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T>.i«o'o *r»4 -j»r j •ar .*] f Wartrn:
with ti.' ir ii*ti f any r*f>*T
lb th* T«"Tit/.ry, u r-r-rj Saturday
m'rraug. T«r»i.» fhr**«» ll<»lI* r% I*-T t:.<l
■MI, 111 ' ' tK< T*\M . ##•<*<».
Sr. N. WARD u <mr <te raatb rtiM
awt»t f f th'- f»%f f.Y ivrn,i.M.rx ».k
*i«h wt*Mn trnm9»w»t,ta K.*x Us t r iia
li+llrrrj %bj~wliot* In th« r-tty ari't ®t
P fta tmM <b« isi) t *b<>fc p»? I.TIU.
itu '>f tabariptl'ini thffrto, mt*j t*
ui*<V
bounty and City Official Pr*w.
Monday, August 28, 1876. ,
FAVORA BLX IN DIG ATIOH 8.
The rapid rate at which Hcattle Is
growing »* not no noli"e*L«ic to » reai
dent—to whom the progress that ja go
ing or» all around him has become a sort
of matter of coarae, and every-day af
fair— aa to one who fi«ws it after a brief
aliff-nce and notes the changes even a
few weak* present. There 1a no denying
the fact that Seattle is growing at a
faster ratio compared with ita present
number of inhabitauta than any other
town on tbo Coast -1 bonanza a and rich
prairie lands to the contrary notwiih
standing. I'robably there is no town in
the Union relatively more prosperous
at the promt time.
And the outlook for the future is es
pecially encouraging Our oonl is the
favorite in the market, ami the facili
ties fur supply will ere the ensuing
wiuter sets iu be vastly increased. We
have for customer* the greatest whole
sale consumers on th« coast—if not iu
the world—the Pacific Mail Steamship
Company of New York, and the Cen
tral Pacific Company of California,
which embraces almost the entire rail
ro.td system of the coast including
steam! »out connections. The Han Fran
cisco agents ot the P. M 8. S. Co. in
formed us that their vessels consumed
betwiieti and B,(MM) tons of coal
per mouth. This, when freights,
wharfage, cost of hauliug etc., at other
j»orts, and the duties at foreign mines
are considered, can be obtained at our
docks cheaper than tin same grade
of coal can b« obtain*-;! anywhere else.
The fact that we have already estab
lished reciprocal commercial relatious
with those potent controllers of Pacific
commerce is a fact of mottt favorable
augury An effect is noticed in the tide
of Oregon and " I pper Country" travel
that has already Iwen turned through
our jtorts. We have assurance from the
San Francisco correspondent of the
steamship company that their Puget
Hound line i* not a temporary arrange,
tnent, but one of the things established
a permanent institution. Further, it
is the intention of the company, iu fu
ture, to put on a class of vessels built es
pecially for our trade, with a view to the
shipping of coal for their Asiatic, Isth
mus and other fleets.
Two consentient parties arc requisite
to reciprocity. lucrcascd and regular
facilities of communication aud trans
portation have long been tlif great need
of our country their lsrk has beeo the
chief obstacle to its advancement. Such
an accommodation as a tin • of Pacific
mail stcsmeni like the Salvador and
Dakota, or similar v ess. Is, mnning
weekly to our port (as is also contem
plated if properly patronized) cannot
fail to pour unprecedented wealth in
the way of immigration and trade iuto
the lap of our city. It rtands ns in stead
toextend tosucb a j>oteiit auxiliary to
our prosperity all practicable encour
agement.
TELEGRAPHIC
BUTItH COLUMBIA
VICTORIA, Aug. 26.—Nanaimo ttod
•red(f<ord and Lndy l>uffrrin n reception
ynaffcrday. A report waa in circulation
hero ycaterday that Premier Elliot ha.l
received a ie)t«gnun from Ottowa an*
nouncing the selection of the Butte In
let route for the Canadian I\*citte Rail
way. The Coh'ftutt this morning j ro
nounect the r« j>ort incorrect.
Mr. .Sj,ro»t having accepted the p<>.
■it ton of third Cotn«ut»iouvr, the In
dian Land> Commission organize-! yes
terday. Mr, MoCreight was rccoiu
mended at the legal adviacr ot the
lizard. Ctpt. Mig*t Secretary. and
(ia.ttiueau «!L Mohun. Surveyor*
The lark Pacific 81>j», carrying one
million and on, hundred thousand f<vt
of lumU r. tailed last for Sydoey.
Australia. Thu* is one of the if
u< t the largest, cargo tret >hipj<d fr\>m
Hurrard Inlet.
A meeting of farmer;! ittsd othett, to
take into consideration tlia question of
petitioning the (ioTrrnmrot to nvont
mind the Dominion Parliament to jjire
the province a protectira tariff, will l*>
held thi* aft< -moon a! Col wood The
Dominion and lVo»i»cui iuemU'r« t>r
the district are expected to \>e prese nt
TOROXtO, Aug 'in— Family j«wr«»ler.
Miller, \% ho recently a!>*vuded from
Montreal, was at rested yesterday at
P resect t, on Lis *.iy to the luited
States, and #13,1*0 worth ot' jewelry
and valuable >ton« * stoned in hi? luggage
«ai recovered.
ziirm rriTzs.
Jfrw A'Jg .Vrrived—
*tCKa*hip Uritt isix froen Liverpool;
Eu'opia, frrtaj a-JJ'aa, fr -m
ft !b American port*.
Ciik vwo, Aj;g. 26 A fp»* isl to tb#
7*i »<» from th* 1 cllowstoneexpedition,
-t«*rnrr Jo*phine, t»ar the mouth <>f
the- Y»ilow<one river, c*i Bwnarck.
Augj.ot 2"th <wy« Since the junction
»■ f Crook and Terry it ia hoped to oeer
t tke ar. I force » tight with the Siuur
The command ha« moved *t*i to the
Big Bora vknottiM 14th
a trul! five <»rsix day * oM. and two
miic-H wide, V h.;' the heaviest ever
•een rm Lh • prair.e*, was dW"orered
Thia trail finally aeparateiL The In
iiaii* were ftHind t«» I* in full retreat,
one band headed north, towards the
British |> j«*t "iont>. with the probable
intention of eroding the line, tue
others going -outh along the Little
Missouri, for the purpose of eroding
the Mi-teouri river about Fort Ikrth
old. There tscrery indication that the
hostile# have Wen heavily reinforced
by aginry Indians. They hare their
families- and evidently intcud remaining
north thia winter. The army has a
difficult programme, find It will be al
most mirattxloai if tkey succeed in
overtaking the savag »■», who art* well
mounted. When supplies are exhaust
ed, a detachmeut of soldiers will have
to return to the supply camp. Gen.
Mile*, commanding th*- Fifth Infantry,
returned to camp on tho Rosebud on
the 12th last., instructed to patrol the
river north o! Fort Buford, and inter
cept any bauds attempting to cross the
Yellowstone moving north; also to con
strwt Winter quarter* ut the mouth of
the Tongue Hirer for one regiment
of infantry. The steamers Far West,
Josephine, Carroll, and YV-llowstone
have >*eu placed at his disposal, and
supplies for the command arc being
rapidly shipped up the river from Bu
ford. The steamers Far West and Car
roll nave been employed patrolling the
river. General Miles' command has
been reinforced by two companies of
the 17th infantry and other troops
—giving him a total of about TOO.
Terry's supply camp has l>een moved to
the mouth of the Tongue River, as a
base of supplies during the campaign.
The steamers are well guarded and
supplied, and the camp is strongly
defended. The garrison has three
Gntling guns and several Rodman guns,
and the steamer Josephine has on
hoard three Catling pieces for the
garrison. Sharp work may be ex
pected on the south bank of the Yel
lowstone, before the war ends.
A later diapatch, dated August 22d,
near the mouth of Powtffer River, says:
a practical failure of the campaign, thus
far, has caused a change in the plan of
operations, anil the Government will
now continue the war until the ludians
are subdued or return to their reserva
tions. It is uow almost assured that
the scout* now being made by the Com
bined forces of Crook and Terry will
be unsuccessful, aud the troops will
probably return to the mouth of the
Tongue River by the 25th iust The
comtuaud will theu refit for another
dash, which, it ia supposed, will
more successful.
Gen. Miles' wiuter quarters will ac
commodate 1 "KM) men, and if the troops
do not have a successful engagement
with th* Indians the 15th of
September, that number fcrill probably
be left on the Yellowstone for the win
ter. The Fifth Infantry under General
Miles and the Fifth Cavalry under
Geftatn! Merrilt, the two finest regi
ment* iu the servMe. will remain iu
wiuter quarters, and if necessary addi
tional numbers will be kept iu qnar
ters, so that the campaign will be ex
tended late in tbs season, and if neces
sary resumed early in the spring. It is
thought ssffietent supplies can be for
warded for the troops before winter sets
in. The campaign will be full of hard
ship but not dangerous, as at otlier sea
sons. There are many Indisns sloug
the Yellowstone, I Kit every precaution
will be taken to keep advised of their
movement«. and a fight is hoc improb
able. The tro»>j«s will occupy quarters
ot Tongtc river by September *Oth
A still Inter dispatch, dated August
23d. N4 Bismarck, says that Cmok and
Terry, after follow tug the trail discov
ered on the fcth, moved thirty-six
miles down the Rossbudto the northern
trail, which was abandoned on the
Uth. aad tie command pursued the
southern trail, crossed Tongue river to
Go. >ee Creek, thence returned to Pow
der rtver, followed it to its mouth,
which they reached on the night of the
iMh, where they went into oamp and
will remain till the 24th. The wagon
train aad all the eupfiits, st the mouth
of Tongue river, are being shipped to
the mouth of Powder river, and it is
expected thi wagon train will reach
there to morrow morning. The ladun
, trail diverged from the east bank of
Powdar nter, aU«t twenty miles from
its mouth, south again toward Little
Horn, whence the ooouuaud will folio*
speedily. The entire command is short
of stipplie*, and unless otherwise or
dered Terry will march such as are not
needed to Fort Abraham Lincoln.
, Crooks' command will scout toward the
Black Hills and r~i Fettermau home.
Crook and T*r ry both think it is too late
for extended field operations The In
dians on the SiHithsrn trad are moving
towards the agencies. Terry will if
possible intercept them. The campaign
i* therefore practically clos«. i. unlets
further »i *tra<tion% from the
Lie*i r.ant GvOrr*!
Nlt York. Aug 26 —The Pacitic
Mail Steans-hip ( olm. which sailed
fr<ra h< re 1 ft* A "pin wall
returned to d*y in i dt*»bled conlitiw.
After being a few days au explosion
touk place, followed by » rush of
staam which completely enveloped the
vc#'»-l, (ausir.g ouch excitement an.org
the pavanger* After aotnc time it w-s
diaCover*-d that one of the boiler* had
hurried. two tuen killed. Chirf
and one tireman Several
p»**ng<-ra were «cald< 1 The Colon
hoisted uf distr»s<, which were
olnervfd by the «t»"um"r Ktnn and the
disabled vesael towed into port.
A.xlmjVEr, Ma>s, Aug —Tn« lie
publicans elected Butler deb-gatf to the
Congreasinnal Conreuti* m of the Seventh
District. The General mjuires but
additional votes to insure his nom
ination.
New Hedford, Aug. 26.—Lil>erty i
Hall was crnwdetl t<» overflowing last
eveniug on the occasion of the reception
of the officers and crew of the bark
Catalpa. Has-vtt, one of the e#c%|»ed
Fenians spoke.
I7IOPI.
London*, Ang. 26.—The Amount of
bullion goue into the Hank of Kngland
on balance to day, was £ll *,OOO.
Liverpool, Aug. '26.—Cotton quiet;
I'pland.s, 6; Orleans, sales. 5,000
ha lea.
Democratic County Convention.
The Dem'jcrats of King county im t
in convention on Saturday afternoon
last at Reitiig's Hall.
C. D. Emery was chosen Chairman
of the Convention, and S. F. Coombs,
aud U. M. liasiu were elected Secreta
ries.
The following ticket was nominated
to l>e elected in November:
For Territorial Councilman—Win.
Pickering.
I Members of the Assembly—W. E.
( Wilson and Jos. Foster,
j Probate Ju lge—Thomas Bnrke.
Auditor—M. S. Booth.
Sheriff—Robert T. Flynn.
Treasurer—ltol>ert B. Curry.
County Surveyor—lt. L. Thornp.
| School Superintendent—Kev. D. It.
McMillan.
j County Commissioners—M. It. Mad
docks, Seattle and Freeport District;
Rufus Stearns, North Side ; Frank Mc
j Clelland, South Side.
Assess*»rs—Andrew Chilberg, Seattle
I and Freeport District; John Steeves,
North Side * John J Sceveley, South
Side.
For Seattle Precinct the following
nominations were made:
Justices of the Peace — C. C. Perkim
and D. W. Seel ye.
Constables—D. W. Litz an 1 S. F.
Coombs.
j The following gentlemei>| were ap
pointed the Central Committee for
King County for the ensuing two years:
C. D. Emery, E. M. Suiithers, 11. But
ler and Robert Brown.
The following gentlemen were elect
ed delegates to the Territorial Conven
tion to be held at Vancouver: C. I).
' Emery, IT. M. ltasin, John Collins, A.
G. Murray, Otis Freeman and G. 11.
Knowlton.
The greatest harmony prevailed dur
, ing the entire convention. The noniina-
I tions were all mail*! unanimous and the
convention adjourned with three cheers
for the whole ticket, and a determine
j tion to carry the county for the Democ
racy in September.
' ADDRESS,
j TiX the Democracy of Kim<j County:
Stand by your Colors ! If your ship
goes down, go with it! Don't desert
your Hag ! God hate a ccward :
Democracy is the representative w ill
of the people,
t Democracy means tuunici pal inde
pendence as opposed to central power.
Tildex will be elected.
Let Washington Territory '• be in ac
cord with the Administration."
We all want our Ti rritory to enter the
' Federal I'nion as a State. Vote " For
I Constitution," —aud a Democratic Con
' gress with a Democratic a 1 ministration
will admit us.
| Y«ai, through your delegates h« re
1 hare chosen a splendid ticket Indi
, vidually, we may not have obtained cur
first choice, but we have g«>ot men
whom we can all support.
No Spilts'
A determined effort, honest work,
and victory is ourj along the whole
line!
By order of the Democratic Com
mittee.
C. D. Emeuy, Chairman.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Notice*
XotW 1* hrrebr given tbat an eitra ae*ab>n of
tt» t'.mrtT iVuuDtaaionrn f Kir,.: it.urty. Waah
Territory, wtll be held ou the *th day of
He|»teml>er. A. D. at 10 o'clock i.M .it Um
Auditor * < iUi ein the i lly of Seattle the county
•• at of aaid .-ountjr. for tb«* pari*** of trauaa* Ung
the fclluvtßf tuktam, tti
To oonetonr the application «f Lxxtir Horton.
Arthur A. IVnuy ki d other*, to o!.ang»* and cor.
lert the valuati on of mortga#** np«-n mal nlik
In «U J . «'Ut.ty and to r rml ar»d ref< -rm the w
roll of Mid kin* <>>aoty for the year
\<6, wo a* t.> exempt from mmiiifnt ard Un-
U«<B (21 nuit|tff* r( !>■*: ratale where tb» ,rral
eatat# itaelf it a e«*e>l u l tuwl . ai d further.
k> fro ride for hating th« legality if the taxation
<*f ru.-fc tn< rtfa«rea teatei at the earliest m<
m the Ocurta, by the aubuua luti ,-f an
CM*> r , therwiae. to be tried either in tern* time
or vacation And alao to fvnaider the que»tt.>e
cf altering tLe t uttj r< ail running from Seattle
Along the a**t ah r< ( Elli tt • Hay and up the
vaat at 1« of Iniwamiah n*er to lila. k river, ao an
to av. td tnterfrwt with and the uinec<-*#ary
cr «»:ng of the S«-att> and Walla Wail* Railroad.
l>ated Seattle. Augnat I*T«>
J1 L YtSLEIL.
J W. BORST,
D. H. MrMILLAX.
a> C< uat; Ccuiuia*; ner* f Ring Co., W. T.
Notice*
All peraou* are Uee*by n- used iutiif> «iU u
prv*ec«itad to Hie eitent of the lav If fonnd a&
g»*ed in decectwtlag or In an;viae interfering'
vtth the gr«v«a in the Ma* oi- Omietrrr.
T. *. KVaStLL, Sextan.
Wauir Aug 35 iff*. a£»lm
MISCELLANEOUS.
GEORGE H. WHITE,
Practical Rook - Binder,
TUMWATER, W. T.
Law Books, Paper*, Magaxinea Mu
sic, By-Lair*, Cheek*, Etc.,
BorxD at Svn Francisco Pki«
itvta
Notice.
The Tax lid of tlx- City of Seattle ft* the year
l«l, u oi>v ta my and Jue. All Tun not
paid on or 9ept«H»iber Is*, will Umc be de
ha ct and a paccentaa* added.
H.W. ROWLAND,
alitd City Treasurer.
At M. R 3t*dd«*la Drug Store.
UNIVERSITY
or
WASHINGTON TERRITORY
Will on
Monday, September 11th, 1576.
For particulars as to terms, &c., an
ply to the
Rev. GEO. F. WIIITWORTH,
President.
Seattle, Ang. 14, 1876. aiMf
A CHEAP PAPER!
The demand for theWEEK
IA OREGONIAN for a short
time is so great that we have
concluded to offer it for the
balance of the year for
OME DOLLAR !
All subscriptions will ex
dire Dec. 31, 1876, no matter
when they commence. Ad
dress,
OREGON!AX, Portland.
SCHOOL TAX.
The Special School Tax of school District No. 1
ia due, and if sot paid before September lat, col
lection of the same will be enforced and costa
added. By order of the Director*.
D. T. WHEELER, Clerk.
Seattle. August 'Jth, 1870. au9td
Notice#
Having recently become sole proprietor of the
Seattle Truck and Dray Company, all bill* dut
me, must be paid to Mr. Paul Panlasn an or be
fore the 15th of next month, to aave coat* of col
lection by law.
DAVII) WEBSTER.
Seattle, August 11,187#. alitd
A New Gallery!
Ta be known as the
Senttle
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY
PETERSON i BRU , Proprietor
Artistic Photographing in all its Branches. Pic
ture* Copied ard Enlarged and flniahed in India
Ink, Oil or Water Color*.
Children's Photographing
A SPECIALTY.
Thf Gtrman and Scandinavian Language* »poken.
OALLERY ON
FRONT STREET
Over the iNTKixiautrMt Orric*.
j Seattle. W. T . Auguat 33. 1874. a£i-tf
R. L. Tnoaxa, J. M. B*ow.
City Surveyor. U. 8. Deputy Surveyor.
THO*\K k siww
mil his in snrais
Soattlo W. T.
Ojficc vxer (Jem Saloon, Entrance on Mill
Slrctt.
l
Particular attention given
to the Survey of Lands in
King, Snohomish and What
com Counties, and the loca
tion of the Corners of Lots
and Blocks in this city.
Seattle, Aeg 15, 187 S. al«
IIITER NORTH A CS.,
BANKERS
SI-A'ITLE, W. T.
Deposits kkceivkd akd ac
count* kept • to Check or I'raft.
Interest allowed oo t.soe depoasta frua date
of deposit.
Excaange on Portland. Saa Fraaciaeo
and New T j*k.
M Key Loaded oa approved security :
fc ndv *v*k* aod other valuable* received oa
dep-«it fur sate keeptag.
Co.tectiona sad* snd proceeds promptly
remittee.
In?e*ta:eau ra Heal EstaU gad otter ur -p
ertj made for partita.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Hurrah !
Tu the field again, and we
will not stand back for
anybody, and offer
forsraleto the
public
1,000 Fine Cashmere llats
for Gents, at 50c each.
i
2.000 Fine Ladies' and Chil
dren's Straw Hats, at from
25c to 75c each.
2,000 Fine Gents' Straw
Hats, at from 25c to 75c
each.
500 Fine Gent*' Panama
Hats, at $1 25 each.
> 1,000 Gents' Oxford Ties,
at $1.50 per pair.
1.500 Fine Gents' Alexis
Ties, at $2.75 per pair.
j 750 Fine Gents' Gaiters, at
$2.75 per pair.
| 1,500 Fine pairs Gents' Boots,
at from $2.50 td $5.00
per pair.
COO Fine pairs Boys' Boots,
at from $1.25 to $2.75 per
j pair.
j 2.000 Fine Ladies' Shoes, at
$1.25 to $2.50 per pair.
2,000 Fine pairs Gents'
Cashmere Pants, at from
$2.50 to $5.00 per pair.
500 doz. Fine Cheviot Shirts,
at 75c to $1.25 each.
|
1,800 Fine Cashmere Shirts,
at 50c to $3.00 each.
And everything else in pro-
I portion. Come one, come
I all, to the
Seattle
j
Anction Store
! on
'MILL STREET
' (Next door to the Postofficc.)
' MIXDT A DAVIS,
! .
I ropnetors.
THE STAR SALOON
AMD
Bowling
Alley,
Under the Wisconsin House, on Mill St.
between Ist and 2d.
BY
OLE GUNNISON, Proprietor.
In tbe Bowling Alley are two new and excel
lent alleys, each 70 feet in length and moat com
plete in all their appointments.
Fre*h and Cold Jxtger lietr, ly tlu vr
quart, ahcayt on hind.
Seattle, August Vtto. lH7ti.
mM Itcob lie W
Dealer in Second-hand
Clsthiag, Blaakfti, Wateta aid Jrwrlry.
Tailoring, Cleaning and Repairing.
Commercial Bt.,l>et. Washington Main.
Notice*
The 00-partner*hip heretofore existing be tween
W. S. Lawrence and E. O. Parkin*, in the
c>>ndnct of tbe OAce Saloon, in Seattle, W. T.,
nnder the trm name of k Perkina. ta
tALs day dissolved by mutual consent, Edward
O. Perktn* r«-ttnag.
All outstanding* due the late Arm must be p*td
tu W 8. Lawrence, and all claim* againat aud firm
will be liquidated by him
WILLIAM 8. LA WHENCE.
EDWARD O. PERKINS.
Seattle, Aug 19,1871.
W. g. Lawrence, ancceesor to Lawrence A Per
kins. will continue to carry on tbe business ss
heretofore. s??-4w
M 1)011 AX. jfc
SAIL-MAKER.
Sails made to Order and Warranted
to Fit, Old Sails R*-paired with
Neatness and I>ißj«,tcb.
Flags. Tents & Awnings
Made to Or dr.
Mill Strvv. f , Seattle, - . W. T.
MISCELLANEOUS.
THE AIICM)i)
JUST OPENED
the
wsmm mid Mmt
Fashionaile Stock
or
DRY GOODM
DRESS GOODS,
FAUCI GOODS
Lad its' aid (tarts' Furnishing Goods, Mm and
Boys' Clothiig. Hals, <a|K, Trunks, Valiy^
Ever brought to this city.
JjjT' Our stock has been selected by ourselves i»ersonally, aad kuowi
the requirements of the trade, we feel safe 111 saving that we have the U ?
selected stock in this market, and at low prices.
BOYD, PONCIN k YOBKG,
M. C. Haw Icy & Co.,
IMPOKTEKS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware & igrirnltnr.il lni|ilmrt<,
10$ & 110 Front St. and 12 & 14 Pine St.,
San Franoiaco
®OIi«J JI'OH
Buckeye Mower and Reaiper, llaiue's Ueadt-r, Burdirk'* Ilny CutTaylor's
W heel Horse Bakes, Buekcye Hewthr Forks Niebols «.V Nlicjmrtfs
Vibrator, Thresher, and Mounted llor>e Power,
Deere's Gang Plow. aßMta
WHAT IN DUMIR WW RU\R\ IS THIS?
WHY! SIXTEENEYAROS CALICO FOR '*l.o0 1
WiiKtlioff & tVald,
i '
KxolUMlwly ■!»■•(■ tvsii* 4 ')
B L T ILDING If A KM) W A liE,
?hip, House Carpenter?, Machinists Blacksmiths, ind other
MECHANICS' TOOLS A SPECIALTY
B. H CALLIOAN, f. S CUB*
CALLIGAN & CLARK,
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FURNISHING GOODS,
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Gents Boots, Thoes and Slippers, Hat-. Caps, Trim
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S BOOTS & SHOES
"Quick sales anil small profits," lh our motto.
CALLIGAN & CLAKE
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