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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 8 July 1893

CANADA HAS ONE DAYJ the Dominion Peopls Flock to t'lia World's Fair in Thousands. WORLD'S F.vrn Gnoir.vns, CHICAGO, 111., ' July 1.—^Canadians predominate-at the 'White. City to-day. It is \"Dominion Dux,\" the twenty-sixth anniversary of the establishment of the present Cana- dian t ovornmeut, and thousands of citi- ivns from that thrifty'province of Great -. i-'.vitwri came out to Jackson'Park to-'. day to celebrate the event. The Onadian commissioners dedicated the Dominion government building at the fair. These ceremonies were of an informal character, and when they were, iiuisiietl the societies and organizations and fJtize to Festival Hall, where the formal ex vrcises in celebration of the day- tool ' \" ' SPite A cias* of 7H graduated ittAHit^Ar- bor. '. '..'• i •.\" • -\\ .''. 'V--, , : :v f :r.v IT is now denied that the Pullnjantfar fchops at Detroit will be r^nioyediy:.^: THE latest report from: Jleceli•fslib'ws *( deaths from cholera in:6^xda^i&* f* J. T. Tiia.MAx, o...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 8 July 1893

DOOR 60UNTY DEMOCRAT. Entered at the poUofflce at Sturgeon Bay, at second clasn matter. ^ PUBLISHED WKEKXY BY P I N N E Y & S H E P A R D , -K«lltor« and Proprietor)*. \\ SUBSCRIPTION PRICE,. $1.50 PER YEAR SI'KCIAL NOTICK. AH persons natlrosfiinj? communications to the BOOK COUNTY DEMOCRAT. Will please address the puhttshnrsand not tho paper alone. Always addrocK as follows: I'INNBV -t SlIKl'AKK. J'UlllishcrH, Sturgeon Hay, Wis. STURGEON BAY, WIS., JULY 8 T H E how] Unit :t silver dollar is now worth onlyiifty-lhrcoVciits. is frighten- ing some credulous people into a gold fever, audit few are even disposing of their .silver at a discount in exchange. for gold. So long as the silver remains hi the shape, of a coin of the United States, it is worth its face value for legal tender. If it. is melted info bul- lion, then its value is bullion value of course. • * B A N K I NG business is improving soiue- vriiaf. I \" some instances collatterals are offered not in vain, and on thed...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 8 July 1893

IN \"THE C O U N T Y . SEVASTOPOL. Morris Ahem, of Marinette, visited with his brother Dan, the first of the week. Messrs Weiterm ui & Voeks, of yose- ville, had a very successful dance on the evening of the fourth. The hail •was well tilled. • • • -.\"..\\\". W-Ik, r Our farmers are overjoyed at ifcfe splendid rain of Tuesday. Grain lodjrs much improved, but more is needed right away to be of any great benefit to the hay crop. Henry Rohde is rapidly recovering from the injuries he received last -week at his mill. He is sawing from sis ^o (eight thousand feet of lumber jier dsty^ which is considered pretty good l0r:»ft portable mill. \\-:':'-: k^S'''Wy:i. . ' EGG. H A R i i p K . ^ : ® ^ i | | , The Annie Doll -loaded\"at :^|l^B||fflf • Bay this week. . / •. -:',- U:c:iSfelS Joe Forest is holdingdovvnS^ttiati6ti ..''at the LaPlant House. •:k^4W : Mk.!i:-S. :k [ Arthur Sutherland 3^ atfcn|i!tigytlie £|e|xpdsitidn:at Chicago. ^^!&i$^&fc # K €/hris^ Pale: has \"left. us ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 8 July 1893

OUBEURAL READERS WIM. BE ^PLEASED WITH DEPARTMENT. THIS Windmills Make a SiMiKfaetory Farm Power—A Convenient Hustle Onto—Handy Device for Halting foutlc—Italso Poultry —.HoogeUeejiiiiK Noten, Ktc. Convenient Kuslic J Uc. Many of the most frequeatly used farm pathways lead through fields in places distant from the wagon gate. An ordinary small gate on such a path is very apt to be left open, permitting the stock to trespass on growing crops. A stile over the fence is generally unsightly, and climbing the steps is only less inconvenient than climbing the fence. A suitable gate for such a pathway is shown in the illustration, which is from the American Agriculturist This gate ri/.rs^vt\".\"~ CONVENIENT FARM GATE. is always open for people, but when a four-footed animal attempts to pass the gate swings against an outer post of tbt triangle and closes the way. A person standing in the angle can easily swing the gate so as to make a wide passageway. The hinges should be strong, and the g...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 8 July 1893

LOYE FOR'A MY.!shy CHAPTER XV . I hope I shai' .lever have another such experience. It •**•• too terrible. Watching ta d caring ior . ,:iadwoman must be bad enough this win. worse. Strange to say, the hapless lady took a fancy to ms. Look- tog at her, so changed, so repellent, I could not believe that she would ever be the same attractive woman again. But Martha said '\"Yes:\" in a day or two she 'would recover herself, and no one on see- ing her would have the. least suspicion. This was the, worst and the longestfitshe bad ever haa. There were times -when she knew me, and times when she did not. \"You are Miss Chester,\" she said to meC *'I like Miss Chester—a sweet face and a beautiful voice. Have they told you about me.\" \"They have told me that you are'very ill, and I am here to help you get better.\" •*I shall never get fcetter.\", she said, and that was the most sober and sensible inter- val she had. ',/ At times she would cling to me wildly, crying out that I must get someth...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 8 July 1893

CONVENIENT WOOL BOX. FOR STOCK BREEDERS. Th e First Bcnulsite le to Know Precise*? W h a t You Want. I n breedin g eaeh a n i m a l s t a n d s n o i as a n individual, b u t as t h e representative of a long line of ancestors, each exert- ing' Home influence in generation. *If .these ancestors ar e all substantially alike in th e qualities sough t to b e re- produced, or bette r still, if th e qualities THE PACIIIC SQUABHOE Chief Cause of tlae Numerous De« sertions of Seamen. Btrlngcnt Restriction* RfnIer Kervlce a t Blar« Island So X'nbraraWc Tliat Com- petent Sfen Art? Har d to Kctato. A I^lMjr-KaviriR Device of More Than I sho w a n increasing development from Ordinary intercut. ( generatio n t o (feneration th e anima l Ky u s i n g t h e wool box show n in this will almos t certainly prove-very, pre- illustration , on e m a n can tie the fleeces a s rapidly ns five or six me n can shear •, t h e m . T h e b o x is constructed as fol-1 lows: It is five feet long1 by one foot ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 July 1893

I. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1893. IST0.25. Dr. A. H . Chandler Calls the attention of the public to a Dew local anaesthetic, he uses for extract- ing teeth. Its advantages are: 1st. It makes the extracting of teeth practically painless. 2d. It is not dangerous to use.. 8d l i i r patients retain their reason and sense\" while using :': making tt Sup- erior to nitrous oxide gas, vitaluvi ..*u'r ether or chloroform. ' :v / No extra charge made for its use,if. artificial teeth are inserted. v 7 y ? Bridge work, crowns, and all the Jab- est work in my line done in a f atisfae- tory manner. All work warrantedjfirst class. • ' . •.•'•'' •% ! :: j.ivS • .TOP buggies from at Haney Bros. $48 up to 3100.00 CIRCUIh T COURT.—^-DOOR COUNTY : Josep Bonet, Pltff., 'vs.- Augustine Bonet, Deft. The State of Wisconsin.—To said de- fendant.—You are hGreby summoned to appear •within twenty days attar service of this sum- mons upon you and.in case of your failure so to do judgment trill be...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 July 1893

J P O OR CODHTY DEMOCRAT, StURGEON BAY, WIS. PIHNEY&SHEPAED - Publishers. OVER SIXTY ARE DEAD. Scenes of Horror in trie Little Iowa Town Swept by the Cyclone. , FOMEROY, la. , J u l y ».-—Forty-tour is n o w t h e n u m b e r s of t h e .dead at I'ome- /oy . T h e scene is on e of th e saddest eve r witnessed, an d eve n thei'tronpest a r e compelled to turn awa y from some of t h e Bights at th e city hall hospital w h e r e th e worst of t h e JOS injured no w are . Kevery. dwelling n o w standin g can be well t e r m e d a hospital, a s all hav e been throw n wide o p e n a n d from two to eight w o u n d e d a r e being k e p t in each. Little CharleB Rusen , a bright 4-year-old b'Oy, died a t midnigbtlastnight , endurin g low tcirible wound s t o t h e last heroically. Gov. Boies i» o n th e ground a n d I'B doing all in-his powe r for th e comfort of t h e w o n n d e d . PhyKieiaiiB a n d nurse s a r e n e a d e d badly. Te n physicians a r e all t h a t a r e h e r e t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 July 1893

HEAVY DENVER CRASH. A Bis: Real Estate Corporation Goes .Into the Harms of an Assignee. DESVEH, Col., July 10.—The Chamber- tin Investment Company, the \"largest real estate firm in the West, closed ita doors this morning. The liabilities di- ,rect and contingent axe $2, (2,11 and the assets $3,000,000. The failure was brought about by an attachment sworn oin by^I). H. Fergu- son, president of the lVnver Savings I Bank, for $o,000, on which he held se- curities greatly in excess of the j amount. The action of the bank j is not regarded favorably by the j people of Denver, fur it is. known that had it not been for the uni-1wood, -versa! hard times the company would j have been able to puil through, 'lhe ' sheriff served the papers and took pos- session yesterday afternoon, there ap- parently being no Sunday law in Colo- rado except possibly to regulate saloons. The vice-president of the company is j located in London, where three-fourths j of the liabilities will fall. They have othe...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 July 1893

MORCWUNty Entered at the postoMc* &t Sturgeon Bay, a» tecond clam matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY - B J N N E I Y & S H E P A R D , ^s Editor* and Proprietors. SUBSCRIPTION PHICC $1.50 PEW YBAH. Si'JGCIAl- NOTICE. AH persons addressing communications to the DOOB COUNTY UBMOCUAT, will please address tlio publishers ami not tho paper alone. Always address as follows: I'lNS&Y & SIIEPAHU, Publishers. • Sturgeon Buy, Wis. STURGEON BAY, WIS,, JULY 15. MENOMINEE, Midi., has been having a red-hot school board election. Catho- lic* vs. Protestants. Nearly MOO votes were polled, one-third of the number being cast by women. The contest lasted for three\", days and two nights, and resulted in tin re-election of thethe two Protestant directors. Tut outbuildings of tin Northwestern House were only three feet from the rear end of the' Opera Hall. Sonic newspa- per men may consider that distance a's, lining \"not. dangerously cl Our merchants are experiencing a rather^ duller season th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 July 1893

THE POULTRY-YARD. EBB* tbe Tear Round. There is no sure course of having eggs the year round, but one thing must not he overlooked. The pullets must not all be hatched at the same time. There should be at least three' families, hatched say in March, May and late August or early September. This will lead to molting at different periods, and consequently only oua flock will be idle at one time, if all x well fed and carefully attended to. Ko hen lavs continually, and the only war by which a continual supply of eggs may be insured, is to have birds varying ages. Still another rule that should be observed is that heavy fowls,, like Plymouth Eocks oranv of tbe Asiatics, lay in winter better than the light breeds, hence the earliest broods for laying through the winter's coldest weather should be of these breeds, or at least be sired by a male of one of these varieties. Late hatched chicks that are not wanted for layers before next spring will do well if partly or wholly Leghorns, as thes...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 July 1893

CHAPTEIU. IB THE O08TIKK0I-DVO8. \"Here will 1 - build a window through which I can look into Europe,\" exclaimed the imperious monarch Peter the Greatwhen lie beheld the dreary awl desolate manhea through which flowed the sluggish Neva, and where the heron and the bittern piped and boomed in the keen Artie blast?. And, in accordance with the Imperial «dkt, there arose the stately city ol St. Petersburg, the stage on which this drama of passion and plot commences. Peter wait an autocratic despot, and thousands of hia poor subjects died in rearing his city, and the suffering and the misery were un- utterable. But it was all endured in sil- ence, lor the people toiled and died \"For »o and tho O.ir.\" Bt, Petersburg is a •trange city, full of contradictions, and if one sought (or a simile to typify it, not an inapt one would be—a casket, gilt and lair •eewiiitf on tho exterior, but full of rotten- n«« and corruption within. ^fenerations have passed since the found- er of the roamh...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 July 1893

NEWS PARAGRAPHS. D C. WOODS, of Avon, 111., fell from a load of hay and was killed. 'ARNOLD GRAFF, crawled' under a freight ear to sleep at Tiffin, O. IIe was cut to pieces. . \"PATBICK RILEY & Sox, leather, dealers at Newark, N J., have assigned. The liabilities are $200,000. LITTLE 'favor is shown the attempt to resurrect the National Board of Health. It is said to be useless. PRACTICAL-men will be {riven a, prefer- ence in The treasury promotions. .Secre- tary Car'isle has so declared. INSURANCE rates in Illinois have been increased 15 per cent., according to the report of the state auditor. IxniAXAV-oi.iK is practically penniless through the failure of a New York iirm to take its refunding bonds. No contractor employing convict labor can bid on government work, according to an order from the supervisor. A STEEUAOE passenger named K'eely died of apoplexy on the Cunarder Cani- pania on her last eastward voyage. BASIL LOCKWOOD, the colored hero of the Ford Theater disaster at W...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 15 July 1893

NEW FODDER PLANT. I t In Ktttrltlona and WU1 ThSAvt, Ppton Very Poor Soil. In th e woods of northern Europe, a l e n d e r pea-like plant flourishes, which I s commonly called th e wood vetch o r narrow-leaved everiastingpea. Through t h e Hummer and early fall' it is covered With beautiful purple blossorts. This • i n e , botanically known asLathyrua Bylvestris, ha s been introduced t o our American fanners as a fodder plant. I t belong s t o the leguminous family, and, lik e clover, beans and peas, ha s th e property of fixing th e free nitrogen of VARIETY NECESSARY. A Fact Not as Thoroachly Understood mts It Should Be. One article fed t o stock ma y contain all of, the elements necessary t o main- tain an animal life, ye t it will b e a n ex - o p t i o n a l case when an y one material 3an be considered th e most economical to feed. Th e principal reason for this is that some of th e elements will b e i n excess a s compared with others, hu animal will us e only a certain: propo...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 July 1893

VOL. I. &TUKGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, JULY 2& 1803. mum NO. 26. Dr. A. H. Chaniller \" Calls the attention of the public to a Dew local anesthetic he Uses for extract- ing teeth. Its advantages are: 1st. I t makes the extracting of teeth practically painless. 2d. It is not dangerous to use. 3d. The patients retain their treason and sense while using it, making it sup- erior to nitrous oxide gas, vitalized air, ether or chloroform. No extra charge made for its use if artificial teeth are inserted. Bridge work, crowns, and all the lat- est work in my line1 done in a satisfac- tory manner. All work warranted first class. T OP buggies from $48 up to $100.00 at Haney Bros. CIRCUIh T COURT. -DOOR COUNTY : Josep Bonet, Pltff.. vs. Augustine Bonet, Deft. The State ot Wisconsin.—-To said de- fenilant.^-You are hereby summoned to appear within twenty days after service of this sum- mons upon you und in ease of your failure so to do judgment will he rendered against you according to th...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 July 1893

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT.! • ™ « ™ w G f CAMP. STURGEON BAY, WIS. TZVXZTftSaEPABB - futtuthen. STATE BANKTAX REPEAL How the Hatter WJI! PrabafctjfisStuff* by. Congress. WAHHISOTOK, D, C , Joty 15.—Sim* the wlver situation was rendered acul« by the action of India an teeue made by the Chicago platform has been lost eight of. That instrument pronounced is. favor of the repeal of the 10 per cent. •tax on circulation of Mate lianks. There iare .eigns that this question will lie -pushed to the front early at the coming session of Congress the feeling «n favor of the repeal of this tax is wry strong in most of the Southern States and *ome of the Western State*. Speaker Criep has publicly pronounced himself in favor of that measure. One of the cabinet officers has areiu:d him- self into the belief that the feeling which (prevails in many fjuarters against (•fate hank circulation\" is unfounded. This cabinet officer is opposed to free eiiver .and seems to think that the repeal of the sta...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 July 1893

ARGUMENTS ARE BEGUN. Last Witness in, .the Mead Murder Case Called To-day. tVAirr.vjA, Wis., J u l y 17.—With som e u n i m p o r t a n t sin-rebutta l testimony t h e defens e in, t h e M e a d case routed. T h e .state ha d finished, a n d a r g u m e n t s Ave re begu n in th e afternoon. Tiie first witness called yvas F r e d S p e n c e r , t h e court re - porte r wh o reporte d t h e -V.andecartrial, t i e rea d front th e repor t of tha t trial t h a t . S t o u t t h e n testified tha t h e kep t h i s saloon ope n till about 12 o'clock tn e of t h e m u r d e r t h a t h e yventhom e about t h a t h o u r tha t durin g t h e evenin g h e let several person s iu th e front doo r of t h e saloon after h e closed it, a n d also let a parti\" in t h e back door. A. S. Christense u t h e n a p p e a r e d a n d desire d t o explai n his testimony of last yveek. H e stated t h a t at t h e ' t i n i e h e saw t h e tw o m e n driving toward lola t h e m o r n i n g of th e m u r...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 July 1893

DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. JSntfred at the. po'ttoMee at Sturgeon liay.tas '••'-.'••tecond clans matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY .•'FINNEY & S H E F A R D , Kditort* an d Proprietors.' SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. S1.SO PE » YEAR. ° HVKCtAL XOTICi:. AH persons addressing communications to the DOOR COUNTY •UKMOCHA.T, will please address theptitnSshers anil not the paper alone. Always address as IOHOWM: PINNKY & SiiEPAHii, Publishers. SturK'.'ori Hay, Win. STUKGKON BAY. WIS., JULY 22. TIIK TUSK CHIKF IlfiSIUNM. And t h e Whole ot Kirn Company Ao, 1 follow* ««iUr-Th« Hook ami Ladder Company Olttliandecl—The Fourth Wurd t o ho lU»co#nlzftd in t.h« KeorgaiilstiUon to Follow --• Orfranlxntloii of new Com - imnleit t o h«! prri'ectod to-nlRht-Volun - teer coii| uii« n In charge -tlruii re«it{- nntlon. A t th e meetin g of th e Council o n Wednesda y evenin g a resolution wa s adopte d request in*? 11n* Chief of th e Fir e Departmen t t o resign. T h i s w a s | not exactly thunde r from a ...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 July 1893

IN THE COUNTY. SEVASTOPOL. Fritschler Bros, are to drill a first- class well for Rudolph Zettle. Cora has made some wondrous growths during the past ten days. The foundation is laid and the super- structure 'commenced oft the now resi- denceof Kudolph Zettle.- Raspberries 'are-commencing to rip- en. From present indications the crop will not he as large as last year. Mrs. H. B. Stephenson is visiting her daughter, Mrs. John Daley, in Menom- inee, Mich., leaving on the str, Moore for that city on Wednesday, Geo. Fritschler has his new barn about completed. He has one of the finest basement stables in the town. He also has a large addition to his dwelling about completed. Joe Mardin has had to-have one of his fingers amputated from the hand which he so severely injured several weeks ago by a huge sliver. Joe is pretty gritty for one of his age, and has borne his sufferings patiently. It was with deep sadness and regret that our people learned of the sudden and unexpected death of John...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Democrat 1893-1918 — 22 July 1893

CHAPTER II.-CoxrrsuED. It was in the I'etersburgskaia Storona, •which is the no-1 'Crn and oldest part of the town, that Aar it Arama lived with his family. The ciu.de! stands in this quarter, and round about it cluster huge houses, which are for the most part inhabited by those of the Jewish faith. Externally this section of tho town is the shabbiest and niostsquajid-looking, but probably tliero in morn wealth collected there than is to be found in any area of the same extent in the whole oftho vast town. To this quar- ter longing and greedy eyes were a ten turn* «il to an El Dorado and not infrequent- ly had threats been uttered that some day it should be given to the flames, the .Tows .-diiven out and their property . confiscated. In one oi the most ancient, but one of tbemost picturesque of the houses, dwelt Aaron Arunui in peace and contentment. Ho bad been a good citizen, lultilling his duties to the State in the strictest souse and lie had endeavored with might and main to s...

Publication Title: Door County Democrat 1893-1918
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