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THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY. PER
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THE OHIO DEMOCRAT
To Our I'ntrmis ami 1'rleiiiH
Wlmn vnu fro nwny from homo, or linvo
ft-loiuU viMtltiK voit.or you mo koIiir to Rlvo
ii partVi munlonlo or leceplloti, or when your
church or society contempliito liny pioceut
lims.or when you noil, liny, or clinniro your
fciilrtonconrlmsliiosn, or your miii or iliiugli
tor In mnrrletlior when jour neighbor ro(n n
new baby, or, In n uoul, ir you know tiny,
tiling or Interest totlin public, In Ing or semi
lllniindtlia Dkmochat wlllglndly npprecl
P. W. Dolllson luts been grnut
od an increase, of pension.
A'roiis-oloct Notcatono wiih in
town a few days this wook.
And now they talk about giv
ing ox-Queen Lil, ft pension.
John lUzcr of Parry Tp was a
Logan visitor on Wednesday.
MissKnto Wefller Is visiting
with Mrs. It. Rcmpel this week.
Miss Vie Davis has returned
to Nelsonvlllo again, nftor a two
Two good, young horses for
pale at reasonable prices. A. M.
Sparks, Logan, Ohio.
Wanted Hoarders. Call on
Mrs. M. A. Jones, Spring Street,
opposite Opera House.
Col. Woldy and Judge IJright
were in Pennsylvania several days
recently on legal business.
Mrs. Mollio A. Allen has re
turned homo after a two months
visit with relatives and friends in
Mattoon, Charleston and Tuscola,
Constable Mount went to
ILiynes P. O., last Tuesday and
put up his notice to sell a portable
saw mill at that place next Satur
day. Davis' Big 3-Car Uncle Tom's
Cabin Co. use a ear-load of special
scenery. The transformation is
the finest over staged. At Hem pel
Opera House, Thursday, March 2.
Freedom 15. Randall, aged
near ninety years, of New Ply
mouth, father-in-law of Hon A. C.
Sands, died lattt Wednesday. His
funeral will take place next Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. R. Rempol and
two sons, Mr. and Mrs. Win Waner
41 ii el several other ladies and
gentlemen of our town attended
the Opera at Columbus on Wednes
The west room of the Murphy
Block is now being fitted up for
Stockweil & Heck, who will occupy
it in a few days with a first class
hoe store. Gus Stolnman is to bo
Washington Wymnti and A.L.
Huster, of Lancaster were in town
Wednesday to -ee how many Dem
ocrats would join the Lancaster
Club in getting reduced rates to the
Miss Emily Nelson preaches
overy Sunday morning 10:30 and
ovening 7:00and Wednesday even
ing 7:00 instead of Rev. II. Hall at
the Free Methodist church during
the conference year lh03.
Miss Eva Neikirk, daughter of
Frank Neikirk of Ruchtel,' was
stricken with paralysis about r p.
in. Friday last. The young lady
who is about l'J years old, has been
sick for several months. Nelson
Wo wero almost rendered
speechless the other day when wo
entered tho Recorder's office and
found the crowd busily poring over
a Bible. The question of plural
ityof created human races was
tho subject under consideration.
should at onco call their primaries.
None should be later than Satur
day, March 18, so that the nomina
tions can all bo certified to tho
county Board not later than March
23. It will bo too late afterward.
Isaiah F. Sain, of Hunter St.,
died lust Wednesday of lung fever.
His remains wero taken to Mc
Arthur yesterday for interment.
Tho funeral was under tho aus
pices of tho Masonic Brotherhood
of Logan, of which ho was a mem
ber. Some of our correspondents
are getting loo minute in their de
tails 5f tho occurences of their
neighborhoods to bo of interest
generally. Tho calling of ouo
noighbor on another, tho stating
that somo ono attended church,
that some fellow called on his best
girl Saturday night, and a wholo
lot of simillar statements, aro not
matters that create any interest in
the mind of tho render, or enter
tain in any way, but rather make
him tired. Stato tho unusual
events, marriages, births, deaths,
vlsitB of pcoplo from a distance, of
peoplo going off on visits, sickness,
accidents, and any thing outof tho
Kotlco Is hereby given that in implication
will bo mailo to tlio Hoard ot Managers of the
Ohio I'onltontlnrv. nt their next renulnr meet
ing, lor the purolu or Clmrleb Lewis, who wns
sentenced to u term nt!lo j cure In said Peni
tentiary by tho Court of Common l'lca9 oi
Hocking County, at tho Scptemher termlnll,
lor shooting nt with Intent to kill and wound,
JUdfiO MO. B1U. . JBAtll-.LLfl. JjkWJO
February 10, ISO?.
The Logan Manufacturing Co,
Arises From its Ashes,
"With a Now Building, Lar
ger, Bettor Lighted and
A Description of tho Now Plant.
On Monday last, wo visited tho
Now Works of tho Logan Manufac
turing Company, and will attempt
to glvq our readers somo nccount
of what tho now works will bo
when entirely complote.
Tho building is two stories high
and TOXlf'O feet in size, hnvlng a
lloor space of about 10,000 sqft.,
which is more by 3,500 than in tho
The now engine is a line pieco of
machinery of one hundred horse
power, furnished with two drive
wheels from which tho power is
communicated to two three-inch
lino shafts, extending tho full
width of the building, and supplied
with numerous pulleys, thus dis
tributing tho power to tho numer
Tho entire building will be
warmed with hot air, thus obviat
ing tho necessity for tho cumbrous
and dangerous stoves.
On tho first iloor will be located
the Boiler and Engine, a, Surface
Planer, a Flooring Machine, Self
feeding Rip-naw for re-suving sid
ing and othei material, Hand Feed
Rip Saw and Cut off Saw.
On tho second floor will bo found
two Rip, ono single, and ono double
cut-off saws, ono band saw and a
Jig saw, one Planer, one Jointer,
one Universal Wood Worker, one
double-head Simper, ono double
head Tenoning Machine, one Stick
er, one .Mortising Machine, one
Dovetailer and Borer combined,
one Doling Machine, ono three
drum Wood Polisher, one Sand Pa
pering Drum ami Face Wheel com
bined and one Automatic Knife
All the machinery was selected
by Mr. Adam Lulz, and is of the
latest and most improved style,
and the factory when completed
will he second to none in the land.
The factory will he supplied with
a large hand elevator and convey
ing trucks by which the labor in
shifting of stock from point to
point as it goes through, from the
rough to the finished state, will be
reduced to a minimum.
A powerful Suction Fan will con
vey tho shavings from the machine
room to tho pit convenient to the
mouth of the boiler pit.
The Cabinet Room is immediate
ly to tho east of the Machine room
and in the matter of light and com
fort cannot bo excelled by any in
tlio wholo land.
The plant will be in full opera
tion by Mareli 1st, prox. when every
energy will be concentrated' to fill
ns speedily as possiblo the numer
ous orders which have accumulated
during the enforced idleness of this
deservedly popular company.
The Spring Election.
The Lancaster Gazette in a late
issue, in giving the proceedings of
a meeting of tho county Board of
Deputy Supervisors of elections
lias the following which will bo of
interest to all parties:
"The clerk has directed to for
ward oaths to tho judges and
clerks of elections whenever nec
essary, to advertise in tho county
papers for scaled proposals for
printing ballots and tho necessary
blanks for tho coining April elec
tions, to correspond with the sev
eral village clerks and procure tho
names of the ox-ofiicers, members
of council of villages, to procuro
tho number of road supervisors'
districts in eacli township of tho
county, with tho number of votes
cast at the election in encli, to as
certain tho number and location of
tlio school districts in this county
in which residents may vote for
members of tho board of education
of tho village to which tltoy areat
aclied for school purposes.
Tlio Board desires to call tho at
tention of tlio voters to tho fact
that tho coming spring election
will be held under the Australian
ballot law the samo as last fall;
and that tho manner of certifying
nominations this spring will bo dif
ferent from that of last fall.
'Plinilin7.rr.nr. miWlna ohnnlrl nmn.
. ., , ,.,,, ,., . ,,
iiiiito their oiuulldute.s on each
tickot to bo voted for in townships,
cities and vUIhkcs of tho county
and certify tho sumo on blunks
furnished by tho IJotird moro than
ton (10) dnys, if possiblo, before tho
oloL'tlon to tho dorks of tho town
ships for elections in townships
and tlio clerks of villnges for elec
tions in vitiligos so that tho clerks
may fllo the nomination papers
with tho clerk of tlio Board of
Elections who will havo tho tick
ets jirtntod. Tlio importance- of
this can ho seen ns tho law re
quires the nomination papers to ho
filed Willi clerk of tho Hoard of
Elections not later than ten (10)
days before- tho election. Last fall
the nomination papers had to be
certified in tho first place to the
clerk of the Board of Elections by
All candidates for all the offices
to bo filled this spring should be
nominated in this way except for
school directors who do not, come
under the law and they may ho
elected as heretofore.
Tim election will lake place on
Monday, April 3rd."
It will bo noticud that Road Dls
trict Supervisors will havo to he
nominated In their respective dis
tricts and certified to the township
clerk and all other township offic
ers likewise; wnrd and village of
ficers and meinhers of lioaid of ed
ucation are to be certified to the
village clerk. Theso clerks must
certify all nominations thus made
to tho county Board not less than
10 days before the election. As
the time is short it behooves tho
Democrats of the county to move
at onco and hold their primaries
and certify their nominations.
Ono of Hocking Valley Civil En
gineer Corps says that ho saw a
chicken deliberately commit sui
cide one day last week at Middle
port. It ran out to the railroad
track an placed its- head beneath
the wheels of a passing train, and
its head was severed from its body.
What tho cause of the chicken's
sucido was, lie did not state, but
probably grief over some real or
imaginary wrong led to tho deed,
or it might be that she saw a grain
of corn on tho r.tilrond track.
Wo frequently hear of animals
committing suicide, but wo believe
that this is the first time wo ever
heard of a chicken doing the act.
Dies in his Hotel.
Andrew Stewart was born
Scotland 02 yoar- ago
was a young man, he
of oppression and the hampoiod
condition of man in all European
countries and hied himself to free
America where every man is a
lord. The great ci vii w ar came on
soon after he arrived here and ho
enlisted in a Connecticut regiment
and valiantly defended the cause
of the North in the great struggle.
At tlio close of the war, he, like
the great body of men who had
served in the army, returned to
his vocation that of a tailor. In
this he was what is called a "jour
neyman." He traveled fiom town
to town getting employment us he
could, sometimes for a lew days or
weeks, sometimes for a few months
or may be, the greater part of a
year. In this way he had gone
over in tho last thirty years a large
scope of the U. S.
Sometime last summer he struck
Logan in his wanderings and
search for employment and sub
sistence. For a while ho worked
for Albert Becker and then for
Drown Bros. His earnings were
always promptly disponed of and
he virtually never had a dollar
ahead except on pay or pension
day. It is one of tho peculiarities
of many good pensioners to havo a
great and grand time four times a
year, and Stewart was not an ex
ception to the rule. Ho merited
his pension and had good right to
do as ho pleased with it for his
own best enjoyment. Tin's i one
of the things for which pension is
Then Stowart was open hearted,
kind and generous and his associ
ates all loved him.
A few weeks ago ho fell sick
His means, of course, were limited
Tho noble hearted old soldiers of
the town came to the rescue. They
waited on him, and watched and
cared for him night and day. He
was a stranger in a strange land,
as it wore. They stood by him,
and when his sickness waxed worse
and the death angol entored his
chamber last Monday morning,
bravo men, who had endured in
describable hardships thirty years
ago, were with him, and did all
human help could do, till his soul
took its filial loavo of tlio body,
that had crossed the sea and im
periled life and limb for freedom.
After tho vital spark had fled tho
samo men who had so kindly min
istered to him in his distress and
helplessness looked after him and
saw thai his burial was appropri
ate and befitting that of a soldier
Of tile Great Republic.
His funeral took place
afternoon, attended by more people
than was vur known to attend tlio
final rites loeny stranger in Logan.
Mr. Stewart had an aunt living
in Kentucky, a brothor who is a
sailor, and an aged mother in Scot
land. A.L. O'NEILL.
NOTARY PURlilC & KIJAIj ESTATK
Starr P. 0. Hocking County, tf.
Money loaned on security. Colleetlon
innilo. I,i gnt business transacted. AH on
most rcasonahlo terms.
The Memory of Washington.
Clovctnml 1'lnln Denier.
"First In war, first in peace and
first In tho hearts of his country
men." Today is tho anniversary of
tho birth of him who In tho hitter
quarter of tho last century stood
for all that was patriotic and hon
orable. Ho lived in I bodies when
it was wmtli something to ho pat
rioticwhen patriotism meant
much hesido mercenary ambition.
Tho man who In the days of tho
revolution dared ventuie all in tho
battlo for freedom ami equal rights,
ventured nioro than most of tho
patriots of tlio present day, whoso
sole ambition appears to bo poss
ession of the power of office and its
George Waslilu'gtoiiwa's'a repre
sentative American, although born
an aristocrat and reared amid
stately surroundings. It seems al
most incredible that he should
have become tho leader of a band
of rebels, with but a bare chance of
success In a struggle with the most
powerful nation on the face of the
earth. It Is doubtful if at first ho
was fully in sympathy with (lie
movement having Independence
for its object, but when called upon
by the conllnetal congress to as
sume the leadership of tho volun
teers, who flocked together under
a Hag without a nauio, lie sunk
self and became a patriot in all
that pertains to patriotism. To
him it meant much, for his possess
ions weio valuable and the chances
for success wore small. Yet amid
all tlio vicissitudes of the eight
long years of struggle, battle and
defeat his patriotism never waver
ed although his spirits,' wero at
times greatly depressed. And
when at last victory crowned the
American arms and peace was so-
cured his greatest desire was to
retire to the quiet of his long do
sorted homo at Mt. Voinou and en
joy the rest so hardly won.
When the people again called
him from the quietude he so much
enjoyed to be come the head of the
government lie had done so much
to seem c, it was uuwilliijgly that
he responded, and only at tho di c
tates of the patriotism that had
animated him throughout the
years that wero past in the strug
gle for life and death, and when
there were those who de-ired to
establish a monarchy in the new
world, with him as its head he
nobly and patriotically icliiicd to
bo a party lo such movement. He
lived a patriot to the end.
In the life of Wa-hiiigton the
youth of the 1 ind have an example
of purity ol motive that may be an
incentive to patriotism and hones
ty in their own lives. As tho
bright particular star that was
potent in the early days of this
country, in tho establishment of
the principles of liberty, and equ
ality his nanio will ever he revered.
J)rt. xtivnjf ,i o- tUo fAoi IH-M!. Foal
tiCi,v Cwstl Er u(T)!(i!t'rl::; JUr
M IsmPiMrotatoarstivJW ur.wtiiGhcan bocler
!n o j 1st ct t osi.tt iup ot coi u or tea, or in fas J
7 iouitt.l'awcl.!QOtihi.pdtlcut. It la ufcaolut?ls
luircio, nji will uf.'es a pcrra-mem cud spscdj
cum, wiicii uo p-Wv it ir u moiurata drinker c
an aicolv.lta wrap it nan born fvtn in thousand
of cries, end m cfv in unnc xpcrieot euro has lol
love it Nort 1 f'lti, 'Anen-temoncoiinprcinct'
f flwitht'ic JpeaMicittifoti jtmmterimpoajibilltj
lor tho liquor appetite to o i 't. Cuee Kuarcn:ectl.
4t) )u.;tt do V: ot psittcul iri free. Adiioss
First Kutlonnl llnnk of Wilmington, ctnl.
I,. A. Cuhorutnl.
In the Com t of Common 1'lons of Hocking
Notice Is hnifhy Riven, Hint tho undoislRii
ul.Slieiitt of llofklnuRountv. Ohio, by vlr-
t lie of nn Kxcuutlnn lssuul mil of Milil Com t
in t lionbmo unt ltloc 1 rniis.. and to him (II
iicteil ns Slieilll'of snlil County, will, nt tlio
uooi ol tlio Uimit llou0 in uignii, on
tiuluvday, March U,A . T. 1S93,
nt 1 oVlnek 1'. M. nfsilil ilny, oiler for salo nt
imblle auction, the follow In.; hunts unci tene
ments situate in Hocl.liii County, O., anil In
mo village oi Logan, viz;
Lot No. 221 nppr.ilseil at 'inno.on
I,ot Xo.'iUOiipiuiilMMl ul u().00
Appraised nt iJMIHX)
Teilns of s. lie i ash.
lli en uniler my liuiiii nt I.onn. Ohio, this
2iul ilny ot Febumry A. I). IM'l.
11. V. WHKIHT.Slicrlir,
L. X). Vickei", Atty for l'tfl.
Agents Winded i:erjMliero To Sell
CRAWFORD'S LIFE OF BLAINE
Written liy Mi. Hhilno'tf most Intltnnto I.lt
einry Associate anil Confidential Krlund.
g&TTliu Only Official Edition.r
Ihuloii-cd hj U. S. Seiialoib mid Unbind
Steel l'latii front WnlcCQ
IS JlngnMccMit llnir-fom"..
UKiOistiiNO I'liju.. I'llcc.OO
Send 2je for 41.00 Outfit.
Tho only woik oiiituii.cil hy the leaillng men
Usual Large Terms (Jiven to Agents.
Don't wnlt to wilto, but fccndnt onco TO
DAY mid Ilia Money Is yours.
INTEREST INTENSE! ACT O.UICK!
The 111 t to bcml ."!. (postngo) for outfit nets
Standard Life ;& Accident
STATE Or OHIO, INMTKAKnillKl'AIlTMISNT,!
Com'mhuo, rrlimuiy .'d, IhJl f
I, W. II. Kinder, Siipcrmtei deut of Insurance of
tlie State otOlilo, do lieieby certify Hint the
Stamiaiid l.irisA.Nii Ace ipe.ntInsukasce COMl'AVY,
loomed at Detroit, hi tun Mute of Mk'hlui., has
compiled in nil renpectK n 1th t lie Ihwk of tills Suite,
relating to InHUranee lompun.'i, nth' r than I,tfe,
Incorporated liy other Mines nf I ho I'liltMltstnti-B,
and In authorized to train tct Itu iipproprlute hush
nc&iof Accident liitfiirtinceln thUhcnte, In nccnr
dance with law, durlnptlw current ear. Thocon
ditlon and buslncsx of Mild Company on the tlili ly
flrst day of Deceiulier, of tli year next p'eeeduu
the date hereof. Is Hhon n hy the rtnletiient, under
oath, required hr Section USI, ItevUed Statutes of
Ohio, to be an folli'MH
ApcrPKtiliJ nni nut of iiiiillal le Aonft" . 17S.C4 C3
Airprn'iUeiininuntuf Hit tiliiin (uxift cnpl
tulj, hiclualiid nxluiuranw .. . 42M01 0J
NH Amen t-'ll.MIM
Amount or uilu.il mlil-up ciipllsj. .mo.uoo oo
MJri'lu $ II Ml 51
Amount of liiioni' lor tlm "ar In cfti'li. 1?M 61
Alunuiitnf i:x.i'i'lllunfJr llm jf.irllica.il 727 6M M
In Witni-hi, Wiimii'ii, 1 Imie nneuntoubi'tnil
my name, una luum '1 mputlklui hi a to be ultixid.
lite day and year lift above urlttcn.
SEAL. V. II. KlMJItli, bill'l. of Imuran!.
J. P. CANTY, At?f., Lojrtin, Ohio.
. , -iWi&ii.,., iiiiiwiii.
To 1)0 retailed at Manufacturers Prices. We are offering liner
and cheaper Wall Papers than we have ever offered, and at
prices that will surprise while they delight the careful and eco
nomical house keeper. Just think 4 cts will buy a nice paper
with line match border 5, 6, 7, 8, and 1 0 cts. for fine gilt papers
with match borders and ceilings that you have always paid from
15 to 40 cts for the same paper before we opened up our great
Wall Paper Department. Our Stock is all in and we arc now
ready to show you the handsomest line of paper and at much
lower prices than ever before.
IVI1WI JOJLI iJLil XJ
But a B
Our prices may startle, but they will not vex the careful buyer.
Is the Lowest Prices any object to you?
Are the finest qualities any inducement?
Ii" so, come in and see our splendid new stock of Mens' Boys' and
Childrens' Clothing-. Hats, Gents Furnishing Goods.
TIP wWf hWW m 1
Iliu iiO-lillUl fluuUl LllluilL 01 I
So great in assortment, so pleasing in style. So honest in
quality. The Widowake Merchant is never afraid to sell goods
on a close margin. We want to get and keep a big trade, we
know of but one way to do it, and find it is not hard to part with
goods so easy to replace, even though margin be very small.
Give a customer a bargain, and he will come again. Thats our
idea and it works to a charm. There is much more that coidd
be said about the advantage we offer every body, but good bye.
Ple Strictly One-Frice
wmVJ1'mrr-rrrwTmr-vn .; tiMiirLL.inii.iiiii tT "-
Siitf Years iQfege
Dft-irSir limn Wn afflicted with Uilrnn omt
eixt) )tir(j. nil d tricil t tviIiIiik for it. tunn iuoiuIih
I lud two lot tor w utuic on me, Imth cti itu upi
(II j. 1 lmc tiikt n thru bottlta of llt?rc"iitt Anthni i
Cure oi.tl I urn b tur th m I lmvo tutu, tur over tift
ioiirn I do n.) own work, ntnl wiah cu ry ouo who
is ulilicted v ul it imo it i trial
ours truly, MJia. MAttY HUNTER.
nr i-'fi rfT-T""-. ""-iTT"i--rr-i r f'f-iTffn,rrf tmini
For tlio I'hoiut'it tinil host of oltl
MiinoiiKulu'lii Kyi' or IJmirUon
Wlilslcii's lor inediciil iisp, tinil llio
licnt of l'iicin;ii nml J'iine.-.tH'
Wines, UriiiHllos, Itiinirt, Aluohol,
tfcf., for till purposes, pull nt tlio old
reliiihlo eornur of Jlurlcet and Jtltiiu
Streets, whero "Mummy" Mumpol
will unit on you. Kvory urticle
you willjilnil to bo ns represented
by tho atttMulIuir clerks, mid wiir
raiited strictly pure.
Notice to Hunters!
No hiintiiifr, shootiiifr or trespas
sing iiorniittod on tlio premises of
the undor.siKned in Marlon Town
ship, Hocking County, Ohio.
N. W. STAltlt,
F. F. Ukmit.i,,
V. W-. McDonald,
A trnnil eotlago houso of five
rooms, on Wood Street
W. 1'. IIIU'T,
,u., , . jjjtlin,i, jtatuftfl.iiiin.j, ,
Pn fjTI P IT fl Y iHfln!
esM for Ik
Ni:rEU FAILS to Cure R fa
or C'onsumptinii. 1 1 i- iR t
C sold on its month by ail OH to?
a aiuu'Eniih or uinirevi .Mjmix:ris.:r,wva-j.ij
RSRCFOSTHMA RURJ CO.. Petersburg. Inil
W. CI. DAWSON. M. I).
l'HYSltlAX A SUiUiEOX,
lias Just constructed n in w iilllce with
inoitei li eniivonh uei , upplhuiei s m d tlt ri ri
mid Ik now tlioiouhl, piepmcd nml iilnu
Hpichil iittelillou to nil thionie uitU pilvute
illsi tiv. Cull on the Doetoi unil be utilsrltd.
Als to be liiiinit nt ulllee oriesldenie,u.
copt when ncceM.nry culls to the count r.v.
Itch on human and horses and
till aitimiiN cured in i)0 niiuutes by
Wt.olford'i Hanitary Lotion. TliN
nover fails. Kohl by F. Harrington,
Jersey cows and Poland China
Hogs. Call on or write to
P. S. CARE,
Logan, O,. Juno 1(1 1S92, 1 have
for oxchiiuge or salo soveral mod
ern stylo Huggles and Carriages
which I will dispose of for cash or
exchange lor n good trusty single
buggy horse. Call soon if you want
a bargain, call on.
F. F. RKMi'i:...
Mill 111 ! IIWl I IWIIIII I !!! I lllll Mill ! II II II I II I IBIlll
WMim &mm p dc
m ickEn wmii
BERGENS ASTHMA CURE.
Ilr Hrrstn f ,fw
lie t r mi -ly wife hail a bid rouch for ten yearn ond
to Npi uiber v,n cmr-el ed to take toiler bed with
HiHiimpiinn Mo had eiven up all liopeu, aud eo
li i.i ttui iltictorR. but with eight bottlen of ReruenB
Anltiuu Cuie hIio mus i ured. and jb us hearty as any
body now Wo cheerfully recommend thW incdlelue
lo all ronBnmptlies
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