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SATURDAY.. APRIL 14, Mil
. IDAHO BILL'S RUSH.
A couple of San Franolsoo papers, at
th time, of the execution of John D
Im, published what they . called the
, "Last Confession of John D. Lee," and
giving a sketch ol Idaho Bill, likewise
printing a photograph of this individual
on that occasion, and stating that bis
Dams was William Fanoher, a son of
Captain Fandber, who bad ' charge of
tbs ill-fated Arkansas train at the time
of the massaore at Mountain Meadows,
and was one of the children whose life
was spared by the blood-thirsty fanatics
of that most horrible slanghter. We
glean the following from the Beaver
(Utah) Square Dealer oonoerning Win.
Sloan, alias "Idaho Bill," which fully
explains bow that worthy oome to be
plaoed so prominently before the citizens
by those papers: "John D. Lee,
little while previous to his execution,
informed the newspaper reporters that
Idaho Bill was one of the obildren whioh
he saved from the tomahawk of an In
dian brave at tbe massacre. Idaho Bill
it appears had obtained aooess to Lee's
manuscript while tbe latter was in tbe
penitentiary at Salt Lake City, and
reading the old man's account of having
saved a seven-year-old boy which an In
dian had raised bis band to kill, Idaho
eonoeived tbe idea of imposing on Lee's
oredulity and obtaining a oheap news
paper notoriety. He told Lea that he
was that identical boy, and as proof ex
hibited a soar of a out in tbe chin whioh
he got on the wagon-wheel when the
Piute brave was jerking him out of the
wagon to kill him. The ruse took and
Lee went to his death believing that
Idaho Bill was tbe veritable boy whose
life bad been saved twenty years ago at
tbe Meadows' holooaust of blood when
women and chfldren were murdered by
white and red savages. But Lee was
Idaho's only dupe the newspaper men
did not bite at the clumsy bait. A
very little inquiry revealed the pedigree
of tbe would-be notorious road-agent
and highwayman, Idaho Bill's father
wrote to Attorney Denny, when his son
was being tried in the Second District
Court, to see if anything oould be done
to save tbe bopeful young man from
State Prison."
"It it reported," says one of the Car
son paper, "that a petition is in circula
tion asking tbe pardon of that muoh
abused and ill-treated young gentleman,
Battl6snake Dick. Doubtless the pe
tition will be generally signed and Eich
ard be a free man." And when all the
respectable and blgh-toned citizens ol
Carson get through signing the petition
and it is presented to the Governor lor
his consideration, and Rattlesnake Dick
is pardoned out of the penitentiary, ths
citizens of Carson, like those of Pioobe
who signed the petition for tbe pardon
of the notorious Harrington, will wonder
"why the old fool of a Governor par
doned such a man."
The "Cherokee Advooate," a news
paper published by the Cherokee Nation,
in Indian Territory, says tbe "Iojin,"
who dressed in buckskin and wears a
scalp-lock, and fishes and hunts lor a
living, bas gone where the hunting
grounds are happier than they are here.
Tbe fact is he has not been seen in these
parti for many a year. "Leaf by leaf
tbe roses fall," and one by one savage
decorations have given jplace to a more
simple garb until tbe last turkey feather
bas been left to ignominiously wave In
the tail where it belonge, and when a
more cultivated taste is willing it should
stick.
An eminent scientist of New Turk is
aid to have invented an instrument
called tbe eleotrosoope, by means of
which objects or persons standing or
moving may bs seen in any part of the
world. What a bandy little instrument
this would be for the married ladies to
have In tbe bouse on evenings when
their husbands attend the "lodge," or,
through tbe goodness of their heart, go
to sit np nights with some "sick friend,"
and how apparent would be tbe increase
of bald-beaded men.
Mr. Woods, a aon-in-law of John D.
Lee, was tbe only relative who witnessed
tbe execution. He did not speak to his
oondemned father-in-law. Mr. Woods,
we believe, is tbe man wbo killed Max
well in Beaver oonnty, Utah, several
month ago, and was taken to Beaver
for trial and aoqultted.
Mine it ha beep developed that tbe
San Francisoo Post reporter thrashed by
Shay parts bii bair in tbe middle, tbe
sympathies of tbe pubiio are taking a
torn In tbe proper direotion. '
' Washington wse eleoted President on
the Utb day of April. 1789, Jost eighty
wight years ago to-dsy.
THB MORMON PROBLEM.
The New York Herald publishes tbe
following oonoerning the Mormon prob
lem: "The execution of John D. Lee,
the confession be made when confront
ing an ignominious death, the implica
tion ol Brigbam Young and other Mor
mon magnates as aooomplices in tbe
Mountain 'Meadows massaora and tbe
new sense of indignant hostility to the
bloody, beastly, law-defying blearcby on
the borders of the Great Salt Lake, con
tribute to make this the most important
oooaslon which bas yet arisen for effao
ing the foul blot on American life, wbiob.
bas so long existed in tbe region of the
Booky Mountains. It is to bs regretted
that this great opportunity Is presented
when tbe public mind is so muoh en
grossed with other exolting questions.
If President Hayes were In the middle
of bis term instead of at the beginning
tbe Mormon queation, as now freshly
presented, would occupy a chief share of
bis attention. Unfortunately, tbe Sonth
Carolina question and the Louisiana
question eclipse all other subjects and
exolude any deliberate consideration of
a question whioh bas bitberto proved
more difficult and unmanageable than
any other in our national affairs. Utah
has population enough for admission as
a State, but Congress bag been forced to
exolude her because it would be unsafe
to conoede the independence and local
self-oontrol whioh belong to our States
to a oommunity which outrages the moral
sense of the oountry. In our system the
States have eioluaive control of their
marriage laws, and Congress has felt a
just repugnance to admitting to State
privileges a oommunity whose marriage
laws would subvert a fundamental prin
ciple of Christian morals. It bas been
wisely thought better to keep Utah in
federal leading strings and refuse its ad
mission as a State while its domestio in
stitutions ara repugnant to the marriage
oode of all Christian communities. The
moral sense of the oountry revolts against
its admission as a State bo long as it up
holds that "twin relic of barbarism,"
polygamy. While it remains a Territory
tbe authority of the federal government
over its domeBtio conoerns is supreme,
and Congress has hitherto been at fanlt
in not taking efficient measures to ex
tinguish the immoral and demoralizing
institution whioh all Christian com
munities regard as a foul abomination.
Tbe time baa at length come for vigor
ous action, and it would be unwise to let
10 favorable an opportunity slip. The
first and most urgent thing to be done is
to bring all the aooomplices in the Moun
tain Meadowe.massaore to justioe. Their
trial, condemnation and execution would
be a great step toward putting the public
mind in a proper temper for dealing
finally and effeotually with the trouble
some Mormon question. Tbe next great
step will be tbe passage by Congress of
suoh laws as will thoroughly uproot
polygamy and the abject slavery of
women whioh it involves. It will not
be diffioult to pass laws on this subject
which will be quite effective whenever
Congress Is disposed to take bold of tbe
question in earnest.
Murat Halstead, in the Cincinnati
Commercial: "Grant is tbe ex-President
of the United States, a private citizen in
a plain coat, but one wboae nsme is clear
cut in history as that of Turenne or
Marlborough, the Arohduke Charles or
Wellington; and now tbat his period as
a politician and bis terms in tbe Presi
dency are over, we again make our re
spectful salutations to General Grant, ol
Vicksburg and Appomattox."
We have on our table a oouple of num
bers of "Tbe SilTr World," published
at Lake City, Colorado, by Olney & Pey
ton. Tbe "Silver World" ie a thirty
two oolumn paper, and its make-up is
faultless, while ite typography is clear
and neat. The World gives a very
graphic description of tbe mines in Col
orado, and especially the mines of tbe
San Juan oountry.
A lady of Borne, New York, who is an
enthusiastic; Bepublioan, says an ex
change, named ber oanary bird Jim
Blaine. He did not sing muoh, but ebe
loved him tenderly, until last Saturday
she discovered tbat Jim Blaine had laid
an egg. Now ahe deolares that no de
pendence can be placed on a politician,
A letter from the Black Hills to tbe
Winnemnooa Silver State says the stage
tare from Cheyenne to Coster ie $35,
and from Custer to Deadwood $15, A
third-clasa lioket from San Francisoo to
Omaha costs $45. The letter also says
Cheyenne is tbe beat point to fit out at
present.
Of the total treasure exports of $4
103,000 last month from San Franoisoo,
13,136,281 was in gold coin, and tbs next
largeat article was 9100,000 In trade dol
lars. The toUl in Marob, 1873, was
95,811,000, of whioh $3,617,000 was in
gold coin.
A special telegram from New Orleans
to the Chiongo Journal, dated April Otb,
gives a very serious account of affairs in
tbat city, which are as follows: "Gov
ernor Packard, in anticipation tbat the
President will withdraw the troops from
the State House, end in order tbat be
may not be oaugbt at a disadvantage,
has sworn in one hundred picked white
men and members ol the National Guard
of Louisiana, who will be stationed in
side and sboqt the State House, Pack
ard is confident that be can retain con
trol of the building. . The Commission
bas made little progress, and some ol
tbe members are becoming discouraged
by tbe outlook, but will not yet suspend
their efforts to consolidate the Legisla
tures. Psokard's action has greatly
strengthened Nichols' chances with the
Commission. It is generally believed
tbat if the scheme to consolidate tbe
Legislatures fail, tbe Commission will
recommend ths recognition of the
Niohols government. In that case,
Packard, J, Madison Wells, and their
followers, will attempt to Bbow to the
satisfaction of the whole oountry that
Hayes was not entitled to tbe electoral
vote of Louisiana. Defeat will render
them desperate, and some rich disclos
ures, whether true or false, may be an
ticipated if they are abandoned by tbe
Administration."
For some oause or other we did not
reoeive tbe "Beaver (Utah) Square
Dealer," for more than two weeks, but
last Wednesday we had the pleasure ol
welooming its return. Tbe Square
Dealer has undergone a change, and is
now a semi-weekly instead of a dally.
The people of Southern Utah ought to
rally around the Square Dealer and give
it a liberal support, for tbat paper has
done more to bring that country into
pubiio notice and make it prosperous
than all the mines in the southwestern
portion of the Territory. If tbe editor
of tbat paper would bend his mighty in
tellect to writing up tbe various mining
camps in that section instead of filling
tbe paper with "political filth," it would
be much better both for the proprietor
of that sheet and the people In general.
Too muoh political trash will kill nearly
any paper, Mr. Square Dealer, and tbe
less you have to do with it the better it
will bs for you, although it might incur
tbe displeasure of tbe saintly Brigbam.
Andy Whitford, a gentleman well and
favorably known in tbe western part of
this State, and who has held tbe position
of Cbief Clerk of tbe Assembly for a
number of times, died at Carson City on
the night of the 1th inst. In notioing
ths death of this gentleman, the Tribune
says: "Mr. Whitford was a most excel
lent olerk and book-keeper, and one of
those good-hearted men tbat got through
the world without enemies. His oom
plaint was quick consumption, and his
death to him a happy release."
Wben Congress assembles in extra
session on the 1th of next June both
Honses will be more nearly matched po
litically than they have been for many
years. In tbe Senate the Bepublioans
will have a majority of only tbree or four.
In tbe House the Democrats will have,
on the organization, a majority of at
least nine, and perhaps fifteen. This
olosoneBS of party strength is in itself a
aeourity for wise and against hasty legis
lation. A dispatob from Presoott, Arizona,
dated April 0th. says the Peck mine,
situated in Bradabaw District, was sold
oa tbat day to Wru. M. Lent, of San
Francisoo, for $400,000, payable May
9tb, Tbis is tbe largest mining sale ever
effected in Arizona Territory.
Tbe temporary retirement of Prinoe
Bismarck is looked npon by the Vatican
as an opportune moment for resuming
negotiations with Germany with a view
to regulating relations between the
Charon and State and stopping the an
tagonism for the last few years.
The physicians have at last devised a
special name, "Eatatonia," for the
peculiar mental disorder whioh prompts
some men to indulge in stump speaking,
and it is not strange that they pronounce
it a form of lunacv.
Very few papers have reported John
D. Lee'a last words oorreotlv. Thev
were, "Center my heart."
The Supreme Court will bear the ap
peal of Harrington for a new trial on
April 25lb.
A correspondent says he was pained to
hear yonog lady say tbat wben the
talented and beautiful aotress, Miss M.,
played in Boston she never wore anything
we oui iow neoa ana snori sleeves.
A lady at Woodstock, Ontario, Canada.
thinks she baa sucoeeded in keeping
earth worms ana insects from plants by
burying rusty nail in tbe earth.
The tale-bearer and the tale-hearer
should be banged np together tbe for
mer by the tongue, Ibs latter by tha ear.
LATEST NEW8 BY MAIL. .
From tbe Eureka Sentinel.
Columbia, April 10. Tbe United
States troops formed in line and moved
out of the State House at noon to-day.
Columbia, April 10. To His Excel
lency, D. H. Chamberlain Dear Sir:
Beourring to views severally expressed
by us during a personal conference
whioh we bad tbe honor to hold with
you yesterday in regard to the political
complications which have grown out of
tbe late canvass in tbis State, we beg
leave to apprise you fully of the con
clusions we have reached after mature
deliberation and the gravest reflection
we have been able to bestow upon tbe
subject. Whilst we are no less inspired
with admiration for tbe dignified and
resolute manner in which you consist
ently maintained your olaim to tbe
Gubernatorial chair by virtue of tbe
election held in November last, tbat we
are solemnly impressed with the validity
of your title to tbe offloe, we are
unanimous in the belief that to prolong
tbe contest in tbe absence of tbat moral
power, and to whiob we feel ourselves
and our party entitled at the hands of
tbe National Administration, installed in
a large measure through some sgenoies
wbicb are now held to be .insufficient
for our maintenance, will be to incur the
responsibility of keeping alive partisan
prejudices wbioh are in the last degree
detrimental to tbe best interests of the
people of the State and perhaps of pre
cipitating a physioal conflict tbat could
have but one result to our defenceless
constituency. We can not afford to con
tribute, however indireotly, to such a
catastrophe even in the advocacy of what
we know to be our rights. We are
agreed, therefore, in counselling you to
discontinue the Btruggle for tbe ocou
panoy of the Gubernatorial obair, con
vinced, as we are, that in view of the
disastrous odds to which its maintenance
has been subjected by tbe aotion of the
National Administration, your retire
ment will involve no surrender of prin
ciples nor its motive be apprehended by
tne groat Doay oi mat political party, to
which, in common with ourselves, you
are attached and whose success in the
past in this State has been enobled by
your intelligent and unselfish services.
We have tbe honor to be, very respect
fully, yours, Bobert B. Elliot, Attorney
General, Thomas O. Dunn, Comptroller
General, John A. Talbarl, Superintend
ent of Education, F. L. Cardoza, Treas
urer, D. C. James Kennedy, Adjutant
and Inspector General, and H. E. Hayne,
Secretary of State.
Columbia. S. C, April 10. Tbe fol
lowing correspondence has just tran
spired:
State of South Carolina,
.XKCUT1VB CHAMBKB
Columbia. 8
B. O.)
To Hon. D, H. Chamberlain Dear
Sir: Having learned that you now pro
pose to turn over to me tbe Executive
Chamber, with the reoords and papers
belonging to tbe Executive Office now
in your possession, I beg to inform you
tbat I will send a proper officer to reoeive
the sime at any hour you may indicate
as most convenient to yourself. I am,
very respeotf ally, your obedient servant,
(Signed) Wads Hampton,
uovernor ol state ol South Carolina.
tiua.
'
date,
Executive Chambib,
Columbia, S. 0., April 10,
Beplying to your note of tbis date, I
bave to say that my private Secretary
will meet such offioer as you may desig
nate, at 12 o'clock m. to-morrow, at tbe
Executive Chamber, for the purpose
indioated in your note.
Very respectfully,
D. H. Chambubhin.
To Hon. Wadi Hampton, Governor of
South Carolina.
Governor Chamberlain has issued a
feeling letter to the Bepuplicans of
South Carolina, bnt owing to its length
and latenesB of the boor we defer pub
lishing it. Ed. Bkodbd.
Nkw Orleans, April 9. The Com
mission sat tbree hours this morning
witb closed doors. At one o'clock it re
ceived a delegation of twenty -five gen
tlemen headed by Mr. Black. President
of the Cotton Exchange, representing
me oauKers, merouanta and otner Dual
ness men. Tbe Commission said to
them tbat they bad aougbt a government
in Louisiana, but could not find it,
Tbey found two Governors, two Su
preme Courts and an alleged dual gov
ernment in all departments, but in faot
by the acknowledgment of all partiis
there is only one Li-gislatnre, tbouxn it
meets in two balls, and wben tbat Leg
islature meets in one body it will be the
government of the State of Louisiana,
and wbile it is in session tt will be the
only power in the State that can secure
the intervrntion ol tbe army, and if self
government is desired and a withdrawal
of tbe army, it can probably be secured
in day should tbe pubiio opinion of tbe
St ite compel its Legislature to meet as
one body. There are tbirty-three of tbe
thirty-six Beoators, and 101 of the 120
Bepresentatives whose eleotlon is not
disputed by either party, and the Com
mission urged that when tbey assembled
as snob the Commission could have
nothing whatever to say about it. The
discussion continued tbree hours. The
delegation was not inclined to accept the
suggestion, maintaining that Nichols
must be defended as Governor to tbe
full extent. A delegation from the
Union Club Bepublioan Association was
received and heard, and oommittee
from Paokard'a Legislature presented
statistics, reoords and briefs. The Com
mission was in continuous session nearly
nine hours. Tbe members apsnt ths
evening in maiviauai conversations.
To morrow the offloers of the city gov
ernment will oall, inoluding profes
sional men, planters and citizens ol
wealth and business standing
Washington, April 10. New Orleans
dispatches are discouraging to the hope
of an amicable adjustment, slnos the
Democrats absolutely refused to compro
mise in any way that will imperil Nichols.
A Vermont newspaper reoently closed
an obituary notice of a young lady thus:
"She bad an amiable temper and was
uncommonly iona ol ice cream."
At Ploche, Thursday, April 8, 187 J, by Judge
Rives, James McFedden to Mrs. Julia dark.
NEW TO-DAY.
losj.
LOST, IN PIOCHE, A GOLD MASONIC
Mark, appertaining to the Keystone
Ubapter, with the owner's name engraved on
one Bide. A suitable reward will be paid for the
return of the same to ALEX. BKOWN.
all-It
LAFAYETTE
HOTEL
AMD
RESTAURANT, Next Door above Ban Jose House.
I HAVE LEASED THE ABOVE
named house and have had
it thoroughly renovated. The
beds will be kept neat and clean.
The table will be first-class, tbe cooking being
superintended by the proprietress herself, and
the prices will be to suit the times.
BOARD BY THE WEEK $9 OO
SINGLE MEALS 50
BEDS SO
A Share of Patronage Solicited.
MRS. A. D. MILLER,
aU-tf Proprietress.
THAT I HAVE THIS DAT BOLD ALL MY
right, title and interest in the Hardware
Store on Main stroet to Frank Wheeler.
O. W. ARNOLD.
HAVING PURCHASED THE INTER
EST OF G. W. ARNOLD SHALL
CONTINUE THE
HARDWARE BUSINESS
AX THE OLD STAND, AND WILL BE
receiving new goods constantly, and pro
pose to have tbe largest and best selected stock
ol
HARDWARE,
Which I will
SELL LOWER
Than any house in Eastern Nevada.
alatf FRANK WHEELER.
3XTOTIC333.
U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE
SPECIAL TAXES,
May 1st, 1877, to April 30th, 1878.
fllHE REVISED STATUTES OP THE UNITED
I States, Sections 8233, 3237, 3238 and 3239,
require every person engaged in any business,
evocation or employment which renders him
liable to a special tax, to procure and place con
spicuously in his establishment or place of
business a Stamp denoting the payment of said
Special Tax for the Special Tax Year beginning
May 1, 1877, before commenelng or continuing
business after April SO, 1877.
A return, as prescribed on Form 11. is also re
quired by law of every person liable to Special
Tax, as above.
The taxes embraced within the provisions of
the law as above quoted are the following, vis:
Rectifiers $200 00
Dealers, retail liquor 25 00
Dialers, wholesale liquor 100 00
Dealers In malt liquor, wholesale (0 00
Dealers in malt liquors, retail 20 00
Dealers in leaf tobacco 25 OO
Retail dealers in leaf tobacco 500 00
&na on sale or over fl.oou, fifty cents for
every dollar in excess of 11.000.
Dealers in manufactured tobacco S 00
Manufacturers of stills 50 00
And lor each still manufactured 20 OO
And for each worm manufactured 20 OO
Manufacturers of tobaoco 10 00
Manufacturers of cigars 10 00
i-euuiers 01 tooacco, nrst-ciass (more
than two horses or other animals) 50 SO
Peddiere of tobacco, second-class (two
horses or other animals) 25 00
Peddlers of tobacco, third-class (one
horse or other animal) 15 00
reuuiera or tobacco, fourth-class (on
root or public conveyance) 10 00
Brewers of less than 500 barrels 50 OO
Brewers of 500 barrels or more 100 00
Any pel son so lisble, who shall fail to com
ply with the foregoing requirements will be
subject to severe peanalties.
Pers ms or firms liable to pay any of the
oyevisi iaxee nameu auove may apply to
J. P. HALLOCK,
Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue)
at Ploche, Nevada,
and pay (or and procure the Special-Tax Stamp
or Stamps as they need, prior to May 1, 1877,
and without further notice.
Speclal-Tax Stamp will be transmitted by
mall only on receipt from tbe person or firm
ordering the same of specific directions so as to
do, together with the necessary postage stamps
or the amount required to pay the postage
Tha postage on the stamp is three cents and two
stamps six cents. If it to desired that they be
"t nsuwcw null, ten oents addi
tional should accompany the application.
QUEEN B. RAUM,
Commissioner of intmi r.u
Office of Internal Revenue, Washington, L, 0.!
J " "" ai-it
THE SAN JOSE
HOUSE
"IITIIX OS OPINED APRIL 1st, 1877, AS A
FIRST-CLASS HOTEL
In all respects.
The Table win be be supplied with the best
the market affords and no efforts will be sna-ed
J". k,rJ11'ug comfortable for permanent
and transient boarders. The bousV to thor
oughly renovated and well furnished through-
Prleea to Suit the Times.
MRS. JAS. PEARSON,
Proprietress.
aartltf
MISOEL uANEOUS.
D. C. CLARK
& BROTHER,
STONE STORK1
LOVVEU MAIN 8TKEET,
PIOCHE. NEVADA.
WHOLESALE
AND RETAIJ,
SKALSJU m
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS.
POWDKB
FCSE,
AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE
mrlS-tf
BASE ORES WANTED!
J AM PREPARED TO PURCHASE
Ploche Siiver Ores, Carry
ing Lead,
And will nav thA TTTfimrST PnTnv ,1...
same delivered at
Milford, near MinersvLUe,
Beaver County, Utah.
Ore producers will please confer with my
agents, Messrs. Gbiffih 4 Tonaus.
J. D. WILLIAMS.
February 10, 1877 f2-tf
CL0SING-0UT SALE!
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT THE
Stock of Goods lately owned by Alex,
Brown Dill be closed out at very
LOW iraxUaXB.
THE GOODS MUST BE SOLD, AND DEAL
ERS. AND OTHERS, WILL FIND
BARGAINS BX CALLING.
The Choicest qualities of
WHISKIES.
BRANDIES,
WINES, ETC.,
On hand at tha Old Stand.
A. P. HOTALING A CO.,
aui. S. Taonpso.1, Agent,
f3-8m
J. C. LYNCH, .
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
LIQUOR DEALER,
Cor. Main and Lac our streets,
PIOCHE, JJJBJV.
AIJIO
AGENT FOR THE CONSOLIDATED TO
bacco Company of California.
CIGARS AND TOBACC,
Wholesale and Retail.
rn.T31.tr
CHAS. STEIN Sc. CO.,
IAIN STREET, PIOCHE, NIT ADA,
aTonAOH
am
COMMISSION HOUSE,
Wholesale and Betail Sealers
m
FINE WINES,
LIQTJORSJc CIGARS.
COUNTRY ORDERS
romptly attended to,
Os-tf
MILES QUILLEN,
MEADOW VALLEY STREET,
Wholesale'and
Retail Dealer in
WIKTES,
LIQUOR 8
AND CIGARS
GROCERIES
AND
PROVISIONS.
Sol Agent for th
SOLAR SALT COMPANY.1
FINE TABLE IALT
Fox gals la large or small quantities,
JslMf

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