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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1883, Trenton, New Jersey                                x :f 1 .__ .1. L. I. NO. TKKNTON, THURSDAY AFTKKXOOX, MAY TWO rst t" A TKAVKLING AOKNT'S St'IT. TlfKOWING AWAY A GAMK. to Salary H laying Tho Have Time I Abraham Westbrook, a traveling sales-.. The game yesterday between the Trenton manlate in (Tieemjiloy of F.iolliers, ;ind (Quickstep clubs resulted in an etis'y defeat rubber goods of this cit y, ap- of the home team. The contest was virtually ,MP'S MURDEROUS ASSAULT. ,iu, ComiK Court yestetday ;ts plain- decided in the tirst three innings by Avery's ii TREMENDOUS OIL "EXPLOSION. I Assailed in Millham Wlth- I'rovocittion and Knocked Sense- .Tiler ihtT'Ttssall- itnt in Hall of Mill- liaiii and Cliatnliers- ilartiaret l-ce. d aliout years, wax through I'rofn the yard of the e. of her   a r'rlfflitljiil t'on- Tanks Kxplode- A Loss of at Incurred. ttrtef (ilanoew at KvenU nf the World for Mourn. Ml. WiLoB bcgnil suiinnlllg tip tot the de- 'ttse in the Mar Route trinl yest-erdity. A bill against infernal machines was passed yesterday by the Pennsylvania Senate. I Covet nor Cleveland denies that he intends tall an extra session the Senate. Second Edition. SjieciaL, to Tin TIMK- M'iiv 10 staudard ('avail Point.-in .this a! lialf-past thr o'clock this nioriiiim. Instantly there wa- a terrible. explosion. tank, exploded and the j il to run >u a'l directions. An rnVuoi's. of a disa-ster to (ieneral Crooks enlmtrii are diserediti'tl at the army luiathjitant i> lit The Freiieh press made comments about alt airs in Alsace-Lorraine thai cause irritation in (Jertnauy. 'It is expected ..that many thousand barrels i of whuiky will be lApoited from Newport News, Va to Iterniuda, tn avoid the payment of taxes. ee I The editor of an Armenian paper published in Constantinople bei u sentenced to im- prisonment for printing disloyal articles. not always obey orders, and that while lie. was in thf the AN 11 INI; nsoii street is only two and a half long, running north ami south from ee street to Fillmofe street, ami lies isanpiiik Creek on the wVnt side. The was heading southwanl; The pursuers after him at the top of their speed, ig FilUnore st-ivet he-shot down-it the creek like an arrow. The hank of here was high and he ran along the to the foot of. Maple street, the next lelovv. The pursuers were gaining on lidly and had armed themselves, with Yelling like demons they commanded stop. Seeing they were so (-lose upon jumped into the-Assanpink aud swam to the Chambersbiiig Reach- le opposite shore -he pulled oil nt aud shot's anil throwing them intinued his tlight. The pursuers con- to the, next street, and crossed the t tht Hurt nvt nhe bridge.. fellow this-point WlttrrMhey hatl readu-d- kept ou in a >outhcrly direction be- lie cn-ek aud the Pennsylvania liail- Whcii he leached Fast State street he lhe_ railroad and tiu'.ued in aiwasterly m, ioiisly Ijor- -the jmrposc of getting uirg into the .country. liiV. there vvas jteftiwd on his heels looted" and boys .yelled.. He kopt with ihe plnek of a tje4-i. ig a feiu-e he got into a field on the Lh farm and was bending almostNloubk- etVorts to leave his pursuers behru.il ii unexpected occurrence lat- Mr. "f t1- who was a litlle in -advance of the hlirled a wojjltWTe" mur- rith ttiich that it struck thi'TiacJwrnlflilioeketl-lHiu down. Iilr to liis feet again with the elasticity ia iiibbei and continued his High t. A vv ii.n si base ball grounds' 'arc near this place, spectator.? left tlie game aud in the chase-. Soon the field was black it'll ami hoys. Chief Collins, of Cham- rg7 wiu-T'ainopTg Them; ambttidirs ;ueky young man named Combs came h him lirst and made a grab for him. llpw Juade.a.juoyement as if, tt> draw .a i when Combs struck him a pow'erful I. I'el'ore he "could get Up twenty piled themselves upon-him amT rolled liiu. Chief Toll ins, by 'virnFO of "tils kvus alltiwed to take the With p of two or three others and followed mall army of luen ami ,boys, he took the lock-up and placed i a was !is Jaiues a who, about an hour axsault on Mrs. Lee, had got into John. am} ecu cut about the head. He is from "f hunk, and claims to he a boatman, i scars head which commeruo- a'l'ToiiH rows in which he has btTii en- He served a term of nine months in nboH County TVnitentiaiy, of I'ennsyl- for an assault upon a man named Dugaii. He was committed to jail last g by 'Squire Abbott, of Millham, to trnfl on a charge oi' flfcociouH itttiy. injury was dressed by Dr. Van hMiiiiinuliuit showed a deep on to leeeive anil ihe term of sen ice for vv hic.li f-pj, nous- reeoids wuuld "teaft to expect, he was employed. j struck safely three times. Goodman "aJidJIeiilh bnt in no ea.se were the hits bunched in any imVinning. Ill the second inning, (roedman 'reached first him stating that.it was impossible loMll'red on-Sniilev's fumble, weiif to thlitl Heath's Whitehead and him to remain in the home on ball., of the same lirm. Fpon his rot urn he wanted following inning Thatcher hit a safe an immediate decision and the lirm discharged j bv skillful base-running got around him They, held that he hail broken plate. Six goose-eggs followed these ment, and that he had. threatened (Wll scoring innings I'oFthe home team. to injure their business. They testified in The visitors got Albert to errors in vAtuiiiuiiti.ou. h'-u-i-Ai-r. his svrviees inning, and bf en me. home on were satisfactory to tht m. ami that they did i three-bagger. Smiley scored on a passed ball, to jiart with him at ihe time, lal- ]n t lit-second, there were four suite- hits, and- ward W. F.vans-appeared for the and Cwsirk scored. In the next, e.suid'.an letl oil' with a safe one. aud Jack- alarm was struck and the Fire Department out tn fi-ne. M. the conllapration. The firemen were to ret real tid'ore the torrent of burn- As t-hi llames n-aehetl lank after tank. dnsions lolloped. ItV nine o elnek 'u BUSINESS MEN WANT TH.EV1 REMOVED. Various Mailers ttrtorr l..isl 1'lle olllltl inn ol tlie --ileels All-nli-n ViliJtltiittitl tloll es. Common Count il In Ui ;r hied mi: la.st night, which was given lip eltllli !y to lolllllle Wolk. Inoiil hl> poi I showed M i L-n iiai.all oll'el'ed p F. C. I.owthorp for the defendants. The case was given into the hands ol the juiy and the com t adjourned.' Hip- ol icrrib seven tanks had exploded.- The wof-ks -wi-re- abaiitUmed suim_ ..after daylight tmd TOWlirlt tVyiiip cent property and pif-vent the spread of the llames.' Fp to this tiiiie 1 P.M.- scarcely any lieadwaV has been iTu-Te. '1'liT tire H how close Railroad of New of oil 'are stored to the tanks along the Central Jersey tracks. barrel- in those tanks. Already .ilKI.OOtl on! of barrels have been destroyed in Standard Works. This includ. barrels of reliued ml stood HI the Ing stor-yliiiiise. The loss will reach at least The ex- citement thrnujrhojlt tke city lh.'Tnteii-T. Despite the bright sunshine, the sky is illuuiitUMNty the terriblt; tire. The wharves .both here and in New are lined with spectators. A high tribute was paid yesterday in the lit ichslai; io 'the ierinau-Aniericaiis who eon- tfil ".lUll 1 lllf Ii, f nK iirlk PU fv I kllllle Hoods. The third1 trial of Timothy Kellv for tidpation i-i the Dublin minders resnllVd yes. lerrlayTii cnnviction, und he was ..eitfcmvd to be hanged on .I line The, capital ot'-Touquin, now otviipied by- ncli w.-tM ui tucked H- tiootir, mi- March who were France. Io t staldish an AHIIIIIII, _ I collect taxes ill .TI1K MANSION HOI'SK I-'IKK. Tin- ilv T-te.iMHt i 's a balance a resolution th.it. ih- tain -the jirohjlili streets "I the i 11 sv, epl to N'uTeiubel.. KK'in-i 'I'lirn- s.ilii" ttlld M.irgcrum tn a ics apprnpi iatc addj_M hi V II i r j> piupl tat mil now is -l t- -o-t l-oiM-e a M'. Il Was -II inn I.' Mi'-l- Neell lulttin Mr. Lane to ,iaj tin- lirand .iiilniM jKt-V. luiV.tlll> ft TT' "7 I IH; ap- iii mxilation to L'otinetl to Hi I lit1 ei lelnatioii w as adopted. -A.N 1 N uii son reached lir.s-t on yuintin's fumble. liar- he i-. McKemia, Cusiek and Dorr followed each with a single and Jackjwn, Barber and Mf k'.-nna In the lourth inning 4 Parker was ,sent to his base on balls, got to Tlie --Cane of (illl X of tl.is City, Against Lewis A. of York. The trial of .a suit to recover on notes given by Lewis A. an inventor, as an ac- tor loaned him from to time bv I.diniiisitofi tiill Son. of this chy. was in.iiie fiercer Cndiit Court. Mthis morning. The notes amounted in all to Sl.H-'iO. The eir-.-mustan.ces of tie ease, as the di-fciiM-rtt.itrs tlieiu, are interesting. wail.who hails from Loudcnville. N. V., had secured a patent on a potato planter and dig- ger, and -aureed witli Mr. (iill to form a com- pany for the manufacture of the implements, j He came.to Ti.nton in brought witli him The.company to be formed was to have a titp ital representing s-liin.uiiii. A-piuwall 1  brought, cliarac- them as- mere accommodation paper. After the notes were givMiJje alleges that'ISh-. (iillt rt'l'iiseip luui adnuttjyiee to Iris K. W. I-'.vans appears for i The p.laintitV, .who is represented by- ex- -Judge Buchanan, alleged that tlie notes were j giveji as payment for the money advanced to the defendant. There wa.sjio absolute uiider- staifding that the cinnpaii'y- wonld be formed, i Mr.  M I nlit Saturday Others Open Again. Pioth Uamugartner Tindall and K T, Dobbins, whose stores are in the lirst story on l-'.ast Stale street, whose upper humco! out on Tuesday night, have plachrds on their doors announcing that tlicy wiil'ojieii to customers on Saturday. .w.ere. expecting a visit from .the "insurance men this afternoon, und are uot at liber'ty to touch the goods in theii. esTablishments until an inventory has hern iiTade by Uif .agents tit -the dtttercnt- compit uies. Mr. who has a of hats is inme m less that- Ife wits considering w heWrcr he should let the insurance com pamts huv< his T.IOI k or whether he should .sell it himself. If he decides Io sell the gootlti himself he will remove them.. another sloic jimm, to be disposed t.tf ill l to get space in bin regu-lar store to put in a new stock of goods. Morrell iV Chamberlin settled the agent ol the Continelilal Insurance New York, to the mutual sat- A petition iV'-in t. D Pherson. Lalor jnil other business men, was jueseiited liv Mi. in n. asking for the reiiToval of" I lie sfand in Iront of their stoies. Tin thiil or Police will ce- IIIOM- them. The! Clii.k. by lesolntionof Mi. Lane, was to employ an assist- ant at an annual salary of -Oiii. TlrOlfi.iir- man.i.ij' the Finaife-- (jii.jtiiit I, directed to aseeitaill if the P.o.nd of -lie.'It'll had re-, ceivetl any rel urns'lot iseianied to.scav- engers wi re ordered at Ferry and Fair si icels. and on Noil h H leene street near the L'lVe Points. a. -j "-i KI i.i A---i i-s The biilk' tin of the evening referred to (he 'fret H. I'.y of Mr. Hagerman a i-jbate of inten--i was in Favor of resilient s ol I j w is ci in the matter "oT assiTsinents fin -ib-- ol that 'thor- oiightaii 'ili.d- I hat ill- -pi ihc i pal be-paid "within one monlh I'lmn dale. The_Ulllavor- samc gi nlleinaii on the that no eon engineer, ear. engineer sir Tht 1. !i !d with tin Tola IIV. INMN'is: i 4 Trenton...'........'. U, 1 1 0 0. 0 I! 1 0 0 Umii _ xl'hree base lyl.s. Smiley. 9 lleitlli. _'n Double plays llastain and Croiiin and (iood- inan. Passed balls (jiiintiu. t Cusiek, 1 on balls --Harkins, 1. Left mi bases--Trcnton.'ti: (.juiekstep, Slniekoiit -Treiiiton, t.i Quickstep, -I nipire, John K. Webb. Time of game, vJ.lli. Arerv has been released. The Trenton ..MerriU_ of C'amdeii. at the- cat ion eoiih 'he boy jumped from tin the llame-) hlll'sl ll'oill-t lie car the net-r suw the troni'i'e and stopped the train t .11 -Wil.s with the ress and mail in.'iuer. all m n_o mvaiis of extinguish, ins; the lire ihe train. 4flwed t'T bum it'e'lf THIS delaying the train nearly four hours. _A JL'aralytH- Hniiieirio PVatTiT Hy Assoe.iate'd tn I'm: iMtvsic. A lire It tt'ctoc.k thls'iiioniiug residence of l lie Adams, mi Madison street, near Howard. Mr. Adams, an old gen- tleman, para I, w as siitl'ueated and the colored 'cook burned to death. r The colored house girl ]llinped A-IIIII a (bird KlYiddft. lirnkl- Ant of her arms, and WM." -ntfrn-w-is'' scrinus'ly 'ill jlllvdi The hack vvln-re the tire or- iginated, was dest mycd. THIIOI T mi: HTATIO. ahlel'epol] ti-Uil ill' petition, ot' Klllesliin payment of an on Fountain tion I'mm 'la v M n i i lor release limn -is-, lor from neini lor unprovemflltrt --adojiti'd. A peti- pinji'-ii1, -m. ni toi opening that suit successfully enough to induce capitalists i Cricket this afternoon., orf Saturday to imesl. AftcV hearing the evidence on both Hie home team goes to P.rooklyn. sides tin- hief Justice gave tht; case to Ihe The Red Uovers. with R. Still as captain, la.si night. The Innocents wetll In Pennington yesterday and were downed by ...the Srfninarv'v pliant is made of the partiality of the umpire 'AtttilVrf The rooms of the Harmony Tiro Fngint TFl _, n' i i ,i ..towards- renhington. Ihe Lureka liad re- aglow- will! light And inn lit v T and the Innocent -J'J siile hits. -Karned.ruiw-- X.mp.'iny w .s and musics la-st evening. It was the thirtv- lourth anntversarv ot the establishment ol the comjiany. Nearly all tlmuwimners were pres- ent with their wives, daughlers und sweet- hearts. fu rnisheil .the mu.sic. The lirst lloor was cleared for dancing. Refresh- ments were served in the pal-lorn ou the second Uthet game.s yesterday result-ed- Furckii 11, Innocent hits reka s, Innot-ent (t. F. The score Fairckn............. 'J 1 7 2 -1 Innocent...'........ t 0 .'i V (I 0 1 1 The members were called together more Athletic H; Detroit, 7; about nine o'clock. Mr. Schilling introduced Philadelphia 7. Columbus 4 Allegheny 1M, Hrooklyn 7. Hariisburg 1 Active 15, Senator John Taylor, the- President of the company. Mr. Talor delivered short ad- Anthracite I. dress .appropriate to the occasion. Mr. Taylor i There will IH' a meeting of the stockholders has been President of t.wenU-.: Association at the ye7irs. lie is the seventh member on the list, Avenue- Hotel at o'clock to-mor- The dancing begun s The triiil of the nCji liephelv William .L Hall at Newark, for its been on account oJ, of Depue. Fx-Speaker Jolin Fgan, of was brought to ttie_ night., having Ix'-efT arre'stid nu an iii'lirtiuent ol' having Ix'-efT bribe Andrew JMigurhy, charged wiiV the murder Anihil.v, TtKked of Jcrviniah IJvan terday for leave tu wilbditiw pb-n of nnui- slauii'hler and to stand tna] on tin indietnifiit for niurdd-. Decision wra< reserved.- f At a Hoard of t'Fgatc tT isfaction ot both, and .to-day theii stoic as usual. Jaiu.es .Nloiint s "candy stoic was also opened-to-day. The-only insurance Mi Mount had on his building, and tin CoVeVs the loss. Tilt.1 agent, of the Bucks County Mutual, by w Ilii _ihe i isk .wan taken, v Mitr-d the place lo-day and made an ihe. jjamage done. The lo.ss in candy vvill be about ''Ar-tiTf ;llirtHtirrn, .w riles iTi TllK. TIMKS to the ell'ect that the tlook ami Laddrr Company not the first on lit oftht liri but that thf Tienlon ll'.isc wa.s life arrival, and that the (iood; Company tame next. The Konili. of the (ilv of May -lltJileis-wC bohd- iss'tied by this city, nave'held several meetings rciTiitlv at the titliccs o.l the Mercantile Trust v ,to consider propositions made by taxpayers of compromise the city lebt at the rate of Vents on the dollar The amount "of the bonded 'indebtedness is about the interest on which has been in default loi tnorr than four years. Mr I corgi1 K. who isjjie largest holdei of these far tleclinetl Po aceepl the proposition of 4U the dollar. Hi that the qity of Kljgaheth can allord to, make a better "ofi'er. Oilier bondhohlers have expressed tlieir williuglieks to aeft pt the settlement. of erilel! the nillti- in Newark a committee appointed to i lives iliiifjjjcs uf erii I the Kssex ('oiiuty Lunatic Asylum. John "llie un.iti illiollsly reflected---' _, A spark Iroiji an engine on the Narrow Railroad set tin- to tinwiioils between Watcrt'ord ami Anroia. t .inidi-n county, on Tuesday liiylit, much to heavy timber and houses. About "lO" were burned over, including the eedjll The storm on Ttnsday night dill-much at Keyport. The sheds upon the steaiu- about thlW1 .it long, and ating almost to The woman grrat deal. of and it was feared fhift nhortt owing to her age, would prove fatal. V however, her condition is improved, saysisbc nil.) recover. Coin mil tern. ctor "lidliisoii of uew Board of "h'ree- s has appointed the i; tecs for t he year; Court House Messrs, lit. Vanatta, McCarty, Miller and Hut ewn joiinnii: three her, and i were elected nteinbers of the Standing nnttce: Rev. Joseph F. Garrison, Camden; 1'ettif, A. B. Uak'eY, lantlKt'liy mi ihc t .'Mi iTf will prohalily 1'e re.turin d to the Uutorin ScUoul. J.'he. thirty-seventh annual meeting of the CHJitde.t) County MedieaJ Suciely was held" at the West Jersey Motel, Camdeii, ycstrnl.iy, K. I.. 1'. (tirtjfrey in the Several papers liy prominent physirians, and dele- were elected to the State iiieetinU At- tholoitghlaic.. l.u -tliue tn li, vvu-s. The J.inai'J dinuMed to the :t n-t i, el pa between Stale stiM-t ami tin ,md the City Cleik vsa.s an! liol io ui e'not iee of illicll- tioii foi, i in ai.d 'l.i'.w is street iision 'I In dirccJtcd. by Mi. Ski i n'f's i tit< I. On motion of Mr. the ordinance CotnuJil ice-w d.c nistiucli-d 'to re- porl an oidman.ee -I'm !ln of Oujirry alley. Mr. Skirnf rie gi V e nol ice I o pi ope! t ow lid's oil t'St d ispo.sit ioll :on jhe relay- iithlside ol- Fall I u l itioii, through of West. Hano- !ln bunk of i l.oi keil Ip lor Srcrft (Mlicer nuini'ii'd to Ttnr city yestt rday "Mn I and (M-O. L. Stanley, who are i haigetl with situ'-r numry T-licy belong to 11 ndson .count v. and are b< In -veil Io be members of a gang ol' conntcrl'nfcrs who have their headquarters in Jersey City, ami who get ritl of their money by sending women out to make purchases to the extent of live or ten cents in every case. They hand over a dollar to pay for the article, und get genunie moijev in exchange. Rooney and Leslie were locked uj in the jail to aw ait trial before Judge Nixon next Tuesday. Dr. MI the Fiiited States to-day, W-HS lined es.-soldier in South Jersey. Uanosei i eel bet i n ;ind Fcciler, tiLpaM'theii M i .'Thoi.i.is oifercd a icsoluiloli. which I n d. thai the nieiil in Iton.t ol ihe 'itv If'.iil lie put in pro- IM-I eonrTTiion bel-'l" liusl selS in Ignnratil- I'l f.lowll. colon' takdi Ijeli-le Justice Mills tin- loiotl. -A is yesterday of Health Inspector ho i Liarged him with tloiiig scavenger woiL without a jiermit from the I'.oaid. miaul plead ignorance of the lor a permit be hail sccilleil a In eiise. He was III- a license, he 1or every job. n pay tnent of By loTHK TI.MKS, May 10. For (Tie Middle Allan tie States increasing cloudiness, with rain, east erly veerinx to westerly winds, stationary or struetcd that, )n-sides must secure a spec The Justice dismissed the costs. The condition of I'olire Spaeth j Members Abraham at the insane asylum is He is nrianachtl injury. f vvcral tirnks. phynicians say hp held nt Brunswick.- death will soon intervene-. The cage in which _____ he is can likened to a trunk feet J in length, with iron meshes, tops, sides, ends and bottom. Sort mattresses are pl.'Oed in it. one on the other until witluji a loot or so of hundredth and elrveijiriConvcntinn I lioeese of Nevy .lersi-y at the insane asylum is He is Caniden R. S. Conove.r, South Amboy of the Kpjseopal Diocese of Nevy .lersi-y UKSCIII- manachtl night nnd day rtntl roltftmd in n K, Wilson, Trenton; MeItei Kwjn fWed at si. i ii ................T V'T.....2 T.....__T" -it If beiUK its imietv-eiuln II mini Versiiry. 1 lie Holy 1 K f 1C NtMjV" etary-, -w Cniiiinutiioir was and u injury. Notwithstanding this he has bitten Norton, Railway. The next Conventiou will preachetl by Dr. H. Franklin, of Shrewsbury, vvcral timc.si. iihvsician.s sav li.-lrl nt NI.U This by tint -tlwiiioii A lilld lUirn On M Train. i hts t W" liy ou, of Hishop Scarborough iwt President, tuiddicv. A. Halser. of Princeton, as Secretary. Francis Median, Warden of tlie County tlie top. On the exjiress train from New York on Penitentiary in Jersey and William flyHii. thevBound Hnnik hint 'I1 f- !tl wen- Circuit Court yesjerday on an .The manacled patient is put in und !1M emigrant woman gave birth I ftr a t W through l4ie fur the puijirnr, 11 tf anil the In) is let down and linked Tlie muL- u i i i fian ciillftl ui to attend the woukAn, who Presses hold him sung up against the bars, making violent almohi Afterwards iimtiuuHl her journey with the it jjve" the ou the train and under of fci'vi hffetn1 Uiejtel a few lttys HUH, on a of intoxication, has been i lii They both pli-ijnt-ft not bail in the sum ol each. Ninety-two oners have nut the CITY NOTK8. l'- be given bv I best slnyers in (TiTi t'lnnii M. Thciwlniittum-e feu is ei lor iflults and Id ('cuts for children. sttspeiided from tlttys on a by tht-tlonnnott Walter' How ell, a spiritualist, of Man- chester, Falkland, delivereil a lecture umler the auspices of the First Association of Spiritualists, at their hall on the corner of Orceno and Fnml streets, this city, last night. In the slander suit of Wyckoti' v. Sketl, in (..yit tin- jury rendeiwl venlict for ttif poilut-lff, asseswiliK the HI I IT h, i, I II. _fc loot Criislicd IS.Iueeo ir Murphy went., oiu- of age, and employed in Swan Trui A Co. s decorat- ing establishment Nottli Feeder strict, was returning to tins -uiei noon, u hen _ he found his in, UN a long line of coal cars that .stood .n io- Montgomery street, on the lieh idcre dmsion of Uie Pennsylvania Railroad. He jufttped bet two of the ears to pass over, lu'ifat that m on MI it the train started and his loot was cangiii between the bumpcrx Il i '.-In d and may have to be ampnfated. 1 !i- -man was re- nsTKftf To his resul-'nee D'dton's where a pbvsjeiaii JH--- d fhc wound. A. Uemeiited Wiiiuaii IdV. Fllen Dtig.ttt. a demented wtunan. who Ims been an inmate ol St Hospital for a week past, escaped innu the institnlioii this morniiiR. and, into Millham drawn hd 
                            

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