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AUCTiooaun COMMISSION.
saj4iEAuaU9t f a aijer 3
Je ADotioDeerandDeaMrfa BaalEeUta Booaa
; frpld Uowna. VieUta a4 (iowu. ! - - :
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BATHilROOMS.'
. air .Tvnoib
toKee jiaik, f
' H&rbr And Hair llreHev" Rnt rTttl..
toatkat- tiAaementr Foa toffice i) .il Jin. T .
Holcioder: Blaak Book MamfAoturera,
iyiBtartaaa .f ublitbanA.
Opera BoiHin,.
aeifj .-V
If-a.U4 8oata!riiaaiatrat.' 4 oi raoait-a. a
aJegant AMortBiapVj aopj AViea. 40 proea. A -tar,pieaoeali.
" " .,
L -J .1 1 I 1 - r mi.
the notad. house for cood Boot and Show
at low prices.
'A0w bUMrit rabrreoeived.'
COAIDBALEfif rt ;r;
HtAMrA eiir','1"1 r.j4.t-io:
XL UealaaB in r-itmbana ad OhloOeaL" Alao.
HfM-tJaffcinrni'"' '
CumuiUaion, t'cnrardiiif abd' Produce ler
eiuuiu, dealers iu urain, r'iuaxvM T W .' iwoaa
ueel
CORSJiTS.
1 1 iijn ii j
X-'e llanuiAoturere an4 Vealera in Freneh, Gerr
auusADViMii Voraota. Aisu.-jiuo? c Kir to,
r!i .lltoa a-ii ai '-lot spera lluiue.
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TV WiuleiAlat Al Batail ilaaler,ia. Okina,
QaeaLiwM,ula4ArIalaX iuodridiiataajia Uuup
irktnree. . ' , 4 Jior.a tuitu ueel..
( era A Ad .31.j ; i-nawf-ntT- -i
Ve" Importer Aud. Wbojeialo And, Retail llea'at
UWJrookerr. Cnin,-Ul. Cuiiorj, glutei Uuu4a,
UoMWiAAiaiiua.4us.i i' . .
jiiwoDEftTISTRY. v" ' '
caaM AtA 4)CafllJlliUt6
Hi t-V no.ialiatBroadtjaet-i
WaaWm to be tDOa. V'.'.-r ..V
CJ--W uurao, pjSTt5T,-Tiio bativi
I e - at. Oaatistry; Aauiadia;- Uonn'4 -fm prove
HDenri ritakik. UUioocta aua It tienm tflocti.
1H
ea a.ar !-) )nnli.,-.,ilji:
Va iealeri iu Uir UdA;HoaDJ "C.rpeU. Oi
Clothe, antiiane.joaaeieet t)aht-Cap am Tnaj,
eorner titairanu r rreua ttreet. w " :
e ui'il ! ... i-' '' I'l ii u f.tr'
- - '-. '. i.-.rMrAaoain Aiiganraat. m
tarpw attingt. Oil cloUu.CuxUnm, fit, laao
Eumi I trv l.wtHd
1 " i av.w 1 ,WviiiEH 5 " 01 '0 b a J
11 e Vt nolesaJe and Keiaii Aealeia io btapla ana
Htenl
Fana rri 'tiuods. mad Aiaiiuiacturen of iuiea'
Cloenej iio-i. ' - Itt S. tlicn rea.:
1Jee-l'aA ;. UtAk buO9atwui(
V. Krnm & Oo.-. eas h deaian in l)r Uuod and
oti..aaoai aoaia awu-ta eir).1 -
;!.' '"i'l i''i.i in iiiiW)imiii'"Ti
1 AJlr.! AaUuu tvac... . - . --v
fj 'Wholesale aud Katail U.alar in Dry Gocde.
AOaua Baaldinsd
Aua.lUand 12. south b.h
KAAlvlV4t"ir)iin,
I jloaiera la laarjlamad Fancy Dry Goods and
beats' uruuhin Uuud. Ao. 6Aeii rluaWe.1
JT aoatm ta tttapio aud Faney Dry Goods.
A.
t'oraicn and Donaetio fry Goods, ijlotn.
m ueMiT wwm mm diiui man hutvi.
. druggets;;.
1 UNKr aa M 'A '6'.
J . People's iirnc StireJ80 Haath HifhSv-ST
aenpiiesu earoiajiy eomwaaea uu noura.
I mini u
TstU'A.-,AhUtJ4i lUttli .fcaoc' eHr cij)s
hi'
tlieiafx..
'54" North Hlcn straei.
anuuaoAW. tth lAIi. UKUUUIS18.,
t" 4 lw rjootti Huh at.. (Joiuuibiu. O.
lMtAtin. AttAL CSA. ak SDes. ..... . 1
X) f holesale od KaiAii llraiigistt. and Dealeit
i n frerrietary sMdiewea '
84 North Kith street.-
UNGRAViiRS:
KlCaata flOiaE -i 1: . " i -.
Desiguers, to iravers and PuUishera- Nota
rial ana other sv-is eiutraved to order. .
Noe. itrt and loo Souih High street...
FURNITPRLV
CAjirttnjiJMis5r,-o , .
j Muiit aeiarsra aad W ousmass ana Retail Deal
.r,ln .1......... I ' . m li.lll,,i.g fllf -
t:r No. Mil South High Dt . ttptt House.,,
Ohw Fjea.Arsmijr.4 ''"
AdAnuiaciamffAfii.anteli karnitazaj. Whoar
jaloand, keuul VV ar.rouuA, tt, J ajid a.GwBaa
ilQUSB-' FpRISHLNG.01:; (;
1,1 ja, As4assia.ai ajea., i '
JSj Dealer, is MaaUea. rMoeaa aad Hoaaa Knr
nubingUoous. ,Aio, iin,VopDer ai d Sheet Iron
W
" tasi Town .treet. ,
-ai-
BAlcfaS Ac STIJAttT, .. 1 '
i. Honsa Famishing Go ds, Mantlee. Graiea,
CoPL-ex, 1 in auu csmiiii,oimM Jiauuea
. ... . : , .. totUiahUeel.s
AbTOPl, sAlJB Blf'i- -a
Dealers in Haraaa.e,H oe Farnishlna Goods.
kiarblaaaa biataaisatMS.U alee, Hu.vee, Hot Air
arnaeee. Aa. ai ,: a nona enja street.
Jv autpiewea L E3'.w .y. .' to
fenoopiee on J... v......,,.P?!li Jl.Vr.W M
rnnw(Mai)(mA:MUj,,v,teii.,.':ifiM
1 eli di iiffii ill f i I
I -. m o '
1 fr "1W "3 tK) 60 4 00 16" 00 36 OU bU 00 too
1 lit 4M 75 -OoHf4 iH 60 Olr vt0 ,160
aI ..OU...00 lSttoU.-0 44 IW'W -1HO
4 6. 00 13 00 17 (10! 40 Oil rtj OH 140 Mt 35C
10 7 fti MUtl AO SRS0I1 aelUawioO 15
14 fln 18 00 3d 60 36 OOj 69 OU 186 0(125 10 376
JO -M Oil , 84l' M H l 4 4U 41 OufTJO MiSO- t
l 4 (HI -24 O.au-DU 4 d k4 l0eu .,
iH,14U JJ.300 60 OOhvA U lAS-aCWwJOO 660
,- H.UV HC.e4tl 6fcwlf SI76 0W0 6
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HOOP SKIRTS.
EHCED,
. Alaoufacturer and Wholerala Dealer in Hooa
Skirts and Corsets. Also, dealer in Berlin Zeoher
and Faoor Hoods, 103 rtouth UiKhstrr H.
O P. AXrtLL,
Hi laal
,ler in MapiesJ Mevrbandise. Boos, Sta
tionery end r'aney Goods senemllT. Hpeeial Asent
tor tne eaieorstao r.nss Howe uoia neaai rewm(
Maebine. No. 210 Sontb Hiso traet.oor. Rieh.
HATS & CAPS.
t' . j w. 1 1 mo w . l 1 1 : . 1
(fiian 4olden Hat.)
HOTELS.
AXIOM AL. HOTIL,
Onoosite Denot.
J, H. DAVIDSON. Proprietor.
IJUeaaaelHtnaa Tow sreet. W
K. J. BLUUN I'. Proprietor.
ZkTTLFH HOIIlE,
Corner Konrtk A friend its. Commodions
hooa and extensive stables.
Li. A. HOWEKS. Proprietor.
o
INSURANCE.
lONNEOriCDT DI1TD4L LIFE
1 soranoo Company. Assets, $18,O8.O00. -
yfU. JAJdiSON, AcanUCoioinbas.O.
UEWKIHK JT1
' a.iai btiuaHi a
Seokrity lat lOsaranai
AT altMt hi
iKMtKAAGSK
I J, a waera House.
I ' u 1.
UltlG II
i.iii 1 s J a
IMSfjsmANCIi COMPAQ OF
1 ,nl 11 m him u.
O. spital and AsseU, 4 9014.27.
W. C. si. BAKK. See'y.
Offioe, Noa. 6 A T Opera Bonsa
MILLINERY GOODS.
c.
V . Hlil.MK, .
Wholerala sci ReosI jXlnr Goods.
11 r. Hish street. Opera Honsa Block.
VI He. A. UOWKI.Mi,
1 iu.ltn LI : 1 1 : n. lluul. .ullUm.
mines. No- 67 North Uian street.
r H. W1LKIC.
:ler in Millinerr. Orass and Cloak Trim-
iminrsnd fancy Goods,. 130 South H-th aueat-y -y-
:aaaaaiaBaBawBasaBBaasasaasBssawsBBSBBSBBBBaBBsa
MERCHANT TAILORS.
SCHAKHAfTsJGN 4k OHLLEBEI,
Merebant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Far-
taishinc Goods,
No- 68 NoAh Hick street.
CW. NISWAftDEK.
e MerchsBtTailoa and Deafer 1 Gents Fur
nishing Goods. Also axent tor the Diamond Shirts.
1x1 Bonco mxa street.
THEOHIU RIRKCH ANT T AltyOKINO
A CLOTHING CO.. 18S S. High st. Genu'
snita made to order.
Uradymada Clothing aJ-
wsti on band.
: IOHH IT. KltKElBACHKU,
WiJItrciftt Tallow itnd Dealer
ar m CIothipAlndl
No. 61 North Hish street
OH.f S4CTNTF.K,
MERCHANT TAILOt. 330 South Hiah st.
Choice slock of Clothing constants on hand.
NEWS DEALERS.
a News Dealers.
Ktmb-ftMlliM anil RfaftnnMM.
No. 66 South High street, nex' door to Postofhce.
Litttb. Utaa.iriia.NM,
A? News Dealer, Bookseller. Stationer and Kind-
Pabiieations in both German and Eng'ish.
331 South Hish stre-t.
i aPAPERWARIX:B4iP
, f nnnj a m . v JT i, I a
A RDKfeWS. FDUHV tc CO .
AA. Manufactorers and Dealea in Writtns. Frint-
tag and Wrapping Papers, S3 A S5 North High at.
NVin at MKEKs.
Dealers in Priming, Book, Writing and Fine
Papers 36. 38 A 40 Nor h digb street.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
Batuwii k-irrsj v arT-'
photographIrs.
81 aon h High street.
J.
.TI t.LLIOT T,
PHOTOGKAPHKR. 107 South Hich street.
Pietnres made in every stylo and size.
D.
J. SKl'HCK,
Photographs, Ambrotrpes, Gems, etc., etc..
No. 33S iouth High aireeu
ra'iapHYsicfAN. u',iUy
E.
n. iwwrs in. i..
No. 3 Ooflra Housa. '1'rAat.a lliaMfMnf tbe
Lye. Kar. Heart, Ttiruat an J iungs. Also, Diseaaes
of women end 'hiMien.
PIANOS.-
'I F. aaAatKlS 4k CO..
J a Wholesale and Retail dealers for Lighte A
Co.' and Haine. A B.o.'s Pianos. Also, Organs,
aalodeons and other mosical lnrtrnmeots.
QR V . ... k kl ... . .
.- r j. wuu o.
J a.-0s Jos-Chkkerinfc'a'aeii g
aaos. Auso. urgaos. jueioaeons ana oeet ,iu6io.
,vrjT . o- IttaouthiiigOatraaWt
-restaurant;'1
oaW
lo ifroiM
DANK
EXrHANGI) REDTAVRANT,
A Corner State and Bichf treats
T I
cU.iRLt If si y b,B, Proprietor.
SEWING MACHINES.
El 1A SfcU.AU lIlACHINEii,
tA The best in the world. Nos. 1 and 3 Opi
House. W. PI. VI MEL, General Acent
rTCHES "AND' JEWELRY.
I I i 1. uli 1 a 4E JO.
f-Cae Dealers in Fine Watches
Clocks. Jewelry.
Piaiadwere.
bpeetaoles. Ac.,
No. 11 k.at Town
itreet.
j Ul'tS A HAHetlflUaO.,
J( (Suessors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
moods. Watch s. Jewelry, Silvei Ware and Spec-
taoies. no. ? cM noue
K
a twav niiutMix
WhoNaale an-l Retail dealers in Watohes.
bor
ddeks and Jeaelrv. N.-. 71 South Hiab street
STRICTLY WHOLESALE.
ci
4)AVvC r sstaws. tc to.,
X Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions,
t . 3 and 4 Gwione B.ock. loan street.
11 1
Manufacturers aud W holesale Dealers in B- oti
and Shoes, v., -vNo. GwynmBlooks tCisnrSa.
;
.
.5."ilion-
in
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
NOTICE IS HtHttiv GITEN TO
all whom it may eonoern, that the City Bank
of Cleveland, ao Independent Banking Company,
organised and carry tua on business as an indepen
dent banking oiapany at the oity ot Clrveland,
Obu, nuder an set of tbe Ge. eral Assembly of tbe
said State of whio, entitled "Ad Aot to incorporate
tbe State Bank 01 Ohio aniptber Banking CoaT
pauiee," .pasted February 34tnKlH4S. being dasirouav.
wt relinquishing and cloelna its Banking busiuesn,
tattat end has in puma nee of tbe statutes of the
said .-tate of hio in such case made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety peroent. of the maximum
muunt of its circulation notes, and aeliverod tbe
same to the Treasurer ot State of the said State jf
Obra to be destroyed, end he provided mesnsand
given security to the satisfaction of the Treasurer,
Secretary and Audit r of State nf said State of
Ohio to the redemption -f its outstanding notos of
circalation at tbe office of tbe National City Bank
,.r 1 ! and. mt.lhe faid.oityof tlavetaacU Khcsa -
said Cfiy Bank is located 1 ' . . "
Done by order 01 ine tfmr ox sireoiors .ax un
JUJCliU J Edit TT A VAX, i XODlUCilaa
jjU-dlUwGiii
The Sisters of St. Marj'n,
09 THE St-KINGS. KECErsTtJY OF
BommiL P.r- mimti. w4U oDen their larss
and tuactous building for tbe reciptionof pupils on
Ike Brat Houdajr iu September, I808. For Board and
a aauuu. ton, ao aud SJtfU, scooraina w wo de
partment ot thep tpil. bR. RO K, Sup't.
Aouirees Box 161 aut3-dif
JOSEPH. rHr,aGrEIGER
P4RfOITS SUILSIRG,
, aag36-aod3ml
COR. TOW i, BIG B ST
- ! S. S. PINNEY'S
pvANClNG ACADEM X IS NOW OPEN AT
u 1 NAUCHTON HALL.r
' Fr ifienilcA'$aeiA,ay afteraooBfrons t -p
M Gentlemen's eveninc class at AMBOd
HALU 3d int., at 8 oMoek P. 11. oetia
A PAIR Or Jos uuunis-tuLTS, rivis
and six years' old, very handsome, kind and
?-a-Td3l
i'.-.tn hna j.iMEDI0AIh'fwo-i'f ' ,ii 1 l
..tiliii i
-o'.ta ! jit5.riT iB viiui- n:- ii
10 FEltALESji .OWING '-TO : THE
pecnliar nd impiittarit' ielatidua ;Whic1i
th6y sustain, 'ttiti,ir geculjar prganizatjen
aim trie officer wtj perform t nr snbjt
to many sufferings." JYetfdonffrom these
con'tHbnte fn 'no mall degree to thir
ibab)i'Westf AK4ywelswViiM''wSB be-
happj-jwhij are ill.) Not only bo, Tint bo '
oine bf ilese YaHou'iVniaie 'cornplaints
Attn 1U. M. Lv 1M k.M A.. MffkMt4
ividual, ajdAf, rmgpidcirig perma
entisvoksieevand premature decline. Nor
ait pieaaiat to canalt a pby swiap fpr tbe .
eliHf bt these vkriotia delicate affections,
iaurbippnptie rnoetjirgent neceesitj
iwUl a tnieiJWomkri' io far 'eacrifice i her
greatest charm aS-lP- this. The sex
will then thank. at fat -placing in their
hands-' Dimple "epecifics which will be
found efiicacfouB jii relieving pclcirin'g;
kJmoet 'trwy- cmo 4ha' trobleome
bomplaintsjgetil;a( jflj.g.sexl',1'
1 '
nil
ii
iFssioei-rtedT .K .A nt Ja.ol .l .T
. 'RivUMgrnSbi 'rM1 fn1 BileneeT'aiia
haristktf other aTjplrainirOTdTTigl
giants And doctors, who sNthev meraly tab '
taut 11
I giy 50J iYiPS :.a?ltr ?py.tbJnS.t'
wjuld (0iWiW46wiMtaa.'amieced, but l
am obliged to say that altbongh it may
bg prgduced'from excesLye exhaustion
of thf jjowers 6f life, bynaborio,ujs-,eni-'
pioy ifiBbV, 'liiwholeBome air ' and' -rood,-
bronsaJnn6trratioo, the; use ofi ta sib
conee, arra - ireqaent couauirto, 11 is xa
pftener caused by-direct irritation, ap
plied to Jtbu mucdus 'membrane'' of the
vagi ra. use iLti a:ii i-i mni.01 ,. . '-"-
j When revjewing Jthft cansea. 9f these
to contemplate the--attendant evils icon1
gequant; upon 'thflni. . It is bnt simple
jirstice'to tile subject to enumerate a'few
of "tbe many additional" causes wbicb so
largely' ittetytn' llfelatt'ri and bappi-
ness'bf Somali In alT 1 classes BtrBocfetyJ
and which, consequently affeCjt tnore'' or
less directly , ; the - welfare F the entire
human family.' The mania that exists
for precocious education and marriage,
cause'-the- years that nature designed
for corporeal development to- be wasted
ana perverteu in me reBtraiiiiu 01 uress,
the -early confinement of school, and. es
pecially.ui the'.unhealthy excitement of
the ' 'ball-room. Thus,-, with the- body
half-clothed, and the mind undulytex-
cited by. "pleasure, perv-erting in mid
night revel the hour? designed by nature
for Bleep and rest, the work of destruc
tion is. ball wccompliBhed. j i.if'.-. .-.
1 I ri consequence of this early, strain
upon .her? stem," -itnnecccbajy e.ffbrt . ia
required .by.tbe dwlicate' rotary J-to rn
tain, her situation, inscbool at a later
day, thus aggravatiDg the evil.'- When
obe excitement ia over. Another in pros
pective keeps the mirid, mortailly aensi.
thre to ii impression, while' the now eon
stant restraint of, fashionable dress,' ab-
solutely torbidning- the . exercise' india-
pensable to the attainmeat.and retention
of organic health and strength t tbe eje
posure to night ah ; the sudden change
of temperature i thy "complete prostra-
ixe mem witii me nope- 01 s cure ur
Bnly'reme'dreB wnfci makVthem worsfe.
-produced 'by excessive dancing,
must, of nocessity, produce their legiti
mate effect. ; At last, an early marriage
cans' the climax of misery, and the Btr
.. ..!. - . .
fortunate one, lutiierto. bo utterly regard
less of the plain dictates and remon
strancen of her ilslicato nature, -becomes
ad unwilling subject of medical treat
ment. This is but a truthful picture of
tlie experience ot thousands ot oar young
women.' .. , ... ,:-
Long before the ability to exercise tbe
functions of-the generative organs, they
require an education -01 their,--peculiar
nervous system, composed ot wnat js
calldfthf fissue, which Is, in common
with the female breast and lips, evident
ly under the control of mental emotions
and associations at an early period of
life ; and, as we shall subsequently sen,
these emotions, when' excessive, lead,
long before puberty, to habits which sap
the) very Jife .of their -victims ere nature
bat self completed their development.
f or FemafcTWT?&n'ess' and Debility,
ilea or" LencbrrbosaiToo 'ProTiiss
Menstruation .'Exhaustion; VTbO" Long
Continued periods, for Prolapsus and
Bearing Downy-or Prolapsus' Uteri, we
offer the most perfect specific - knovn :
HeLMBOLD'8 COMPOCND EXTRACT OF
BucHlr. Directions for use, -diet, and
advice, accompany. Z--
Females in every period of life, fjQM
infancy to extreme old age. will find it a
remedy to aid nature in the discharge of
its 'functions. Strength is the glory of
manhood and womanlroodrHELMBOLD's
Extract Buchu is? more. strengthening
than 'any lof the preparations of Bark
or Iron, infinitely safer," and more pleas
ant , ELMBOLD's tEXTRACT . BUCHU,
haviug received the indbrsemerrt-of tbe
most prominent physicians in the United
States, is n.ow offered to afflicted hu
manity as a certain cure for the follow
ing diseases and symptoms, from what
ever cause originating : b-eneral Debil
ity, Mental and . Jrhysical. .Depression,
Imbecility, .Determination ot Blood to
the Head, Confused ' Ideas, Ilysteria,
General Irritability,: Restlessness - And
Sleeplessness at night, 'Absence of Mus
cular Efficiency, Loss ot Appetitey Dye-1
pepsia, Emaciation, lxw Spirits, Disor
ganization or Paralysis of the Organs of
Generation.' Palpitation of the Heart,
and, in fact, all tbe concomitants ot a
Nervous and Debilitated state, of the
system- Tfr insure the genuine, cut this
out.i Ask lor xielmbold s. Take no
other. ."'" i!ll.':'' ' '
Sold by Druggists and Dealers everywhere.-
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for $6.50. Delivered to any address.
Describe symptoms in all communica
tions. Address H. T. HELMBOLD,
Drug and Chemical Warehouse, 594
Broadway, N. Y. r
Noneare genuine unless done up in
steel-engraved wrapper, with fac-simile
of my Chemical Warehouse, and ligned
JK-wae-waowiy si. ncUXlbVlA.
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Gloves in greet variety and sAyleai UJ Ijj.ii-
Harris' and Alexandre's Kids;
Large and attractive stock of Shavlar- !t A
Brooke and Paisley Shawls;'
klegant Robes. " '
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I We hare in stock a full lina of UnderwesirTdr
Ladies', Gents' and Mises.-i "'
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Purcnaaers of Dry Good are cordially invited to
jr.! ... call and examine, the
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118 & 122 SoatU nigU Street,
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SERVING ' MACHINES.!"
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'In, mo previous year has there
bee such strong competition among
all ' the, leading' Sewing Machine
Manufacturers of this country and
Europe as the present. At all the
principal. Exhibitions and -Fairs
tliey met and contested for the Pre
mium on Family SeuHng Machines,
and the result was- unanimously in
favor of the-Florence Jteversible
Feed Lock-Stitch Family Sewing
Machine, It received the First and
Highest Prize as the best Family
Sieving , Machine at ihe following
Exhibitions, viz. Exposition JTnU
verselle, Paris ; American Institute
Fair, JTew Torkf New" England
Agricultural Fair, at Providence,
Ii. I.; the New York State Fair, at
Buffalo the Great Annual Fairs
of New England, via,: that of the
Mechanics Association, at Lowell,
Massachusetts, and the Fair of the
Maryland Institute, at Baltimore,
which closed a four-weeks' Session
on the 12th of November, the supe-l
riority of the ' 'FL ORENCE was
again confirmed by the Committee
on Sewing Machines, who unani
mously awarded- it the ' O OLD
MEDAL,' the highest Prize the
Institute confers. '
..1 1 .-
: It would seem aa If this anooession of tri
umphs should ba sufficient to convince every
unprejudiced person of the great auporior
ity of the FLOBENCB over all other aa a
Family Sewing; Machine. ' -
" A written warranty ta given to the pur
chaser, that the Machine WIXiI, DO ALL
that is claimed for it, and should it fail, it
will be taken baok, aad the KODEY .
rUJJDELD. :; .- .!; '
Principal OjJIee (met Saltmroom, So. 13 TPewl
AeircA Street, CinetnniUt, O.
, 1 H. McCONNEXX. Qaneral Agmt
- 2j.tz:r.
At the Ohio State Fair, which closed at Toledo.
epto -ber ith. IfWR, the FLORENCE received
the riBST PBSMIUli for the best Family Sewing
Machines ov,r seven competitor.
Hand for a oircular, or call and examine the Ha
ihines at the new Salesrooms, . .
I Eaol Slate St Colnmbam,' Ohio,
jr. S. BROWN, Agent. ......
AU kinds of stitching done to order, aad
satisfaction guaranteed. 0ct24--d3m3tawTAa
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MEDICAL.
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P.t.M I ll- d.ll. TMnhite, .r.ki. .-.trtlJi.
not to remind hir ofj aj- bis pangs.bul toabow
nimnowtoDaoisntnetn a, lorever-. l haaeans
of immediate and permanent relief are proffered
Matia--'"" 5..i r .
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uERMAN Biff ERS!
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And it ia for him to sat whether be will unnlina.
to endure a living death. or to put himself in : -ition
to reader life enjoyable. . .. .
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LIVING ADVERTISEMENTS
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Of the efficacy of this matohlesa vegHabla stom
achic are to be found in every oity and town in the
United States healthy men and women, rescued
ftoov -tortura - by its use. and eater to bf ar
testimonv to its vir.l. A tnee. It diffora from
any other Bitters in eKistenoe,:in thif spaciat par
tioular it is not alcoholic' - J ' ' '"' ' .
. ror suob oontituttons and systemsa requite for
thairiovigoratiOAadiffasiTe stamalant.w'...i r'
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HOOPLAND'S
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G E R EVI A Nt7TO Nl C !
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Has been provided a preparation io which the sol
id extract, of the finest restoratives of the vegeta
ble kingdom are bold in sol ut too by a sniritunns
agent, purged of all deleterious constituents. Tbe
Saueat. in cooostns; oetween tBcse two creat aeti
otee, should beauide by his own condition. If ia
a very law abate from debiitty. the 'Pome should be
pis selec ion; but in oases, where the emeraeaey is
Dot so pressing, the Bitters is the specific reauired.
Thoatands fiol infio- aT ite benefit from taV-
inc.eaeb-in turn. ' i There is ne phase of
luaiKeafcionw otuuusness. nervoas aiaeu wakm
eal prostration to-which they are hot adApted. and
in wnicu, singly or oomoinsd, tney will not etteot
euro, '
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EzchaEge Pain1 for. Ease
!i'4un lo au,:j!iu '.. ' 1 oo.I'SiiiS'i-
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And "Weakness for S trVncth- Get rid of the ail
mentt: wnick interfere with enjoyment; eas-t gloonf
ar.o despondency to tbe winds; take a stronger bold
et uie-ana. in snort, oeooine a ,i , : : ..i
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TB rough the instrumentality of the" most powerfuj
ana popular, or au vegctaois luvigorants and aor-reotiyes--,
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HOOFIAKD'S JEBMAli r-BITTERS.
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' Biliousness. Indigestion. General Debility.: and
all the complaints which proceed, ftom a want of
proper action in toe liver, tbe stomach and the
noajeia. are eradicated by a ooarse of this great
;(J0ITiTUT10NAL SPECIFI
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Which not only eombatiand conquers diseases that
have entrenobed themselves in tt a system, bnt
is the best known safeguard against all unhealthy
inn-iences. rersons wnose occupations and put
suits suojeot them- to the depresdins 'effects of a
eloae, nnwnoiesomeatmospuere, sbould take itreg
nlarly as a protection against tbe low fevers and
otner aieoraers wnicn malaria engenders. Inva
lids who Are ,
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? WASTING AWAY, ;' -
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Witnout any special eotrr'.aint; axeeot agrailnal
oeciinat&oa ei ooutiy screnirtn ani nervous energy,
will find in the BIT- P TKRS a fountain :
vitality and vitror,- as m ' refreshing and exil
eratinx aa a pool in the desert to ttie eand-scorohed
ana tainting travelers.
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HOOFLAND'S
GERMAN BITTERS
H'JI '
Is
isad of the purs Unices (or. as thev are me.
diem
ly termed. Extracts), of Riotii Herbs and
Barks, making a preparation hiehl'V Ooneentreted
and entirely free from Aicoholio admixture of any
aika.
s HOOFLAND'S
GET? I-i AfJ TOWl6
Is a combination of an the ingredients of the Bit
ters, with the purest Quality of Santa Crn, Rum.
Oranga, etc, making one ot the most pleasant and
agraeauie.reujvuitMever onereu to lue puotlO -
These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
plaint. Jaundice, Dts- pcp.ia. Chronic oi
ervoosi lie bill t Bws lihrunie Diseases of
the Kidneys, and ell diseases ans.ng frost a.disorr
' uereu Liver ur bmixubcu.
i I . . . such , " .
, ii : - ' i as-Con.ti- ;
i -i!l..i!! fi.!' pation,-Inward
'l ' Piles. Fill lues of
I I Blood to the Head,'
i i.!K-.t-: Acidity rf tbe Stomaoh.
! ii: :ii lVauaea. Heartburn. Disgust -' '
- for Food.Fullness or Weightin the
i ' Stomaoh, Sour aructations. Sinking .
or Flnttering at the pit oi tbe Stomach.
KwHBmingof the Heed. Hurried and difficult
Breathirur.. Fluttering at the Heart. Chokina or
.Suttucating Sensations when in a Lyii g Posture.
Aiimness oi vision, t'ots or neoi belore the
1 . Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Hesd,
AJeficienoy of Perspiration, Yellowness
. of the Skin and Eyes. Pain in the ' ' i
! , :. Side, liaok. Chest, Limbs ete. ... .. .
n Sudden Flushes of Heat, ;
' " Burning in the Flesh," , ' ' '".
.- . Constant Imagin-- : 'i -.;t
' ings of Evil, and f
Great Deprea
j - - - J 1 sinn1 of - '
. . Spirits, -
! They are the Greatest and Bestf
BLOQD PUKIFIEB9
'. .... i i t
Ever known, and will cure all diseases resulting
from bad Blood. Keep jour Blood pure. Keep
your Liver in older. n Keep jour digestive
organ in. a sound. A bealtby condition,
;nu,uii tueee remeuies,autx au disease wiu V.,
assau you.
Weak and .Delicate Children
'Are made strong by tbe use of either of these rem--edies.
They will cure every case of MARASMUS
-without fail - r
Thousands rf certificates have aocumulsted
the baansof the proprietors, but space will allow
of the publication of but a few. Those, it will
ooservod, are men ot note and of.such standing that
. iiuy juubi. w uviiBvea. .
t. ' -I-' ' ;w I o3 i . O i i i : ' n
THE 'WHOLE SUPREME COURT
- SPE AKS FOR THESE REMEDIES.
Who would ask lor more dignified or stronger tcs
j .. ,ti timoDJtf .-..-..
, HON. C. W. WOODWARD.
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vania, wtitss : -
' i PBILADBLrBI A. Iarch 18, 186T.
1 find "Hoofland's Uermsn Bitters" lit a aood ton.
io. useful in diseases gal of the dieesttve or
gans, and of great ben- la efit in eases debil
ity ana wantoi nervous aoixn in the tys'em.. .
Vours truly, ttiEO. W., WOODWARD.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
-Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.'
' PBlLAPELrHIA',''April58, 1868.
I oonsider "Hoofland'aGerman Bitters" a valua
ble medicine in o-ses of attacks of indigestion
Dyspepsia. I can certify this lrom my experience
.of it. Yours, withrespect.
- - ' - JAME8 THOMPSON.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
I'rothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, wiites:
, Pbiladlfhia. Be-1. 14,1867.
"Hoofland's German Bitters J is a very useful ar
ticleas a tonic aud as an appetiser. It i not an in
toxi ating drink, and may be need benefioially by
persons of all age. Re pectfully yours, -
JAMiia ROjsS SAOWDEN.
OAUTIOKr.
Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
See that tbe signature fa of C. M. JACKSON
is on the wrapper of; U each bottle. AU oth
ers are counterfeit. .
Principal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medicine Store, No. 631 ARCH tjTKEET, Phila
delphia, Pa.
CHARLES M. EVANS, Proprlelor.
' Formerly C. M. JACKSON A CO.
i H.IOBa.
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Hoofisnd's German Bitters, per bottle 1 00
Hoofland's Herman liitlers, naif doten 6 00
. Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in qt. bottles 1 60
per bottle, or a half dusen 'for ST 50.
Do not forget to examine well the article you buy
n order to get the genuine.
FOB SALE jiT ALL DRUGGISTS
-And Dealers in Medioinei everywhere. '
jy33-dw&s seowly
friio7
DEATH
[From the Cincinnati Enquirer.]
Important Judicial Decision—
Fratricide.
McARTHUR, O., Dec. 12, 1868.
in
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,
'
! At .the present term of the' Curt Lof
Common Plena of this (-Vinton)- conrjtyy
held- by 'Judge -E.-'AGutriTie, Vevefal
centeflted el eCtibiV cases' 'were' 'tried and
determined, involving1 m&st: of the 'conri
ty offices, filled at the election in Ocjo-
bef I the decisioTi of which is or vital in
terest to the people of tb whole" State.
"uarnei riootti waa declared ' by toe
Clerk of the Court and' two 1 Justices
duly: elected ' Sheriff ;' -Henry 'Keynold's,'
Auditorf 'Jonathan 1 Brieir," '-'Record pi1;
and. Frederick W. Haynes; Commission
er, of Vinton county all Democrats.'
Their respective Republican opponents,
George ' Fry, ' William J. ''Kannells,
Elbridge L. Hawk "and1 Benjamin' M.
Walker contest thg election, and claimed
that they were'-'respectively-' elected' to
such offices, becanfee, in' 'three 'townships
Richland,' Clinton And Harrison the
judges or the election took a recess; of
about an- nour at noon to get their din
ners, the polls being closed during 1 Buch
time, 'after' proclamation of the" fact 'by
itbe judges of the election, theyinvlting
an who-Wished to vote betorp .ymper; to
come forward then . arid, vote. .In, , RicV
land township 'all' the judges and. one
clerk'went to d'mner toi the same bpuse,
iBJiing- tue uaiiOk-uox wim. tueiB, ..out
keeping it locked And in their -custody-,.
in Uunton township-two-radges and
one clerk went together, taking and keep-1
ing the ballot-box, in the case ot the
other township.'' -In Harrison township
two judges and one clerk went together,
with the ballot-box, which they kept, as
in tbe other cases; n1 X'
After, dinnerthe election went on until
gix.i-'clock-P:rM.r' These are all the
facts proved, or attempted to b? proved,
ia the several: cases. I .- i ,;--i.,i ii -
- By declaring the election void in these
townships,: tbe residue-ot the votes in
the county would elect the- Republicans
aud defeat the Democrats, who bad been
deciared elected. i;-'.:: i- ua!.;,.-
I Judge Guthrie, who ia a most decided
Republican," having; in fact, always been
an Abolitionist,, but, who .has for. some
ypars oeen. recognizee! as possessing a
very superior legal . mind and legal at
tainments, and,, withal, perfect judicial
independence and integrity, determined
to rule, correctly as to the law of every
case without reference to the parties be
fore him, or to mere outside considera
tions. ' "..".'.'.'.'.'.'."..v.... .
Held : That in these cases there was no
pretense that tbe recess for- dinner was
taken for' the ' purpose' of perpetrating
any fraud, or that ' any' fraud' was' com
mitted by any-: person in consequence
thereof no -pretense that a single votA
offered, or even wished, to" vote during
the - adjournment ; no pretense that, in
consequence ' of it, any voter ' failed to
get the opportunity to vote, or was de
pnved ot his vote ; no pretense that tbe
candidates declared elected, the contest
ants, or any of them, advised, fcorisented
to; or knew' of it; no- pretense -that ' it
affected, the rights of one set of -eandi
dates or party, more than the other, or
that anybody was affected by it at all in
any conceivable way; or that the result
of the election iwonld have differed
single vote, if thev recess had not been
taken and no-pretense that a - full
and fair : feipressioir of A the will '- and
choice 'of the -majority -ot 'the' legal
voters of the'- county bad not been
had at this 'election. Such full' and
fair- expri'ssion of - the: choice of ' the
maiority ot the voters; : lor the several
candidates for tbe offices to be filled, is
the sole object of every ' election.' The
election itselt is paramonnt to- the mere
form of conducting it,- prescribed by the
law. Abo institution ot elections pre
ceded the lawftpassed tof regulate the
conduct ot them. .1 ne laws were maa
for the elections, nut "the elections for
the laws ; and fonri must be"lield subor
dinate io substance; the rights of the peo-
Sle must net be sacrificed to the miscon
net of the officers conducting an elec
tion; whole townships must not' be
disfranchised for such official . misconduct,
and the will of the minority permitted to
override the will of the majority, and per
sons to hold office who have been fairly
defeated by a majority of the legal voters,
unless- the law requiring the election to
be held and conducted in a prescribed
manner, be clearly mandatory or' impera
tive in its requirements, and not merely
directory., .And laws may be vital for
some' purposes - and directory ' only for
others. , 'Our statute simply, prescribes
that the ptlla shall, ;be opened between
six and ten o'clock A. M.-, and closed at
six o'clock P. M. It. -does not provide
that, if that be substantially done, though
n t actually, - for every, moment of th
time between - the opening and closing.
the election Ehall be void. , It does not
forbid a temporary 1 suspension " of
the voting," by' a recess, taken
the exercise ot ' an honest an
sound, 'discretion by the' "judges,
when ' the , law is, , after all, . sub
stantially complied with.' Itt some. places,
the greet nutriber of voters will require
the polls to be kept open all the 'time be
tween the 'opening' and closing "of the
polls.' In 'others,' there xnay exist no
such necessity, owing to the small num'-'
, r . . ''
Oer ot voters, or otuer circumstances.
In many places, all who' wish to vote in
the' forenoon,' vote before dinner and then
go home and 'dine, while those who vote
in the afternoon wait until they' have
dined before coming to the polls, causing
a lull in the voting. , - There is not any
thing improper in the judges adjourning
for their dinners, in suclf lases, especially
if they invite all who wish to vote .be
fore they so adjourn,' unless 'the law is
imperative and not merely directory, in
which case it could not be done without
rendering the election void, as the in
quiry whether the Legislature made it
vital for sufficient or insufficient reasons,
would be precluded. . The controlling
reason would be, the Legislature has
made the law mandatory. . ,
But the law .puly provides a penalty
against the offictyrs of an election, who
improperly neglect or violate its provi
sions. Bui such liability to punishment
does not necessarily, affect tbe validity of
theelection. . ( ... . ..
- If fraud is averred, . or anythingelge
materially affecting results, and irregu
larities and departures from, the forms
and requirements prescribed, by law for
the conduct ot the election, are, in any
way, made me means or oecome aiuing
causes of it, then tuey win ue closely
scrutinized, an with it, may render the
election void. r i i-i? .
' He claimed that the foregoipg princV
pies are settled by the decisions- of the
Supreme Court of Ohio : State, etc.,
1
Bi"
it r g -p
p. 144 : foster M.Scarfi.' 15 XL
537 ; Howard wrShfefds Atf 't).
P.,
S. Hi.
The only case to be found of defer
sion by.a&vObiS 'Ctmrtll holding that
such closing of the polU fatq dismsffi-rw-ders
the. electron held at that clace void.
is one'made"6y the TJistrict fjourt of
Ha-Jiilto'n'co'untyiri SC'ra'rep'o'riof
whTcii'rs femnd' ih" th rArr5e-iScriLaw
Registati, fog December, 18&7J -The oplh
ion was pronounced by Judge Brinker-1
bofT,-pf.4lei..SaprBmPTGo)ttrtxiil(.prM
out of an election held for Mayor of MJtk
Airy, ii.tl5ontyft9)T4i to&$gtip
prived both candidates of the office n.d
resulted in the old Mayor bolding'oveK
The"Cas'e was Onlrgue(f irpon one side
that to Bustaiu the validity of the elec-
ti'iive' JNo authority -'Was referred to by
counsel or Court. The reason-assfgneJ '
foe the: deciaiotl ia, that -Sialt legal sight
of the voters to east their, voter, : during tksa
therfcesta djestroyedbyii,. sx
But if no voter attempt::, or eyen de
sired to exercise hiigbt, during.hyit
tfniis, it Is'difEcult ojprceiye apy.hjuyr.
to anybody, of ' bow anyJ'voterT8"'rights"
n lk UCU1CU IU UIU1, IUIUCUBU, JK
interfered with: " Besides;-rrkT0a(TJ,
ablwiopportuTritier: are afFordfed-to'votctrs
to vote at an-electiofl,iihafcbtrgH tOE b-
BRffipiefit-, i Tlja practacilMe-reiseitstley-
ery rightinjaliptbeii.fiaisesi WHhjPrtir0!
anable interruptioriB,. and ( dlaysw--
and wh suould,.thirjright,, be xpaaeri
exception i All who' 'undertake "to'doi
paHiculaf ' things Vltlin-, a -given1 lime,
auu uv it, mo cApcuwu uuij. iu aauawu-
tlally mptoyMhat-'tifceinteTYhptions
for ordinary ne:ary purposes, ' merely
temporary ,inr tbelr jc baracter, bebrg oal
and; natural1 incident t all awb-ia)A4eil
takings and requirements, and ordinarily!
to be anticipated, ,rf toOoK .mU
,( All. that, this. law. woujd, seenj, tQ.xt
q'ufie is, that the exercise of the ?ig,
to vote shall be substantially afforded io
every legal voter."1"
All deprivations ot "rigVt, all ''Wong's,"
all injurious consequences to atlybody
must brv'feroved" Vf -thertftrnfBl,,IjVn
the lairrKHaee'f trre- Strarett OorrrtfJ-of
Illinois, in Piatt vs. People, &c at pHpe1
72jWtitxianat presume On wpwt onthi
other.". i . TbJ qaesttoitH thca a ii i is. tkas t
law imperative, or only directory jLi Tuaij
j decisiony pf. tlw ..Hamiltonv Cuntv pis-
j trict Uourt, L is y not , tyWSt PP0 - J.e A
i Court of CommonTleas of this .district.
though entitled to the highest respect
:and to be 'car'efiilly weigh Jd aud'ebtasfd1- .
efed.' 'TbereMs no case to'founci that 1
will support it. The whole' current of"
thef-anthorititts 'and their reasoning--fs
agaiastit:'- wa-- ';? ''- 1 -'""
People vs. Cook, 14 Barb. (NV .) i
B-p2fi9sVA:i i y. ? - .s.: .i sH r
I ,PopleK. Cook,,4 Seld. (3. N"i.y.)3
Rep., 67; ;t wWt
I Pe9ple,.&c.Rr. Martin, 1 Seld- .(5 I?.
;YRep.22.,.,iM ;: ,;,f,ff ,..r,,,
Piatt, &c, vt. People, 29 III. Rep., 5,n
Broadhead vs. . Milwaukee,-, 19 Wis.
Rep.7,624.- - , ! - yr:;J..k
Aug. and' Am. Cor. p. 93, sec. 5, and .
p. 94. .
, The reasonings 1 found in these "cases
Beem to be-sounder -and more in ac'cotaV!
ance with the principles eontaine'd-irrthe '
' decisions-: ofioiir -iowB S u prem ' CJoarti
TylaAA,.S.artfji.j.l
and more in accordance with justice 'and..;!
the rights of the voters, than are to be
found; in the District Court decision
'' Unless couipellod to do bo by a law clear- I
ly imperative, a court should, hot -dia- :id
"franchise the legal voters of any4town-
hio, aud defeat, beyond .question, the , t
"undoubted choice of, the Bafjorityof tb ,
voters of a county, and give effect to the .-
C11IMUO Ul IUO ullllvtli'T iu 1.3 picau,
ly to result from doing 'so,' ' A' State'
election is sometimes veryclose 'And to
en af aeiildi th A -ttlfepAirt!- Ili: A' -fo flvvn-C
ships, might : defeat ': the : choice of the-"
. majxurity : of : the ; voters of : - tbe whole
' State, and -.put the minority, in "power, n
A State-may i decided the-' Kdection'ifon-i
. President of the Unjted.StateB, and. that
vote of that State might bu hanged, byrt
the application of -,lho.iprinoiple.con,;j
tended for here ; so the choice of Skivi
President,, really , elctedniight. (be de-j
feated, and, the office warded. to. is(:j
,' opponent; fairly 'defeated.lby thtj Iff?l,q
votes of the people. ' -' J ' ' "
Following, then, what was deemed tlie
sounded reasoning, and tha iindonbfed1
cuiTent! of decisions, ' the3 Cburt' wcmld ' 1
hold tbe law merely directory io ' 8ncfi Kl
state of case, as these cases present; bd1T
' not. vital -or imperative. .- : -. . i i iA
.J Judgments were rMidered in favor of :o
the defendants, tbe contestees, in all tha a 6
-cases, and against the plaintiffs, the coor iol
.testants,, with costs,, under tbe . .law ,o&
11868, giving the Democrats elected thebr,
offict a. .'M, L. Clark, of Chillicothe,; an ,
H.C. Jones, for plaintiffs he 'contest Jtl,
ants; Alfred Yaple, of Cincinnati, Judge "
.Grogan, of Hocking, and D: " & Dana,
. and Mr. JHayo, lor aeienaanis, - me con-
WOtDae ( . .
' : Bills of exceptions were taken by. the
Republican contestants, and will go ba'
A.. .L. finnMimo. fnn.-t ah rttint.irma fnft
: luiq lira i7ujncuio .vw. " -
' leave to file petitions-in : error. "ii -t
So the law- is to be definitely Bettkd Ji 1w
! II
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