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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 July 1894

PARAGRAPHIC PICKINGS. Tbe Flotsam mi Jetsam of Local Events Collected Under a General Heading. YAKIHA OCCURRENCES UP TO DATE. The llrpoilorlnl », a,, I, Light I iiross ■■ Over the <n, snd amw. Shout Ism.rll BB * *N, |, t , •*,„-, Mayor Redman is receiving numerous congratulatory telegrams. Born, at North Yakima, July I, to the wife of John 0. I .each, a son. Died, in Selah valley. July 2, the six i months old child of Ross Marrs. Thirteen people were baptiaed at the I Presbyterian church on Sunday morning I last. Schott Bros, on Saturday parctased the V. 8. land office safe, sold st auction, for $80. Mrs. Chris Scow, who has been visiting i friends in Kllensbiirgh, returned the first! of the neck. 8. C. Henton left by stage for Kllens- | burgh on Sunday night to attend to some I U. 8. court business. The county commissioners adjourned j their session until Monday next—possibly became of patriotic motives. Mr. Harry Coonse is enjoying a visit from his mother, who arrived in Yakima...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 July 1894

El UNIQUE FACTORY. tilt ARt WONDERFUL MACHINES, •UT NO VISIBLE PRODUCT. WllllTl.g B.IU mm* Whirling rollsjs la a Kai*y Workshop-Some at the fM« Things Dm by Women--Suggested a Lauaatl. Asylas. to th. Beportar. Without any qusstion whatever, it is ths most nnique factory in New York. When you enter the door, the whir and j buzz of machinery distracts your ears. I Ton see belts and pulleys in rapid mo- I Bon; you feel tbe heat of the engine which keeps all the machinery going, I and yon know that you are in a place ' where something or other is being maun facta red. It is hard, however, to discover just what ths manufactured product may be, and the polite attendant who meets you st the door gives you no clew of it as he ushers you into the noisy workshop. j I visited this establishment the other day at the suggestion of a friend, who said it was the queerest place in Gotham and had "never been written up." The machinery was placed on one side nf a long, sunny room. On the other side o...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 July 1894

VOL. VI. PKOFESSIOXAI. CARDS. II J. SMYF.I.Y, ATTORNEY AT LAW. raT-"ttfr arm Yakima SsHsnal Hank. Xorth Vsslins. Will |>ra.-tne in all lbs --ourtsof tbe -Isle au-l D. H. laud ..line. KKAVIS \ MII.HOY, I• » i-ssvi. I It B. HILBUV ATTORNEYS AT LAW. /ST*- "111 l.rsillep In all Courts of th* Stale. SfwHal nlh'iilioii isiven In sll 0. ■» laud ofllee business. North Vakima, Wash. ■s^ O. MOKFOKD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Pr«el|-*es In all Courts In the Slate. K«|a*i lal ■dentin* to lolle* tions. ofSee uu stairs. Yal- I nm National task iiutMlng. JOHN A. BROWN. ATTORNEY AT LAW. OTtre In F^'ietman lrtiUillijf. Will prartli i- 111 ■11 pnnrtH nf ihe Mat* T R. KOWURT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Land oftirr basinets a specially. For seven vest. In Culled i-uatss I swl offi- c, having been both Kefistcr and lu-i-elver. t.LMMi j.i. scums. JONES A NEWMAN. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Hank, North Yakima, Wash QKO. C. MILLS, CIVIL ENGINEER. Mem Hoc Irrigation Kneinwrs. V. 8. Ptfrtitjr Surveyor. tHt'K'in th...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 July 1894

THE YAKIMA HERALD. *■ A. BUD, EDITOR AND HANSOM. PsMtsfc-tS ersry Thnndsv- twbtrriptlns WSS par year In sd-ranr-e Adrenlilas rates npou ap|illi«Hnn. omciu nm or north yakima. THURSDAY, J PLY tt. 1194. WHERE THE BLAME RESTB. §Who ia responsible for the present die sslrons and bloody strike? Tbe etrikera now aay It is a fight to a finish between labor and capital. Just think what lhat meant. It means that tha Angel of Destruction shsll spread hia wings on the blast and breathe nn the face of every man, woman and child, ot every industry, in the country. It means disaster, red ruin, murder, and woea more in number than will ever be known. Debe and one or two other ambitions labor leaders hsve organised and ordered tbe strike. The responsibility is theirs. If that responsibility haa been assumed on Inadequate grounds, aa aeema certain, then these men should bs beldcrlminslly responsible. They knew perfectly well that if the railroad companies declined to be bullied { and terrorised ont ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 July 1894

A PARAGRAPHIC MUSEUM Containing i Choice Assortment ol lets ol General interest THE CHAHPIO!! FEMALE SHAKE KILLER pan, I. Ksralßf of Ike M-.Hr-... ilrlaigc al iiini,i m-IJ«s..wi u.i. mammmd by m..h. All Tennis Goods at cost at Schott Bros. 9949 Chsrlee lake, the gcnisl bsrtender at "The Alfalfa," is taking a month's vaca tion. C. 11. I,ea,ll>eiier and family have leaned a residence in Tacoma fur the sum- IJItT. E. K. Benson returned from Tacoma on Mi inlay and waa the moat envied ol men, for he brought home with him a lsrge bag ol an *ur. David (iiiilhind ar returned on Sunday from his trip to Hot Springs, where he hud gone to take treatment fur rheums tiam, greatly improved in health. Hathaway & Co., will today fire a kiln of 140,00-1 brick at their yard, north west of thia city. Thia firm will soon open a kiln in the Selah, in addition lo the yard here. Auditor Kllis on Saturday issued a mar riage license to William 11. Stohan and Kllen Johnstone, of l'rosaer, Mr. Stohan dr...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 July 1894

I[ IS VERY FIRM t Permitted to Condnct hss Oißolested. UL OLHET SPEAKS i. <i-.vrram.nl Will la lblr>i» la aalfl- | k la aia* Ihe airlhe law sikrr news. C, July 7.—Specl*l- Olney stste* that the riker. in Chicago con ihe traffic of the rail fflcers, ha* not in the government* purpose I at all haxzards and at 'he fact that the riotous ntlnoe only shows that troop* in not respond bayonet waa of a most ler. Th* government unfortunate that the r post* are not imme swing to the great dia i and the present diffi transportation; never iond necessary, a force D Chicago satncirnily itrike at a tingle blow. ' mporixing and no com be sinkers Railroad c permitted to conduct imolested, even if the be brought to bear, ■upplied with all the carry ont order*; and, inta be necessary, they , f. Even now, in an- | ble, preparations an I en this command im- I I* time by troop* from ' remaining at western ' > be needed to protect ty. , ->f. Yacht llr.ua. KiHTii or Ci ,-nn, J nli | I starters ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 July 1894

VOL. VI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J J, J-SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. aV**(if!li'-- over Vakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice In all tha i-onrtaol tho -state ami IT. w land offices HEAVIS * MII.ROY. ''■ a. aaavis I a. B. MILBOY ATTORNEYS AT LAW. X^-WIII practice In all Court* ol the stale. »|.-. Ihl attention xlveu to all IT. 8. land office hualn-aa*. North Vakima. Wa-h B O. MORFOBD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Hracticea In all Conrta In the Mate. Especial attention to Collectloua. (ifflce np stalra. Yak ima National Bank Building JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office In Enhelman building Will practice In all coortu of the *uh\ QEO. 0. MILLS, CIVIL ENGINEER. Mem. Soc, Irrlffatlnn Knßineent. V. H. Deputy surveyor. Office In the latter of the Cod well buildingi.2nd itreet. p FRANK* M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Late Huraeon Washington Htale Soldiers' Home office over First National bank, North Yakima Wash. JjM.MER E. HEU, M. D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office over chapmau's Dm,- store. Re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 July 1894

IHE YAKIMA HERALD. 9. _. RMD, EDITOR AND MAN'AQKR Pabllahed e-rary Thnrada-f; a-nba-rrlptt-»n t*.\oo per rear in a-ivanrt-. AiHeniaing ratea apou application. OFFICIAL FAFER OF NORTH YAKIMA. THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1394- LABOR-S SEED OF CAPITAL. The ideas sedulously instilled into the minds of workingmen that there is a for tune in the world for every man if wealth were properly distributed, are most false in character. Counting in everything, snd putting real estate at boom figures. there 1* only ■ little over $1,0.10 of wealth in th* United State* for each man, wo man and child. And thia haa been pro duced by capital and labor working to gether, and the few great fortunes thai have bseo accumulated in the proceas, and n,x n which all eye* have been di rected, are ** much the exception a* the capital prixe in a lottery. Tbe people of thi* country are mainly worker* and producer*. The non-producing cla«aes are ao (mall in number and so pitiful in influence tbat they are not worth consirl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 July 1894

THE LOCAL MAELSTROM It Catches Many IntertstliA Items of Yakima Hews PERSOIAL, POLITICAL AND OTHERWISE A taapir at Mhm .1 s P i, , p ar . • «r»rtii Ahwai Peeple We All mtmm ana ike lUiirmi,,,. ,» (he « 111 aa-t ( -auiurt D. K. l-esh lelt on Sunday for a visit of a lew days in Tacoma. Kllensburg has dropped the final "h," the change taking place on July 1. T, C. O'Connor, ol Kllensburg. ws6 sn over Sundsy visitor in ihe city. Mrs. J. T. McDonald and two little ones, ol Kllensburg, are visiting the family ol Mra. J. K. Kyan, of this city. Mrs. Arthur Coffin lelt on Sunday lur her old home iv San Francisco, for a visit of some months with relatives and friends. Albert Ssylor, A. C. Campbell, D. W. Simmons, K. F. Benson snd M. (i. Wills were passengers on the west liound trsin Sunday. The Wenas and Selah contribution to the State Fair Aid association fund was the sum of *):! 11 Not bsd lor these vslleys. Snohomish reports that one ol her delegates to tbe populist state convention recent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 July 1894

BUT WHA : OF DEBS f All reports t .* Km tslt graph, from every point in the United Ststes, seem indica tive of the beginning of the end of one of the most cnllossal projects of a crimi nal character ever conceived in the mind of a would-be leader among men snd de livered amidst the crackling ol incendiary flames, the ping of the rifle shot, tbe frenzied yells of temporary maniacs—ihe groans of the dying and ths tears ol wives, mothers, daughters and sweethearts. Eugene V. WMj by the grace ol God and an absolutely inexplicable accident, one man among many millions of teen, has been given the power to tear down, destroy, overthrow and almost annihilate the work ol an hundred years and mill ions ol hands—in one short week. At bis word 130,1)00 men put out their riot ous hands, made bonfires of miles upon miles of bridges, hundreds upon hundreds ol valuable and even artistic palace and sleeping cars, miles of stock cars with their living occupants; tore down tele graph wires; obstructed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 July 1894

The Yakima Herald. VOL. VI. A Gentleman Who formerly resided in Connecticut, but who now realties lo Honolulu, writes. "For -_ 30 yean pt-t, my wife / J aud 1 liave used A yer _ Hair Vigor, and we ff] attribute to it the dark ■23 hair which she iui<l I BBfl now have, while bun n^H dredi of om acquaint* ay IV aoces, tnor a doxen M AwiStL years younger than we, m flHOk are either fr»y-h«aded, Ma^^L\\\\»m^\ whir or bald When anKf-d how our hair hat »ljl" retained its rotor B> Jl^^ji***^ fullness, we reply. •Hy X sf Aw<*3 thl useo' Ayer's Hair Bj^j-fj M»_fs Iv '•68-m> >ffl*nr.ed J__Fjj^.jWg*s was neiirly hald, and --—^^ 111-1 to Uso Ayer'a Hair Vigor, nnd very MM, it not only eherked »ny furtlx r loss of hair, but produced ;in t ntln'ty new growth, which has remained luxuriant and K-ossy to this day. 1 can recommend this preparation to atl in need of a genuine tmir-rrstorer. It Is all that It is claimed to be."—Antonio Alarrun, Bastrop, Tex. AVER'S HAIR VIGOR PROFESSIOXAL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 July 1894

IHE YAKIMA HERALD. B. M. RKED. KM lull AND MASAOKR. rubllabed every Ttntraday: anherrlptliin I.'c per year tn advanc-**. Advertialn* rates nt*-.ti application OFFICIAL PAPER OF NORTH YAKIMA. THURSDAY, JULY M, 1894. TIIE DUTY OF CAPITAL. We hesr on all hand* ol capitalist* locking up their money and going off to Europe lor two or three years, or until conditions chsnge. There is no doubt tbat a large namber have already gone, and that more are perfecting their ar rangements to follow. The reason as signed is the orgsnixed attack of labor on capital. The result will be a heavy loss on the production, circulation and labor of tbe country. The reason given is s cogent one. Labor has been led to sntag onitiug capital and the existing and nec essary order of things in an utterly irra tional, illegal and tyrannous wsy. It has rsaped as it haa sowed, and it has mil drained ths cup yet. Nature is inexor able and effect* follow cause till tile las has worked out. The capitalist ia only human ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 July 1894

IN THE LOCAL FIELD A Harvest of Good Tilings Gleaned bj the Reporter. DO CHAFF FOUND IR THIS IHEAT A I. real Held I ol lata a Ihe llu.lllni aid*." *» orhineu la llraaaw., uar4.ii. ta* larai, James Smith, a former resident ol Yak ima, is in the city. William Lee sr. left on Monday laat tor an outing ou Lake X iti 111 an M. 11. Kiln and wife returned on Sun day Irom a visit to the cosst. Peter Belle* lelt on Sunday Inr * busi ness trip in Tacoma and I'uyallup. M. Schnrii lelt on Tuesday for * visit ol a week with triends snd relatives in Port land. Fred Parker lelt on Sunday Isßt tor Idaho to look after aouie ol hi* mail con tract*. J. B. Pugsley and family and Mrs. Q A. Graham lelt on Tuesd.y lor an outing at Soda Springs. ' I>r U. P. Winlermiilc, of Tacoaia, ar rived in the city last week snd hss open ed sn office over the Alfalfa. Frank Horsley returned on Sunday night from Soda Springs, having arranged lor his wife to remain duriag' tbe next Isw weeks. Mr. Charle* Carpenter on ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 July 1894

TIE MIKE OF HOTS. Maw Ike I'roplr al P*****| Keep Their li count. Mm I thi The "credit system," ss it is ordinsrily known now-a-days,.sppears to belong to an advanced state ot society, snd to be impracticable nn.ler simple conditions ol life, but it is-sn use, nevertheless, in some Tery primitive communitiei, ssys a writer in Youth's Companion. In the valley ol Possey, In the Austrisn Tyrol, where the Alpine inhsbitsnta lead a simple lite, practically all business and work are -on ducted on credit, subject to an annual set tlement. On s certain day in winter the inhabitants ol the valley meet at the bridge ol St. Leonarda', « place which is convenient to all, and the day is spent in balancing accounts. Tbe first business in order st these meet ings is the payment ol debts. Every one pays what he owes; some depend upon what they collect to meet debts owed to others, but the inhabitants ol Possey sre thrifty and honest, and there is usnslly money enough to go arout.il. ■ The bridge of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 August 1894
Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 August 1894

THE YAKIMA HERALD. E. M. REED. EDITOR AND MANAGER. rnbllahcd ever? rictraiUv. .nborrlwlnn I-*" per rear In .-Kami- Aiiii-nialux ratea Ulmll .pplil-Htioti. OFPICIII. PAPER OF NORTH YAKIMA. THURSDAY, AUGUST t. 1894. "AME.VD YOUR WAYS" "Where is the good way." The weep ing prophet asked this question eevera thousand years ago. in another land. Had he lived here, he might have wept umri copiously, snd thundered out the qtics* tion with even less hope ol a reply. Th* genius ol northwestern development might stand in Yakima county, with out foot on the Cascades and the other on tin Columbia divide, and repeat the question aloud, but he would receive no answer, save the mocking reply of echo. The roads ol this country are simph abominable. We are admittedly the most solid and promising county iv tbe ftale antl yet om roads, the very touchstone of a sensible, progressive agricultural community, are hardly passable, like their administrat ors. "By their ways ye shall know them." What a wide-...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 August 1894

IN THE LOCAL FIELD A Harvest of Good Things Gleaned by tbe Reaper HO CHAFF FOUND IN THIS WHEAT » «.,»•*■« » II Id lollnn. Ike Iln.lll,iu ■na Ihe llii.illiia at "The Her ■ ld-." lUtknioi In "Imriou.. fi«rdrn» ana farm*. United States Deputy Marshal I ieorge tjuiliand waa called to Kllensburg Satur day nn account of expected trouble with the strikers. tl. C. Rodell, of Markville. Minn., in renewing his subscription to Tin Hekai.ii ssvs "inclosed find t'2 for the liviest pa per in Washington." It- v. MacKinnon, formerly ..[this city, ii relieving the rector of the church ol the Holy Communion in Tacooia during Ihe month of August. A ventilator now crowns the apex of the court house roof, and the proceedings over which Judge liraves is wont to pre side will In reader receive a thorough air ing. The work was completed on Satur day. The failure to materialize of the hall game between Yakima and Zillab boys, booked for Sunday last, was due to the fact that the local team objected to play i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 August 1894

til IUCEITIT IAIIIMI. ■•hie Malt la ha D-rcl-drd •■ t ram ysßtsartr ta Harsh i mh im. The following information is given the Goldendale Seatiatl, by W. T. Darcb, who had it from A. E. Hamilton, civil engi neer: "Thia road comes now under tbe con trol oi tbe new company recently orga nised with Mr. McCraken.of Portland, Or., aa president, about 15 miles of which waa completed and about '2f> miles more surveyed out from Vancouver by the old company. In conformity with their agreement with the old company, the present company will build 15 miles more of the road this year. "The road will follow the nreeent sur vey to the North Fork of Lewis river, at the mouth of the Sioux Sant, following the North Fork of I ewis river tn the Klickitat Pass, thence through Camas prairie, Klickitat County,about 3 1., miles northwest of Glenwood, thence crossing the Klickitat river about one mile north ol tbe Parrott place, thence along through Yakima county, about two and one-hall miles southeast of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 August 1894

VOL. VI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. \y W. McCORMICK, M. D.. SURGEON and PHYSICIAN. ultli-e in Kslielinan Block. Realdenre. Eshel mau Hl.sk. 21 If J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. #W>omce over Vakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will pra tiie In all th« •ourtsol tbe -tan* an.l IL a. land offices. HKAVIS A MILKOY, t> ■ "•"'" It.l. MILKOY ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Mp-WIII practice In all Courts ol the SUI*. -|.ii lal attctttliiti riven to all 0, H. laud office husiness. North Yakima. Wash. W. L. JONIS, J. M. NEWMAN JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bauk. North Yakima. Wash 11. K. MACKINNON CD. MI HANI "^JACKINNON A MURANE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Booms 1 and 2 l,owe Bl'k. North Yakima. Wash. g O. MORFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In all Conrti in the State. Especial attentlou to Collections. Office up stairs. Vak ima National Hank Building. JOHN A. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Kslielinan b'llldillf. Will practice 111 all courta ot the slat*. QEO. C. MILLS, CIVIL ENGINEER. Mem B...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 August 1894

VOL. VI. PROFESSIOXA I. CA RDS. AY W. McCORMICK, M. D., SURGEON and PHYSICIAN. office In Knhelman Mock. Residence, Eihel mau HliKk. '2* pj^ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gm oftlre over Vakima National Bank, North Vakima. Will practice in all ih« .-ourimif the state anil 0. a. land offices. IJEAVISAMILROY, |«&gw» ATTORNEYS AT LAW. «J-WIII practice in all OgMti of the state. Siiel-lal »t tint lon Riven to all I!. 8. land offlee limine... North Vakima. Wuh. •w.L. joaa.. j. a.sEWM.s JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over liw National Hank, North Yakima.»'nh ! 11. K. MACKISSON C. |.. Mt'RANK ' TyjACKINNON A MURANE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ; Room. 1 and 2 Ixiwe Blk. North Y.kluia, Wa.h. j g O. MORFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices in all Court. In the State. K.peclal attention to Collection., ntlice up .tain. Yak ima National Hank Building JOHN A. BROWN. ATTORNEY AT LAW. ofHce in Kflielman bnlMhig. Will practice lv all courta of the state. QKO. C. MILLS, civil engineer! Mem toe. Irrigation Kin...

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