THE RANDOLPH JOURNAL
THUKSPAY, (KTOItKR IS, 1W.
Call at th Journal office for
Tinkle fc Lyon Howln Machine.
VlJtvn has nIvanr-! In thl marke t
to ?7 ir rwt.
Or.ivr.it Kkt.i.y i retitia very
liuü.l-oriH. Lriok reMenrc intlio north
m est rtioii f town.
Mhm;v in your ur? will crcxlityou
w i'-mIoiii in your In-rul will mlorri you
hut Kth in your neceity will serve
you; therefore l pnulent, nnl buy
your frritf'tTM's at the xiul:tr louc of
Tripp A Iiwrenee, and you will ro
inuin a wi-e man, prow rich, live to a
r ij oM nq', and die ri"- ctei hy eve
ry In Town. -Our young friend, M. T.
Allen, recently of thi plufc, hut now
n xcid rit of fin nville, Ohio, was in
town Jjt-t we.-k. Ve do not exactly
know the nature ot Lucira here,
but presume the I'ttir (fcex) had f-oine- i
thin'to lo with it.
Acciih:nt. We learn that a young
man, w ho-e nrun we have forgotten,
vas H-rioiMy injured one day lat
veek while out squirrel hunting, near
IIuiitvillc, hy the premature li-elmrge
of hi gun. Th gun va chargml w ith
hot, the greater portion of which
pas-ed through oneof liMwuxN, great
ly Lice rat in ir that mciiitnT.
I'Eitociors. We have heen "ofiVM.il-
ly informed" Unit the "Op" in the
region of Lynn are hugely indignant
over our notice last week of the recent
Democratic goo.-ehcrry grind in t!ii
place, and threaten to "chaw" our lit
tle earca- into the finrst article of
mince-meat, at some future pcrid.
Keep cool, mot vaüant IVternipniny
goe; don't tear your linen, you will
need il on your voyage up Salt River.
Couklotio.w Five thousand dol
lar v:h the amount of the hail rc
qulretl of each of the men charged
with killing Connor at Union City, in
stead of one thousand, as previously
ANY thing to pi ca-et he-child, as the
nurse said when 8he let the hahy crawl
out of the third story window.
that family never Uuight tlieir groce
ries of Jliatt A Kinncar, otherwise
they would have known hettr than to
truxt their Laly to tlic care of such a
niniiy. This hou-c h tho identical
cheap institution so popular with the
Fkjiit. Clark Ilobbs ami another
fellow named John Orinell, got into a
light the other day, in which Ilobks
received a magnificent black eye, and
Cirinell had a surgical operation per
formed on one side of his sconce with
n brick, opening a gah to the tune of ; 'tl for its splendid instruments, a
three inches in length, and causing the ! lt k,(T l,,lt very finest and
claret to llow profuselv. For this bit;1'- Send them yourordcr.or call on
of amusement, they were lth arrest- thil" visitin- the city,
et I bv Marshal Shaw and taken before , ,
. J-m. .i i r - i .,s., 1 T. lirTTshas tho thanks of the
Ju-tje I.Itzroth, v ho, after a hearing ; , .. ,
, lt t i 11 t ti i i Journal oflice fraCrmtv for a generous
or the ca- conelmbd that the school 1 4 b
fund would loe nothing ly an iddi- j tro:lt of fino VV
lion of Sis, ohhi payin- .512 ami; A Xri.vxcE. We call the attention
Jrincll SG f that amount. j of tlie Council to the present condition
BfV I-h.Uc A hy, I,.ck Slid. ! J 'I1!' ' "1C P0"u'r of -V1" nm!
.''6wl.V?M;ul1ineifV...wtlttl,el-st.;!r;,'''hr,,r'',;N' "f .,,,c "4 '
Tiiank.-s.-I. P. Watts, Hsq., will ac- i
crptour tliaiska for furnishing us pra-
tuitou,ly with the Cincinnati Daily
Commercial, for the past month or
Death of a Stranger.
A stranger named Young, who, in
company with his wife and daughter,
and several acquaintances, nil from!i . . i,. . . ,
, , i , , , , . ! he lias placed his accounts in the hafuis
Province . I had been storing ,f n fwp coIlc.tlon an(!
at the I ran kiln Hou-e, In t.us place he thp
duringthepasttwoorthree weeks, died ! tlca at oncef aHheU iu need of the
there on Mnday last, about 11 o'clock, monev Mf Ikil(Umrv w,u foUn(1
A. M.,of pneumonia, after an illness, . at SlHnp(ion., ol(1 8tanj north sMc of
w eareinformcsl, of only one w eek, the public square.
His remains were placed on the 12 ...
o'clock train Monday night, nnd, ac- Donatio.v.A number of the
rompaniedby the wife and daughter, fncnls of Rev. Mr. Smith, raster of
started on their retun to Providence. ; the M. K. Church in this Ilace, met
Every attention was paid the unfortu- together at the Parsonage on Tuesday
nate stranger which medical skill and evening last, and, after spending an
kind, attentive friends could ad min is- ' nour or two MK.:aHy pleasantly
ter, but all w ere mw4 rless in staying with the Pastor and his amiable fami
liQ Und of the "fell tletroyer." His , Vf rctircl, leaving lehind substantial
Ivrcavcd family, and tho-e of his evidences of their appreciation of his
friends still litre, have the heart-felt services among us, in money and other
.sympathies of iur entire community. j neie--aries, amounting to $2ö or $30.
Is view of the great change in the TjLT.va. Scarcely a day goes by but
political a-pect of atlairs since the elec- j we see some farmer's wagon pass our
tion, and the fact that many expected j oft'iee loaded with tile from the yard of
ofilev who didn't get it, we therefore j Martin, Sonders A Co. Tlie minufac
iue tlii-, our proclamation, to the ture of this necessary and important
jKople of Randolph county, reecm- , article, has long ince Income an es
mending to them the splendid stock of j tablishcd branch of trade in this part
plain and fancy dry goods just opened i of the country, and the constantly in
at the store of Routh A Banni-ter. ; creasing demand for it by the fanning
The stock is complete. No. S, East community in this section, is sufficient
l'rout, is the place. evidence of its great utility. No far-
I mer, owning a single acre of wet, un-
Dkamatio. Tlie exhibitions of the tillable land, should do without this
inehester Amateur Troupe la.-1 week !
provetl a perfeit success. The hall,
tluringeach evening's entertainment,
was den-eJy crowded, and upon one
or two occasion, many were compel
led to retire, U ing unable to gain ad
mittance. The member- of the Troupe,
individually and collectively, acquitted
themselves in the most creditable man-
ncr, and all who hail the good fortune ;
to witness tlie peformanees, expressed '
thcmelves highly pleased. We un- j
derstand that the Troupe contemplate !
giving a series of dramatic entertain- j
mcnts during the approaching holli- j
da vp. to consist of an entire change of
programme. We trust this maybe so,
and in such event, welespeak for them
that success which their past efforts so
justly merited, and which they so gen-f-rou-lv
The fair last wwk wai well attend
ed, considering the Inclemency of the
weather. During the first three days
of the exhibition it rained almost in
cessantly, making it, of course, very
di-agrccahle, and preventing many
from bringing their products for exhi
bition who otherwise would doubtless
have done o. Yet, notwithstanding
tlue discouraging circumstance, the
different departments were well rep
resented. The w eather on Friday evening clear
ed away, and the following morning
dawned ujon us bright and pleasant,
continuing m throughout the day, in
eonsequen e of which a crowd throng
ed the fair grounds, giving thereto an
appea rane of life and activity, and
imparting a spirit of cheerfulness to
each and all.
In stock, there was an unusual num
ber of fine bred horses, cattle, sheep,
Ac. In machinery, inventions and
farming implements, the stock was
light, as was also the specimens of
workmanship in the mechanical art.
Of vegetables, there wasa fine display,
equal in quantity, quality and variety
to any previous exhibition. In the de
partment of fine arts there was also a
very fair display, among which were
several very fine, npecimens of grain
ing and imitations of marbel, on wood,
by Mr. C. C. Johnson, of this place,
w hich were the admired of all admir
ers. The ginger-bread stands were huge
ly represented, and did a thriving bus
iness in their line. Peter Funk auc
tions w ere numerous and had a "gay
old time" in swindling green m. We
noticed one over-grown, gauky look
ing specimen from the rural districts,
w ho had just spent his labt shilling
with "Peter," and comoout with brass
enough on his huge wrists and fingers
to furnish material for the manufacture
of half a dozen young lawyers. The
"dancing hall" was an object of attrac
tion to many, espcially those from the
more remote districts iii the country.
Thee would crowd up to the door, pur
chase tickets, pass in, heel and toe it
to their hearts' content, then pass out,
to make room for others equally as
anxious to pay a fee for the exquisit
privilege of churning the breath out of
Preum-ms. Miss Mary ItHill and
.Miss .Marv n. lrvm, rtu or tins vi-
cinity, received the premiums at the
fair on Saturday last, for being the
most skillful and graceful lady eques
trians among the competitors.
Pia nous. There is no sweeter mu
sic than that produced from a pi
ano by a skillful "performer, but as it
is not always the ease that a first-class
instrument can be procured, we rec
ommend to the music-loving class of
our community the house of Uutter
field & Co., 22 West Washington street,
Indianapolis. This house has become
j m. it'.euci. it is in a nan nx, anu,
llow iH amounts simply to a nui-
KU1CT' T,K' watlT iu its etlbrt to find
its wa-v i,Uo lho cewer, has washed out
51 UCf,r anu angeruii noie, large
enough to minut a iuii quorum of the
Council, and is greatly injuring the
Htreet'and sidewalk in its vicinity.
Pay Up. W. II. .Sumption wishes
us to say to those indebted to him, that
ig a dav longer.
Cou II. H. Nkff has purchased the
property of A. M. Owens, on Merid
ian street, formerly owned by Thos.
L. Scott. Col. NetT will get posses
sion about the first of November next.
It is said that "Jordan Is a hard road
to travel," and perhaps it is; but hav
ing as yet never traveled that route,
we can't express any opinion on tht
subject. Rut we happen to know that
the road leading to the grocery store of
Way A Stakebake is a plain, smooth
and well-beaten track, and Is traveled
daily by K'ore-j of customers. Take a
trip that way.
Tue beat Sewing Machine la Finkle
A bloody and brutal fight took place
on Saturday evening last to the north
part of town, between a party of drunk
en Irish, in which, as is usual on such
occasions, men, women and children
were indiscriminately mixed up, and
during which t-evero 1 of the party were
badly hurt. We were unable to learn
from what cnuse the fight had iU ori
gin, but presume the prime mover in
the difficulty was bad whisky. Club,
fctones, bricks and other dangerous
missels were freely ued, and many a
of Erin received his quietus in the
shape of a broken head or brubed
countenance, or both. One fellow, who
claims to have taken no part in the
muss, further than in using his eflbrti
to quell the row, was set upon hy .some
half dozen of the frantic brutes, knock
ed down, beaten and stamped in a
horrible manner, and, it is thought,
would have been killed outright had
it not been for the timely inteference
of some of our citizens. His face and
head were horribly bruLsed and man
gled, and presented more the appear
ance of a mas of blood v liver than
any tiling humau. Another Irishman,
who says he was on his way to the de
It for the purpose of taking the train
to Union City, to attend the marriage
of a sister, was also attacked hy the
drunken mob and received alike treat
ment with the other, being inhuman
ly beaten and otherwise maltreated.
The women, it is paid, took an act
ive part in the "shindy," throwing
stones, bricks, Ac., at whoever or what
ever came handiest; and one of the
women is said to have leen "slightly
wounded in the fraeus." Altogether,
it was the most disgraceful afliiir that
lias occurred iu our town for many a
Glassware. A new and splendid
stock all kinds and varieties, just re
ceived by Thomas A Son.
A fkesii supply of excellent family
groceries, a large and well selected
stock, has just arrived at the store of
W. It. Way fc Co. The public are cor
dially invited to call and make their
selections early, as the stock is going
oir rapidly. They still continue to
sell groceries "cheap for cash, or low
for country produce."
We wish to call the attention of
our readers generally, and the mer
chants and grocers of our town and
county particularly, to tho adver
tisement of Connely, Wiles & Co.,
No. Ui) South Meridian street, op
posite the oast end of tho Union
Depot, Indianapolis. This house
has become, widely and favorably
known over our täte for tho fair,
prompt and honorable manner in
which they adjust their business
transactions. They have acquired
a reputation for liberality anil hon
esty in their dealings of which few
houses in the West can boast. Our
business men will lind it to their
interest to xWc this firm a trial.
To tiik Afflicted. Send for Treat
ies tn Venereal Diseases, a new work
just issued by Dr. Famsworth, in
cluding many useful hints to all those
who ma le nfllicted; sent by mail,
post paid, on receipt of 20 cents. JSeo
advertisement on first page.
-A.T INTO. 7.
Consisting, in Part, of
IWott and Shoes,
IIat9 and Caps,
Coal Oil, Ac, kc.
PALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK, i
J. k R. B. MORROW.
A. R. II I A T T,
North side of the Public Square,
AT TIIUMAS WARD'S OLD STAND,
HAS JUST OPENED
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
SPRING AND SUMMER
ETER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET.
SfOTI'O if S,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
NEW YORK CASH STORE,
ODD FELLOWS' IllILDINtt,
I inrite all to give me a call, as I will sell
Goods cheaper than ever. 1 will not be un
dersold. PRODUCE ALWAYS TAKEN
THE GREAT EMPORIUM
boots s nons
F. B. CARTER'S,
No. 2, East Front,
Where the Best Article in Market
can be had at the
X- O EST PRICES1
Give me a call before
you buy Elscicherr.
I Have Secured the Services of
Mr. Fisher, of New York,
THE HEST WORKMAN IN THE
UNITED STATES. AND I AM
NOW PREPARED TO DO
ALL KINDS OF WORK IN THE
LATEST AND NEATEST STYLE.
F. II. CARTER.
CONNELY, WILES & CO,
GR O 0 ER S ,
119 SOUTH MERIDIAN 3TREET,
Oppotitt East End cj the Union Depot,
LARGEST DEALERS IX
TEAS AND TOBACCO.
Also Agenta for the eale of
Cleave land and IVeYrark
Atdailj Renters prices.
We wish to call attention of the City and
Country Merchant to our Urge and well
elected etock ot
STAPLE AITD FANCY
Also many kinds of Goods not usually
kept in the Grocery Stores,
Which will be sold tt Lowest Prices.
WINCHESTER HIGH SCHOOL
Will open at the Seminary atd Xortk Ward
bousou Monlty, 3;pt tuber 3, 126$, and
TUITION PER TERM:
Orthccrsphy, Kirtt, Second, Third
Headers, and First, Mental Arith
metic $3 00
Mental Arithmetic, (2d part.) Writing,
Fourth Rdtr and Primary Geogra
Written and Higher Mental Arith
metie, Geography. English Grrm
msr, ind Modem History 6 00
Algebra, Part l?t. Elements of Nat
ural rhiloophy and Physiology 7 00
Higher Mathematics snd English
Branche 8 00
Incideutal Fees. 20
Rook-keeping, singU and double entry,
will be taught. (
Tuition pajable at the middle of toe
No deduction for absence, except in cases
of protracted sickness.
August 20, ltX6. J. S FERRIS.
Good Jean Will Sell!
Weaving! Wearing ! ! We are now
prepared to do any amount of wearing. We
will also furnish warp as cheap as can be
bought in Randolph county. Warp for sale
to those who ih to do their own weaving.
Stocking yarn, jeans and flannel also come
and see." Garrettson's and Mendenhall's
l!nd Looms we will furnih. with all ne
cessary instructions, on terms that cannot
fail to satisry any one wno wanta a goou
Loom. Call an J see us weare, next door to
Carter's Clack?mith shop. Single Tarn,
and wool wanted. J. RICHARDS.
Aue 1 6th IS 66.
Werden fc Sumwult have as nice
anil complete a 6tock of Books,
Stationery, Photograph Albums,
Gold Pens. Paper Hangings, dec, as
can be found in the cit and custo
mers arc treated with such courtesy
and politeness as to render it a real
pleasure to trade there, uive tuero
a call. Home Visitor.
Headquarters for Medical Books,
Gold Pens, Wall and Windovr Paper,
Shades, Ac, at Werden & Sumwalt's
No. 26, East Washington Street, op
posite Glenn's Block.
We would cordially recommend
Mris. Werden L Sumwalt. f successors to
Werden t Co.,1 Booknellere and dealers in
Wall Paper, a9 desirable parties for our peo
ple to trade with. They hare all kinds of
Rank. Alhums. PhotocraDhs of all toe
popular Generals, Gold Pen, Pocket Books,
Stationary, Ac. Their business place is
opposite Glenn'a Block.
J. A. BUTTER FI ELD CO.,
WROLIUll AHB KITAlfc
DEALERS IN MUSIC,
Browning fc Sloan's Old Stand,
No. 22 West Washington St.,
Vhre they will be found ready t attend to
old customer, and at many new one at
will favor them with a call.
The) arc now reeelrlr.g !ailv from t East a
larpa ojtortniei.t of
Violins, Accordcons, &c.
THEY ALWAYS RfXHIVK THE
LATEST MUSIC AS SOON AS
And promptly fonrard to ant address
on receipt of the market price.
JFor any Bak, or j-Uea of Mutle, ar aay
thiBf la the mule lin, aJJrtst
J. A. DCTTERFIELD k CO.,
LANTHTTRN & WHITÜ,
Wbolu! and PrUll
Booksellers and Stationers,
Ho. SO Main Street,
It ICH MO M), .... INDIANA.
DR, S. O. STAFFORD.
Fhyaiclfin and Surgeon,
TenJari all prorations! serTlers to Us cltiiens of
FIR ML A .ID AHO SÜRKOUND1ÜO COUNTRY.
H rtret spectal'altvntioB to d!ee of lie
4lrttlT organt. Calla frooarUj attan-le-d t-,
J. A. Ktarat. L. Mtiu.
KIEFER & MYERS,
No. 49 3fanchntctts Avenue,
INDIANAPOLIS, IN I).
JJOrJsrt from a dlttaace promr-ily eilcd.E
NEW BIRD WARE STORE.
FISHER & CHAFFEE,
Deilcri ia all kinds of
WEST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE,
TO THE PEOPLE
OF RANDOLPH COUNTY.
I beg leaTS to Inform yoa thai I hare Jmt re
turned from the city, hf I bought a large
Which 1 offer to tell as fhsap If not ch esper than
any other bout Id lb country.
My stock of-
Drcsg Coods and Notions
Can't bt bea ia tUt part f the country.
I har tha latett ttock of
Bradley'ii Duplex Elliptic
CLOTOIXO AT CXST !
Call at No. 2. T.ock'a lluildinr, and
test the troth of what I say.
$90 A MONTH !
AGENTS wanted for six entirely n'tr
article, just out. AJdre0. T.GARE V,
Cltj building, Btddfford, Me. h5fin
$1.500 PER YEAR.
Wf wnt acrrta TrTwhere to sell our
mraoTED Sewing Machines. Tlree
new kinds. Under and orrr feed. War
ranted fire jrars. Abore rialarjr or larpe
commissions paid. The olt machines sold
in tha United States for Je than $4',
which Artfully liermed hy Ilove, Wketttr
$ Wil$ou, Grtver St Btktr, Singer Ca.,
mnd Berlatr. jlfotber machines are in
fringement! and the teller or titer are litllt
fa mrrett,fine and imfrittnmrnt. Illustra
ted circulars sent free. Address, or call op
ts Bhaw k Clark, Biidsfard, Maios.er
Ch!esjv, Illlart. W!la
THE .MI SICAL TISlTOHt
A MontJJi Ptrixtical denpfcJto
sic and Musitml IJtmiture. Jned
on the ßrst of each month, ly J. A.
Jinftfrpt-td 1 Oj. IndUmupili It
tliami. 'Tbff nulcal Tiiiior,M rontalct sck
month, a Musical storj; a monlbif rtxvrd
of Musical .s, at home and abroad;
raontuW bulletin of New Mutic and Ikk;
from tbree to Tour pjM of choice ?fw
Maiie, vocal and ibslrumtnUl, j-repsre
with esprcul reference for ui in the hosat
circle, (worth, in each number, from 10 to
W crnts) besides irtir Irs on musical toxica
of interest to chorUters, teaihrr and
pill, selected aud jrrparcd for Us cwlasaas
T CR kd,
One caps, pec annum, la aJvsnce.
Sii copies, ' ätt
Twentf M 1
lluck nümber mpi-lle 1 Address,
J. A. Hl'TTEKr'IKLl h CO..
4vif ludianapslii, Ir-i
TO CONSCMTTIVES. "
Tle aJTnlissr, having beta restore! I
health in a few weeks bj a erj aimplsrtra.
edj, after having suffered forseTeral jeaia
with a severe I un? affection, and that dread
disease, Consurnjtion is anxious to leak
known to his ftllow-suffcrcr th atr.t
To all who Ueire It, If will sand a ccpy
of the pivpcriptloa nsed (frra of charge),
wi;U the directions fur pr j..iring and usitif
tint ssne, which thej will nd a Sits Cits
for Consumption, Aathma, Bronchitis
Colds, and all Throat and Lung Affect'cna.
The oulj object of the adt crtiser In sending
the preacrit tiou is to benefit the added,
and spread informations which Lt conceives
to be invaluable, and he hopes ertrj saffr r
cr will trj his remcdj, as it will cot thetav
nctliiug, and rn? prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription, fgtt, by
return mail, will please address
Kr.v. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamluir2h. Kings Co., New York.
March f, 1Mb. 3tMf.
F U R N ITUREi
LKNKERSDOnFER St WESr
FUfcNITURE &. CHAIRS.
Persort wishing to porckait
Good and Substantial Furniturr
Will please give us a call, as we are iura
that you will be eatiefied, and that too eas
not better vourselres anj where else. W
keepcontantljonbaod a geod assort afnttf
A N D
Ktc, Etc.. Etc.
COME ONEi COME ALU
And ee our : tock before purchasing tlisv
where. Kast side of Public Square.
Winchester, Ind. y3-!$
rK rniTT butcueh
CELEBRATED MAGIC OIL
Warranted ia fan cf RbenmAtUia, KS, D ilX
The Best and Cheapest Hone and CottD
Medicine tn the World!
f:a - -.'.
Used throughout the United fitaim ani
0 ado. during the Imrt 93 sew. 4
For the cure of th mrtous IMapasn to wlil
llorsand Cattle are sublect; auch aa f
Founder, DlÄtemper.Hldelioand, Loa JL
nt A ntlU Inward Btralna. Teltow
Water, Fistula, Poll ETtl,ScTtcreor x
Oreaw, Manjje, Inflammtlon of tb J
Eye, and Fatigue from lLard Lbor; J
a!o, Tlhamattsrn, (eommocly eaUled
UnT complaint), which proves fatal So 9
many valuable horses in thl cwiatrj-..
SLOAN'S CONDITION FOWOER ;
ns the lart Uofany Ilom and Osttls Xe&
Hna In thli eountry. It U conapnxl cfbrta4 raeaa.
and It mttiD, aajtir, cerwniy iowwiij
und prominently at tba aa4 of tb QKcfX
aa4 QtilU Mtdietnrt.
ft nrHM nT k11 in IinmArB. WtTptS BOTfM i
(oofrtitLC Uli or tanderlnc, pir taa tfca blowl, Ixssbb
tha ekln, anJ r'T U a raooth and fomy appawnaw
rWnui tha water and atranrtheos eTCTT Dart et Oa
bwSy. It It aiao a sala and cartaia rinw; ftr txrM
aaa cotwucfi fersi so sasy htm
Tha Cow rqulraa to t rcrrlS4 with aa abwSa4e
tt fond not to make htr tt thia is ot aetraeU,
bat to keep p a rtailar saertthra cf ssük, aa4 all
owoara of eowa wtU flo4 by Striae tbern
fhc a vk. a Urp inc;wa la qtutatlty aa4 roaH?7
ef milk aod cream. It carrlM eff aU frrr an4 topy
ties cf tks Wood. Tbs effect W seen tkrfbct te
aann by a rich ao4 abandaat flew of i&Kk.
Tte Urm la blBala to f taaJSJe
rrtl of Sloan's Cndltl Fsiwslcr, fr
rotactlBf the cuwLUoo hi abp aad I rnjmt lt
aaacy of tls cf all tb dcmerilcate4 sn'Tisia
' rrk f.ftyerot packa of rossJtlxi
t.....t int m. barrel ofrwtU la brttar thaai
biwli! ft eTO Vt fttn a bc. aod Is a wrtala
t,T rf Ch-M-a, Kia4 e&T", ac3 wo 1
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