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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 February 1889

ptltetM MgpMtfl. PEOPLE WHO WAST HOUSES Should, peruse tne third page of THE DISPATCH. SHREWD Can reach the test class at Investors through THB DIS PATCH. The toeeS men In business can also be reached through THE DIS PATCH. All bavin? Houses to Kent can secure tenants by adver tising; In THE CIS PATCH. tascat i k BUSINGS FORTY-FOURTH YEAR, PITTSBURG, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1889. THBEE CENTS Me S Will Wield a Mighty Power in the Pending Battle for - the Amendment SOME STARTLING STORIES About an Alleged Campaign Assess ment on Liquor Dealers. LACKAWANNA AGAINST PROHIBITION The Constltntlonal Campaign in Bcrnnton Strange Stories of n Political Atins ment The Assertions Denied rive Illegal Seller to One Licensed Saloon Prohibitionists Can Raiso Funds Easier Than the Liquor Dealers The Defeat of tlie Amendment In Lnckawannn Con. ceded The Catholic Vote Drtldcd. Lackawanna county trill, according to estimates set forth below, give a majority against the Constitutional amendment It is uncer...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 February 1889

e-jMsa mtyFKgiPfjrwz - '"5SS? 'wMW'wgiipNMwpsg'RMfwf THE , PITTSBUKG- - 35ISPATCH,' TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1889. r H -EXPEHTVEBD1CT Intended by the Builders' Ex change to Undo Things AS TO A CYCLONE'S WEEOK. ,Tliey Assail tile Coroner and His Jury for Alleged Errors, AND LAY IT ALL TO PEOYIDEtfCE. A Bed Hot but Entirely Unanimous Meet- ing and its Kesnlt. WHATtfE. SHAKOS SATS OP IGNORANCE The Builders' Exchange has denounced Coroner McDowell l'or his finding in the recent JWilley building disaster. At a special meeting yesterday of the members of the Exchange the Coroner -was roundly abused for the verdict of the jury. A reso lution was adopted and placed on the books of the Exchange, and a copy with the seal of the organization ordered sent to the Cor oner tor his perusal. A few days after the rendition of the ver dict of the Coroner's jury the President of the Exchange called the Directors together and -sent out a notice of a special meeting to considw -the verdict After much discu...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 February 1889

nT'rv'W: ' KOM HI FA TSOI. A Chinese Entertainment at the Sec ond Presbyterian Church. KEW TEAE'S DAY IS CELEBRATED, According to John Chinaman's Idea of Hav ing a Good Time, WITH MUSIC, FEASTIKG AND SINGIKG "Kong HaFaTsoi!" Don't for a mo ment imagine that this is the literal spell ing of a railroad brakeman's pronunciation of the words: "Passengers trill please re main seated, etc" It is, in plain, every day Chinese, "Happy New Year!" The Chinese spring it upon their unoffending countrymen one day in the year. Yester day was that day, and the Chinese class of the Second Presbyterian Sunday school cel ebrated the occasion last evening at the Second Church by a display of their knowl edge of bad English, worse music and ex cellent eating. The class conducted the entire entertain ment, except that Mr. Edwin S. Gray intro duced them and a stalwart police officer took tickets. A group of them stood chat tering 'about the door of the church, and acted as ushers. They can talk more in on...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 February 1889

TTTirTlffTTMt '? ' 'ff?5W5f??P5WT Vjgv 4 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1889. 5. I " r r V J- ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, ISia VoL 44, So. 5. -Entered at Pittsburg Post office, November 11. 1837, as second-class matter. Business Offlce 97 and99 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 70 Diamond Street This paper hnving more than Double the circulation ofonyotber In tho Pinto outside of Philadelphia, its ndianiages as an adver tising medium Mill bo nppnrcnt. TE1UIS OF THE DISPATCH. Jt)STAGE TREE tK TBS UNITED STATES. DAILY Disr-ATcn, One Vcar t 8 00 Daily DisrATcn, Per Quarter 2 Daily Dispatch. Oneilonth ,u Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one TOLT 10W Daily Dispatch, Including bunday, per quarter 150 Daily Dispatch, Including fcunday. one month 90 Fchtay DisrATCH, onejc.tr. 150 Weekly Dispatch, one year 123 Ba Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at 35 cents per week, or lncIudlngtheSunday edition, at 20 cents per week. PITTSBURG, TUESDAY. FEB. 12, 1S...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 February 1889

WWrw: THE PirTSBTTHG DISPATCH, TUESDAY, ' PEBBUAET 12, 1889. &&&? THE SCHOOL HOKROE. Chief Clerk Pomeroy Says the McAl isterville Children Are WELL FED, CLOTHED AND HOUSED. He Denies That Snperintendent Suppressed Higbee GENERAL TTAGXEK'S EEPOET TO BEAYEK A MoTcment to tednct the Eipensts of the Orphans SchooU. The other side of the story of the McAlis terville school horror is told in this morn ing's DisrATCH. The children are said to be well fed and kindly treated, and their mental troubles are alleged to be merely sympathetic and the result of mimicry. At the same time there is a moTement on foot to separate the schools from the Department of Public Instruction, which is expected to result in a large sarins in salaries. tFROM A 6TJLFF COBBESFONDKfT.3 Hahrisbukg, February 1L Chief Clerk Pomeroy, of the Department of Soldiers Orphans' Schools, has been to McAlister ville, viewed the situation, and reports that with the exception of three children, the school at that pla...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 February 1889

mjUgJMKjEi mr &? Tw TTTVr ' THE PITTSBUKG- DISPATCH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1889. f BERGEN, THE JOCKEY, A Talk With Captain Brown's Bright Little Man. POINTS ABOUT BUNKERS. President Brush Has a Quiet Meeting With Mr. Kimicfc. A KEW LOCAL BASEBALL LEAGUE. Lexington's Big Sale of Trotters Commenced "With Great Prospects. GENERAL SPOBTISG SEWS OF THE DAT Little Jockey Bergen arrived in the city yesterday. He is the little fellow whom Captain Sam Brown, of this city, has signed to ride for the Brown stable next year. This is Bergen's first visit to Pittsburg, and he has come here to have a business conversa tion with the Captain. Undoubtedly, if loots go for anything, the Captain has se cured a good looking and shrewd little fellow to pilot his champions next season. Bergen is really a bright lookinc youth, and a few minutes' talk with him reveals the fact that he is not disposed to tell anything near all he knows. He was deeply Interested in a pool game at the Monongahela House yes...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 February 1889

THE- PITTSBURG- BISPATOH, ' TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, ' 1889 TREY AEE MISTAKEN. Eastern Men Under the Delusion That Pittsbun: Keal Estate is BOOSTED BT INFLATED VALUES. Electric Males Another Grand Spurt and Jumps Almost Ont of Its Boots. A BIG DAI IX THE PETROLEUM EING It is a curious fact, but none the less true, that some of the Eastern corporations which have been loaning money on Pittsburg real estate are over-careful in placing money on some of the best securities of this kind. The tendency has been to cut the valuations as put upon local properties by the owners and dealers. They claim as an excuse that prices have become inflated and a reaction will follow. There is nothing like being cautious and erring on the right side for one's own self for protection, yet a great mistake is made anj injustice done to Pitts burn when 6uch an inference is thrown upon local property valuations. Pittsburg claims to have some excellent financiers. They have rroved themselves such bytbe manner in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 12 February 1889

8 THE M IS OH. The Mayor Sails Into tli,e Chiefs of Departments, on ACHABGEOEPBODIGALITY His Bill of Particulars Embraces Police and Fire Bureaus. A DIG AT O'MARA AND M'ALEESE. The Squirrel Hill Electric Eaihray Ordin ance is Adopted, BUT THE BIG BUSINESS IS IN POLITICS. Being close to election time, if. ros with difficulty that a quorum was secured to do any councilmanic work yesterday; that, at least, wag Mr. Skelton's explanation of the delay in getting a quorum. The report of Superintendent of Public Safety, J. O. Brown, giving the detailed ex penses of his department, was the first mat ter of public interest met It showed 486 employes in the department. The report was oraered printed, each member to be furnished with a copy. The reports of the City Treasurer, Mayor, Superintendent of Public Charities, were similarly served, tare that at Dr. Grimes suggestion a vote 'of thanks was tendered Mr. E. C. Elliot for his'n, though, as Mr. Lambie pointed out, it showed that the preacher...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 February 1889

PEOPLE WHO WAXT HOUSES Should peruse the third patre of THE DISPATCH. All having Houses to Bent can 6ecure tenants by advpr tisicg in THE DISPATCH. PORTY-rOURTH YEAR, THE SCttE! SOIL Defended by the Legal Gentle men Who Guard the Wid ow's Millions, SHE WILL SELL HER LOTS, Bat is Kot Hunting Purchasers With a Bass Drum. HER ANCESTRY AND GREAT WEALTH She is a Citizen, but Robinson' BUI Would Hart Her Children Lw for tfao Wild West Not Law for the Slannlaetnrlng Enst More Fun Over the Fine Wit, Humor nnd Spread Englelsm in tbe House Tbe Foont of Fow's Oratory Laid Bare Street Bill Amendments Trul, Cigarette and G. A. R. Badges Famish material for New Laws. Mrs. Schenley was defended by her law yers and agents yesterday. They argued against Mr. Kobinson's bill before tbe Ju diciary General Committee. It seems that Mrs. Schenley -will sell some of her Pitts burg property, but she is not hunting pur chasers. She is also an American citizen, but her children would suffer if the bill be cam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 February 1889

m MARGARINE AC Over One Hundred Bogus But ter Sellers Caught Up AND WILL BEPBOSECUTED. The Commission Merchants' Associ ation Gets in Its Work. PEOMLNEXT DEALERS AKEESTED. Complete Expose of Trade Secrets Enormous Profits. and EUSE OP A LAWYER ASD DETECTITES A sensation of the liveliest sort -was un earthed yesterday, and all by the simplest and mildest question in the world: "Is there anything new to-day?" The unexpected answer to this question addressed to "William Tost, Esq .the well known Diamond street lawyer was that most certainly there was something new to day, and that the news related to a decided sensation in an oleomargarine way, and that this news affected many prominent bus iness houses and the people at large, as it concerns two of the most vital issues in this life a man's pocketbook and his stomach. "res," said Jlr. Yost, "there is some thing new to-day, and, as a starter, I would remark that t e have now nearly 100 cases of oleomargarine selling on hand, and ready ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 February 1889

mn Tti w i fflgt sswn jf-scr THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, 'WEDNESDAY, - FEBRUARY - -13, 1889. ' 3 s LIKE- QUIET WATERS. The Monthly Meeting of the County W. C. T. D. Was a Love Feast. ONE HITCH IX THE PBOCEEDLNGS. The Land to Be Flooded "With. Campaign Tracts and Speakers. 0KB DISPUTE ABOUT COLLECTIOXS. The monthly meeting of the Allegheny County AT. C. T. TJ. was held in the lecture room of the Third TJ. P. Church, Diamond street, yesterday afternoon. The proceed ings were as calm and as placid as a river which, on a summer's day, idly reflects the rays of the sun; a perfect love feast and mutual admiration society. Friends be came more friendly, and old enemies of the White Rose and other factions became reconciled for the time being. The union is in an excellent financial shape. The most important business was the preparatory arrangements made for the distribution of Constitutional amendment campaign literature. If these plans are car ried out the city and county will be deluged with...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 February 1889

r THE PITTSBUKG DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, FEBKTTAKY 13, 1889. v h k ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1846L VoL 44, No. 6. Entered ai Pittsburg I'ost cEice, November 11. 18S7, as eeeona-ciass matter. Business Office--97 and99 Fifth Avenue. Kews Booms and Publishing: Hou6e--75, 77 and 70 Diamond Street. Tills paper bating mora than Double the circulation of any other in the State ouulile of Philadelphia, its advantages as an adver tising medium will be apparent. TERMS OF T1IE DISPATCH. rOSTAGE FREE IX THE UXITED STATES. DAILY DlErATCH, OlioVcar. 1 800 DAILY DISPATCH, Per Quarter 200 Daily Dispatch. OncMonth ,u Daily Dispatch, Including bunday, on year. 10 00 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter sa Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month tt ECltSAY DisrATcn, oneycar S50 VTEeklt Dispatch, one year - 123 The Daily Dispatch is delivered by carriers at IS cents per week, or including thebunday edition, at 20 cents per week. PITTSBURG, WEDNESDAY, FEE 13, 1889. BOGUS BUTTEB FRAUDS. The report...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 February 1889

$r THE PITTSBTJBG- DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1889. c IT WILL BE THE BEST. Uncle Sam's ftavy Kot to be Knocked Oat by Any One When He Gets It MITSEI'S JIADE A GOOD START. His Administration Praised Highly bj He publican Senators. UK. SMALLS SPAKS FOR HIMSELF. He Thinks His Totes and Sot His Eecord Elected Him to Csnsrrcks. Secretary "Whitney's administration of the affairs of the Navy Department was highly complimented by several Republican Sena tors yesterday. They seem to think the United States will hare the best nary in the world. Mr. Smalls spoke for himself in his contest for Elliott's seat. Figures show $20,000,000 difference between the revenue uhich would be raised by the Mills bill and that of the Republican Senators. several Democratic Senators, who could see no use in occupying the time of the Senate in political debate at present, and thus forcing an extra session. Republican Sen ators thought in view of the Clayton assassi nation in Arkansas, this was as good a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 February 1889

. -rcy TEE" PITTSBtJRG'DlSPATDHrWEDNESDXT.-'-EEBRIJARY- 13,. 1889. f 3 4- I 10 BEET BETHUNE. George Smith Makes a Pew Interesting Statements. LOCAL BICYCLE CLUB SUED. Lottie Stanley Leads the Female Wheelers in Eastern Contest. . Shooters Formalfew Society Gossip About the Ball Plajers and the Clubs. GOERAL SPORTING NEWS OF THE DAI George Smith, the local sprinter, -was in a talkative mood yesterday afternoon, and when that is the case George can say many interesting things. Probably he is one of the most conscientious and intelligent first class professional sprinters in the country. He has had a very interesting experience during the last ten or twelve months, and certainly his statements yesterday were of a kind, that not only afford interest, but con siderable information. Dunns a conversation with the writer, he said: "Well, I have not left the cinder path yet hy any means, although I am stickins to my South side business very closely. Of course, I'm not going to express an opi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 February 1889

fiBVOaS THE-BOOM-Df-WHEAT, The May Article Has Advanced Ten Ter Cent Above Lowest Point. BULLS ARE C05IIXG TO THE FEOKT. FJear Already Beginning to Feel the Effect of the Advance. "WHEAT BAS TOUCHED BED BOCK OrflCE OF THE PlTTSBUKG DlSPJTCH.1 Tuesday. February 12, 1SX). J The current number of the Minneapolis filler contains some very mournful reflec tions on the wheat and flour situation. The miller's occupation is represented as very .sick. The editor represents himself as very intently watching the symptoms, and pict tures the miller's cry as "How lone Oh, Lord, how long!" About the only streak ot light to be found in the editorial is fonnd in the following sentences: "Putting aside all arguments of bulls and bears, it is evident tbat low-priced wheat cannot be accomplished on this crop, and underlying all this dullness is a well developed element of strength. Trade is so bad that improvement mnst come. We hope the turning point has been reached." About the time this editorial cr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 13 February 1889

ivfpr'T '?J&9??;T rywT', e?vw$ww t fcr 8 IT IS SO YERT SMALL, Namely, the Occupation Tax, That the County Hopes to Get It. SOKE TO BE TAXED ON OVER $500. A General County Tax of Four Mills to le Levied This lean OTHEK KEWS FKOM COUNTY OFFICES The County Commissioners yesterday passed a resolution making a radical chance in the schedule for occupation classification for the purpose of assessment Heretofore the schedule has contained 318 different classes of occupations. The result has been anything bat satisfactory, and the assess ments have been made iu all manners ex cept the proper one, and an equitable tax could not be levied. i The Commissioners, acting under the re cent decision of the Supreme Court, which held that no two persons (citing two law yers, for instance, who were in the same oc cupation) could be assessed at different -figures, even if one made 1,000 and the other 520,000, have decided to place the matter on a more equitable basis. From SIS clisses tne schedule ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 February 1889

PEOPLE WHO WAST HOUSES Should peruse too third pfuro of THE DISPATCH. All having Houses to Bent can secure tenants Yrv n.dvi Itising- In THE DIS-.PATCH. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR. POWDERLY IS HOT On the Question of Prohibition, and Emphatically Indorses the Amendment HE IS DRY TO THE CORE, And Will Do All in His Power to Strangle John Barleycorn. HIS Y1EWS ABOUT PERSONAL LIBERTI Effect of the Amendment on Industrial Interests He Does Jot TliinU Revenues Would be Materially Affected The Sumptuary Lsvi ot Menaced Moral Suasion Not Effective Absolute Prohibi tion the Only Way to Stop Drunkenness He Thinks the Amendment Will Carry How the Quakers Stnnd General Master "Workman Powderly comes out for prohibition. In an interview which our special commissioner had with the famous Knight of Labor he depicts the evils of intemperance; pronounces moral suasion fruitless; denies that personal lib erty is assailed by Constitutional amend ment, and discusses the economic and in dustrial phases of the Ju...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 February 1889

'JfWVis THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1889. "W f fir NOT EVEN II SMOKE Do the Ducats in Pittsburg's Modern Fuel Yanisli. THE GOLD GOES UP IN GAS, And One Finn's Annual Bill There for is $450,000. A CHECKMATE ON MIGHTY WASTE. EebuiK Furnaces and a Meter Work Won ders in Fuel Finance. ESTIMATES BASED ON COST OF COAL In connection with the recent shutting down of the Vesuvius mill, throwing 450 men out of work, it is stated that the fuel dispute which brought about that crisis was more serious than the general public dreamed of. Mr. John Moorhead, proprietor of the mill, is said to have paid the Philadelphia company last year, for natural gas fuel for the entire works, $43,000. That is at least an impressive sum for one mill to pay. But the statement made in the same connection, that the gas company proposed to raise the rates to an equivalent of $80,000 a year, is enough to explain the shut-down and the projected revolution embraced in adopting fuel gas instead of nat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 February 1889

"WW-V-' THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY i4, ' 1889. 3 THE (M FIGHT, JA Eeview of the New Munici " ' pal Situation by Wards. . OLD ASSOCIATES AT WAB, Vith the Democracy Generally Will - ing to Let Them Settle It IN THE FIKST, FIFTH AND SIXTH There is Bnch Skirmishing as Has Not Been Known in Tears. THE EESULTS OF FACTIONAL FUSSES As election day draws near, when the different political factions throughout the city buckle on their armor, and go out to do battle with their opponents, the interest grows more intense. In some of the waids the hottest local fights ever known will take place between now and Tuesday night. It will Dot be a contest between Democrats and Republicans, but it will be a battle be tween the present city administration in the various departments and the McCallin Re publicans. In a number of the wards candidates for Select Council have not yet been nominated. The way a great many of the heretofore "city crowd" are knifing former associates and workers wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 14 February 1889

THE PITTSBUEG DISPATCH THURSDAY, imRTTAHY "' 14, 1889. I ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, ISIS. Vol. U, Ko. 7. Entered at Pittsburg Post office, IvovemberH, 1887, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing' House 75, 77 and 70 Diamond Street. This paper lulling woro than Double the circulation affray other In the. feints outside of Philadelphia, Its advantages us an adver tising medium will be apparent. TEIU1S OF TUE DISPATCH. rOSTAGE tree n the united states. BAILT DisrATCn, One Tear I 8 CO Dailt Disr-ATcn, Per Quarter 200 Daily Dispatch. Odc Month '" Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one year WTO Daily dispatch. Including Sunday, per quarter -50 Daily DisrATCU. Including Sunday, ona month - 90 Cdxpat DisrATcn, oneyear. S50 WtKKLY Dispatch, one jcar 125 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at 15 cents per week, orlncludingtuesunday edition. at SO cents per week. PITTSBURG, THURSDAY, FE& 14, 1SS8. PITTSBURG'S PROSPECTS. Mr. Carnegie's ...

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