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A GtllltlOl ! IlWl fTMl
All Orer tho Worll
Fiatt ef Political, Commiroial
and Geieral Intelllgenca
fir Eagla Readers.
New fthlt; loirn.
The bnltktbip town i.ioil tlio second
mark Id her otlichil trial trip WV.Incs.luy,
IirtvInK mode tlit? Ilrt loit lit tlie rate of
sixteen tind throe-hutulreOtlis knots. Tlie
Xnwn If olliolall.v known n 'c';ip!ii; lint
tltxlilp Xc. 1." Tin. contract for her con
struction was awnrdo.1 Feb. 11, 1MW. to
tlie Willmm Cramp - Sdijs' Skip ami l.n
wine UnlltllriB Company of I'hllwlelplilii.
The Jywn 1 larjcer thnti the Indium In
length. Unointiil other iiiiTMtireiiicnti). lint
the disposition of'tlie bnltery U tlie s.tltic,
except thin Mio"l'nrrt(riiirT.Mtielt Sinn,
where the I milium e.irrlcs four J.'MiivIi,
ntnl U t'-Inili kiiim. a HKilnst the In
ll.itm's font-(Much, mnl her secondary bat
tery l 'i rnpM-tlre ami tuiiijIiliio.Rmi, ns
nu.iliKt tliVSSor ltiillArciillberou life In
tll.ma. Id a won!, while the lown Is the
laruer h!p of the two. Iut nruior npil
iirinaimiit are both Ikhter than those of
the Imllniia. The dimension of the Iowa
are: I.rticth on the loail water line. Htm
feet: extreme lireailth. "2 feet 'J'j Inches:
INpliKeiui-nt on normal ilrntiRlit. ll.HOO
tuns. The contract speed wns sixteen
knots, with a premium of jf.'i(l.Wi for each
Miiarter knot In excess. Her water line
protection U a belt of lmrveylzed nickel
uttel with n maximum thickness of four
teen Ineht . taperlnc to six Inches on the
lower wipe. With the stability due to
Iter cr-r.: Iipaiii she can tight with her
whole battery In any weather.' The Iowa's
lull war complement Is M'J nlllecrs. sea
men and marines. Tlie contract price of
the boat was ,l.UUWO. Her luaxlmnm
coal carrying capacity U .UKX tons, ami
ulvcs her a cruNInc radius of about 1(1,000
knots nt the most economical speed.
Secretary In Fnvor or Vocntlnn Clove
land' I'roclomatlon.
A Washington dispatch says: Some ad
ditional light Is thrown mi the attitude of
the administration on the forestry reserva
tion quiktlon by the stenographic re'mrt
of the conference of the national forestry
coiutulil(.n with Secretary llliss Mutt
lay. Chnlrman Sargent of the new com
ulsslun arid lieu. Abliott were particularly
:inlons that no action be taken pending
the commission's teporr. to be suhmlttcd
In May. Secretary HIIs expressed Ills
Idea no follows: "Of course. It Is Impos
thlu that these reservations go on ns they
ire now. Tly wnrk a hardship ti the
people. The people must get timber and
develop on the old as well as the new
claims. The people desire Immediate re
lief In ngard to various valuable indus
tries. They seem to consider that they
ore withdrawn from all their business. If
anything can be done to relievo them by
the Issuance of a proclamation It should
lie done. They make rather a serious
claim upon us, which Is hacked up by
weighty lutlueiice. and It seems almost
n ssnry to do something." Commis
sioner Herman said that If the special
ugeuts of the department could not patrol
and protect the reservations properly tha
fiirii could be increased, or the War Dp
li.irttncut could be called on to detail
troops to nt.lst them. ,
Mothodbrta Decide to Order Bblp to
Start at Once.
The tier. 11. . Hobbs of Jacksonville,
111., nportid to the Methodist minister
In Chicago that the outlook was encour
aging for three, shiploads of corn for the
India fnmlne sufferer. There Is enough
in hand now to till one ship. The Method
1st committee had a confcrciW'c with the
Jfc.nrd of Trade committee, and It was de
elded to order the vessel now lying nt
San Francisco to sail nt once. It was also
reported that the English (lovernmcut had
sigreed to furnish transportation for two
shiploads of corn if American relief socle
ties would gather together the grain. Coll
ir'ss has also appropriated two more
.'hip, which will bo ready on demand.
Mr. Iloblm expects to go to India with the
Trt shipload to eo that the food Is prop,
erly distributed, and to bo on the ground
when the other two ship arrive.
Approach to a Bridge at Pitt.tiura
Collapse. Uader a Freight.
At Pittsburg, the wooden span of tlio
north-end approach to the Ohio connecting
railroad bridge collapsed Monday morning
while a Fort Wayne freight traliuwiiH'
Tolng, nnd the engine and thirteen cars
Mere precipitated to McCluro avenue, rlfty
feet below. Fireman William Ilaggerty
was killed Instantly and Engineer William
ruharn to badly injured that ho cannot
recover. The engine was completely
wrecked, and the cor, which wer loaded
with ioal and Iron, were entirely demol
ished. The loss will be very heavy.
We Democratic Leader, to Meet.
JVriner President Cleveland, John (J,
'fhrlUle, former Secrotary of the Treas
ury, nnd William L. Wilson, former Post-
twister General, will be among the guest
sit the dinner to bo given by the Keform
Club at the Waldorf In New York. Be
twe.ii .Vrfi and W0 leading Democrat will
attevl, and the affair Is likely to make
Democratic bUtory. . '
SuftTocated la a Mlae.
Seven men wero overcome by cmoke and
n at the Htrickler tunnel on the west
rfop of Pike' Peak, and two ore dead.
Tark to Pay for Ravage.
President McKlnley J contemplating
n'ndlng John W. Foster to Turkey as spe
cial fivfcy with the rank of ambassador
to secure from die sultan payment of tlm
claims of American missionary societies
whote property was destroyetl diirlug tho
.rgienian uimcuity.
Celebrate the Day on Bicycle.
Mr. and Mr. Oeorge Hackney of Chi
ago celebrated tbolr gobkn wedding ar
lvcry in Topeka, Kun., bj1 taking a
spin on their wheel.
Roy of 17 Elopes with a Olrl of H.
J. P. Atkinson, tho .17-ycar-old son of
Gov. Atkinson of Ueorgiu, and Mis Ada
Bryan liyrd, agisl 1, eloped from
Atlanta. The parent of tho youthful
couple havo offered a reword for their
detention if Apprehended before tho mar
riagc take place.
Crown Prince Not Dead.
The Japanese legation at Washington
received dispatch from tho consul gen
eral at Kan Francisco stating that the
recent report of the death of toe Crown
Prince of Japan and tho succession of
Prince Arlsgowa a heir apparent wero
wtirtly unfounded.
Dwellera on Minneapolis Flat Mora
Ont in a Hurry.
At Minneapolis, Minn., the Mississippi
went on n tear Into Wednesday night nnd
dweller along tho Hats moved out In a
hurry. A huge Ice Jam which had formed
In tho river nt 4'Jil avenue north broke
and an Imtneuso volume of water, with
big cakes of Ice and thousands of feet of
logs, went tearing down tho river and
over 8t. Anthony Fall. Tho water roso
two feet Inside of half an hour, edging
It way up tho river bank until tho floor
of many of tho house wero well under
water. Ono mill man estimates that 1!.',
000.000 feet of log were swept away.
Both tho bridges nt 20th nvetiuo north
and nt Plymouth nvcnuo nre reported In
danger. Tho damage may reach $100.
000. At Wnhpeton, X. D., the water in
tho Ited and Ilolso do Sioux ltlvcr Is two
feet above tho danger mark, about the
highest ever known. Tho Ice ha risen
with tho water, and Is threatening atl the
bridge on tho lino of those treams.
Strenuous effort nro being made to sao
tho Northern Pacific, tlrcnt Northern and
the wagon bridges. Dynamite has been
jiseU in breaking tho Ico both nbovo, be
low ami between tho bridge, nnd there
nro otno hope now: of saving tho railroad
bridges, but tho rAd lirlik-n ixfrn, tn li.i
Bpaltt Will Not Bnmnarlly r.xccuto
tho Cuban Oeneral Rivera.
Hnvnnn dispatch: It lias Just trans
pired that Itlvera wn captured In n hos
pltal nnd not In battle, ns tho olllclnl re
port alleged. Itlvera had been wounded
In n skirmish two day prevlon to hi
capturo and when eUed wn receiving
treatment In n Cuban hospital. Ho had
with him hi staff and 100 men. The at
tack on tho hospital was mado by 4,000
Spanish troop under Hernandez. Velaseo.
Itlvera, though wounded, endeavored to
cut his way out, but fell, pierced by two
uiore bullet. Acting Captain (leneral
Ahumada La received order from Min
uter of nr Azcarraga, nt Madrid, not
to try Gen. Ituls lllvern immediately by
court martial. The Minister thinks that
a auiumary court martial, followed by tho
hooting of Itlvera and liaccnlon, would
havo n bad effect in Furope. Tho Span
ish general, Velaseo, ha been Instructed
to offer Itlvera a pardon on condition that
ho uso hi Influence to Induce llrlg. Du
calsse, Vldnl, nnd Delgndo, and other In
surgent leader In Plnnr del Itio to sur
render tinder the amnesty decree. Del
gndo said ho would lay down his arms to
avo Itlvera' life on condition that ho
himself and hi Immediate follower bo
Cincinnati Honsea Hnfler Three Qunr
ter Million Loa.
Flro broke out In" II. Itosenbaum's
cloak establishment at Cincinnati, Ohio,
nt 1 o'clock Sunday morning, and spread
to tho (Jeorgo F. Ott carpet house. Tho
estimated loss I $750,000. It was tho
most disastrous tiro ilnco tho llurkhard
conflagration of three year ago. Tho
Itoseubnum concern wn tilled with a lino
stock of fur, ladies' garments, lace and
wrap, and the Ott home was atneked
with carpets of all grade nnd make. Tho
wholo block I tho property of tho Kck
teln citato, having been bought by them
lx year ago for fJITS.OOO. Tho stocks of
Hosenbaoni nnd Ott will bo a total lost,
nd tho Mender company will uffer con
iderablo damage. Tho Kosenbatini stock
value was about $150.000, Insured.
They Escape with 93,500.
Christ Schultx, a messenger for Kuh,
Nathan & Fischer Company, wholesale
clothier, at tho corner of Van Uuren and
Franklin treet. Chicago, wa sand
bagged and robbed of 1,500 nt 10:30
Frdoy morning. The robbery wn com
mitted, ho says, by F.dward Wlliou, ono
placo under tho viaduct at Clark aud l'Jth
street. Schultx was lu tho delivery wag
on driven by Wilson, a ho wa on hi
way from tho Metropolitan National
Bank, where ho had drawn tho money.
Tho robbery hnd been carefully planned,
it 1 said, by Wilson mid hi friends. Wil
ou'a two confederates wero awaiting tho
arrival of tho wagon and their victim
under the center of tho viaduct. A soon
a tho wugou reached tho two men Wll
on Jumped from hi sent, Schultx de
clares, and struck him a blow that ren
dered him unconscious. Ho then beck
oned his confederates. They sprang into
tho wagon and bound nnd gagjed Schultx.
Tho satchel wa cut open and tho con
tents transferred to tho men's pockets.
They Jumped from tho wagon and mado
their escape. A they jumped they struck
tho homo with a whip, and it went on n
gallop south on Clark street. Two block
from tho viaduct tho drlvcrlcss wagon
wa seen by a passer-by, who stopped tho
horse. Seeing the anconsclons form of
BCJiuitx in tho bgttim of tho wagon, cov
ered with blood fri-i n deep wound In his
head, tho man drove fo tho ofllco of Kuh,
Nathan 6c Fischer, as tho wagon boro
their name. Schultx was revived and told
of the robbery.
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Train Load of Convicts.
Nearly 000 convict, many of whom are
desperate criminals, left the Stato prison
at Jeffcrsonvllle. Ind.. Thursday for the
Northern penitentiary at Michigan City.
The train employed for tho purpose was
specially prepared by the Pennsylvania
Hallroad, the windows being heavily
barred and gratings fixed ovor tho door.
The prisoners were Ironed to the scat
and the car were guarded by a total of
150 guard, armed with Winchester.
I-rom Jeffersonvllio to Michigan City tho
train traversed tho cntlro length of the
Stato. Tho transfer wn mado under the
law passed by the last Legislature, mak
ing mo oouinern prison the placo of con
finement for young convicts, establishing
reformatory, and making the Northern
prison the place of confinement for con
Armed criminal and men past tho age
limit for admission to the Southern peni
tentiary. The priioner removed Included
all those over 30 year of age and all
thoie under sentence for taking life. All
the prisoner In Michigan City under 30
years of ago' not convicted of manslaugh
ter will be transferred to Jeffcrsonvllle.
Big Land Orab fn Canada.
At Toronto, Ont tho publication of a
kluo-hook giving details of iho mining con
cession gruuted by tho Provisional Gov
ernment last February to a British syn
dicate and tho further development that
this syndicato Is In reality a cloak for the
famous Hbuth African Company, has lit
erally startled tho province, and caused
ono of tho greatest sensations of recent
years. Tho conservatives declare that
tho concession I a grab without precedent,
aud that tho Oorcrnmeiit ha been nbo
lutoly unfaithful to Its trust.
Cooty Admit Crime.
Hugh Miller, SJ3 years old, under arrest
for setting flro to a four-story browustouo
apartment house In Brooklyn, has admit
ted that In 1801 be fired eight houses, In
which ten persons wero burned to death.
Miller coolly related tho details of hi
awful crimes
Proclamation from Oovernor.
Gov. Foster of Loulsloon' ha- lionied'
proclamation to tho people calling atten
tion to- the fact that the loveo system', al
though not yet entirely perfected;- br the
bulwark of the State' salvation. Behlud
them lies nna nt th tnniit farillA mlnna
I of America. Government and' Stato' aid'
ha been extended, nnd tho future oVpena'i
npon tho people. Trusted leaders are In
charge of the work, nnd If tho people help
them properly, despite tho fact that tho
flood apparently I the greatest ever
known, nil or most of the levees can bo
held, and the future will be bright because
the system will bo strengthened and com
pleted, nnd the country will hnvo confi
dence In lioulslonn, her enterprise and her
opportunities. The sentiment expressed
took root before It was tittered, for all
along the Mississippi Valley road between
New Orleans and Baton ltouge mass meet
ings were held and volunteer forces organ
ised to keep strict watch on the. banks
and to labor day nnd night to strengthen
them, even where the danger I not nppar
ent except In the river' steady climb to
Iho top of the protecting earthworks. Tho
warning of the weather bureau to abandon
home nnd seek snfely In flight ha been
disregarded, nnd Instead men, women and
children, white and black, aro piling on
dirt and building revetments, seemingly
fascinated with tho struggle against tho
attacking monster. President McKln
ley telegraphed the Governors of tho
States In which tho flood exist for Infor
mation, and he earnestly Inquired into- tho
Chicago Concern I Forced to Give Up
tho Struggle for ICuletencc.
Tho Globe Savings Bank of Chicago
suspended Monday morning. A notice on
the door announced that the bank was lu
tho hand of the Chicago Title and Trust
Company,, algiicc. It ha been known
In Chicago financial circles for sonio tlmo
past that the bank wn having anything
but smooth sailing. It was organized
Dec. 1M, 1800, and has therefore experi
enced but two good years lu It existence.
John P. Altgeld was it first vlccnresl-
dent at that time, but ho resigned. For
tho last Iho year It ha had a decldedlr
hard tlmo, passing through two panic
saieiy uy availing itself or the time clause
lu the payment of saving accounts, which
formed tho bulk of the deposits. Tho bank
ha n capital stock of $200,000. which I
iieiu in tlio ratio of tlircp-Bftb in the
West nnd the balance In tho Kast. Under
tho law of the State the stockholder aro
liable for an additional amount equal to
tho face radio of the stock held In their
names. This practically makes a guar
antee fund of $-100,000, provided It can
bo collected from tho stockholders. The
Stato Auditor at n recent examination of
the bank's affairs ordered an assessment
of 60 per cent on tho stockholders, lu or
der to raise a surplus, and notices of this
assessment were sent out on tho 18th of
March. Till becoming known, n run wn
started nnd the end hastened. The last
statement to the Auditor showed $313,000
avings and $142,000 individual deposit.
The suspension created no sensation, but
there wero a few angry depositor around
the bank, who had mado deposit just be
fore noon on Saturday,
Tragedy nt Jacksonville.
At Jacksonville, 111., when Charles
Walker, Janitor of the Klrby Block, went
to hi work ho found the body of Charles
h. Hastings, chief clerk In Judge Klrby'
abstract ofllco, lying on tho floor In a pool
of blood, with hlwthroat and wrists cut
mid gashed In n dreadful manner, whllo
all about the room wero traces of n vio
lent struggle. Hasting wa at ono tlmo
n prominent society man nnd stood high
in public estimation. Tho affair Is shroud
ed in mystery, ns thcro has been no
trace discovered of tho weapon with
which the deed was committed. Tho cor
oner has been notified and will havo the
affair Investigated,
Oldest Member of tha O. A. R.
Ono hundred years ago, In East Orsley,
England, wn born William Harding, now
of Woscca, Minn., to-day tho veteran of
thrco war and tho oldest member of tho
G. A. It. In tho United States. At the
ago of 15 Harding participated In tbo war
of 1812. He fought under Gen. Taylor
Iu tho Mcxicau war, npd for that service
io Is now drawing $72 per month pen
sion. When tbo civil war broke out ho
enlisted, nlthough 00 years of age, and
served throughout tJio war.
. Want Mexican Trade,
Tho Board of Trade, tbo Kansas City
Livo Stock Association and tho Commer
cial Club, representing tho leading busi
ness of Kansas City, havo adopted a
memorial to Congress, urging tho adop
tion of a strong "reciprocal clause" lu the
present tariff bill "by which wo can con
tlntto to Incrcaso our trado with all Latin
American countries; especially Mexico."
Battle with an Outlaw Band.
It Is learned that a posso of Indian Ter
ritory deputy marshals met a band of out
laws and a desperate fight ensued. Tho
desperadoes aro seven In number and
three of them aro known to hnvo been
wounded In tho engagement. Tbo gang
Is known as tho Morris bond of outlaws.
Narrowly Escaped Llncoln'a Fate.
Copt. Edward P. Doherty, aged 50,
died Saturday at New York. After Lin.
coin' assassination ho was detailed with
fifty men to capturo Booth and Harold.
As Cant. Doherty was about to selxo
Booth tho latter raised a gun, when Sergt.
JL'orbetf bullet killed. Typoth.
Imprisoned on Ship.
A first-class stateroom in the cabin of
the ateamed Mariposa waa turnod Into a
prison cell nnd In It Murderer Butler has
been taken to the scones of bis crimes la
Australia. , ( ,
Chicago Cattle, common to prime,
$3.50 to $5.75: hogs, (hipping grade,
$3.00 to $4.25; sheep, fair to choice, $2.00
to $5.25; wheat, No. 2 red, 08c to Otto;
corn, No. 2, 23c to 25c; oats, No. 2, 17c
to 18c; rye. No. 2. 32c to 33c: butter.
choice creamery, 10c to 21c; egg, fresh,
8o to Oc; potatoes, per bushel, 20c to
30c; broom corn, common growth to choice
green hurl, $20 to $80 per ton.
Indianapolis Cattle, shipping, $3.00 to
$5.25; hogs, cholco light, $3.00 to $4.25;
sheep, common to choice, $3.00 to $4.50;
wheat, No. 2, 82o to 84c; corn, No. 2
white, 24c to 2uc; oats, No. 2 white, 2le
to 23c.
St. Louis-Cattle. $3.00 to $5.50; hog,
$3.00 to' $4:23; sheep, $3.00 to $5.00;
wheat. No. 2. 01c to 03c; com, No. 2 yel
low, 21c to 22c; out, No. 2 white, 18c to
10c; rye, No. 2. 30c to 32c.
.Clncloua.tl-Catth;, $2.50 to $5.00; hogs,
$3.00 Io $4.25; sheep, $2.50. to $5.25;
wheat, No. 2, 880 to 80c; com, No. 2
mixed, 24c to 20c; onts, No. 2 mixed, 20o
to 22c; rye, No, 2, 30c to 38c.
Detroit Cattle, $2.50 to $5.25; hogs,
$3.00 to $4.50; sheep, $2.00 to $5.00;
wheat, No. 2 red, 85c to 8tk; corn, No. 2
yellow, 25c to 27c; oats, No. 2 white, 21o
to 22c; rye, 33c to 35c.
Toledo-Wheat. No. 2 red. 88c to 80c:
corn, No. 2 mixed, 23c to 25c; oats, No.
2 white, 15c to 17c; rye. No. 2, 35c to 3lc;
clover seed, $1.00 to $5.00.
Milwaukee Wheat,' No. 2 spring, 09c
to dc; corn, No. 3, 22c to 24c; oat, No.
2 white, 10c to 21c; barley, No. 2, 28c to
32c; rjc, No. 2, 34c to 30c; pork, mess,
$S.OO to $8.50,
Buffalo-Cattle, $2.50 to $5.23; hogs,
$3.00 to $4.50; sheep, $3.00 to $5.25;
wheat, No. 2 red, 85c to 80c; corn, No. 2
yellow, 27c to 28c; oats, No. 2 white, 22c
TO iHC.'
New York-Cattle, $3.00 to $5.25: hogs,
$3.50' to $4.50; sheep, $3.00 to $5.25;
wheat, No. 2 red, 80c to 82c; corn, No. 2,
29c to 30c; oats, Not 2 white, 21c to 22c;
butter, creamery,-15c to-23c; egg,- Wtf6
era; e.t ll'c;
Suite 1401 and 1402 Title and Trust Building,
Telephone Maint3l52. 1 00 Washington Street.
JOHN flcOILLEN, Vice President and Oeneral rianaftr.
JOHN P. AQNEW, Secretary.
Pre. Gen. Mgr. Sec. and Treas. Superintendent.
Alsip Brick Co.
Office, 421 Chamber of Commerce.
431 ami Lincoln Streets.
Chicago and Hamlin Avenue.
On Chicago and Calumet Terminal Ry.
(near Blue Island).
A COMMITTEE or nine mechanical engineers employed by the Edward P. Allli
Company, or Milwaukee, Wii., the most skilKul manufacturer or engines and
machinery In the world, after examining and testing thirty-six different makes of
TaHESw. aaV SSSvl t sm"
Eastland & Duddleston
27 and 29 Market Street, Chicago.
Hotels, Club Houses and Restaurants Supplied.
Ranges, etc.
954 WEST
Corner OeVitleyAv,
I!UIf..lrcH4 OP
4 S Street Yard Yards 604
Chicago Avenue Yard West 393
Bine Island Yard Blue Island 1
Office Main 1009
high grade Dicycles, pronounced the "Gladiator" the
most scientifically constructed, easy running and highly
finished bicycle in existence. Upon their judgment s
Urge order lor
7rv - 1
was placed, for the use or members and employesor that
company. No test so severe and thorough as this hat
ever been made. Prospective buyers can be guided with
safety by this decision. ' The "GLADIATOR" is truly a
AH Kinds of Sand andGravel
Room 203, 167 Dearborn St.,
Telephone Main 1726. CHICAGO.
421 and Halsted Streets.
M.B. MADDEN, President
C. B. KIMBELL, Vice President.
Western Stone Company,
Rough, Sawed and Machine Dressed Stone.
CAPITAL, $2,250,000.
Suooessora to the Singer A Taloott Stone Co.; Excelsior Stone Osxi
Cnloago and Lemont Stone Co.; Jollet Stone Co.; Corneau Stone Oau
Bodensohatz A Earnahaw Stone Co.: Lookport Stone Co.; Creaoeavt
Main Office, Room 320 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.,
Telephone Main 347. Cer. Washington and La Salle Sto.
Shale Brick Supply
Construction Co.
Suite 320 Reaper Block,
Vitrified Paving Brick
Have no superiors. These Brick axe made from
pure Shale and are sold on a strict guarantee. For
paving streets, foundations of large buildings, sta
ble, engine room and boiler house floors they are
steadily growing in publio favor.
Chicago Office, 322 Chamber of Commerce.
end for Samples and Prloea.
Fire-Proof Construction.
eVT HaaBpaaaaasr 'KuJ'(f'i
Main Office: 1740 It 1741 Monadnock Block, Chicago.
Telephone 21h,!u llW.
H. B. MjZELYf Mole Manufacturer.
F. T. HASKELL. Treasurer.
J. E. LINDQUIST, Secretary.
Clark and Washiniton Sta,
BCaslaa. OOXO.
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