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'1I1E AliGUS, "WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, ISIKJ.
Highest of ail in Leavening Pover.
POLITICS IX IOWA.
Four Candidates Now Up for
PE0HHITIC'5IIS IT. TEI CC5TEST
They 1 rrl re the I iqaor Oaritirta the
Paramount Otie and Lt Hum to It-at
J-Lwa ami i af-far- the 1 fcu'ntun
The If-elartifn l PrireipW rnflnli?
Aert That lbur Are Hut Two 1'aMir
People's mnd Cvld
Pi Mmn. Sept 6.-TL lb-publican
who dtem pr.' hitutu r. tre r.-.ost iu.poi"ai,t
pIit:cal question tf. re the recpte cf
I-wa I tM a ta convention here an i
raited corn, ar.y wjtt the res-alar Repub
Ixsr. crsacatirc t!.? remainder of thi
c irr.f a tc .y r.c-tr..r.atti. candidate vor
g verier end re-u !:at.:.g the l-.q'ior -laak
ft loptei at the August co:.vei ,t:on Cal-
.rv Tkb rnsde tit-tnined at, tit i-C de'.e
g:es aiid 1 "r v;t.rs when tl.e conven
ti -r. aen.bled Iianners containing quo
ttticns favorable to prohibition frcrr. fs-t
R-poM;aa platf.-m.s were con-picuou.
R-v. Emory Miller, cf !es Moires, was
male tempera; y chairman and Rev. J. B.
Wells, of E.dora. secretary
The C hairman'a nmai k in I'rief.
Dr. Miller in his address said that if te
Democrats elect Governor Boies gin this
fall it i.l be the fault of the recent Re
publics:: cor.veit:oa He attriMite-d the
ci-nditica of the Rt-puMica- party in Iowa
to generalship which had sought to plsc
ee the wLiky minority at ther.sk of
l"'cg the ProLibitios majority. The
rrgniar c.n.mittee were appointed and
tr.e convention took a recess untii So'clock.
At the aftenoon session the temporary or
ganization was ret .ned. The cun.m.ttee
Mi credentials reported sixty out tf niLety
t:ce cc untie represented by oeieates.
Prominent visitors from various parts of
tie state were admitted as delegates to I':,
number cf a hundrrd or rr. re.
Point of the Platform.
Judge t". C. Nour wa.-. chairman cf
ttria'f rm ccmmiuee and he reined
reK.iutit.ns which declared that tLe
Republicans tare taken a new departure
on the iictu.r t,uetioii. and the lirmo
era's aJi.ere to tntir farmer ifcis.tit.n on
that snhj-ct, ani the leader of b ..n the
partUs tave tdorsed 'he ce. Lsrations of
the;r respective pUtforn.. therefore it
has bec-jUie iiecea-7 for tLe Irohio;
tiO.ista to iiorninate a t:tKrt fi-r them
aeivta which t.na.i re j resent the etnti
tnents of the p ie of the state as
-eretcf.re tx:rei." It was aUo de
clared tiit it is not the design to or..n;ze
a Ltw party or to .ban"oa ptl.tici.1
Tiw Leretf.f. re .xidjvi.iaally rr.a.Ltained,
bJt to repudiate the dtxitrle of lotal op
tion or l.(.ene of the sale of liquor in any
iTobibiiion of Tr.g;ef,t I'aramonnu
It :s fnrrhtr dni.-. red that the pr-'tibi-t.
on of the sale of i:.r.x:c-a.i.,- tverai;f
Is the j.aratriount and pia.:;ica' i-sue of the
campa.sii, and w,i: if u-t.J forward ani
not -ieriD,tteti to ie hidden by the diu.
ion tf tj-jestions t-vrr m.iih the .verncr
and ie,;.s.aiare can eitr;..w no control;
that l.c;uorll;.e a cr.ae; that it is rec
orxmended to the j-ople to use every
proper means to elect a prohibit ion letru
Uture, and finally t: ai it is bel.eved that
the people tf Iowa will indorse this move,
meat to prevent a -ticK-ard irp'r on the
I.quor queetioa whi .i. i,ul be uisconrai;
in and humiliatins anil io ( deplored by
all men who oelievt in the rii-ht.
Coffin NiBDna.teii rr Outrrnor. '
The propoaiti'jc en.L-ix.itrd ia the p'.at
f rm to nc mitate a tuijdiiiatefor governor
prrvoked a lengthy but one-sided debate,
the sentiment cf tte convention being
plainly in line with the report of the co tu
rn. ttee. B F. Wright, of Charles City, ex
plained the object of the nomination. " The
defeat of ilr. Jackson, the Republican
candidate, would be a warning fc Kepub
l.can members of the 1 gisiat are to stand
by the law. Several men were proposed,
but finally L. s. Coff.n, of Fort Do-e. was
nominated on the thtince of his aptinp,
he bemg out of the -ate at this t!ue. C'of
n has been prominent in the Republican
party for years.
HAWKEYE STATE POPULISTS.
They Nominate a Full State Ticket on a
free Silver riatfortu.
I)Lb Moines, Sept. The Populist
tate convention held here was entirely
harmonious. The attendance was up to
the average of similar gatherings in recent
years, about 3(0 accredited delegates being
reported. A full atate ticket was nomin
ated. The platform endorses the Omaha
declarations and says there are only two
parties the Peoples and the "Gold." Up
on the distinctive state iseue of prohibi
tion the platform is in favorof the present
law until it can be succeeded by state or
national control of the liquor traffic. The
convention was called to order by Chair
man R. G. Scott, of the state committee.
The decorations consisted solely of charts
and maps illustrating the distribution of
wealth in the United States. Temporary
Chairman J. M. Joseph, of Creston, spoke
at length. The burden of his remarks was
that the money kings control the old par
ties; that they are but divisions of one
"party, and destined to camp together soon.
The tariff ia a humbug, he declared, and
the so-called bimetallists are conspirators.
His radical utterances in favor of ailTer as
the money of the constitution" created
the wildest applause. A. J. Westfall, of
Sioux City, was made permanent chair
man, and Alfred Wooster and Crawford
The convention held a love feast with
speeches and songs while a collection was
made, and then the committee on resoliw
tions, of which General James B. Weaver
was chairman, reported standard Popu
list resolutions, the keynote of which was
that the "one overshadowing, all-absorbing
issue before the American people to
day is the question whether the debtors of
tb United Bute shall be allowed to pay
their debts iu tte money of the constitu-
Latest U. S. Gov't Report
lion or wnetcer tceir n
thall be cont.si-ated U
pirates. The only pai
unit a-ain-t li.e tricks
is lie 1'eople's party. '
partus tis.ay me Pet
4:0. : party."
dar.e that the
tl.e s,'er .ollar in y.Z
Ct'n; iracy an-t viila.nj
mes ana property
r the benefit of the
ty that votes as a
of the millionaires
here are only two
pie's p rty and the
was a coid-biooded
is reiterated and
the elettion v f the prvs
.dent and senators
tv 10: u.ar vote it nivu
Mted; it is demand-
eu lLal t e Kior;.aj-ee
pay a share c-f tLe
tax -n the 11.01 t,.i-
Wt'iijii sutTrate is ii.co
Wa aiit, led Vilhoul C
eti propvrty, and
ei. The pUtfcrni
.-Lte and a ticket
Governor, J. M.
; snpr-riiie ji;die,
ay. of Must-atine;
Mrs. Withrow, of
s of ktnts
? Republican state
u.rado rne in con
le future course of
Wt noii.inatt-d j-.s loili'
JoseJ h. ,t C resell; l-i
E. A. Oil, of Dt ilomt
A. W. C. Week,, of
commissioner, J. A. O
j DlNV R. Spt. 6 Tt.
Cc-ntral v-oir.mitte of C.
t ference to decide on t
' the p'-irty ia this state i:
tile attitude which the
cf the Republican pirv
view of "the hos
in contress have
'-suru-rt - towar ;s !im
; was a full attendance at
adopt ed liKlsrr.e that
purpose of the Republic
rad to make silver th
it was not deemed te
frt at iari-e. as or. al.
that cf silver they were
the national cr,jan-.r-it:.
d an ad !ress wa
while it wa th
au r,'rt": cf Ccl--?
-t ;o abandon th
isi-.e" aside from
in fall accord w.th
I IDw LA50H IN PROCESSION
thty Toine in Contact V ith Some Men at
Work and Riot tutors
! Cleveland. Sept 6 A desierate en
counter occurred betwe n a ?r J of ar.
en. ployed work mea an. sti-; canes of
pavers and eer builders A proce,:oa
of idle men was formed ia the H-.ti t-anan
aa Polish ct:ot and tecaa para-lins the
ttf-ets. They pse3 through Holtotj
street, where about foty mea employe 1
by McCarthy j -er ere at work on tr.e
iwer tn nch. The i ; or V-j men in the
procev-ion, nearly a. I c f whom were for
e ener, sno-itei as they passed the sewer
bu.lders, but made no m jve tnea to molest
Tier had cot prro-eled far. however,
before they halted, and retr.minK to th
aewee trench openeti war on tue men
at work therein Brick and otter mis
s:ls were thrown a; t he sewer builders,
loc.e of whom were bad.y hurt and others
were pounded enmert if ally with the Mts
of their assailants. One of the contractor
SAVa thAt at la.r t-. ... - :
' r.frr..-ei nrvr.n sxt-a .m K.i ' T - ,1 I .....
f " - - -. in am iye.
him :n a terrible manner. 'Michael Irp
wa-s hit ia the aide with a brick. Joe Baeb
ler was baily cat on the head and face by
a.miiar mi.l, and a tncklayer hose
name could not be lean ed received a bad
cut in the cheek.
There were forty men at work ia the
fewer nod they 2cd p secipitately at the
first assault. Inspect, t George" Bailey
was examining the Ca-raa street ewer
when the moo came at on him. He was
suspected of be n one of the boes and
was as-aalted with Mones. I: is esti
mated that at least U rty stones struck
him. He was knocked d jwn several times,
bat each time managed to resraia his tet
While the atones were still flying about
him he f-tarte-i for a street Car. hoping to
board it and escape. Before i e had gone
very far, however, be tank to the ground
GRAND ARVY ENCAVPVENT
Some Feature of the 'ararit Harrison
ateeos Open House.
j Ismanap- t-.-sept. 6 The great parade
came to aa end late in tae afternoon, and
the veterans were so tir d with their lung
march that many reunions which were to
have been held were dropped No estim
ate has been made of the camber ia line,
but the procession did not eual by any
means the one last ye ir. Four crippled
veterans, who were atnong the earliest
founders of the G. A. R-, led the Illinois
division. Ibey were V.. y. .Kenagal, of
Kankakee; W. J. Railed??, of Jackson
ville, who was promiaett with Dr. Sterrn
son ia forming the Grand Army; General
A. C. Sweiser, of Bloom ngton. and W. H.
Jenkins, of Springfield.
A mimic monitor w;j a feature of the
parade. It was drawn by six horses and
escorted by a body of sailor veterans.
Wisconsin showed up -rell, as did Ohin,
while there was but one veteran each from
Washington and Alas ita The Mattoon
(III.) post chanted the refrain, "Hang
Hoke Smith toa Sour AppleTree, "during
the whole march. Kuril g the day ex-President
Harrison's house was the objective
point toward which hundreds of comrailes
bent their stejs. The doors were throve
wide open. and all who came were wel
eouied. At Tomlinson hall al night the
Woman's Reiief corps -vas tendered a re
ception. ex-Stcretary X ble delivering the
address of welcome.
The encampment proper assembled in
Tomlinson bail this morning at 10 o'clock.
The morning session was devoted to pre
liminary business. There were about
1,0'X) de.egates present. Last night there
was a brilliant display of fireworks wit
nessed by many thousaxds.
Renewal of Business at Ilarrlrburg.
HakkisBCBG, Pa.. Sept. 6. A marked
revival is noticeable amt ng the industrial
establishments in this city and deposits
are rapidly flowing into the banks. The
Lochiel rolli.ig mill, in which work was
suspended a few months ago. is being put
In shape for resumptioi Oct. L The La
lance Groejeau works ha re resumed work
and all its departments will be in opera
tion by the end of this month. All the
mills of the Pennsylvan a Steel company
at Steelton started up today and gave em
ployment to 8,000 men.
ui a oood toddaae.
Fraskfobt, Ky..Sept 6. Alonzo Brook
shire, the notorious outlaw, who after h
had escaped from the pt altentiary about a
year ag killed Jailer Tipton and two dep
uty sheriffs, wko were endeavoring to ar
rest him fur horse steali lg, is dying of ty
pnoid fever within the vails here.
NOVICES FOR SURE.
Or There Would Be Some Dead
WOULD-BE TEilS iOEBLB CAUGHT.
A Cnlqne Case, for a Faet. toOeenr In Mis
souri Contrxlirtarr Report of the Re
tnarkabls Event. Rat the Capture Was
ArcomplUhed Somehow The "Holdnp'
Takes Plaes at a Notorious Point No
St Loris. Sept d Another tra:.n has
been held rp on the St Louis and Sta
Francisco road. thU Time with the unique
accompaniment of a captured robber. Ex
prew train Xo. 1 on the ""Frisoo" west
bound was flagged with a red light a few
miles east of pAtifi:. which is about forty
rni'es west of St. Louis. The train came
to a standstill, and two men held tte en
gine crew at bay while a third went to the
express car and demanded admittance
The mesenger refused to open the doer.
The demand then cam? from enc- of the
engine guards to "blow her open."
Trainmen Enter an Objection.
Thii command was almost instantly
followed hj- a deafening report, and the
woodwork of the c..r was wrecked. Then
the thtve highwaymen joined forces and
tried to enter the car, but were impieded
by the wrc-tka.-e. At this juncture the
conductor and brakeman rushed up to
the robbei wit i pistols drawn ana com
manded them to surrender. The robbers
an erd nith a poorly directed fusillade
which the two brave trainmen g:ve back
with in eresf. S it'u unexpected resid
ence unnervea the robbers and two cf
them took to their heels. The third was
O" erpowere i and made a orisouer. So far
as know a no one was hurt.
T he Fopalr Judge Rhs I p.
The prisoner w placed under eaard in
the station at Paji.lc and the train pro
ceeded on its j.nirtiey. Excited villagers
tothenumler of had gathered about
the station when the Uuied Press corre
spondent arrived, and it was enly by the
determined tactioa of cooler head's that a
lyaciiiag was prevented. The prisoner is
far from being a desperado in looks and
was to-j badly scared to talk. A pursuing
party is already in the saddle and the es
cape of the remaining robbers is almost
Perhaps It Was Another Robber.
Lateil Out of the contradictory stories
it is now learned that it was Dr. Young P.
Bjcd who captured the robber. The doc
tor had started oa a hunting trip and had
with him his shot gun, with which he
forced the robber to surrender. The
prisoner finally gave hi name as Lenox,
the son of a farmer at Newburg. Not a
dollar was bat by passengers or express
yuite a Notations Locality.
A later report says the robbers gained
en rauoe to the express car and tried to
blow o;-ea the safe with dynamite, which
cauxrd te wretkasi of the car to take
fire. An a-protchin- train frightened
them from th 'ir work. The scene of the
affair wa at S -nd Cut, one m:le from Pa
cific, where vVtittrock, a ias Jim Ctim
mings, maiie a b g haul years ago, and
also where S m Vi.u relieved an express
car of a ba,.-of si.rr a litt.e over a vear
STEWART SPEAKS AGAINST TIME.
And Morgan of Alabama Comes to Hi
Wa?hjni..t!S", S-pt 6 Voorbees oCered
a resolution iu li.e-euate that b-sinnitg
Thursday the senate shall meet at 11a.'
m. He will sp ak on it today. Morgan
offered a resi-lntioa f .r the arpointment
of a corr.mi-sio.i tf seven senators and
seven representatives to taie into consid-;
eration the wnole subject of national ;
finances and sue-t leislatioa. He will :
speak thereon Uter. PefTer concluded his
free silver speecn and Stewart took the
floor to talk against time. He reiterated
the charge that the silver dollar was de
monetized tv stealth and charged that
Sherman vo.ed against it to conceal the
fact that the dohar was demonetized.
He refused to be interrupted, and spoke to
a slim house. At 3:45 p. m. he wanted aa
adjournment, but no one helped him out
and he proceeded until Morgan moved an
executive et-sitn, wnich was carried, and
when the duors reopened the senate ad
House not in ses-ion. j
Suicide of a Millionaire.
Ch;cagc, Sept. 6 Max M. Rothschild, '
member of the wholesale clothing firm ia
this city of E. Rothschild i Bros , and a
millionaire, hanged himself to a tloor
hinge in his residence at 2I1J Prairie ave-:
nue. He was dead when f-und. He had
been ia bad health for several yers.
Voluntarily Reduced Satariea. '
Denver. S-pt. 6. -The oSk-ers of the'
Denver and Kio Grande railroad, from the
president to su!ordinate officers, have '
voluntarily taken a reduction of salari 1
generally understood to range frjm 'ii to
10 per cent, according to the amount they ':
have been rereiv.ng.
Betrayed by a Troty." I
Belleville. Iiis., Sept. 6 Sheriff Lang-'
ley was informed by a "trusty'' in the St.
Clair county jail that a ruh m-ould be !
made at the noon hour by the prisoners to I
gain their liberty. The ringleiders were '
at once put in strong cells and the plot
Tandaliam in Cemetery.
Mankato, Minn ,S-pt. 6 Some twenty
five monuments aud headstones have bee a
either broken or thrown down in the Man
kato cemetery. The tombstones . ere the
finest in the cemetery and over graves of
leading and prominent persons of the city.
Centenarian Husband and Wile.
Montreal, Sept. 7.-Mrs Elizabeth Mc
Mair. aged over 110 yeirs, and pro bah
the oldest woman in Canada, is dead. Her
husband died some years ago at the age of
Trotting- Bacei at Chiracs.
Chicago, Sept. 6. At Washington park
the trotting meeting began. There were
no phenomenal events. Fantasy won the
2:30 class and Grinnette the pace. Marie
B won th yearliDg trot.
Bad m Leg Ground Off.
Mitchell, Sept. 6. In the northern
part of tbs county Stanley Hanners bad a
leg ground to pieces in the cylinder of a
threshing machine. His condition ia ser
ious. Skipped With fifteen Thousand.
Minneapolis, Sept. .Philip M-Scheig.
paying teller of tha Bank of Minneapolis,
is aaia vo cave len me city with about 1 15,
000 of the bank's money. -
WILL NOT INTERFERE.
lodge Ewlng Decide on the World's Fair
Chicago, Sept. 6. Judge Ewinjj
tlecitied today not to interfere with
Jmlpe Gogin's order contimiiug
Sunday opening of the World's fair.
Attorney Walker, for the exposition,
will make a further effort forelosic?.
The British house of commons has
adopted a motion offered by Gladstone to
give the government the whole time of the
house for the remainder of the session, to
suspend the 12 o'clock rule and u appoint
The ingrain department of the Lowell
(Mass.) Manufacturing company has start
ed up. The cottcn department of the
Hamilton mills also started and the print
works will start next Monday.
A lighter overturned at Rotterdam and
seventeen persons were drowned.
Eirmann. the aeronaut who started
across Lake Michigan from Milwaukee
in a balloon Sunday afternoon, has not
been heard from and it is beared he is
Recorder Smythe. of New York city,
who-e son was reported to have committed
suicide at Denver, says he has no son.
Obi uary: At Brookville, Pa., ex-Chief
Justice: Isaac G Gordon; at Augusta, Me.,
Editor Daniel T. Pike, aged 7K
George Lorey. while driving to church
with his faaaly at Wautoma. Wis., turned
aside to back the wagon into the edge of a
mill pond and soak the wheels, but at the
spot selected the team backed quickly into
a depth cf water, and three children were
drowned, the horses being also lost.
The hid.ing place of the Ingalls outlaws
in Oklahoma has not been found. One
cutlaw. three deputy mar-bals and four
citizens are dead a a result of the late en
counter. Pike county. 111., is to vote cn a proposi
tion to remove the count v sent from Pitts
tield to Barry.
C. E. C. Anderson, of Chicago, went to
his stable at night and took out hU horse
and buggy for a drive. His wife found the
rig tniss-.og later aud informed a police
man. The latter procured a rig and start
ed on the trail of the supposed thief. Upon
being overtaken Anderson refused to stop
and whipped up his horse, when the
policeman shot him. fatally wounding him.
The son of the Earl of Dufferin will
early in October marry Miss Flora Davis,
of New York. The groom's title is Lord
George Grosmith, who recently left the
English comic opera stage to become a so
ciety entertainer, is ea ning M.OWamoctb
in that capacity.
St. John Mivart's essay, "Happiness ta
Hell," which appeared recently in the
Nineteenth Century, has been placed by
the Vatican in the index expurgatcrius.
Mivart is a member of the Roman Catho
"Salt spray was carried ten miles inland
from Wrlghtsville, X. C. by the great
storm last week, giving the trees the ap
pearance of having beta out ia a heavy
Gladstone Iefeated on a Light Vote.
London, Sept. C The government was
defeated in the house of commons on a
motion to reduce the salaries of officers cf
t.e hou-; of lords. The motion, which
km made by Robert William Banbury,
Independent Conservative, was carried by
a combination of Radicals and Conserva
tives, the vote being l'J3 to to.
IodustraJ Exposition Opened.
TonoNTO, Sept. 6. In the presence of a
vast assemblage Hon. G. A. Kirkpatrick,
lieutenant governor of wbe province of On
tario, formally opened Toronto's great an
nual industrial exhibition. The exhibi
tion promises this, year to be the most suc
cessful ever held.
View, of au English TraL IniouUt.
Belfast. S- pt. 6 At tiie trade anion
congress in U.ater hall Sjmuel Monroe,
the lie president, spoke at length con
cerning the bioor question in the United
Kingdom. He believed, he said, that trade
unionism was destined to be an honored
instrument in freeing Ireland from the
terrible incubus of religious bigotry and
political intolerance. He denounced strikes
as criminal Mly in all tase-- where the re
sources of civilization bad not been ex
hausted in eorts to avoid the use of such
and your couch ma- end in something seri
ous. It's pretty sure" to. if your blood is poor.
That is just the time and condition that in
vites Coiisumption. The seeds are sown and
it has fastened its hold upon you, before you
know that it is near.
It won't do to trifle and d.-iay, when the
remedy is at hand. Everv disorder that can
1 reached through the .lood yields to Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovert. For
Severe Coughs, Brom-hial. Throat and Lung
Diseases, Asthma. Scrofula in every form,
and even the Scrofulous affection of the
luncs that's called Consumption, in all ita
earlier stages, it is a positive and complete
It is the on blood -cleanser, strength re
storer, and flesh-buildfT so effective that it
can be gruamnUrd. If it doesn't benefit or
cure, in every cas. von have vour money
back. All medicine dealers have it.
WHEN YOU VISIT
THE rare FAIR
Do not fcrget to eee the ex
hibit of the General Elec
tric Company in the Elec
tticity Building, te Intra
mural Railway equipped
with General Electric Com
pany's apparatus, the Elec
tric Launches equipped
with General Electric Com
pany's motors, and the Gen
eral Electric company's Arc
Lighting Plwt and Power
Generators in Machinery
YHE undersigned firm wishes to announce
that they ?.re receiving large quantities of
the above named goods daily, and extend
their most hearty invitations to the public
to inspect the same.
Klug, Hasler, Schwentser.
DRY GOODS COMPANY,
217,217 W. Second St., DAVENPORT. 107.
A FAIR EXCHANGE.
You can't atford to be mistaken in a shoe. If
is all right, you can wear it; if it isn't, vou can't.
plain about. You will :ike our fine 3 eboee. For a geel
maty reasons it will please jou. It fits well, wears well, lo k
el anl gives you what you pay for comfort and satisfaction:
Will accept Kocc Island Savings Bank c-vit'ficates of de
posits in payment cf goods and accounts.
Wricrlit & Grceriawalt,
1704 SECOND AVEXUZ.
Cut in Half.
We give a few of the
offer this week:
Japanese tea-pots 12, 14. 17c
While granite plate, 5in 03e
" Tin 05c
' side dishes 05c
4 covered sugars 15c
Everything in the store will be slaughtered this
week Everything must go. Come early "and
avoid the rush.
'; U k V
if it's Ubtu to wear, you car.:
make an orramea f i -. vcn
cnlv a!tcrna'ivt; i to tlro-v j;
away. Don't make a mUtak-r
in buying. Get a good, Lo:.?;:
equivalnt for jcur mr.-y in
good, honest fchceleatht-r anl
you'Jl hare nothing to ccn-
bargains which we will
Yhite granite bakers. . .7. 10.
" platters 9.
" " scollop nappies ;
IS qt dish pans
8 in pie tins
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