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TRUSTS MUST GO.
The Q ovornmenf s Crusade Against Monopolies. - The Bl.cult, Cordage mid Dre.ted Beef Trust. WIJl be Crivereljr Dealt With DnmuKliiK Kvldenoe -enured r ' Against Theae linorupulou. ' Combination.. ' , Chicago, March 14 The fight begun by the department of justice against the trusts and combines is to ngo all along the line, and government agents will to-day begin an investigation against the dressed beef combine and the biscuit trust Charles M. Horton, representing the department of justice, and who has been detailed to gather evidence against the trusts, reached the city Saturday and at once went to Dis trict Attorney Mllchrist's office, where ft plan of campaign was arranged. The first combine to be attacked is the beef combine. At the present time Armour, Swift and Morris not only control the market for dressed beef, but their pur chasing agents huve formed a combina tion to stifle competition in the purchase of cattle on the hoof und thereby the farmers are at the mercy of the asso ciation of purchasing agents, who pay just what prices for cattlo on the hoof they see fit. Evidence has been obtained which sliows that wholesale, butchers In Chi cago who liavo refused to buy from the combine have beon summarily dealt with. The wholesaler who declined to purchn.se of the big three soon found himself next door to what the govern ment agents cnll a "gorilla" meat house,! where meats were sold at prices so low that the stubborn butcher could not touch them except at loss. This war fare waa kept up by the combine until either the victim was forced out of bus iness or compelled to surrender and tranifor his trade to his oppressors. Mr. Horton will investigate these charges and, if the facts warrant It, the power of the federal grand jury will be invoked to bring the offenders to time. The combination exists not only In Chicago but in eastern cities, where the agetvts of the combine pursue the same methods of crushing stubborn butchers or forcing them to surrender. Thus the beef trust's manipulations are claimed to be intor-state in character and in vio lation of the Sherman anti-trust law. Mr. Horton has just returned from Minneapolis, where he has been inves tigating the cordaire trust "This com bination is one of the most powerful and unscrupulous organizations I have yet come in contact with," said Mr. Horton. "I went to Minnesota to in vestigate a complaint that the state of ficials of Minnesota weru unablu, by reason of the cortluge trust's manipula tions, to procure machinery for making binding ttvinc in the penitentiary at Stillwater. I found the complaint well founded. A committee of the Minne sota legislature went to New York to buy machinery for making binding twine in the penitentiary. They went to John' Good, New York inventor and manufacturer of the binding twin machines. Could they do it? Not much, Mr. Good was in the power of the cord age trust He had a contract with the trust to furnish his machines to nooonv b or corporation outside of the com bine, 'The cordage trust officials were con sulted and they made the astonishing proposition that they would allow Good to sell his machines to the state of Min nesota, provided the state gave a bond f 9300,000 to Indemnify the cordage trust from any loss which might result by reason of the convicts competing with the trust The offer was, of course, rejected." ' Bostox, March U All the whisky trust officials except Messrs. Gibson and Morris appeared in the United States district court Saturday and pleaded not guilty to the indictment found against them. They were held in J 10, 000 bail each to appear when wanted. MEXICAN BANDITS ,'oramlt t Hold lllghwx, It.ihberr Near Ifarango Ten 1 hmm mil Dollars Se eared bjr the 'ihleeee A.ter a le.perate Fight. Dt'RANoo, Mux., March 14. One of the boldest robberies ever committed in Mexice took place near here lant Wed nesday. C V. llrittain, manager of the Vacaa mines, seventy-live miles west of here, left here for the mines with 810, 000 in silver in un iron safe in a stout wagon. lie was accompanied by J. II. Llerndon, a young American, who rode in front on lior;back. The wagon con tained Mr. llrittain and his driver, lie side the wajon rode two Mexicans, all well armed. When within seven miles of Constancia, fifty-fivo miles from Uu ran go, about twenty-five men rode up from behind and commenced shooting, Juan Castanaeda, one of the guards, was killed and llerndon was severely wounded. The fire of the bandits was returned by Mr. lirittain and his guard and one of the robbers was struck with m bullet and is believed to have been killed, as he fell from his horse. The laah was put to the horses, but the robbers gained rapidly on the wagon, tailing it and the money cap tive, Mr. llrittain escaping into the ebapparal with Mr. llerndon in his arms. They made their way to Con stancia, where they notified the mili tary authorities. A detachment of troops at once went to the scene of the robbery, but when they arrived at the spot they found that the safe had been broken '.ito and robbed of every sack containing the sliver dollars. The bandits wore trailed into the adjoining mountains. 1'oUon In the Trap. CilRflTKR, Pa.. March 14. The poison ing of the two Moore boys has caused no end of talk in this neighborhood. Lewis, tho younger of the two broth ers, died Satr 'siy night Deputy Cor oner Jeffries, insisted by Dr. Stover, node a.post-mortem examination Sun day, bnt declined to disclose the result f the examination until the Inquest Hs is now collecting evidence to be pro duced at the hearing. There is not any doubt that a trap was set for the boys in the mill where they were employed it Upland, where the pilfering of din ner polls has been earned on for some time. T01LEKS' TROUBLES. Noerly Half a Million Coal' Minora In England Quit Work. lieduolloii t:l Which tho Cams of the j Trouble Coat famlue Feared If the Strike Conllnum factories and sa - 31111 Mi lit i Ins Down. ' ', ' V. ( - . ...; j '.!.. ,". , . : ... .oi Londox, Maro'i 14 The great cool strike opened Saturday. Tha Durham miners did not resuma worlc and the oollerles in Lancashire Cheshire, York shire, North Wales and other, districts are Idle. Tho miners of Scotland, South Wales and Northumberland ara work ing quietly. In Durham tha men to the number of 80,003 ara on strike against a reduction of wajes, but In all othor districts tho men hare simply docided to take a weo'.c, fortnight or even three weeks' holiday in order to restrict the output of con I, thus Insuring prices be ing kopt np and tin rata of wages main tained if not advanced. This movement on tho part of tin minors has caused the greatest distnrbancj i:t tha British labor wodd tin 1 i i th) manufacturing centers that has boot know:i sinca tho American civil war, when so many hun dreds of thousands of cotton operatives of Lancashire would havo starved but for a boundless charity. Startling rumors am in circulation. Fears of a coal fuinino aro widespread. The stocks of coal i t tho great com mercial centers ara not largu and col liery owners havo for some tlmo past declined to bind themselves to execute orders. A great many orders have been refused an.i tha price of coal has risen until it has reached a fi jure which it has not known si.tce tha memorable strike of Northumberland and Durham strikers fifteen, years ago. Some fac tories and iron mills will bo compelled to cease wor'.c this week for want of fuel A number of others will have to close next week, if the miners deter mine to carry their experiments into a second wec.lt, and if it is prolonged into a third week the disturbance of British manufactures will be general, and its effeots so widespread that scarcely an estimato can be formed of tho terrific loss to the communities which must ensue. Tho, situation is startling in the highest degree. Many political econo mists declare that tho movement will result in driving a largo portion of the work away from England into foreign lands. In nearly all the larcro towns the poor are the greatest sufferers. Coal to them has almost doubled In price and ns the cold bleak days are still with them they fool tho pinch most severely- The Miners' Federation hns led In the strike movement Four ' years ago the federation announced itself tq the world with a membership of oil.OOO. ' At pres ent It contains 18.), 000 paying members among tho "bottom workers" alone. Covnting tlie surface workers, there are about 450,000 workers of all classes. The joint property of the county asso ciations eomposln? the federation is worth half a million. The federation claims the exclusive honor of having forced up ths miners' wages forty per eent above the rate of 1888. The ad vance was conceded by the masters In successive driblets of ten per cent and five per cent FOOD FOR FLAMES. On Hundred Car ,. I. at Hey, a Steam ship and eral t'aq.l llnata Homed. New York, March 14 Saturday night fire started on the big wooden pier of the Erie Railway Company at the foot of Pa von la avenue, Jersey City, About 100 car loads of baled hay were stored In the enclosure on the pier. Three men who were asleep in the structure were aroused by the smoke and flames and while half awake jumped into the canal which separates the pier from a large grain elevator. They were rescued In an unconscious condition. In less than half an hour the entire 100 car loads of hay were a mass of flames, The stdamer Mary Elizabeth, which was moored at the dock, caught tiro and waa totally de stroyed. Several canal boats which lay in the canal were also burned to the water's edge. The hay and pier were valued at $100, 000. The steamer Mary Elizabeth was valued at 810,000. The other losses will bring the total loss up to 8200,000. New Yoiik, March 14 Tho Janet apartment house was damaged 8,000 by fire at an early hour Sunday morn ing. Tho tennnte were panic-stricken whcji roused from their slumbers but all escaped in safety. HESSIAN RULER DIES. The (.rami llnke l.uilwlar IV, Joins the tireat lnrlty ketch of Ilia Career. DAnvsTADT, March 14 The Grand Duke Ludwig I V. died Sunday morn ing. Three of his daughters and Prince Ernest Ludwig, his heir, were at his bedside at the time of his death. The city is in mourning. It Is expected that the present grand duke will forsake the liberal principles which characterized his father's government, and rumors are already current that he is about to dis miss the ministry of Fingor and call upon Baron Uagern to form a ministry of conservatives and ultramontane. The (irond Duke I.ndwlif IV. wits born on Sentrnitirr 12, 117. and h married In IS the l'rlncenn Alice. ercontl (LiiiKhlrr of Queen Vic toria. She dkrtatx yours later, after bearing him five dauyhier end one win, tho pretM-nt grand duke, Iu th-i war of IH.W hu commanded a brurude In the lli'Mimi rontiny-nt and In IHro 71, the Twrnty-ttfth Infantry division of the Ninth army iorm. He dtnlinuu hIkhI himself by hix bravery ut (Jravi luile ami In I ho IlKhtluK on the I,oiro He heomno hrlr to the throne by the demh of hi fmher, I'rlme Karl, of lii'KHe, In M irrh, isrf, nnd three uwuth. later he uxt'rndcd ihf limine. Jn he married Frau Von Kulcuiini'. nee Counleiui CzuMka, but was divorced (rum her shortly ofii rwjril. Hie llrlKlan Mine lllan.ter. Illtl'SHKLS, March 14 The Andorluos calamity increases In horror. The pit Is now burning and smoke and flames bar the searchers in their work of res cue. Not less than 340 miners have per ished, including a large number of wo men, of whom there were many em ployed in the mine. " ' Father and Son M ordered. Jackson, Miss., March 14 At Yazoo City Saturday night two Italians, J. Misalgla and his 17-year-old. son, were murdered. A hatchet waa the weapon used. No clew to the murderers has yet been found. FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT. Terrlflo Explosion of Firedamp In a Belgian Mine. Two Hundred Men Imprisoned In the Pit and Tuelr Fate Unknown-The Dead Will Number at Lea it One Hundred Heartrend ing Ceenei. Brissels, March 13. An accident oc curred Friday in a colliery near Charle rol which will result in a great loss of life. Three hundred miners were em ployed in the coal pit when there was a terrific explosion of firedamp Four of the officials owning the mine at Anderleus left for the scene of the explosion in the afternoon. Machinery for keeping down the water in the mine and facilitating the work of hoisting out the wreckage has also been shipped. The government is receiving bulletins of tho progress of the work at the shaft and has sent a representative to the spot to ascertain the facts for use in in vestigation of tha causo of the accident, and in placing the responsibility for it King Leopold has contributed 5,000 francs from his private purse to the temporary support of the families of miners already known to have been killed. Hundreds of men and women have gathered near the mouth of the pit and arc camping around bonfires, watch ing tho progress of the work of rescue. The place at which the explosion oc curred is in tha second gallery, 500 yards below the surface, and work at this depth is difficult and dangerous. Volunteers have boon let down three times in acage. When half way down on the first trip the further caving in of the shaft frightened them and they re turned. Five of the ten men refused to go down again, as the mine was flood ing rapidly, and the' loosened sides of the shaft threatened to fall in and bury them. The other five made the second trip and reached the mouth of the sec ond gallery. They found a few men who were nearest the shaft when the first explo sion occurred. These miners had run for their lives, but had been caught at the entrance by falling timbers. All had broken bones and three were so firmly lodged in the wreck that the rescuing party dared not wait to extri cate them. Five of the wounded were brought up on tho second trip and two others and five dead were brought up on the third trip. The rescued men say that twenty-five miners still Imprisoned are women. There aro about 290 In all still to be accounted for.' It is thought that those nearest the first cave-in in the gallery maybe rescued alive. Those furthest from tho entrance to the gal lery have probably been suffocated be fore this, and if not will die- before they can be reached. Tho dead will number at least 109 and probably ISO. About fifty of the 800 mon in the gallery at the time of the first explosion got out by the second shaft ' ' '" INCENDIARY'S THREAT Carried Into Kffeet-A Warning The Wat .. Not Heeded Lynolilnc Threatened. Wavkhi.V, III, March 11 On Decem ber 85 the west side, of. tho square in this city was burned by an Incendiary. Thursday night fire started in Flem ing' grocery and before it could be checked had destroyed that building and also the stores of John Shehan, J. W. Woodman and T. Meacbam. Flem ing; barely escaped with his life, his hair and beard being entirely burned off. The loss on property will reach about 8,000; partially insured. Mayor Weraple received a letter on Thursday saying: "Stop the Sturgis case or the town will burn." The Stur gis case was a whisky peddling; one and the mayor paid no attention to tha let ter and prosecuted the cast. The incen diary carried his Jthreat into execution. It Is susplcloned who wrote the letter and the citizens are discussing the ques tion of lynching the miscreant VERDICT RENDERED By Coroner's Jury In the Case of the Honib thrower Who Attempted to Kill Knaaell New York, March H The coroner's Inquest into the death of Norton and Norcross, the men killed In the dyna mite explosion In the office of Russell Sage last December, took place yester day. Norcross Is the man who came to Sago's office and demanded 91,300,000 and when refused threw a dynamite bomb at Sage, which wrecked part of the building, killed Norton and the bomb' thrower and Injured six persona The jury rendered a verdict that Nor cross was killed by a bomb thrown by himself and that Norton waa accident ally killed by the bomb. They recom mended a law making it a penal offense for any porsoa to carry without proper authorization any object capable of de stroying life or property. Street Car Tronblee Settled. Indianapolis, March 11 The street car troubles are ou the point of settle ment and it is believed that the em ployes' brotherhood will vote to-day to accept the concession of President Frenzel Yesterday the brotherhood's ultimatum was presented, demanding the reinstatement of two men who had been discharged and also demanding the discharge of the new men employed during the strike. Frenzel replied to the ultl matum last night agreeing to reinstate tho two men but refusing to discharge the new men. When tho committee received the answer they wrote to the president thnt they would recommend to the brotherhood that the concession be accepted. Steamer Caught In a llnrrloane, St. Louis, March 13. The steamer Crystal City reached hero Thursday night twelve hours behind time. While coming up the river during the heavy gale the steamer encountered a veri table hurricane opposite Kldd's Land ing, about 125 miles down the riven She waa blown broadside on the east shore and struck the bank with a shock that caused a panic among the passen gers. Tho crew quieted the excited passengers, but the boat. was forced to remain In her perilous position until morning. .She was then gotten out into the river a;raln und tho Journey. resumen. . Mother and Baby Happy. Why? Babies ate the name now as they ever have been. Dr. Hand'e remedies have saved the Uvea of many of our beet cltiten. who live to Mens him. The nme remedies are as good and effectual for their children now. fries, '3c. per bottle. Ouuintaioit, O., Not. Mb, 1S9L The ffftnd aWfoni Co. GiwTUuuiC!--Hlnc leeelteayour tunable little book, and alw sample of Oolio Cure, which yoa ee kindlr lent me, 1 will ear in replj plasee acoept my miiHt nlncere thanki for umi ai it wurki like a obarm. WnnM hv uimmtmI miwr but waited until I oould thoroughly tent it whloh I did and found it doai all jroa claim fur ft and eren mote, and doee not leave any nn- pleuant effeota after UHed many remediee for children, bnt this beate ainna it to ue oniin. x nave viitu .11. inn du obv in i. mm tmuiwinu I, Jin. n.o... and would that all mottiim of colicky babiee knew of thin (ood medicine. I know afler onoe niiinf it thoy never would be without It Traire Tory tniljr. Idas. ADfcUA AUilBROOE. A little bonk, Ulnttnted, full of nasfnl hints in the care of children, bow to treat them in eickneaf. and how to koi,p them in health, or a ir,r bottle of lr. Hand1! Col lo Dure will be aent Free If yoa write THE. HAND MEDICINE CO., 30(3 Cherry Street, Philadelphia. !for sale by F. D. Felt. V Physicians Comldm't Cnre ITIm. Z 8KDaktsviu,B, Hamilton Co., O., J one) 1 888. One bottle of Pastor Koonlg's Nerve Tonlo oared me entirely, after physicians bad tried DDiaeoessf ally for eight months to relieve me of nervous debility. W. HUENNEFJ2LD. Lowell, Ohio, July 8, 1830. I bad eplleptle tits for about four years, two very weok, when Itev. J. Ksinpineyer recom mended Paator Koenig's Nerve Tonlo ; slnoe using It have had none. It Is the best eplleptle medicine I hare ever used, and I have need many. ADAM CBAALEK. . New Cortdon, Ind., Nov. IS, 1800. It affords me great ploasnre to oertif y that my on, who for five and a bait yoars mas alfected with failing sickneas, was eurod by using Pas tor Koenig's Nerve Toule, Vat two years peat he bae not had a simile attack. Therefore. ao sept the heartfelt thanks of a graUiful fathor. FREE A Talnable nooor en Kervnni DlneHaea eent free to any adtirees, and poor peUenta can aluo obtain uus meuicuie iree ui ennrxv Tlits rmtvly hu been prepared bj the Hnverend autnr K.sAniff. it Port Wavue. Ind. since 1B7&. mnd bt uov prepared under his direction by Uie KOENIC MED. CO., Chicago, III. ' Hold by DrunisU at SI per Dottle. G for 33. ' irgeSiie.L,7.t. 0 UotUoal'or U, . , ( p.-J p n.a. for foil parttmlarsor Ir OBuQ 0 LcillS Ciregg's JClectro Belts ee Anptlanoee. They always Our. Addreaa, The Or-( Flectro Cure Co.. CO I inter Ocean, llulldlnf, Chicago, Ills. th& 8CH00LVt SH0RTHAN0. EkSled teachers. Thorough work. Mod era meth ode. Low Hnen ea. 1W tx-r cent, of rra .tta.er in good positions. Commercial. Shorthand, .pe writing end practical Knrliah Coure a. Cata logue, aqqrces Aivrcuitn, itiu daou au.t .H. WAIT, Livery and Feed Stable. South Side Mechanic Street.first door east of American House. R2AP LARGE PROFITS Hr InreetlDi In II I DU CV tb frxalnann futnrtiw Irm- nHillCI peranceeoburb. J I n.l k - i T. I a tmf.tnmimm I.Uld tnSmunttie. 1W), a prairie; IFUl.acltj of 4,1100 people. Lota IKS and onward.. Addreee tor photographic view, of factor!, and build-' laf, ana iuii imormauon, THB BAEVET L11D A88'H.BoohCT,Chloa(r, Ejmaeniimn UMaa When I nr Ctrna, I do not mean merest etou lorra lor a time, and then har. them XI turn again. I MEai! A KADlCAJLi CUIUS. 1 have made the diaeaae ol FITS, EPILEPSY or , FALLING SICKNESS. A ilfe-lonrf HaAf. I WAltBAirt my remedr w 1 Cfhii the worn! cmea. Became other, uav. Iiillnilanproaon tiirnol jowrwelvinaoui. I hund el oil lr a treat; and it hub IlorrbU ol my Ixrai.MUUS Ukmkdy. Give Kxpreee and Poet Ofllre. It conto Toil nothing lor '. , trial, and it will eure you. Addreee , H.O ROOT.M.O., 113 Pu IT.. WW YOU , 12 J? 0 aueaaaaea 0 ; CLEARANCE Hardware (For March only.) E.' Benedict will sell for spot cash. 1 1 Horse blankets at cost Lap robes ' Wolf robes Cross-cut saws Coal oil Stoves " Good Hand Saws 50c " Buck Saws 75c Socket shovels and spades 50c Ditching spades 75c Ditch cleaners 1 00 Steel hoes, 25 to 30c . " adz eye hammers COc " crow bars, 6c per lb 1 breech-loading Shot gun at cost. Shelf Hardware at reduced prices. To make room for spring goods to come. Wellington, Mar. 1, '92. 1864. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. WEiljIN'CrTOlT.OKIO CAPITAL100,000.00, SUBPLUS 15,000.00. Does a General Banking Business, Receives Deposits, Buys and sells New York Exchange, Government Bonds, etc. Drafts :: .C5OFFICEES.SO 8.S. WARNER, President. ' WM. CUSHION, Jr., Cashier. 8 S.WARNER ; ' , v. : -. R.A.H0BR. ..... CW.nORR. ' ' S.K.LAUXDOH EDWARDWE8T. No'JUoney Required of Responsible formerly of New Tork, now The tute, oi uoiumous, uuio, Dy request or many mends and patients, has decided to visit Wellington, O., Monday, April 11, 1892. Consultation and Elimination Free and tif the American lloae trom B . m to 3 unci surgical institute or uoiumuus.unio. tame oniy aienicai institute in me eiaie Incorporated with a Csoltal ot S300.000 00. V:' ... IUE CELEBRATED EXAMINING FUT8ICLAW OK THE FRANCIS MEDICAL AND SURtilCA't, INSTITUTE. 38 & 40 W. Gajsi, ou uoct ion. of stati Boost, Calotras.O. ' Inwrporatcd 1886. Capital 3C0,xu Da. FRANCl.of MewTork, the well known and aaecenSful dpeplall In Chronln DlwaaM .nd DlncaM-aot tlieKreand Ear.onaooountof hi. Inrge practif. tuOlila,hai CTiiilliliel UiomHvI KDICAI, 11)3111511 where all lorm. of Ctoosls, Mirrai ud iint Slwuti will U rueiuWlT tenUd n te aoft Belntino jrlaelpl.1. He I. ahiy aaaletod by a lull ourp'.ot emim.-iitl'hyaioluiiaaiiil.'iurKOiKit. , CANCKItvonilierltimrrawithout painvr tueathtcnifebianewamlncvrr-iailinamelhod. J Al POlt TA S T TO LAIHUS. D11. i'MAKca, after yem of eieiiviice.liiMdlooToid .he rreatfl.t euro known tor all dleeano. peculiar to the hi, Feinalo UIm!bih!. uwitirely sured. be the new and ncvcr-tnllin rcmwlr, Ollv J3onom. Tlmrnie lenri-rtml hv home trrat. moat? 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Bwnt.hould)nilor hiin(rfiDmto4ounie.oturtno(lhatpaaedflrt In (lia luonnus piolorred), whIHi wlllreclranraflllh"K'l ami inin'rjMpk.l examination. - J-oraon" niliiod In hoalth bynnleanied protemlai .. who keep trlfllnk wlttl thrmt month attor month, glvlnif Kijououa and lnjuiioua compound., .bould apply Immediately. - nniinrnrill niW.tt Perforted In old eaac. which haya been ne&lected of nnsliillfnllf WtlNUbKrUL LUHto treat... No Mr.menU or leiluroa. l-artio. ireattit by n ail Mrfc'nrow, but h.-i iobiI.Io. Ifrwirwl non-iillatl.m i. preferred. ;m;li cina. jriiarauiioa. W-aa"1..n.lenr.con.lentlal Treatment eet.1 O.f. toiny nartof iU?Tttuii(riiliu. Addreee with uo.uico. Da.i'BAaClS.l.J.. i.O:, .., ,.-.Wsa,i Sale per cwt Plain fence wire $2.50 " galvanized ' 3.00 Painted barbed " 2.75 Galvanized " w 3-25 Whips 10c. and upward Eagle cornsheller t $5.50 Cast steel axe 75c Barney & Berry skates 50c Strainer tin pails 25 to 30c Flaring " 15to20c Cable chains with' hook and swivel .75 io 1.75 I3p.steel cut nails $2.00 k'g 8p. " wire 2.50" E. Benedict, 1891 . issued on all European countries. B. A. HOBB, Vice-President. Partiss to Commence Treatment France Medical and Surgical Insti Btrlclly Confldentisl In the Frivata Parlor p. m. one any only, 'ine ranee ilea leal OMeed Mt el enalnet weikeeM. We will teknaif. . arrfKt .r le ell .of b omm, eod a bMlla lefleraiwa el tiw taUe ailavereaai. ., t JRIVATE SIHBABia-Tlleed Mm. oerrael T.I.I. fllMt. Hulclur.. 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