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A. P. A. AND POLITICS.
gaprrme rrcsldsnt Trmynor 8y Hit Ordat
Will Decide the Next Presidential Con
tut. Detboit, Mich., April 4. V. H. J.
Tray nor, supremo president of the
American Protective association, has
issucil a circular to tho order at large
upon the political situation. President
Traynor declares that the A. P. A. has
n cinch upon the presidential situation,
and presents an exhaustive plan for the
complete political organization of the
order, from tho primaries up. He urges
the various state councils to send their
representatives to tho snprorao coun
cil, which meets noxt ruonth at Wash
ington, pledped to such reforms as the
subordinate members of the order most
desire, thus avoiding tho danger of
strornr partisans from using tho order
for their own ends. He mnkes a strong
protest against tho Marquotlo statue
ami csqeclally warns the order to op
pose tho resolution of Congressman
Morc, of Massachusetts, "Ac
knowledging Almighty God as
the source of all power and
authority In civil government,
our Lord Jesus Christ as tho ruler of
nations and Ills revealed will as the
supremo authority in civil affairs."
This ho says, is a remarkable and dan
pcrous proposal to place the affairs of
stato iu tho hands of the church. The
writer concludes with the declaration
that the Venezuelan war scaro was a
misleading campaign dodge" and that
the Cuban and Armenian agitations
while advocated by those who were
, sincere, were mere subterfuges to kill
time until after the presidential elec
tions and distract the attention of the
people from proposed and much need
ed national measures of reform.
' H EAVY FAILURES.
Tbe Llit (or the Lett CJaurter Lancer Than
Kver Iteported for a Like I'erloii.
New Yokk, April 4. According to
Iiradstrcet's Financial Review the first
quarter of 1800 presents the largest
list of nctuul commercial and indus
trial failures in business in the United
States, those in which liabilities ex
ceed assets, ever reported for a like
period. Tho total (including financial
institutions) Is 4,313, or 700 more than
in a like portion of 1S95; 543 more than
in 194, and 1,43 mora han in tfc,e first
quarter of lbW, increases of Ifckli B.Dd
47 per cent, respectively. The largest
preceding like total, 4,050, was report
ed in 1SS5. Liabilities of those falling
this year amount to 62,513,000, an In
crease of 30 per cent, as compared
with a year ago; 57 per cent, as com
pared with the first quarter of 1894,
and CO per cent., as contrasted with
three years ago.
Iiuslness failures in Canada number
731 for the past quarter, against 581 in
the iirst quarter of 1893; with total
liabilities of $5,573,000 against 84,253,
000 last year.
A MADMAN'S ACT.
Kills Ills Wife and Mother-In -Law Then
Cu.vtox, III.. April 4. At 4:30 yes
terday afternoon this city was thrown
into the wildest excitement by a
double murder and attomptcd suicide.
Ed Polen, formerly employed at the
Illinois Central railroad in this city,
murdered his wife, formerly Miss
Myrtle Green, and his mother-in-law
Mrs. McMullen, and thon attempted
suicide by throwing himself in front
of an eastbound freight train. Jeal
ousy is given as his reason for commit
ting tho horrible deed. Last night a
great crowd of excited citizens as
sembled in front of the jail, but Mayor
McGill addressed them and said Polen
would die of his injuries, and tho
crowd finally dispersed. It was
rumored late at night that Polen was
taken to Decatur for safe keeping.
The jail Is heavily guarded and no re
porters aro allowed near it, however.
A GRAND MONUMENT.
Bill Introduced to t oinmetuornte the Serv
ice" of Private Soldiers.
Washington, April 4. Congressman
Watson, of Ohio, introduced a bill in
congressyesterday appropriating C250,
000 for a monument to be erected in
Washington to commemorate the serv
ices and achievements of private sol
diers and non-commissioned officers
and enlisted men of the navy during
the late war. "There are many monu
ments in Washington erected to tho
memory of unton officers of the army
and navy distinguished in the late war
of the rebellion," said Mr. Watson,
"but there is no monument erected to
the memory of private soldiers and
non-commissioned officers of the army,
or enlisted men in the navy, who
served in the cause of the union dur
ing the war. There is a so-called
peace monument here, but that is not
commemorative of the deeds' of the
common soldiers of the war."
TO HONOR AMERICANS.
Venezuela Will Erect a Third Statue to
lions of Uncle Sara
Wasiiixoton, April 4. President
Crespo, of Venezuela, has taken an
other step toward the conspicuous
honoring of American citizens by Issu
ing a decree directing the erection of
a bronze column in honor of the clu
sens of the United States who aided
Venezuela in the first struggle for In
dependence. Tho decree has just been
received at tho Venezuelan legation
here. Venezuela has honored this
government herotoforo by erecting a
statue of Washington and projecting
another statue to President Monroe
commemorative of the Monroe doc
trine, so that the erection of this
bronze comran Is a further evidence of
the friendly feeling existing.
Ten Millions for the Hirers.
Washinotox, April 4. Tho river and
harbor appropriation bill was finished
to-dav bv the hniiKfl committee, which
has been working on it most of the
fusion. The total amount carried by
mat bill Is a few thousand less than
10,OM),ooo, or about $1,000,000 below
the bill of the last congress.
KUteen Were Drowned.
Uoonvillk, Kv., April 4. The cloud
burst on Little Sexton and Buffalo
creeks did more damage than at first
"Ported. Instead of four, there wer
probably io drownd.
REVIEW OF TRADE.
th Improvement Eipeeted With Sprlar
Nkw York, April 4.-R. Q. Dun &
Weekly Review of Trade says:
The Improvement , eipeeted with spring
weather begins, though In some bronehes of
business scarcely visible As consumers make
spring purchases they must lessen stocks and
compel buying. The stocks taken In sdvanoa
of last summer's demands havo been distrib
uted far more slowly than was expected
put months of waiting have helped to
lessen the load which it is hoped
spring buying will clear away. The
backward season has been a hin
drance, as bas also been the number of
hands unemployed In Important Industries, and
the low prices of farm products. Apprehen
sion of foreign financial difficulties has hin
dered, but Is now scarcely folt Gold exports
are rumored, but at this season are so far nat
ural that they havo no suoh powor to cause
alarm as they had In winter. The gigantic
steel combination lsexpectod to havo a great
Influence In sustaining markets and stimulat
ing confidence, and though sueh operations,
often miss the success thov seek, they rarely
fall to kindle speculative buying for o time.
Tho woolen manufacture doos not gain In or
ders and a largo part of tho machinery Is
stopped. Prices of wool have fallen 7K per
ccnt..the average of 1U4 quotations being ll&c.
Cotton mills still pile up goods in advance of
orders, as reduction In prices havo failed as
yet to stimulate buying. Cotton continues to
some forward so largely that former predic
tions of 8,500,00 bales are remombered with
derision and the outlook tor the noxt crop con
Wheat has slightly advanced and If late re
ports of injury from extensive frosts and
storms prove correot will advance more,
though western receipts continue nearly 60 per
cent larger than last year, and for five weeks
past have been 13,835,410 bushels, against 8,831,-
SW Ift.t VAflF Wrhtt itllnllA ..Ma,. Ka .. ,...
only 6,733,132 bushels, flour Included, against
B JQ. W ... n . . . .
o..m,vi ,, jrcr. vumexpor.9 aro jarger ana
receipts also heavy, but pork has declined T5
cents per barrel.
MOST FIENDISH TORTURE.
Insurgents Strane Up for Days at a Time
by Crnel Hpanlards.
Clkvklasd, O., April 4. Tho stories
than have been told concerning the
tortures Inflicted by the Spaniards in
Cuba are more than confirmed by Mr.
F. H. Taylor, who has just arrived in
this city, after a residence of three
years in Havana. In answer to in
quiries regarding the truth of the cir
culated reports he said:
The worst has not been told. I have known
of prisoners being strung up by the thumbs at
Moro castle and left for days at a time to the
mercy of the vicious flics, which were attracted
In swarms by molasses, smeared upon tho vie
to"? f BCf and ehe. t f or that purpose. Many other
forms Of tOrturt Are practiced upon the unfor
tunate rebels when taken. Theso outrages
against humanity do occur, &s any elt'zenot
Havana can teitlfy. Infaet.lt they would al
low some of thoso persecuted wretches In the
Cuban dungeons to testify, stories of fiendish
torture could be unearthed which would shock
the Christian world.
Frank James Tells How to Proceed to Stop
St. Louis, April 4. Frank James, a
brother of the famous bandit, Jesse
James, when asked his opinion of the
ht Louis & San Francisco train rob
bery, said: "When a man engages in
the train robbing business he is badly
in need of, money and will take desper
ate chances to secure It, All this talk
about some men having no sense of
fear, and especially when they are
making a raid on a train, is all non
sense. I have been in some pinches
and there were times when I realized
fear, but thero was nothing to do but
to fight my way out. I am opposed to
train robbery and tho only way It will
over bo stopped Is to havo armed
guards on each train. Two or three
would bo sufficient, but they should be
well armed and be encased in a steel
cage of some kind."
THREE INSTANTLY KILLED.
A Terrlflo Kxploston Occurs In the Giles
Mine at Ward, Col.
Wakd, Col., April 4. A terrific ox
plosion occurred yesterday in the Giles
mine, IX miles from this city, in
which three men were instantly killed
and two others badly hurt. The dead
are: James Pnrmort, married, Mart
Branson and Grant Rice. The Injured:
Jack Gallagher and Louis Smith. When
the men went to work they took
about SO pounds of giant powder down
in the mine with them, and shortly
after they.reached the bottom of the
shaft and went to work the powuer in
some unknown way exploded. Pur-
roort and Branson were blown to
shreds. This is the fourth fatal explo
sion in the Giles mine.
INDORSED GOV. STONE.
Democrat! at Nevada, Mo., Want Their
thief Executive for President.
Nevada, Ma, April 4. Returns from
the several democratic township con
ventions in this county, to select del
egates to the county convention to be
held here to select delegates to the Se
dslia convention, so far as heard from,
hi lintrt solid silver delegations
and instructed for Gov. W. J. Stone as
a delegate-at-large to Chlcaga ;. Walk
er, Harwood and Schell City, the larg
est towns in the county outside of Ne
vada, indorsed Gov. Stone for presi
dent. Tho county convention to-day
will, without doubt, be solidly for free
coinage at sixteen to one ratio.
BOYS EIGHT DAYS ADRIFT.
Their Father, a Schooner Captain, Died In
Hid Atlantic, leaving Them Alone.
CADIZ, Spain, April 4. On February
18 the schooner Bobin Hood, 70 tons
register, Capt. Dingle, left St. Johns,
Newfoundland for Lisbon with only
three persons on board the captain
and his two small sons. Capt. Dingle
died when tho little craft was in
mid Atlantic and the two children
were alone eight days on board the
Bobin Hood with the body of tholr
father. They were pleked,up and the
vessel towed to this port by the British
Tried to Uarrote His Doctor.
Bubloxotox, la., April 4. When Dr.
Birch called to see William Layton the
patient became wildly Insane and with
superhuman strength attempted to
garrote the doctor with a clothesline.
Three police officers overpowered Lay
ton and placed him in straps and he
was sent to the asylum.
Political Prisoners Shot.
Tampa, Fla.. April 4. Letter; re
ceived from Cuba, state that last
Wedne.sday 17 political prisoners were
shot In the fortress Cabanas, In Ha
vana, and that M were to be executed
he Week's Proceeding- Given la Con
Tub pott office appropriation bill was con
Kdored In the senate on tho 31st, but was not
iompleted. A sharp debate on mall subsidies
occurred. Mr, Vilas opposing an extension of
the subsidy system and Messrs. Perkins and
White (Cal.) upholding It. Mr. George after
wards spoke In opposition to Mr. Dupont's
claim to a seat... .Tho house spent the day con
sidering the sundry civil appropriation bill, a
determined effort being made by some of the
southern representatives to strlko from the
bill tho appropriation for the pay of Internal
revenue Informers, which is obnoxious to pco
plo In the "moonshine" districts, but it was
Ths senate on the 1st completed the post of
fice appropriation bill, with the exception of
the ocean mall subsidy item which caused an
animated discussion. Mr. George spoljo on the
Dupont election case and Mr. Poller gave no
tice that he would move to take up his resolu
tion for an inquiry Into tho recent bond issno
on tho morrow. Mr. Butler (N. C.) introduced a
bill requiring the acceptance of current legal
tender funds In pa) ment of notes, bonds or
private obligations. Mr. Call (Fin ) introduced
a resolution to immediately uo a United
States naval force to protect Americans In
Cuba from atrocities and for humano reasons
In general. The resolution went over. ...Tho
houso practically completed the consideration
of the sundry civil bill. Mr. Hluo (rep). of
Kansas, made some Indirect charges niMlnst
tho board of managers of the soldiers' home
id Mr. Steele, of Indiana, replied to them
Tna senate on the 2d considered the post
office appropriation bill, and the propriety of
abolishing country post offices and absorbing
them as branches of city offices was warmly
debated. Mr. George closed his three days'
speech on tho Dupont election case. Mr. Pet
tlgrew reported the Indian appropriation bill
and gave notice that he would call It up on the
th. Mr. Lodge Introduced a bill to charge
monthly publications the same rato of postage
.s weekly publications, and Mr. Sherman In
troduced dne providing for the use of a uniform
flag by the army and navy after the year 180.
....The sundry civil appropriation bill was
passed in tho house after a warm debate' of
four hours over an appropriation of l8.',CODfor
the Howard university, a colored Institution of
Washington, the contention being that it was
an appropriation for sectarian purposes. The
house voted, 1 to 105, to rotaln the appropria
tion. The senate was not in session on the 3d....
In the house Mr. Hltt, chairman of the foreign
affairs committee, presented the conference
report on the Cuban resolutions, and in the
course of his spceoh said that he did not think
President Cleveland would "be so recreant to
his duty as to disregard the expressed wish of
congress" as to recognizing the belligerency
of the Insurgents. Mr. Patterson argued tha
if the United States would Interfere to pre
vent Spain from acquiring new territory In
this hemlsphero we should prevent her from
retaining territory by subjugation The debate
was not concluded. Many private pension bills
were passed at the night session,
INSPECTION OF IMMIGRANTS.
Astounding Facts Uronzht Out In the
Honse Dlscnsslon on tbe Measure.
Washington, April 3. Representa
tive Danford.of Ohio, yesterday report
ed to the house from the immigration
committee the Stone bill providing for
the inspection of immigrants by United
States consuls. The object of the
measure, says tbe report, is to enforce
existing laws and such laws as may
hereafter be passed by congress re
stricting immigration. Statistics show,
says the report, that with a foreign
population of 14.77 per cent, more
than half of our white penitentiary
convicts and more than half of the
white inmates of our poor houses are
foreigners, and prove that of the immi
grants coming here during tbe past
few years too many of them are de
ficient in morals and are Incapable,
physically, of self-support. The bill
does not add to the excluded list of im
migrants. OUTLOOK FOR TOBACCO.
It Is l'redlcted That the Cuban War Will
Advance tho l'rice.
Baltimore, Md., April 3. Mr.
Charles Dittman, of the wholesale to
bacco firm of Dittman & Vonciff, of
this city, has returned from a trip to
Havana and does not take a rosy view
of the situation in Cuba. He said yes
terday the outlook for the tobacco in
terest is Inost discouraging. Though
manufacturers in this country could
miss a whole crop without great draw
backs, Mr. Dittmar says the effect of
the war will presently be felt in a ma
terial advance in price. The stock
lying here at present is sufficient to
check any sudden increase and it has
been supplemented by tho addition of
inferior grades during speculation. In
tho open market Havana prices havo
advanced about 20 per cent in the past
Conld Mot Violate Ills Oath.
Louisville, Ky., April a Because
he could not choose between the A. P.
A. and his Catholic sweetheart, John
Schweitzer, of this city, committed
suicide by shooting. Schweitzer was
engaged to be married to Miss Lulie
Scherzlnger, but had often told her
that he was an A. P. A. and was pre
vented by his oath from marrying a
Catholic. He asked Miss Scherzlnger
to abandon her religion. This she de
clined to do, but said she would marry
him, even though he were a bigot
Immigration on the Increase.
Washington, April 2. The immigra
tion officials are somewhat disturbed
at the present enormous Increase in
immigration. During February the
number of arrivals at New York ag
gregated 11,823, an increase of about
65 per cent over tho arrivals during
February, 1805. The class now coming
to this country is said to bo altogether
undesirable, even while entitled to ad
mission under a strict construction of
the immigration laws.
Ives Wins Again
New Yonic, April a Tho fourth
game of the international billiard
tournament, at 18-inch balk line, was
played last night in the Madison
Square Garden Concert hall. The con
testants were Frank C Ives and Albert
Gamier. Ives won the game. His
average was 50 and his highest run 104.
The Fubllc Debt (Statement.
Washington, April is. The monthly
statement of tho public debt issued by
the treasury department shows the
debt, less cash in the treasury on
March 31, to have been $043,342,253, an
increase over last month of $5,274,780,
which is accounted for by an increase
of 314,209,523 in the amount of bonds
delivered during the month, payment
for which had been made previously.
A Holler hsploslon.
Richland Center, Wis., April & At
Lloyd, 15 miles east of here, yesterday
afternoon, Charles Eastland and Wil
liam Keith were instantly killed by
the explosion of a boiler.
- CAPTURED A SHARK.
And Fonnd tn Its Maw a Paper Addresied
to Himself. '
"One afternoon, when we were in
the Indian ocean," said the captain, "I
noticed shark swimming round tho
ship, and I didn't like it a bit You
know the superstition to the effect
that a following shark presages the
death of one of the ship's company.
Ho sailed round us all the next day,
and the next after that, and I deter
mined to catch him, and quell my un
easiness. We baited a hook, and after
a short time, captured and killed him.
Then we cut him up. Do you know
what we found in that shark's inside?
No? Well, a newspaper, unopened;
and it will surprise you, as It did me,
when I tell you that it was addressed
A shout of great laughter went up
from tho captain's audience, who
winked at each other unblushlngly.
He, however, took all the bantering in
good part, and when tho jeers were
ended he said:
"Now, gentleman, I'll tell you how
it ha'ppeped. I found that my children
had been skylarking the day before in
the cabin. They found among the
mass of reading they had brought
aboard some unopened newspapers
addressed to me. They had been
throwing theso newspapers at each
other, and one of them went out of the
porthole. The shark saw it, of course,
and gobbled it down; and that was
how it happened. Now, gentleman,
judge for yourselves the truth of my
story." London Answers.
How's This T
We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Howard
for any case of Catarrh that can not bo
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Che.n'ut & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
Wo, the undersigned, havo known F. J.
Cheney for tho last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially aplo to carry
out any obligations mado by their firm.
West & Tmux, Wholesalo Druggists, To
Waldixo, Kjnnan & Marvin, Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo. Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon tho blood nnd mucous
surfaces of tho system. Price 75c. per bot
tle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials
Hall's Family Pills aro tho best
Wens it not better for a man in a fair
room to set up ono great light, or branch
ing candlestick of lights, than to go about
with a rushlight into every dark corner.
The Rack, tho Thumbscrew and tho Boot
Were old fashioned instruments of torture
long slnco abandoned, but there Is a tor
mentor who still continues to agonize tho
joints, muscles aud nerves of many of us.
The rheumatism, that inveteratofqo to daily
aud nightly comfort, may be conquered by
tho tlmelv aud steady uso of Hostcttcr's
Stomach Bitters, which likewise eradicates
neuralgia, bilious, malarial, bowel, stomach
and ncrvo complaints.
Lady Customer in china shop) "Do
you break these sets!" Dealer "No,
madam; tho purchasers' servants usually
attend to that" Tit-Bits.
Bon "Sav, ain't you going to stand trentt
I thought you had money to burn." Dick
"I should havo If you would furnish the
draft" Boston Transcript
Of what use nre forms, seeing at times
they aro empty! Of tho same uso as bar
rels, which nro at times empty, too. Hare.
Abitteh nnd perplexed "What shall Idol"
is worso to man than worst necessity.
Iv sleep, when fancy is let lor so to play,
our il i earns repeat tho wishes of tho day.
Is advertising "continuous" Is tho word.
Plunges aro rarely successful. Brains.
THE GENERAL MARKET.
Ma. April a
CATTLE -Best beeves S
HOGS Choice to heavy
WHEAT-No. 2 red
No S hard
CORN-No. 2 mixed.
OATS-No. 2 mixed
FLOUK-PatenW per sack
3 SO 44 4 10
3 40 il 3 8)
is 3 70
HAY Choice, timothy
BUTTER Choice creamery....
CHEESE Full cream
CATTLE Native and snipping
SHEEP Fair to cholco
CORN No. 2 mixed
OATS-No. 2 mixed
LARD Western steam........
CATTLE Common to prime. .
HOGS Packing nnd shipping.
'SHEEP-Falr to choice
FLOUR Winter wheat
WHEAT-No. 2 red
CATTLE-Nnth e Steers
HOUS-Good to t'bolco
FLOUR Good to cnolce
WHEAT-No. 2 red
laH & 87H
8 UK 8 em
3 00 4 40
3 71 4 0
2 7i 3 81
jso at s to
5 00 5 07J4
8 S 8 50
. . "In the springtime of the yenr I
, always take your Sarsapartlla as I
' ' find the blood reaulres It. and as n
falnfwt Y.,,rtfi.r It ta ,it,f.mta11H. Vrtttr
pills are the best In the world. I t m the Bprfngtimo. And a
used to be Annoyed with " I great many who are not
vvwr4 p0et3, pay tribute to the
season in the same way. The difference is that the
poet breaks out in about the same spot annually,
while more prosaio people break out in various parts
of the body. It's natural. Spring is the breaking-out
season. Jt is the time when impurities of the blood
work to the surface. It i3 tho time, therefore, to
take the purest and most powerful blood purifier,
This testimonial will be found In full in Ayer's "Curebook." with
hundred others. Free. Address: J. C. Ayer & Co., towell, Mass.
The Modern .Beauty,. ,
Thrives on Rood food and sunshine, with
plenty of exercise in the opeu air. Her
form glows with health und her face blooms
with Its beauty. If 'her system needs tho
cleansing action of a laxative remedy, she
uses tho gentle und pleasant Byruo of Figs.
Mode by the California Fig Byrup Company.
Gr-oitY Is like a circle in the water, which
never ceaseth to 'enlarge itself, till by broad
spreading it dlspeiso to naught Shakes
peare. Fits stopped free by Dr. Kline's Great
Nerve Restorer. So fits nftcrflrst dav'suse.
Marvelous cu res. Treatise and $3 ti ial bot
tle free. Dr. Kline, U Arch Bt, Phila., Pa.
A DrriNiTiov. "What is ncritict" "He
Is a man who rips things to pieces without
knowing how to puttucm together again."
I cocu) not cet along without Piso's Cure
for Consumption. It ahvai s cures. Rlits. E.
C. Moulton, Nccdham, Mass., Oct. 22, "H.
Tnocon plunged in ills and exercised In
care, yet uevor lot tho noble mind despair.
A Dose In Timo Saves Nino of Halo's
Honey of Horchonnd und Tar for Coughs.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure In ono minute.
GniD your hearts with silent fortitude,
suffering jet hoping ull things. Mrs. Ho-
Flattery is often a traffic of mutual
meanness, where, although parties intend
deception, neither is deceived. Colton.
Tub Biblo tells the sluggard to go to tho
ant hut in these days most of them go to
tho father-in-law. Atlanta Constitution.
The nervous system Is weakened by the
Every nerve Is strengthened In the cure of It by
The coming Artist
to paint a popular subject
You set 5M oz. of "Battle Ax
for tO cents You only get 3s ozl
of other brands of no better quality
for 10 cents In other words if you
buy "Battle Ax" yo" get 2 oz
more of high grade tobacco for the
same money Can you afford to
resist this tact?
unless you have
A. D. 1
Try Walter Baker & Co.'s Cocoa and
Chocolate and yoii will understand why
their business established in 1780 has flour
ished ever since. Look out for imitations.
Walter Baker & Co., Ltd., Dorchester, Mass.
Poets Break Out
tnd Is the rtsatlof coMs and
euddtn cllmsllo cnanyos.
It can be cured by a picas"'
remedy which isspplted di
rectly Into the nostrils. Be
ing quickly absorbed it gives
Uscknowlcflccd to be the most ; th;on?h wre for
Nasal Catarrfi, Cold In Bead snd Hay w ofsll
at taste and smell, racoooc. mukki'-"- rc
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