Atlanta Constitution, March 26, 1890

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March 26, 1890

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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia 'THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. f VOL. XXL ATLANTA. GA., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 26, PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE MOCK VIRTUE BI PC'BJDICjl'rlS TO IN THE EXPULSION OF DEMOCRATS. nv Criticism of the MeKlnley Bill Con- Tllr ihillty That It Will Isever DO to Ik Vote. Manh J5 ans of the house elections committee, In a >inl ion buist ot virtue todnv, decided to ADOPTIKO THE nt lira demorrltie ere eonlested sitting Ibey The Senate Busy on Sherman's Anti-Trust Bill. "WASHINGTON, March 25 Among the bills mtrod teed and referred was one by Mr Mor- rtll to establish uu educational fund frout the of public lands, and one by Wr Far well to gne a pension of a year to the of General Crook joint resolution by Hr George to atncii 1 the resolution so as to empower con- gress to make all law s that are necessary and prt ner to suppress combinations in restraint of tr .ilt or prod iction, ami to pievent transac incrc ise or tlons tl at create a monopoly or incrc deTn.ess the prices of commodities that in iv b i. me a subject of couimerce among the sta ea r vi ith foreign nations -----j i Mi lloir gave notice that he would not call v v 1' irrott in tlie I tht Montana election case till Monday >Xt Tho anti-Irish bill was then taken up, and Mr lit urge addressed the senate Hi said he had 1 c ird the w ish expressed bv several wna- tt rs th it the bill and amendments should be leie.rn.ii to the Judiciary committee He coil ciirrod in the propriety ol that course, and le-i it colli f shi uld bo thrown out It is I now made that motion wltu Mr Morgan move.fc as an amendment tint ts i Uiigcrou, Hung lo mix religion witu Judiciary committee bo instructed tgre I u I I'" c p, rt back within tvvcn M! ivs with tl o VM i h f tho orler fi unileil OIIJKC I TO IIIK contir iv tho title jneml i rs ho.sc t'lt. co-veS of foircli Indiana and Hi won versus Buchanan in tl ninth i In t! i lul ma i n the faco of the ro turn- lud-c Purotl had H luajoiils The ca k i i i iitt t nit vi is based upon the claim tl it tlucts votes cast by s.udeiits at It is 1_ "'is rn l si mi l Iu t! e 1 1 v i d Ihej therefoio d POSTPONED ONE YEAB. TSX: WOBI.DS FAIX WXT.I. ascv IX 1893. PASSAGE OF THE BILL IN THE HOUSE The Ten Million Dollar Guarantee ment -Women to Have Showing: on tha MB. SAJttFOKD Wilt NOT EBW. tcl til i Jat tir Ii i }j i hanaii case the claim 11 1. i n build out of us i il 1 11 t stui 1 betiusothe popu- t tho di r t is cimpovd almost 011- f nil i. u c lueiitlv tho reimlv- v uh relni. u ci obliged to report i i. f the luuiocru IHt SI VSM VVILLPABS I Tt is ev.pt eted that tho spasm of virtue which I trust bill as sei tioi s Mr 1'ui.li, M a member of tho iinhciarj ttee it as his opinion that the rUcrciiee of b II to that committee would be the lost of it this n ml that em mies of tho bill could aih 1 1 110 more ottieunt at tion of di stroying it oeussioii tr to 01 v irr moment ag ciati m i r combination am ing pel mil rtieulture or agriculture made ultli tu._ iiliam mg the price of their own a-licultural cngi cii iew WASHiivOTOi, March25 after the approval of the journal, Mr Chandler, ol Massachusetts, called up for consideration tho world's fair bill The bill having been read in extenso, Mr Chandler, on behalf of the committee, offered an amendment prov iding that the commission shall appoint a board of 1 idy managers, of such number and to per- form such duties as may be prescribed by the commission, and tlie board maj appoint one or more of all committees authorized to award prizes lor exhibits which may be pro- duced in whole or in part, by female labor Adopted Also an amen Iment providing that one of tin mi mbt rs of the board created be cha-p-d with the selection of the government exhibit, shall bo chosen by the fish commiss on Adopted t OMFI IMFVTABY TO CKICAOO Mr Gaudier, in opening the debate, ex- pressed the satisfaction which he felt ill being able to state that Chicago, which had been se- lei tod by the house as a site had proven itself before the committee eanal to all that had been expected of it The committee had found that Chicago not only comprehended the importance and magnitude ot the enter- prise, but had entered into it with a deter- mined spirit winch had impressed upon the committee the conviction that it would be suc- cessful in its uiider'akiug He believed that the-bill was perfectly constitutional and he advocated it upon its merits because he uo- he hi heved that its purpose was and pa- triotic Mr Chandler offered an amendment on his tlo subnet ot rcuel origan ors of, price of king a very rancorous debate General I Or hoiticultural products the hero ot the crator had the I A mint HUMOR in the mate it that time, voting! Mr mado an humorous suggestion to the republicans Wise drew avtvulptc I jjr to include in his proviso those f the southern bnga her" in the senate j codtishing and boot and shoe ot the c initol, cracking his j maklug m England, and Mr Platt askcil 01 er tlie roj ubhcan senators like I (m the same spirit) whether it included tho >lu time slave-driver, -while their 1 wo lncn o[ QJIIO s ud Mr Sherman, "I think it w ould .uolude their own and the er raised another laugh 1 he amendment n as agreed to Mr Hoar moved to strike out of the nrbt section the vv onls ot tlie differi nt states t between two or more citizens or corporation1 or both, of the b mte 1 btntes and foreign states, or or coij orati >ns and it was agreed to THK "HJTI.RE8" AMENDMENT The lucstioiiw is then tikcii ouMr injalls s amendment (aiming at dealings in futures" and options and it was agreed to without div isioii Mr Stewart moved to insert in tho first section the words or of the value ol money by which such cost may be advanced ro tines in the house were denouncing n i bnjadiers" 1 he shot went home It mi be rankling m the bosoms of some of tin ootl> shirt vv vvers in the north, and may f i nil the true n ason why he is to be ousted f o i the scat to which ho was legally elected Tllfil HI KINLEY. BILE M irMcKuihv s tinfthillis still in tho ti ,K 1 sev en, hut seventy-seven times 1 Protesting telegrams continue to pour Declines to for the Oowrnorahlp of Alabama. OPEIJKA, Ala., March 28 Hon W J Samford has declined to ran for governor of Alabama The Opollka Demo- crat, ol tomorrow morning, will publish the following. After consideration Colenel William 3 Samford declined to be a candidate tor governor This dec-Won his many friends in Opelika. in tee coun- ty, in east Alabama, and throughout the state will regret, and without disparagement to. the ability of the other gentlemen now in the field, that lie was eminently fitted to discharge the duties of the office with dignity to the great state of Alabama and honor to himself Juckre 9amf ord.V Card. OrsuKA Ala. March 24. IKm ocrat M my friends have encouraged me to enter the race iorjrovcrnor t accept their action in a large measure, is due to frkiKi'njp rather than to anv prominent fitness I ma> nave lor the po-mon Such cordial and apsuruKcs re as rare as they are personally rat ifvingtomt and I have a purpose to dMa- o.ittiau- inv ap.irn tatinn at the fir t opportunity presented Wi 'e to be governor of this great state miEht Hell lie thr i.oil of any man's reason- able am! itii n ami while candor compels the ail im-31011 tea- tho U tiering expressions of friends ind the press oi east Alabama have the temptation illnring v et a calm recognition of tlie dcumidi of a i anv ass of the nomination of tne ru-Diuis lulities ol tlie ofln e if elected, necessarv t a taitnf ill anil ct uncientious discharge of exalted trust has decided me not to Tiecome a camliiiate t urthennore 1 will not deny a nat- unl and cultivated disinclination to enter a he ited i ohtn ll contentu n for office, where no great principles are involveil may have slightly influenced mu m this eoncluEion That 1 am willing to serve the people when they tttinlc their interests Uemaiid it, m public or In a private canaeitv the liumble enorts of my life from my youth until now fllllj attest H this laflt rctsum smacks of vanity I hope it will he pardoned Hence, in decUmg not to become a candidate, I am not dls- lov alto the Mn'imciit that cvinaaa sacnhce of MADE IT PAY, rax: fovsa IT OVT ANDi THE SHERIFF IS DISGRACED. The InTeatisnUon of the oC tlie Sheriff of New How Commls- ere Divided ry man be willlUK to his services are demanded per onal interest, ever sen e the when hi Since I attribute the kind words spoken ot myself ic rithcr to perv nal regard, and iinie other worthy antl gentlemen equally if not more carnble than I have nnnifested a willingness to undertake this duu ing this con b} perspiring us do lu.li.dulg a rehearing Today the sugar re- ti evs from iiew Philadelphia and Bos- ton scooped down on the committee with fire in their eyes, insisting that their business ould go to the w all it a cut of more than twenty five per cent was made The carpet manufacturers from New England were also before the committee in force, crjing out eheaieiitiy against the woolen schedule, mid soon atter the three Buckeye Mr Hoar moved to amend tho amendment inserting after tho word money' the by vvordfl 01 of gold or silver Pending action on these amendments, the and soon alter me wiree i senate at u 10, adjoun eil until tomorrow, Mr Delano, Harpster and Lawrence, appeared on Sherman giving notico that )'6 the scene to bolster up the weakening knees ol on the passaf of tlio b.ll after mormofc the c immittce on this subject The commit- tct h v, aUo listened to for placing r i liules on tlu free list and it is an OIL mcstion. whether this will not bo done Ii 1 let the bill which was 'completed lit 11 cek, is now being re cast al in t every distinctive schedule It the prevailing impression here that hid not tl i lilunder which inalvertcntly gave the bill to the lublic McKm cj would liav i. the most roundlv man in the reiuhhcin partv As it is, the piematuro publication Ins giv oil him and his associates tlie opportumtj to ci rrcct blaniig mistakes, perfect it in many respects, feel the public nultc ou tentative propositions and smooth the waj for its ultimate reception There is also a Crowing sentiment that after all, this pro- tciiiled industry ou tho part of the republicans thcv aie merely getting ready for another dress Tiiridt In other wonlb they intoiid to goto the country again fall on promises lili VcKmley's bill las developca the fict till his views arc urec ilicilablo vl ith those liei i Senator Aihson tho republican tanlf lea Ii r m the sen >te Hid tho unlj hopo ot n the partj fiolu a nu t disastrous defeat next fall is to let U e bill go over until the next session and then, if it is de BiribU to kill it in toiifcrence -Vb It n w stands the bill c innct ho retried unti Apul This would make it Maj 1st Lc- fire the debate w >uld and luno loth licit-o it is labiCd Tliciiitg ea to the senate A i onth or more will be required in c uunilt- tec Thevipent five month on tho Mills bill TM uould make it August bcfoio the debate in the senate begins, and then, ou aiiv excuse tl cm adjourn congress w ith the solemn proi n o to pass the bill as soon as the short sess on opens That's what it looks like bun combe aud bluff JfDGE STTWArT'S nltl, Tu Ige Stew art's bill to pension soldiers of the Indian wars at the rate of 'S per month was reported favorablj from the committee to- daj, and will undoubtedly pws tho house There are a considerable number ot Georgians v, ill be benefited bv. this bill It is esti mated from one to three to the county The charges against T W Thurmaix, a can dldate lor postmaster at Gritb.il, w ere with- arawn yesterday Today his name w as sent to the senate The bill appropriating lor the pnr chase of lands for the Mcl'herson barracks was reported favorably today, and placed on the business tomorrow AOAINST TUAA I.L TO CANADA. Crimes for W hich the 1'erpetiators Can Be Brought Buck. Man.li convention to the tenth article of the treirjofriU between fin.it Britain and the Linted States concluded at Washington, .July 12 IrtHM and ritihi itions oxch mgcd at Lon- don, March 11 Ib'KJ u as proclaimed today By the terms of the supplementary convention, the provisions ol Hie tentli article ol the ongi iial tre ity arc ma le -pi lie Ale to the follow HIE; add t onal crimes 1 Manslaughter when voluntarj 2 Coiiiitcrteiting 01 altering momy uttering or 1 r nMng into tirculatation couuteifelt or altircd individual motion, to bo considered as pend- ing, providing for the dedication of the Imild- in-js of the w orld s fair w HIi appropriate cere- monies October 12 1812, and further prov iding that the exposition shall be open to visitors not later than May 1, 1WH and closo not later than October JO, 18SW He said that this post- ponement was not asked bv Chicago, but he thought that it would inuro to the benefit ot the exhibitors who were to take part m the ex- position A MOTION TO RECOMMIT THE BIIX Mr Golden, ot Now York cntictsod the financial plan of the Chicago people, and gave notice that he would, at tho piopcr time, move to recommit tho bill, with instructions to the select committee to report it back when a guarantee of 000 shall bo secured by tho citrons of Chicago, the sufhciencv and legality ot which shall be satisfactorj to said committee Mr Candlcr's amendment postponing the time f >r holding tho fair until 18'J.i, was adopt- ed without division Mr Herbert of Alibama opposed the lioldmg of the world's fair If this bill were passed, the policy w ould bosettod that when everaportion of the] country proposed to hold an inter- nitional exposition it might come to congress and count upon its indorsement On motion of Mr Carlisle an amendment was adopted providing that tho govermont buildings shall be built of sueli umteriiu as takau out and after the exposition, preference in sale Iveing giv en to Chicago or the vv orld s exposition Mesrss O Neill, of Peimsjlvama, Cnm- mmss and Spin .la, and farqnlitr, of Now elu silent prpcl iti nbistcnt to remain g inv friends of a grateful ap their good will in ing me n, IhirdU think it NBW YORK, March grand jury came into the court ol general sessions today and handed a long presentment to Judge Fitz- gerald, in which the sheriff's oihce is charac- terized as a disgrace to the city and a shame to civilization When he hauded in the present- ment, tha foreman ot the said the inquiry had failed to re-teal a sn gle ele lucnt in the management of the oilice It was a black record of lolated law, ta tly justice forced settlements, corruption and bnben It was now no longer i question ol what ought to be done to reme ly the existing ils bat what must be done once and without dela> Tlie foreman asked that copies of the presentment be scut to the goi ernor and state legislature THB SWAG Follow ing are extracts It rom th" i re cut metll d of slicniTs sales cipallv eciiMiral Ic tile inion commissions, while not tcchj ]eall> a Molation ot law, if aptr version of the p-oprr admini-tratiun of the sheriffs trust During tho thr e ir ending Tinuary 1, 1HH9 one Jirm of auctioiurs on ducted tlie Hherill s sal rcreu at llesicilritj ir other pn ptrtv kn ll ive IXMJH eclbczzled :none> ___ ____ mg Uio stolen or fraudu factor tru, t c >m p uiy uuwlt. criminal by the lawa of both coun ulwrnitmn of l riurv ir lulwrnitmn of pcrjorj C 1 ii. UliK i n aiililstLjl n_ kulmpmng It ir 1 U m i n or 1 rtaking 8 i v I y tlins mi I ship on the yaiiwl tht lurti J tin- niisttr liking o] (Ic i L 1 M-" i-1 it LJ r ittum t do bo i ill iinlilnp on tin. Iiigh se witli m s 1 r the 1111 1 r harm unst the laws of both ion o( slavery and slave il tu n is ilso to tike place f ir part a ,atii u in inj f the crimes mi ntioiiod ill tins imventioll or in tl e aft r'said tenth article .r ivulo 1 such ivrtic pitions ho punishable l.y Invsof both 01 mimes Poht cal offi uses are v] excluded from the operations ot thetnitj and it is stipulated that people ox tl iditt 1 upon ono charge sh ill not bo i eld lo LO nit fil inv other prev ions v c miiiiltto 1 ,til thcv shall lnvelial in opportunity lo letum to tbo country wbtjnce extradited TO1LI. THU.1R SfcATb. or Fnnk and Hatch, ol Missouri, ex pressed themsoh es satishcd with the bill, and iiuale 1 for fan play for Chicago and held thit there v. as nothing loft for congruss to do, but to extend to Cliicaso legimnte facil- ity for making the fair v, hat it should great national sui cess Mr Flow or, of New York hold the same MOB sis Mr BeldP" in regard to Chicago s financial scheme, and said he would vote to recommit the bill Mr Hooker, of Mississippi McAdoo, of New lerscj and Miiistir, of Missouri, who hid respeitivolj Washington Louis, oxircsscd thoir carueiit hopp ft r success 111 Chicago Mr Beldcii made his motion to recommit with instructions, but it was defeated without dwibiou THK BIIL PASSED The bill wis then 202 nays 4') The m gitive otcs were cast by mom hers who hive been from the first opposed to the holding of any world s fair After i httlo hv plav, which mvohcd a call of th Burton denounced it as an. infamous ho IIo vv as struck sev oral blow s by Springfield and Martin and all the parties were arrested______ STAB-ftO BV II01B AT PLAY. A Disastrous Prairie lire in Missouri- Ten Farmers I-ose Heavily KANSAS CITY Mo, March 25-A Times iclnta special sajs, two sons of 1 Web- ster w bile playing jestorday morning on thoir fullers farm, near this city, started a disas- trous pi line lire The -wind was blowing a Kale, an 1 the file with great rapidity arils the iioithvtfrst, and at the latest re- ports h id burned ov cr lifty quarter sections ol Ian 1 The houses barns and outhouses of ten farmers weio destroved, and a great quantity of gram and hay consumed So far as can bo learned the among live stock vios not seven Thoiiiehas now about burned itselt out, but it is feared that the high wind which still prevails maj fan vmie of tho dvmg embers into a I oss, to J.200 000 IT WAS W HII.DEX. The lieport From the Dcnd Body Found to the Tennessee. TJmviiNCiH VM, Ala March 23 The in j stcnous disappearance of B D vv htl- den af'er ton dijs, seems no iieirera solution than at the outset In fact the mjstery was r ither deepened today The bodj found in the Tcmic-iec m moVcent that no confidence whatever attaches to its acts It concludes by saving that pnblic policy, the administration of justice, and the rights of litigants demand prompt act.oii ami leglbla tiou that can eflect spoedj relief THK BASCALS IV CO! ET Bernard F Martin, I'lulip V Walsh, and Joseph Young, indicted for receiving bribes while employed m the sheriff's ofhce vv ere ar- raigned in general sessions ci urt today liieir counsel interposed a the in dietmeut charged no offcnso .that could be called a crime The cases of the accused were trausfcred to the court ol ojer and termincr, whore the demurrer will be aigued triday next _____ THE ISUAl. STORY that a crowd ol citizens ol both colors entered the jail at Mananna. this morning, took Simmons Simp- son therefrom, and riddled his body with bul- lets Simpson was many times a murderer, and escaped from the state penitentiary a few days ago On Saturday he murdered a negro in cold blood at Mariannaj and the citizens de- termined to get nd ol him____ -Went Through a Culvert. MISSOITLA, Mont, March 25 castbonnd express tram on the Northern Pacific railway was wrecked two miles east ol Heron's station this morning The engine went through a cul- vert, the eipress, mail, baggage and two emi- fra'it cars and a first-class coach went into a itch, tipped over and were completelvr burned up The express messenger was killed and four passengers were injured, how seriously is not yet known Heron is near the Idaho line. Drank from the Wrong Bottle. Ev Ind March 25 New Harmony, last evening. Professor RicMBrd Ot the Kind of Cattle Kepoblicans Put to the JTront in the Sooth. RALEIGH, N C Mareh 23 Armstrong, the negro postmaster at Rockmount, has been found short in his accounts Inspector Arnngton discovered the shortage and jeitcrday placed tie oihce 111 charge of Inspector The appointment oLArmstroiig was one ol the mai v that has been made in this state, it is openly charged by %V anamaker, not because they wanted to find favor with the negro, but to mortify and annoy the white people This particular ap- pointment was made in the face of the earnest protest of the white citizeiisof the town Thej w ould not li.av o offerwl the protest against a respectable white republican GLARIVO CASK Another republican postmaster is in trouble He is E C Ferrell, of Apex He, too, was ap- pointed despite the protest ol the best people It has been lound that he made the postoffice a resort for lewd women A few dajs ago a respectable woman, who was at the office, was insulted by Ferrell, who seized her and attempted lamilianties fahe escaped and at once made complaint and her affidavit was sent to Congressman Bunn, who will present it to 'Wanamaker and demand Ferrell's dismissal. The only defense Ferrell makes is that he thought it was another The affair has thrown Apex into a Killed bv Ga March Mr William J ono among county's best citizens, Hv ing ft ur miles south- east of Swamsboro, was killed on Saturday evening, the 22d instant, about 4 o'clock, at hta residence Mr Davis was it on a crib in, his 1 t, gabling it up aud w as standing upon a scaffold, nailing on some plank, when a bolt of lightning camo and struck 1 un on the head and rxn down his back ai d then on a post, over which he was standing tearing the post into pieces The bolt it seems tore his cl >th- ing up very badly, brotiliiiig tho skin only in one his foot tearing up his shoe. His fuuulj, taking notice ol ins absence while raining, went out to look for him and to their surprise, found him dead at the crib 111 the lot viile nits a Railroad MII.LKDGKVILI.X March [Siiecial 1 At a meeting of tlie board of trade here today, action was tak( n tow ird bringing the Atlanta, and Atlantic Air T.me through this city la pausing through Mllle fiom Eatonton ness to contribute liberally tow ard the roao. Telegrams were nut todav urging Mr Ma- chen to come litre anJ make the citizens proposition or to have them make him one. Should seeuro the road a large e of splendid territory will bethrovin open to her, vi hile her vvaj to Mlnnta aud the iiortU w ill lie direct At present it is haiku ard trav el most ot the A Stransf CLAVTOI, Ga March tellicinee has just reached here of the sudden death ot Kov W i. an influential and well known of our county foim 1 ilead in his bugKJ mill s west of Clayton, on the Hiawassre r ad It is said that a morbid thirst lor wlunky him, and he was seen to drink a quart at one time, an hour before his deilh Ho has been in attendance on our superior court during the week, and was on his way home He waft alrcodv intoxicated when he was seen to dnuK the quart draught He leaves a family to mourn bU loss He was ordinarily, of sober Alliance Agricultural STAF-VTOV, Va Marth 21 Chrisman Jacob isslnr and Mr I'nnce rep- resenting the Farmers Alliance of the L liltetl fotates have c( nctuded tf alliance agricultural at In 11 lie Al.agheiieJ couutv The works will employ oOO to BOO hands and then pnducts v ill go to every sub- alliance in the r nntrj icprescntmg four million incmhois Tlie C'MniK a Surprise. noMK, fla Mirrh O J. OFFICEHOLDER ST mineral water Professor Owen lived only about five hours and Mr Fretagot is not ex- pected to five._____________ __________Tor SHAMOKLV, Pa March 25 accordance with a recent order ol President Cortnn, of the Philadelphia and Reading Railway company, four engineers and lonr firemen were dis- charged morning lot dnnklng. They wen served with a written notice, reading. an dismlased lot drinking." toe woman stir THE ___________ Cannot Ke.p His Hands Off the Honor of Other People. Tenn March 25 John Price Brown, a mall distributor at the postoffice was arrested this morning by Deputy United States Mjarsbal E U Campbell, on the charge of stealing letters He is a bright mulatto, tvrentj-eight years old, and was em- ployed in the postomce nnder the two former administrations Postmaster Wills has lor some time been satisfied that stealing has been going OT, and several nights he has remained at the postofflce untiT 12 or 2 o'clock in his effort to discover the criminal? When searched, letters were found on Browu s person which were not addressed to him Soon afterwards he tendered a written resig- nation ot his position to Postmaster Wills A number of the mwsing letters have been ad dressed to Mantell Co the Menc.au lotu-ry firm, and at least four of them were certainly bandied by Brown Brown was in the habit ol ronnmg out often to take a drink, or to tlie basement of the building, and loose mowy orders and postal notes were found at a p ace in the taseinenMn'tor he had v.sited it How He Money. CBIOAOO, March 25 will ol the late J Young Scammon was admitted to probate today Mr Scammon left an estate worth Before tha great of 1871 wortha million dollars, What afiaf Daiisaiid II Oninm quietly marr ed it the resnl nee ot the bnde s parents, bv Itev Ur Qmllini They left on the Vtlanta tra n for a wedding lour to South Carolina, Mr Davis is a popular joung business man, of Home, and ihe bride has reew Zealand TUe uondsnvr r J Treasurer -SoUnd, el Mioeonri hav e agrwd to settle the deficit Baltimore defeawd Kichni'ma in today Betttag eteren t on the ;

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