Alton Daily Telegraph, October 9, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 9, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 30.ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 9, 1890. NO. 107 OH KAT TCI n> i Limit JJYP! ne MXT KU LUOim Six Mills of the Dupont Pow* der Works in Ruins. MANY BLOWN INTO FRAGMENTS. The Ever POPULAR 10c SSP* We have had manufactured for oar Special Trade (by one of the leading Paper Mill# in the East) a complete Line of the LATEST and BEST STYLES. PAPERTIES. (ROX PA PKH.) Mf* These Matchless Goods are now under way, and will reach us iii about IO days. MrWe hare cut deco Into tbs price* of our present stock, and ofTor you same at YOUR OWN PRICE. •Remember all our goods are open to your inspection, and you will find each and every article distinctly marked in Main Figures. DEMMT’S (J UKAT Sheet Music. (CifAS. J, DEGENHART, Sole Agent.) CHOICE SELECTIONS SARKruttv MtittMiKnro Br.ainsEr AMI urn THE CHE or TEACH7 ERS or THE PIANO AND ORGAN. C hopstick Walls, by........... ny Away Galop, by........... Gertrude Dream Walls, by .. Impatience (Banjo Galop),by In Ha*Sunshine,by ......... Jack rrost's March, by....... Moment Musical, by .......... Playful Ronda, by .........  > ttusslan Grand March, by  ..... star of affection Masurka.by flenser of Hoses Galop, by..,., uh« Waits, by.,,.. Wreath Waits, by.......... Ac., Ac., Ac., A< ice I.u111 Wallis, Beethoven. .Streabbog . .... (singe. . . . Knight Schubert Greene, i of Francis. Hartmann, atren bito* ...... oles* Ac. THE LATEST. The Supping Stone, by Sid ley Rosenfeldt. VOCAL AXD IX STRC JR EWT AL) loc a Copy. OUR SPECIAL TERMS: lOc Per Copy-250 for 3 Copies, 50c for 7 Copies-$1.00 for 15 Copies. Catalogue FUKS on Application, or Mailed FBMS to any Addles*. Chas. J. Degenhart, ALTON, Third and Pitta at. Alton, lilt Relieve a Cough get Throat Syrup, or Syrup Tar and Cherry, or White Pine Syrup, or Any Medecine You Need, at MARSH’S DRUG STORE Fall Styles. Latent Novelties in SCARFS, TIES, WOOL MHI nit KSS MUKTS, BLACK UNDERWEAR and DAIS, STITH Made to Order at Iteaaouable Trice*. aud Batta!action Guarruntecd, at IV rf ret Fit BRUEGGEMAN BRO’s. Artistic Tailors anil Furnfaheta- Ar* l»mm*ciy poplar Iwhm> tfc*f •re strictly flrct-elas*. folly warrant' ii. aud •till only medium in price. Ar* the beet in the world, a^hajtM all other* for year#* Oyer I MO,(IOO In ■se. The people are booud to haye the bet, and nill nave Hone hat the La toy. Oar price* tiro the lowest 8*d I*-* nm either HOM payawtita or awk, an csu-torncr* prefer. ( All and see us, or *end for dialogue * aud fall informaUon. ESTEY & CAMP, 233 State Street, Chicago. jNr*St- Louis House, DIO Se 918 Olive St. llsouoa (Ut P»p« Hlitrrn    B.II.TMI    to    Baya Hon Killed, a Score or mar* Injured, mad I>r VMO ai Ion apr rail Deer Acre*- Toro Hamlets ll. ut,ti ailed by the Shock— Only Two Bottles Recovered- Met at the Head end Injured—Pensions for the J W blows. WILM I NOTO*, Del , Oct. 9. —;(hi#of the na'ut disastrous casual tie* that eyer OO* curred in De’awsrw took place about half* pant I o'clock Tuesday afternoon, when s x ut the Dupont powder mills were blown up At least sixteen person* were killed, many other* Injured, and an loce-11 rn a hie amount of damage wait done to property for many miles around. Tho Dupout powder mills extend along the brandywine chiefly on the wee! bank sud close to the water for about two ' mi lea. They are divided into the “upper," "Hanley," and “lower" yards The former b some three mile* and the latter , five mills from Wilmington. At the “upper" was the office and business headquarters of the company. A'S Mills and the Office la Koloa. Til* ofiloe of the Dupont com pat# Ie a complete wreck and six mills are in ruins Several members of the Dupont firm were injured by falling walls and broken glass, but none of them seriously. Among the slightly injured are: Eugene Dupont, the ho 4 of the Arm Francis Q. Dupont, and Cnnrlt-s I. Dupont. They and several o elks in the office were cut by fragments broken gloss, but nooe of them serf* 0 iidy. The dead were all employee of t e company and were lo and about the mills that exploded Reveral workmen ere mi-eing, aud an believed to have been blown Into fragments. The wounded race yod their in Juries s mong the walls of th* lr falling bouses ann by broken glass and flying debt!*. The first explosion oc-c mad in one of the peeking mills, where a workman named Green was receiving a eau of hexagonal powder to be chipped for he us* of the Untied State# government In some way a -park communicated to th eau and it b.ew up. Instantly tbs pa king mill explodtd and the other mills in the upper yards—seven or eight la Dam-IK*r—followed at intervals of less than one .*< <>nd    All these, except one. were "roll ing mill-,” in which the ingredients of gun powder are pulverised by vertical rd leis of alme turning slowly around a center po*t. Two Hamlets Suffer boa tbs ahush. The entire upper Dupont yards, where the explosion occurred, and for some distance all around, including the hamlet* of ibckland aud Charles Hanks, had the appearance of having experienced a terrible earth quake. Every building was either .leuiohshed or twisted toto an uo-recogmx tide pile of debris AU the employes were Instantly killed, moat of their bodice being torn to atoms, so that source!y enough of any one of them cen be wen recovered so that they mar be recognised A woman and ber child living near by were also killed. Daly Two of the Bodies Found. A singular fart of the occurrence is that IIM bodle- of Qr*ea and McGarvsy, who are bel evrd to have started the explosion, were the only one* of the workmen found. Not even a portion of the remains of th* other unfortunate beings has ss yet lawn discovered, although It Is reported that the body of one of the workmen is I i iged In a high tree in an adjoining w -als MeGarvay's head wa* bown away, but the remains of Green are entire y rvcognixable and lo a food erudition. Greer, was a vocalist of some lo a1 repute sud was on# of the most valued workmen of the firm. Th* Killed sad Injured. Fall owing ta a list of the kIliad as far as learned John Distr, Patrick Doagberty, Juba D ughorty. Hose Dougherty sad h r infant grand daughter; Met tin Dolan, J ti mrs IL dan. Wk Lam Dean!*©*, Wil.lam Qiwn, John iliirlaae, M.choel Umiak*. Thomas llurlake, Juba lisrrigan. Patrick Hairigan, Vt diam MUiarvsy, John Sew-elk Among those more seriously injured are; Lydia Anderson, arui broken and badly bruised; Edward Collis*.n, serious scalp wound; Anuie aud Mary Dolan, daughters of James Dolan, who wa* killed, .badly bruised; Hugh Ferry, unconscious when found. Injuns* unknown; Daniel Markle*. EL ti Kirk, body bruised: A. D Le Cat* E(surer, wrist wrenched; William Logan, eat! injured, will probably die; John McDowell, b -a<t burt; Mrs William Mc Dowell, ear cut of! aud head cut, aud bar 9 year old daughter injured, J W. Mack-tern. head bruised; J unes Ward, leg broken aud burt Internally; James Wood, leg badly lacerated; Mary Wood, leg 1 broken, probably fatally bart; Andrew God trey, lacerated arm and hip; Frank Hollis, heal cut; diaries Godfrey, arm Out; John McCaffrey, head cut; Tho in sa Dong! arty, injured ta head, will die. Among the wa* seriously injured are; Eugene Dupont, member of th* Arm; Frau*, ta G. Du pout, and Charles L Du i punt, rn Lest Her llu.bsnd sad T we Br ethers. The saddest spectacle amid the wreck was the walling of Mrs John Harrlgan. Not only did hor bus I Mud become a victim to the awful affahr. but ber two brothers (John and Thomas Hurley) were else killed, snd there Is no probability of any of th# bodies ever being found. Th* I poor women was on the verge of Insanity, and it was with difficulty that sh* aas J partially pacified by her friends Her case. boat v*r, wa* july one of many, and th* wives sihI wear relatives of some of the va-ttms were not told of tbs fats of I their dear ones until every effort to Aud tbsr.i ann ng the injured had been ta ade. Then clerg) luau broke th# and news to th* < filiated, aud anears that eon be batler I ut ag mw I then described vusud. sTha wrecked house* were tamed Into hospital# sad secret of physicians, who bad hurried from Wtim ag too aud other near by po*Bt*, attend* I to th* Injured Af recked lice Depoe! He*Id•»«*■ The bu hl bg- in which the explosions took plow acre dialect from each other about teen y five yenta The reyl jaoo* Of Bra lioniy Dupont, wnlo* a. %••# tat* Gen Dupont, and Eugene Dupont (tbs latter th»* head of th* di n) were wrecked with the tJ*t of the thirty odd d*tilings in the immediate vicinity, bt I lh# ocOU-pstits of lh« mansion- ut I list receive auy serious injuries O' cit qtt us la addition to the maovfMCtur a ..rh exploded, the “dual-will,* sd* t 1 la removed from the powder, -o    <l    wa* ottilt) destroyed. Its deduction had no material bearing on the disaster. In all about I aft acres or more ar* thoroughly devastated. Will Tension th* W idows. Th* Jessup At Moor*'* company’s paper mills at Rockford, two in tea north of where th# explosion occurred, were violently shnken by tbs coact-Mott and glasses In the windows were I'H-ken. At Mount Cuba, five miles distal tbs plaster was shnken from a fom-r's bouse, The company will, aa usual, g.v# the widows mod* by the explosion lift per month each for Ave year*. 'MIXT. DI!) POMRMI flJlV.Hl ULI; HAU 11 ll Lf UU. Galesburg Gives the President a Royal Welcome. HE REVIEWS HIS OLD BRIGADE. A SAD SCENE. Appalling Desolation Visible th* Moraine After the terrible laterally. A brig ti warm sui Us a clear sky looked down on a sad scene of desolation at the Kl ut borean yard of th* Dupont powder works Wednesday morning. Th* full extent of the appalling wreck c old be hest seen from the blackened hill toward the Brandy win* where the rains of the maga-xine, powder mills, and yawning hoi** In the ground showed where the wooden mills bad stood, snd heap* of shattered stone and masonry ind rated th* sit* of th# stone mills. The other buildings showed the effect# of Ueetruotian In shattered walla and fallen roofs. Tit* little village cm the hidable win-re the operative* lived was deserted. Friends in the surrounding villages of Squirrel Kau and RMnff Run sheltered th* unfortunates whose homes had been destroyed. Armed Guards aa Duty. A cordon of armed guards surrounded th* works all night and guards ara about th* powder yards permitting no one to enter. Powder in ktq;*, canc and canisters which did not explode, hut which were blown all about the works are being gathered up by th«* men and stored in the magaxine still intact. Crowds of people are visiting th* mvnr from thle eity The boiy of Patrick Dougherty was found in the mill r*c# Wednesday morning badly mangled. This is the third body found About seventy five pounds of human flt-sh ta all that has been gathered up of ulna other men. It Is now believed that the dis is ter was aa used by Green, the solderer, who ta.ie using a soldering Iron in fastening tin covers tun cans of pow-re-. It is opined that the soldering iron b -ca ae too hot and th*’ it A -d ilrt-e i’s re i mains were found Ju-t outside oft baru in- of the magaxine in winch the Ural ex pio- iou occur re I, and was not burn* I or I mangled ffiHA FOUR BOILERS EXPLODE. I Mn* Persons Injured. Two Fatally, Ie a Michigan Maw mill. Mi SE tux iff, Mich, Oct. 9.—A terrible explosion occurred at the Ducey Lumber company's lower sawmill, on side, at 9 o'clock Wednesday M Tul tg aa \ the fireman, William Verger, wa* getting up steam to start lite engines. Four of. the six boilers exploded with tremendous Ruer, arn king . .us-rid rd of the I wilding j comp.rely aud throwing tbs other two j boilers from their foundation* Nine men • ere Injnred. Y«*rg#r. the Ar.man, was cane hi uud» r th* timbers an t escaping stiam scalded him terribly. He will Ala The Mayor of lbs Lily Warmly Welcomes the Distinguished Visiter ta the City la a abort Speech and Gen. Harrison Mthss a Neat Despot.**- Msewvted frssi Peoria ta Galesburg by Grand Army af th* Rsssbiii Paata GALI-ant no, III., Oc.. Dr**ideal Harrison reached I*eorta at ll:#.* Tuesday night and was welcomed by Mayor Clark aud the members of the city c Hindi, who escorted the part) to their hirl. There were no speeches ow ing to the lateness of the hour. President Harrison artist early Wgdnea* daj morning, but he was not early enough lo *-«. <|a- th* thousands of cager Peortans who bad aaa*uibled around his hotel struggling for * view of the distinguished visitor. Th* pres! lent wa* deaf to all entreat), however, that be remain longer In that city, and stoutly rn tin tamed his intention of devoting Ute emir* day to his soldier friend* at Galea'mrg. He agreed only to add rem bro fly th# immense crowd that had a*-*-rnbled at the depot to witness bis departure. Mill Off with a Serenada. At 7 o’clock tho band mu ended the president, and a few unum » later the mayor and city council, an-im pan led by the Grand Army ut toe Republic posts and u company of the Illinois National Guaid, appealed to escort the party to the ti ain. The mart Ii wa- a triumphal one aud all i'eoria turned out to do homage to the chief executive, At the depot over t,(W people were w#miil«l aud th* president addressed ureal la a short speech. Al the conclusion of bis remarks the train puhsd oat for Galesburg, i he engine being in charge of an JU cogito #r who had G-en a metnlwr of Harrison’* hi igade. On invitation of the latter, the pre I lent and S, cret ary Traaey mount ml the -ng.ne and roil* ta tire cab for several ml tea Tire party readied this city ai 11 last evening and ret ire. I tor the night shortly thsrs aftsr. Aa KsduniiDto IU, spit cm, The rec im-.ii al Galesburg was marked bf th# greatest va nu-' .sm. A tremendous crowd gathered at th* depot mid cheered as th* ti ain pilled in. Tbs streets and eouverging et (be depot Were th rouge. I with people. A ga od stand had bee i erected, ll was suriounded by the crowd, and was I* decked with flag* ( "    i    On    th* top of each of tire |-ul*r* witch Lf (J A La The Famous Gillespie Soft COAL delivered at five minutes notice iii any of the city. Burns to a Clear Gray Ash, no Clinkers or Cinders. Beal Soft Coal In the West. HARD COAL Iii all sizes, Delivered at Lowest Market Prices. Quality Unsurpassed, DUY NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE. Dorsey &; Mann 3X0 Belle street. 'I’KI.KlMIONli:    Hd    ANI)    ai. THE OMAHA. KOR Br HNI NO COAL, COKE OR WOOD. th*1 supported the aren over th »Uud a young telly -loud imparsouaii ig the Goddess of Liberty. L'pou the \are arch beneath which the peered*nj »u> nj arr* the word* ’’VV* Welcome (Jar P*f*tdeut." Tbs Trostitsnt Ii vrews lh* Fared* Shortly after Ii o’clock tht-rs p uwed In review of the pre Id* nt Ll ipu it of th* si aud tire veteran* of tho I wetureth array vorpa, 9.&UJ school < id Id mu of neutral Illinois. aud thou-and* of antaeus, naturel Hawaii!* Is also ! Among the dict mg ore st people on the Th* bree I* estimated at maud wrrs Adjt. tim Vance, of 111)nolo. A young man fatally Injured. IU,ULU, bo tuauram-e. I'os* I u,l sd Mel ta K CINCINNATI. Ohio, (Jct. It.—A sensation was causal at Tuesday morning's sere,ton of the board of public Improvements, the board which the legislature will be asked to abodah J. D. Edison, lh* Republican member. In opeu session denier J be would at once tender bi* re* go altun bi th* board if the other four members Would do the MOM ©surge J). Keller, rn Democrat!* Bn-m>H-r, doe*art>1 he would follow suit Than K W Doc hem. one of Ute “wig Hire** whom the governor L lighting weakened, a id am I a* would els J. Krestnedn and Mouigourery, his as social vs, however, refused to step out, and so the matter ended, after Mar lively tab Tn* three mem her* would not go oui without the other two. There is a movement on foot now among a large auntlier of representative c.t ee is to go before (h* legislature next session aud ask for a new charter for Cinel nu iii un th* grounds that there Is too much political rottenness as matters exist. Casal af Farts a! tbs Capital. wTsliIMOTO*, Cliv, (Jct 9.—The count of Part* arrived here et f o'clock yesterday afternoon. Ho was met at th* station by Gene. Schofield. Howard aud hut tat A- id and escorted to the botel. Geo, gen--livid gave a dinner at night al the Metropolitan club to the oouut aud his friends, bedels rte* Nubia and Husk and a number of military and naval officers were pre-ant In view of the relations between tbs eouat and his ualtv# country j It Is considered fortunate that 'bs president hi at*aeut, aa the awkwardness of the situation ta tim* diplomatically avoided. The Tenable et ll a sa os Ayre*. Bi XKO* Av goo, Oui. 9.—This city was thrown int* a panic Monday bight by rn mors of * new revolution were called out and detachments of cavalry patrolled the stretto. The polios Ware armed aud held In readloes* to meet any emergen cy, and re enforcements of artillery came to the city yesterday mom tug and the naval fleet was g >'teu ready to co operate with the land forces in ^ as* of ne y. Many deputies aud actuators <t th* night at th* president’* Bl who appeared ae th* per* • tai re prs atule live of Governor Fifer, ttuabie to leave his official duties, {Secretary u. Mm Pierson. Mayor fitevrn*. Hon. John h Kunueln of Chicago, Congree-(ann Dost and Henderson. Hon. Georgv W, I' u,ce. li«*u Arthur A. Budth, Gen. Mil**, I' died Mate* artily. Gen. Duet in, department o*.n mender Grand Army of th* Republic Al tbs conclusion of tire parade the president was dr-van to a eland in tbs lour! house »quart, where s chorus of children ures-ed in gown* of ruuftin of red, white sud bins welcomed the pi . Bident singing “tolambie, the Gem of the Ocean." The programme opened w ith music by the Fourth Regiment bun*. Be*- John Hood wa* lo (reduced. He invoked toe Divine bless- tote Tbs Mayer's MI steams. After eiugtng by a mate quartette, Mayor Hie veil* was Int Md tined to deliver the address of welcome, in his njwech, Mayor bt*veda expressed regret that th* secretory of agr.i alture Was silt pr* s« ot, bot foe th* honor of th* prearms of th* distinguished guest* gathered on th* platform, be said th* College city ow ad its warmest ttianhs to th* president lls wa loomed the president lo tbs name af th* collages Knox and Lombard, th*sours of churches, tbs poop**, “th* plain p»opls of Li nee In” the negro dulse os, th* etnas us of foreigh birth and the great body of railroad trainmen. Ksspowse bv Gee. Harrison. Th* president responded briefly to tho auld re** of welcome, t bsh king the dlla-os of Galesburg aud Illinois for tksir cordial greeting, and ackuowiedging gracefully lite homage of the oui leg* s intents and to* Fbi Dei ta Theta society To th* old veterans bere aea-tnbted he extended the greeting of comradeship. (Cheers J Th* presence of so many of th* former members of hi* old brigade and army corps . was a pleasure to him, but the ei>«eac# Of In* troop* j nr he had answered their last muster roll. gone 10 their la*l boma, mingled sadness with thai pleasure lls b iped these animal is ti uio->• would continue for many years and that his comrades bere es*-in ole J woald -urviv* fur laauy year* to attend ti-em (Cheers J Th* president w*« (oilowed by Secretary 'Iracy, who male a brief speech, confining bis remark* chiefly lu th* silver que ion in Its re -tiioa to tbs agricultural problem. G-o. t«r.«svenue, of Ohio, an I oi hers followed Mr. Tracy. At the tom lust-rn of tim spew. h-iuoh ug c Oulu ip U Mas termed add th* president proceeded to Knox Milage, aero-# lh* siren, I* here th* corner stoa* of the new ball wa* laid. The |assident has dstsrmln^l lo Isare —TIIK OMA PKO ECT- Combined Coal and Wood Cooking Stove Made. IT kl v- ETEKT MOMEN I vt Fit VI Ut NT. And for t«*nuty of nmsh, amoothaoes ■rf (’witter Fsrfscttonof Opera don, Miuplietiy tuid HuraiUUty, this Kiegaat ttove Steads Prs suit newt __  .    _    —    -    -    n    _ Hole PITTS &. HAi-lIXX, -A-    JE ■ Agents; 'WHERE ? W w iiMisi lid iii I MM    111..........  m -At- E. L. BORCKMAHFS, SNP SEIS. MT- LA 1’EbT l’A URICH -IM CLOTHS, WORCESTERS ANO CASSISES. Which I will make up In the very t,VI»T    UN    FTT    LE* mo* employed. I defy all would bt* lorn petition. Non* tint Mood Morn ceiSdiy ITS NO SECRET. That our STOCK Ut th* MOST We can show yon Something New i COMPLETE aver oroaght to Alto®. ta often na you call lug rest Hlphi borts et Geisha. Omaha, ° t-. K—Diphtheria, of which there have biwa oucaaioaai casas for th<r pas* three rn n tis, baa been (Hi th* Increase laisly, and is sproadiag hi the northern and northwestern part* of th* . „r , IV„M, FnTr .,T.w„T_rT ,.r city so a* to Otcsftion con afd Sfabi*    ( #l#ur- M ss the brig «<te bsoq id (*litAt*| ORI Of *    ft.    at    aa.!    as    wbsa#*    Fast    la    ff    v    tffflffirtl    hffifft alarm, in th* VV’aluut HUI ato si enrollment of A* pa, lls. there Is, now an attend* ie* of only I9U Astylar doureast! ti.vs taken place ta other schools | in that pod of lh# Cliv. Felt** Felted with ti**** Bx ULI n, (Jct 9—Th* poltca of N prut tau, la PrtfffteB re tesla, having al ism pled lo break up a (Lki alist mewl I ag they were' set u(*on by th# pffOpK whoap*-lt#d tb-m arith mare It aas neceaoary lo lufok» tbs aid of suidisry to rector • ordar. Eight of the leaders of th* meet tug were ar nailed.    _________ ________ iAsdlliaw si Holland's King. A kl et kkpam. (Jct*-Th# con ut Iou of thw Mu g of Holland remains unchanged. I The stieudaut pbyalciaa* are about ta Is over. Private (te< rotary Halford baa telegraphed ta# lo* a1 co mint Use at bur ling.<>u 'hat toe president wilt arrive there at a out lo u'vluck au l wilt rciaa-u ihers for atftiut aa buiir, This Is aa addition lo lh* pi o*ram ma Gsn. Ktosb at Msassars, lite Mona *CX» Hi*.. Oct. f.-~ I ill note day at the hay paloo* brought a crowd of how ptop « t * hear (Jeu. John C. black iu a not) political speech upon “Illinois—Her Jchieveii * i s in War sod in Pane* '* Th* addu-*s .out i nod a large amount of stat* kiatoiy and personal re mi dscaoeea •ssdy to Wark al I ba Uld Kale si Wage*. l>»Mr 'V (Jet 9.-A wlief prevstl* that th* Striking fur oat# men will return to work ou rive rn .ster’c terms, sud many of OARPESTSt Tapestry,    Body BrunneIs, Ingrain,    Art Squares, Bag or Hemp. INT CURTAINS* Dado or Plain, Lace or Portier. HST R.UG-SI Fur .Coquette, Smyrna & Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. Lmdiaa Uke to sea th# Newest and Finest In Hones Decoration*. The Kaalest way to aes them la to Call frequently at our eeUbUahmenl, whether you wish to buy or not. A. J. HOWELL.__ FALL SUITS. I AM MOW HK A ll Y ll) Ft MX tail EV EET MAM II ALTOM WITH A    * SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES, Made FP*m clotk# rxucoTED kafeitaij.y Ftang. FA3-.L WEAR. CIT IX THE MOST ort LUM! MANNEH. WitD Perfect Fit, -o- AND -9- Ftguroa that will Please AIL C. Ct. Moritz. At XT Xx. ;

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