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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - May 18, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                HUTCHINSON It will Pay Yon to Your Business In Advertise The DAILY SUNDAY MAY lA HIGH OLD emcmium In the House of ly Uproar That Would Sot Rc fuelled by the Speak ers mt Introduced From Complnill of IltWbdrg Reflecting Chnraeter nf Wilson and a Veritable PI re Bmml uura Censured fertile Use of Vn Umentary Wnnh May A conference jidered on the senate antitrust bill louse then went iuto committee Grosvenorin tlie on irlff i rtgraph 407 of the bill was on ruo McKinloy amended so as to BB follows ecreen bed art squares and other tons of citrpata or carpeting made lly or in pnrt of wool not otherwise Ideri for in this nctshall bo subjected a rat of duty herein imposed on ftingf of like character or descrip J5c 9o 9c oh4 psriqaph imposing a duty of 50 al valorem on of socially provided was oil motion of 10 that all such of woi1 or the hair of the goat unimals is a component e clxbsed ae manufactures of lotion of McKinley an amend as adopted imposing a duty of 50 nt ad valorem on bone and horn and a duty of 4 conta per line on measure of onefortieth of one ir gross on pearl and shell buttons ictured or partly Outhwaite ottered an amendment drawback providing i rebate shall not be paid on tin the transportation of petroleum Outhwaitea amendment was re to Anderson of Henrier Dun d Kcrr voted in the drawback section on motion BO as to read owe Section That where itn materials oa which duty hive aid are used in the manufacture of s manufactured in the United there shall be allowed on the ex on of such articles a drawback n amount to the duties paid on the less I per of such that when the i exported ats made in part from tic the imported mater the parta of the articles made materials shall so appear in eted and that the quan thereof may be aacer jMfnd provided that the jt on any article allowed under ling law snail be continued herein That the ifttd material used in the manufac Ifartlles entitled to drawback of 9 pjS duties when shall in all rhere drawback of duties paid on ittterlsl used and the amount of paid thereon shall be nscer linen against the rule of the Loud Democratic cheers and cries for The chair was of the opinion that it was a question of personal privilege and overruled the point of MoKialtiy thought that it was in the interest of lair play to allow the gen tleman from Indiana to no matter what the rules might After half an hour of nptoar Barn urn BCCU oil lloor amid comparative quiet ubU enid that Campbells affidavit was t5 tho effect that Wilson and he had Bilil that a month was enough for glass In his district where ho was known the affidavit had nut been circulate but it had been circulated in Wilsons Bo had telegraphed to the West Virginia papers denouncing Campbell as a liar and Since the gentleman from Pennsylvania constituted himself the sewer through which the attack of Camp bell made its way into the Uheadle of made the point of order that tho language was out of The chair thought that the word aewer in this connection was hsruly withdraw and say Since the gentleman from Pennsylvania ia the conduit through which the statement uf Campbell found its way iuto the llecnrd since the chair has said that the way a citizen who may feel aggrieved can gee iuto me Record IB ny tho endorsement at member o the 1 have simply to say ihit i did the other day knowing full well the meaning of the and that 1 was responsible for denounce Campbell us a liar and a I want to any now and am williug to believe that I have as great a confidence in the character of Campbell as I have in the character of lliy man who makes this attack upon Excite ment and Cutcheon demanded that the words be taken down while Morgan of Mis sissippi stood iu front of the chairmans desk and urged that both the letter and the splech be stricken from the He feared thatihey might lead to trouble outside of the him The offensive words were taken down and reported from the clerks Jutcheoa moved that the commit tee rise and report the words to the house for ltd This wap agreed to and as Bsyne roue to vote for the motion he WHS greeted The of fact such of the man articleB in cries of Baynel Baynef from the Democratic The words having been reported to the Breckinrldge of made the point of order that there was nothing in the report of the committee to show that there had been no interven ing business before their utterance and the report to the The speaker overruled the point ot on the ground that he must be governed by tne report made to him by thechalrman of the committee and that he must assume that the committee acted according to Breckinri dge appealed from the O n motion of BtruUe of the appeal was laid on the nays Biggs of asked that the recapitulation of names bo dispensed but Breckinridge suggesting that the members of the house should cave time to cool Cutcheon then iffeied ino follow num had characterized the action of the speaker as it deserved to be charhoter and it was for that the gentleman from Michigan was made the public prosecutor in the name of the honor and dignity of tne Democratic ap plause and Uepublican McKinley asked what was the question preonted Was the language wbich had besn read in violation of the rules of the bouse und the decorum of parliamentary debate That was the only question upon which members were to not as but as Did aoy one doubt that the words were unparliamentary and in violation of the rules of the bouse Borne gentlemen said that the words were No words wern justified in violation of the rules of the baily and the decorum ot parliamen tary Republican Language might be might be provocation for the use of un parliamentary language in the heat of debate member in dulged in but that was no Arter a number of more speeches Hpringer demanded a division on the res olution and the first resolution declaring that Bynum merited censure of the wns 126 nays The isecond resolution providing for the preeeno3 of Bynum before the bar ot the house was also nays McKenna of OaKforna voting in the Then Bynum leaning on tho of of appeared at the accompanied by all his Demo crat acbociates who could find room in the limited space and who were loud in their The speaker obtained order and requested the gentlemen to take their acting spokesman for his party declined to do Sergeant at arms Holmes then by resolution ot the house of representa you are required to appear before the bar of the house to receive the cen sure of that body through its The speaker again requested the mem bers to take their and the Demo crats again refused to The speaker then calmly The house of representatives perceives that it is im possible for the chair to enforce order on account of the action of certain The chair proceed to do its duty under the present condition of William you are ar raigned at the bar for having transgressed its by your For this of fense the house desires that you should be censured at its In the name of the I pronounce upon you its The will now release euch circum stances I accept the cona urt of the house as a decoration of Deoiocratic Thera was some disposition manifested by tho Republicans to take umbrage at KANSAS Evidence of a Mysterious Murder in Harvey The Badly Decomposed Body of a tier mnn Farmer Found In Ilia A Mining Team nml Other In dicate Murder and Unrper Connty ftepuullcanii Adopt Resolutions IndoriluK Ingalls and and Representative itesub nilflalon FlaBco at Accidental States and their exportation pm shall be determined and the ck given thereon shall be made to or or to the of or the persons whom exporter or agent In writing order such drawback inder such regulations as the secre f the treasury shall McKinley offered a long amend to the internal revenue ay of an administrative h was ordered to be printed in the and went over until Is disposed ot tho committee amend iBayno of Pennsylvania sent to desk and had read a letter from Campbell of denying iments reflecting on his character ew days since by Bynum of and Wilson of West lir allowed the letter to go on that the gentleman who lit was responsible for of offered an mint to the metal a pro ore and all other ores con ik i lead shall pay a duty of 1 Ji cents often the lead contained tnerein agto sample and assay at the port earnestly advocated the fof his declaring provision of the bill would de j smelting interests of the coun jfnum then claimed recognition tiou of personal privilege lelat Campbell The chair to think that the letter did ing That the member from In the language nBed by him In committee of the wholo and taken down and re potted to the ami at the cleikD ban boon guilty of ti violation of tbe rulee and privileges of tbe bougu und raerlU tlio censure of tho hoilao for the That tba same Iljntim ba now broiiKht to tbe bar of the liouae by ear gGantatartnB and the censure of tho hoiiBU be ad ministered by tbe CJutchoon demanded the previous question amid suggestions of gag law from the Democratic Springer made the point of order that before a resolution of censure could be adopted the speaker decide that tbe language was The speaker overruled the point of Ureenhalgeof Massachusetts asked unanimous consent that Uynum be permitted to make an but Martin of Indiana Springer made the point of order that the language used was not unparlia The speaker overruled the Springer appealed and the appeal tbis but before it was understood perfectly the house at Thus ended cne of the most exciting incidents of the THE May biils on the calendar were taken up and the fol lowing among others were passed To pay to the assignees of John Koach for extra work on the monitor and for the care of tbe monitor The senate bill to pay to the daughters ot Joseph late secre tary of the Smithsonian in compensation of his public The senate bill anpropriating for a bronze equestrian statue of Grant in the city of hav ing been reached on the Hoar suggested an equestrian statue was hardly the proper mode of doing honor to Equestrian stutuea almost encumbered the city of lie had hoped that Bhoatlna Near Me A lxr Smothered In Grain May The coroner was summoned to Uicbland township yeatereday afternoon to hold an inquest over the bndy of who was found dead in his bed on his f area on section The evidence towards but the body was very badley decomposed and the exact man ner of hie death is not The sup position is that he was The wagon and harness belonging to the dead man is and a sma 1 cupboard in which he kept valuables was found in a grove near the having been chieled open and the contents re Broer was seen last on and it is supposed that he met his death soon The verdict rendered by the jury was that the deceased met his death at tbe hands of some persons and some manner unknown to the The body was brought to Newton today and in terred in the city The deceased was about 08 years of Ha was married but lived bis wife being in He bad one son living in No clue to the murder Las been HAltFHR OODNIY KEIUBLIO Chey Adopt Indorsing Their In May The Kopub lican central at their meeting in Anthony adopted the follow ing resolutions That we recognize in John Ingallsand our and our representative in that loyalty and patriotism of which Republican may feel justly That the position taken and ably advocated by theio gentlemen on the question of free coinage of silver is in harmony with tbe views and wishes of the farmers of Kansas and the That the earnest and effect ive work accomplished by these honora ble gentlemen upon the floor of congress against trust and meets with the hearty approval of the Republicans of Harper That we pledge Senators war with The announcement of a rate from Louis to Denver was which is a lower rate than any other road has yet That road also gave notice of a from Louis to Minneapolis tnd TransMissouri rates were further cut into by the Topeka and Santa That road announced a f 0 rate from Kansas Atchison and Joseph to Colorado Springs and making this the basin of rate to all local points south of La 3 This WBS a clear cut of The Illinois Central has announced a rate from Chicago to Louis and a rate to The Missouri Pacific announced a rata from Kansas City to Omaha and a rate from Louis to A TKfC An Iowa Court Oonvlots a geller of Origin al DES May test case to determine the full extent of the orig inal package decision has been started in this city on its way to a settlement by the highest It ia entitled State of Iowa Perry The case was tried in a justice court in which the defendant admitted that he kept the liquor in controversy for the purpose of sale by the glass or in such quan tities as might be but under the recent decision of the supreme court of the United that he was thereby violating any law of The after hearing tbe argument of took the matter under advise ment and yesterday decided that the de fendant had no right to oell except in the original packages in which the liquor was imported that the liquor in ques tion was kept for sale in violation of law and ordered It The jury adjourned till Wednes when s verdict will be At 2 oclock two more victims wero brought from the chamber of horrors at One is Michael Tho other is so mangled as to be unrecogniz KILLED 11V A A Horrible Affair at an Illinois County Poor May A dreadful affair occurred at tho county poor farm this Jacob lor many years the superintendent of the in was murdered with an axe by an insane man named It appears that Superintendent Reisinger and a farm hand named Gangleand Wil helm started out in a wagon to bnild a The front seat was occupied by Reis inger and bis man and tbe lunatic stood behind them Wllhelm picked up an ax that was in the wagon and raising it brought the sharp edge down with tre mendous on the head of dangle jumped oil tho wagon and ran for his After Wllhelm had inflicted thecution his victims head and body The Hallway May There he jumped nsd The horses made for Oan ran away and threw the body The maniac was caught in a barbed wire but afterward started away with the axe in his It is feared that he Kilt kill the flrst man he The affair has created the wildest ex and a small army of men are scouring the country in search of the and they will shoot him to pieces on Tariff Ingalls and Plumb and to our able our earnest That we regret the resolu tion of the Farmers Alliance recently adopted at in which our hlou when the great bridge across Potomac at crossing was nays Outhwalto moved an adjournment The previous question was ordered on the nays who had voted in the afucm moved to The speaker declined to recognize the declar a matter of I a scene of ile ing it to be Then for a few moments there was My By but he WOB down by the Republican Bitno added to the contusion by mlng at tbe top of his voice that a for whom he had the highest had been charged with forgery wanted to present the letter in his IBreckinrldge of shouted i the chair that it was not fair to the man who had been publicly and let the man speak who had ilmaelf sponsor of the and i the shoes of a i intense and shouts of louder heard to declare that Camp i the equal in every respect to nber from and Tidge to assert that he bad no at the member from Pennsyl ok the man as his standard of Cannon of Illinois said that tbe bill waa under is a slander under Bynum complained that the chair topped him and allowed the gentle from Pennsylvania to go Tbe stated that he bad permitted the iman from Pennsylvania to pro The chair had done the best that lid to prevent tbe gentlemen from iylvama and Kentucky from using guage they The chair had II he could and waa not responsible gentlemen proceeding out of or nnon made the point ot order then tbe committee was acting rule at houie It was in order r gentlemen to wasi their duty another scene ot Bland declaring the speaker was trampling upon the rules of the The con was slightly Cutcheon contended that the gen tleman from Indiana had violated all parliamentary usage by making a direct and personal attack upon the gentleman from The question was whether it was parliamentary for one to denounce another as a liar and a Springer said the letter had only been ruled legitimate on the idea that the gentleman from vanla fatierel that and he was making an attack which justified every thing that had been said by tbe gentle man from Democratic ap Aa B judge in this he be lieved taat the gentleman from Indiana was bound to resent the Ap the the boundary line between the two sections of tho country was erected as it would a suitable rnemoriabl would be placed upon it of Lincoln and Grant as an em blem of the united country which they had helped to save and to preserve united and Edmunds said that whatnver he might believe upon the subject of public buildings be believed that some memorial be raised to the memory of that great and just hoped that however inade quate in the long and final sense this equestrian statue might and however much congress might desire by and by to build some memorial bridge or arch to pay further resptcta to his memory this simple thing should be done He would to omit the word nquestrian and let the bill provide simply for a monument and The motion was agreed The bill was further amended by increasing the appropriation to and as so amended the bill was After an executive session the senate rope Senator Ingalls was arraigned as being unfriendly to the believ ing that such resolution was the result of a want of information as to the grand record of his fifteen years service in the interests of the people of the sunflower That the committee urge upon all Republicans that it is their duty to support Costeen of Harper coun for the office of state That we endorse editor of the Harper as candidate for the office of register of the United States land office at Beaver Public Land and that we request our said senators and repaesentatiyes to use their beat efforts in securing his ap That a copy of these resolu tions be forwarded to our said senators and was probably more politicians in attend ance at the convention of the Order of Railway Conductors than at any pre vious This was due to the wide spread feeling on the strike clause and to the warm contest naturally expected for the position of grand chief The western meu have been beaten at three conventions on the question of the elimination of the strike and this time resolved to send their sharpest and best trained men to this Their efforts have at last been crowned with At least that is the present The proposed amendment to the con stitution has been ordered to a third read ing by such an overwhelming vote that its final passage is almost Three ballots were taken for grand The flrst twoatood Clark Daniels Watkins On the third lot Clark was elected receiving 144 votes AKalnst Russian May Universal Re view of London publishes an address to the czar remonstrating against the out rages upon Russian exiles in The remonstrance is signed by 354 per including members of the house of lords and house of artists and other persons of distinc Gladstone has written a letter in connection with this matter in which he says the government of Russia would be justified in returning any note sent to it in regard to the treatment of exiles with a communication calling the atten tion of the British government to the brutal slaughter of Irish people at Mitchelltown the same May ways and means committee this morning gave a general hearing to the spirit wine makers who submitted the draft of a modification of the existing law approved by the com missioner of internal which im poses a light tax on the spirits used in wine with a view to guarding against illicit The committee has as yet taken no action m tho Heavy pressure is being brought to bear upon the committee by individual members to secure modifications of schedules in the The hosiery through Representative are try ing to have some changes made in the language of the hosiery The Massachusetts granite people are seeking an additional degree of and the kid glove importers and the lead ore refining interests ate still working to se cure relief but perhaps the greatest pressure is being brought to bear by the conflicting sugar Representative UcKinley announced that he will submit a proposition looking to a cut of 33 per in the sugar restoring the dividing line from 1 to ft to 18 Dutch The Cala fornia pugar men will accept this heavy cut rather than have tbe bounty plan adopted and recruits are expected from the southern Meanwhile some of the western representatives are prepar ing to lead a crusade in favor of free sugar so that the ways and means com mittee may have to face another revolt next AN IMPETUOUS Emporor William Delivers Him self of an Intemperate He Oversteps the Hounds Alike of Conrtesiy nml Common Sense at Language That of f an Idle Braggart Bather Tnan That of a Han Fit To lie a KlnRBastenlnc Action on the Bill to Inoroaio the Army A Little War Cloud the May by the New York Associated the emperors utterances at Koenigsburg they sufficed to irritate the Russian government and dispel all delusions regarding the possibility of a renewal of the entente with I shall not said the my provinces here in the oast to be Those attacking them will find my strength Is that of a The Notie Iremya holds that the words of the emperor overstepped proper boundsand that they ought to be official ly Within the official circles here the emperors deliverance caused no in view of advices from Paris pointing to close relations between the French and Russian foreign Another pregnant fact is that Chancel lor Von Caprivi announced a design to plbce one of the now army corps on Russian The emperor did not without forethought say yesterday that if obliged to draw the sword those who troubled peace would find the Germans blown as heavy as they were twenty years Both speeches contain a veiled but emphatic declaration of the solidity of the dreibund and the vigilance of its chiefs against the common Nominated only the com mission on tke army bill met Von Cnprivl desires to hasten the passage of the The temper of the reichstag corre sponds with the composition of the com and will harmonize with the demands of the and the house will accord the full measure of I The budget which has charge of the uolonia has prac tically approved The piogresn ot an nounced in telegrams which reached the government yesterday will ac celerate the committees Wifisman reports the occupation of the country from Lindi to Miklndani without and the general submission of rhH Arab chiefs of the region toward the Rovumwa Wissman is hopeful of securing an open route to Lake Springer said that the majority in adopting that resolution would set a precedent which would not rdound to its The language from tbe gentle man fsom Indiana was if not The gentleman from Pennsylvania hod put himself out ot the pale of honorable discussion when he imputed the dishonorable methods to members of the Democratic side of the Mills of Texas said that the gentle man from Pennsylvania had given the first offense and when he encountered the manly and chivalrous defense of the gentleman he had attacked he cried like a Democratic He Mills had no hope on earth that the majority would do anything except pun ish because that was To Protect the Ballot May committee appointed by the house Republican cau cus to determine upon the merits of the national election law pro posed by and the bill pre sented by Rowell to extend the supervisory held a meeting this morning and finally decided to report the caucus in favor of the national election The mcjorlty in the committee was nearly twothirds in favor of the Lodge has boos divested ot the Australian ballot Orange the only ita beaten way man it could nut of pull the contort Damooratlc The majority Had not fmxotten that By May Margaret Isabella daughter of the secretary of was married atl oclock this alt to Walter Damrosch of New at the residence of the brides parents in Madison Broke May Rowlands hlnh jumping today made a jump of seven thus break ing his own and all other Weather May till 8 For Kansas Fair in rain in eastern portion cooler northerly Accidentally May Chaplin of this city was acci dentially killed at 11 today while handling a loaded He and sev eral other men had been making arrange ments to take a trip into Oklahoma next and while in his office today he picked up his revolver intending to clean it when by some unknown means it was The contents entered his chest and killed him almost Champlin was a prominent citizen having resided in this county for many years and served as county and during his residence ia tbis city he made many A Boy OLAT May committee for the Fifth congressional district is called to meet in this city the evening of the 23d A 10yearold boy by the name of Chase was smothered in Frenches eleva tor in this city this He was drawn into a large spdut of shelled corn and there met hie Another BMubmlwIon May When the Santa Fe rolled in from the east today the two great apostles of re Senator Benlly and Payne were unloaded from the Pull man and two kegs of beer from the bag gage At their meeting in the coutt bouse at just twenty persons were present Committed May pauper LostTUelr May special courier to Cherokee commission has so far done nothing except lose ita Yesterday the commission in four large army wag with camp equippage and left but unfortunately they started on the wrong To be sure they can reach here some but it wil be a day cr two later than they ex Trusting to strange guides they have lost their The Indians here at the village had a dance last night in expectation ot thei coming and the general feeling is tha the lowaa will treat for their The Kickapoos are also evidently willing to treat but the Sacs and Foxes will be hard to The May Pres Oarllile Elected May the joint meeting of the legislature today Senator Lindsay placed Carlisle in nomina tion in a brief speech of admirable n which he paid a grocf ul tribute to tbe choice of the Democratic Langley for the Republican cau cus nominated Silas the representative from Casey The ballot then 107 votes being cast for Carlisle and 15 for Senator Carlisle left for Washington Hu will not present his cre dentials in the senate till after the vote on the tariff bill in the Stock Breeders In May stock met hero yesterday and elected officers and made arrangements for a proper ex hibit at the worlds The oflloersare as follows Emory Cobb of Illinois vice Clark of Judge Blodgett of Illi CJouKh of and John Boyd of Illinois Wales of with Thompson of Illinois and Thomas UcPharlane of Liverpool via May Evening Jour nal says The Topeka and Fe railroad has formed a new route for carrying export corn which bids fair to cat a considerable figure in that busi The route is from Kansas points on the Atobison to and thence by water to The first boat oa the new route started with its load of Kansas corn last One Soldier EL May mid night last a soldier named blacksmith of Seventh stationed at Fort was instanly killed by a from a long bladed clasp knife in tbe hands of an other seldler named Snyderalso inlllcted an ugly Hesh wound on A grudge of long standing was the cause ot the made his Snyder then byterlan general assembly was in session again In taking up the report of the committee on making changes in the confession and constitu it was voted that after making speeches by Oroaby and Patterson speeches bejlimited to ten Crosby spoke in favor of Patterson held that the Presbyteries as well as the assembly have no legiala tive power that can set aside or modify the authority of GoddaM Gone lor May flrst vicepresident of the Santa resigned and the resignation was accepted to take effect June The personal dif ferences between Goddard and Traf fic Manager wnlch caused the tender ot Goddarda resignation a month proved too it is under to be overcome by President Man vels attempts to restore Missouri May to the Farmers and Laborers Union of the Seventeenth congressional who have been in secret session for the pait two adjourned today to meet at Oak Grove school house June Nine counties were represented and or ganized a district and it is be lieved they will nominate a man for con luaprlsonod In the May Neilson breaker fire debris which fell In the shaft lost wedged itself and did not drop to the bottom of the Efforts are being made to resume the circulation ot air through the Fortyfour mules are in tbe various So far they are gettiug enough air to keep them The debris is still but the shaft is not on named who was an inmate of the Ballna county poor committed sui cide early this moraine by He waa 70 years of age ana STILL OUrtINO Slashing Among the Western Boadaon Passenger May more vigor ous ratecutting of weitern passenger rates was indulged in The Chi cago and Northwestern railroad led off by giving notice of a firstclass between Chicago and to go into effect on This rate it below that of the Milwaukee and Tbe Burlington system continued the Charities and May interest in the conference of charities and correction Increases each There are now pres ent nearly 800 exclusive of those ot At the unasion this forenoon several Sapera were In the afternoon the eleRatea visited the John Hopkins under the direction of Indianapolis was chosen as the place for he next annual the time to be fixed by the executive Will Argne Bis Own DEB May preme court has decided to allow Billings to make an oral argument be fore them Monday the case where in he is charged with the murder of County Attorney Kingsley at Waverly two and a half years An order has accordingly been dispatched to Warden Birr to bring the prisoner here for that The Artlar Mine May Bank NEW May weekly bank statement shows the following changes de I legal Vlre at Grand GRAND Hay fire Damaged by May was a severe frost throughout this Bection I The banks Thursday night and yesterday morning I now hold in excess of the 35 and extending into Ice froze to the thickness ot a window Vegetables and fruit were seriously I Potatoes Buffered most in I At the grape crop started in the extensive works of the wai I Oriel Cabinet company at oclock In a few hours the largest a furniture factory in the city was in May Frost I insured for Three has been appointed to fill the vacancy I hundred men are thrown out of employ aaused by the resignation of Tc1 dwellings adjoining land commissioner of tho ttlso Topeka and Santa Fa Railroad The headquarters ot the department will continue to be at of tbe bodies recovered in 8 mine have been Groat crowds stil surround the opening of the An inquest was held this morning by the Vlre and Gyolone May the capital ot western was vlaited simultaneously by a conflagration and a May Cook Hundreds of lives were general freight the fee they had no time to as Wyandotte ana railway uas resigned that position to become gen1 gist worthless eral freight agent of the Kankakee linel with headquarters at Wtnun M May of to1 Vagtibood at kUj Winners of w Gray Gray Diwn wn daysraces English I Brookrfala hand c t 8yearniJ Silver Mamie wi h a   

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