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THE CLIFTON CLARION.
WEDNESDAY, APKIL 15. 1885.
The Yavap&l Countj Treasury
contains $13,000.
' J. W. Flkjwso Uas been elected
mayor of Silver City.
E. Manu, assistant postmaster
in Clifton, is visiting Western
Grabam. '
Webster Street baa boon ap
pointed county judge of Cocbise
county by tbe Governor.
Mrs-H. Smadbeck.of tbia place,
left last Saturday for Solomon
villo, to visit Mrs. L E. Solomon.
Mr James Obi, of Aravaipa Can
yon, bas returned borne from bis
trip to New Orleans and tbe East
Tucsos papers state that tbe
railroad from that city to Cal
nbassas will be built immediately.
Wheat and barley in thftGila
alley are beginning to bead. The
indications for a good crop are
fine.
Tbe engineers are now in tbe
field locating tbe line of the Miner
al Belt railroad, from Flagstaff to
Globe. -
Mrs. R A. Allred, of Solomon
ville, who bas been seriously ill,
we are pleased to learn is conval
escent W. R. McCormick bas been ap
pointed Justice of tbe Peace of
Clifton Precinct, vice E. B. Frink,
resigned.
Morenci bas no peace officer. A
constable should be appointed for
that precinct by the Board of Su
pervisors Jailer Chris. Glennon, of Sol
omonville, visited Clifton this
week, and favored the Clarion of
fice with a call.
Fort Thomas has now a garri
son of but twenty-five men. The
colored troops are expected about
the first of May. .
Superintendent Jones, of the
Arizona & New Mexico railroad,
and family, will return to iiords
burg on the 17th inst
The American Wizard, Prof.
Griffith, will give one of bis en
tertainments in the dining ball of
the United States botol this eve
ning. Monday last the Arizona Copper
Company "blowed-in" a third
furnace, and intend, we believe,
to keep three stacks running right
along.
F. E. McGinness, the gentle
manly post trader nt Fort Thomas,
continues to keep on hand the
finest assortment of liquors and
cigars.
J. Duncan Smith, Esq., and
John Wilson, Esq., of Edinburgh,
Scotland, directors of tbe Arizona
Copper Company, will arrive in
Clifton Friday next
The prosecution of Dr. McSwe
gan, of Tombstone, for abortion, is
said to be a conspiracy on the part
of professional rivals, to injure tbe
Doctor's reputation and practice.
H. C. Hooker, Esq., of Sierra
Bonita, has been elected a vice
president of the Territorial Fair
Association as a representative of
Graham county. An excellent
choice.
C. P. Head & Co., of Prescott,
the largest firm in that city, on
account of dull times, have closed
up their bouse at that place and
consolidated their business at Fort
Verde.
A special meeting of the Board
of Supervisors has been called by
Chairman Stevens to convene at
the county seat to-morrow for the
purpose of approving the bond of
L. Fraissinet as assessor.
IL E. Lacey. former post trader
at Fort Apache, and a whole
souled, genial gentleman, bas pur
chased the suttler's store at Fort
Bayard, N. M. So says the Pres
cott Courier.
J. J. Snyder, of tbo Mayflower
ranch, visited Clifton tbo past
week. Mr. Snyder intends making
the ranch bis home from this time
on, and becoming a bona fide resi
dent of Arizona.
A Chis.vmas who bad been mar
ried to a negro woman in Havana,
Cuba, passed through Tucson re
cently, with thoir six curly-queued
children, en route for China to
remain. They attracted much at
tention at tbe depot by their curi
ous mixture of nationality.
A Mexican named J uan Fuentis
was attacked at an early hour last
Sunday morning, in Morenci, by
three countrymen, named Felipe
Caro, Antonio Delowo and Ln
cerio Ferro, who, after beating
him with bludgeons in a fonrful
manner, left him for dead. Deputy
Sheriff Hovey was notified of the
assault late in tho day, but when
be arrived in Morenci tbo assail
ants bad fled. Fuentis, although
badly hurt, will recorer.
From Dnncan.
J. R. Farrell and E. B. Gage
made a flviag visit to Carlisle last
week.
We bad a violent wind and rain
storm Sunday evening about 5
o'clock, but no damage done.
Repairing of the wash out on
the narrow gauge still goes on,
and makes times lively in Duncan.
Judge Thurmond has returned
from his trip to Big Springs,
Texas, looking vory much im
proved. Tbe Carlisle Gold Mining Com
pany shipped SIS.OOO in gold
bullion last week, the product of a
ten days' run.
Judge Thurmond was called to
Lordsburg by wire Friday after
noon to prosecute a criminal case.
No names given.
Howard C. Boon was unexpect
edly called to Colorado Springs,
Monday morning, by a telegram
from his mother, who is danger
ously ill at that place.
The round-up commenced Mon
day at Hart's ranch, in the Bur
ro Mountains. They will come
down the Gila river, and expect to
reach Duncan about May 15.
We had our first regularly or
ganized Sabbath school Sunday.
That is, tbo school as not divided
into classes nntil that day,- and it
was a decided success. The man
ner in which the superintendent,
Prof. McKay, had the bouse deco
rated, was much of a credit to
him and bis pupils. After Sab
bath school Dr. Pax ton delivered
a thirty-minute lecture on "Tho
full knowledge of God," taking
tbe ground that God did not
know all things from the begin
ning of the world.
Indian Mrart.
During tbe past week there
have been current in this vicinity
many Indian rumors, which, after
diligent inquiry, we have failed to
trace to any reliable source. Some
Mexicans came into Morenci Fri
day last who reported having seen
Indians on Eagle creek, but they
could not Bay whether they were
bostiles or not To their state
ment, doubtless, originated all the
rumors, among them the one that
Messrs. Cunningham and Creach,
who left here on the morning of
the Cth for Hampson's ranch,
had been killed. The friends of
these gentlemen in Clifton, in
cluding the well known Indian
fighter, Capt Cutter, discredit
tbe story about the massacre in
toto.
On account of the scare a num
ber of miners working in Gold
Gulch and woodchoppers from
Eagle creek camo into Morenci
last week, but as no hostiles have
mado their appearance, they have
doubtless returned to their work
ere this ap'pears in print
Friday it was tbe dynamite
excitement on Longfellow bill,
Saturday tbe Indian scare, Sun
day the cyclone and yesterday
J ndge Sias' boy baby. By a unan
imous vote of the entire house
hold he is declared to be tbo
"boss," and our latest advices are
to tbe effect that Mrs. Sias and
tbe young legislator are both get
ting on well.
Mr. N. Anderson, who arrived in
Solomonville last week from Apa
che county, 6tats that a German,
named Jacobs, late of Show Low,
who accompanied him on bis jour
ney, was drowned on tbe 9th inst
while attempting to cross the Gila
river below Camp Thomas. The
body was not found. His horses
were also drowned.
C. P. Leitcb, of Eureka Springs
ranch, Graham county, returned
from Tucson last Thursday, with
six high grade Hereford bulls,
which he bought of Walter Morgan
& Son, of Irvine, Kansas, who
brought out two car loads of these
high grade animals, for which they
find a ready sale. Mr. Leitcb in
forms us that tho Hereford stand
him about S'JO each, but he is well
satisfied with his bargain. Wilcox
Stockman.
Peaches and apricots as large as
walnuts, figs half grown, and
grape vine3 covered with little
fruit can now bo found in the Salt
River valley, which is pretty good
for the Sth of April. Our fruit
season opens full half a month
ahead of California, which will
prove a great advantage in the
future. The next crop promises
to bo very large. Phoenix Gazette.
Matt Coselman, tho engineer,
who was accidentally shot at
Guthrie a couple of months ago,
and who was taken to bis borne in
Aurora, Illinois, is sinking slowly
but surely. Advices received of
his condition last week report that
he cannot live much longer, if he
has not joined the silent majority
already.
Prof.Chas..Hogsett, of Morenci,
bas charge of tho roller skating
rink at that place. It was thrown
open to the public last Saturday
evening, and Morenci hall, where
the skating takes place, was on
that night tho centre of attraction.
Among the late prominent arri
vals at the Clifton Hotel are the
following: A!. Libenthal, Felix
Cobleutz, F. H. Holm, Oris Her
man, 1. D. Pik-p, :!! of :ai Francisco.
Kevere Wind ttoria.
Sunday afternoon last Clifton
was visited by a wind storm
which, perhaps, was the most
severe ever experienced in this
place. Indoed, it was a veritable
cyclone, coming from tho East,
and its approach was mado known
by clouds of dust and a roaring
sound like the rush of mighty
waters, before the force of its fury
was felt in town. After reaching
Clifton it sported for a moment
with sheet-iron roofing and other
light objects, burling them in
every direction, and then seemed
to concentrate its force in tho
vicinity of the company's build
ings on the east side of tho
river, unroofing a portion of tbo
manager's dwelling and sending
the roof over tho hospital and do
positing it upon the bouse occu
pied by Justice Casey and family,
tbe roof of which was broken in
and tho house otherwise so de
molished thaE it remained but a
wreck. Mr. Casey was felled by a
falling timber and pinioned to tbe
floor, receivingpainfuand serious
injuries, from which, however, we
are glad to know, ho is recover
ing. Fortunately, most of tbo
children of the family were not
in the bouse at the time, or more
serious results would probably
have followed. Strange to relate,
no other serious accident oc
curred, and the loss to property
was small. A Mexican, who at
tempted to cross the lower sus
pension bridge when tha storm
was at its height, was thrown
thirty feet in the air and fell
where the water was deepest. He
sustained no injury beyond that
cf an involuntary bath, but upon
emerging from the water indulged
in language, more emphatic than
polite, in his native tongue.
The Prescott Miner having men
tioned a number of names for fed
era! positions in Arizona, among
them that of Hon. Pat Ham
ilton for Territorial Secretary,
the Phconix Gazette endorses
the nomination as follows: "We
do not know that Mr. Hamil
ton is an aspirant for the place,
but, with all due respoct to others
mentioned in connection therewith,
we believe there is no man who
would be more acceptable to our
j people. ie is thoroughly compe
tent is un Anzonan in every sense
of the word, a sound Democrat,
has a host of friends at home and
abroad, and more fully under
stands the needs and requirements
of the Territory than any man m it
The Gazette is taking no part
in the fight now being made for
federal positions, but it sincerely
hopes that men of ability and
integrity will be selected." To all
of which we heartily concur. Pat
rick Hamilton has occupied many
positions of public trust in this
Territory, and he has always been
faithful. If President Cleveland,
in making bis seloction for Terri
torial Secretary, intends to chose
from among the many deserving
and well-qualified Democrats of
the Territory, be could not make
a more popular selection.
Sunday evening there was a
meeting at the school house in
Clifton, which was called to order
by Col. M. J. Egan, who moved
that Judge Goodwin take tho
chair. The object of the meeting
was stated to be for the purpose
of making arrangements to give
an entertainment for tho benefit
of Justice D. C. Casey, who was
injured during tho wind storm 'of
that day. On motion of Col. Egan,
a comiuitteo of arrangements
consisting of tho chairman and
two members, Messrs. Laago and
Naismith were named as the com
mittee to arrange for a literary
entertainment at the school houso
next Saturday evening, tho pro
ceeds of which will be presented
to Mr. Casey as a slight token of
the regard of our citizens and the
sympathy they feel for him in his
misfortune. The price of admis
sion tickets was fixed at 1 re
served seats, 2. The object is a
good one, and we are glad to see
it encouraged. Mr. Casey is a
good man, useful citizen and
head of a large and interesting
family. No doubt bis accident
will disable him from work for a
long time. He is one of the most
trustworthy mechanics in the em
ploy of the Arizoua Copper Com
pany. Capt. N. Ambler, who a couple
of years ago brought into this
county the best lot of freight
teams ever seen in it now that
freighting is a thing of the past
has concluded to settle down as a
cattle man. Some time ago he
located a rango about four miles
from Clifton, after having made
arrangements for a water supply
with the Detroit Copper Coin
panny, whose pipe-line ctofsos his
range, and last week his first in
stallment of 450 head of cattle,
purchased in Cochise county, ar
rived. Capt. Ambler never does
anything by halves, and in duo
time he will come to tho front as
one of our chief cattle growers.
A. D. McLean, foreman of tho
Detroit Copper Company's mines,
who was injured recently by a
blast at the Montezuma mine, is
again on duty, having nearly re
gained his former good health.
BOK.
SIAS In Clifton, Gnihnm county. Arir..
M.i.Thr. April is;-. to th.i wi.'n i.f
Jam 's Si.i.. a son.
We acknowledge, with thanks,
an invitation to attend a Mas
querade Ball at Duncan, on
Monday evening, the 27th inst
The affair proinjses to be ono
of the grandest ever witnessed in
this part of the Territory.
Commissioner Murphy, Arizona's
representative" at the World's fair,
has been olectod as a member of a
committee of five to arrange for
the American exhibit at tho Lon
don exposition to be held next
year.
Mr. E. Schumann, foreman of
construction, Arizona Copper Co.,
returned to Clifton last week from
a two months visit to San Fran
cisco. He is now a well-qualified
member for a fat man's club.
ut tc.
All persons are hereby warned not
to buy, or have anything to do with,
a ranch claimed to have been located
by H. W. Dodd on March 12th, 18S5,
and situated in Paloma Park, on the
trail leading from Blue River to Eagle
Creek Ranch, about five miles Irom
Blue River, as the same is owned
and occupied by me under the name
of Palouia Ranch, and neither Dodd
or any other person but myself have
any shadow of title to the same.
Geo. W. Wells.
Clifton, Ariz., April 4."), 18S5.
Goronedo Saloon !
liiiu Street,
CLIFTOX
JOH : McCORMAC
I'roprlator.
The Best of
Wines, Lipors, Cigars & Beer
Fresh Ginger Ale. Soda and
Sarsaparilla Received
Every Day.
Business Men, Minors, Prospectors and the
bporung fraternity.
All Kinds of Mixed Drinks.
Al! kind of immes in the house.
Late Daily and the Illustrated papers kept
on lue.
Two cabinets of selected copper speci
mens m the house.
Music Every Night,
Furnished by a full String Band.
CLIFTON
BILLIARD HALL
And
SALOON.
MAIN STREET CLIFTON.
The Old, Reliable House of
Good Chesr.
This house is the resort of business liien,
The different games in the house are con.
ducted in a respectable manner.
The best of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Sold OTer the Bar.
William Dohzensky, Prop'r.
BEX. COB II, 31'n'gr.
The All Hours Eating House !
COR053ADO
Chop House
(Adjoining the Coronado Saloon.)
Main Street, - CLIFTOX
Short Order Meals
Served at all hours.
You Can Orter Everything
The Market Affords.
Meals Served ia lioom Extra.
Regular Menls SO Cents.
Eggs For Hatching.
Pure bred Light Brahma
Eggs for Sale,
13 $2.
Address:
MRS. J. S. BROOKS.
Duncan, Ariz.
The finest tonic for nervous people ihITob
totter's lStoznach Hitters which insures per
fect diptv-tion and assimilation, and the
active erCormauce of their functions by
the liver and bowel1. Am tho srtcra ac
quires tone through the influence of this be
nign medicine, the nerves grow stronger
and more tranquil, headaches cease, and
that nameleH anxiety which is a peculiarity
of the dneptii (fives way to cheerfulness.
To establish health on a cnr foumhl ion,
v the peerless inviornnt. For art :e by nil
inu-qits and Dealer general If,
00 CELEBRATEB'
STOMACH
Dry Goods,
Ladies' & Cent's
Groceries,
CALIFORNIA CLDTHIW
AND:
BOOTS AND SHOES.
In this establishment can he found most everything in
the above line of goods. Anything called for not in stock,
will be sent for especially, and delivered on short notice.
Orders from ffiiiorii tons Solicited, & Promptly attended to
Goods of the First Quality !
Prices to Suit my Customers !
NORTH
g7-rotffice Address, CLIFTOX.
First Publication March 11, 18S5.
Xotfce of Forfeiture.
TO J. H. HOVEY AND JOHN McCOR
mac You are hereby notified that I
have expended ?4(K) in labor and improve
montB upon the following claims, situated in
Glenlee (ioid Mountain Mining District,
Graham county. Arizona, viz: Cricket, Som
erset, Bobtail and Vera Cruz; aa will appear
from certificate filed in the office of the Dis
trict Recorder, in order to hold said prem
ises under the provisions of section 2324, Ro
vised Statutes of the United States, being
the amount required to hold the same for the
year ending December 31, 18H4:
If within ninety (Wo days from the date of
the first publication of this notice you fail or
refuse to contribute your proportion of such
expenditure as co-owners and the cost of
this advertisement, your interest in said
claims will become the property of the sab-
scrioer under eaia section z:t4.
ROBERT MURPHY.
TFirst Publication February 4, 18S5.
Xotice of Forfeiture.
rpO I j. W. BENTZ. YOU ARE HEREBY
JL notified that we have expended in
lanorand improvements upon the Katie i),
claim, situated in Greenlee Gold Moun
tain Mining District, Graham County.
Arizona, as will appear from certifi
cate filed in the office of the District Re
corder, in order to hold said premises
under the provisions of section 232 1, Revised
Statutes of the United States, being the
amount required to hold the same for the
year ending uecemoer si, issm.
If within ninetv (90) davs from the date of
the first publication of this notice yon fail or
refuse to contnonte your proportion of such
expenditure as co-owner, and the cost of
this advertisement, vonr interest in said
claim will become tho property of the sab-
scriuerH uiiuer saiu section k.
J. I.L URCHIN,
H. B. STEVENS,
E. P. STEVENS.
(First Publication, March 1. 1885.
Xotice of Forfeiture.
rpo Gen. Boyle, John M. Wright and Geo.
JL fcKain. lou are hereby notihed that 1
have expended the sum of three hundred
lifiMxn dollars in labor and improvements on
the Josephine. American Flag and Challenge
claims, situated in Greenlee Gold Mountain
Alining District. GrahamConnty, Arizona, as
will appear from certificate filed in the office
of the District Recorder, in order to hold
said premises under the provisions of section
2324. Revised Statutes of the United States,
being the amount required to hold the same,
for the year ending December 31, 1SS4.
If within ninety (90) days from the date of
the first publication of this notice you fp.il or
refuse to contribute your proportion of snch
expenditure as co-owners, and the cost of this
advertisement, yonr interest in said claims
will become the interest of the subscriber
Hnder said section K4. THOMAS FAY,
Mite
Lordsburg, N. M.
Under the Management of
GEOEGE 3EEB.
Only First-class Hotel
In Town.
W0EES & WHXTIJEY
Assayers and Mslailurgists.
ASSAY OFFICE AND LABORATORY,
100 CAMP ST. - - TUC80N. A. T.
Gold and Silver Assay $1 00
Cupper Assay 1 III
Lend Assay 1 (X)
Special rates for other metals, bullion, etc.
Prompt Attention to Samples by
Jlail.
Ore smelted in any quantity. Assaying
taught. Mines examined and
reported on.
References. Tucson : L. Zcckendorf &
Co., merchants; H. II. Hereford.
San Francisco: J. M. Buffington. Secre
tary Union Con. Jlininjr Company; H. W.
Walker. Golden State Luboratorv.
EXCELSIOE
EOTTimG WORKS,
C'lirion s s Arizona,
Bottlers of and Dealers in
PURE 3IIXERAL WATERS,
Sodawater.
faarsapanlla.
Ginger Ale,
Lemon Water
and all kinds of
CAKBOXATE WATERS.
Correspondence solicited with tho trade.
Works. Chaso Creek road, inst nhnra
Arizona Copper Co.'s smelters.
Address
EXCELSIOR BOTTLIXO WORKS;
Clifton, Ariz.
Bench for Sale,
t N IIVTMPI10YRn('TTr.P' RAVr.lv nil
.iU acres, titu.ited in the western
part of Grant county. N. M.. is uATerm! f.r
ale at a bargain. It is well watered mid
hi'lUTcd. Kir particulars snd price address
MASON Gr.EK.M,KKClifnn,Am. "
Bote
Fancy Goods,
Furnishing Goods,
Etc., Etc.
W. J. PARKS, P. M. THURMOND,
Dealer m Lands and , 41 .r
Live Stock. Attorney at Law.
Parks & Thurmond
REAL ESTATE!
DUNCAN, : : : ARIZONA.
Will buy and eell
teiEi & Apital Lands
...ALSO....
- TOT77"JST LOTS.
G. N. GENTRY,
Sweetwater, Texas.
W. W. BUSH,
Clifton, Ariz.
BUSH & GENTRY,
REAL. ESTATE ASDUVK
Stoct
CLIFTOX, ARIZ03A.
7 We have for sale
SEVERAL FINE RANCHES.
number or class of cattle at any point in
iittt iut'ivu ur Arizona.
V 1 unwnuBio correspona witn ns wixj
receive prompt and full information in re-
imrn tn rnnnoG n. an,,
line of business. Address,
BUSH & GENTRY,
Clifton, Arizona.
First Publication April 9, 1885.
Jfotice of Publication Homestead
Xo. 11S.
y AND OFFICE AT TUCSON, ARIZONA,
. IJ March 7, 1S85. Notice is hereby (riven
that the following named settler has filed
notice of his inteution to make final proof
in support of her claim, and that said proof
will be made before the Judgro of District
( ourt at Solomonville, Arizona, on April 23,
18K5, viz: Francisco G ticko Carrasco, Admin
t ratrix of the estate of Julio Greio, of Solo
monville, Graham county, Arizona for the
Southeast quarter, Section 18, Township 7
bouth, Kange 27 East. G. & S. K. R4 1L
Shenainesthe followingwitnesses to prove
her continuous residence upon, and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz: Juan Gomez, Bernar
do Balencia. Manuel Casias, Lus Cota, all of
can Jose, Graham countv Arizona.
B. M.THOMAS, Uccister.
JAMES SIAS,
eneral Blacksmith
....AND
HORSE SHOER.
Shop, Main Street, - dltTOX
First - Class Blacksmithing
In all its branches done wilh
promptness, and
at reasonable prices.
A Specialty 3Iale of Shoe
ing; Horses.
Board 36 psr Week
SINGLE HEALS, 35 CENTS
.AT TOE.
OCCIDENTAL
RESTAURANT,
HAIX ST
CLIFTOX
Cliaarley Les SoUs:,
Proprietor.
Open Day and Night.
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
And all Kinds of Wild (Janie
Served in any style desired.
F R A 1 8 S I H ETjmisil
Brokers
J. M. YANKIE,
Dkaleb is
General Merchandise,
Dry Goods and Xotions,
CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES,
Hats and Caps,
GKOCEEIE S
CAXXED GOODS
AND
PROVISIONS!
Cig-axs &z Tobacco.
AT THE OLD STAND, MAIN STKEET,
CLIFTOX
AKIZOXA
E. L. WETIViORE
ASSAYER AND METALLURGIST
221 Pennington Street,
TUCSON ,...A,T.
Gold and Silver Assays Si.
Ores sampled and actual work'ng tests mads
by any process.
Assaying done in all its branches. Analysis
of ores, minerals, etc. Examination of
Mining Properties and of Mills a specialty.
Orders from tbe interior promptly attended
to. Assaying taught practically and theoret
ically. WEATHERED, BOON & CO.,
Duncan, Arizona,
Dealers in
General Merchandise
MIXERS' SUPPLIES,
Ranchmen's Supplies,
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
JDxy C3-cod.s,
Clotliingr,
BOOTS AND SHOES
Etc Etc Etc.
Highest prices paid for Farm Trodace.
SQUARE DEALIXG
SHOE SHOP,
MAIN STREET CLIFTON.
Men's Eoots
...AND....
Women's Fine Shoes
Made in the latost Eastern styles.
Sewed Work li fegpeelaltsr.
Repairing neatly and promptly dune.
W. C. BLANK, Proprietor.
DR. PRING-
Has on hand a full supply of
DRUGS
.AXJB.
Patent Medicines.
No. 6 Company's How, Clifton.
With the Doctor s well known knowledge
of medicine, every prescription will be care
fully compounded and at reasonable rates.
J. L. VAN HOOK,
MAIX SRTEET, CLIFTOX
TINSMITH!
TIIT, COPPEIw
....Aa...
Sheet Iron Worker.
TIX E00FS A SPECIALTY
Repairing promptly attend to.
CLIFTOPJ
BOTTLING WORKS
"s7" smith:,
Proprietor. ,
Wholesale Dealers iji
Soda Water,
Ginger Ale,
Cider, Etc.
STRITS OF ALL It LVD S !
I am now bottling a superior quality of
IMj.sso-a.ri Cid.er ! !
All orders attoriilocl to prompt v
(roods ddivoml in Clifton .aiid
snrroundinjy camps

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