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Marble Rock Weekly, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1900, Marble Rock, IowaThe democratic contestant for the governorship of Kentucky prob ably fatally wounded. Shot is fired from Capitol building Arri Stid and imbued in jail i flares his 1 Nylon adjourns Kari Ted and Talent the oath of Olih i. Lya Nofori. By. Jan. Walk ing through the Capitol grounds on his to the Capitol building at o clock tuesday morning William Corbel. The democratic coi Itestia for governor of Kentucky was shot Down sled very dangerously wounded liar land Whitaker a Farmer from duller county the Horae county of gov. Tay Lor is now in the jail at Louisville charged with the crime. There is no evidence against Whit taker and be was placed under arrest More be Tause he was caught around the Capi to building when the shots were fired Ilhan for any other apparent reason. He denies in the most positive manner that he had any connection with the shooting or knew anything about it. He was running toward the scene of the shooting and not away from it Tkv Hen he was caught and arrested. The senator Goebel was wounded by a Ball of Small Caliper not Over 3s, struck him in the right Side just Telow the Arr pit. The Ball passed William e. Goebel. The Back part of the right lung across the body on a Diagonal line passing below the left Shoul Blade. Pivert from a window. The Bullet which struck or. Goe was fired from a window in the Center of the third Story of the office supt oct of the . That was raised about eight inches from the Sill to permit an unobstructed passage for the Bullet when or Grebe should come within Range. Denounce the deed. The Republican state officials and Odea Ibers of the legislature without exception denounced the shooting in the most treasured terms. Gov. Taylor immediately caused a Small address to lie published in which he declared the affair to be a disgrace and an outrage and calling for the most sober condemnation. He sent orders at once to Asci Gen. Collier directing him to take Steps for the preservation of order. Collier 13 a Republican and is opposed to Jar. Goebel. He declared the shooting to be a most cowardly affair one that upon every consideration was to be regretted. Troops called ont. He lost no time in making speeches. However and before Goebel had been lifted from the ground to be carried to the hotel Gen. The armory a half mile Distant i ii eating the local infantry company Thich was stationed there under com Mand of capt. Walcott to proceed at once to the Capitol grounds take pos session of them and its approaches Al lowing nobody to enter the Gates. Twenty minutes after the shooting capt. A Volcott and his men marched across the front of the Capitol building and halted at the foot of the Steps. Orders issued to outside companies throughout the state to make ready at once to come to Frankfort the entire state guard being called into service. Contest Donrod acts. Frankfort ky., Jan. Wil Goebl Etc Poi to of death 3r. His room As the res it of an Assassin s Millet. The contesting boards which for weeks had been listening to the Evi Dence in his contest for the governor s chair declared him entitled to the seat. Excitement at Frnnk Lort. Frankfort by. Feb. Taylor wednesday morning issued a Procla mation declaring that a state of insurrection existed in Kentucky and particularly in the City of Frankfort because of this he adjourned the legislature to meet at London Laurel county on february g. When the members of the legislature Lound they could meet anywhere Irilli the interference of the militia. The papers necessary to be passed by joint Assembly were prepared democratic members signed them. Take the oath. William Goebel was shortly before nine o clock last night sworn in As governor of Kentucky and j. C. W. Lieck a few minutes later took the oath As lieutenant governor. The oath was administered to both men by chief Tice Hazelrigs. Of the court of appeals. Str. Goebel at orce issued an order for militia to disperse Ibey May re 1 Nee to obey. Condition . Frankfort . Feb. Rival mate gov re Raccus yesterday refused to leave issues to the courts. The militia supports Taylor and Goebel followers Are organizing a new National guard. Taylor asked president Mckinley for Federal recognition and interference met refusal. The intr murals will ask for an injunction restraining Taylor from acting As governor Loe Bel s condition is still considered Crit ical. Fader martial Law. By. Martial a has been established in this City a pro Vost Giruard taking charge of the streets to insure order and protect the democratic citizens i t at a hotel and by forma Yea and tiny vote declared Goebel and Liemkham Eie eted and both Wen sworn in again Fidel ii s condition was improving. An Oliver of the circuit court was arrested Ivy the military while attempting to serve no Tice of a Lesa upon Iov. Taylor. War news scarce. Many ill Ciri Ulitt Ion Cori the situation if tit ill i definite is known. London. Feb. Supplemental lists of casualties fill two columns in nonpareil Type in the morning papers making reported thus far for Gen. Luller s operations North of the Tugela. The daily chronicle estimates that the total exceeds 2.000. The 40 per cent loss at spin Kop is greater than any British Force Ever suffered Exeen pos Sibly at Aluera Spain in 1s11. London feb. Are circulating in this City that Gen. Fuller has again crossed the Bugeia. definite for non adrift i scarce. From or. Avy Udham s statement in Parlia ment it appears the British forces engaged in the Transvaal men on the 213.000. Advices from South Africa indicate a new move by Oen. . With a View to dividing the liver forces and reaching . Gen. Was reported in have called upon the War office for 90.003 additional reinforcements. Now goes to governor. Titus election Hill is passed Jim the Soivil revolutionize elections. Des Toines la., feb. 2. The Titus biennial election Bill passed the lower House by a vote of s5 to 7. And is now ready for the signature of the governor. The Bill revolutionizes the holding of elections in Iowa its chief provision do ing away with the holding of annual elections. The measure for constitutional amendment wiil be submitted to the people at the next general election and. If approved will go info operation. The proposed constitutional amendment has now passed through two sessions of the legislature. A rare Seene. Vol a o to Ninci states supreme court Oil thursday witnessed the unusual spectacle of the admission of a. Lady and her daughter to that bar. Upon motion of another daughter. The ladies admitted were mrs. Kate p. Pier and m iss ii. H. Pier of Milwaukee and the lady moving their admission was miss Kate h. Pier of the same City. Another lady member of this family was admitted a few years ago. Making four of the 20 female Mem Bers of the supreme court bar Mem Bers of one family. Iowa saloons close. Des Moines la., Jan. Is. A saloons in Polk county about 75. Closed on account of the decision of the Iowa supreme court knocking the consent petition filed in. 1sd4. The Board of supervisors Mei to canvass a new petition granted the anti Saloon league ten More Days to investigate Nair cd for Geries. In the meantime the saloons will continue closed. Cedi Mimi of Tulinn provinces. Washington. Feb. Details by provinces o t the preliminary count of the Gross population of Cuba have been announced by Gen. J. P. Sanger in charge of the census inking As Fol lows Del Rio. Havana. 424.811 Santa Clara ,150.537 puerto Principe 88.237 san Tiago 327.71g total. 1.572.s45. San Lerer Clarksville. Tex. Feb. Pierson coloured was hanged Friday in a lot a Quarter of a mile from town in the presence of 5.000 people. Pier son expiated a double crime having shot to death his wife and her Mother refused to obey him when he commanded them not to attend Church. The form of government suggested for the philippine islands by the commission. T1ie news m Brief. Report submitted to the president f transmits the to Coli or in Rrth Brinl a Norm of Jiviens to lie to into Amir As 1 Ossi Lile to lie i is d. For the week ending feb. 3. A Iii Idon died in Tyre a jute ird. Aired years. Fire a motor business houses in Day toil 0. Caused a loss of Hob and Curry bandits were Uili Tii by of ricers near Casper. Avo. Smallpox is lulling indians in in i ii or Lilac i Dixon born Ioc years Airo. Lied at her it Chicago. John a Clicker kill a his wife ail Lihn St a in to Loihuu a Iliia. Itai v was the Giitl treat void. Chicago. Jan. 30. Judge c. C. Kohlsaat in the United states circuit court decided the 1s03 anti Trust act of the Illinois legislature void on the ground that the statute contains both class and special legislation and is in contravention of both Federal and state constitutions. Ten blur nod. Minneapolis 3iinn., feb. 3. A Spe Cial to the times from Ada minn., says that a fire which started in bang s store on the West Side wednesday evening burned ten buildings involving a loss estimated at Washington. Fob. Fri Daythe vol ume of the report o tile pm .iiijjpir.t. Coni Mariion. It a volume of pass a Cimdins a appendix and is sign i by prof. Admiral a Csiby and Worcester. The subject is the plan of proposed by Liu commission in. Cludis a of the Spanish govern ment prior to various Reform desired by the filipinos the by them the conclusions and by inc a Omini Sion. Report also covers Matiy matters with social of racing cd Eulion. And re orders the islands. Public health. Etc. As Ilir condition a tevet of the United states i the Ironi a naval and Mari time standpoint. Tin second volume of tilt report Whichin not he Reacy for Severa will contain a detailed description of the climate and resource of the islands. The chief interest in the re port naturally in the plan of Golf Rennu ii proposed by the commission. Homo Rule. The commission announces itself Ilif Day in favor of a government of the i Hii analogous to that of a territory of the states with a governor appointed by the president. They say it is desirable thai the inhabitants of the Archi Peli Igo should enjoy a Large measure of Home Rule in local affairs their towns to enjoy substantially the Privi Leges of towns in a territory. The provinces should be vested with substantially the functions of a county in a territory this system might be applied to Luzon and the is Cyan it once and a beginning might be made on the coast of Mindanao. The suit archipelago calling for special arrangements with the the commission says need . Be considered in this connection. Filipino Oll Icci a. The filipinos Coull manage their town county affairs through their can officers whom they could elect with no help from american officials except such As would be involved in control from the Central government at Manila. The Frage should be restricted by educational or property qualifications or both. This system a Ouid necessitate a Small body of american officials of great a Ivity and integrity and of patience and tact in dealing with other races and on this account the commission recommends that they should be paid High salaries. The commission says they could be called advisers or commissioners and that one for every 230.000 natives should suffice. It would be the duty of such commissioners to report upon their work to the Centra government at Manila. Their main function would be to advise town and county councils in the discharge of their duties and to the collection of Revenue and its expenditures. government of the Philippines the commission insists. Be adapted to the filipinos. A territorial government it concludes is a Desideratum. The commission takes As a Hasi for the government proposed the territorial organization of .louisia. The act is bet Forth in Fuji. It provides Tor a governor and Secretary of the Treasury and vests inc legislative Power in a Council appointed annually by the president. Courts Are also provided for. This scheme of says the commission possesses besides its intrinsic merits the historical interest attaching to origination with the author of the declaration of in thinus . He Insy. The commission while not under rating the wifi Mculty of governing the Philippines is disposed to believe the task easier than is generally supposed. The filipinos they say. Are of unusually promising material possessing admirable personal and Domestic Virtues and being naturally peace does a and deferential to constituted authority. The educated them though constituting a minority they say supposed and the commission bears Strong testimony o their High Range of Intelli gence and social refinements. These picked filipinos will be of infinite value to the. United states in the work of establishing and maintaining civil government throughout the archipelago. Conclusions Chii Chad. To connection the subject of govern ment the commission reaches the following conclusions "1. The United states cannot withdraw Froin Tiu i . We i c there find duty bids remain. There is no escape from responsibility to the filipinos and to Mankind for the government of the archipelago and the amelioration of. The condition of its inhabitants. "1 the filipinos Are wholly unprepared for Independent and if Independence Given to them they could main Tain under the third head is included a copy of Admiral Jewey s letter to senator Lodge which was read in the Senate the old or Day. Denying s claim that he was promised Independence. "4. There being no philippine nation Only a collection of different Peoples there is to Otic ill Lii Pelago the men of property and Edu cation. Who alone interest themselves in Public affairs in general recognize As in dispensable american authority guidance and Protection. "5. Congress should at the earliest practicable time provide for the Philippines the form of government herein recommended or another equally Liberal and Beneficent. "0. Pending any action on the part of Congress. commission recommends that the president in operation this schema of civil government in such parts of the archipelago As Are at peace. To. So far As the finances of the Philip Pines permit Public education should be promptly established when established made free to All. A. The greatest care should be taken in the selection of officials for administration. They should be men of the highest Char Acter fitness and partisan politics should be entirely separated from the government of the Avo Cit intr non. Charleston. S. A. Feb. Mrs. Kali nor c. Barker 94 years of age. And mrs. William Devine aged g2. Were burned to death Here thursday. Their cloth ing ignited from grate fires. Or firmed. Bilboa Spain Jan. The Spanish Steamer Valier has foundered Oil the roast 13 of the Crew drowned. The Washington Jan. 30. The a stoc fund to Date amounts to Gen. Corbie thinks it will reach j . Davis reports that yellow has bet i compact Civ stamped of Havana. Seventy five children vat re injured in a Patiic Lii Riiser a tire in a Trenton n. .1.1 the archbishop of Sweden. Most . Anton Benr. Died in Stockholm. A Ivd years. Two men. And one woman were asphyxiated by in the rear of a Saloon in sail Francisco. Mrs. Ii. Sight was restored in Chicago by an operation after 11 years of s. Hariani Frost a former member of Conj press from Missouri died in St. Louis. Ai de years. The i Ovorn merits of the i Nithil states and Italy have entered into an Niento for reciprocity. The of ii Rensberry. Who was born july -0. 1344. And succeeded tothe title in 1858. Died in London. Mrs. Samuel Thurman. Adj fed and daughter aged it were asphyxiated by Iti Iii Al Sheridan. Incl. The bursting of a Supply pipe at the Cotton compress in Marion. Ala., six negroes were fatally scalded. To wipe the plague in Honolulu 1" acres of building s were burned in the Section known As Chinatown. The transport Ohio arrived in san Francisco from Manila with the bodies of i is soldiers who diet in the 1 Philip Pim s. A new anti Trust Law has gone into effect in Texas which releases debtors j from payment for goods Bour it of trusts. Sister Sta . A teacher Mary Foky a Pupil lost their lives in a lire which destroyed a parochial school in St. Louis. Kev. John Hall a Vres byte Ria minister i univ known through Lieut the United slates died at Cleveland. Of. Aged a i years. Mrs. Lydia Cox. Of Kokomo. Into. Declared the lord had commanded her to fast for the sins of the world and starved to death. At Muncie. Incl the livery barn of i Oor Munshower was burned and Cecil weekly a cab Driver was killed and 47 horses perished. In a Saloon tire in East grand Forks. X. .u., w. D. Kelly one of the proprietors. And t. .1 Mcadam former mayor of the City were burned to death. I Imiri Louisa so Lueler. In whose House in he had been Given a Home of Charity and then killed himself. J it is reported i at leu. Torres Leader of the mexican troops was killed by yaqui indians it a Battle in Ciuray t is desert in which both sides lost heavily. For children cremated. New York feb. 3. The House of George Avi nans. At Boutonville. West Chester county was destroyed by fire in the absence of the parents and four of Avi nans children whose Ages ranged from two to eight , were burned to death. Washington. Feb. Coinage executed at the mints of the Unhjen states during january amounted to 431. As Silver minor coins a Mucky Judy. Stevens Point wis., feb. One o clock wednesday morning with the thermometer 20 degrees below Zero. Miss Amelia Stewart ran a Block in her Nightgown and barefooted to give the alarm for a fire in the masonic Block. The building which was occupied by Max Newalu s department store the Boston furniture and undertaking company a number of offices and lodges was completely destroyed. The loss exceeds 940.000 insurance. ?25.250. Planning another mass narc. New York feb. Have been repeatedly expressed during the last three months that the turks Are plan Ning another general massacre of the christians in the Interior of Turkey. The kurd particularly in Kurdistan Are much excited and it needs Only a spark to Start them upon their work. Fortune s Oshkosh wis., feb. T. Walker a poor Mechanic and his father Timothy t. Walker of Oruro have Silen heirs to ?100.000 in Bank Stock and government Bonds left by the father s sister mrs. Nancy Marie Dikeman. Of . I they had not suspected the existence of the for tune. Famous i Beer retired. Detroit Mich. Jan. 31. The famous old Champ on pacer Hal Pointer whom cheers drove to the then famous rec Ord of was shipped Back to East Aurora. X. A. Tuesday night and will spend the rest of his Dai s at the Vil Lage farm a pensioner of his former owners. The i Farlins. Fourteen Lom. London Jan. 31. The Steamer Keraus. From Philadelphia january 4, via Dartmouth january 22. Has been wrecked at forms Riff. Near Aarhuus. Denmark where she was bound. Her cargo is a total loss. Fourteen of the Crew were saved the Captain and 13 men were drowned. The president s Ulm today. Washington Jan. Jmc Kinley Ivas 07 years old monday. He received Many congratulations from visitors and a Large number of Cable Grams and telegrams Felici Tating him upon the occasion. Many Floral remembrances were sent him. Emvy by Fariba tilt. Minn. Jan. Little tillage of. Morri Stovren ten Miles was nearly wiped of existence by fire monday night. Twenty three business firms were burned and 2% blocks Are in ashes. The work being done by Law makers at fifty sixth ses Sion in Washington. Summary of the daily proceedings. Civil government. Lie res i lie lit will name a Cummin to Ikot i a military Itule in tin 1 . President me a Iii commission to be Leb. Kislev will soon tote appoint ment of a i senator i Lormil Lrtil a traitor " s Idieo to have i Una Joelore the Jlou i o w i l 1 in Ollil Inry from Cuba Washington. Jan. Senate passed 23 pension by is and decided not to reconsider the vote by which the samoan treaty was ratified. In a speech senator Mason .111. Co i Cem tied an alleged interview in which the British Consul or Ean called him a senator til Man de noticed the administration s Philip Pine policy. Charles c. Bennett of new York was Eie eted Secretary of the Senate and Daniel m. 01 in Diana sergeant at arms. Washington. Jan. Bill was passed in the Senate yesterday Grani inc pensions of per month to the Mother of Lieut. . Of the Navy and the widow of . Hen. C. K. Augur. Senator line on on argued in favor of self government for the filipinos. W. V. Sullivan senator from Mississippi was sworn in. Washington feb. Hefti Otow is. Was branded As a traitor in the Senate yesterday by some of his colleagues in Connie non with Liis persistent efforts to obtain recognition for Aguinaldo and the filipino insurgents. The committee on Porto Alico voted to allow the Island a Delegate in Congress. Washington feb. 5.--senator Daniel a spoke in the Senate yesterday in opposition to the Jinan dial measure. A Bill to establish a depart ment of Commerce and industries was favourably reported. Washington. Feb. X an Effort by senator Pettigrew s. A to discuss the philippine in the Senate yesterday was of no Avail As he was met by i Point of order which took him from the floor. No business of importance was transacted. Adjourned to monday. Washing ton. Jan. Joint Roso itt Tion setting apart of the appropriation made for the support of the regular and Volunteer army for the current year for the construction of a military Hospital at fort leaven Worth. Kan., was introduced in the Louse saturday. Eulogies were delivered upon the late Samuel t. Baird a representative from Louisiana. Washington Jan. The House yesterday a Bill was introduced to withdraw the military forces from Cuba on july 4 next. A Bill was passed to jilt 1 i1v. I charged with the establishment of civil govern unt in the . There Wil be five members of tin1 and col. Charles pc by. If he can be. Prevailed upon to go. Will probably be Hippo incur. Chairman. Prof. Jean c. J Worcester also a member of the philippine coinmis.-. Be appointed a. Determined i liar there is no necessity for either a military or naval Man Oil i the new commission As its functions j will be purely civic. 1 Manila. Feb. Otis has issued a important circular which was coup Lei signed by col. Ija Rbt a. Who succeeded lieu. Co. As adjutant Gen eral. The circular removes restrictions on land Trade and provides for the pass ing through military of persons presenting permits or a certificate from tin commanders in towns. It is believed Shai this circular will have the effect of reducing the High prices of commodities in the Manila Market and will promote Prosperity in the Interior. Tee funeral ship. Transport Tutinas. of Ceil. Lavi ton Ami Jiuji. , reaches Francisco. San Francisco Jan. Her flags at half Mast the United states j tuesday bearing the remains of Gen Henry Lawton. Maj. John a. Logan. Or. Lieut Bennett and or. J. J. L. Armstrong. In the Cabin of the Thomas were about 20 passengers including mrs. Lawton and her children. San Francisco. Feb. Mrs. Lav ton arrived Here she received the first news that friends of her husband had raised a subscription of for her and she was overcome with gratitude. San Francisco feb. 2. The remains of maj. Gen. Lawton. Maj. John a. Logan and or. John l. Armstrong1 St Arteil on a special train which left this Eirv at two o clock thursday afternoon. Pital at fort Leavenworth Kan. Or. n. A introduced a Bill giving the thanks of Congress and a Gold medal to Helen Miller Gould for patriotic serv ice during the War with Spain. Washington. Jan. A Bill author izing the acceptance of a site for n Mil itary Post near Des Moines. La., was passed in the House yesterday. The committee decided to report no River and Harbor Bill this session. Washington. Feb. The House yesterday or. Tyler 0. Introduced a Resolution declaring the american in Tention to hold the Philippines. Or. Gardner x. A introduced a Bill appropriating to the danish West indies. Or. Williams miss de fenced the action of certain Southern states Iii Dis franchising the negroes. Washington. Feb. On the Indian appropriation Bill took a wide Range in the House yesterday the Fea Ture being a Strong speech in favor of expansion by or. Sibley dem. The diplomatic and consular appropriation Bill was reported. The claim of Brig Ham ii. Roberts of Utah of for mileage was rejected. Washington. Feb. .1. To the House yesterday a Bill was to Reim Burse volunteers for expenses of sick Nesses to War. The Indian appropriation Bill was discussed. Alliott to woman s inf Arngre. Boston feb. Anti women suffragists who appeared before the committee on election Laws to oppose the three acts before it. Granting Frage to women had for their Cham Pion Rev. Or. Lyman Abbott of few York. He created a sensation by Curt y rebuking i be if Merabie Julia Ward Howe in a Lively personal encounter. Parliament opens. London. Jan. Seventh ses Sion of the fourteenth parliament of Queen Victoria opened yesterday. In her speech the Queen the War in Stith Africa would be continued until the Empire wins. The ministry was sharply criticised by leaders of the opposition and the Irish factions agreed to work in her Mon. expenditures Washington. Feb. Janu Ary the government receipts amounted to against s41.774.930 for january. 1s90. The expenditures aggregated against s5i.122.770 for january. 1s99. Leaving a surplus last month of helped Rescue or. Kane. Alameda cal., Jan lever formerly a. Paymaster in the United states Navy and probably the last survivor of the government Relief expedition which rescued or. Kane the Arctic explorer in 1s55, is dead a Home Here. Children cremated. Boutonville. X. . House of George Ayi nans was destroyed by fire and his four children were cremated. Death of mrs. V. Wittemeyer. Philadelphia. Feb. Annie Wittemeyer. Who became famous As an army nurse during the civil War. Is known throughout rhe. Country As an authoress and lecturer died Friday at her Home tit Samii Oga. Pa., near Here. Mrs. Wittemeyer was born in Kentucky 72 years ago. She entered the army As a nurse As soon As the civil War broke . She was the founder of the soldiers orphans Home at Davenport a. A c ends in Xenia 0., feb. Linder was shot and killed by the add ens Allen at Val lev. N few Miles South of hers Friday As the result of a fetid. Alien in a restaurant when Linderen tired and drawing a revolver placed it against Allen s body. A desperate struggle ensued in which alien Drew his revolver shot Linder three times. Allen is under arrest. Fire in Indianapolis. Indianapolis. And. Feb. 2. Fire which broke at five o clock thurs Day afternoon in George w. Stout s wholesale grocery spread to adjoining buildings occupied by Brinkmeyer Tuhn co. Wholesale grocers the company wholesale boots and shoes and the a. Kiefer drug a total losses timoted at an awful tie i la. Ottumwa la., Jan. Spencer a Farmer living Miles North of Lovilia deliberately held his infant child robbed of its cloth nor. in the piercing cold monday until it was Frozen still. His wife stood calmly by and watched the deed. The atrocious crime is ascribed to a fit of insanity caused by a religious fever which had stricken the Twain. Seven drowned. Bette feb. 3. The italian bark Quirinale from Carthagena has been wrecked near Villoro. Capt. Calde and six men of the Crew were drowned. The markets. Is new York. Feb. 4 it 5 it 5 i 3 is 4 54 55 5 of 4 50 a 5.1 3 7.-1 live Stock steers hogs. Sheep Pate Minnesota patents 2 tier Mav 2 May 2 White factors if 34 Chicago Bevc ski 50 Texas 4 stockers 3 m feeders 410 Bulis. I hogs Light i packing at Isla Iii to 4 5 40 24 19 is dairies it w eggs 9 Liu off 1" thu Flo s ribs May. 5 5 May. Corn play Oats. May 23uw Rye. No. 2. Barley. Malting zit i Milwaukee. No. 1 nor n fonts. No. 2 White y of Rye no. 1 53v.w Barley no. 2. -15 if Kansas City May j 64 Corn May Oats no. 2 Nimfa Rye no. 2. St. cattle native steers j3 so 6 i 23% butchers fl4ss 4 25

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