Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
14 Nov 1890

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14 Nov 1890

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - November 14, 1890, Defiance, Ohio Defiance county Republican express. Vol. Xxxiii. Defiance Defiance county Ohio Friday nov uber 14, 1890. A no. 48. Chas. Bronson a real Ligate Exchange Defiance Ohio. 306�?for Sale 60 acre farm in Section 30, a Glaize township Paulding county 50 acres under cultivation Good Frame House and other buildings. Price $2,boo. 308�?for Sale acres in Section 7, Noble township Defiance county Good buildings. Price $1,700. 328�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 19, Mark township near Mark Center 5 acres cleared ditches two sides. Price $1,100. 339�?for Sale Corner lot at. Amp 0. Depot n Defiance desirably located. Price $750 348�?for Sale 40 acres in pleasant township log House Frame Kitchen a Good Well Good Fence to acres under cultivation. Price $1,500. 352�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 13, Delaware township. If sold soon will take $800. 357�? for Sale 20 acres East canal in Section i. Price $475. 363�?for Sale lot 14 in Krotz addition to North Defiance. Price too. This is a rare Chance to secure a Good lot to build . 368�?for Sale one the Best terms in Defiance county. 160 acres within two Miles the corporation line 70 acres under cultivation soil Black Sand and Black Loam the Best in the county Frame House two stories 32x60 feet 20 acres in wheat. Price $60 per acre with half Cash a reduction to per acre for Cash. This is a rare bargain. 369�?for Sale a Good hotel property near b. A Depot. Must be sold at once. 381�?for Sale two Brick store rooms three stories Between so and 4th streets Clin . A Good paying investment. Price Only s too. 370�?for Sale House and lot Holgate Avenue known As the Perkins property. Price $3,. 387�?for Sale lot 14, East Defiance a Good two Story Frame House 7 rooms Frame barn. Price $1,200. 394�?for Sale so acres in Section is Defiance township 70 acres under plow Good log building All tiled and in Good shape. Price $3,600. A Good Chance for the right Man. 396�?for Sale 120 acre farm in Henry co., near Holgate 95 acres cleared Frame barn a two Story Frame House Well under drained two open ditches free from stumps Small fruits plenty. Price $7,200, Cash$2,400. Call at once. 399-for Sale 40 acres in Section 25, Delaware township it. Wayne Road Price $22 per acre. Must be sold at once. 406�?for Sale House and lot for $550. On easy payments in South Defiance. 407�? Fer Sale 40 acres in Sec. 13, Delaware township 25 acres cleared Fine Frame House and barn All new Price $2,500. Purchaser can secure 40 acres adjoining this 40, cheap. 414�?$225.00 will Purchase a House and lot in East Defiance. Call at once. 412�?for Sale House and lot 6rooms, Well Cistern Wood House and stable. Price $1500. 417�?for Sale lot 85 in Holgate a addition to North Defiance. Price $250. 419�?for Sale lot is. Booth and Aldrich a addition to East Defiance House with 6 rooms Well Cistern Stabe and Wood shed. A pfc Carriage at the office at All hours to show property free expense. Chas. E. Bronson Defiance I am daily making Loans improved r Eal estate in Northwestern Ohio at six per cent interest these Loans Are made either Long Short time with privilege paying Back in partial payments before due and stopping interest the amount paid. No life insurance required. I also buy Good notes and make abstracts upon reasonable terms. H. G. Baker. Lawyer and loan agent. The official report Gen. Hurst Ohio food commissioner shows Royal the purest baking powder. Every other baking powder tested contained impurities a from lo.18 per cent to 86.23 per cent their entire weight. Defiance. Ohio. No37 drs. a s. St co. Proprietors the Merigan medical and Fuji tical Institute no. 152 West Western ave., Muskegon Mich. Or. Booth cures deafness noises in the head Catarrh bronchitis Throat and lung diseases diseases the Eye and ear All chronic private and nervous diseases deformations club feet Knock knee curvatures Etc., granulated eyelids sore eyes crooked eyes discharging ears Chron a in cough Gaiter big neck fever sores All forms sores and ulcers Bright disease diabetes dropsy All diseases the kidneys and bladder heart stomach and nervous diseases Chorea St. Vitus dance Erysipelas general debility scr Fula skin diseases and All blood diseases. Falling sickness fits positively cured by our new method treatment. Or. Booth has made a specially All forms rectal diseases. Piles internal external itching bleeding rec Tural ulcers fistula fissures causing nervous and lung diseases Are All cured if treated before it is too late. I treat and cure All forms piles without pair and without the use knife caustic ligature. Come and learn our method treatment. We never fail. Or. Booth has made these diseases a study for Over Twenty years. Tutors cancers warts and moles removed and cured by our new and never failing treatment. No pain. Catarrh positively cured. We have an invaluable apparatus which we furnish in Long standing and chronic cases. Or. Booth is not one those a no cure no pay doctors the usual old Way speaking but will treat his cases a contract not to receive pay until cured. S amp co. Are responsible incorporated and chartered by the state with capital Stock $50,000 hence you take no chances in treating with them. They Are the oldest and most reliable medical firm in this country. Or. Booth has a specific for rheumatism and neuralgia that never fails to cure. A. The ngt1ce.-$i,000 Reward for every failure to cure dyspepsia sick headache piles fits. Tape orm a tincture Bever sore Catarrh if course treatment is followed. To Young and old and Middle aged men. I Here Are Many from the age 30 to 60 who Are troubled with frequent evacuations the bladder often accompanied by a slight burning smarting sensation weakening the system in a manner the patient cannot account for examination the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will be found and sometimes Small particles albumen will appear the color will be a thin Milkfish Hue Avain the a use t0rp appearance. There Are Many men who die this difficulty ignorant Young men who have become victims solitary vice that dreadful and destructive habit which annually sweeps to an untimely grave thousands Young men exalted Talent and Brilliant intellect May Call with Confidence. Private Poison \ venereal taint Gleet stricture seminal emissions loss sexual Power weakness sexual organs want desire in male female. Est i will give special attention to difficult cases and cases other physicians have failed to cure persons applying for treatment will please bring two to four ounces urine for analysis addres drs. B., s. Amp co., Muskegon Mich. Consultation free. Remember dates Crosby House oct. 24 and 25 nov. 21 and 22. A meat a spicy. How importers and j Beers banded together to defeat the Republican congressmen. Thousands agents sent out Over the country to misrepresent the Mckinley Bill. Many retail merchants knowingly . Depew talks. He thinks the misrepresentation the Tariff Bill contributed to Republican defeat. Quot some vegg so like hoes the More womf4he brighter Busy wives who use sap a Lio never seem the grow a cake a Complete wreck Domestic happiness has often resulted from badly washed dishes from an unclean Kitchen from trifles which seemed Light As air. But by these things a Man often judges his wife a Devotion to her family and charges her with general neglect when he finds her careless in these particulars. Many a Home owes a Large part its Thrifty neatness and its consequent happiness to Sapolio. A Firo cers often substitute cheaper floods for Sapolio to make a Fetter profit. Send Back such articles and insist Bavins just what every Waterproof Collar cuff that can be relied Otstot to sum not to Discolour ? bears this Mark. Trade Mark needs no laundering. Pan be wiped clean in a moment. The Only Linen lined Waterproof Collar in the Market. Unwittingly aided the contemptible scheme from the Cleveland Leader Washington november 7.�?As the causes tuesdays political revolution Are coming to be better understood the wonder is not that the Republican party got such a Terr Hie shaking up but that it came out the b title with a single color at the Masthead a single Leader for future duty. The astonishing indifference the manufacturers one hand and the adroitness the Rich importers the other present in striking contrast the ingratitude one class and the ceaseless vigilance the other. There remains Little room for doubt that the enemies forces were mainly concentrated against the Mckinley Law. Several so Irp commercial agents new York importers have asserted that soon after the Mckinley Bill became a Law secret meetings importers and wholesale jobbers were held in All the principal cities the country at which it was determined to make a general assault 1 he measure from Maine to Texas which scheme already hinted at in these dispatches was systematically and a scrupulously Carri amp a out. Their Money paid the expenses thousands agents who visited under the Guise commercial travellers every weak Point they could hear under instructions to sell their wares at greatly enhanced pricks to storekeepers the ground that the Mck Nley Law made it necessary. Naturally thousands honest merchants were thus imposed upon who in turn unwittingly in Many cases but intentionally in Nota few imposed upon hundreds thousands their customers not one in a Hundred whom probably understood had seen the Law which in fact reduced the Price a majority the articles they had been compelled to Purchase at such an exo bit Tant Advance. Unscrupulous mugwumps and democratic free traders have outrageously imposed upon the Farmers and Labouring men the country using the Tariff Law As their cloak but retribution will surely follow and the party responsible for it now gloating Over its ii got ten gains will surely go to the Wall the next time the people get a Chance at them which will be in 1892. It was not the Mckinley Bill that caused the havoc but the misrepresentations and falsehoods relative to it circulated by political demagogues and tricksters hired by Brit so Gold a said Secretary Noble to Day a and the tide will be turned fearfully against them in �?T92.�?� judge Waddill Republican congressman who was Given Wise a seat from the Richmond and strict says that he is not surprised at the overwhelming defeat his party in tuesdays election. He attributes the result to failure to pass the Lodge Bill and failure the people to understand the operations the Mckinley Bill. Judge Waddill predicts that the Senate will pass the Lodge Bill at the december session Congress. Democrats exultant. Many the smaller Fry democratic statesmen and a the Woods is full them a claim that the Republican party will never recover from this defeat and the the old time popularity the democratic party will give it indefinite lease Power. Senator Mcpherson is in the City and spoke exulting by the situation a the Field is broadened. Having carried Michigan. Wisconsin and Illinois we Are not dependent upon new York with her local quarrels we can go to the great West for presidential candidate we can with great propriety go to Massa Buset a we can go anywhere almost in the country to get our candidate All Clouds doubt and anxiety Are cleared away. A stay at Hom e Republican senator Gorman speaking the result in Maryland attributes the cause their Success to stay at Home republicans. He says a the democrats will have to fight to hold their own in 1892 that it wag the stay at Homp republicans that gave them their present Victory that a study the returns in b Ditmore shows that the democrats cast within nine Hundred their full vote in Baltimore while several thousand republicans stayed at Home a Over the counter Blaine the Leader senator Blackburn says a every dry goods clerk in the land was a Campaign orator for the democratic asked if anything at All had been saved for the republicans the senator said a yes out the general wreck arises a solitary figure alone but conspicuous. That figure is . Blaine always towering he now appears Peerless in pre Eminence. He alone emerges from the crush dire disaster unhurt unruffled. To him his party will look As the Only Moses that can Lead out from the mire defeat to the solid ground where a footing May yet he when asked a will he be the Republican nominee in �?T92?�?� he said a certainly. From now no other Man will be thought and henceforth you will see a still wider a vengeance his part from the course the Harrison administration. A in Pennsylvania the Republican machine has become too in solent for the people. There will be a recasting the presidential lines. For lame Back there is nothing better than to saturate a flannel cloth with chamberlains pain Balm and bind it the affected Pata try it and Yon will be surprised at the prompt Relief it efforts. The same treatment will pure rheumatism ale by j. L Scott j,t0v. For children cry for pitchers cantorial new York nov. 6.�?mr Depew was seen by a reporter and asked what he thought the democratic tidal wave. A it is the Mckinley Law a said . Depew a not the legitimate results the Mckinley Law but the effect its going into operation Only thirty Days b before election effects which ought to have been foreseen. I am not surprised that we Are to have a democratic House representatives. Some weeks ago i made up my mind that the democrats would carry the lower House Congress though i did not expect so great a majority As this. Ill Tell you what made me think so. It was the Way the Mckinley Bill was made use . All Over the country prices have been going up going to go up because the Mckinley Bill and generally articles which were not effected by that measure. Some friends mine went to new York to buy a piano and the Man told them they had better buy at once As pianos were going to increase $100 in Price because the Mckinley Bill though As a matter fact pianos were not in the new Tariff. In other words tradesmen All kinds republicans As Well As democratic have made the Mckinley Bill an excuse for advancing their prices threatening to do so. The result is that people will not stand these higher prices., Are at it and the Republican party that passed the Wil a the Farmers have been heard from. They come into their country towns to buy something and Are told by the store keeper that the Mckinley Tariff is raising t he Price everything and they had better buy at once and it is needless to say they done to like it. These Are the illegitimate results the Mckinley Tariff. To has hardly gone into operation yet. And it3 Good effects can not be Felt for some time to come. I do not believe it will raise prices As people Are now pretending it will and i think it will stimulate Industry and two years hence i i reverse the decision yesterday for it is Clear that the idea Protection is deeply rooted and growing in this country. A great Deal the tidal wave demo Cracy is the result also the Dias ointment office seekers. This was the first general National election since president Harrison Wen in. With 100,000 offices to dispose there were 500,000 office seekers and for every Man getting office five More have been disappointed. M my these enterprising gentlemen had a knife up their sleeve and yesterday they let the administration feel it. A the republicans however while willing to gratify their feelings thus in an off year will not sacrifice the presidency and there will be no such danger to be feared two years hence. The fraudulent use which has been made the Mckinley Tariff Bill will be discovered and punished and its beneficial effects will begin to be Felt throughout the land in 1892.�?� a do you not think the election was a con Demna Ion Reed and the Force Bill a a not at All a said . Depew. A speaker Reed has the entire Confidence his own party and while the election May affect his presidential prospects it will not affect his standing among a what was the matter in Pennsylvania and Massachusetts a a the democratic Victory in Pennsylvania a said . Depew a records a condemnation machine politics. In politics a machine goes along All right for a certain time until it gets to be a close corporation insolent when it loses Public sympathy and is sat Down upon. As to Massachusetts the cause the democratic Victory is very difficult Massachusetts has i Een getting More and More democratic Twenty years past and steadily Drifting away from its old Republican Anchorage. The Yankee boys have been leaving their farms and going West and immigrants have been taking their places. The complexion the population Massachusetts is very different now from what it was ten years ago not because people have changed their minds politics but because they have changed their residence the Massachusetts vote is now scattered All Over the West. The foreign vote in Massachusetts which has been increasing so enormously late years is almost altogether a and How is . Blaine affected As to 1892?�?� a if at All . Blaines chances Are affected favourably by the election yesterday. There May also be a recasting presidential chances in the democratic party As a result this election but time Ali show what it does. Hoods Sarsaparilla 1. Purifies the blood. 2. Creates an appetite. 3. Strengthens the nerves. 4. Makes the weak Strong. 5. Overcomes that tired feeling. 6. Cures scr Fula Salt Rhum. 7 invigorates the kidneys Abd liver. 8. Relieves headache indigestion dyspepsia. S the declining Powers old age May be wonderfully recuperated and sustained by the daily use hoods Sarsaparilla. The Merit pl1 Mellins food consist Only in a its superiority Over one Tut is for mothers milk with which not sub Abbot also in the prepared it is a real Bieg Stoff to the bogy dyed Mother for a very few minutes night and morning Are All that Are necessary to prepare the baby a food for Twenty four hours. Newspaper wit and comment. A fair schedule advertising rates Hon Estly lived up to is better than High rates Cut in two with the biggest half the outside for favorite custom Era printers album. A How our ambitions Are nipped by the frosts experience a sighed the poet. A yes a replied the editor a i began life As an Amateur journalist and Here i no to Day nothing More than a Plain newspaper Man.�?boston courier. An enterprising Chap in Connecticut has patented a tonic which he advertises in the Spring As a the great Spring in the summer he Calls it a the great summer tonic a and in the fall and Winter the term is changed to meet the season. A Patent Medicine Man with a a great tonic for Only one season the year can to expect to do much . The count by was the eve a splendid business Boom owning to the new protective Law. The people have expressed them selves As opposed to it now we shall have another period uncertainty in business but thanks to the Senate the new Law will remain Long enough for a fair trial. In the meantime the people May think better it Bowling Green Sentinel. Magazine have just two pages space unfilled and i must have a Long poem. Trusted not a Short Story m. impossible. A Story be put in that space. T. , yes it could. Ill get you up one at once. M. , Well what will be the title t. a widow.�?Good news. Robert Inge soil says that democrats grow like weeds in our Republic while republicans have to be cultivated. Perhaps that is the reason that the party has not changed for too years As democrats claim. A Spanish Needle a Burdock Cockle Burr dog fennel and the thousand pests Are the same to Day As they were even in Christ a time when he spoke Tares and thorns and thistles but cultivation is a continual evolution toward journal. There is too much jealousy among leaders too much fractional feeling too much pulling apart instead pulling together. Pennsylvania is merely an instance among Many. The democrats have ostensibly gained in nearly All parts the country when the better Way to state the truth would be that republicans have lost through not standing up Tor either the party the principles the party with the unanimity which gives any Assurance Success Toledo commercial. An editor who was evidently having a a hard Row to Hoe a mused thusly a lives it f poor men Oft remind us hones toil b s no fair chime the More we work we Weir behind us beggar patches our pants. On our pants once new and Glossy now Are mend different Hue All because subscribers linger and will not pay us what is Doe. Then let us All be up and doing Send in their mites though they Are Small when the Snow and Winter strikes us we will have no pants at Alt probably no canvass the republicans in this county within the memory the oldest politician has been More difficult to manage and bring to a successful Issue than the one that closed last tuesday. With a House divided against itself As the Repulis cans were to some extent in this Campaign to prevent a policy retaliation the part the d rent factions required skillful management and the exercise much practical common sense. To . F. L. S d Rby As chairman the county Central committee More probably than to any other one Man should be Given the credit preventing the adoption retaliatory measures and to Bim and those who aided in carrying out this policy forbearance is due the handsome majority the congressional and the Success a portion the county Fulton county lie publican. In no District in this state were the Farmers put to such a test As in the sixth. J. H. Brigham is a practical Farmer Horny handed a vigorous speaker has traversed the state from end to end As a Farmers Institute lecturer been master Tho Ohio state Grange and is now master the National Grange and yet in this Farmers District he is Defeated by a majority nearly 2,000 votes More than the usual majority. He would have been a Force in Congress for banners a interests no Mere figurehead a Wall Flower mum As a Clam but a working speaking fearless Force thoroughly informed the needs the hour and How they can be met but the yeomanry the Bone Ani sinew the claimed Backbone and Shief Corner Stone the Republic went Back journal. Treachery in the Republican ranks and among some the office holders in this City is w hat is doing the deadly work for the party in Porter county. A House divided can not stand and so Long As Republican office holders fee their political enemies and purposely weaken the workers in their party so Long May republicans look for decreased m Jor Tiea. This May be an unwholesome truth for some but it is the truth nevertheless. It is a truth that has been so forcibly visible in the recent Campaign that denial is useless. There must be a change. The party never had a better ticket in the county yet almost every disappointed office seeker within the ranks was found fighting it it the least damning it with faint Praise. The result is not strange f. C. Culey s Valparaiso ind., Vidette. The defeat col. Brigham indicates that the Farmers the democratic and prohibition parties did not give him the support that was expected. Coj. Brigham is a life Long Temperance Man and is entitled to the support abstainers throughout the District. As chairman the committee which looked to the interests the Farmers at Washington during the so Swirn Congress he did excellent service. Among the Wise Aud needed Bills passed by Congress were the Morrill agricultural College Bill the lard Bill the just and fair equalization the Tariff by increasing the protective duties imported farm products. In the history the party in this District there has never been a congressional nominee put in the Field by either party who was As Well equipped to Render effective service for the agriculturists As . Brigham. A leading Toledo journal attributes his defeat to the Large amount Boodle sent into the District by the Fulton county Republican. A by their newspapers Rhall be know them a was the very Apt comment a successful merchant upon the claims an aspiring Community whose citizens were soliciting his interest and endeavouring to impress upon him the Enterprise its people. Year by year the newspaper a Community is becoming More definitely an Index the Enterprise and progressive tendencies its people. The newspaper which ten years ago was satisfactory to its constituency in a City fifty thousand inhabitants does not compare favourably with the average paper which is now demanded in a town one fourth that size the Public Are better and More Liberal readers and patrons the press and the Competition which the demand for improvement has created has inured both to the Benefit the Reader and advertiser and the pub-1 Fiher who meets the shoe. Sex governor and sex congressman James m. Ashley was gerrymandered into an impossible democratic majority but reduced it to a figure which would give him a Victory could he have a second trial immediately. So sex governor Foster and con err Essman Mckinley the latter almost winning the fight against 3, too Odds. How comes All this gerrymandering l it year rival politicians determined to get rid Foraker. They accomplished their object for the time being but in doing so they gave the legislature to the democrats who. They knew would put every Republican county in the 8tate in five districts less with the remainder this Republican state misrepresented by democrats. Those rivals Foraker Are getting a foretaste their punishment while Foraker is stronger to Day than news. The Philadelphia press says the result in Pennsylva Nia a different lessons will be drawn by different authorities from the result the election this state but to the Republican people Pennsylvania it has but one meaning and the Force it is Plain toll it is a repetition that revolution against personal and selfish domination the party which eight years ago brought the party Bosses to their senses and led to m my desirable reforms in party methods. The Republican organization Pennsylvania has Long had the discredit abroad As being Boss Ridden but it has shown several occasions that there is a limit beyond which it will not endure. It has done this now in the election a democratic governor while the other Republican candidates have the usual Republican majority and when a majority 80,000 the voters the state would have preferred a Republican could a Republican have been elected without committing the party still to the undesirable methods management which have put personal ends above party principles obstructed party sentiment with personal if the Mckiney Bill is such a pernicious measure Why was it necessary to bring up such an astounding array falsehood to defeat it its opponents knew that mis pre mentation and mendacity were the Only Means defeating it they acted upon the old adage that a a lie will travel a even leagues while truth is putting its boots a and the daily grind falsehoods was kept up by their Mills until the to is closed. Now the time has come for mature deliberate reflection. The lie Mills will have a rest and the Mckinley Law will go to work. New industries will Spring up ill Over the country. Domestic Competition will cheapen prices everything protected by Mck Nley ism. next Spring under Mckibb ism sugar will be reduced not less than 2 cents a Pound and the Home product will rapidly increase. Reciprocity will markets for Many our products and with Low prices and steady work the principles Protection As embodied in the Mckinley Bill will be endorsed and sustained As the permanent policy our government in 1874 the financial pol by the republicans party met with disastrous reverses in he loss Massachusetts by Over 7,000, Connecticut by nearly 8,000, new York by 50.317, Pennsylvania by 4,697, Ohio by 17,202, Indiana by 17,252, and reduced majorities defeat in All its old Strong Holda the landslide was accepted As such Quot revolution that the National banking system and the movement to resume specie payments were believed to be hopelessly is. Even such hard Money democrats is judge Thurman were dragged into the Fiat Money maelstrom and in 1878 at Hamilton o., he hoisted the Greenback Banner. Then As now the democratic orators painted in frightful colors the want and suffering that specie payments would Bridgton the working classes. Then they pictured the honest Money men As bloated shylock soulless bondholders fattening the flesh and blood the poor. The Republican party stood by its colors preferring defeat to any surrender its principles until specie payments were resumed and he doctrine Fiat Money overwhelmed in final defeat. They will stand by my Kinle ism with the same perseverance and courage and never yield As Long As there is an organized party in the Fields against Protection. A Cleveland Leader. Fine toilet soaps s toilet Waters a a i a scots Seis Stose. 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In the Northwest continued cold weather in the Northeast tempt Are above the Normal in Ohio heavy rainfalls with Orcas Siouan snowfall in the Northern part the stats december mild the Effy part the month with a Sharp fall temperature Between the loth and Goth dropping to Sero and perhaps below at Points in the state. For the holidays the thermometer will rest Between freezing and Zero. The Outlook for Sleigh ing daring the Holiday in the Central and Northern part this state is . January a very cold month with heavy it aim the Siw a nah variety Content a will both int and instruct Ita Reader Kwh a kelp fut companion to every woman. Terms $2.00 per year vhf a to Tinct amp As to club and handsome premiums for getting them up. A copy with full particular will be Kent Tor 5 Centa. Peterson s Magazine 306 Chestnut St., Phi Tamchin a. Elf Jfe ii Fla Peterson a Magazine and the res Lucan express one year for 82.95, Cash. Subscribe at once. Mousy i w Mossy i at 6 per cent. Interest in i to Idise a 2tcqb i All Loans closed up Short notice. No red tape about it Good notes discounted at reasonable rates. William e. Moll. Office in Stone frants Defiance Ohio with Harris a Cameron

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