse partial payments on the
record as fast as such payments are
made. If a man buys a farm and gives
a mortgage on it to secure back pay
ments, just as fast as each note is paid
the record should show tho fact. Both
the trading public and the mortgagor
are entitled to have this done. York
A Court of the Electors.
The official announcement of the vote
on president in North Dakota makes it
now possible at least to give the result,
says the Chicago News-Becord.
Cleveland has 278 electors, or all from
Alabama, Arkansas, California, Connec
ticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hli
nois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana,
Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, Now
Jersey, New York, North Carolina, South
Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia,
West Virginia and Wisconsin, and also
six from Michigan and one from Ohio.
Harrison has 144 electors, including all
from Iowa, Maine, Massachusetts, Minne
sota, Montana, Nebraska, New Hamp
shire, Pennsylvania, Bhode Island, South
Dakota, Vermont, Washington, and Wy
oming, with eight electors from Michi
gan, twenty-three from Ohio, three from
Oregon and two from North Dakota.
Weaver's electors number twenty-two.
He has the complete votes of Colorado,
Idaho, Kansas and Nevada, with one
vote from Oregon and ono from North
It is unprecedented that the electoral
vote of four states should be divided.
The arrangement for choosing electors
by congressional districts is responsible
for tho division in Michigan. Fusion on
ono elector by democrats and populists
caused tho result in Oregon, and tho
peculiarity of the North Dakota fusion
led to the success of only one Weaver
elector there. The division in Ohio was
apparently due to a misconception on tho
part of n few hundred voters of tho
proper method of marking tho Austra
Cleveland's majority over both com
petitors is 112.
Tho returns are worthy a little bit of
study. Cleveland gets six votes from
Michigan and one from Ohio, while Har
rison has eight from Michigan, twenty
three from Ohio, three from Oregon and
two from North Dakota. These four
states constitute the first great aggre
gate of electoral votes that havo drifted
apart, and it may be that before many
years, tho sentiment of the country will
demand the choice of presidential elec
tors by congressional districts. This
would seem to be along the line of our
development as a peoplo and perfectly
consonant with our institutions, provid
ed no oligarchy in the great parties uses
it as a hammer simply for tho punishing
of political opponents, while at the -same
time holding its own forces as a unit.
Weaver's strength was in the west
where there were the fewest peoplo
and the fewest electoral votes, there
was scarcely dust enough to hide the
scheme of the democracy from the very
plainest viow of everybody, but it was
sufficient to do tho work this time.
Tho political elements are changing,
and if tho lines could only bo drawn
straight through, without reference to
geography, but with exact and strict re
gard to right, there would be more hope
than there is. Thero is too much of the
scramble for office, merely for the sake
of holding the office, and not for tho
advancement of interests essential to the
welfare of the country.
From our regular correspondent.
Tho most daring and desperate demo
cratic conspiracy since the days of those
concocted for the perpetuation and ex
tension of human slavery is now well
under way. Its chief manipulator is
Senator Gorman, and the "boodle" end
is being looked after by Senator Brice,
whose relations with wealthy monopo
lies gives him control of all the money
that may bo needed. It was to blind
the peoplo to tho object of this con
spiracy that Gorman, Brice and Com
pany raised tho senseless cry that the
republicans were trying to rob the
democrats of the senators to bo elected
by tho legislatures of California, North
Dakota, Montana, Wyoming and Ne
braska; as though that party could be
robbed of what it does not possess a
majority in the legislature of either of
these states. The democratic conspira
tors do not hope to elect democrats
from any of these states to the senate;
but they do hope and expect to make
deals with the populists by which men
will be sent to tho senate who will aid
the conspiracy by voting as directed by
chief conspirator Gorman.
It might be supposed that tho legisla
tion for which these votes aro desired
was in some way connected with the
so-called reforming of tho tariff, or with
tho financial policy of tho Cleveland
administration; but it has nothing to do
with eithor Gorman and Brice aro both
at heart believers in a protective tariff,
and neither of them takes any stock in
the idea that the democratic party is
going to make radical changes in tho
tariff policy. Tho legislation for which
tho votes of populist senators is wanted
has for its object the perpetuation of
democratic control of the national gov
ernment, and in order to obtain pledges
from them that they will vote for the
repeal of tho laws providing" for super
vision of national elections by deputy
U. S. marshals and U. S. supervisors of
election cash and big promises of pa
tronage, some say even to the extent of
a cabinet position, are being used.
With the laws providing for even the
partial federal supervision of federal
elections (which the present statutes do)
out of the way the democratic conspira
tors see nothing to prevent tho demo
cratic party retaining power for an
indefinite period. They figure that they
could then be absolutely certain of the
159 electoral votes of the solid south,
beside those of New York, New Jersey,
Connecticut, Illinois and the democratic
districts of Michigan, thus making, a
democratic nomination for president
equivalent to an election. This scheme
is entirely in keeping with the history
of the democratic party. Fortunately
for the country at large, irrespective of
political parties, the republican leaders
have known of this conspiracy from its
beginning, and they have been untiring
in their efforts to defeat it, which they
are now Hopeful, although not yet cer
tain, of doing. Should they faif to
defeat it they will be in a nositinn tn
make such an exposure as will raise a I
wave ot indignation from the Atlantic
to the Pacific.
Bepresentative Antony of Texas is one
of tho democrats who is anxious to
hurry up the introduction of democratic
ideas. He has introduced a bill in the
house providing that no more pensions
be granted under the dependent pen
sion act of 1890, and that the payment
of all pensions which have been granted
under that law shall be stopped. Mr.
Antouy's democratic colleagues are real
angry with him for having been so pre
cipitate. Tho democrats of the house were
almighty glad to vote for the two weeks'
holiday recess, dating from Thursday of
this week, as it will prevent their having
to work so hard to kill time and to keep
from doing something that might dis
please boss Cleveland.
Another set of people who warmly wel
come tho Christmas recess are tho repre
sentatives of the European steamship
companies who have been struggling hard
to stem tho strong congressional current
in favor of a temporary suspension of
immigration. They hope to be able to
nnvinrA"f;nmft rnntrressmen before the
end ot the recess that a suspension of
immigration would be quite as bad for
tho country as it will be for the steam
President Janios F. Burke, of the
league of college clubs, who became so
widely known through his activity in
the late campaign, had a conference
with the president a day or two ago con
cerning the fnturo work of this valuable
auxiliary of the republican party, and
the president agreed with Mr. Burke
that tho proper thing to do was to con
tinue the work of tho league, increasing
its membership and extending its influ
If such prominent democrats as rep
resentative Hatch, chairman of the
house connuittco on agriculture, know
tho future intentions of their party, it is
certain that one of the first things the
next democratic house will do will be to
restore the duty on sugar, thus increas
ing the cost of living to every family in
the United States.
NEIMSKA MISCELLANEOUS .MATTERS.
The members of James Sharkey's'
family of Grafton have brought suit
against a number of saloon keepers
and their bondsmen to recover $10,
000. Sharkey was arrested for forg
ery and it is claimed he signed the
names to the notes while under the in
fluence of liquor.
Mrs. O. P. Cope, living one mile
west of Germanlown, became vio
Isntly insane last week, and on Thurs
day was taken before the insanity
commission and on Friday he was
taken to the insane hospital at Lin
coln. She was very noisy and violent
and had to be carried into the car.
One of the Sumner boys recently
recaptured after escaping from jail at
Auburn was locked in the steel cage.
During Saturday night he picked the
lock and when the jailer opened the
jail and went after a bucket of water,
Sumner followed him out and made his
escape. The sheriff had just paid $50
for his recapture.
Mrs. Peter Levenick wife of a
tailor of Omaha, was found dead in bed
about 7 o'clock the other day. A
hasty examination developed the fact
mat the women went by the morphine
route. According to the s: ry of the
neighbors Mrs. Levenick and her hus
band quarreled and the woman took
the easiest. way of shuffling off.
Playing baseball on Sunday is a
violation of the Nebraska law. The
supreme court so decided in the case
of the State against O'Rourke, a case
originating in the arrest last year of
the Lincoln baseball team while en
gaged in playing a game on Sunday in
Lincoln park. The players were not
fined by the county judge. The county
attorney filed exceptions and carried
the case to the supreme court for an
Interpretation of the law, so that fu
ture controversies might bo avoided in
regard to tne legality of playing base
ball on Sunday.
Mrs. Peter Lesnick of 2015 Cum
ing street, Omaha, committed suicide
last week by taking a dose of mor
phine. Poverty and domestic trou
bles was the motive which prompted
her to end her life. Her husband is a
tailor and engages in odd jobs. He is
more attentive to the flowing bowl
than to the wants of his family, and
on this occasion left home early in the
morning to spend the day drinking
and carousing. At 4 o'clock the chil
dren, consisting of two boys and a
girl, ranging in age from seven to
eleven years, returned from school and
found their mother in bed dead.
Hon J. H. Young, one of the old
est settlers of Otoe county, died last
week. Ho had buried his wife the
Sunday previous. Mr. Young was a
prominent member of Syrac. ;o Ma
sonic 1 age and was buried with Ma
TnE Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
By is the only lino running solid vest
ibuled, electric lighted and steam heated
trains between tho Missouri river and
Chicago, consisting of now palace sleep
ing cars, elegant free reclining chair
cars, Inxnrious coaches aud tho finest
dining cars in tho world. Tho berth
reading lamp in its palace sleeping cars
in TMitontoil anil reinnot bo" used by anv
other railway company. It is tho great
improvement or tlio age. xry it ana oo
rrnirinflp!. Close connection in union
depot at Omaha with all trains to and
from tho west. For further particulars
apply to your ticket agent, or
F. A. Nash, Gen'l Agt.
W. S. Howell.
Traveling Fr't. and Pass. Agt.,
20jantf 1501 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
"I have just recovered from a sec
ond attack of the grip this year," says
Mr. James O. Jones, publisher of the
Leader, Mexia, Texas. "In tho latter
case I used Chamberlain'sjCough Rem
edy, and I think with considerable suc
cess, only being in bed a little over two
days, against ten days for the first at
tack. The second attack I am satisfied
would have been equally as bad as the
first but for the use of this remedy, as I
had to go to bed in about six hours after
being 'struck' with it, while in the first
case I was ablo to attend to business
about two days before getting 'down.' "
50 cent bottles for sale by C. E. Pollock
& Co. and Dr. Heintz, Druggists. tf
Somo foolish peoplo allow a cough
to run until it gets beyond tho reach of
medicine. They often say, '"Oh, it will
wear away, but in most cases it wears
them away. Could they be induced to
try tho "successful medicino called
Kemp's Balsam, which is sold on a posi
tive guarantee to cure, they would im
mediately see the excellent effect after
taking tho first dose. Price 50c and SI.
Trial size freo. At all druggists. 33-y
The homeliest man in Columbus as
well as tho handsomest, and others are
invited to call on any druggist and get
freo a trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam for
the throat and lungs, a remedy that is
selling entirely upon its merits and is
guaranteed to relieve and cure all
chronic and acute coughs, asthma, bron
chitis and consumption. Large bottles
50 cents and 81. All druggists. 33-y
When Baby was sick, wo gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she bod Children, she gave them Castoria.
St. Patrick's Pills are carefully
prepared from the best material and
according to the most approved formula,
and are the most perfect cathartic and
liver pill that can bo produced. We
sell them. C. E. Pollock & Co. and Dr.
We want every mother to know that
croup can be prevented. True croup
never appears without a warning. The
first symptom is hoarsenese; then the
child appears to have tafcen a cold or a
cold may have accompanied the hoarse
ness from the start. ' After that a pe
culiar rough cough is doveloped, which
is followed by the croup. The time to.
act is when the child first becomes
hoarse; a few doses of Chamberlain's
Cough Bemedy will prevent the attack.
Even-after a rough cough has appeared
the disease may be prevented by using
this remedy as directed. It has never
been known to fail. 25 cent, 50 cent
and $1 bottles for sale by C. E. Pollock
& Co. and Dr. Heintz, druggists, tf
Rheumatism Cured in a Day.. "Mys
tic Cure" for Bheumatism and Neuralgia
radically cures in 1 to 3 days. ItB action
upon the system is remarkable and mys
terious. It removes at once tho cause
and the disease immediately disappears.
The first dose greatly benefits, 75 cents.
Sold by A. Heintz, druggist, Colum
bus, Neb. 14-y
English Spavin Liniment removes all
hard, soft or calloused lumps and blem
ishes from horses. Blood Spavin, Curbs,
Splints, Bing Bone, Sweeney, Stifles,
Sprains, Sore and Swollen Throat,
Coughs, etc. Savo S50 by use of one
bottle. Warranted the most wonderful
Blemish Cure ever known. Sold by C.
B. Stillman, druggist. 2Gnovlyr
If yon are troubled with rheuma
tism or a lame back, bind on over the
seat of pain a piece of flannel dampened
with Chamberlain's Pain Balm. You
will bo surprised at the prompt relief it
affords. 50 cent bottles for sale by C.
E. Pollock & Co. and Dr. Heintz, drug
gists. t tf
Land Office nt Grand Island. Neb., )
December 20. 1S92. J
Notice is hereby (riven that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will bo made before tho clerk of
tho district court at Columbus), Neb., on Febru
ary 6th, lfcftS, viz: Johann Baumann, Homestead
No. 172tS9, for tho 8. W. 4 of bection 2J, township
17 north, of racpo 3 west.
He names the following witnesses to prove Ids
continuous residence uion and cultivation of,
said land, viz: Christian Boss, Albert Horner,
John Bobs and Jacob Tschndin, all of Wood
burn, Neb. FRANKLIN SWEET,
To all whom it may concern:
Tho Hoard of Supervisors, thisdayin regular
session, declared opened the following section
lines as a public road is:
Commencing at the northwest corner of Sec
tion 28, Town 17, Range 3 Went, and running
thence east one-half (li) mile, on section line,
and terminating at the northweut corner ot the
northeast Quarter (U).of the said Section 23, and
known and designated as the "Sibbernsen Road."
Now all objections thereto or chimin for dama
ges caused thereby must lie filed in tiio office of
the County Clerk of Platte County. Nebraska, on
or before noon, February 7th, A. D., 1603, or the
said road may be duly located without farther
Dated November 251 h, 1HI2.
(i. W. rillLLIPS,
7-Dec-lt County Clern.
To all whom it may concern:
The Hoard of Supervisors, of Flatte County.
Nebrankn, in regular bcion tids day. declared
as opened the following eection lines, for public
Commencing at tho N. E. corner of I ho N. W.
M of Section 4, Town ll Range 2, West, and
running thenco wett on Section line one-half
(li) mile, and terminating at the N. W. cornerof
said N. W. '.i of Section 4. Town 111, Range 2,
Weot. and known and designated as the "Air
Now all objections thereto, or claims for dam
ages caused thereby must be filed in the County
Clerk's office, nt Columbus, Nebraska, on or bo
fore noon, February 7th. A. D.. l&'.C, or tho loca
tion may be made without further reference
Dated this 25th day of November, 1892.
G. VS. PHILLIPS,
7-Dec-4t County Clerk.
To all whom it may concern:
The special commissioner appointed to view
and report upon a proposed public road, com
mencing at the South East corner of tho S. W. J4
of 8. W. li of Section 2, Town 17, Range 2 west,
and running thence due south about HO roils to
tho South East corner of the N. W. U of N. W. H
of Section 11, and running thence dne east about
three-fourths (Ji) of a mile, and terminating nt
a public road running north and south between
Sections 11 and 12, Town 17, Range 2 west: (tho
said proiioscd road to bo known as the "Oconee
Road,") has reported favorably thereupon.
Now all objections to the location ot the said
proposed road, or claims for damages caused
thereby, must be riled in tho County "Clerk's
ollice, at Columbrs, Nebraska, on or before noon
January 21' h, A. D. 1893, or tho said location may
be made without further reference thereto.
Dated this 23d day of November, 1692.
G. W. FlHIAIPS,
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER CHATTEL
Notice is hereby gi en that by virtue of tlireo
chattel mortgages, which are hereinafter de
Ono dated May 19th. 1892, and duly filed and
recorded in tho office of tho County Clerk of
Platte County, Nebraska, on tho said 19th day
of Mar, 1S92, and executed by David Carrig to
The Columbus Stato Hank, of Columbus, Ne
braska, to secure the payment of the sum of
&2.730.00, and ujxm which thero is due at tho
first publication hereof, tho sum of $2,829.43.
One dated June 9th, 1692, and duly filed and
recorded in the office of the County Clerk of
Platte County, Nebraska, on the said 9th day of
June, 1692, aud executed by Daviil Carrig to
John F. Dineen, to secure the payment of tho
sum ot $3uu.uu, nno upon wmcii tberu is Uue at
the firr t publication hereof, the sum of $315.00.
One dated August 29th. 1892. and duly filed
nnd recorded in tho office of tho County Clerk
of Flatte County, Nebraska, on the XOth day of
August, 16S2, and executed by David Carrig to
James G. Reeder, as trustee for George Wagner,
Altars & ComiMiny, S. S. Bell, and R. H. Henry,
executor of tho estate of Andrew Henry, de
censed, to secure tho pament of the sum of
3,000.00. and upon which thero is dne at the first
implication hereof, the sum of 3.!00.09.
Default having been inado in the payment of
each of the said sums of money, and no suit or
other proceedings at law having leen instituted
to recover haid debt, or any part thereof, there
fore wo will sell the property in each and all of
said mortgages described, viz:
Two black geldings 4 and 5 years old, one bay
mare 5 jears old, one black mare 5 years old,
one black mare colt 3 years old, one bay horse
colt 1 j ear old, ono bay mare colt 1 jear old,
tw o black mares 11 years old each, also tho in
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nino stock hogs about 20 months old, together
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1892, two lumber wagons, two mowing machines,
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the dwelling-house nnd form of tho said David
Carrig, in Shell Creek Township, in Flatte
County, Nebraska, on the 6th day of January.
1893, at tho hour of 10 o'clock, A. M., of said
J' COLUMBUS STATE BANK,
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