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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 7 April 1881

Vol. i. Rubber Boots at Errickson's. Dr. Babcock went to JBrainerd Mon day night. Money to loan at 8 per cent, by T. P. OCTRANDER. Charlie Peake lost a valuable calf last week. Mans' boots from #1.75 to $12.00, at Errickson's. H. Metzgar, of Verndale, was in Wadena Monday. Boots and shoes, cheap for cash at Errickson's. Bement is kept busy these days, in the dray line. Just received, anew and complete Htock of spectacles, at H. Metzger's. Dr. J. R. Hunt, dentist, is in town this week. Office* to rent over the new bank building, Gardner Co. TV. L. Northfoss, is clerking in the Bank of Wadena. 40 cents per bushel CASH, paid for oats at Webb & Peake's. C. J. Stuart started for St. Paul Monday evening. A great variety of Turkish rug pat terns at Mrs. Nettie Ostrander's. We noticed L. D. French, of Al drich, in town Monday. Call at J. Katzky's, Third street, for goods damaged in the late fire, at leas than cost prices. Giles Peake has received a large stock of tobacco and cigars. Roo...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 7 April 1881

BEFORE THE SPRING. ..yi _____ Ilia wind haablown the last year's Imtm From off the primrose hen) The lilac-shoot its prison oloavea The elm-tree tips are red. And all about, though trees are bare, And covert none to sing, The blackbird heralds everywhere The coming of the spring. Sing on, eweet bird, for Se yon have faith v4 To trust all darkness is not death! The spring has signs to show her nigh. And bid the world prepare Has Joy no herald, or must I Look for iofutur© fair? My heart seems barrenUs a world where Spring comes nevermore So leaf shows from its sheath uncurled No birds their raptures pour. .: let, faithless heart, believing be— The Spring must come again for thee! ....' .. —-Loudon Spectator. *, V. FAITHFUL NANETTE. The* prettiest girl in the whole village, or indeed^for miles around, was Nanette La Croix.' She hada hundredlover£|,all of whom expressed themselves ready to die for hefr though she, cruel thipg, would not give more than a smile in return. Her heart was fr...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 7 April 1881

BEFORE THE SPRING. The wind has blown the last year's leaves From off the primrose heaif The lilac-shoot its prison cleaves The elm-tree tips are red. And all about, though trees are bare, And covert none to sing, The blackbird heralds everywhere The coming of the spring. Sing on, sweet bird, for you have faith To trust all darkness is not death! The spring has signs to show lier nigh, Ana bid the world prepare Has Joy no herald, or muat I Look for ho future fair? My heart seems barren as a world Where Spring comes nevermore Xo leaf shows from its sheath uncurlcd No birds their raptures pour. Jet, faithless heart, believing be— he Spring must come again for thee! —London Spectator. FAITHFUL NANETTE. The. prettiest girl in the whole village. or indeed, for miles around, was Nanette La Croix. She had a hundred lovers,all of whom expressed themselves ready to die for her though she, cruel tiling, would not give more than a smile in return. Her heart was free, she said, and hoped it eve...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 7 April 1881

J. W •h fa i? ,} 5EjR0SERM0y. 'toe Gifted^tjiMr^i^e Statj."-of l-lpqitla in tho I'tilpit—llLs Sermon Sampled iu tiie Negro Dialed Hon. G. M.pr^miggjit,lawyer of Springfijfl(^38^)|^^!^ij^n^' interesting lattars to the Spring^!•I Republican, the l! tfhj» about Florida, wliere lie has&een sojourning dur ing the winter. Here is an account of what he saw.ap4 taasd Jaijt negrgtpbufch:. Just 'over'ytka »«of fruui*Ati|fl»stifke ifi a black village called "Africa.", It .contains many sb&bbyr'<j£bi|^*ffi(I' achurCh of the outward «pip«irinqe of.atwu^Vi Cast' Sun-, day, as I was' wAUdng out I fell'in with ah old gri izeled darky shambling v-along, his legs rather forward ot .the center of Jus.feat,? and iskeJl^iL ^wli^rcji he was going-" He replied, 'gdin'lcrde chtsrch* arid I'Se" afraid I'm a leetle'lata.!** I iaqanSid ifi the preacher was a man of power. He said, "I don't lp.ow him^aT«^f, b^:cbmes from tha Indian najtiJbpt I ibeffr he is de etlest' man In I tfcought fTrt not Iqso ...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 7 April 1881

A SEGRO SERM05. O fU'dest IiltUi iUi'lJe Stubt" of iflorfila in the l'ulpit—lU.s Sermon S«m in the Negro llal*.«ct. Hon. G. 31. §tear&sa prpmia.ea.fc lawyer jf Springfield, Ttim* interesting totters to the Springfield Re-publican, about Florida, where lie has been sojouraiag dur- Lag the winter. Here i.s an account of what lie saw aad hdaid ja.a- negro church: •Just bveT rLe" r-ivor from 'AugUstiaa is a black village called "Africa.". It contains many shabby* fa&d' a church of the outward :ij?pearaaoe" of a "Barn. Last Sun day, as I was walking out I fall in with aa old grizzeied tlirky shambling along, his tegs rather, forward of the center of his.feei,, and as ed har. he w&s going. Ed replied, "Tse goin'to'de church,' and I'se" afraid I'm a leetle late." I inquired if the preacher was man of power. He said, "I don't know him,ia^sef, he comes frfem the Cndbn^v^parto^bpt I beeir ho is de-gift-. e.ltfit inaa in I thought! would' not losa the opportunity of hearing so dis ...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 7 April 1881

•*e Io. 13. u. U. II I. Business Cards. WASHA POST oirm OPBfV FROM 7:30 A. H. TO 8:30 P. M. lUll elccec, g«iag east, «:40 A. M. 8*30 P.M. wcit, 3i40 P.M. for Parker's Prairie Mondays Mid fbarsdaya 10:00 A.M. ml oleics for lamas, Monday a, 6:30 A.M. LOHO PRAMIE. tpcceday,kt a. m. Wednesday, at7 p. m. Fri day, at a. n. SaAarday, at 7 p. m. Monev Orderavan be obtained upon post* ia aH parts of the United States. GILES PEAKS, P. M. WAOENA L0DGK NO 60. A. 0. U. W Meet at Peake's Opera Hons*, Wadena, every Monday craning at 7:30 o'clock. VUitiag breth­ ren cordially invited. H.V. BCUCH, D. J. TATLOK. Recorder. M. W. LOCAL TIM1 0ARD OF K. P. B. B. TRAl.Ha OOIH« VIIT. x«. i. Wo. Mali, daily except (oadat, 4.10 p. express, 2:60 a. might, 11:10 a. 11:60 TSAIKS OOIHO BAST. K:l: •a. 14. 90. Mail, dally except Sunday, EUtaSS, Freight, «. 10:11 10:M 3:06 9M 8ta«es leave Wadena every Mraday and Thuriday for Wrightstown and Parkers Prai He, connecting at Parkers Prairie with stages Alexandria, 8tag...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 14 April 1881

*1 I W l! If'- 4 IT-. Vol. III. No. 47. Northern Pacific Farmer O. A. WHITHBT. W- WHIPPLE. WHITNEY & WHIPPLE, PKOPBIXTOBB. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT WADENA. WADENA COUNTY. MINNESOTA. RATES IX ABVAHCB: •One copy one year, six months JHlU~JiL— It is half a centuary since I first heard a totalist lecturer. He declared war against the 'invisible spirit of wine,' as he termed it, and prophe sied that all mankind would soon re fuse to use it, and it would cease to be sold or made. That war still con tinues, and similar prophesies are still made with as much enthusiasm as when these fanatics first proclaimed these to our fathers. While fighting this invisible spirit, the figurative strmy lias clisuiged its tactics, and multiplied its men and means many times, but the quantity of spirit used, has multiplied many more times. It costs fifty times more money, con tains fifty times" more poison, and contains fifty times more crime and diseases, delirium-tremens and deaths. Why should...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 14 April 1881

WORTHERW PACITK) itihfcg WJIITNEY & WADENA, WADENA, CO., MINNESOTA. NEWS SUMMARY. RAILROADS. Assistant General Manager Manvel, who accepted the position tendered to him by Gener al Manager J. J. Hill of the St Paul, M\nueapo: Ms & Manitoba lino, will probably leave i^fo Chicago, Bock IslaW & Pacific Railway com pany about May 1. W. C^Andrus, general Eastern agent of the Northern Pacific,! has received advices from CoL O. J. Johnson, the general Scandinavian agent at'CTiffstinia, Norway, that ho will leave Liv&ptlal for Boston: May the O, on a special •bartered steamer of the Canard line, with a •olottiy of 1.300 Danes, Norwegians Sweedes, and English, .who will settle near Jamestown, Sanborn and Valley City. The members of the •olony are radically different from most of the foreign emigrants, some of them bringing $10, 000 or more in money. WKKKLY RECORD OF CRIME. Hiree horse thieves were overtaken in Sill oonnty Texas by vigilants of Johnson oonnty and summarily dis...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 14 April 1881

MINNESOTA NEWS. Minnesota News by Telexrash and Mail. Four inches of enow fell at Fairmonnt on the 6th. Harvey Evans, an old resident of this state, died at his home in Plain view on Tuesday last There are on an average twenty applicants for every house that is offered for rent in St Paul. Charles Prosser of Spring Valley, is missing, and his fricndB lear he has been foully deal) with. Rev. J. T. Osborn of Alexander has received a call to the rectorship of a church in Boise City, Idaho. The bondsmen of baumhager, the defaulting Scott county treasurer, have settled his short age, $1,698.47. There is a great real estate boom in Minne apolis and property is rapidly changing hands at advanced prices. Delano has voted to bond the town in the amount of $1,000 for the purchase of afire engine and apparatus. Mr. C. Wirtz, a farmer living several miles from Northfield, was examined and found to be iKsane, and was sent to the insane asylum. A contract has been let for the construction of anew...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 14 April 1881

NOBZHX&V OOKPTOH. Miss Mary AVilson, wh« has been teaching school the past winter near Ferham, has completed her term, and returned home last Saturday. Mike Cosgrove has purchased th6 west half of the southwest quarter, of section 36, Bluff ton township. It is one of the best eighties we know of, and Mike can congratulate him self on having made a good selection. We saw him yesterday, the man who knew last October, when we had that severe snow storm, that we were to have the longest and coldest win ter, and the latest spring on record, and being posted on coming events, he prepared for a tough winter, and comes out this spring looking remark ably well. Being in Wadena a few days ago, we saw on one of the principal busi ness corners, the usual crowd of loaf ers, talking loud, laughing louder, and chewing tobacco faster,and comment ing quite freely upon every lady that had the courage to edge her way through the crowd, or take to the middle of the street, to get by. When an honest...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 14 April 1881

Bubber Boots at Errickson's. some good seed £. E. Luce has wheat for sale. Money to loan at 8 per cent, by T. F. OCTRANDER. Henry Howard has commenced to build his dwelling in Oak Park. Mens' boots from SI.75 to $12.00, at Errickson's. The J'age-Rilley case, in Austin, has come to a close by the acquittal of Rilley. Boots and shoes, cheap for cash at Errickson's. W. H. Tucker and family started for their new home in Mandan, D. T., Monday. Office* to rent over the new bank building, Gardner & Co. There will be preaching at Bluffton next Sabbath morning and evening, by Kev. J. Kidder. Lemon's, oranges, candies, cider, pies,"etc., at .J. Kephart's Restaurant. Plour only $2.50 per cwt.. at WEBB & PEAKE'S. Thomas Miller is putting up a build ing, 16x30, on the corner of Third and Windom streets, to be used as a feed store and machinery depot. A great variety of Turkish rug pat terns at Mrs. Nettie Ostrander's. E. E. Luce has just received a com plete set of books for his use as c...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 14 April 1881

THE PILOT'S STORY. We had grown qp together, as it were. MolHe and X, our parents being near neigh bors, and— Which doeshot aiwaysfollow— firm friends as welk "They, were poor and I suspect that fact had much ta4o with their friendship, for opportunities w6re always turning up tor helping one another and I have often noticed when near neighbors are well off and have no need for mutual help there is very seldom any friendship be tween them there is more apt to be jeal ously and competition. Our parents being such good ^friends, it naturally resulted that Mollie and I follow ed their example. We went to school to gether, read together, played together and somehow, when Mollie was eighteen and I was twenty we agreed to travel together all our lives, and were very happy in that ar rangement in fact no other would have seemed right or natural, either to us or to our parents. From the earliest days of my boyhood I had a fondness for the water, haunting the palatial steamboats that floated...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 14 April 1881

BEFORE A*ND JITTER MARHIAGE«* Some of tli« Faults on Both Sides Which Caii. Easily be Avoided. Before ^arriape.tb^ joun«girl will gen-^j omViiJea wfifi&thejr ©rally know or have young gentleman, will come to see E'er she takes great care tb'look neat and pleasing, waiting to receive him in a tastefully ar ranged room. And what of the youth? No matte* how much "out of sorts" (as he «isv apt to term it) he may feel, he will dresfcirf his best, look liis very best, and start for the ttome 'of his ladylove. They meet with a clasp of hands and a pleasant smil6, have an aggreeable evening's visit, then part with a kind good night. I do not say this is wrong if there is true love in it, but how different from the home in after years. We: too often miss the sweet face and pleasing appearance of the young girl in the wife. And the youth whose only aim was to please his ladylove, now stems to have forgotten all the little courtesies and gentle attentions that are needed just as much in th...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 14 April 1881

Business Cards. •imrA vtR own*. OPEN PROM 7:30 A. M. T*t:* p. M. Mail closes, going ait, f.«40 A. M. 8:30 P.M. west, 3:40P.M. for Pwkcr'i Fniric Nondnind Thuiwhyi 10:00 A.M. Marl oloaei for Inmaa, Mondays, 6:30 A.M. LOMR PRAIRIE. Tuesday, at 7 a, m. Wednesday, at7 p. m. Fri day, at 7 a. m. Saturday, at 7 p. m. Moner Orders can be obtained upon post offices in all parts of tlie United State#. GILES PEAKE, P. M. WADENA LOOM NO 60. A. 0. U. W Meet at Peake's Opera House, Wadena, every Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Visiting breth­ ren cordially invited. H.F. BCBCH, II. J. TAYLOR. Recorder. M. W. LOCAL TIME CARD OFF. P. R. R. TKAIKS OOIMO WBST, No. 1. Mall, dally except Sunday, 4.10 p. m. No. 3. Kxpress, 3:60 a.m. No. 13. Freight, 11:10 a. m. No. 15. 11:60 p. n». TRAINS OOIMO 1AST, Nu. 2. Mail, daily except Sunday, 10:11 a. m. No. 4. Kxpress." 10:66 p. m. No. 14. Freight, 3rtM p. m. If®. 16. 3:60 a. ra. Stages leave Wadena every Monday and Tltursday for Wrightstown and Parkers Prai rie...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 21 April 1881

if JLJ *1 Vol. III. No. 48. Itv 4l\ Ill Northern Pacific Farmer G. A. WHITNST. W. WHIPPLE. WHITNEY & "WHIPPLE, PROPRIETORS. I3SUKD EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT WADENA. WADENA COUNTY. MINNESOTA. RATES 15 ABVAHCE: One copy one year, $1.60 six months 80 BLIFFTON, APRIL I9fch, 1881. ^EDITORS X. P. FARMER. I see by your issue of last week, that your correspondent D. is anx ious for a public discussion of the temperance question, and challenges me to discuss the subject in Wadena, on alternate nights with him. I am sorry I cannot accomodate D. on his terms, my business interests here, rendering it impossible to spend four or five successive days in Wa dena. I will, however, be glad to discuss the question with him at Bluffton any evening, or for six of them, and will undertake the whole expense of room, lights, etc. Hut if J), would prefer, I have 110 doubt there are those in Wadena who will defend the temperance side of the question, without aid from W. 8. II. Neighborhood News. OAK VAL...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 21 April 1881

NORTHERN PACIFIC FARMER WHITNRY fc :W^I^-I$llfeh3w "WADENA, WA^EN^COCf AjtfNNESOTA. THE new anti-monopoly movement in Wisconsin is acquiring considerable mo mentum of the formation of farmers' alli ances in various counties, and it is predict ed that the subject will be made an issue ia the next State election and that both the republican and democratic parties will be forced to nominate granger candidates. A IiAW was enacted by the last Missouri legislature requiring the judges of the su preme court of that state to give written opinions only in cases where their decisions involve some new or important principle of law. Two objects will be accomplished by this referm the judges will be relieved of a large amount of useless labor, and the reports of the supreme court will not be burdened with decisions on trifl.ng matters. THE credibility of Father Hennepin is a topic that has elicited a great deal of dis cussion in the Northwest, notably between Bishop Ireland and Rev. E. D. Neill ...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 21 April 1881

BUFFALO BILL. "The Wildest Nan in Kentucky And the Shag* giest Man In America." As a reporter of Jlie l.oui^yij[ie t3oiiri^r-Joir nal stepped into the jail in quest of dewB, lie was collared by a tJuifed Sj£tQSojHcer,.-wb.o put to him, in a tone of meaning, the question, "Have you got the item about the capture of Buffalo Bill?" This was rather startling to the reporter,who nad never thought of running on a news item of such shrilling interest as the capture of the old scout would furnish, and he eagerly gasped for details. "I don't mean the scout of the plains, but the veritable Buffalo Bill from the mountains of Kentucky," replied the officer, in answer to the question of the reporter as to the identity of the person in hock. "The officers have been after him for along time," continued the officer, "but he was too wary for them, and always avoided their clutches until me and Bill (he's my partner) nabbed him. He's as wild as the untamed deer, and has proven much harder to catch. I...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 21 April 1881

Ordinances of Wade na, Minn.,—Official PiYrftoation. ORDINANCE NO. 3. An act to define the duties,], and fix the fees of Village Marshal* of the Village of Wadena. Be it ordained by the village council, of the village of Wadena. SECTION 1. It shall bt the duty of the Village Marshal, in addition to the duties ordinarily] exercised ly constables in this State,' to preserve order in all public places, to see that all village ordinances are enforced, and to execute all orders of the vil lage Justice. He shall always keep upon his person, ready for exhibition, a policeman's star, as his budge of office. SECTION 2. The Village Marshal shall receive as fee, the same as con stables are allowed, by the General Statutes of this State, except with the following exceptions, or as other wise provided by the council, viz: For each arrest and conviction, lie shall be allowed the sum of $1.00. SECTION 3. The Marshal shall also have power to appoint a deputy, to act in case of Ins absence or inabil...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 21 April 1881

Rubber Boots at Errickson's. C. E. Bullard, of Verndale, was in town Tuesday. Money to loan at 8 per cent, by T. F. OSTRANDER. C. J. Sawbridge has purchased the Fergus Falls Advocate. Mens' boots from $1.75 to $12.00, at Errickson's. Remember Olsen's auction sale next Saturday, at 1 p. m. Boots and shoes, cheap for cash at Errickson's. Ed. Case and H. J. Taj'lor started for Minneapolis Inst evening. Offices t« rent over the new bank building, Gardner & Co. Mr. Gear, operator at Bluff ton, was in town Monday. Butter! Butter! Butter! Plenty of it at WEBB 8c PBAKE'S. C. A. Coiullard arrived home from Minneapolis this week. He came all alone. Flour at $2.50 per sack, at Webb & Peake's. Com. Cook, of Yerndale, was in town Saturday, looking hale and hearty. Apples 25 to 60 cents per peck, at Webb & Peake's. Rev. C. A. Gunkel, of Perham, was in town Saturday. lie holds services in Coniptoh once in four week?.. The BOSS HARROW for sale by Fuller & Jones. One day's trial al l...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 21 April 1881

THE HIGHLAND TARTAN. Bear to each Highland soldier's heart The Tartan of hia clan, Symbol of glory and of pride To every Highland man, Whether lie dwell 'mid Athole's hills, Or where the winding Tay, By Birnsm'a glens and forests fair, To ocean wends its way Or nearer to the northern star, Where snows the mountain crown, And towering over silver lakes, Stern peaks of granite frown. In every country, far or near, Where Highland men are known The Tartan plaid is greeted still JI fitli homage all its own. to the Pibroch's stirring strains On many a foreign shore, The Highland clans press nobly on To victory, as of yore. True to the traditions of the past, True to tlie'ir ancient fame, May Caledonia's children add Fresh glories to her name. —[Blackwood's Magazine. IVY WLEN. "To let?" said the agent. "Furnished? For a month? Really, ladies, I'm afraid I haven't any property that will meet your ex pectations. I've plenty of unfurnished houses, and plenty to rent for a year. But for a mont...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
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