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The Coast Mail.
MAY 22, 1880.
KetoJved, By the Republicans of
Oregon in contention awmbled in
the city of Portend, tills 21st tUyof
April, A. I. 1880. that we propose to
maintain nrreT svdrmniitcr the affairs
of the government of this State by
rtrict enconotny and faithful adher
ence to the constitution and 1rw
thereof and of the Uuited States.
2. That wn are in favor of regulat
ing and equaKirififr. the salaries of the
county and 8tate officers so that they
shall receive sbcIi compensations as
aro usually paid to privato persons
under like circumstances of service
3. That we favor a thorough revis
ion and eaualisalion of our system of
taxation, to the end that every spe
cies of property within its limits,
whether owned or posscssod by citi
zens of this or of foreign States shall
bear its equal proportion of the bur
thens of the government which pro
4. That wo propose to maintain
and enforce the amendments to the
Constitution of the Uniten States,
with all the powers of the national,
government, to the end that every
citizen, poor or rich, black or white,
may be secured in the full enjoyment
of civil and political rights.
5. That the overthrow of the lights
of the elective franchise of liberty
and life, by which means free rovcrn-
ment In a portion of the States has
been defeated, and manifested fraud
and threatened violence in others, to
gether with attempted nullilficition
of the laws of the general govern
ment and decisions of the Supreme
Court thereon, by Congressional ac
tion in the interests of the Democrat
ic party, are attempted revolution and
must be met as such.
6. That this is a nation formed by
the people thereof and not a mere
league or compact, and that we reaf
firm the idea of the unity of the na
tion, tho supremacy national govern
ment in all matters placed by the
constitution under its control, the
preservation intact of all the rights of
municipal self-covcrnmcnt otherwise
guaranteed thereby to the people or
to the States respectively. At the
same time we arraign the doctrine of
State sovereignty as the baneful
mother of nullification, secession and
7. That the recent action of the
Democratic party in convention as
sembled, in denouncing the Supreme
-Court of the United States of Amen
de, and imputing the most unworthy
:.and unpatriotic motives to that high
jind honorable court, is unworthy of
'law abiding, intelligent and patriotic
American citizens, and directly tends
to the loosening of the foundation of
'Our government, the subversion of all
daw, and the overthrow of the sanctity
-of a system of judicature, venerable
with age and perfected by wisdom.
8. That the attempt by the leaders
-of the Democratic party to cheat the
people of the State out of an electoral
vote, waa an outrage unparalleled in
the political history of the State, ind
'which together with the Maine in
fumy and the attempt to unseat mem
bers in the hall of Congress for base
partisan advantage deserves the con--demnation
of all fair-minded men.
9. That we condemn the outrageous
-conduct of our Democratic State ad
ministrations from 1870 to 1878, their
-extravagance, their corruption and
10. We deprecate the course of
members of the Democratic party
who have undertaken to revive sec
tional animosity for the purpose of
political ascendancy in the Southern
States and who have revived memor
ies of sectional strife by the defiant
declaration of a purpose to repeal laws
made necessary by the war and en
acted to secure the results of the war,
and we condemn their attempts to se
cure by lecislauom what was not ac
romphshed by arms, namely the es
tablishment under the name of the
State sovereignty of those pernicious
doctrines which "destroy national bu
premacy and which in part have led
to secession and civil war.
11. That to the Republican party
is die the credit of successful resump
tion and restored prosperity and busi
ness revival, and we insist that the
paper and coin circulation of the
country shall at all times be main
tained at par with gold standard of
tho commercial world.
12. That while we are in favor of a
revenue for tho support of the general
government by duties upon imports-,
sound policy requires such adjustment
of import duties as to encourage the
development of the industrial inter
est of the whole country, and we com
mend that policy of national exchange
which secures to the working man
liberal wages ; to agriculture, remun
erative prices; to mechanics and
manufacturers an adequate reward
for their skill, labor and enterprise.
and to the nation, commercial pros
perity and independence.
13. That we are in favor of judi
cious appropriations by the general
government for the improvement of
our rivers and seaports, as well as for
the construction of such lines of rail
way communication as will develop
the resources of the countrj and con
nect our State with other parts of the
Union, undersuch restrictions as will
tvmply protect the rights of the people
from unjust discrimination and ex
tortionate charges; and that in the
grants of land to railroads wo favor
the sale of the same by the govern
ment to tho people at the lowest price
for public lands, giving the proceeds
only to the corporations.
14. That we demand of our repre
sentation in Congress their best en
deavors to secure just and judicious
nppropriationsand favorablo legisla
tion by the general government for
the free navigation of the Columbia
and the rivers of the State, the im-
Crovement of tho mouth of the Colum
ia and tho harbors at Yaquina and
Coos Buys, the location of a harbor of
refuge at the point along our coast
most available to the interests of coin
fierce, the extension of the public sur
veys to meet the wsnts of our increas
ing population and aid and assistance
to railroads, and the opening up for
settlement such of our Indian reserva
tions as the interest of civilization de
mands and necessitates.
15. That wo demand a modification
of tho trea(y with China so as to re
strict Chinese emigration to America.
16. That we hold that n well in
structed people nlono can bo perfectly
free, and that it is therefore cssentinl
that tho pMblic schools should be in
truded in tho duties of citixrnshfp
and the ordinary pursuits of life.
The Rush of IramlRriUlon.
During tho first three months of
this year there arrived in tho port of
New York about 155,000 aliens, which
is threo times greater than the num
ber who came during the same period
Inst year. If this difference between
the volume of this year's immigration
and that of last year shall continue
until the end of December, tho arriv
als at this port for the last twelve
months will number not less than
400,000. a figure which will be unpre
cedented in the history of immigra
tion. We are now speaking of those
who enter nt the port of New York,
where, perhaps, about three-fourth or
four-fifths of the nliens arriving in
this country disombnrk. The aggre.
gate immigration to the United States
during 1850 may, therefore, be estimat
ed at about 600,000. Tho magnitude
of this total will bo better understood
when it is known that the highest fig
ure heretofore reached in one year is
449,600, which was the number of ar
rivals at all ports in 1S7-. The next
highest was 437,000, in 1873, and 427,
800, in 1874. Many suppose that tho
present unprecedented increase in the
influx of foreigners, is chiefly due to
the famine in Ireland. Such, howev
er is not the case. The rising tide is
from all countries, and the increase
is not relatively greater from Ireland
than from other parts of Great Brit
ain or from the Continent. The reas
on of this is plain ; the Irish famine
will doubtless cause a very considera
ble swelling in the volume of emigra-
twn'from that country, but it is yet
too soon to expect this. Indeed, the
famine will for a time check emigra
tion, since want of money will prevent
many from leaving the country. The
famine of 1S4G-7 did not begin to
show its effects on emigration until
about a year after the distress came, ,
and it was not until 1851, that the !
stream reached us highest tide, uie ,
exodus oi uerman emigration has
been attributed in large part to the
nitllnrv nnrlntlnn t l.l-..nr.,r 1. I
proscription threatened by
assist v K'l v-J. Di'vivit iiii . . v i
the new army bill. But the most ra-j
tional explanation of the present re-
markable immigration to the United j
States is the return of commercial j
and industrious prosperity in this
countrj. It has been estimated that
the emigrants of this year will add
from $25,000 000 to f 30,000,000 to the
cash capital of the country by bring
ing that amount with them, but this
will be but a small part of the increa.se f
in the national wealth o,nd idustrial
resources of the coantrvwhiehwill be
brought about by an accession to the
population of 400,000 or 500,000 men
and women, most of whom are skilled
A hard-shell Baptist picacher
was on an Alabama river stcamert
in the old days of racing. The cap
tain, seeing a rival boat half a mile
ahead, began to curse, and order tar,
pine knots, bacon, etc., to be thrown
in to kindle the fire as hot as possible ;
and as the steam got higher and
higher, the the fatalistic r.achcr
edged his way farther back on deck.
The jolly captain, seeing this, tapped
him on the shoulder and said :
"Hello, Brother H. ! I thought you J
was one of them fellers what believes
that what is to happen will happen."
'So I d o," said the preacher ; "but I'd
like to be as near the 6tern as passi
ble when it does happen.
TuEREare now four trains running
from Newcastle into Seattle daily,
bringing in an average of 700 tons of
Cor. A and Front 6ta.,MAiM!iiFiELD,Oit.
"PIT" AVING TAKEN CHAItGE OF
C3- Ue above named house, we can
promise to our patrons,
Flrnt-cIaHM Fare, Fair OeuHapr
And courteous attention.
aTA TRIAL IS SOLICITED..
Is w 11 supplied in its line, and in under
our personal management.
Mabbiifieij) s. Emi-ike City.
II. P. WHITNEY, Pitoi'WKTOit.
A good supply of
MUTTON, a CANNED
VEEF, 9H1 OOOCS,
POUK, ETC irai ETC., ETC.
and all kind of
SALTMEATS and VEGETABLES
coiiKtantly on hand. Alrfo a
good xtock of
v e sTe h S
SUPPLIED AT SHOUT XOTICK
11 v virtuo of an execution issued out of
the Circuit Court of tho State of Oregon
for the county of l.urry, on the win nay
of March, 1SS0, in favor of John Huntley
plaintiff, and against Will Huntley, de
fendant, for tho sum of Five Thousand
Nino Hundred and Fourteen Dollars and
cost taxed atNino and 05-100 dollars, to
me directed and delivered, commanding
mo that of the personal property, and if
sufficient personal property be not found,
then out of the real property of said do
fondant, I cause to be made tho saidsnnt
of $5911 00 and costs taxed ot 9M and
accruing costs, I have levied upon the
following described real property belong
ing to said defendant, to-wit: I-ots 3
and 4, and an undivided one half inter
est in lots 1 and 2 of section 1, T. 30, S, K
15 w., and lots 1 and 2 of section 30. T.
35, S. of K 15 w and the N Vs and N$
nt S'l nl station 31. T. 35. S. It 14 W.,
in Curry county, Oregon.
And 1 will, on the 24TH IA Or
MAY, 1880, at tho hour of one o'clock In
the afternoon of said day at the court
house door in Ellensburg, sell nil the
right title and interest of said defendant
in and to said property, or so much there
of as mav be necessary, which lie had on
the 5th dav of March 1880, to satisfy said
execution "and accruing costs.
Dated at Ki.LKXsin-Bii.Anri! I lHli, 18f0.
A. 11. MOOKr.,
110-4W Sheriff Curry Co., Or.
HU CELEBRATED HA
Fere nud Ague.
The true antidote to the effects of mi-
nanm. in I Instl'ttpr'rt StOIliacll IHttCW.
This medicine is one of the no-t popular
remedies of an age of success-fid propric-
fiirv utiMnr4- linn ism muui'iii v in
" ;.;: "1 ,' th5s ..ontincnt fever and
ague exists. A wineclassful three times
a dav is the best possible prepaatiye for
...:.. .i .nilnriAiia MtMirwrinori
- "VVfc.. Hv -r an mvlrain the1
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers
generally. - J
next noon to mailoffice.
LOUIS DIUXHOE, Proprietor.
FULL STOCK OF
Drugs & Medicines,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
BEST J1RAXJU OF CIGAltS
jg3j""Freseriptions Carefully Com
pouniledby Competent Ph y sici an.
Tbs BEST, LATE8T IMPHOVED,
nd moil THOROUGHLY conntructej
SEWING MACHINE cyci-JmcntcJ. 111
Uie wearing jarla aro inailo of tho BEST
STEEL, CAREFULLY TEMPERED
n.l arc ADJUSTABLE.
It liaa llio A VT031A TIC Ti7.VA'O.V It
hxs Uie JjjLJtanar Jiomux; It ba the
Easiest Threaded Shuttle.
Tim DODDINS aro WOTJND without
HONNINO or UNTBUEADIHQ U
It has ft SULP-SirmNO XEKDLK: Jt
liaa a III A I. for regulating the length of atlteh.
WITHOUT TKlTIKtJi It hat n LAKOB
STACK limlcr tho arm; It Is JVOI8KI.KSH,
find has moro Jioluts orKXCKLLKNCK than
all oUnr lii.'idilucs coiuhlnoU.
-Aoentu wanted In localities
whero wo ro not repreaented,
JolSison, Clark & Co.
30 UNION 8QUARE, N.Y.
FARM FOR SALE !
I (i( AOKE8 OF CHOICE LAXI)
J l)U - tho mouth of Willanch
t.1 nigh, near North llewl aid Marfih-fiL-Id.
Hood liotiKO and out huildings.
Adapted for dairyint; or general fann
ing. Good young orchard. One of
the heut farms in Cooh county. Tho
nlaco, rithitock and impIenienU, will
be sold very chei.p.
fi3yFor further partiftilars apply at
the olficc of the Coast Mail. o tf i
Ifw. 8 ifl iili JH T 1 9 Hi MiW Jm'lmC ! ill
mm tf Mwmm
BAY VIEW BREWERY,
Keeps constantly on lnmtl, nntl oilers for stile n superior ntticlo of
LAGER BEER, ALE AND PORTER,
WHOI.KSAM-: and 15KTA1I,.
m'HAR IS SVl PLIED WlTllTIUi CHOICEST lMAXUS Ot
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
UHAXCH SAl.f OXAT KMlMlti: CITY.
1)11. C. 11. GOLDEN', I'Korit.
Opposite Xatburifn Store.
HA V E 0 XSTAXT I. Y 0 X 11 A X 1)
AM. SOKTS OK
0 WINKS KOlt m?
xm. XT aim m s ,
CIGARS am) TOBACCO,
and everything usually kept in a
Prescriptions arvfnlty Com
E. A. ANDEHSON,
to J.C JZ&J& Hours
livery and feed stable,
fAULINO DONE AT SHOUT No i
ticcandat ery reasonable rates
COAL .VXD WOOD CONSTANTLY ON HAM) i
-JCOOKI50 OK HKAT1NC
New Excelsior Oil Stove.
Jut tlu Tiling for Ughi llo-uekKplng.
It ntll DroH, KoMt, nd Tli. Utfr lln T.xil ot
WnodStoTfc g.ad for CltcuUn. AUKNTS WANTK1).
COLEMAN QAS APPASATU8 AND
TS Makkit Sr, Ciiicaoo, III.
Th. Crt Cur. for njfp.1!- Illlloii. Iilltout
IIlch., UT.rComtUlut,.ir unl Agu., Oaneiid
of Stomach, I.ltrrX ti'irrii
on th uewt; dltcovvicJ
No Ipic. No Durtur ltlUa.
SnJ for (IreuUrn, 1m tilt
ing th AUurptiun Cur
BL I TV No Iinici. Xo Dortor llll).
LL I O. SDjf.irnrei.Un..Jfil-
: lor th. AUon-tloa Cur.
n.1 tb. revolution lt I. cwului In th. Kl.nc of nnU-
?": .,.,.,,, ,2
'A .ii r.n aa h iii iiiiu-r ni ii--in. imiuiu iiuliihii hi iiiw
'eTo'r;rcBUenriV;ndi?.V.t.n,i.,8Jl.isl.tHl1,I,U.r l.a.,,1, tl. north
ThMnIi.wlIlbintlo.uykldr.frrooril. , wi-st iniarterof tliu nnrtliuist quarttT. ucst
rarKtlptol 'I2XO eKh.orliajuforInf.nf.lI.il. . I half of et half of nortlmiatt uliartiT of.
AUiiNia i"ntw in every couwy in u."
Address, FISHEIl MEDICATED BELT CO.
232 Illinois St., Chicago.
Meriden, Cunn. J'.S.A.
"Children's Blow Pedals,'9!
Adjusted or re moved instantly.
Invented and Exclusively
used by this Company,
The .most popular
Organs of the day !
UNRIVALLED IN QUALITY,
"Tho Wilcox Sc Whito
Organ Instructor" is tho
BEST and CHEAPEST
in tho market !
6axl for Il'uctratul CutaUsjui.
fBaaarMibLaV-KBaaKnN Jn Sl
V. H. Simpson a 1). Holland
and provisions of all kinds
sold at tliu lowest
MlLIl'EHEn il any point desired
1.0(101X0 CAM IS
j-jj-WV keep nothing but the lies t.j(&3
and msuie satisfaction.
inula week in our own town. Terms
and $. free. Address II. II w.i.i.tt & Co.
in mi:k is
MMMtiiaM t nafti-trA
STOVES & RANGES
1 .it. -t llllploXI '1
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS AND
L-AJMIIPS &c OILS.
W(iOl) A- WILI.OWWAUE.
Stcim.Wator 1'ipo and FittniKi. Orun-'
ltc- and I'l.itt'd Waics.
, TIIJ fflPPFR A SHFETIRflNWARE I
' ' 'M CiUrrCn OntC I inunn rMlC.
I Kxr.t"iTi:n with Dimimtcii.
lfKXTKAS for Stove.-. Plows
JIoWOM lllltl Itl'llpcTS flirtlirllC'd
x short Ilutii'O.
Ilu virfnn nfin .r.Ii.r . t Hil f.illtlt fPnlirt
,.c i ;,rrv c,,iv ()r...nii m nr Iiite in.-i.li
of 1Urru,.C ",, f ", nl. ! ".Vrl i ' 1! .,. Ik
'" tliu hth day of Al.nl I8S0, dirwit UK t&e
al tho ronl eUt! of llio i-stnto of Slicll-
1 :1,'J" 'cc"u,y,L l"-T.-iimltiT .iCTcrthi-i . I
' M)Utiiea,t i.uattiT. and lots onu two thrto
and four of suction eight, tow nsliin thtrt tivo
, Hoiith, of rongu fourteen unit. Also all tho ,
riuht titlii wnl iiiturcHt of thucotatu of said'
Michael I'ox to the follow in (Uwcriliccl nil-.
joiniim tiroiicrty towiti ('oinnieiiciiiu at n
Miiiit on thu north lino of tho noiithwi't
quarter oi mviioii ti'-ni, aiorwain, inn- iioriu
of a litiin tree 10 inches iu diameter ami
marked W, tht-ncu south to tho north bank
of Ucik creek, thence easterly tip said creek
to tho first lieii(l;thencosouth to thu notitli
lino of saiJ forty acre tract; tlicnco west to
the southwest corner of safd forty and thence
east to thu tilacoof liupuiling.
J lio above-mt-ntionea sain will lake liiaco
.i. .i ,. .!.. :.. imi i
at me couriuoimu uuur in i.iit-iinijiiru i urry
county (Won, on thoTwcNTiinTi day
. .. .1 i :.. tin i .t
OHMAYlhbO, hetween tho hours tf li!
o'clock in and 1! o'clock ii m of said day.
ilatcil Aliril linn, IHhU
1G Administrator estata of .Michael Fox-
Centennial World's Fair, 1876!
mocn7osD cmxtuocaLT is xaa
Tbelr comparative excellence Is recognlsadb;
lbs Juilvne la tlielr Heporl, tivm wUoh ilk
lellovICK Is ta enrscti
"The U. HllOXlNORll OIIOAW CO.'
xtilblt as llio licit Inetrumenti st
price rendering tUea posdble to Isms die
of purchasers, laving t comtlnatlsn of Heeds
sad Utile, prodnclnit novel sjid pUaatDg etfecls,
containing many dealrabU Improvementt , will
, iiido longer in arj or damp Climate, lets liable)
i to gel out of order, all tut boards being made
j Ibree-plr, put together so It is Impossible for
' thera to either shrink, swell or split." TIIM
' ONLY OUUAAtt AWAltUUU VIUU
This Medal and Award was eran ted after tb
tacit sever competition of the beat makers,
i befoi one of tho luoet ourajivUut Juris
j Wew Strife and prices Juet Issued, whloh er
l Id aaoordanc with our rule, th I!Us)T Oil
i 0AN for th least money,
1 IT an prepared to appoint t few new Agent.
niuitrsted Catalogue mailed, post-paid, ea
0T SHONINGER ORGAN CO.,
07 to ItS CHESTNUT 6TBEZT, ,
NSW HiVSH, OOKK.
W': '' ' J.lVAJaf? ysataaKsateM IllTaaaaiaWnir I III
ia.fr -1 " .. r!lMfinElKaFs,sannKBFsSBBa
II U S I N K S H 0 A 11 1) H,
T.C. MACKHY.M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Kmimui; City, Ohkuon.
V. II. OOI-DKX, M.l).
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
M MtSIIPILI.I), OlIKllO.V.
V. W. TOWlClt, M. I).
Y. V. ANClKIi, M. 1).
PHYSICIAN ani. SURGEON
CiHHllte City, ()(lii.
S. 11. Maziiiii, J. W. Uamii.ion
HAZARD it IIAMIIrON,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Will practice in tho vaiiuus cmiits
of the state.
(H'Ktri: at KMi'tui: city, Oiix.
J. 2ML. SICa-LIlT.
ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW
D.MPlIti: ITV, 00N.
Collections and other biiNincss placed
in my hands, will receive prompt alien
V. l WltKUIT,
S. Mhtmtl anil I'. S. Deputy
S V 11 V K Y O II ,
Coijiti.i.i: City, 0n.'
Will attend to thehuxiiiess of surveyiii;
in ill iv iiart of the cotiutv.
Perfect limps of all surveved lands, fur
E. (!. (1 It I N 1 It () I) ,
ATTliBNEY asd CllUSSELUlB AT LAW,
IUMl'Iltlll OITV onmaoN
A shure o ipublie iattoiiai;e is renpect
lull m hoi.
?tl a iH'k. fl'Jn dav at homo iasi-
lv iiia.lo. Costly .unlit fri-o. Addrcum
Tin i: to AtiKtixtii, Maiut'. I
EQnal to Any. ExceM ty None.
Taylor & Farley
aianufactured at IVorciitfr, 71a...
i . alt HmjTWIMM of any value mi)r bt found
In th.i. in.ttuin.ntt, ad they 'cMiuin in.uy
SJ R1jus i- ot.er Ofrn.
Alrnlna to produon work whloh .h-ll b. '
uurnuie. wo win no noruio ina wnion
'J "oi "& ft .JnJrS'fRS,
Sljllslt nud Aiiproi.rlato I'm eg
tit iu!Jil by any.
a 8 RCQARt
at ran (e fotind in the maiVet, m ill a finith whkli U
Award with HedaU Diploma or Honor
WAS CNTtO it THE
CINTENNIAL EXHI0IT10H COMMIJSlOHtRJ:
Ferluiraiv In Wiiimaaiili.Eiissni, tlUTTiai
tBIUllltl Of TOir, aalferalti 'a Neir tot Ceatral
stlllti is SetkuUtl JftlUarn f r lai iiriiiti latiiM.-'
Do not fall to nulie opplicaiioi am!
EXAMINE THEQ15 INSTRUMENTS
Caulogiiti frit, en aprJication to the
rti 1 a e a m
i Tavlor & Farlev Ori?an Co.
! nrnnnroTv-D u?Co
." let sao jmt day it t Iioim. iiiiijiIck
"ortu 5 free. AiMtcfh Ktinkox & Co.
E, B, DEAN & CO!
13. 11. UK AX, U. WILLCOX
Wi: iiavi: Ar.wAVH o.v ITanha 1'cix
STOCK ALWAYS COMPLETE
MA.NMKACTintlOJ) TO 0HDKK
SOLD IN ANY QUANTITY DESIRED,
anil al t)m
THE LOWEST LIVING PRIGE8.
NASBURG & HIRST
1',uostSthi:i:t, Maiihiiiiku)( Oo.v
NKW 0001)8 IIVKVKUY8TP r
erjkoepcoii-lmitly on ImtiVli,,
consttsing of tliu host slaploaud fiu,c
of all kinds, tho choicest
A N I)
A I.AIKIKHTOt'K KW
HOOTS mid HIlOKs
ItimilKHS nmlOII. Cr.OTIS0
SMlM'HUa ami OII,ri.()TJi '
CMUM'KKUY mill CILASH
Cigars and Tohacco,
Palntx, (Ills anil Vanillic,
!i i Wliie.i and l.li) u,
Tin w lie and AiiiiiiiiiiIKou.
CUTI.EIIV, WOOD tuttl
3T-trji.ivijriif ci- cvooom
OiirexteiitiveMhoweascM aie filled
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS.
PRICKS TO Sl'IT Till' TIMKS.
N. It.--All jjoodn purrhiiM'd at our
Store will he didivcred free oi eluiruu
nt any point on the lotite of the
tlimuicr .Nlyrtle. vl-1 tf
t'OX'S ItABtlir.It MIOIN
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