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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. VOL.11. NO. 202. WKDNKSOXV. NOVKMliEK KN IS. in tho li'.i: Ci EVK! lu reit Bittle It The :v t., is In C.ll- I'o: ,.r i' -a ty to hi.- ,ili 7.0 side of Cincinnati _-.v Frobr-bly Returned Cromiey I.ockvvo to From the Sin- cincts in ISS-.IIT .M. Ohio Distr.jt. in- Democrrt.c C --.3 and The r j fc- Fro Elected. Point to a Dorn- oeiv.'r in Is'.fie in Now I" t uia "r.t ,'t .1 "i i i-v n .11 t .--o- in -is in 11 :--i'' t -i Co ir IM I'.-m.. for t, o ._' --s, .-i trie: lO.iiis. MO er. UVP il.s-.r-ct. j'. '.'v.-i'. R.-i 1 ,J D-n f-.M'i. D i r i.ovvrnor, ai 7. r...-.-c .1 x a .-.'.'.'J. out- .s --i C by 000. _ ..'i i.'.J i. i'i i i s-. Nov. hundred. An.: i -i o it o s-, in Ai 1, _r C i D tn.i'-av. osn-l er in! >i-i-onn- s xi'-i, .1 'hi .1. Dun- i-.'.i. Ninth, j T: UK-.S K I :s to Congress L.s.tio'i in th  i it-i distru-tby i. Tuc.cor. Nov. 5. had no i-in'. '.n ihe tins uu> Fifth d.--" VI i'-ij. Pro r.vn agai-ist r. Di aro ih.it he po! i- I .1 v s'u u vow. In Danville L.-VI v i'i.n i N u- M Lantr- slonsiv- ,-'..vto.l by from j by fr.i.n .1 i'i r- iti.ci Ho s ivs }.o is to s is.i iis oaso to a Demo- cr.uic c t i .r in of .'.e r: .T i i ,.e De.iiocr.r.lc -s; -i n.-.f cs ii.iis A solid Concurs-. "...i. d. i s r vim.tvi W UM. Nov. I'.vre d pitches nveivol here i-on "s iu V.i inl'Oite the t o i of .e T. tire- Dcirocr i''.c i i-i si indt'ii -M ,-i ll.i-U .i-i.l A" i-- s ,-o ;s i tno it.-h s ivs iro -in lo i'e.- r f tl, ted an.! i'i udiot >'i. 'h' li.s- 1., i j, j ilMl., ii tnct, is prebahly j s M 11; r. 1-1 M.'i.r v C of 1, 'J T 0. phv, Kighth. Tim -I A. i. Spinola: n Vt'11' v.clf; h. K. i'l, ..M-r. 'I'lii-.-'-'MM-.t'i. .irk i v. t Ui r.l_c j i CuixK- MM, out of iM7 give Nicoli, Cro'.il.-v 1! pri-( '.rirIs in Cai'i.b. 11 1 0, Xuv irly rot'.irns Ry.in .'J. l.. .l.'v Ljo.iuood .iily cvi'i-j the Stato 1-V2 I---.I.; oi.l '.I'. Sa-r.3 i Fusion. -1 r-' Tiiis rate ill givo Nic.oll majority. Tne oii-cUon of Stinl- j necker, Dem.. i-i the Tour- teenth district is conceded by the Re- publicans. Fori- Tr-.mmany Hall has gain-'d a d-cisivc mdiiMtc r. R' pubiiu 1-1 victory by in.ijo-- kcr C i n-.'i >.I T'ir-so HtC- victory ovor tne Rnpuhlicrvn and County j ilios fruiii'J.O'J t; i.C'OO. Thr-re UI-PS show ..d.c.in 1.1 Onio j Deniucracy Fusionl. tiran t. for iniivor.' is not Hkuly to full bolow -J'J.O 0 major- itv over Srott. Thu voto for District was iuiii b moie '.nterest centered in tho outside of C.u i.i-i.-.a i .1 Congressional c-impak'n than in tho CAN' in.v, Nm Sutc contest- The LeL'i.sla- cxc'ting eh c i.-n ever Iv-ld in C.u'tori. I Attornev. in which 'f was oxpuct'-d D-j- turo last vM'iter so gerrymandoi ed thu intL-resi, i-i nt. _.e: 01 to the i l.mcev Nicol, the Tanminy no n'.nee, Stale as to be mo a.iy cjrtaiu of e.ect- ex-jlubion of .-v th.n ,r s iest would fall far belpud inn voto for C.rant. ing a ni.'.j irlty of the Ojio delegation vote e'.er kn. n ..3 I ;.d u--l- v, ill show thai he has a o! in the national their pirty. ness was pra.-i-iMy s s n 1 l t'-ie j re.i ovt-r (loff, the Fusion c-.r.- liasod upon the returns of last fall, the greater part of the i; vvrts a big didato All tho Tammany c.inlid-.i'. n gerrymander showed taal sixteen Dem- day for the v-st pocnei MI 1 this for Iho other co-mty ol'ices, n ur >ly ocrats and ti-.e H -pu'jhca.is would be upsi-i the calcul ot iu.. h il ii ad- eiccted e.s all ov-r t'n-v ixt- er.t Tho result of last fall's election could j intense foeliiig was m.ni'f. s: -d an hard not be rcl.el iifon, as indicat- i work w-.s do'ie b1. 'vo s ills. shemr presidoni. trie Koa-'d ot Aidi r- and county c'u-ri. ma jorities of The vote for Sup-rio- 'il.re-i and city court in Iges ing th" exact political Status uf new Tne t n I :'.r- same m -riiy in favor diStrKls, a.i thera vv.ii .i factional rigut ii.-s b_ i'1 i -d l e co'.-ir-. by T.i.ni.i.iny caiidid.iti s In the city in lii'publi.an at the time. Reporta fro'.i M lin.i i i y are None who cj.vecliy un 1 th.e tint is r1...- s'tuunn believed there vvoald bo a ticket, an I t'ns c i-, i--. delL-gai.ion 01 S vtoen to live. It no.v Iloiinc s. 'L'l i looks AS t t.ic r'-s'ilt v.otild give favor of Me'-Ti-iI .1' Tuc Dcmoc'-ats a b-ire majority in the dele- D. .ts i, gatio'i T'l" li -'.il in tne Sixteenth dis- i1 i ihe ,'.11 .1 M trict b'. i.'. ecn ihe au- iuv taor of tariff law. and ox-Liouton- ant Governor c na- tional ii't-rest. Noi'... r-i isi: .el in tho h'-nio. -.iicioss i. Co- Uuilod h.i-, OLL-ii iiioiti closely lhj.n M -ivin'.oy's a ma- CO Oi'O votes have bei-n cast out of th- if The county ce's nre. tieieroro, tho T im nominees. Cn.int, n- m in. sheriff. C.i-guch. county cU-r.c. A; n pii'.sid--it of tho 1! >ard of Al- dei j.en r e ry .1 i-n-n- I il di i'-> in ;ln-city. Tue D.-m.-c- _'iv 's R -an .1, n'e'V r.'u-'- IKI  n't -T'i in c-o-n- tno r-'-'i-.i-d a lelegrp. 11 m.: t 'e i i >ntv for I'atti- f vi s'' T. 'lis'-i twontv-fonr dist'-iots 's-miniator R.010. I'afison A17V of c gain 1. v. lisi ,iro Tammany no-inn 's AI' 'a- ca-i'li la i-i 'h "siv-h. Tenih anl on listrici- .iro on the Fusion tirkot Ti-nmanv's victories foi inombors of the- Hoard of Al-lerm-n aro in tho same propo: tion as f) the In Ricitnond (St.iton Island) D-m for r ra-i 1 of bis lickut and it is beli'ivd his majority in Ihe county will reach Thu for Assnvihly bot.M-on Croak, C.fl'i contest lor Assnvi'ily Ijol.veon i.roaK, ]'ii'-ks Coin- v, '-I" of D'-TI Smith. Rep. was los'-. of P.i I C-o.i'x is thought to pulled through, from the hoaiu of Mc'vinley at ten o'cbvk st that ho has carried the city of Caiuo'i by 300 and Stark Co.mty majority. Ills ard showed a Republican gain of 3S5 and the -'.i-r. by a small majority. ne tr.iins of Assemlilymen mile by tiiu Ih'inuc.iALs will them tho IjC'f- isiati.ri) on j.int b.iilot, bo'i, a Repiibhcaa gi-.u Tyrone, I'a 110 :na-.............. jority. a gain of eh ci'.on   r .s-lt. Tho is n i'v, a of .VJO. Tin- i-iaim Me Km- Chest'-r f'.ninty Ten 1 is m s i', "le i-m --.ii'- ,ev .s elcctio-i bv majO.'ity. Democuitic of T1. Tr --r, i V m- Ti.ol.tai vow in Countv, j uorks Cjuntj T'-n of -I'cV." for in the SOT.-T p-c-. incts missing, gives U' s >i'- I T.-i-nv-first ihstri.-t of .T. Ryan, for of at.'.'.U: in that coiinty at Kr-n T d. i K; .M.O 1. 3romlev. J'.i.i'.T'. All but oao precinct] Moiiro" ('-i.nt-.- I'.ittl-ion J.f. 0. T'n. ir d i-; ru-t. T L I'.un- prei Ryan '.s.-vT'-. .-ojuley :5ujU'J. Dem 1. I d.st-ict. StorO'-, 10.77-i; Cox.rrovc, i Second dis- jili.r.iV1' -r.ci. Rep., Drown, j County, D Uem., i majority Thirteenth Congrej- 1 D.u.; i.in Co i ,'y. '-tite'.; iional dist.i'jt that Dungan. Dem., an majority 'a runninr iii_r. i1 m r.iirlj-foiirth dist-ict, I'.. i, C I'- I U No v. "i. .1 :i m' s .1. 1'. 'd. n Ren., is rc-o'icti-d in tho Twen" v-'ifM Congressional dist-i. t bv a large ma- jority. An 'TV Xov -Payne. Rep., car- i, T, M'l i-f-v ravno. iten.. ct SDOV. tuat Dungan. Dem., an majority l.sivi; !J.', considerably behind his W f n 1 r-n', ,-i- :h" ,7 Congressional I ty.-'JO, iK.n n i.'-i. j of to have, jtist been Co in'.v. D "n i orit-.- i Jl'j e.icM'in districts of citv giv" the j.epunlicar. I York Dem mairi-i- ---..ij, t.reenleaf. Dora., for Congress, ovor .00 if tru'1. insure tno election ty i v of tel.-rrr.irns 1 .inn tj .__.__._____ Tv.n to received at ttTs. if jf McKinley. of tho telegrams states that Wayne County McKin- ley 000 ma] v.-hich shows -i chang-o of votes in his favor. Tho other slates 1'iat. in li precincts of County, McKmloy'b tiorae, Mc- made a uf s4i; This information h.i- :.ot yi t been contra- ic'.ed nor by oliiciai Lehigh County trueh Pattisnn plurality. Montmir 1 mi- joriiy of R-ip. .t Clarion County. -.it" 1 :ni- joritv of rain of y, Nov. -One, lundro'l out of in I'.os- j longi.r- Kiisscll, Uern..  l-i-1 r's plu- jn ralitv of D'un. g.u-i I j-j" >ng O.'in'v, i i -.11- .-.ixtv-tv.-o t-.wnsin Massaci.us'-llsgive At-tuo o'clock this morning an j j.jritv: D-n gain it' j- l.'J'.'J: 11 Ri.s- cial tflesrr-itn --vas here an- inty. gavo Congres- -r-iuiof 101. I'.r.ick'jtt In. M.-Rin'.. J Yorr; C-.anty. P.misjn p' .-a'.r.y; Vr.t un for If ,i :7ia- is _" i I. j J p.'J- v.o "nuti ir-jd precir.cr.s out of J'ii for 1 r i :i" s ;-'i" i-i.'or- ra'itv D --n I' _ i .10. lunsi li. It, r.> 1.'. gono for liiO lirr-t time iu t.-.c.ity-'ix c ye irs. I INOIS. j Cilirv.o. Nov. tho Repnli'io! Doii.o-- ifc cent.al com :iitto i.- t'lt'V .iii' unibi to _'iv any esi mates from the re; ir ;i th'i f i .e- e 1. friends of Co -ss in L i -vl.-r --'ai-n his election tor s'n-rMf. but his minority will bo .s nail. jn-at midnight piintto tho undoubted oli'CUoti of R.-mbliean Congress nen and six D 'in >c Ulc Con- irrosMiie... with four dis'iicts of :hti Slaio .still in doubt. DL-.iiii.-r.itii- M.it" Contr.il Committeo claim tint they have certaii'lv ir.i'nod three and proliihlv Bvo. and that they have ca-ried tho St.ito l.y a good ma o-itv. Returns on 'stato ticket aro co in slowly Oily ei ,'ht counties in thrt Sfito ovclusivo of Cook havo thus far be--n hoard from. Tho vote of these OM Stitn Treasu -cr gives Amlnirir. R.-p., net plurality over Wilson. D--III. DAVVI-I i i Nov. 5 Republican, claim oleclion of Cannon to Congro-s by iO majority. D vnojrats claim district still in doubt. MOW HA MPS HIKE. Cox  v. Dem is, liu-ti'.l to Congre.s- in the 1'irst ;uid thai Iho Second dis- trict is very the chances being in f.ivorof Moore, Rep In towns tho Democrats gain Is members of tho House of Ri At their In a lijii irlt'i-s in this city they claim they h.iv carried it by a goo 1 nnjoritv. One hund'-etl and forty-four towns in .Vow il'impslur- show a D >.nocratic gain of 'I', me'iibirs of tho L -giai-iU'ru and iiiiiications point to tlio "ied'on of Amsd'-n. D-in., for (lovornor McKlu- QC-V is dec t Coiigrf ss The gain in 111 towns is over and A'li.do'i. Dom., is probably elected by tne people, .ind tho lure i-, piobably insuring tho lion of a D mocrat to succeed United.s.1 ti s nor 15 air. MclCiniiOy, D'MII.. is r lecled in Pirsr, Congres- sional district. The ll.-mocr.its also claim tho Sicond district. i.N s KsOTA. Mi VM: is hard to prod it-1 the iijiiili of idectioti in tbU Stale, but it loo is.n tho iga Merriam. Rop.. 1 be I "-nor, I housrli bv a much rod.ice 1 m iiorily. lluturns are coming in slowlv. both from tho and Minneapolis and St. Paul will I. itli g> f) M-.i-raiic. but tho Republican -n.i i -'-TS .-l.iini the vo'o in the c .unt-ry f >r M -rn.i u vvill more than olfsi-i tins. s-i.J U-p.fo.-Con- gress in Ih" i o i-th distri l may Ije de- feated Tue tin Congressmen are in a' 1 p- ib.Ii ty olocu-d. il K III -A --Returns from all parts of tin S'.aie v. ill he late and from points ihev will not i.o forth'-om- t'.., The (..iberria 'or, i'il nes are nnki'ig a "ii n, 'A r i I i-'n.uicos in f.n n- of tho RepiMiln ,111 nominee. The Domocrals claim ihe First. Sixth and Con- gr'-ssion.ii districts, -Aitri thy Tentn Uoubiful. The commill'-o .-l.ii.os tha' not, suHioienl re-turns havi; received to base, an estimate upon C" r-'t'.rn-. in "v r V, o.nt..-. 1'. I1' .'...I '-at to D ,1. o-.er and'.'-r. in I.v- N .ro-v. in f..: T.-i.rl- O.'.. Nov. .'V-m., has carried Washington Coii'ity M. by majority, a Dorn- o'-ratif gain of 70s ovor Iwo yo.irs ago. Maryland sends an unbroken Df-mo- cratic doiniration to Congress. McK'aig defeats McComas by about300and Comp- ton wins Mudd by bOO. The other D.-rnocraMc tnajoritios aro in tho thou- sands. ARKANSAS. R'K K. Nov. !5. With sin- g'.': of troubl': al J'nio v.-.-ier'.- ,i ii'-j-o deputy sh'-riff fa'ally a ri'.Hceman navi'-d 1 shot two more, all v. 'h" lion in Arkansas v.-as R.-'-irns coming in ;ndi'-ato Demo'-ra'i'' li.o lion in S -p''--i.b'-r. r. in n l.. sii...ik, oi to Iho nouiM.ees for l o'lgress. cn'.it in ihe I'llm, Seveujli and Ninlh Ion. Dem, .-ai th aud Uaighl, Rep., Ij.i Fifth. Toi-FKA. ICin.. Nov. Returns iO counties no uatoight have gond six and f'.vo for tlio Alliance. Roturns on the St.iui iiuh, the re-election of dovorno'- Humphrey. Kop bv in.nnn to li.nno plurality. For the first lime in -uinvy -ars K.insas w ill bond a broke i R ic.in duiogatlou lo Congr-'ss. Moonlight. O.'in., ii elected iu the Fir-u hstrbi and tho Sevonth distiu-l i-> in dou it. I I VV IVIUAX M is. Nov. town- ship, a-id w.ud- iu the S'.ito give Mat- thews, I. PS. Trusler Ten nhips in linl.ana givo Mat- thews. D-'in.. 1.174. Triisler, Rep-, i.Ml. In is-i3 K.i'iie tnvnships gave Cleve- land i .'.'.'I li.i-.i.on D -miM-ratlc loss Ropublii an 1 >ss not Dein- ocr.idc gain U7J Fitly low n -irips in In'.ian.i giv" Mat- thuw.s I'l.'i.H. T: usler s l I! VKOI.IN C'li v in oi i i No-.. Rep., in till' Nllllh disiiiiT. is de- by Cra.vfonl, li.-'ii, by nia- N .v Fifty precincts shoiv .1 D 'iii.M-i 1.1 mi Hi I, I i >..i Stato iiri. v a vi. Wn IN. N .v. SI HIW Ropiibli. an or i., Tn will p: i.bald v go Reiniblican bv a majority Ri from !h" are coming in v m-y '-low I'i es.-ul in- dications point L. lie election of I ho en- tin- R'jpulilicin S'a'e Hi add Ne u 11 ,im i re VI. V.tAM 15iiiMt.vi.ii vi, NOV .r. Uanlchnad, votes in for Congress -Si.vth disl'ic.t- and is un- doubt lly fle.-t.-d Tnere weru only t'nn e ttcinng in this city Tho election was all ovi-r the State VOICTll A VI i sot T II I) I'V J'ls-.i K. Nov. 'i In Noi th South D.ikoU the R-'ji'ibl'i in can-lid ite'i aro elected b> m ij ln.il, are ly r.ducod C.irli-r, i-i cb-cled to Congress, bin ih" o'li'-i.il coiinl will prob ibly b" n. i v. K I I I V. IjOfisvn i r, K'v Nov r. It is rea- sonably tain t n.it o .i of ele.en Con- dislrnis in 1C. n'u.-kv len hrive (j.ini- mi.-r.ili'- by in -rc-asud ma- jonl'.os 'I'll, dis'rict is m doubt X V Hni.i N v, Nov chairman of R. p -1 in Si.it" n- mlltee, 1. i.'-.- in In" tii.n of and .1 "i 'iitjof tno Re- publican Siat" Sen itors. I I.IIKID.V, .1 I.-ON vn i i Nov. 1. -Tho D'-mo- majority. I'.o'h DMIDO-n'if Con- gr'-ssm'-n -.r" by larg. ly in- creased majorities. SAN Nov. ib- iicans in Mils .-ounfy an 1 city R'i- liirns from tho S'at" are corning in but so far they favorable to MarKham, R' p JA' Nov. "i --Th'! pass.-.l off .j'li'-tly through tii" s-nt" The in- dications ar" 'haf i Congressional d'-i'-.-ation ha-, b'-'-n el'tc- IC'l T r. v v KT.. N r Nov. I'.-'io-r-itio n.'v ori'v fo" >r is in "00. il'.ano. R'---.. --i-it.'.j Third i.-'.-.r.d i i-.-: v of a pill's knew !'i r i -M, A iis'ii! rc.r, v- is .....s I dr.tun r vo i i o bl.unif r. H 1' tl'f's H 10 I I .1 It the -i 4-i f e I' .e too. d-.-vv i......- "i-1 '................ii-i- u-t-s .i i f. n-o 1 >i n. u par! l the il ii 'I'M. H'1 i'-il i: pistol i" HILT lln- prial a'id I u- pM c1 i i. .1 will reeov "1 n- ..ih--- -M i i w .vas shot as 11 nl v si' v in n.-e I i-'u c, A i-ini to ii.. rim i: 11. ,-rt. I I I'll u -li. I'tii'-i-i i Nov cir- cles an-gre.r I v -1 "v v' -i! p- pears to have h -IM .in a.I n it .1' h .salo elei-iion fruids A it is Said, vv.is ciinc, ct.-ii lo ''.nod iheelt.y with bogus f of illegal Itis.sii; -.I'hil thoi-liib roo'n of a vv e 11-k nown  's I -i r s. i; n a i li .1 i' forgery. C'lairman'l' i i', the reci'ipts vsei-c put .ml in Lie I.V OHO of th' bo V i-n n o 'I I'o .'.e is -i 'i.i'.'l- jn j I s 1 1 i .11 how in .1 11 'piib; "iliir I fn> if ill. U' N Y., .Nov. i'.iU'ii-.; .1 j, a ui -inbor of tne polu-.i A .u- I ij.-rii V'ster 1 "M c'i "f murdering his wife I'.-il'or. Monday The c.m- Isshro i led in invsLi-rv. Wnli-b 'ienil he v. .Mil Lo 11 is lee i U LI-I i d.i. l.i' hit found his wit in- -i-.i'il. oi ID door She w.is frribly II.- cluros trial lie d not know how roc.oivr.'d her injuries. i" coiiplo havn not 11 Ti-d h a; 1 v an'I V. c n ij is o.-ea vi i y _.-aioiis of liis Iron steamship no' U, of "''.'i was .Uscovcrf'd lob" fir" b't-.v-'cn decks Mon lay nij-hl v i.eri -i1 s- ..f porl Tin- stea-n'-r was half a mile v.i-st of w'.i.-i" in a b.id posilion. The -.ca ,i" i and poii n led or. the r i s The Rr-.-Molils belong-, so Tramporial ion Com and ''r-' 'V.i- basli "s'l.....H-r-e.i i.c.n'i hard and 100 tons of frelglit _ An J n i i t ion Nl V'.I.K. Nov. ['i s'. rd. i. i n i" out u j' 11 i ri r I. i r in ii.gard to R.-v 1' lA.i.'l r-o.'i cent ac- nsatiori that a '-.-rrain captain ri'-i-iv-l -7.111 v n blackmail fiom pn-cmct. Tin- c'o- .tl-i.1-, -li ity of tho is.itm.i and pi a rigid inn'i MOD of jud'j-'n'-'i I ''if- ir'i'f.-r .-'.n be thoroughly 1 by the police A KA.VSAS Cn v, Nov I'.inT- ham fi" Sntid iv nigh t an i it has since as.-eri.uu( d that, h-i i, ft behind him forg'-d Is of tr.uisf- r .i.id of trust upon Hi" s-.i-r- of m-, ,-i--i inoth'-r, Mr- L.-orc-cC i: r. h.-uu. v.-hi'-h .iggp-j-a'cd about sj-, n ,n. '-v.ii sp'-nl in lining wilh vtrli.it is NI'-.-'-iH '.ro- n is of i' r i1 ing g'.'-l I. f MI-IK k ;i IM< li rli) f V-i Nov c fln'-s' vi His '.f i n'-clr." i1' has utly found in l 1 i, 'i' f. 1-1 i! 11 o. -o'._-. s J-b" t'i" n.aT..p .-i v.-, has l-.---.-i f'-w i- i it i .-I...ii u.ivi. j wi .'.-s.iliy kr.ov. n for  ii..iiiti  r I J-i the on j Congressional i Tioga inty. 0 c, Hop, olected. over itv: Dem. I T, ,r. C-Titr--- C i J.' 'v from gajn K n'-l gain for i S---. .--itv wn to.vns of M anJ of >r '-rn- I Tr or. JnciCK I Rjs-j.jhs .r.i'.i-.y ;.j.- j i.; Dorn. in the S'.af- id'- of as he- has so far. and all .0 is "I'-ci'-.-i flov.-rnor i Ir.'-v r.a-.e .ntr-' i-. .ri 'iistr.'-l rv: 1 sforsr .nd for ri '.ng another in th'-- Trnrd disVri-t. XX TH '.r.r-MiMA. S. C. Nov. -No .rV :n r r.i ID I in thi certain ti'.r- of All tho :-rs and candidat'-s for tT i, .u i, ;jO gignatur, s ;.s t' CTt-r prt-st-r.t' j in a si t." ;-i Can- ada.   

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