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   Titusville Herald  (Newspaper) - February 5, 1887, Titusville, Pennsylvania                                TAKJENOTICE L BSNDHEIMS Mammoth stock of BOOTS AJNtX SHOES la offered Regardless of Cant for the next 30 days mile j L BENDHEIM8 BOOTS SHOES fur tii 30 CALL AND BE CONVINCKP FIRST DAILY PAPER IN THE OIL REGIONS VOL XXII NO 202 TITUSYILLE PA SATURDAY FEBRUARY 5 1887 WHOLE NO 7296 PCBUSBED DAILY Srsuiir EICEPTEJJ ESTABLISHED 1865 XSJfJiY C BLOSR Editor and Publixtier The Moruins Herald delivered by curriers or oy mail for Seven Dollars a one dollar and seventyfive ccnta Jor three months in advanso MURDEROUS DESPERADOES PUBUSHJED KVEKT THCBSBAY ESTABLISHED 4859 Ouo Dollar and a Half a year in advance Postage free in United States or Canada Foreign rates Ten Shillings and Foarponcs or Ten Marks and 46 pfg Advertising rates furnished upon application tithe Counting Room Correspondence containing interesting im portant news solicited from these parts OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY NOTICE The undersigned will not be responsible for any debts contracted by his employees uulesB he accepts a written order froru ihern H C BIOSS Prop HEBALU January 1 1887 WEATHER INDICATIONS Fair weather followed by rain or snow warmer northeasterly winds becoming variable THE OIL MARKET Record of Bnainess at This and Other Exchanges Yesterday TilosYUjLE Feb little business was done on Change today The market was anything but healthyreaching but three point above the opening and closing at the lowest figure of the day The range of pricss was as follows 67e 66Jo C7f c 67o 67fo and 6Gf2 to close The impor tant Held news was from Keibold The received the following specials from different correspondents AT OTHER EXCHANGES Oil City Pittsjf Bradfd New York Opened 67 G7g Highest 67 67 K 66 66 67 590000 Lowest Closed Sales Clearance 2096QOO 1251000 Liverpool dper gallon London G cl per gallon Antwerp Hefd pettn paid aud New York Heflned EEIBOLD BUTLEB Pa Fob decker No S still makes about 200 barrels The Phillips JXo 4 oa the Heid farm is making 60 barrels an hour They think they pay streak and she is making her bestliekgTheir No 3 on the same farm is making 45 barrels per hour BUBOHFEELD Pa Feb 4 a m 3 is now flowing at the rate of 30 barrels hourly The Lsi deoker is doing business at the rate of 175 barrels per day The Phillips 4 is 22 feet in the sand with 700 feet of oil in the hole BTJKOHZTELD Pa Feb 4 p Phillips 1 is flowing at the rate of 60 barrels hourly from the lower pay streak She is doing her best and think will decline rap idly BtrEOHPlELD Pa Feb 4 p Do not think the Lsideoker well will in crease any by deeper drilling or any of the oilier wells Think Phillips 4 will be off considerable by morning BarPaiKSTS CBABTEBS AND BUNS The following table exhibits the charters shipments and runs for Feb 3 and for the month to that date Charters 13042 Previously reported 49126 4 62168 20723 62595 2895 435 358 180677 Total Daily average for month traasrirslupments all districts Tide water shipments Southwest Penn shipments Mackaburg shipments Previously reported Total shipments Daily average Tiaasifc runs Bradford Traait outside of Bradford Tidswater runs Southwest Penn runs runs 246455 8215ii 19674 20554 5447 660 Total Transit nmsfor the month to date Transit outside of Bradford Tidewater runs for the month Souttrwest Peon for the month SJaoksburg runs for the month Total Daily average FINANCIAL 58739 68S5S 65083 15627 29664 32S 180200 60067 BOARD A TRAIN AND RESCUE A CONFEDERATE At Ravenna OTwo Cleveland De tectives Wake a Brave Fight for Their Prisoner but Are Riddled With Bullets fBY ASSOCIATED PEKSSTOTHE HEBALD Prices of Stocks and Bonds oa tbfc New York Markets NEW YORK Feb 4 Money on call was easy at per uent last loan closing at 3Hi per cent Prime mercantile paper at sterling exchange dull but steady at BOSDS OnitedStfttosSs 100 lOnited do 4s couo 63 of 95126 BAILBOiD EXPRESS USD TELEGRAPH STOCKS Adsms Kzpress144 Nor Pacific pfd Alton T Haute 30 North Alton T H pfd 80 Korthwesternpf d 5 39 American Exg 108 New YorkOent Ill Can Southern 56 OregonSavigatn 98 Central Pacific Trans Ohictgo4Altonl42 i Oregon Imprvmt 87 Chicago A pfd155 Mail61 Ghieago B Q137s PnllmanH3 Del Hudson K1 BeadingS5 Del Island125 DenABio Grande 23 Paul 87 Erie30 St Paul Erie pfd jSL Paul A 0 47 niinoie CantralX332 St Paul 0 pfd1063i Kansas Texas Pacific21 Lake Erie W 18 Onion Lake Shore92 U 8 Express 61 Louisville A Nash Wab P H Michigan Cent SV4 WStL APpfd 24 Missouri Paoiflc Fargo Expresal29 New Jersey Cant 66 W U Tel 73 Nor A West ofd 44 Southern Pac Northern Pacific 26 9ntro 28 A school honss in tho county of Two Mountains 30 miles from Montreal burned Thursday night Three sisters aged 10 11 and 12 respectively daughters of Mr Amj Dross of Ste Maniqae and another young j girl daughter o Mr Joseph Forget who j slept in the place were burned to death Tbe se creiary of tbe Kansas City National League Club says there is no trnih ia the reported purchase of tha St Louis Feb The most daring and successful attempt that was ever made in this vicinity to rescue a prisoner occurred early this morning on the Cleveland Pitts burg Express which left this city at oclock last night for Cleveland So desper ate were the confederates that two of Cleve lands detectives were fatally wounded Captain Haebne and Detective Hnlligan of Cleveland having received a requisition determined to return to Cleveland last night with their prisoner Harry McMunn who accused of having been concerned in the recent extensive fur robbery in that city Tney took every precaution to prevent any attempt that might be made by the pards of McMunn to rescue him Securely hand cuffed the prisoner was placed ou board the train at the outer depot in Allegheny He took his arrest very coolly and seemed anxious to cause the detectives as litile trouble as possible The Express sped on and at 2 oclock this morning Alliance Ohio was reached At that point 5 men boarded the train and passed through several of the cars Finally they saw the officers and their prisoner sitting in the saiokuJK car No sign of recognition passed between MoMunn and the men They sat down a few seats from the prisoner and in a few minutes the Express continued on its course When Eaveuna was reached the five men arose suddenly from the seats and without warning drew their revolvers on the officers There were but a couple of other passengers in the car and the confederates of McMunn were complete masters of the situation Their quick action gave them the drop on the officers One of the men demanded their prisoner but instead of complying with their request the officers jumped to their feet feet and tried to draw tneir revolvers They were too late The five men opened fire on them Capt Haetme reeled and tottered over into tbo aisle with bullets in his shoulder and thigh As he fell one of the gang jumped on him and kicked him till he lay still as death When the firing first commenced Detective Hulhgau received several bullets in hia body He still attempted to defend himself and another volley was fired at him until eeren bullets had pierced hi body He tottered and fell insensible in the seat He was then kicked until his head was split open The few passengers that were in the smoking car became terrorized and hid under the seats The alarm spread to the other cars and the trainmen and other pas sengers hurried forward A frightful scene met their gaze Stretched out but a few feet anart were the bodies of Detective Hnl ligan and Capt Haehne The floor was covered with blood and the seats in the ear near where the shooting had occurred were pierced and shattered by the bullets that iad sped from fire revolvers The prisoner and his rescuers had disappeared in the ex itement having jumped from the train 411 trace of them was lost in the darkness The Kavenna police were notified and a posse started out at once to scour the country The injured men were made as cemfortable as possible and then taken on to Cleveland arriving there about 6 oclock this morning A large reward has been offered for the ap prehension of their assailants but the latest dispatches from Ravenna state that they have not yet been captured It is believed that they escaped without injury CLEVELAND Feb The train bearing the two wounded men arrived in Cleveland about oclock this morning At the depot the ambulance and a large easy gpringed covered wagon was m waiting Capt Haehne was placed in the wagon and sent to the City Hospital The ambulance took Hnlligan to his home corner of Bond and take streets On arriving at the hos pital the house physician examined Capt Haehnes wounds The brave officer was shot in the hip the bullet aaving passed length trise down his legs and being em bedded in the flesh Another bullet took effect iu the left arm and passing from th e wrist upwards came out of the elbow He also received a severe cut in the head Hnl ligan had four cuts in the head One was made by the couppling pin and this it is feared has fractured his skulL One ear was was also half cut off Tha physicians think that Capt Haehne may recoveralthougb his injuries are very serious Detective iinUi gans condition is very critical If inflam mation sets in be will die One of the bnrg Jars was shot and bis pals carried him from the train and made their escape Jbief Schmitt was notified of the awful affair Upou receipt of the telegram from tho con ductor of the train he went to the central police station and sent a number of telegrams to different parts of the country giving ft description of tbe desperadoes and asking that a lookout be kept for them When Captain Haehne arrived at tbe City Hospital be seemed to be near the brisk of death His face and clothes were covered with the blood that had flowed from his many wounds He was immediately un dressed and placed m bed Dr Sayre the house phyeician sent for Dr Parker and tha two surgeons proceeded to wash and dress tbe wounds Tae captain was suffer ing from a concussion over the right eye bis bead beinc laid open to the skull bad also received another bad cut over hia right ear Both these wounds were made by tha coupling pin Tbo brave officer was snot in the part of the thigh The took downward cottve tad puted into the muscular part of the leg It was located but the physicians thought best not to remove it Another gunshot wound was in the right forearm The ball struck above tbe wml and following the muscles came out opposite the elbow The third finger of his right band was also lacerated by the teeth of one of the assassins After tho were dressed the doctors darkened the room and ordered that no oua should talk with the injured man Patrolman Irwin who had been stationed at the bospita1 went to tbe central station aud reported to the superintendent giving that official a disoriptioii of the ussassins as made by Oapt Haehue The captain in bis statement oC the murderous assault said that he three suspicions characters boarded tho train at Alliance He took the precaution to walk through the oar aud look out on the platform Seeing no one he returned to uis seat At llareuua three meiTenterec the ear from the rear dopr facing tbe captain They walked through the aisle until they reached tbe seats occupied by the two officers Hulli gans back was toward them and draw ing a coupling pin wrapped in white paper one of the men struck the detective a terrible blow on the bead knocking him almost senseless into the seat At the same time two of them covered the captain with their revolvers and ordered him to remain quiet Hulligan called for help and Haehne disregarding the pistols aimed at his breast jumped to bis feet drew his revolver and fired The assassins returned the fire and the man with the coupling pin again struck Hulligan and then ran along the aisle and broke the lamps In a moment the car waa in total darkness and a terrific hand to hand struggle between the brave police captain and liis four assailants en sued Twice the thieves knocked the captain senseless to the floor and both times he recovered consciousness almost uu mediately and returned to the combat The first time be fell one of the murderers said Weve killed him l him lay there He did not lay however Tit jumped to his feet and piuckily continue tie fight All this time Bnllimsu waa jiuconscious and tbe assassins dragged him handcuffed to tbe prisonerfrom the car to the ground Haebne finally fought his way to the platform of tho car where the baggageman and freighf conductor found him The county commisHiouers and the police board have offered a reward of for the capture of the burglars Both of the wounded officers are resting quietly tonight but the of recovery are strongly against them The country about Kavenna is being scoured by detectives and police man in tbe hope of capturing the despera does DISASTROUS FLOOD FEARED The Waters Continue Risingat Cin Elsewhere CINODSNATI Feb river at H oclock tonight ia 55J feet and is still rising at the rate of an inch an hour The apparent deflection to the north of the cold wave increases the possibility of a dis astrous flood hero Access to tba Central passenger dspot is now cut off and the Cin cinnati Southern the Cuioirmati Indian apolis St Louis Chicago the Ohio Mississippi the Bee lane the New York Penna Ohio the Cincinnati Washington Baltimore and Oolambas Cincinnati Midland roads are compelled to discharge andreceive passengers at the Eighth street crossing Freight movements are also seriously cudanged and a little more rise will cut off some of the freight depots Ke ports from up river points say the rise con tinues Disastrous floods are reported in the Big Sandy Little Miami and the Licking rivers At Falmouth on the latter river distilleries and sawmills and other manufactories were submerged and suffered much loss The river was full of the contents of fields and granaries Many bndgss on turnpikes were carried away throughout the country At Butler Ky the Licking was within a few inches of the highest mark known which was in 1854 In Newport Ky there is al ready considerable encroachment on the lower portions of tbe city Six inches more of water will cut offstraet car travel between Newport and Govington Ballot Box Bluffers i sensational testimony was presented before the New Jersey assembly election committee in Cam den today by the Eepnblicans to prove that the ballot box of Central township was opoaed by the Democrats and enough votes changed from flames to Turley to insure tho election of the latter to the assembly on a recount Wm Cbambly a locksmith of Philadelphia testified I was sent for to come over to New Jersey to open a box and went and opened it It waa in last November It was an awful dark and stormy night I crossed by tbe ferry There wai one man with me Wbaa we got across we got in a carnage We drove around the corner Another man got in with tbe man we came across the river with We drove up the country a good distance and stopped we got to tho place where the box was it was a private dwell ing There was no one there I carried my tools picks files etc with ma I opened the box It was that box pointing to the township Tbat is the one I opened I picked it open There were papers in it but I did not see what they were Then I unscrewed the locks and made the keys to fit them Tbese keys I gave to the men I was paid by one of tne men Then I entered tbo carriage and was driven nearly to the railroad station and I went home A remedy on the basis of intrinsic worth demands the confidence of all Dr Balls Cough Syrnp is known ana used most sumfftctotily throughout tbe land aa is attested by salw Your drug gut it THE DAY AT WASHINGTON THE RAILROAD ATTORNEYS BILL PASSED BY THE SENATE Interstate Commerce Bill Signed by tho PresidentSecretary Manning and Treasurer Jordan to Officer a National Bank HI ASSOCIATED JiKSt TO THIS UKUVUDJ WASHINGTON Ftfb the Senate to day a bill wus pissed witU but cue dis Hetiting vote to credit and pay to the several mates and territories itud to tho District of Columbia all tnuuoys collected under the direct tax levied by tno act of August 5 1SGI After oousidaruble dfecassios ftiid tho rejection of several anioudaieuts tlie Senate passed Hoars substitute to tho Beet rriroad nttorueys 39 unys 14 TUe following is tUe text of tbe bill That it shall be unlawful for auy mem ber of either house or Congress to accept employment as attorneyatlaw or payment for services of any kind in opposition to the United States in any case to which the United States may be a party or in which its interests may be concerned or from any railroad company if such member shall huve reasonable cause to believe that measures specially nffocting the interests of such company are pending before Congress or are about to be sa pending during his torm of office Any person who violates the provisions of this act ahull be guilty of a misdemeanor and may be punished by im prisonment not exceeding one year or by fine not exceeding or both in tbe discretion of the court In the House messages were received from the President vetoing bills granting pensions to Alexander Falconer and Wm Lynch It was agreed that the Senate bill for the recoinago of the trade dollar be made a special order for Feb 12 The day was spent in considering private business A SWEEPING INVESTIGATION The House joint resolution for nn investi gation of the Pacific Railroad accounts ro dnoed to the form of a bill was reported to tha Senate by the judiciary committee today It provides for a sweeping inyesti gation during the progress of wbiou tho funding bill will not be pressed Itpro vides for tho protection of tlie interests of the government by authorizing the Presi dent to redeem any of the first mortgage lien and provides that for the future shall be paid to the government 40 instead of 25 per cent of tho net earnings Mr Hoar gave notice he would call it up at the earliest opportunity A PEST The President bus received a letter from Hon C M Olay of Kentucky calling at tention to a report that i cargo of English Australian rabbits is at sea bound for lie United States He flays he has made clo inestic live stock of all kinds a study and that it would be better to have pleuro paeumonia smallpox aud cholera spreud over the United States than to suffer the ravages which will result from the impor tations of these rabbits The matter was re ferred to the treasury department One of tbe officials of the department said today that as there is no law to prevent the im portation of the rabbits the matter will be laid before the committee of ways and means for such action as may be deemed necessary INTEBSTATE COMJIEEOE BILL A LAW The President today signed tho inter state commerce bill The signing was iu full accord with the opinion of Attorney General Garland rendered to him on last Monday and it is very well understood to be ia accord with the views of the cabinel Treasurer Jordan and Secretary Man ning to Resign WASHINGTON Feb Jordan admitted today that Secretary Manning was to be the president and that he Jor dan is to be the vice prssi3ent of the Western National Bank of th3 city of Now York The resignation of both officials are in the hands of the President and will bo accepted in duo time Is is expected that Mr Manning will be released after the adjournment of Congrees It is even said by some that his successor will be nominated before the adjournment De partment officials say that everything now points to the promotion of Assistant Secre tary Fairchild to the head of tho depart ment Treasurer Jordan will not leave the department before April 1st as there are certain matters he desires to dispose ol daring the intervening lime and it will be necessary for him to mitate his successor into the duties of the offioe Hr Jordan says that applications have already been made for over 86000000 of stock in the bank and that many people will have to be disapoointed as tho opital is limited to The bunk willjbegin business about May 1st Congestion of the Kidneys S J Thompson of No 878 atreof Buffalo New Yoik writes of his remarkable cure of congestion of the kidneyF Three years ago I was attacked with con gestion of tha kidneys My physician be sided administering internal remedies bad applied on my back over the affected region two ALIXJOCKS JOROUB PIASTEBS 1 re covered iu tne courso of about two weeks A year after exposure btonfiht on similar attack bat it seemed AS if tuo congestion was more severe Certainly I had more paia and difficulty in pasiiog waier In stead of calling a doctor this time I con1 eluded to try plasters alone I imrchaned a box of ALLOCOKS Ponocs PLASIKIIS and ap plied two fretib ouos every duy The pain quickly leaseotd the water flowed more freely after tbe first application and m just sixdnysl waj completely and able to Mittau my occupation SOMEWHAT IMPROVED The Situation Along the New York River Join the Strike NEW Yrnx Fob wiw a slight improvement iu tho condition of affairs on the nver frut this uioruiug Tbo steam ship companies tire slowly recovering from the stagnation to business tint tho strike first cuusod and are siuv moving freight with moro dispatch Ihnu on tiny of the past four or five days Nowhere is this moro uoticHiible than on tho East Kiver front Tho stsumeri tiro being got away ou their regular starting days and tho freight lines are once more receiving and delivering goods Iu most case the work ou tbe sttamer piars is being done by green men and the work ou the freight lines by tbe iftck hands of tho freight boats Tho tramp steamers are boiug discharged and loaded by their nvu crews assisted by Italian or other nouuuiou labor Tho White Star steamship Eopublio aud Ouuard liue steamship Oity of Cuicago scheduled to sail today with the transAtlantic mails will not be able to get off because of the strike At the headquarters of the Ocean Associ ation today it was said that Smith and Mc Neilrestaurant keepsrs hud agreed to supply a quantity of provisions for the fam ilies of the strikers and that many landlords hiifl agreed not to press them for rent Tbo strikers on the pier of the N EL H Rail road East River were today admitted into the union This makes over 400 this week Tha ooopers employed along tho piers with the millwrights joined tho strike today The painters and mechanics on the Guion Hue struck today The Italians who took the places of the strikers at tho Hudsou River depot quit work this morning Beecher on the K of L NEW YOBK Fob Iu the course of his reply to a toast at the annual banquet of tho Amherst Alumini Association toulght Bav Henry Ward Beeolier said This abomina tion the Knights of Labor is the ronult of this infernal idea of paternity of govern ment Because a few men in Now Jersey think their employers Imvo wroujed them all the nation is called upou to nuffur oa the order of this paternal governmant of tho K of L This is from want of intelligence God knows I am ft friend to the working man I am a working man I came from working stock My grandfather nud his fatlier were blacksmiths and my motherH people worked in leather Working people are being taken care of by tbo Knights of Labor instead of takiag care of themselves and people till over the land are being pun ished and business stagnated because of it Is This Ala m Premature NEW YOKE Feb an editorial ou tho strikes in the Standard Henry George says I think It a ttght in the dark tue blind push of men squeezed past endurance I think it the tirst passive form of a civil war which ironclad forts and nroiorplattd ships cannot guard us agaiust the kindling of passions and the arraying of forces that roused to full energy give cities to the flames aud destroy our very civilization itself TRADH REVIEW The Markets Stead Despite Panics Abroad and Strikes at Home NEW YOEK Feb K Dun Oo in their weekly trade review Hay Panics abroad and strikes at homo kara tasted tha strength of all the markets during the past week Ovsrhaslily it ia inferred thai pan ics on foreign exchanges mean war they may mean only a collapse of the mmsual speculation which has prevailed of late es pecially at Berlin The news in a strict sewo does not aSord much evidence of war impending but rumor and apprehension have depressed wtocks and lifted grain Thus tested the markets show unexpected steadiness Foreign unloading of American stocks has caused but a small decline in prices wililflevea in the grain market tbo advance has been conservative and limited The other markets have changed but little Coke has advanced at Pittsburgh 08 cents per ton Western nail makers will advance the price from to S205 and tbo Window Glass Association has raised u to 7 per cent The oil production WM birrelff last year against 20776041 in 1835Trunk Line east bound tonnage last year was 11 23G 102 against 1135400 for 18B5 aud west bound was 2032576 against 2045 025 The money market is a little higber as o rate than a week ago but well supplied and foreign exchange moves up today to Wheat advanced li corn 1J with meagre declines vMlfi oil declined 3jJ The business failures daring the last 7 days number for tho United States 229 for Ctaadii 82 a total of2Ct compared with 271 last week Tbe failures in Canada are nameroug ana important and in Now York city few and insignificant DuvenpDil3 Diamonds Recovered KANSAS Cur Uo Feb W Tftlbott the night clerk of tbo Giyozi Bonne Memphis who decamped Monday night with the diamonds of Funny Davenportwan arrested toriight m this city The diamonds were found intact in a satchel in Talbotts room He reaailf admitted his guilt and said he was impelled to it by hia mistresswho importuned him for money Ho had arranged to meet her litre next Tuesday when they were to go to Chicago He says he took iu of this he turned over to the offioere Ho as serts that ho thought the jawels wers wortU only Salvation Oil is the greatest cure on earth for pain This iovalnable liniment ronis and banishes all bodily pain instantly and costs only tyentyfivo cents a bottle It credibly stated that the French am bftssador at Berlin uud Count Herbert Bis marclt met yesterday and exchanged peace AttentionProduceis Strutters Wells Co PA Respectfully anuounce to their numerous patrons that they wg uow in the field with their upon which time money and the best mechanical skill hare been freely lavished in order that it might take and hold the foremost place among Oil Engines so long held by its illus trious predecessor the celebrated Warren Engine Bad cannot affect it and for strength and economy of fuel and all other good qualities required we fully guarantee ani recom mend it to all Send in your orders direct or to PAKSHALL SILL W SILL E W FAXtfSHCAILr JAMES BUODER Agent for Bradford and Allegany Fields THE TORPEDO CO Office Warren Pa Worts at Hemlock Run All Work at well Owners Risk Keproaeuted iu the various oil fields by the following wellknown torpedo men Bradford and Allegany PKSOE fc UEKN18 Sole AgcuU Ofllcea 07 lloln Streat Bradford Pa and N if Warren Clarendon send Balltown Pa 6 0 ALLEN 00 Office Warroti nud Cl Plcagaiitvillc Pst GEOKGE w VANVLIET Oil City Pa J W HAMNCV OBloo ovorFirdt National Bank Centre Street Bavilenton and Fern City Pa WL JEFFORDS Main Ouice Edonburj Kuox P O Petrotia Pa 0 N BHOWN Washington and Thorn Creek Pa V Q H10KMAN Offices Butler i Auld Hotel ingtou Pa TRADE MARK OF The wellknown and everreliable TUBiNGAND CASING Lime Pips Drive Pipe Gas Steam and Water Pipe5 Boiler Tubas etc Branch Offices and Warehouses PA PA TOWNSEND Qeneral Agent MAIN OFFICE 113 Water St Pittsburgh Pa I6uiy THE HERALD AM POWER PRINTING BliflK BOOK KlftNUFACTORY MD PIPER ROLfflftSSTABLJSHMEW New and Complete Bindery mmm n MOST IMPROVED Ail kinds of Blank Books made to order and on short notice and at very reasonable prices Pamphlets and Magazines skillfully and neatly bound Old booKs rebound   

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