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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 2, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH  VOLUME 29*  ALI ON, ILL., MONDAY EVENING JUNE 2. 18JK).  NO. 299  THE PRINCE AHO TNE CANUCKS. f»U tai •    tar    Imperia! r«tart>  President Harrison and Party at the Smoky City.  THE SCOTCH - IRISH CONVENTION  Dr. J. W. Enos Sanitarium  ALT    ON,ILL.  DR KNOB announces Oval he has eetahllahud in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the  TREAT'IEHTOFALL CURABLE DISEASES.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  His experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases eso be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under tbs amount supervisor! of the physician and with the aid of means riot otherwise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers it intervals of several houri or daw.  The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influence#. It la readily reached by the Second street horas can. and is near the Union Depot.  Hie building is large, and arrangement* are as perfect as is possible from I knowledge of sam tars science and the requirements of such an institution.  Electricity in all its forms; Oxygen aud Its compound «; Baths, Douches, Muumuu, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by patents, in addition to coch other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE ALARUM  For Run Baths and exercise in co id and inclement weather, etc., is provided.  Each patient la thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives hts daily personal attention.  Now Open  FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  Fir further intormatioi addrest Or. ENOS at the SANITARIA, corner of George and Third att., Alton. III.  GLOBE  Guarantees Prices.  ISG iii Alton but  GLOBE  Guarantees Goods or Money Refunded.  our* Him «* Informal IO..piton Luting sa Hour—A I *r|t AuSOn*. Pnrwal ta  (•reel I ta. Ill.it  e <ni«k#<t Patty--TW*  « (Magee** A,!.! retral tay Irairrnor I • metal!, aff Okie- fart Tim. Nwlt by th* I'r.'.ol.olinl Party tat r«*m*yt* aal*.  Pirrasrno. Ju-i* t^Tkt prraidential party, oemrfetifttt of Prraideat llsnrfcou, Hon. William W sodom, mn mary af treasury; Hon Jobs    |***t    tastier  g* n »ral; Hoi, Jet* Ku-k, rerrvtary a# agriculture wad th, prraident . private we-rrtarj. Klijali Half out. trrimt In this city from (ituUiid at T aYkxk Miuntajr ■taming. A rial amt Blit lr# of rvpr-■entative rWtrw sad df-lflta?e« It* the Bent, h (rink <-• ingress aw* th# distinguished fiartjrat I'eka rtstioa. Headed by rn •'aeon ! of fifty potioenien, Compania* G and A. Xwli mal guards of Pi im*}Iv*. la, aud a .J.-tmil from Battery B, aud the Great St e»tem hand the party was taken to j the Mxuoogafieia botte* for breakfast.  At Hie OewSetalrlsk « nxrntlun.  At *.,'ttoYIuck the Marne earuft rood acted  the h im fable ii* iUT' to Me. bam, hi hall where the Ber* hi mb roagrm* Im beld A Urge audience had already assembled mad warmly greet#.! the presidential party. Aa tefomal raesfSion, testing aa hoar. tm held. Un leaving the bal* three rousing Cham were git a In hon >r of the distill-(fubbed gentlemen At IO o'clock they were aicmu sn their way to Washington Ab mom ae th# eoofo-.un in the hall had subsided. President Hot;aer. called the conger-*# to order The regular exert-tarn were opened with prayer by Rev Dr Err KU*-* ti, president f VVrMii,io»trr college.  (kmrtor (lanplell, of Ohio, was tetnv dneed and ihdiwnd Mi addr#** on "TW Scotch-Irish of (ioi».* j -tyituc a gluing tribute to it** many ribtingnUhed < itir *n I of the part and pnwrnt Ti., governor's speech WM received with mum enthusi asm  The Fastest Trip on Record.  Presider! Hvrae and hi* party enjoyed the (11*1 in. - nm <f making'he fastest trip on mwil between Pm- Mirv and Al to-ma. on tl»e Pennsylvania railroad. The  president's train ran aa third section of day exprv** sud left littaburg st Iii a in sharp Altoona was reached at !f:X5 p rn. two hour* md twenty-five minute, •em pi* I in traversing the 117 miles int* rven-tug The Caste*! tine hat ween Pif-Mirg ami Altoona is toad# by the limi d et {tinea, The schedule time ut the taster pp quire* ji.-t nae hour mote tbsu wa* used by the president * train. <*r three biwirs and twenty-five minute*,  BURNED THE ORGAN UP.  Mow *ou»e t Int reb mew (.ut UM ut the  ** In.I matea<t of (ti* EM** It.**  Srunra Fnukos, Tex , Jane*.—Not many un nth* ago a number of the ladles of the * agregation at Bridges chapel, north a few nail*-* from Mount Pleasant,] get ta work ti* rai*.- money enough to boy an organ. How well they succeeded the organ itself was there ta testify ablaut tau •lays ago, bot however much ll improved the harmony of the song aer* ice. it left UM-unity of the • otign cation hopelessly broken. The looser vatlve party wa* small, (nit obstinate!.' set against this “in strument of the devil." List Sunday the congregation sang In th# old way, fur in th* still boars of the night some (me had carried the organ oat of the house and made a burnt offering of it. and only ashet, screw*, and win*, remained inheres are uisk htg an * fT*ont ti hoover the  perpetrator* ut the deed.  aw.iiwe*wwww**»iim..1 ■■..—ii   ii— - #  Hold daylight Rubbery.  Bt Pai l, Minn , June I—At lo an a rn ae Mr* Mary easterly was walking ca Fourth street a young man sn,ate had her hand hag containing a> Y and darted into an alley Jffi.era *m starred in nursuit. The fugitive bt* - rn tag winded teated on the bridge, fir**! on the ©Alien who re. turn*-I shots, none of which took effect The thief ran into an - Id storehouse where he wa* finally arn *t«*t The prisoner's nom - is Jam*.** Dugan and he comm bere from r}-okan# Falla The money was a1) recovered except UUU  Tutauvio, Out J tint X- The rttiaena are enthusi artic over the visit of the I hike cf t"onnaught He received half a doc** will re.we* and hi* replica hare bren «e espied as significant. His most important word* w«m in reply to an addn-* from th# Imperial Federation league "The imperial federal ion qu**m n, he said, "ti on# af th as which are coming to the frat more and more -rn,, h day  The fslnwtai vin *( * yew ta.  •It ta on# in ahi* ta I. as an K: gl.*hman aad ss a sui lier nstnrally foe! a deep ln-tartM Ton will readily understand that j 'tarp ss the affect* ti of th* aMttef cetin try is toward her colonies, it Ie impossible < that any movement ta the Mmetkm of imperial federation can come from the old land. It moat come from the colonies themselves  A»« I Hr Ila* ala Will Mw Wtllia'.  Ainee the < Winnie* make ap their minds that they wish lo her*mw part id her majesty « empire. I am sore England will not be found bach ward  4 ® ber answer ' In the <-Truing there was a parade d all the militia and regular troops ta I? f tty. Tb# prim.# ' --*u**i Qu.-eortown Prig bt awl other hist#rh pla.es tai dnlty.  TUEY Cl I HIK IRK  Serious Charges Against Several Railroad Officials.  THE ANTILOTTERY MEN CHEATED.  Y*tagmaas ACw>lls« I taw Uiterj Ferret la Kswth tiatawla side* raw taw*! awd These ftiwnkta ta (taw tartlet? tins* ag Ttarwugta While the tMtrtli »f lh* I a-tkvoewtal* Owe* Wee* Pt» Int* fsMMilas ai the tsrttwey Cvww,*..  Wonauroua, June t - 0 e J ureal punts rn sensational story ad« ting pnanl-mmt official* of the Northern Farifir rail road It charges that cm the Bight of Feb 4 the Wafts rn Union telegrnjtb wires were cwt two miles east .rf Jante-t wa. V. D . sod that iavastigwti* n prove* that the work was done by George M< Calm, chief train dispatcher, and two operator*, ami it is euppuasd at th*- in-tarice af Al J Mc-Calm. sopertntandeu? of th^ Jatuertcwa d> .talon af the !fort barn Ptaetfic mad. wha,  th*    Niagara vt- ta ta outI en th*-1 the wto tutu- lf is Bta-  j »*rc4 At that    tin*#'* great many tote-  Vat IWW. I n.»«biu„    (  tt «,« t iiiw* L     gram*, btdh for    and again*! the lot tare  WSI aepotauecm ( —Ilia. J    ^ pasaing over the wire* airt  young McCabe and hi* two arni**sat* sidetracked such as were unfavorable ta the lottery and rushed the others through arith all poss.bl* harte  wecrets kit*wa Awa;.  It ta charged    thnt they adv bawl th*  Wa*ani«T»K Cirr. June a-The ber* of the creative committa# of the national Kepabtkan eonmiUM met at fta«-ator Qnay's h lee Friday night, and talked  about party affairs until near midnight.  Nothing however, of th** transaction* of  th# meeting were given oat. tevond the  frWr,d * « »*e lottery of th# eentrnt* of fact of the selection of H C I**;, ne, of    hitended for tim anti lottery  Wisconsin, to fill the vacancy on the exec- P“N» in advance of the?deliver? to thorn ntive fommitte* i*-ca*i«med hy the death    *•*    them. are! thus put the lottery  of Col Goodk*. of Kentucky, and the  rruwt!     pimas arf im af the emu and  adoption by the committee of resolutions l* Un ’* '*  Xl * Anti l*.;;ery pc*.pi- »*f cr the (rf regret and s) tnpathy at th* death of ®W*»n#iilB uf th# lottery .-mild cotnninai-their colleague    cate    aith    each    other    tai    different    parts    of    — .....*  ..................  stale.    Lang petition* ami itatii arf  I ta# taewfwaiMllaag HUgwle.  I/ivistv, June I—Th* Timas commenting an the growing urgency of a Battlement af th* Newton ad land dispute, repeat* that the baying oat of the French i Merest* ta the most obvious solution. “F.ven all ming." it say*, -for th* iufiatad damages generally given tai internal tarnal arbitrations, oar case i» ae strong that there ta no reason to expect that we should regret the a want of any impartial authority. We hop* France will race- na in a desire i« settle, patting acide tim diplo malta idras of using the Egyptian quem lion as a lever.*  I’rowtwi t tai* HI*m Ju«rn*IM Oral  F.a#i duitvit, Midi, June    —tivorva  F I*>wta dta-i suddenly Friday moratng of hear! diseaiw He wa* *- rn st Harvard. Mi.** . June T, IWS, m>i came ta Michigan in he. sung at Mount < inn* ut*. For fifty -ear- ha has Imtu ktamtitiad arith Mu-higat. ta *v*papera IU had hewn eon is.- ted a* employ*, founder, proprietor or cd KMT c .th The Mal -ab Statesman, The I tally Up ta martial Bulletin ai Detroit. Th* F'#t Huron < oui men tai, Th* Saginaw Courier, The Bay City itady Call and other papers  MaplUt* Take the Ptrtf*  t orsi U Bit irs. la . June t-Tbe Korthwaft bcandmavtan Baptist confer etice has adopted rewolntlans denouncing the Uqnor traffic and tai suppoetera The rasolutkms were that th* Uqttftr traffii ta a curse, and coarinda  B -soiled That wa almolutaly aha!ain from th* ase of all liq nor as a beverage and support such men for office both national, state, county and city, as will j pie ig* themselves to work for taw* pro-biting the manufacture af liquor and its  Joe I rn mr ti' • Wife Dtvwreed.  Nkw Yoga. June X—Jon Emmett, the actor, arrived early Friday morning in the Brittanate, completing a trip ca Queen* town and t>tuft. without landing He left this port tare weeks ago and wk*-a th* vessel wa* near Queenstown he wa* taken .ft by rn tender wi,nu placed him on hoard the out going Mrfttannle. During his ab -*n«e Mr* Emmett sacurwd her divorce and it ta thought thai Mr Emmett's trip may have beet! ta avoid deb-(.ding her Milt and th* unpleasant notoriety connected with it.  THE GLOBE  Gas a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock  HENTCE :  You owe a Duty to Yourself to Call  (EVK* AXU AXON)  ext the  The Tariff BUI In (VnswIHm.  WasHIXuTo* ClTT, Jan# X— The Republican Mib-oom rn. I tee of the senate committee on finance met in the committer  room st IO o'clock Saturday morning, and at I ti. when a short race** was taken, had dtapoeed of the schedule* on * iiemical*, j earthenware, pottery and gla**warn. No lira nog was given. Bever*! Democratic member* of th# committee dropped in from tim# ta tittie, bat no cue elm wa* ad ) nutted ta th# commute* room.  Hr ( wa tit #11 Hr «par«d.  Waxt-IARRX Pa.. June X James  Bhangbrneeey, aged A ySara. who has been in Jai! Ainee J ann ary Last for sharing hie ! wife, wa* r#le*fs#d * few day* ago Fri day he went to hoi home and wit* refused ; admittance. He stefgmri out on the «i*ta I walk, drew * revolver end shot himself tai I the abdomen ll# will die  The I wiled Freak) lr flaw  Bt rrKt.o, N. T., June I -Th# United l*r#*bji« rlati a*M-in bl j Friday referred  the Wtacomda Heanatl law to a commit foe. The Bldr trill and the original pack-• age bdl wen- approved Princeton. Iud ,  ' ame chuted ae the next meeting {dare  tildcnrt af a Foul t'rtw**.  ! A'in WH, WI#,. Jan# X—A dog na-#«rifted a human foot lader the kid* walk in the bneinasa portion of the city sud the p -in# ar# ln'#*»ig*fii»g the matter, which ha* created int* aw- ex* it* meat, many bete ring nisnirr bee lawn committed.  ISNrth et a K» I way taan.  NKW T*oia, Jan* X- Mr John J ?*j.r ull, c-iioicrn agent of th# Hun •!% (Va-lr«l hi:ins* I la this city. died al 7 u < lock in the (mn Ming at h*s imMftdeo, *'« Wert  I    .    *    fix    lea,!    -ta—.  Huntfrrtl fey Ilia Or«n##r.  Lrnut Kora. Ark , Jane X—Q. A Mc-Millon unserf the wealth!**! and most prom i Dent mill men tai Ark eases wee  murdered in Lincoln county by John Morrill*, an overseer, who had been rapri mended for neglect of duty Before committing the deed Horrille invited th*  ' mill hand* u> attend hi* hanging He crept up behind bi* victim u, . strip of    cemetary    It was evidently a ca*#  wood* and emptied    ^    *    shot-     0 f fofantk-id#, the *#eond wtihm a fort  *    (a*    *;**!.    nlcfal l h# countv nl«ki, ,n mhimitl (0  aam** in favor of the lottery wet#, It ta  :  said. rushed through Witbofft change. while (Mn*rat* ag-inmu th# iottety were d# layed fiuperintamdofft .V •**!» trailed l«o>*#s mdUvcrim;bately ta frlrnniii ut lh# lottery bill, written on ordinary not#  I bead* with or lere ta cuoductnr* that they bs returned ta him rn hem I dun up. Th* Journal print* a lac smite of one of them. Ta* Western Union TWegraph • oui (sui; hee mad* a cen-fat lave.-1 gat iou of all of the charge*obtaining ettafartary proof of their tm th  JOHNSTOWN S CALAMITY.  (Itanitim w th* Ftrrt Anwt*er*wry el Ik# TvrriWt neri.  Johnstown J**  t  Jam* I - rilonisy was th# first oMtivenery af that terrible fi. <*) thai for th* Iunr ta s*e(g Juhaetowa almost out of extstence, and the event wa* solemnly aumn.. murmied. tkdemn high mass for th* repose af |L« aunta of th**-* whoa* Uvea want out ie th# wild rush of the waters was bald ta Ft. John**, fit Joseph's (lo-na an , Ft Mar- * wad St. UolumbkiH't chutvhas. the service* in the latter ediflie. w hich ant participated in fay nsauy prieats. from own- ta f*4nt» be tug extremely impresrira. In th* after no#u th#tv wvr# service# in honor et th# auk (town dead lo Grand View cemetery, add emu I bring delivered by Rev. D. J. Beale. D.D. peesbytrr. .a; R*». H L Chapmsu. Method let EphcjaL sud Rev. Dr. Isvhatury, Catholic, At night the mystic choir of th* Coaemaugh valley held divin# eervtcvs in honor of their departed brethren at th* Lntherma rbuirh  ft wee War la Arkwwoas.  TIX SKK (XA. Ark.. June A - Th# wh.te rittsens of Cameron have deiTared war I I api o the black* ira aune of an assault made apiin a lady by a Decree three week* ] ago Not tom have bran i«<*ted ta th* effect that fto colored man will be permitted to live ta that acetum Word reached tktarity that Hubert Weaver had been shot down in cold Mood at Cameron ha- i  cause his skin was black His * ti is |  unknown  Hoyt** l f- tis* Maker!#*.  Niwot bt rout, N Y , Jan* X~Ree*nt rumors that a syndical# of New York and Chicago capital tats. desirous of etmtroUing the whole**!# bakeries of New Englati-t ant hating purchased the pi ante of Kennedy, Brut Ai C k, and tabers, hpd (duel flub.OSO for th# plant of a well know a firm in this city are confirmed by lh* transfer (rf the plant of Juan Pearson A rkgL wholesale bakers, ta th* New York Biscuit oompaay  A Frail) mat# al Thing*.  B*M-ur»»KD, Ills , June X—The boily of a dead infant was t mad ta a coal box in the  EGR SALE.  Eight room Frame House, good Cellar, Cistern, Sink in House. Magnificent river view. Lot 50x120. For $1,250.  Splendid Building Lots on Fourth street, as follows,  60x120* $1200; 60x120* $1,000; 63x120,  with rock foundation, included* $1,350.  Magnificent River View to each lot  Thirty acre farm 2 1-2 miles southeast of Brighton, all in cultivation. Four room frame-house, Cellar, Barn, (log) Granary, Smoke-house* Well, Cistern. Will sell for less than $35 per acre.  Money to Eioan,  Mi, I fie! street.  ARU AC CNOWLEDGED THE  Simples', Most Las ing and Economcal.  UK MAINS  Unchang d through Years  Pleas* don't Im* guiled Into Irving experimental stove*.  Oxer HOO now In uwe In our  elty.  PITTS 4 HAMILL.  315 Belle st.  HOWELL  I IKALEK IN  CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, &c.  OIL  Our Prices  WILL BK FOUND  LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles-  Hixn in any other bouse lo Alton.    In    conteqtience    of    th*  Ti KEAT EXTENT of our SALK"    we    are enabled    lo    do  Busine** oa a VERY I LOSE M AID .IN and ii U gillied fact that we handle bv for  a rec*  night Th* county physicisa refused perform sn *ut«>p»> »<#caue* th* super rimer* would not pay bins for • he teat our and th* coroner, nut being ald* ta tell whet her live tnt im had lived in this world, •  1  coaid turf hold SII I liq ur»«  H wa Owe* a WDM. Haws# (folia.  fftHitlhA, Md , June X—Mrs. Fount*  Jennings Mcl’ber*-a. widow of Col John McPherson, died Friday night, agad year* -h# woe born th# night aa which (MU \V (Shingle*, dlad During th* ad    A    Frfoltetlon h> Hlggtws.  rn inist ration of prvwi font John Quincy UTT aw a, ObL. Jane *-~f»rafe*aar Wig-Adam*, Mrs Mc lakers, u was one of the ' belies of the Whitehouse  nitre* Mom** trwaalrt.  Fax Fm.vx< tat <*. Joar i -A whole ■quai* of frame building* to the section known se “But* uertown, in south finn Francisco, wa* destr -yed bf tim, which started in Horn ft I'bepmsn • ria botfoe. early tai the morning horwes were burned to death. Ti eeiiinwte.; At Us) •»«  • Ugh tai  Flite, i  gins say* that Italy may be shaken to its very center by earthquakes the present summer The earthquake in Amenia i km- dave ago wa* censed bj the iahw fore* that shook up Q .ran t harlot ta talanri The pl met* were aeariy the same position in Im*, when I'-nojrii ss over's Hr!turd by ashes sad lava from Ycourt us.  LAUGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS  THAN ANY OlTiKB HOI SE IN THE CITY..  MU SUITS.  rh* Ida* ta  ArvssrteJ Jest in Time.  Pam*, June I—The Kstefetle any* af the Nihilist* recently arr Wed in this city while picrfting aga mal the cxor. that when taken Into custody they mn ahaat to it Non* lamia was Booth Twier, a *•*** *  , ‘ UAa  1  ttt ’ ripl«i*ra , u  th* Pvu* law of Gen Booth, th# levier of ***“    l-tafettwe    aBo says  Meeth-Target ta Aasertess  New Tun, Jam- X—Amoag th*    pea-  •ruger* who reached this city by    th*  •foamer ‘  m-n ti* ____ ... w __...    _    ^    _  th. Sui val isis of th* world Ile aul*-    * h ** the srrmts wen in.U on mf ,rms  a Weeks and many meet  He woe lawn TI  GLOBE.  hildebrantd  In. vt toe You All,  TweiitJ thirl Street sr* »«•• I -» March.  Kit rata H'lkii ta Fight..  (funtaou, Ibm s -slake Ktindn ho* srT'Ksi here s«*l i- sotionsta oiske an matali. Hr asjre he wiil tu*ei Bd Smith or Mt Auhif# bat    prefer    ta  hi- • another chance r.t f irbrtt  ‘h*i I tucks I* I lurks  IrfiXtMif, June a • Th#* famous Umii Quingr c I hriooftag ta Earl Fitswill-istn boa tra it purt-bitMtri by Baron Both* Child tut Cfi*,UUU  main in A-i. ru % s»MUt thw la that time will addr#** ae lags es pi -foible  (ta# Way ta Make Mss*).  New Toot Jam X One trustee of th* • a i*r tract (a aalii.mal* 4 , who sold uni AV IR*' *harH .rf sugar trust stock stew tai. when everybody wanted to hay, blight th* earn* stuck bach under ta Thursday when rrarybudy wanted ta sell  Th* ftwMWlag fteewed Brokaw  NKW Yoke. June i Al th* New jersey  A'hletic (lab ground* \Y,’Jie fHy r*. t  ti.-## mil*-* in it iM.mics -t* **•«...ids, tm .tk-h 4 -iii* rn.-rd of ii minutes fi second* tor < h«t (ii*! ake #, which VeeoCtl I on im Dei *1*0 h< kl  Pour Feet mi Hail.  Hkvi- Bsc'x. Mina J urn I--A terrific h ill storm occurred ta th* Red River valley si 6 p. at I ne tutti tea four feet d #p in plscws end the tress ara si ripped of fidiag*. « -aiekd*rald* damage wes d<«« to crops wad windows  tkm had from th* Ross, in police offiriai*.  All Rswsis Fat st Best.  Nkw York, Jan* X—At th# meeting of dwtagatas of th* eight clubs of the I layers' Bas# Bail tanto* *t *•»* vufod ta sdbera ta the arrsngetn-• I af gam** peri#, tad in ' March, and In doing thw tm league af ttotaaUy put* at nst all report* and rumor* af a <ooir»ry nature  ala* Fe!sawers ftrswk Jail.  Frxixortxui. Mo , J in* I-Nim prt4 oners mode good their escape from the  count v lait, Ma«u«i th* number being Scrit, Offset ami P. rf), the Doable* (uui tv burglar- Ti# prisoner* tfiugli* the jell, r w i em he • .at ♦ » ford them “ri locked him in a aril  A liwswrtaw* (iOBS’-rtiag Hee** ftataesL  Cb: xflci, J UBC ■' -Hankins a->turiou* (amtling bouw, ob Clark atreet, wa* .*aitird at 7 a*«la k .■viturday m.iroiag, hrokcii into, and nearly two tans of garni# Log implements, turu.! un *tc , earned away wad destroyed.  I am qow recti ring a lar^e nod varil J eto« k of Clotht, in nil the prevailing ah odea, fur Spring Saits, which I am prepared ha make up in ti*  Most Fashionable „  Stvles,  GUARANTEEING  A Perfect Fit.  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfaction.  H.C.G. Moritz. 112 Third st.  iii J i  J I: i ? S  fit!!   

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