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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - February 7, 1895, Defiance, Ohio Poe in especially ppm people to Call at thu office. I am always ready to show parties land in this or Paulding counties free of Cost. Now is your time to Purchase improved or unimproved Lane s at a bargain. We. E. Moll a a it so i Defiance. Ohio. Trestle on Hopkins Street. The horse run out about ten feet before it dropped through but As it broke a leg it had to be killed. The animal was a splendid roadster and was highly prize by or. Reuter it was shot and then rolled from the trestle. Over 300 people Aee drowned. Deatrick As a result of there Aee 71charter members loss of the North German Lloyd steamship Elbe. It was instituted recently a Brilliant manner. The big Ocean vessel run Down another Steamer and sunk off Lowestoft England. By ohly Nineteen escaped death. The Story of Tho terrible disaster brought to London by a news Agency Lloyd notified of the sinking of the vessel and the Story of great loss of life confirmed a the second officer and Pilot among the saved list of the vessels officers particulars very it Eagle. His escapade and was fined some thirty Odd dollars and costs for being intoxicated and carrying concealed weapons. Being Short on Cash he was locked up in Castle de Shea. Charley Young who was with Young Reuter was arrested late this afternoon. A new Law that empowers the commis a loners to place funds in Bank. There is much complaint about the looking up of 8170.000 or More in the county Treasury. This has been the result of the county treasurer requiring the payment of All taxes in Money a required by Law. The county commissioners if they deem beet can under a recent new Law make the Banks in this county the depositories of the title footy and City funds. The Banka the installation of the Martha i 6 t0 pay not les3 than one Washington hire of the ladies of the p3r cent for the u8e of he Money and a ladle social and beneficial secret order the retaliation a makes a few Omarks a Brilliant Hay almanacs and calenders free of charge at Scott a drug. Store. A London Jan. 31.-the Exchange Tele Raph company says that the North German Lloyd steamship Elbe has been run i Elin Quant personal tax. A Large Steed coloured gentleman hidden in Tho Wood pile. Exercises were gut and flushed $6 Patent leather prices Cut on $4.50 and �5 hand sewed Cork sole shoes to $3.69. $6 hand turned and shoes $4.89. $3 and $3.50 Cork sole shoes $2.69. $5 and 6 hand sewed Cordovan and Kangaroo shoes $4.49, for the next 30 Days at a Winters entertainment. Great value Job a Wpm ill i Miu Hub i for Little Money. Weekly news of the world for a trifle. N United states family newspaper of the of the United states. The eueral a a agricultural department has no8u�rio about try r s�?T8 ports Are recognized an Thorit a. A a in 8 Market re Circle a a our for a the family its Gen comprehensive Brilliant a special contract enables us to offer this splendid journal and the Republican express steamship Elbe. Owa off Lowestoft and bunk. Two Hundred persons Ara reported to have been drowned and Only Nineteen Are said to have been saved. Another dispatch to the Exchange Tele graph company from Lowestoft forty Miles from Ipswich says that the North German Lloyd steamship Elbe had been run Down off that place and that Only Nineteen persons out of 350 were saved. The Elbe foundered. No further particulars Are obtainable just at present. Bloyd notified of the disaster. Lloyds have received the following Dis Patch from Lowestoft a the Elbe was sunk in the North sea after colliding with another Steamer. Twenty people who were on Board of her have been landed Here by fishing smacks. The person saved include the second officer and Pilot thle of use is Reat a a Elbe i German Lloyd steamship g Al cams Duby Captain von Russel. She sailed from Bremen for befit in iss at new York she was unit in bbl at Glasgow and was of 4 610 Gross tonnage. She was 420 feet Ion had 45 feet beam and the depth of her hold was 30 it. 5 in. The Elbe was a Steamer and was owned conman to f,?00. Lloyd steamship company the following is the list of the officers of the Elbe Captain von go a sneer a nmn o Wilhelm Psi chief in g Fleer a. Cussed Purser w t on ii Muller physician or a chief Steward h. Plunder. Some Days ago the news and Democrat made a vicious assault on auditor Coombs for sending out cards to tax payers who stand delinquent on the personal tax duplicate. The cards asked the people of they bad receipts showing that these taxes had been paid the a a gang organs howled Long and woefully Over these cards and the feet of the coloured gentleman in the Wood pile that caused the trouble Are beginning to stick out. It is related that one of the most prominent democrats in the county who holds the office of Justice of the peace collected some $700 delinquent personal taxes in the township where he resides and turned the Money into the county Treasury and received the receipt of the county treasurer. It now transpires that the people from whom he collected this Money have received notice that they stood delinquent. Not Only that but the gentleman has received notice that he him self is in the same boat. Is it any wonder the news Anc Democrat were disturbed Over the cards sent out by auditor Coombs ? for years Back the duplicates show thousands of dollars delinquent and Only the lord and the recording Angel Are in a position to know How much has been collected in the manner stated above and no returns made of it. The work Jav m v a 1 Ca a i 11 maccabees took place january 3ist i a Lvi ample 8ecurity for its safety. The Quot Quot �?T1 tree Durer would not be held liable for ibis Money while in the depositories a futile message want. To pay Tho Banka j15, 000,000 in Gold each year for Supply of Pap Money. There was to witness the Smiths Hall. The under the direction of the installing officer mrs. Harmon of Detroit. A Large company present ceremony which is a very impressive and Beautiful one. Mrs. Amanda Orcutt called the meet my to order and gave it in charge or mrs Harmon. The officers were escorted to the altar by mrs. Minnie Smith mistress at arms and a company of sixteen guards with miss Uey Mckinney As Captain. The March is a very pretty one and with the regalia of Wiite red and Black the colors of the order was very at a Tractive. The music for the March was furnished by an orches a composed of masters Bruce Reynolds Herbert Pope Carl Wilhelm and mrs Cass with miss Cass As accompanies under the direction of prof. Smith Hie officers installed were mrs. Amanda Orcutt Mander. It or lady com w. Reichardt of purification at the court House should never be stopped until every cent that has been stolen from the tax payers is returned. Tho exposures necessary to bring about such results Are shameful disgraceful but the county will be All the better for it when the j Job is finally completed. Mrs. Carrie Bowlby lieutenant commander. Mrs. Cora Thompson record keeper. Mrs. Alta Medary finance keeper. Miss rate Hoover medical Iner. Exam mistress at warming up the fowls Movel plan iltis to for one Only $1.75, year for Cash in Advance. Subscriptions May the Republican express. Write your name and address on a postal car Semi it in r w to it3 St the regular subscription for the two papers i 82 50 begin at any time. Address All orders to adopted to induce Lay eggs. A West Hopkins Street citizen becoming disgusted with the conduct of his hens Hung a lighted lantern in the Coop and the next Day was surprised to find that they had presented him with seven eggs. This plan is said to be a dead sure thing in increasing the Supply of eggs and it is not improbable that a general illumination of Hen coops in the City will follow this announcement. Lou Davison says this scheme will not work unless there a rooster in the Coop. Lincoln at Gettysburg. A Bronze Tablet to be erected on the Field bearing i. Famous address. Is a bad mess. For a f Ainy Day. $1.00 pal value of Montana. Capital $300,000 divided into 300,000 share of each. Non assessable forever produced t a Quot a 2 mines located in a country which has too f tit m g 6 years has res of Virgin land. Has orc in �i7 7.&Quot a re a a shape it of shafts and tunnels. Der ton h i a has Ystrom 25 to $.500 capitalization to a a $36 p6r has such a Smay p cation Only 300,000, shares and no 2,000,000 shares As other companies. To Aid the company in immediately Cini to a it share of took me Obed at the extremely Low Price of ote 6in a few As soon As this Shaft is competed the shares at this Price Wal be discontinued a a id the monthly divided will these shares Are the Best investment t l the financial today. Bigger the 46-3m pay soon follow a 1 i., a in Arket by Yre better than government lids for they will interest. Write at Oie for reports and other Golden Star Gold mini 1505 Schiller theater building i feature. No company in. By Imago that is what the examiner is finding in Paulding county. The following from the Paulding Republican shows that the special examiner has found the records in bad shape in that county a Hon. C a. Yor Triode the expert sent Here by state auditor Poe to investigate the records of the treasurer s Aud auditors offices has been steadily at work since Blo arrival but has made slow Progress on account of Tho Lack of record and th1 incorrectness of the few books that were attempted to be kept. Or. Vordtriede says he has never in All his examinations found As badly a mixed up mess As he has found Here. He has found practically nothing from which to Check in order to prove any balances. Entries have been made and nothing to show where the amounts were brought from. The balances Are incorrect some of them charging the treasurer with More Money than he should be charged with others charging him with and not buy a new Safe. The merchants National Bank closes out a Deal today. The directors of the merchants National Bank closed out a Deal today with the Hall sife amp lock co., of Cincinnati for one of its latest improved fire and burglar proof safes. The new Safe will not be placed in the vault but will occupy a position in the banking room where it can be seen from the Street at All hours of the Day or night. The Safe is the finest thing that comes from the factory of the Hall people. Bucklers Arnica Salve. Bruises Salve in the world Tor cuts fever sores fat ulcer8> Salt Rheum Choih Ihno Era chapped hands. In no comes and Alf skin erupt no pay Tel Suvary a uras piles 01 give perfect san it 18 guaranteed to a we mad it that j. M pitchers Castoria. Children cry for a note the other Day Quot bpm bad turned Over v30 in Cash clothing to Rev j. M. J Ilia to be i0 Nebraska sufferers. Or. Phillips desires the statement made that As wd8 not a perg0dai contribution buta8 what Hack been col theoikund7ed Enron pfc a fid us of Oulu ferry Street. Instead township 7 Charob in Defiance of going Home the Young Man left kith Reb t1mmand eupplie8 cell ded t0 a make a few Calls the represented Defiance and while there or. Mud a a Nerrino Tor nervous prostration. Lost a valuable horse. John renters Fine roadster Breaks a lec and has to be killed. John Reuter lost his Fine driving Hoise january Slat he purchased a dressed pig Early in the evening and after putting it in a Sleigh started i son John with the Rig for his Home on South Perry Street. One of the noteworthy features of the Bill passed by the House for turn ing Over to the United states the land of the Gettysburg memorial association is that which provides for erecting on the grounds a Bronze Tablet having on it a medallion likeness of Abraham Lincoln and the address in full Affiche he delivered at the dedication of the National cemetery at that place on nov. 19, 1863. The transmitting to posterity of that address was Long ago assured for it is one of the Sublime utterance that the world Doe not allow to perish. Yet it is eminently fit that it should be engraved in enduring Bronze and set before the eyes of visitors to the greatest of american battlefields for generations to come. The Transfer of the charge of the Gettysburg grounds to the Secretary of War As a National Miff i Ary Park is also a Wise measure the maintenance of this wonderful memorial spot so. Uld now be undertaken by the United states As is the ca8e with Chickamauga Aud Chattanooga grounds. A Small appropriation of $2,000 is made by the Bill for paing the debts of the present memorial association and one of $75,000 for purchasing land opening roads and other improvements. The provision for this Transfer and for paying the debts of the association also appears As an item in the sundry civil Bill so that in one form or another it is Likely to become a Law. The Assumption of supervision by the general government Over these grounds will probably be welcomed by the states and by various bodies of survivors of the War that have erected monuments there As an Assurance of constant and methodical care and impartial superintendence. Mrs. C. Harley chaplain. Mrs. E. E. Root Sargeant. Mrs. Minnie Smith arms. Mrs. W. E. Cowen past commander. Mrs. Julia Jones Sentinel. Mrs. Alice Booth picket. Arter the exercises judge Hay a member of the knights of the maccabees gave a very entertaining address followed by remarks from or. Cass and or. Leaver. The ladies order of the maccabees is comparatively new. The first order was instituted six years ago in the state of Michigan. They now Nunter 50,000 members. Twenty five thousand of that number belong to Michigan five thousand to Ohio and ten thousand to new York. The organization of the Martha Washington hive of Defiance has far surpassed the expectations of those in charge. The charter membership now numbers 71, and will remain open fir several Days. It is a social As Well As a beneficial organization and with the interest now manifested promises to be a great Success. The new York Sun in considering the last message sent to Congress by the president says a in the message which president Cleveland sent in to Congress he proposes that the $500,000,000 of outstanding Legal tender notes shall be retired and cancelled by the Sale of an equal amount of fifty year 3 per cent Bonds payable m Gold principal and interest and receivable at the Treasury As Security at their Par value for National Bank circulation. This is in effect a proposition that the country shall pay the National Banks $15,000,000 in Gold a cry year for fifty years or �750,-000,000 altogether for supplying it with $506,000,000 of paper Money which it now gets for nothing except the loss of interest on the comparatively Small amount of Gold needed for a redemption fund the naked statement of this scheme is sufficient to insure its rejection by Congress without debate and by the entire body of the citizens except perhaps National Bank stockholders and tonal Bank of Courtesty to sheriff Rath he was _ pointed by judge w. H. Snook. E a e a faint recollection of a letter that was written during the last Campaign by Asa Teberan. Among other things he charged that the affairs Tevere Dideri no Opi Lon lower court prejudice add 0889 dj8uja8�d with out w5\hlfer tillage of Sher pe.i�1onss?user,a8 tb9 a Oldion judge j a Moore will of this county were Rotten i circuit Bench next Friday v it %. R p Fin a. I a retire from and that the candidates on the demo i cratic county ticket w re backed by the a a gang that bad robbed the tax payers considering that letter or. Rath 1 might have Felt that it was a duly that he owed the a gang a Ami himself that Teberan should be turned Down i in the circuit court. Time has proven hat to Berady a charges were True but there is nothing in All this that goes r c a ser Tho official Sten Ocra Aucar n8 s�?ob�?~,i8trict in attendance at court today and took the opinions rendered. He Joice with l b Mulfor of Pau Felt j his Little boy five years of Aire i was sick with croup. For two do and nights he tried various remedies recommended by his friends and neg Fri bor8 he says a i thought sure i would Loose him i had seen cram cough to Abow Why Deputy Sherry c7an Dall 1 my t it tvs Wao excluded unless it was calculated As a mean slap at sheriff Tuttle. Lex sheriff Rath did name the j da7 and a cure Hope and am Happy to say that after two doses he slept until morning. I bailiffs this term of circuit court it Only proves that advantage was taken of the court to punish a Man who charged and proved that the people of the county had been robbed in a most outrageous manner by democratic officials. Ifo affected 1 keep this remedy in Che House now and As soon As any of or i 8how 8i8 of croup i �?z6 tto 5�"1 and Tea in the last of j l go Cand 00 cent bottles for Sale by Loo circuit court. Lower court reversed and saner Given a new trial other cases disposed of. A the great Rock Island route playing card. J t�ur8�d 15 cent8 in Stamps or we pm put Sti Aqa ge0,1 ra8s agent g r lip Ray Chicago you will receive postpaid the Slickest pack fcard8 you Ever handled be Dutiful steel engraved whist rules accompany them fre. In error the reversed and or. A matter of fees important question raised in Williams county to be settled in Tho courts Shelly Bros Sale. The offer on the better Grade it Stock very Low. Harry Hudson and Al Taylor attended Shelly Bros Sale of cattle at Holgate yesterday. They say the cattle that sold brought fair Pigiees. The offers on the better Grade of cows Mowerer would not justify the own a Bis in parting with them and the Sale was closed. The Bryan press of this week contains the following a prosecuting attorney John m. Killits has begun an action in the Williams county common pleas court to recover to the county Treasury the fees paid to sex auditor Marshall in his first term from the Money collected by the tax inquisitor who were at work Here at thai time. The suit is in the name of the state and makes or. Marshall and his Bondsmen the defendants his Bondsmen in bus first term were Peter s Garlow Robert n. Patterson g. R. Joy David Martin Ana George rings it is understood that a similar suit to recover like fees paid or. Marshall in his second term will be begun immediately. The a amount Isk in the petition on file is �2003 with interest from 1891. It is under-1 stood to be the intention of the state to get the matter before the supreme court As soon As possible unless it is successful in recovering the Money in the lower courts. It will be remembered that certain county officials received a commission on All Money paid into the county Treasury As the result of the investigation of the tax inquisitor which raised such a commotion Here while it was in Progress. The Money was paid the officer under fhe befit f that it was according to Law but recent investigations in other places have raised the question of its legality in the minds of some of the Best lawyers in the getting ready for the machinery of the Clipper plow company being overhauled. The Clipper plow comply sent it machinery to the Defiance Machin works wednesday to be Over hauled Aud repaired. The new building to be erected by the Clipper plow com pay will be 20 Xland will be built by Peter Baker. As Goon As the building is completed the machinery will he put in place and the factory resume Busine. Fur March Truhe following grand and Petit j la rows were drawn in the clerks office today. The following jurors were drawn for the to March term of court in the office of the clerk of the court monday grand jurors. Hicksville a. C. Meek Henry Bricker Geo. Tracht goo. Casbeer. Highland a. B. Mix Jacob Miller. First Ward a. R. Mallets John Marshall. Fourth Ward Adam Minsel James Britton. Tiffin John Hane Abram Coy. Washington of. W. Ury. Milford Henry Miller. F Armery a. L Ridenour Petit jurors. Hicks Villef. N. Horton John bios Are. North Richland a. W. Leach. Delaware of. K. Motherspaugh John Limbaugh. Defiance Geo. N. Schatz. Second Ward a a. Houghton. Mark a. A. Hires John b. Sarvis. I Fiordo Adam Christoffer. Tiff Ian John j Crane. Highland it. R. Mansfield. Circuit court handed Down a a umber of decisions saturday and then adjourned until next thursday. Rio Jay open court will be held and the balance of cases considered will be cleaned up. In the Case of Andrew Sauer is the state of Ohio petition lower court was Rev Sauer was granted a new trial. Judge Moore delivered the opinion i and held that the proceedings in the i lower court were without error bar i ring ode thing that the indictment was Good that the judge ruled properly i upon every question raised that he 1 by right in not directing a verdict of i acquittal that the evidence was Buffi Dent to show guilt but the judge i erred in one Point in his charge Aud i upon that alone the ease was reversed and a new trial granted. The error in judge Mooney a charge was As follows a if the defendant has not by his testimony or evidence upon his Side raised a reasonable doubt As to the existence of a Prima Facia for rheumatism i have found Notor bpm i my Claffie Laines pain armied to w v the pay a 88 800n 88 1 w Yth a Louns Liberty Filiti prompt Relief it affords j is alone Worth Many time the West a j cents. It continued use will effect i Scott Anent cure for 8aie j l dec or. Prices Cream baking powder worlds fair highest award. It Wilt. Pay you to take hoods Sar Ullh. Be blood you need to a ii a Rlph pneumonia dish Trona or fever. Hoods Sarsaparilla will make you Strong and healthy. Hood s pills Are purely vec Retablo Quot he i Etc while the cats away a Napoleon signal office boy get in a mfr at Defiance. The Republican express mentioned the fact the other Day that a Railroad was being built on paper from Deshler to Montpelier and that Napoleon was made a Ling station. The statement angered the Devil in the signal Obearn in the absence of the editor he fired the following into the paper a better be even a Flag station than krgr0iwn vllla8e� known at Home and abroad More on account of its financial failures and busing wrecks which i have spoken then this should i Case of to by the Way m. H h i Way. Why be a rile court held that this threw the 1to�?zabandon the county or Towo be your form of Burden upon the defendant Sauer and a a in consequence prejudicial to the Case. The judge All agreed that this was wrong and upon that error Sauer was granted a new trial. While the lower court has been reversed there d mighty cold Comfort for Sauer in i j?.1f1 allow five the East three Wuu j enry county. Divide the re Between Williams and Pauld my counties and quit a when brother Russell returns Home he should discipline the Young Man. It Fiance and Defiance county Are All Light and will never become the add a a Wuhu in a Pluton delivered. Judge Mooney Unet of any one horse county. ,. Itta a that we have had disasters out when the Tail of the widow and orphan robbing and Treasury looting a a gang that was run in the name of democracy Dies the Community will be restored to us Normal health. What Defiance _ Bas in the past would opinion was delivered e killed a City of less strength and majority of come unannounced mrs. H. W. Her populist club. Or. The work of he committee. Conin East the Hoise ran away and landed on the Street car an Effort being made to affect in dilation in this City. A meeting was held in Central labor on Hall recently for the Pur pose of perfecting the organization of a populist club. There were gome Twenty or thirty persons present but the Bual touched to the organization were passed for a couple of weeks it is the purpose to get the club in working order in time for it to appear a a Factor in municipal affaire the coming Spring. A Myers friends assisted in celebrating her birthday a number of friends of mrs. H. W. Myers formed a company Friday and gave her a pleasant Surprise and assisted her in celebrating her birthday. Progressive Pedro was the amusement of the evening. Delicious refreshments were served. The guests presented mrs. Myers with a Beautiful Rug and a handsome engraving. Or. And mrs. Myers Are pleased to entertain their friends even when they come unannounced. Those court bailiffs. Sex sheriff Rath now said to be the Man who named Tho prize win aers. Or. Ira p. Wetmore a prominent real estate agent of san Angelo Texas has used chamberlains Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy in b family for several years As occasion required and always with perfect Success he says a i find it a p. Rect cure for our baby when troubled with Colic or dysentery. I now feel that my outfit is not Complete without a bottle of this remedy at Home. For Sale by j Scott. Coj there is a Rumor going the rounds that sex sheriff Rath who was so beautifully turned Down in this county last fall was instrumental in steering Thos Rourke and Chaa. Darner into Ciruli court As bailiffs. Or. Rath like Many other distinguished democrats May deny the allegation and we Are perfectly willing that he should. He May Foster the idea that he had Good and sufficient reason for hitting Asa Teberan a whack although he must remember that be would have been counted out in the convention that nominated him if it had not been for Asa Teberan who discovered the error and demanded its correction. Asa it it Only asked to be made court Bailiff for performing that service and it was promised him but before the time come for Bim to be recognized the a a gang sought to Force the sheriff to shut him out. Instead of recommending Teberan the sheriff handed in two names for Khaliff and it was Only through the vigilance of asap a friends that he received the appointment. Teberan served As Baliff for a Long time and then under a a gang pressure the sheriff recommended sex recorder we. Carpenter and out was highly complimented for the manner in which he conducted the Case. In the Case of Edward Dewitt is j. Mcintyre it a1, petition in error opinion by judge Day the lower court reversed. Leland University is. Augusta Skiver it a1 by judge Sdney. The the court found that a payment had not been made to the Leland University that the �12,000 had not been paid to Joseph Hailer As Elerk of the c urts but As an individual. A draft of 113,000 had been sent to Baker amp Gleason by the Connecticut Mutual l be insurance co. To pay All claims against skivers lands and the com pay was to have first claim of Tbs property. The court held that this was a Trust fund and that the Trust was violated in making a payment to clerk Hailer a that Skiver be earn party to this betrayal by agreeing the payment of $12,000 to though it thought that thei be ultimate Relief for Skiver through his ignorance of business affairs the Lugii nation being Tuat the Marker would revert Back to Baker amp Gleason sooner or later who were the agents of the insurance company and also of a Skiver. In the payment of the 812 it to clerk Hailer the court Beld that to x. Biker had acted not As attorney of the Leland University but As the agent of a so Verand the Connecticut life insurance company. Judge Dav Hasen Ted and thought a payment had been made to the Leland uni la the matter of the a _ to Haller would of Hersity assignment of vitality but despite the business wrecking record of the present democratic administration there Are flatten lug promises of a Bright future for the City and county. Some of the of n who have brought the greatest disaster upon the City in a business Way were Henry county Stock and consequently there is not any part of the county that desires to risk the loss of its Birthright by being attached to that county. The exposure of the corrupt acts of certain democratic officials has been the cause of some disturbance but that will in the end stiffen up business by cutting Down rates. Napoleon has escaped Many f the troubles that have afflicted this City because Defiance has never any of its people out to Rob that Village of �150,000 or $200,000. Henry county was Long ago noted for its of-3cia corruption under democratic Rule but when Jack Hailey exposed a Small part of the rottenness he was s it to the county jail and finally run out of the county. The evils that Hailey referred to have never been Corre eted but merely covered like an abandoned vault. If Over Henry the swings Bank to r. H Gleason i court had kept at Home her own this petition in error dismissed. So the petition of Frank t pity would have been nearly a half million dollars better Oft if 8be take the trouble to flu a the record. Smith 110 her court b0u8e� Napoleon will rest judgement Cuc tent to figure As the Milt Stone of w. H Samoiles City of Defiance a a a Quot 8e�?o��?o Ria i. Smith assign of a s Iller. Judge Moore delivered the opinion. W. E. Moll is Josephs opinion by judge Day lower court affirmed at highest of All in be 6. Govt report to / to w absoe&ts1.y pure

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