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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 March 1893

VOL. V. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JOHN A. BROWN, Attorney at Law. H«« eitabli.bed a law office In the R.helmaa liuiiillns- Will prae'lec lv all tb* court, of tbe •t.ie. S.-VMUEL STORROW, OIVILi JSKaiNBBR, U. S. DEPUTY MINERALSURVEYOR. Ofßo* with Krsd K. Reed a 10 , Dudley Block. H. J. SNIVELV, Attorney at Law. gar-Otac* o.er Yakima National Bank. North Ysslma. Will practice In all tb. courts of to* state .nd I' s laad offlcea. I, B. 88.V.a. I B. B. KILBOT. REAVIS & MILROY, Attorneys at Law. •Mr-Will practice In all f:oart« of th* State. Special attention given to all U. B. land offle* builneis. North Yakima. Wtub. iiiwitD tuiTios. miirniti WHITSON A PARKER, Attorneys at Law. OaT'Otßc* iv Flrit National Bank Bulldln|. 8. O. MORJ7ORD, Attorney at Law. Practice. In all Court, lv the State. E.peetal attention to Collections. Office up «talr». Yak ima National Bank Building. T. M. VANCE, ATTORNEY - AT - T-.A.'W. office over First National Bank. Special at tention given to land Office busin...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 March 1893

THE TIBIA HERALD. IMIKD EYE-BY TRIHIDII. $2.00 PKR ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. .-..er-ti.ii*** latn tpi Ifflratin. K. M. R«sd. Editor and Business Manager. A 810 ROAD. The following facts about the Northern Pacific are taken from the Railroad Rec ord, and plainly Indicate that this road Is no small affair. Tbs Northern Pacific Railroad Com pany now owns 41,602 miles of read, hav ing added 129 miles during the past fiscal year. Its longest mileage is in Montana, 1,279; its shortest in Oregon, 40. In Wisconsin its milesge is 89, in Minnesota 784, in North Dakota 861, in Idaho 186. in Washington 934, in Manitoba 263. These figures do not include the Wiscon sin Central, which has 808 miles of road leased to tbe Northern Pacific. Thus, the grand total of road operated by the Northern Pacific is 5,270 miles, making it one of the four or five greatest eyatsms in the world. During the fiscal year the Northern Pacific undertook no new construction, but it completed short branches aggre gating 129 mil...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 March 1893

THE TAMA HERALD. riICKBDAY. MAHCII 21. IK* Official Paper of north Yakima. HERALDINGS. Sheriff Simmons is suffering with a touch of tbe "grip." OL H. Leadbetter, Jr., returned Iroui Tacoma on Tuesday. Rev. L. Kusters, Ellensburgh, was a Yakima visitor on Tuesday. Miss Rose M. I.- an, of Fairhaven, is tho guest of Mrs. R. 1. Milroy. The I in -le Hiram Combination will ap pear at Mason's opera house April -2. Died — Tuesday, March It, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Walen. J. T. Esbelman will conduct services in the Christian church Sunday evening next at 7:3J o'clock. John Leo, a populist legislative repre sentative from Pierce county, was a Yak ima visitor on Wednesday. "Doc" B. N. Coe will return to Yakima to resume his former position in Chap man's drug store about April 1. It snowed Friday and Company E fall behind about $13 on their ball. While not a financial success, the sll'sir wss a very enjoyable one socially. Mrs. S. 1,. Masters died at her home on the Cowychee, Tues...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 23 March 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. THURSDAY. MARCH 21, MM Olcial Paper of Nortb Yaiima. HOME DRESSMAKING. A GOOD WAY TO SHRINK WOOLEN DRESS GOODS. Tbe Proper Manner lo lav Plait*- Si.me Hint* for Aniatrnr. on th* Vt.J lo Kqnlp Therruelva* While al Wnrl Vol »*t Bands for Skirts. ICopyrlght. 1808, by American IT,-** Associa tion. 1 NUMBER IV. There is always one benefit in making the skirt proper and the lining separate, for most woolen goods will shrink, and where they are sewn together the grace Is soon lost by the drawing np of the outside. To obviate this, when it ts preferred to have them sewn together, the material should be shrank. To do this, unroll the material twenty.four hours before you want to cut It, and wring out large towels from clear, cold water and lay them along; and fold them tightly in with the cloth, which should be rolled up for at least eighteen hours, and then it will ha*e shrunk all that It can. Unfold It and spread it oat to dry. It will require no Ironing. It can be ent w...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 March 1893

vol. v. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JOHN A. BKOWN, Attorney at Law. Has established a law office In tbe Kahelmao balldlug. Will practice In all the court, of the state. SAMUEL STOKEOW, OIVIXj BNQmSER, U. 8. DEPUTY MINERALSURVEYOR. Office with Fred R. Kced A Co , Dudley Block. 11. J. SNIVELY, Attorney at Law. n*r-Office user Ysklms Nstlousl Bank, North Yakima. Will practice In all th* rourtsof tb* State and f. H. land otUcea. I. D. BE.VIS. • | B. B. BII.BOT. REAVIS A MILROY, Attorneys at Law. £4»T*-Will practice In all Court* ol the BUt*. special atti-utlon given to all U. 8. laud office businc... Nortb Yakima, Wash. i:.s»Fi. whit.ob. raio r*BB«B WHITSON A PARKER, Attorneys at Law. gift i IT, re In First N.tloual Bank Building. 8. O. MORFORD, Attorney at Law. Practice* In *ll Court. In the State. Especial attention to Collections. Office up Hulls. Yak- Ima National Bank Building. T. M. VANCE, ATTORNEY - AT - I_i.A.*W. Office over Flrat National Bank, special at tention given to Land Office b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 March 1893

THE YAIIIA HERALD. fSSI ED ETBB 1 IHIRIDII $100 PKR ANNUM. W ADVANCE. ..iwthuf ftatn l pi IppliaUa**. X. M. Rbbd. Elitor and Business Manager A New York exchange says "Mrs. Astor never pays Ims than $25 for a pair of shoes." This is a high price, but even in this new northwestern country pairs have been known to come considerably higher. Harper'i Beuaar says "Mrs. Paran Stevens use* 1,000 visiting cards during the year." This is net at all remarkable, aa it is recorded against unfortunate young men that they bave used several decks of fifty-two cards in one night. A postage stamp ticker has been in vented. It was either called into being by tbe six*of the new Columbian stamps, or is one of those Infernal labor-saving devices that will throw many a poor post-office-girl out of a job. A learned statesman haa calculated that the population of this country s hundred years hence will be.100,000,000. It is not a pleasing thing to contemplate that some of us will be quite old by that time ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 March 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. THURHDAY. „< MARCH "so, I*::' Official Paper of North Yakima. HERALDINGS. The schools of this city will observe the Hili of April as Arbor day. Mrs. J. P. McCafferty and child lett on Momlay for a visit to relatives in 'Cleve land, Ohio. Duncan Inverarity is in the city greet ing his old friends. He is now in the law office of Lewis, Sutton A Oilman, of Seattle. Richard Schmidt, the deposed sewer contractor, has brought suit against the city for 11*9,918.03, with interest from June3J, 1892. Dr. Nevius, formerly rector of St. Michaels' Episcopal church of this city, sailed on Ihe steamer Tacoma, Saturday, for Northern China. The Odd Fellows surprisoojthe Rebeccas Monday evening with a visit. There was dancing and a lunch, and all enjoyed tbe occasion heartily. There U some talk of organizing a foot ball team in this city. Some of the re cent comers, who are well versed in tbe sport, ate at the head of the move. It is reported that the Marshal Cock's horse ran aw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 30 March 1893

THE YUMA HERALD. THURSDAY MARCB 30, Ittl Oicial Paper of Korth Yakima. HOME DRESSMAKING. THE CORRECT EVENING WEAR FOR YOUNG LADIES. •awae Plala and simple Ral** Which *Wlll a. of Value—Th* Mn.i Suitable Umt* for a Plump Arm—Bona* Pointer* About Silk. (Copyright, ISM, by American Pre** Abbot la tino. I NUMBER V. In making np the dlapbanons material now in vogue for evening wear for young ladles, the dressmaker baa but to bear In mind the general rules given In this article and those already set forth aa to ths proper shape of the breadths of th* foundation skirt and ths fit of th* waist lining, which Is easily adapted to the making of low necked dresses, as will be seen from the ac companying diagrams, the dotted lines showing how to cut away for a low necked dress. Tbe Inside lining can be of jaconet or lonsdale cambric, covered with snrah or other materia.!, and this draped with mull or chiffon or the material of which the dnsa is made To make a pattern for a V shaped Spen cer wais...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 April 1893

VOL. V. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JOHN A. BROWN, Attorney at Law. lis. eatabliahed a law offlcdn the Kahelman building. Will practice in all tb* court* ol the atale. SAMUEL STORROW, OIVIZj E>7ailSTEH*T***,, V. 8. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR. Office with Fr*d It Kreil at Co , Dudley Block. 11. J. BNIVELY, Attorney at Law. gaT" '*"'•' "> 'r Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice in all th* courts ol th* stale and U. H. laud otllce*. _ >. B. BBAVU. I B. B. BILBOT. REAVIS A MILROY, Attorneys at Law. t\*fA ill prio Un- In all Court, ol the State. Special attention given to all U. 8. land office business. .North Yakima, Waah. BDWABD WHIT.ON. rrllTKlll WHITSON & PARKER, Attorneys at Law. faafOfflce In Flrat National Bank Building. H. O. MORFORD, Attorney at Law. Practice* In all Courts lv the State. Especial attcntlou to Collertious. mli. <■ up atalra. Yak Ima National Bank Building. T. M. VANCE, ATTORKHY - AT - IjA.-W. OITIre over First National Bank. Special at tentiiiu ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 April 1893

THE MIA HERALD. 11.118 fr.VI.K-t 111 l llvnil. 11.00 PKR ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. Atira-thu. lata I'pti Applicatitn. E. M. Rsbd, Editor and Bnsi ness Manager The (barter. COM parol. T» the Honorable Mayor and City Council —Gen i.kmf.n Compiling with your instructions to me at tbe lsat regu lar meeting of the city council, to prepare for publication a comparison between tbe old charter,under which we are now working, and tbe proposed new one, un der tbe general law for cities of the third claaa. I lisve to say: The subject is involved in no little dif ficulty, because of the uncertainty of the legislation, direct and amendatory of the cbarter required for cities of the third class. Many laws were passed by tbe present legislature affecting munii-i pslHies, some of them with tbe emer gency clauae appended, and it baa been impracticable for me lo obtain the lawa relating thereto, officially promulgated, at tbia writing. The stste constitution provides that corporations for municipal purposes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 April 1893

THE YAfflA HERALD. riiiHsiiAY .rait «. MM Oicial Paper of North Yakima. | HEKALDINGS. l'eter Relies is on Ihe Sound liorn— Thursday, March Mb, to the wife of Jamee Mabry, a daughter. I>. Crantlall nnd family, of Tacoma, are in the city visiting Mr. and Mrs. ft, ft, I."epcr. Mart Si'hichtl is hobbling around on crutches, due to his foot being crushed by a falling shaft. Miss Anni Murray, of the I'llensliurgh nornril alumni, took chargo of the Wenas school this week. Kiihanls A Trinities' (ieorgia minstrels are billed for the Mason opera bouse, on Thursday, April 13th. J. 1). Cornett attended the Faster ser vices of the Uniform Kank, Kni^'hta of I'ythias, at Ellensburg, on Sunday last. Married—Saturday, April 1, by Uev. It. Warner, at the M. Iv parsonage, H. S. Taylor to Miss Mary France, of the Wenaa. Mrs. George Courter left for Kenne wii k on Mot-d.iy to spend a few days with Miss Jennie Wright on the latter's ranch. Dr. ft, H. Hare, receiver of Ihn United States land office, se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 April 1893

DIRECT ROAD TO HEAVER. 4 Und Where Then Is lo Sorrow lDl._bi.ed by Hunan Beings. IB la SIB OH s-llsalaaa Ts*n Vllb m Popalailow al s.ouo la Baa If*. I.rr.tnt Industrie* •I Ska W*rM. Spokane Chronicle: Among the many great mining ramps of Australia, whnes fame makes even the miners ot the north west uneasy snd envious, none is more famous or better known here then Beulah, the beautiful little city st the entrance of tbe great tunnel, driven by the Hereford Mining Company, about ninety miles from Sidney in New South Wales. Not only is It famous for the vast ore bodies, which cannot be exhausted in a score of years, or for the rapid dividends, which bave ad 'ed millions to the wealth of the three men who own the mine. It is famous as the only great mining camp in the world where a druken man or an unchaste soman is never seen; where an oath is never heard; where there are no strikes and no crimes are committed; where the great engines never move on the Sabbath day; where divorce laws s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 April 1893

VOL. V. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JOHN A. HUOWN, Attorney at Law. n»s established • law office In the Kshelman building. Will practice in all tbe inurts of toe slate. ♦t-VMUEL STORROW, CIVIL BNOINBER, U.S. DEPUTY MINERAL-SURVEYOR. Office witb Fred R. Reed A Co , Dudley Block. 11. J. SNIVELY, Attorney at Law. tar" iflicc over Yakima National llauk. Nortb Yakima. Will practice iv all tb* t-ourtaof tb* State ami C. .-. laud offices. I !i BEAVIK. I B. B. MILBOY. KEAVIS A MILROY, Attorneys at Law. £«_r-*VIII practice In all Court* ot th* Slate, special m;n..ti.hi glveu to all 0, s laud oflice business. Nortb Yakima, Waab. riiw.RD wiiitson. rßFtirAßßita WHITSON A PARKER, Attorneys at Law. fSF-Omce in First National Hank Building; 8. O. MORFOKD, Attorney at Law. I'rHCtices In nil Courts In the St*te. K.apecl»l attention to Collections. Ottlce up atalra, Yak ima Nm i.noil Bank Building. T. M. VANCE, ATTORNBY - AT - __i_A.*W. Office over First National Hank. SpecUl at tentiou given to Laud Office ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 April 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. is*ii .:_> ivihi TiiiK.nu. 12.00 PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. Ur«rti-i_f lites I>» Italiati... E. M. Reed. Editor snd Business Manager Thebi ia s serious menace to portions of tbia stste through tbe withdrawal of the Cascade Forestry Reserve and in stead of proving a benefit it is liable to be the reverse. It closes up tho best and only feasible avenue remaining unoccu pied by railroads across the Cascade mountains and it within the range nf probabilities that the action setting aside this reserve was brought about by tbe railroad companies st present spanning this state to prevent further competition. Tacoma News: The telegraph s few days sgo told of a Colorado row buy w ho re quested s stranger to dance. The stranger declined and the cowboy killed bim The following day a cowboy in Texas tried the same game on a ten«lc/foot, but it worked differently. The stranger not only refused to dnice, hut he knocked the lariet thrower down, took his gun swsy from him and th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 April 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. ' ' — IHITRBDAY.... APRIL 11. I*3 j Official Paper of North Yakima. HERALDINGS. A. F. Basiling and Peter Belles returned from the Sound on Saturday last. Morris Harris returned on Wednesdsy from a business trip (o New York. Mrs. H. 11. Allen left on Tuesday for the Sound country and California. I.eigh R. Freeman, of An■icortes, spent a couple of daya in the city this week. A carload of wire was received by Pennington this week for hop trellises. William Ker was called to Tacoma on Wednesday to look after some business matter*. A number of Kllensbnrghers are ex p-M-ted here Friday to attend the club en tertainment. Eighty acres of fruit trees are being planted on the ranch of Ueorge P. Eaton in the Sunnyside country. E. E. Wager, the popular prosecuting attorney of Kittitas county, waa a Yak ima visitor on Wednesday H. J. Keuchler and F. M. Spain are In attendance on the grand lodge, A. O. U. W„ at Walla Walla this week. Patents fur cash entries are at the land off...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 April 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD, THI-RBDAY- A run. 11. is-.! * — Official Paper of North Yaiinia. JOHN SAUNDERS' HIATUS By DAVID A. OUBTia trOßpjrlgbt, lav, by American Pre** Associa tion.! . CHAPTER HL "Three time*/" he exclntmcd. My name is James Davis lam a mem ber of the monnted *qnad of the New York police force. Rank, patrolman. 1 was on duty in the Central park on the morning of October nineteen, eighteen hundred and eighty —. While patrol ling my beat I saw a runaway horse on the bridle path near the mall. A young gentleman was riding bim, and I conld tell by bis actions that he was ja good horseman, but 1 knew the horse for a ibowy but uncertain livery hack from the stables of Rider & Crusoe, and I looked for an accident 1 spurred my own horse up and started to intercept the runaway, but just as 1 came near hi* head he swerved suddenly and threw hia rider. My horse was too well trained to let the runaway escape, however, and within two minutes 1 had him fastened to a tree and ran bac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 April 1893

VOL. V. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. * JOHN A. BROWN, Attorney at Law. Ha* Mtabliahed a law office In th* Kahelm*n building Will practice iv all tbe courts of tbe •Ut*. SAMUEL STORROW, OIVIX. -SI-TOI-S.li.--iR,, U.S. DEPUTY MINERAI.SURVEYOR. Office witb Fred R. Reed A Co . Dudley Block. H. J. SNIVELY, Attorney at Law. ajf_^office ot*t Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice iv all th* courts of th* HUM and U. H. land ottli ••< l. «. BBAVI*. I B. B. SULP.IIV REAVIS <k MILROY. Attorneys at Law. _*jr-W ill practice In all Court* of the state special attention gireu to all I. S. land office ba.loeaa. North Yakima, Wash. lufilii wmitsob. rasp risks.. WHITSON A PARKER, Attorneys at Law. **aT*T-Offic* In Flrat National Dank Building. 8. O. MORFORD, Attorney at Law. Practice* in ail Courts In the State. Kapeelal attention to collections, office B|> stair*. Yak ima National Bauk Building. T. M. VANCE, ATTORNIY - _fi-T - L_A.*W*. Office over First National Bank. Special at ' lentlon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 April 1893

THI YAIIMA HERALD. -~ieavu* eti-• ¥"tla xawAa V. ♦2.00 PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. A.f-rtitiic tatei I'pN A^pliatiM. E. M. Rbbd. Editor and Biuineaa Manager The United States senate adjourned on Saturday laat. No action was taken on the claims of John B» Allen and the other a4Hiatora-by-gubern*tori«l-grace. The supreme court of the state ad journed on Tuesday last until the second Monday in May. The state land com mission caae waa not passed upon and McGraw's appointees are atill frantically Baking "Whereai-eweat?" while Attorney General Jonee quietly answers "In the consumme." The Republic seems, in the language of the »treet, to have "quit John B. Allen cold," *nd taken up the senatorial cud gel for John la. Wilson. This is some what remarkable as it was only »uch a very ahort time ago when it »eeuied to think that if Allen failed to be returned that the government could not poseiblv move along with any degree of smooth neas. Perhaps this change is due to the "few happy moments" which ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 April 1893

mjgjynyj THI'RBDAY APRIL ». ISM Official Paper of North Yakima. HERALDINGS. Mrs William Ormsby left for Chicago on Saturday last. Born—At Kllensburgh, April 7, to the wife of J. R. i'eter, a son. W. N. Granger and family returned from Tacoma Wednesday. H. C. Humphrey's big St. Bernard dog died on Tueaday from salmon poison. The Western Washington Industrial Exposition company, of Tacoma, haa gone into the hand* of a receiver. At a apacial meeting of the city council held April 17, G. K. Rodman waa ap pointed deputy city clerk to act in the absence of the clerk. A. K. Hiscock and Robert McCook ar rived from Tacoma, Tuesday, to look after their ranch on the Moxee, which they are planting to fruit and hops. The largest and-best selected atock of horse cut* to be found in Central Wash ington can be aeen at Till Herald office. Horsemen should order their poster* now. The registration books of the city cloaed on Monday with only 373 voters registered. Evidently no great amount of interest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 April 1893

JOUNSACNDERSHIATUS Bj DAVID A OUHTia a. ieti after a snort call, and we *aw ao met-* at bim nntil October thirty, when he called again and rather abruptly told na that he had decided to invest hia money in certain western enterprises, and therefore wished to realise on hia bond* at once. In the natural course of •-rent* either Mr. Witherwax or myself, or both of ns, wonld have asked him some question* about hia proposed in vestment and wonld very probably have advised him in the matter, he being a young man with no business training, aa we believed; bnt, as it happened, the re mark at which he took offense at his first call had been a friendly offer of advice and assistance to him in case be wished to make any business invest ments. As he bad replied to that in'a most unpleasant way neither Mr. Wither wax nor myself cared to volunteer ad vice, and I replied as curtly aa be had spoken, telling him that his bonds were at his disposal. 1 thereupon brought them myself from the inner saf...

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