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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 September 1894

THE "WASBXNGrTOH TIMES, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1S94. Get The Bojs ready for Bcbool. WE'LL help Trith the clothes part of it Our fall stock is now ready And uoh a cboioo ono It is, too, The Boys that we clothe -will bo better dressed this year than over before, and at less cost, too. All-wool Short Pants Suits that you cau depend upon to Rive satisfaction at S4, $5, 6, and up. A big Tariety of them; oil sizes, ijo 16 years. Long Pants Suits, in same reliable fabrics and as big assortment, from 83.00 up; sizes, 14 to 19 years. Hats, too, in all the new shapes and colors, and at equally low prices. Boys' Derbye from il.00 up. Other fur hats from 75c up. Robinson, Cherub Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. The Problem of Home Owning, - As far as the Washington home-seeker is concerned, " flnds an oasy solution in the unusually choice lota now of- fared at East Washington Hoigbta. They posse the " every advantago deemed nec- Madflrvfnr n -twrfrtpt liAme ftitflL Heal...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 September 1894

"ww -trMf 'wvisfvk tjS'f-vs3tf; Kst THE WASHINGTON TIME "VOIi.l. ISTO. 179. WASHXN"GTOK", D. O., THURSDAY MOBBING-, SEPTEMBER 13, 1894. OjSTE CENT. KS"yw-f'ir- i'nrsifKwfi-w,nnTr mrfr--'p'n S TAYLOR IS DRIYIN6 HAILS 5"hey Sink Deep Into the Recorder's Political Coffin. HE IS KOW ON HIS LAST LEGS pit Civil Service Eoform Association Will Investigate Him and Ask the President to Act It May Also Beok to Have Him In dicted Senator Martin Deserts Him. Heeorder ol Deeds Taylor, if left alone, frill pat more nails into his political coffin in one day than his opponents could drive in a week. He sent yesterday a "jollying" letter to H. C. C Astwood, concerning the latter's resignation from the negro league, in which he made reference to the "buzzards of jour nalism" and "tho human hyenas of politics." Hovering over the recorder's office yester day afternoon was another "buzzard" in the shape of the Civil Service Eoform Associa tion, composed of a large numbor of the most intelligent and bes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 September 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 1S94. The Washington Times ffiTTKT DAT XX TOTE TSAR OWKED AKD ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BDTLDINXJ, EOITHWEST COBNrR Pekkstltanu. Atkxce AM) Tejth Street. Telephone Editorial Booms, 486. Business Offlco, 237. Trice, DaUr Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Thirty-live Cents. WASHINGTON.D. a, SEPTEMBER 13, 1894. A Growing Circulation Is what the adver tiser wants. The circulation of The Times is growing at the rate of about 300 a week. Advertising in The Times Brings Results. ANOTHER SWOKD OVER TAYLOB. That fleshy aggregation of arrogance. Im pudence, and ignorance, whose paronts added to the name ol Taylor the tail-like terminals of C. H. J., has again yapped. He is out of polities, he says. Mr. Taylor has been in polities too deeply to get out for some time yet. It is quite true that he may bf out when he is through with his civil ser vice expenoaee, but previous to that time he may be called from...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 September 1894

THE -WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1894. The Lady Who Shops T 111 find here a large assortment of tho Latest Designs In ATTT MN aud FALL SHOES, at prices below nU others. Here is a few of thein, viz.: 82 35 for Shoes others will charge f2.0Q. ' 6.1 for Shoes others wilt charge 3.60. J 00 f.r Shoes others will charge 4.00. aw for Fboes others will charge 5.00. 4 S3 for Shoes others Trill charge C.00. Also sizes 1, 1J6. 8, ad te f Ladies' $2 Russia Calf i x ords, and Mses, 2. W. 3. and 3 of La dies $ 50 Hand-turn DoBgola. , Common Sense Oxfords for 88 CENT& THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, Eemember number, as we have no Branch store. Just Tell Us How You w uld like to have the payments arrayed weekly or monthly. We nj prade the amounts so that you Viu e areely mis the Money. YOUR PROMISE Tns all the Furniture and Carpets r.c essary to complete housekeeing. Curlew fall stock is HERE six big double floors full, and we are going to sell every dollar's wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 September 1894

THE WASHING-TON TIMES, TH1JESBAT, SEPTEMBER 13, 1894. Many Of the Boys have already been in for their new school clothes. Don't you want your boy to look as noat and dressjr next Monday as his school fel lows? Bring him here any day this week and lot ub fit him with one of our Dew fall Suits, and ho will be even better dressed than the mpst of them. Handsome, fashionable, all wool short pants Suits for Boys from 4 to 16 years at 54, 55, 56, and up. Long pants Suits for Boys from 14 to 19 years S8 and up. Hats, Caps, and Furnishings of every description in same sterling qualities and at proportionately low prieos. Lot us olothe your Boys, and we'll guarantee you satisfaction. Robinson, Gheru 2t Bo,; Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Streets. Buck's Dining Room, 930 Pa. "Ave. N. W. Dinner, 15c 21 Heal Tickets, $3.00. 5IENU Blue Pish, Rico Soup, Lamb Pot Tie, Boast Beef, Cora Beef and Cabbage. Vege Tables Baked Roans Banana .Fritters, Sliced. Tomatoes, Potatoes, washed. Oysters...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 September 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL.1. ISO. 180. WASEDCTOTOK, D. C, FRIDAY MOBNlltfGr, SEPTEMBER 14, 1894. COTE CENT. FIRE AT SOLDIERS HOME Totri Destruction of the Big Barn and Two Hayricks. HORSES BURNED TO DEATH Xncon&i&risi Caused It Home Tin Apparatus Could Hot Beach the Building Engine So. 7 Responded, but It Coal and Water Coca Gsr Oat Two Ken Arrested. About 12:S0 o'clock this morning & bright blaze was seen from the windows ot Tks Txkxs editorial rooms to light up the north east horizon. Subsequent investigation proved that there had been a Are In the grounds of the Sol diers' Home, where a large barn with three horses, sundry vehicles, and a hundred tons of hay, and three hay ricks were burned. There is no doubt that the fire was the work of Incendiaries. About 12 o'clock Watchman Meyers saw & blaze start from two hay sheds in the roar of the Home. Ho gave the alarm at nee and the hose from the Home was hur riedly brought out and turned on the burn ing hay. A. few mom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 September 1894

2 TELE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1&9. The Washington Times CEXZBT DXT IK THE YEAS) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. southwest cokj.-er pennstltania avenue -ij.t) Tenth Street. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 458. Business Office, SS7. rrJce, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition. Throe Cents. By the month Thirty-nve Cents. WASHINGTON,D. a, SEPTEMBER 14. 1S9L A Growing Circulation Is what the adver tiser wants. Tiie circulation of The Times is growing at the rate of about 300 a week. Advertising in The Times Brings Results. ANOTHER. GEEAT SUNDAY FEATURE. Arrangements have been made by The Times lor the publication each Sunday of editorials written by leading ministers of all shades of religious belief. Accordingly there -will appear in Thr. Times of Sunday a mas terly treatise 011 "The Ministry of Song." by Rev. P. D. Power, pastor of tbe Termont Avenue Cbrittian Church. The roligious life of this country is too little noticed in the secul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 September 1894

s VFFZT&H? :"" ""ii fFT? THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FBI DAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 18J&. The Lady Who Shops WlU Cnd here & large assortment of the Latest Designs In AUTUMN aud FALL SHOES, at prices bolow all others. Here Js a lew of them, viz.: 2.86 for Shoes others will charge $3.00. t 5 for Shoes others -wilt charge 8JS0. 8 00 for Shoes others will charge 4.00. S M) for Shoes others "Kill obarge .00. 4.86 for Shoes others -Bill charge COO. Also slses J. 35. 2. and 9g of ladles' fS IBunU Calf Ox 'ords, and sizes, 2,24, 8, andS5 0f La dles $2 BO Hand-turn Dongola. tommon Sense Oxfords for OB CEMS. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH, 919 F STREET, 1 f 8!. I or number, as we nave no Branch just Teli Us How ' ou would like to have the payments nrriuiEed weekly or monthly. We "l grade the amounts so that you -. ill scarcely miss the money. YOUR PROMISE Buys all the Furniture and Carpets necessary to complete housekeeping. Our new tall stock is 1IEKE lx big double floor full, and we are ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 September 1894

Tww'W'jtsmsmroTi times, Friday; September 14, 1894. That New Fall Suit nnd Ororeoat can bo had to-day just as well as noxt month. The new stock is ready, and the styles are the handsomest, the patterns are the prettiest. The quali ties are the finest -we haT6 ever shown, and the prices are the lowest. Jutt think of a good, reliable, all-wool, perfect-fitting Suit or Overcoat at $10, 12, or f 15. Better ones at all prices up to $35, which buys the richest and finest that can be made. Boys' and Children's Clothes, and Hats and Furnishings lor all males in an unlimited variety. All new styles, all reliable qualities, and all at Tory seasonable prices. Robinson, Gheru Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. "Treaty Tree" 5c Cip, -t Best for the Money. t t t It's a clear Havanna filler and genuine Summatra wrapper a iiuporb smoke equals many 10s cigars. Every cigar you buy entitles you to a coupon a hundred to a "Sew York?' or "Philadelphia." ft t""FIf your cigar man does...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 September 1894

THE WASHI NGTON TIMES TOL.l. KO. 181. WASHTNaTO D. C, SATURDAY MORNISTG-, SEPTEMBER 15, 1S94. o:srE CENT. ONLY A LAUGH AHD A WORD But Nannie Taylor So Angered Her Husband That He Killed Her. WAS FRANTIC WITH JEALOUSY Ttylor Att.npted Suicide, but His Dying "Wif Prevented She Admitted Eeeeivimr James Petke Ajrainst Her Husband's Con jntndi A Tenant'i Testimony. A lamh and a. flippant remark was all the answer Nannie Taylor made her husband, Thomas J. Taylor, when he begged her yes terday morning to refuse attentions from other men and lead a purer life. Maddened.by her words and manner, Tay lor drew a revolver, and holding it close to the woman'i side, flred a shot The bullet plowed its way through her abdomen, yet when he turned the weapon upon himself the summoned strength enough to endeavor' to prevent his committing suicide. Tor God's Bake, Tom, don't kill yourself! I'm not badly hurt." ETen as she spoke Taylor flred again, but the bullet, its direction changed by the woman's tus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 September 1894

2 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1894. The Washington Times fXVXET DXT 2f THE YEXBI OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. soutotrrst coexek pejjnstxtania avtnus and Tenth Strest. Telephone Editorial Booms, 485. Business Office, 987. Trice Dally Haitian One Cent Sunday Edition Throe Cents. By the mentfa.. ....... -.Thirty-five Cents. YTASHINGTON.D. a, SEPTEMBER li, ISM. A Growing Circulation Is tvliat tlic adver tiser wants. The circulation of The Times is growing at tlie rate of about 300 a week. Advertising in The Times 11 Brings Results. I THE EEXBEX IS 0010X0. It is to be sincerely hoped that the recent communication from District Attorney Thomas on the stroet ear fender question will ueQnitely sequaiat the Commissioners with their power, wader the authority bestowed oa thorn by Cosereee. to select a fender and eo f r'o its use on alt street car companies iu the Distrwt. Xh reform is undoubtedly hastened by tbe fa t that Mr. Thomas decide...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 September 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATTJBDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, ISO. 3 Pick oe as you would your doctor. Get the best shoes your money will buy. We have practically rev olutionized the shoe business in Washington. The dars of poor shoe leather, bad fits, and high prices are over. Our success has been phenome nal. We have probably not made as much money as we should, or would, had we asked the same prices prevailing elsewhere so much the better for 3'ou. This season we shall carry on the same policy of "fine shoes at lowest prices" and trust to your increased patronage to average up the profits. We shall lead this fall with three specials heads and shoulders in value over any elsewhere -viz.: 5 Styles Ladies' SJioes 6 Styles Children's Kino well-made School Sboes,buttoa and lace. While we have Children's Shoes at ftc good ouos-'wo recom mend those as extraordinary French Vici Kid Sboes.hand e w 1 and equal to other's ? jO bliops. This season, value. $2.48. 51.25. M oore's Shoe Palace 810 7TH ST. ta S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 September 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATTJR DAT, SEPTEMBER 15, 1894. We are Ready lor tbo Boys. Bring them In to !tay. Let us St tbom-wkh one ol our now and- nobby School Suits, and you'li be proud el them Monday when tlwy start lor sobooL It costs very little tl3 season Ho dress boys won. The abort punts wearers, from i to 16" years, oon got an olegant ALLVW00L, well naia, parfeot-fitting, fashionable suit ior 35, one -which -will give ENTIRE SA33SFACTT0N, and that "WE'LL bo 1TBBPQNSIBLE for to the last thread. & big assortment of them. AVI new !46 as& patterns. Hats and Furnlsh lasg.400, of every description, bat in -'r ibe reHable qualities. Robinson, Cherub Bo., Gfothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. Furnishings Cannot be bouprht to better advantage anywhere thaa uere. You'll get noth ing that isn't stylish and you'll pay less than an equal quality would ooet you at any other bouse. Fall Hats. Several new styles to choose from. Soft Hats. Derbys, and Silk Hate at every pric...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 September 1894

THE WASHINGTON VOL.1. :tfO. 182. WASHINGTON D. C, SUNDAY MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 16, 1894. THREE CENTS. Little Doubt About the Defeat of ool. Breckinridge. HE WAS FIGHTING FOR LIFE But His Herculean Efforts and Silver Tongue Didn't Save Him. WAS A GREAT MORAL CONTEST All the Beturns Not Tot In, but Owens Is Be lieved to Have a Small Margin His Own County Gives the Displaced Congressman a Email Plurality, but All the Other Coun ties Becord Their Verdict Against Hun Desha Breckinridge Had Several Fights and There Were Other Scraps in the Bis ttiot, hut Generally the Election Was Quiet, Lexxnqtos, Ey.f Sept. 15. At 11:30 both Breckinridge and Owens claim victory, the former by 118, the latter by 320. Bosult ery close, will take official count to decide. The Courier-Journal's dispatches at mid tight indicate that Owens has been nomi nated. LrxrxGTor, Ky., September 15. No elec tion ever occasioned sueh general suspension of business as the contest to-day between W. C. Owens, W. C. P. Brecki...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 September 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1894. GOME. CHILDREN, GET READY Public Schools to Reopen Their Doors To-morrow Morning. l'IKST DAY IS FOR TRANSFERS Forty-threo Thousand Pupils Expected to Attend This Year More Than Two Thou sand for the High Schools Examinations for Admission Two New Courses Added. With the noiseless falling ol the autumn loaves and the fading away of tho sweet sum mer girl the youth of Washington return once more to tho old familiar scenes of school lifo to continue preparation for their future busi ness and professional careers. The doors which wore closed with a more or less joyous bang three months ago -will swing back on thoir hinges onee more and bid welcome to pupils and teachers alike. Tromptly at 9 o'clock to-morrow the reverber ating clang of the assembly gong will ring out on the crisp autumn air, and with its clear peal all conversation and play will cease, the boys and girls take up the inarch to the class rooms and settle thomsolves for a s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 September 1894

THE WASHING-TON TIMES, STJKDAX, SEPTEMBER 1C, 1S94. FINISHED NOSE AND NOSE Domino and Henry of Navarre Run a Dead Heat at Gravcscnd. RILEY GRANNON'S LARGE BOOK Xhii "Western Penciler laid 3 to 5 Against Domino and Took in Over 8100,000 Domino Set the Pace and Was the First to Get the Whip. Sew Yobk. Sept. 15. A more propitious dav could not have been desired for tho race at one mile and a furlong botween Domino and Henry of Navarre at Graesend to-day. Tho attendance was the best of the meeting. Bott ng was begun early in tho day and tho odds were 1 to 2 against Domino and 7 to 5 against Henry of Navarre. Riley Grannon, the i lunger, hung out 3 to 5 on tho former after the Banquet race and soon had all tho Lusiae he could attend to, for within a few eervnds ho had taken in three 810.000 bets and three of $5,000 each. Smaller amounts ru6hed in antiflro soon had taken in 800.000. At tho cud of tho betting his total was $10G, 0T0 on wbieli he stood to lose cGS,042, and then be bad got a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 September 1894

THE TVASHTN-GTCXN" TIMES. SUN DAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1894. The Washington Times fEVBET DAT XX THE TEAK) OWNED AND ISSUED BX The Wasliinflton Times Company TIMES BUILDING, southwest corker fjvsyi.vaxu. avehue .u.d Tenth Street. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4S&, Business Office. 887. Price, Dally Edition One Cent Eunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Thlrtr-flve Cents. WASHLNGTON.D. 0., SEPTEMBER 16, ISM. &&&&&&&&ttZ j uruwnig Circulation Is wliat tlie adver tiser wants. Tlie circulation of The Times is growing at the rate of about 300 a week. Advertising in g The Times Brings Results. An Indorsement to Be Proud Of. W-isnrxaTO., D. C. September 12, 1S94. Mb. A. Katjhice Low, Business Manager cl The WASn.G--xs. Times. Dear Sis- I take pleasure in informing you that at tlie last meeting of this Federation our members were requested to carefully read the advertising columns of The Tikis every day and to patronize as much as possible those merchants and ot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 September 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. 189. 8 I CHAIRS ThisWeek If you intend buying any at all best time to pur chase. Prices down stock full new, pretty designs. And no matter how small the price, 3Tou'll find nothing that bears the mark of cheap ness or carelessness in construction or finishing. Saddle orsbaped wood seat Rockere, ia Antique Mahogany finish or nat ural birch, polished liko a. piano. Hookers you'd expect to par $6. $S, or rx O f f pea !J0 lor. Our price K.3 ,Z3J Solid oak or mahogany finish Rockers, with wide eeat, ornamental back, large arms, and nigh lacks. Regular S2.60 rr- f f. r Rockets. High back JV I ZLj ones fcrf" A r Low back ones SL40 Gold Parlor Chair, up- rr r? "7 CT bolstered in satin damask 1 J 1 n-wonly -f M J Gold Corner Ch&lr.with (T LT C ET Pauiask t-oat. Regular JS, 111 S5 0U goods, 2w J.VF w. B. AND SONS. 11th and F Sts. N. W. AN AMBITIOUS CHICKEN. It Called Out the Tire department, but Was Badlv Demoralized. "An obstreperous chicken su...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 September 1894

6 THE WASHINGTON T11CTS. STO? DAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1894. CHURCHES OF WASHINGTON The Vermont Avenue Christian One of the Social in the City. KXOVTX AS GARFIELD MEMORIAL Christ ProtOBtaat Episcopal the Oldest Reli gions Organization in the City Started Before the "War of Independence Presi dent Jefferson Attended Services Thoro. One ot the most social congregations in Washington is thut of the Vermont Avenue Christian Ohuroh, with its COO ineinbors. Dr. F. D. Power, the pastor, bellqyes in tho social feature of religious life, and the members of his congregation shako hands with each other BEV. Y. D. POWER. alter each son-ice. It is rarely less than twenty minutes after the benediction has been pronounood before tho auditorium is cleared. Tho church is commonly known hs the Gur floitl Memorial because President Garnekl was a member and rogular attendant But tho late President never saw the handsome structure on Vermont avenue, lie wor shipped in a muoh smaller and more unpre tentious bu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 September 1894

THE 'WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1894. TRilHED EKE YETERANS Proficiency of Higli School Cadets in March and Drill. THB RECORD OP A DOZEN YEARS History of the Corps Sisce Its Organisation in 18 82 Sttady Progress Under Difficul ties Participation in Notable Local and National Events Intorest of the Public. Aside from the General educational excel lence of the students and alumni, by Trhich the reputation of the Washington High School has been established, there is perhaps no other organization connected trith the school that has done as much toward developing its good name and character as the cadet regi ment TMs youthful body of militia has been in ex istence but little over a decade and yet bv the soldierly bearing and proficiency of the mem bers it has achieved a distinction second to no other similar institution in the country. Tho cadets have won for themselves an exalted place in the estimation of the people, both loyally and nationally, and have captured the aJn.ir...

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