WEEKLY TRINITY JOURNAL.
RECEIPTS FOB STJBSOETPTION
TO* THI ■**** OCT. sth.
John Sammona, Co*’» Bar, 1 45 no
Same, (paper sent Roacoe, Illinoia,) 6 no
Thoa. Criekard, (paper sent le.wa Ard*. Ireland.) 5 no
Wm. Rale, Wearsrrllle, 5 no
B, 8. OnpUU, (paper aent Lubec, Maine.) s 00
Chaa. L. Caaa. ipaper aeot Hollorrell, Maine,) 5 00
John Am, Rush creek, 5 00
As Usmcccxssrci. Bid.—With the mere men
tion that the party of the second part in the fol
lowing exchange of courtesies was Washington
correspondent of the Sacramento Union at the
time Andrew Johnson was inaugurated President
of the United States, we present the documents
for the perusal of our readers ;
Sin t —The Resident Executive Committee ap
pointed by the late Convention at Philadelphia
propose to circulate, at as early a day as practi
cable, a large number of documents calculated
to enlighten the public mind on the great ques
tion now at issue.
From your official relations with the President,
we presume you will cheerfully aid his friends
and supporters in the momentous contest in
which they are now engaged. One method of
doing this will be by a reasonable contribution
of yourself and friends to aid in meeting the ex
penses necessarily incurred by us in this matter.
Should you do this, please forward the amount
by draft or postal order to Charles Knap, the
Chairman of the Finance Committee, who will at
once acknowledge the receipt thereof. If such
acknowledgment is not duely received, please in
form us. Do not pay one dollar to any traveling
agent of the commitee. We make these requests
to avoid fraud and imposition.
By order of the Resident Executive Committee.
C. KN'AP, Chairman.
C. Mason, Corresponding Secretary.
San Francisco, September 29, 1866.
To C. Knap, Chairman, etc. — Sir; — 1 have the
honor to acknowledge your esteemed (printed)
favor of no dale, post-marked Washington, Aug.
19, 1866, and franked by lion. J. R. Doolittle,
containing an invitation for me to aid the friends
and supporters of President Johnson in a certain
“momentous contest, 11 in which they are repre
sented to be engaged.
In the language, of the lately distinguished
Secretary Seward, I am surprised that you should
ask such a thing of me; or, rather, I should be
surprised if it were not evident that in availing
yourself of the machinery of official patronage,
an unpracticcd hand has been laid upon the wires.
My “official relations with the President,” to
which you so delicately refer, have ceased to ex
ist. Those relations commenced on the 4th of
March, 1865, when it became my official duty,
ns an independent journalist, and eye witness of
that extraordinary spectacle, to record the fact
that Andrew Johnson; when sworn into office
as Vice President of the United States, was very
drunk. This shameful bit of history attained
the cheap immortality of print, and n copy of
the Sacramento Union containing it was lately
brought to the notice of Ilis Excellency by oneof
those kind friends with whom every honest
man is blessed. I was accordingly removed
from ray office, and our relations were abruptly
terminated by the act of A. Johnson himself. He
mnv possibly think that ray remov e] may remote
ly affect the fact that he was intoxicated, as
aforesaid, but au intelligent public will fail to
see it in that light.
The undersigned avails himself of this oppor
tunity suggest that the enlightenment of the
public mind to which you refer seems already
to have spread to such an alarming extent that
the small tribute which my former associates in
official position might yield would be wastefully
invested if used to circulate the large number of
documents spoken of in your esteemed favor of
no date. Recent events indicate that the afore
said momentous contest, in which the friends
and supporters of Andrew Johnson arc engaged,
is essculilly determined already—at least, so far
as the people against the President may decide
it. The eleven judicious individuals who com
pose the “National I'nion Party ” of California
severally admit that “the country is going radi
cal in the most dreadful manner.'
The undersigned is deeply obliged for your
caution respecting the speculative traveling agent
of the committee. He has not yet reached these
shores ; when he comes we shall show him your
circular, and we all hope to escape such “fraud
and imposition.” Respectfully yours,
NOAH BROOKS, late Naval Officer.
Skcuktary Skward “At Hove. —The Bulle
tin, New York letter relates that the special
friends of Mr. Reward feel somewhat hurt at the
treatment he has received in some quarters. —
On the very day of the arrival of the Presiden
tial party in the city, the State Senate, in session
at Albany, passed a resolution welcoming the
President, General Grant and Admiral Farragul.
An amendment to this resolution, proposing to
aid the Secretary’s name, was voted down by a
vote of 13 to T. This treatment.so different from
what the distinguished gentleman had been ac
costomed to receive from his fellow-citizens of
the Empire State.is indicative of the great revul
sion of friendly feeling towards him which the
reconstruction measures of the Administration
has created among leading Republicans Nor
does the Secretary fare much better at the bands
of the Democrats. The Ne,c. in its editorial
comments on Wednesday's proceedings, stud.ed
lv avoided alluding to Mr Seward even by name,
while the World, in its fulsome admiration of tbe
“boorish tailor,” slurs the Secretary and mentor
in this wise : “ Theonly part that remains deeply
engraved on the minds of the hundreds of thous
ands of spectators, is the image of four human
faces, three of which were scanned with keen
and scrutinizing curiosity. These four were
President Johnson, General Grant. Admiral Far
ragnt and Secretary Seward. It was to catch a
glimpse of the first three of those—not the
fourth —and especially the first, that the swarm
■ng population waited so many leg-weary hours.
llolinwiT'S Puts—Hie -1C liltI! ultra Rrmtdiet f"r Vc/-
uil, Scurry. rfc —When all else have failed these fanieu-
Pill, will effect a epeedy an‘l thorough cure. The blood
is the .eat of Scurvy, and their kindred disorder*. By their
direct action OO the circulation Holloway’s Pills purify the
blood ..I those humor, which infect or vitmte.t
ka. 1-e.D cured hv them after they had tried all other means
without succesa On the the liver and the lunp.
their effect marrellous. bet each one Judge for k
procuring a box ami following the directions to ‘he letter
and we will guaranty a speedy and effectual cure. All win
have the slightest taint of scurry should use these medn toes.
Don't hesitate—purchase a box.
On* by one, the heads of Radical office-hold
ers, irho'do not becomr patriotic, will be continu
ally falling to the ground. — Richmond Examiner.
No supporter of Andrew Johnson in 64 could
have dreamed that in ’66, under his hdministra
lion, a rebel standard of patriotism would regu
late the distribution of official patronage in the
Jforlhern States. —(iold mil -Vctcj.
Firx in Wiatkrvillk. —Last Tuesday a fire
broke out in the China portion of Weaverville.
but the flames were suppressed after having con
sumed a couple of Celestial residences. —Shatla
Courier, Sept. 29th.
P shaw, Conmr, there were only a couple of
shingles consumed by the fire you speak of.
Tirbiblx Dxath. —John Anton Olsen, a Nor
wegian, was mortally injured by a circular saw
»t Roller's mill, near Helena. Montana, Septem
ber 10th. He had gone into the pit, under the
saw, and rising up against it was nearly cat in
twain. H died in a short time.
Who » fMti thet the.elegent Etabrtikdery »opopu
lar fnr u . .die.’ and Children’, garment, i. execute.!
by the _ > ,hine I App»»olly, the tUitfoui and care
ful dexterity of the hand is ueoeeeery to eo elaborately orna
•ment them; but we were eeteuiebed to learn from*. Udy
friend that It ie alt done by the Uewrer A Baker Sewing Ma
chine, which hae become, froaefte onperalleled merit, the fa
vorite with ell tbt tadlee.
ATT ACCOMMODATION TO ALL!
J. 0. WELSH
4lfOr I, D RESPECTFULLY IN FORM THE
}} Trinity public that be lias opened a Photo
graphic Gallery on Court street, Weaverville,
Two Door* above the Union Hotel,
WHEKB HE IS PBEPAUBD TO TAKE
tm<l Mol a I notpoH,
In the latest and most superior style. Having
recently returned from San Francisco with new
Instruments, which have all been remodeled, and
constructed on a principle differing from, and
which work with more energy and truthfulness,
than those of any other establishment on the
continent,—and using only OIL COLOR BACK
GROUNDS, which are obtained at great expense,
and acknowledged to be superior to all others ;
which, together with many years of practical ex
perience, will enable him to defv competition in
the production of FAMILY GROUPS and other
large Photographs. Special attention given to
the execution of
Cartes de Vesites,
As well as to the taking of pictures of Children,
for which purpose lie has adopted the new Light
ning process. Old Pictures copied, cleaned and
framed, nr taken from life from the smallest lock
et to life-size, and painted in Oil or Water Col
ors. or retouched in Crayon or India Ink.
LOCKETS, PINS and RINGS filled with neat
ness and expedition, and satisfaction guaranteed
or no pay.
Instructions given in all branches of the Art.
Having made arrangements with leading Stock
Dealers, he will hereafter he enabled to lake Pic
tures cheaper than ever before.
He has a large collection of specimen Pictures
of all styles and sizes, which arc free and open
to (he inspection of all. Call and sec them ; all
are welcome, and none troublesome, and he sure
you “secure the shadow ere the substance fade.”
A stock of Photograph Albums
for sale cheap.
Weaverville, June 9,18 CG. 22.t0.
Hal) d Marshall
Hereby announce to
the people of DOt'G
LAS CITY and vicini
ty that they have non
on hand a large and
well selected assort
vvi'vv', T "
si j n y\ V* 4 * T
Vnd as our facilities for laying down the same
are eqnal to those of any firm in the county, and
our expenses less, we CHALLENGE COMPE
TION. The old folks say ‘ the proof of the pud
ding is in chewing the string,' therefore we de
sire all parties to give us a trial before purchas
ing elsewhere. Goods delivered anywhere,
FREE OF CHARGE!
Kllsha Hall, - - Amos 11. Marshall.
Douglas City, August 10. 1866. 31:to.
MOC KER’S m iLDIXG,
—MAIN STREET. WEAVERVILLE, HEALER IN—
SHEET IRON, TIN - WARE,
All sizes and patterns, and every article usually
kept in similar establishments. All orders for
work attended to promptly, and satisfaction guar
H. S. CROCKER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
STATIONERY AND BLANK BOOKS,
FOOI.S C A P , LE GA L ,
Letter and Note Papers,
WRITTXO FLUIDS AXD IXKS ,
POST OFFICE and LEGAL EXVELOPES,
MEMORAXDVM and FIVE ROOKS,
CARD STOCK. Etc., Etc.,
and everything in the STATIONERY line,
AT SAN FRASriSfO PRICKS.
BLANK BOOKS MANUFACTURED
fiff* Steam Feinting EnlallOhmenl,
I t and 44 J »*reet,
E L. STRAUSS,
(Succonsor to Wm. Utw*hr,)
Practical Watchmaker and Jeweler,
lU , STHEtT. AWOISINC. TELKOKAPH OPTIC*.
HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
a select stock of
•CLOCKS, WATCHES !
Ware, Quartz Jewelry, Etc. Repairing of
,ds done at short notice and moderate pri-
Givemeacall. E. L. STRAUSS,
ivcrville, July 15, 1865. 2,.t0.
NORTH FORK BREWERY!
MECKEL BROTHERS, Proprietors.
rpilK PROPRIETORS ANNOUNCE TO THE
I citizens of Trinity. Klamath and Humboldt
that their Brewery is in successful operation, and
that they intend’to furnish customers with as
good ac article of
as can be had North of San Francisco. Orders
North Fork, July 7,1863. 26td -
I. Karsky d Co.,
MAIN FT., (ADJOINING THE DRUG STORK.)
HAVE RECEIVED AN ELEGANT STOCK OF
SPRING and SUMMER GOODS,
NEW STYLES DRESS GOODS,
BOOTS and SHOES,
Hats, Caps, Bonnets,
OIL CLOTHS, PAPER HANGINGS.
—and tbe best assortment of—
GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS
to be found in tbe mountains.
we ask is that the public will
Examine and Price our Goods
Weaverville, April 25, 1866. 16. t0.
FOR SALE BY
ALL RESPECTADLE DEALERS
ASK FOR “WARD’S,”
TAKE NO OTHERS!
that the above Trade-Mark
IS STAMPED ON THE YOKE.“'©a
INDIA RIBBED ENAMELED
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Wholesale and Retail,
PiirVs |Hrt §\m !
3 3 3 •
—WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN—
Cigars and Tobacco,
Exclusively for Cash !
—AND AT —
COMSTOCK & MARTIN’S BUILDING,
Hoods Delivered Free of Charge!
Weaverville, July 8, 1864. 26.2.
WE DO NOT WISH
After THIRTY DAYS no
JACKSON A HERDLE.
Junction City, Aug. 31, 1866. 33;tf.
INSURE IN THE UNION!
§: - gr pf mU <fc «#.,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, HERBS,
P AUNTS, ’
TOILET ARTICLES, &c.
E ARE JUST RECEIVING, DIRECT FROM
Spain, a complete assortment of
CORKS! CORKS! CORKS!
which wc offerat prices ROWER THAN USUAL.
SHOE, SCRUB, HAIR,
and TOOTH BRUSHES.
We have a splendid stock, which we offer at
extremely LOW PRICKS I
We have received, direct from the SHA
KERS, all kinds of fresh Herbs, and intend to
keep every article used of this description.
Tildeii's Solid and Fluid Exlracls,
Pills and Concentrated Preparations.
We have on hand, and shall keep a full assort
ment of the above celebrated Preparations, which
we offer to the Trade at such prices ns wjll defy
A great variety, not to he equaled iu the mar
ket as to quality and price.
Parties about purchasing would do well to
give us a call, and examine the prices and goods
before purchasing elsewhere.
WV have tho LAIMSKST ASSORTMENT of
any House ou the Pacific coast.
We arc manufacturing Foil which vre can rec
ommend to the Profession as being a superior ar
ticle. Also have on hand a full assortment of
all the various makers'
and LATHES, FILES.
VULCANITE AND GUTTA - PERCHA,
MIRRORS, etc,, etc.
We have besides the above
every article used by the Dentist,
and are daih in receipt of all the
new inventions in use. Dentists
will find.it to their interests to call
and examine our stock and prices
before purchasing elsewhere.
It H. MCDONALD & Co.,
CORXER PLVE ASD SANSOME STREETS,
37:13. and J atrect, B»cr»mento.
STANDARD SOAP CO.’S
This powder is superior to all oth
er Soaps or compounds for Washing or Clean
ing. It is made of pure material, and contains
nothing that will injure the finest fabric. Equal
ly as good for using in Hard at Soft Water. No
Soap ever required to be used with this Powder.
One Pound wdll make Three Gallant of beautiful
Soft Soap. It is put up in wrappers of 1 lb.
each, and in bores of 10 lbs. bulk, with directions.
Sold by all Grocers. Manufactured at
207 Commercial st., San Francisco.
Stakdabd Soap Co. also manufactures all kinds
of LAUNDRY and FAMILY SOAPS, equal to
Eastern manufactured. 20.11:1y.2p.
ABE YOU INBUBED?
•fftmUH Lads’* < jy'n. *7, F. It J- .■.-IMd
n.iirrugulxr oorumunu'Xtlonx xt Muonic Hall. WcxTervillx,
™ ,h- Irt Moudxy of xxch nvnth. Hour of mooting, six
“l«k p m ' JOI.X C. BCKCH. W*.
A. J. LOOMIS, Secretary. ■*>”•
*»7- Trinity I'hmpltr, .V». 18, Hof/al Jrf h .W«-
-4 mo ,.t on the second and fourth Tuesday in each month,
«l the’Masonic Hail. WeaverTille.
47,8 A, J. LOOMIS. Secretary.
AT •dVrl* Sl mr Lads’*, Ato. 61, I, •. O. F.,
holdsits rrgultif meetings at tKid FelioXs - Hall. IVearerville,
on i'llur's, lay evening at 7L$ o’clock. Merahers of the Order
from abroad are cordially invited to attend.
,r CHAMP. W SMITH. N O.
TOAiaC W. YOUNG.R. 3. 47vs
«. null* Kntampmtnl, Jib. Id, I. O. O. F.,
meets on the evenings of the Best and third Tuts,lay of each
month. at Mi! Fellows’ Hall. Wfaverville. at 7 o’clock.
triarch* from abroad are invited to visit u*.
lnar I) E. GORDON, C. P.
W. 11. BACHBLDER. Scribe
II . 11. HA' "
an Comet LoAft, JS*o. «4, #. O. O. F., Trinity
nter hold* it* regular meeting on Saturday evening, at
d Fellow*’ Hall. GEO. IsOMWEY, N. 0.
1. W. T<»LLV. R- 8* AlrS.
~Good Templar*. — »f>«r#r .n. IR3,
meet* at it* Hall. Main afreet. every Saturday evening at 7V.
o’clock Member* of the <»r>ler in stamlim: are cordial-
K invited to visit ti.s. E. COHNKI.L, W. C. T.
c. w. Ciaio, w. s.
The Merman Honpitnl Society of Trinity
county hold* it* regular Quarterly meetings at the Hospital
building on the first Sunday iu March June, ptemWr and
°' tk “urv.
*. Tht f'rnlan Bralhtrhood of Trinity county
mi”* at the Hall of the Saint Patrick Benevolent Society,
Weilvrrvilie. KVKR\ feUNBAY.
MICHAEL MULLIGAN, Center.
Mirn’l . Cillaiias. Sactetary. 21U...
Big Flat, - Trinity River,
A N 11
(Near BtnsT Kaxch.)
uu<l Gronoi-nl Merclmudisc !
GOODS SOLD AS
9®“* Cheap as the Cheapest, for oash,“^NB
AND WITHOUT CHARGE
Delivered at I*Mrel«a*er’« Realdence.
Just received, an invoice of HENRY’S
REPEATING RIFLES—a useful weapon for bor
der settlers—and for sale cheap.
Big Flat, Sept. 23, IS«S. 37.1(1.
MECKEL & BROTHER,
Dealers In Miners’ Merchandize,
NORTH FORK, TRINITY CO.,
have constantly on hand, u
\j i q, r o u s,
fN cv *
Miriing- Utensils I
Together with every article of merchandize
needed in ft mining district.
TER M S ,
CASH ON DELIVERY!
BosUGoods delivered at purchaser's residence
FREE OF CHARGE.
March 17, 1803. 48.td.
Indian Creek, Trinity Co.,
Bools, Shoes, Hals, Tobacco, Crockery
Chinn. Goodw, Eto.,
Cheap for Casli!
tn.Godds delivered at Purchaser** resi
de nee. A nhare of public patronage Boliciteil.
A. T. CURB US Ac BRO.
Indian Creek, June 5, 1800. 22.tf.
RANTZAU & SHAW,
(Successors to Hinchman& Co.,}
RED BLUFF, CAL.
WE INVITE THE AT
tention of Shippers to our
COBBLE-STONE WAREHOUSE, „
Being the most commodious and thoroughly safe
Storehouse in Northern California. Having pur
chased of Hinchman k Co. their business, and
received the personal assurance (from the prin
cipal shippers with the old firm) of a continu
ance of their favors with us. we will by prompt
and careful attention to all. business intrusted to
our care, merit your approval and good will.
Red Bluff, March 2(5, 1 BOG. 12.t0.
HAS REMOVED TO THE
Eder Brick Building,
WEST SIDE MAIN STREET,
Where be will he happy to see his friends and
customers. Always on hand a choice
WINES, LIQUORS, GROCERIES,
Native California Wines and Brandies,
41. .IS PARTICULAR. to.
6REENHOOD & NEWBAUER'S
CONNECT! XO AT SHASTA WITH
WELLS, FARGO & CO.
WELLS, FARGO A CO.’S EXCHANGE
fOR SALE OR ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Of THE
United States and Canada.
Weaverville. Dec. 1. 1863. 48 td -
TAKER ASD GRAVE - DIGGER.
igidence—Howland's Building, Center
rders promptly attended to. 34.
&EDINGTON & CO.’S COLUMN.
REDINGTON & CO.’S
Essence of Jamaica Ginger 1
This valuable preparation, containing in
a highly concentrated form all the properties of
the Jamaica Ginger, has become one of the most
popular domestic remedies for all diseases of the
stomach and digestive organs.
As a tonic, it will be found invaluable to all
persons recovering from debility, whether pro
duced by fever or otherwise, for whilst it imparts
to the system all the glow and vigor that can be
produced by w*ine or brandy, it is entirely free
from the reactionary efforts that follow the use
of spirits of any kind.
It is also an excellent remedy for females who
suffer from difficult menstruation, giving almost
immediate relief to the spasms that so frequent
ly accompany that period.
It gives immediate relict to-Nausea, caused by
riding jit a railroad car, or by sea-sickness, or
other causes. It is also valuable as an external
application for Gout,Rheumatism, Neuralgia,etc.
Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast.
STOP THAT COUGHING!
CJOMK OF YOU CAN'T. A NII WE t’ITY YOU. YOU
have trie«l every remedy hut the ONK *lestln*<i, by its
intrinsic merit, to snp«*rst*«h- all similar preparations. u ia
not surprising you (thouhi he reluctant to try something ei«e
after the many experiment* yon have made of tra*h\ ?om
pound* foisted on the public as a certain cure: but
is nally the VERY BEST remedy ever compounded for the
cure of Couchs. Colds, Sore Throat. Asthma, Bronchetis.
Whooping Cough and Consumption, Thousands of people
in California ami Oregon have already been benefllted by tho
uprising curative powers of
anti with one accord give It their unqualified approbation.--
We now addreKß ourselves to tin***- who are unacquainted
with this, tin- great**! Panacea of the ago, for the healing of
all disease* of the Throat and Lungs, assuring you that
has cured thousands, and it will cure VOI if you try It. Till*
invaluable medielne is pleasant to the taste : s*s*thing, neal
ing and strengthening in its effects: entirely free from al.
poisonous and deleterious drugs, and perfectly harmless under
all circumstances. Certificates from many prominent citi
zens of j*«n Francisco accompany every bottle of
HEDIJyGTOJS* * VO Agents,
are made from Frosh Ill'll its. Each
bottle holds twice as much as any other
brand in the market, consequently they
are the cheapest and the best.—
teirlfwc no other.
UEDINGTON & CO. Ag’ls
for the Pacific coast.
AHEAD OP ALL OTHERS
It is used by all and is acknowledged to be superior to any
other preparation in market.
It keeps the hair soft and gb»ssy.
It changes the hair to its original color.
It prevents tho hair falling out.
It prevents premature baldness.
It makes old heads look young, and. in foot, it will do
al! expected of a g*Hsl. genuine Hair Restorer.
Do not be humbugged by buj'ing any other preparation.—
Try it. by all means try it. and }’*»n will never regret It.
N. It.—Be sure to ask for the ‘■'Martha Washington " Uaxr
Itfstorer, an*! take no other.
UEDINGTON k CO.. Sole Agents,
41b and 41S Front street, Sad Francisco.
Uterine Catholicon •
If faithfully used according to directions, will
cure every case of Diabetes,and greatly mitigate
the troublesome effects caused by a relaxation of
the outlet of the bladder. It is a most successful
remedy for Gravel and other diseases of the Kid
neys and Bladder, and for Female Diseases is un
cqnaled. The Catholicon uniformly cures I’ro
lapsis I’teri, Whites, all irregularities of the
Monthly Turns, Suppression, Incontinence of
Trine, Bloating and Dropsical Swellings, and all
Diseases of Prcgnacy. The specific action of
this medicine is immediate and certain upon the
Uterine and Abdominal Muscles and Ligaments,
restoring them to as healthy a state as those of
childhood and youth, so that patients who have
used the Qraefenherg Company'» Uterine Calkoli
ron cannot sufficiently express their gratitude for
the relief afforded. Uedington & Co., Agents,
416 and 418 Front street, San Francisco.
WE THINK THERE 18 NO
to edlcoclout in re ma
tin f human from Iht blood <i «’«-
T//./.'S Bt.OOn mud Ht'M
t i*. n It recommended by Fhyei-
Hnnt In all parte of the country. Tor
the cure of Herofnla, mud other dtm
emtet of the Culiele. Plmplee or eoret
Indicate that the eyetem It out of or.
der. Valeee eomelhluy le done to
elennte the blood of theee Imyurltlee,
the retail may be a more terloue dim
eaee, each at
Sf/phmUt, tie. Tho** who with to hud
m mo*t t tic melon* rtmtdy, mmd yt
hot* mo eomhdtne* in Poitot M*di~
ein** yntrolly , will m*v*r r*yr*t o
triml of Storin'* Blood mod JLirtr
Syrup. REDINGTON Ml CO., Ag’ta,
416 mod 418 Promt *tr**i t Mom Prom
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