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   Olean Democrat, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1890, Olean, New York                               GLEAN DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY. DECEMUKfl 18, 1890. Look Hers! Just received some new Picln- which I will sell cheap. Comeum! at them. 1 have u few of C :iiie Curtains for cost, also Lace Furniture cheaper than you can by it elsewhere. Picture framing a specialty. JULIUS HOLZBERC. Blifhton Block. Union Street. W, CARL DALLANBAU6H, M. D. SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN. Office and Ittsidence 116 First Street. TELEPHONE FREE. Office M. until P. M. 13 to 2; to 8; and at other times when not other- wue engaged. E, E. ALDERMAN CO. Money Loaned on Real Estate, OFFICE 133 UNION BTBEET. Call and get Lists of Real Estate NIGHT CALLS For Undertaker should be made at the office 169 Union Street, or at resi- dence 126 Second Street. THE OLEAN DEMOCRAT. Wanted. Co-respondents in every town in Cattaraugus County. Liberal terms ottered. For particulars address THE DEMOCRAT, Y. H. Crawford is visiting his parents in Fillmore. Allegany county, this week. Mr. Albert de Stiger and bride, of De- troit, Mich., are visiting friends in the city. Mr. and Ivlrs. William Masters, of Eighth street, are the happy parents of a new girl baby. The Willard Hook Ladder company will give a grand ball at the Park hotel, Allegany, New Year's eve. Miss Katie Collopy, of Hinsdale, has accepted a position on the clerical force at Bell Brothers' dry goods emporium. Captain W. M. Abroms, who has been Kirt rViiO Monday visiting his sons in this city the past month, returned to Pittsbur afternoon. D. S. Corsaw will open a shoe store about January 1 in the part oi' the new "Winters block recently purcha.-ed by him. Mrs. F. L. Battle tt gave an e legal, t four-o'clock tea to her young lady friends at her hotne on Second street Saturday afternoon. J. Willett Smith, Wells-Fargo express agent at Hornellsville, passed Sunday in the city with his brother. Dr. A. E. Smith, of Barry street. Jamestown Journal: Walter I. Sweet, of this city, manager of the Bradford Telephone exchange, is making exten- sive improvements in the Olean ex- change. Mrs F. Sessions, Mrs. P. Durby. and Miss Clara Cook, of Hinsdale, and Mrs. Frank Cook, of Topeka, Kansas, were guests of Mrs. Ira Councilman On Wednesday. Mr. Ross Owens left on Erie train 3 Mjnday for New Orleans, Louisi- ana, where ne has accepted the manage- ment of a tannery, and will reside in the future. F. E. Johnson and family, left Monday for a week's visit with iviauves in iSmghauiton, whence they will go to St. Charles. Michigan, to spend the holidays. Thursday evening, at the Baptist par- sonage. Henley street, Mr, Charles F. Wefizel', of Franklin, and Miss Minnie Bonner, of Stoneboro, Pa., were joined in marriage by the Rev. Rutger x. The Lulhcr hotw fair will at Mayer'H hull Uwiiiber K5 Whitney Williams, of ia visiting friends in this city. Last evening u son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Maynard, of East Oleun. Tho Foresters will hold a social dunce at and Blighton's Inlls next Tuesday evening. W. B. Dunn has closed his -'Hub" reentrant in 'he Grand Central block and will remove to Austin, Pa. J. L. liendrieks has removed his bar- ber shop from North Olean to Railroad avenue, opposite tho W. N. Y. P. railroad depot. The Ancient Order of Hibernians has engaged the 43d Separate Company Or- chestra to furnish the for their grand annual ball be held at Mayer's hall on the evening of January 22. The swarthy eon of Italy who has for a number of years conducted a peanut stand at the corner of Union street and Railroad avenue has found it necessary, on account of iucreasing business, to enlarge his place of business. William Beacon, an artistic and ex- pert paper hanger and decorator, is in Olean and is prepared to do fine work. Anv one desiring his services can refer to F. L. Stedman and Hiram Dean and others. Samuel Klotz, of Newark, N. J., Su- preme Vice Dictator of the Knights of Honor, will visit Olean lodge 2117 on the occasion of the reception for the Bradford and Gillmore lodges New Year's eve. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Builis very pieas- antlv entertained a large number of their friends at drive whist at their handsome residence on Laurens street Friday evening.Theguests occupied nine- teen tables. Refreshments were served. Word has been received from Mr. John Scott, who started for San Anto- nio. Texas, a few days ago, in search of relief from consumption. He made the trip safely and comfortably, and is well pleased with his present surroundings. Mrs. Arthur Moore and children ar- rived in the city this morning from Whiting-, Indiana. Mrs. Moore immedi- ately left for Bradford, to attend at the bedside of her sister, Miss Clara Beamer. who is seriously ill with typhoid fever. The carcasi of a large black bear, weighing 190 pounds, attracted consid- erable attention in front of the Wells- Fargo express office Saturday. It was shot nearCoudersport, and was consigned to parties in Friendship, N. Y "He tried the luxury of doing good1' "Did he How did he jro to work at "I'll tell you he presented every poor family in the place with a bottle of .'Dr. Bull's" Cough Svrup earlv this sea- 80 a." The Rochpster Democrat and Chroni- cle says: Dr. H. V. Girler delivered TWscfay evening in the Epworth League course, at the Frank Street church, a most interesting lecture on "Bread Winners of the Twentieth Cen- f he lecture dealt with the social problems of the day in a very able man- ner. Susie Leonard. %vho resides with the family of Dr. A E. Smith on Barry street, triet witli a serious and painful accident whiie returning from the Bap- tist fair Tuesday night. While turning the corner at the post office she slipped on the icy pavement and fell, breaking her left leg at the knee. Drs. Smith and Dallanbaugh reduced the fracture and the patient is doing finely. William Caliban, the crack pitcher of the Rochester base ball team last season and a brother of Tom Caliban, who pla-.-ed with the Oiean team, recently se- cured a judgment of against the Rochester Base Ball association. He sued the association for which he claimed to be due him as an unpaid por- tion of his salary sea on of 1890. The HERALD a week ago announced the expected return of the Carter party from Bf-rlin, Germany. They ai rived in New York last week, but have not re- turned to OJusin. Mrs- Carter stopped in Corning to visit friends, while George went on to Chicago, where he expects to locate. Miss is v.'ith her mother in Randolph, and Mr. and Mrs. Egbert returned to Ithaca. 'If vou are offered a bottle of Salva- tion Oil. without wrapper, or mutilated or defaced, don't buy it at any price; you may be sure that there is something may be worthless or dan- gerous counterfeit. Insist upon getting a perfect, unbroken, genuine package in a ellow wrapper. NO BURGLARS NEED APPLY Atlhc Vault Iu Um llKKAU) ri-jjoru-r accidentally wan- d.-red into the Exchange National bunk one morning recently and was oblig- ingly shown the new wifely deposit vault recently put in, by C.wliier iJarl- lelt. The vault isa massive structure, well calculated to re-M-t the edom oi the most expert of cracksmen -or the r.ivaiiesof the mo-t destructive of coti- flugatiuns. It is built on the e'lit end of the bank building. The outside walls are of brick, three feet in thickness. Beneath this is a double wall of hard- ened yet ductile steel, two indies in thickness. The interior dimensions of the vault are: Height, seven feet: width, ten and a half feet, and depth, woven and a quarter feet. Entrance to the vault is effected through a massive double door weighing, with the frame in which it is nearly six tons. This door is in itself a wonder of me- chanical skill. The outside door is coin- posed of a series   Whitney avenue, on Sec- livan built several months ond council, has at last ago by the is a great convenience that vicinity. to the residents vixiuisville. Kentucky. A. D. Peck, of chief train dispatcher has of the W. N. of the RochesterdiV his duties Friday Y. 1'. and assured to succeed F. J. The rei-ort that he wlr. Martin is still Martin untrue, as his post. j FrankhnMile Phillips in Adsit, "of among old in Hon. Charles S. Cary. Mean, a J. F. Johnson, of senhury, of at Surrogate SpnngV, A larce or.ier of rr> Masonic Officers. At the regular semi-monthlv meeting of Olean lodge, No. 252. F. A. M..held Tuesday, the following officers were elected'for the ensuing year: A. Barhydt. Senior H. Austin. Junior A. Corbin. S. Stowell. S. Hanks. Senior Cook. Junior S. McNeile. Senior Master of C. Dallanbaugh. Junior Master of R. Russell. Jamep. Trustee for three "X Franchot. Another Amuteuieiit which in Favor. The best medical authorities say the proper way to treat catarrh i.- to take a constitTitional remedy, like Hood's Sar- sanarilla. A Salarr With paid will come handy to anyone who is now out of employment, especially where no previous experience is required to cet the position. If TOU want a position, see ndvertisomcnt on 5 headed "A (hance t Matte 3t4 Charles W. Tufs-day. Frank circulating The E Du- A new line of bract-lets, pin-', cuff but- n- r-'c.. at Bovr> KKRR'S. wn 3- Make an elegant Christmas and prices at F. HowMt Co.'s office, opposite Bell M la. rge e4 a T! at the lowing f, i .'.f Artist. of the Short of i r Journal aYrnir.fi: thf Tuilleries." "A Natural Science." the and iiu of -ourt A' A. 'X F. of A.. to attend spf-al on Thursday r. f4H re-quested r-ct officers C. R. "A Tiddledy-wink social." There is no joke about it. It is a seri- ous, soul-absorbing topic, and if you ever run up against a lay-out you 11 think so. .t quef r in connection with a" social, hut "Tiddledy-wink" so- cials lookT at first much like a "lay-ouC% green, blue ahd used in this new game with such a queer name. They are not placed as in a "eame." but they are all- important just the same in "Tiddledy- wink." A "Tiddledy-wink" social is like this: i invite a crowd to your house, hav- ing previously secured a "lay-out." You clear the parlor of chairs, and on the big center table you place a heavy wool- en cover. In the center you place a small that they use in saloons for whisker straights is just the thing. Then you deal out the chips. There twenty-four in number, and about the size of a nickel. Four persons play. They jjet six chips apiece. In the hand of each person is another and larger chip. The six chips are placed in a row in front of each player, and then number one presses down hard on tiie edge of one of his small chips with Jthe large one and tries to "flip it into the small key K'ass in the center of the table. H looks easy. But it isn't. Well, you go down or chips uutil somebody ho? all had in glass. Then it's his Then everybody else laughs, th'-y all try if over again. There are several tricks in "Tiddledy- wink." For instance, if jouandsnnip- body else are in the game, and you one of your chips out near glass and the other fellow gets one on top of your chip, then is a prisoner and can't "flip" it without first moving and move yon can make wi h man's chip to place it in tlv thereby pushing him ahead on" So when you play "Tid- you will play it before long the jrreat idr-a is to other chip prisoner, and then Vyforf he can pet own chip the ho must gently lif? in ly-'wink' a It ir fnlir a." in clover, and i? that the country t'> ?tand a of it. 1 r-anh ttie name "Ti Idlf mixfvl up with thf tin, and IRON AH1ERIES- Notiv, of Hit- Iu lliiti icliiity. Aii exchttnue sayn thut il in rvporU-d that General Superintendent TucLtr, of ihu Chicago Erie, will he made geuural of the entire Krie bysn-ni. The Erie u> erecting a new coal ireatle at SuluiiianiM. As soon us it is com- plete the CaiTollton trestle will oe torn down and tho timber used for necessary improvements along tho western divis- ion. Says the Elmira (Jazette: Nearly all the newly promoted conductors on the D., L. W. have been put as i.rakeineiiasiaiti on account of work be- light. The newly appointed engi- neers iiave been relegated to iiriMiien. The Krie company are laying olf all the surplus labor which has been work- ing at different points along the line binee last spring. The section forces are being reduced to the Ucsual number emploved during the winter. Begin- ning last week the wages of trackmen were cut down from to The Wellsville pusher engine, Rogers engineer, ran into a hand car at Ando- ver about 1 o'clock Friday afternoon. The engine was close to the car when the section men saw il and they were uri- uable to get it out of ihe way in time. All jumped off except Thomas Ken- nelly, who uas struck and instantly killed. The ear WAS smashed to pieces. If the lire, which consumed some of the Western New York Pennsylvania railroad property near the corner of Louisiana and Exchange streets night had burned down the shanty which reives as a passenger Btation. the loss would have been less to the load, and the greater gain to the public, says the Buffalo Courier. The longest trip probably ever made on a. hand-car was recently completed by J. C. Thomas, roadmaster of the In- tQruutional Great Northern railroad, who traveled the entire length of the road, a distance of nearly 300 miles, the journey occupvfng seven consecutive days. "The objVct of the trip was to ob- tain particulars for his annual report concerning the amount cf roud material on hand and the amount 7ibceo.-ary for the comirig year. Letters patent have granted on a divided axle for railroad cars. The con rttruction if an axle fsom one sida which meets and enters the axle from the other side for a distance of three feet, and re- volves with it. With the straight axle now in use. when a car is going around a curve, the outside wheel only slides along the track, throwing great friction on the other wheel. The inven- tion is designed to obviate this by allow- ing one wheel to turn faster than tiie other. The coniract taken by Dowling Ken- nedy to build tiiteen miles of the exten- sion" of the Lehigh Valley railroad through tiie county is proving to a losing Batavia correspondent. One of the men engaged on the work has stated that the firm ill be out from to on the contract. It further stated that the firm has had some trouble with the company's engineer, who, it is said, did make his esti- mates to accord witlL the contractor's ideas and litigation may follow U-Joiv a settlement can be At six o'clock Saturday morning as freigh train 51 on the P. E.. wag going west, and when at Wattrford. near Erie, a wheel on the engine broke, and the engine left the track. The train was running a rate of speed, and th" r an.i twelve cais were piLnl i" a uroini-c'ous heaji on the en- irint-. The William O'Bnon: fireman. Tom Gleason. and bivakinan, Sherman Waid. ihe latter two residents of Warren were injured. Engineer O'Brien, of Erie, was badly iruiseu1 and injured internally. was aken to Erie and placed in the Hainot losuital. Brakeman Sherman Waid vas badly injured. He sustained a aroken Irg. some bad cuts the other eg and internal injures. He was taken to the hospital at Erie for treat- ment. Fireman Torn Gleason was badly iruised, and some cuts on limbs ami one on his shoulder. Waid's injuries are said to be serious, and he may not recover. He is beriouly injued nternallv. RECEPTION AND BANQUET. ,1 FI, iiNtl'it nt Hi A. O. I. W. 11 nU '1 ticuduy ICveiiluif, tHB A reprcsentatnc attended a pleasant reception and banquet ten- dered by Branch 12, L. C. H. A., to the members of C. M. B. A., at A. O. U. W. hall Tuesday. The hall was handsomely decorated for the occasion, the walls and ceiling being draped with varied colored bunting, Hags and hannejr. Tin-hall wus com- pletely lilled with tb'1 numbers of the two organizations and their families. The exercises opened an add re.-s by Mrs. Mary Sheehan. in response which U''V. Fath< r Smith. sistant rector of St. Marx's church b1'1" now of Elmira. spoke words of and contrratul-itioii for the efforts of the after w hit )i the following program was rendered: On, St. Mary's Choir. Welcome Jliiinic Barry Piano Duet............................. Misses Frances Carroll andKtclla race. Recitation.......... Bridge." Miss Hose McMahon. Vocal Mr. Fnd C. AU.recht. Vocal he Harp that Ouce Thro' Tara'H Marcia York Kecitation............." lie Ouest." Mi-s Marie Klieridan the Waters could Speak as They Flow." By the children of the Ninth grade of St. Mary's School. why Should the Spirit of Mortal be Proud" Miss Celia Han'iifan Piano Solo...................Ai-'ms Harrington Vocal Old. Sweet Song." Kittle Barry. Don." Lulu and Mary McMahon. Mama was a Little Girl Lnht McMahon. Vow." Miss Flora LeStrange. Vocal Isaacs." Katie Harrington. Vocal Ituet Watch." Messrs. J. T. Baxter and F. t'. Alhreeht. Closing Away." St. Marv's Choir. Tne program was a lengthy one. hut its length wart exceeded by its ex- cellence. Following the nuiuhcr Mrs. Sheehan requested sump uf tht- members of the C. M. B. A. to favor the company with remarks, and the request was responded to briefly by E. II. Deri- ison and Rev. Father Daley, atter which the company filed into the dining hall, where two long rows, of tables were spread with a tempting array of choice viands. After all had satisfied the crav- ings of the inner man Rev. Father Mur- ray arose in his place at the head of the table and in a few well chosen words proposed a toast to the ladieg of L. C. B. A., to all pledged themselves in bumpers of old port. After the supper Rev. Fathers Smith and Murray fa voted the company with a number of selections which were received with vociferous applause, and it was late in the night when tiie pleasent assemblage broke up amid general expressions of congratulation and good will. UAUDAiLE UttOtftt Profit. haiiM :lle of trade Th btructed the hw cominitUf bill to the legislature ilege of the Ca.iai creek w lii-re ii run-, through tho vi from a point hi !ov. Hie vilhigf to (Jencsee. river. The creek runs till the center ot the in a course ;i of f'oity-one miles, by the of hiring efs and settling of sediments haw higher than the surrouiuling through it runs, rendering thou- sand-, ot acres of rich. alluvial land prac- tically worthies. J'.y cutting tin' chan- nel in direct line through th" lolf" the length of the stream cail be reduced fo I'ourtM-n miles, the oxerflow entirely stopped, and the ol farai property greatly enhanced. It is esti- mated that the of cutting the new- channel could be done ior a mile through the cleared through the swamp, and wlic-re tiie creek flows into (.Jenei-ee ruer, the sum total of which would be a mere begatelle to the value of land-) reclaimed, and th" in- in price of along the line ol improvement. A large numljer of fanner.-, have intention of a.-Mniit'g the Heard financially and otherwise, until tiie much needed work of draining the valley J8 brought to "a succeesful termination. The Marriage Kecord. A. Bruwn. a widower, sixty-four yeais. and Mr.-'. Aima M. Aus'tin, aged sixty years, widow of the kite E'j. Austin, were joined ininairiage by V. Smith at the residence nf' tin; corner of Grewi and Foiiitli stit-ts. Saturdnv. I Have Always I'ajd Kent For a house to live Tiiis year I have naif for H cottage, with money which, before I used Sulphur Bitters m my family, paid to .the doctor and the druggist. cured my wife of female F. Sampson, ?'alem. ifas-s. read A Lady's Perfect Companion. Every expectant mother should our new book by Dr. Dye, one York's moi-t celebrated physicians. A perfect mother's guide, it tdl? how the fearful ordeal cmi hi: made easy, free from danger, and almost entirely pain- less. saving months of anxiety. dread and Full of valuable information to ladi'-s. answering hun d red of delicate questions. Send two- cent stamp for circulars, testimonials, and confidential letter. Address. Frank Thoma-. Co publishers. Baltimore, Md. Wn'.i A Fecu I iar Many peculiar points mike Hood's fi saparilla superior to all oilier Peculiar in combination, proportion, preparation of Hood's SarsaparUla the full curative value cf the. best known the Peculiar in and economy- saparilla _ cine can truly One Hundred Doses Medicines IB and smaller bottles require larger doses, and do not produce as good results as Hood's. Peculiar iu its medicinal merits, Hood's Sarsaparilla accomplishes cures erto unknown, and has won for i the title of "The greatest blood purifier eyer discovered." Peculiar in its good name is of Hood's M. Lowell, where S is made, Mian of purifie all other is. _ I Don't Want a Doctor. 1 .-have tried have only -indlwl me. t have figured up what :hey HIM for the last four years: it ivas just If I had it now it would be a fortune forme. This year my bill for medicine was only dol- lars, for which 1 purchased six Lotties Sulphur Riit-.-rs. They cured me of scrofula after -ufferir.i: four J. Troy. N. Y. THE DEATH RECORD. Old and Yonnjr Alike Gathered in by tbe Destroyer. Mrs. Rhoda JGoodell. mother of Mr. James Gundrll, of this city, died at her home in the town of Angelica. Allegany county, Thursday at the agp of 95 years. She leaves three sons and a daughter re- siding in different of country. "William W.. nine months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ingat 4W Union street died Thursdav night. wrs Sunday held from at Burrett. resid- North Glean. Th" funeral the house Rev. r oi I'M- hurial Charles M. on t he I) P. church. officiatm: at Oak Gertrude M wife of Thorn j at hfrhon: (rodfrcy far'tijin Valley. Sun- day forenoon at 10 o'clock, at auc of nearly 20 The taken to former horn" of de- ceased in IluOiford. cwunty. Sunday for Frank, infant t-on Mr. and Mrs. Patrick of First street, died A ScluMiif that is Declared to be a Lottery, A form of alleirpd lottHj-% scheme has been exposed by Courier as existing in that citv. Jt is cahed the Quceii Ciry .Mutual Beneri! society. Al- fred E formerly H pruachtr in WestfifM and later on euitor of the Wejtfield Repuhlican. is president. The attractive feature of the scheme is the ease with which an investor gets by paying an initiation of SB. 00, and S1.25 in monthly clues., "The says the prospectus, "is simple, reason- ahle and economical." A member pays the tuition fee and in advance and every month: so soon as has been collected from members that amount is paid rut to the holder of cer- tificate No.'l, and the next paid in goes to No. 2. Thus far plain but deter- mine who No. 1 is, as it about 1.000 had invested anil no record of tbe order in which certificates were taken had been kept. The treasurer says that when 951 certificates were takVn and it became necessary to decide No. 1 and No. 2. the names were put in a drawer and drawn. It so happened that a mer- chant who had invested in ten tickets came out No. 1 and No. 2, so he got his and the rest wait. Here comes in the lottery feature: even Louis- iana could not improve ujon it. Every fortunate receiver of is re- quired to take out a new certificate and pay a year's dues in advance. On the face of thr scheme there seems to be no provision for the pay of officers, etc., but then there is the hope that a large nuua- her. after paying for a time, will drop] out. The district attorney has qeclared it a violation of the lottery statute. The Courier in exposing the scheme thus of i he two principal of- ficers. the president ind treasurer are men? yon ask. Well Mr. Ro-e as educated for the ministry and a later, an un- succeWul editor of a country weekly. and moiv r.-cently he has been adverti- s-nu'Kt v riter. He has dut-ted a KidCs magazine and other itritl has letterheads he hi IB -elf on Busin-ss." R. G. Parsons (treasurer) is part7n-r. blood Peculiar In to nal record of sales other preparation has attained such popu- larity in so short ttob retained its popularity and confidence among all people so steadfastly. Do not be induced to buj other but be sure to get tbe Peculiar Medicine, Hood's Sarsaparilla SoldbyaTt druggists, fl; sir for 55. and by C. I. HOOD CO, Apothecaries, KM. Doses One Dollar CHANCE TO WAKE MONEY, Salary and expenses paid or coniTniafipB if preferred. Salesmen wanted where No eexperience needed. AddreMi 8taTriE a'L. VAN DTJrfEN N-lTItSEBT CO- 3tl Geneva. N.K A TO i MOUTH for-loaal and traveling men to. Fruit Stock. Steady worfc all tnr the fall and Addretw for RiCHABiisox .V Co., Nurserymen, York WirUL. ALESME LOCAL OR TRAVELING. to Xursery Stock- Salary. ex; and ty employmen; Chase Compa- KocheHr r, POTTER'S CERTA1.. CURE F01 HEADACHE A HA.RMLESS and crrtain ctirefortll fq-_. of containing no Morphine, nine-. Bromide, Antipyri -e or all of Headache. Neuraltria, Sick ttf Nervous whether broueht on of overwork, eatme or Ac. a powdei on tbe tonnft nwallow with If not one honr. powder. For Sale by sJl Price, 25 Cents Per Six Mniled tn any part of the V. S. on of 0. A. POTTER, Proprietor, Oltti, I. Y. Sundav Tlie funr'al at held from St. Maiy's Catholic clmr- h Monday and interred in tVu- cemetery at Lent. her residen of menses may lv re- lieved by a f Aver's pills, which produce" tbo effect through sympathetic action. eod A i C'f 'irirrlth't machines platine with cold, silver or nickel, j.nd it Vo did hear of it than I had forks and than I in a month. Thr tne first month Tuly 1 I will t nT farm sera at Trf-atmfnl ot pmsnfui und bt-l'v N The can c-r and euorl rm r A or from Varicose Vines by or Rheumatism nn-1 tions Eczama hriff Radical y Cured t by a 1 it': t! I'IT firtrt of n. Scud t -I t'iinv.1 i.i'1 i' -i at J officiating. penance, nuirlj Yours trulr. M. O MOAftBffiUD.   

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