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   Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - February 1, 1861, Cincinnati, Ohio                                 m t m mil i „• ' i f . j ^ 1 •- i a " f ' fllv 1. P .-£ ;-* 1 K- , T" r ' J* - " i j ' ^ ^ ' i i3i''' » ^; i ^ l • f y s V \ : ; ; ; ' s''''.' 1 11 • s .1.1 i.''.; ". i Ih ^' K ^ t?^ i :;; i?   ! - • _ i ' _ ^ ' "• - \ '^ f » t-" eM.".\-^- r^' r'mseiw* Mrrs-: i ^:< VOLUME r INSURANCE COMP^ yS'IES. B y S t a t « ' A ! t t ! s o - ' f t yI CHOICB FIRST CLASS IN SUB AM CB BTTHB NEW- YORK ADVERTISEM'TS IXOOBPOEATLD 7. SI9 OOJRTER P E B P f i T C A t. Ca  O0, OOO. ( ABSOLOTE AND U> IIMPAIRED.) W i t h a net S u r p l u s of J . j l 4 , 1 4 2 S7, ABdlhoprosllgeof FOBTVONK ye i r o ' success and experieuce, the annual iuconia biiing n'euily triph.. t h a t of auy Fire fnsnrance Company in the CTnited States. I NSURES agaiiist lia. igersof Fire and Perils of Navig » li.< n, on ii9 liivuruble t e i n i s a s c o n s i s t e n t with solvency and profit. LOSSES EQDIT. VBLTAL'JL'STUb AND PROMPTLY - PAID.- ETpvrai- ds o ^ S] I3,000,000 Of losoCB have boen p& Id by t h e J ^ t n a InsuranceCcmpa. , ny, in tha i " ii. 171 Vino sir,? et : J . J . HOOKER, Agont, Fulton, ( I 7 l h Ward;) P . S . BUSH, Agent, Covington, Kv.; O. P. BnOHAN.\ N', Agon., Newport, Ky.; - F. C. BENNETT, ) W. 7. CHDRI'H, J- Super^ isiag Ag'tsA . idjomers; J . W. O. SI. 1IRALL, I MABTFN .^ TERN, Sf. licif. r, : t4 Jnckron Street. B r a u c l i O H I G S , K o . l 7 1 V i n e $ 1 . C I n c l n ' t I. it^^. M! bn- iliioes ultend'? d to nitiidispatch. and fldelity.. di:' CT- ly:? uu;^ J. B. BENNETT, General Agent. Central Park Fire Insnrance Company OF THK OITY OF NKW " Y02K, OFFICE : 130 Bnif- lwi. y.   ni.  li! ieim. 2r, A. A. VAlrn^ in-". B. F. sil. iiTi" ii, M. irt iJi liiiiz, J . V U Hw-' ilir-' ii.- li. Wm. Oui. Jkinrt. J. J- ieobaoo, Emmn^ l Kiilshi. jBuBiis B-'-- at3Ji; lay, P- Gottcetreu, . M Mo- is, B. Bcnirr'- r, Jnlius Di^' U, - Jarob .^ dl. jr, B. Brunner, . - , Wm. Hellor, A. Limbiirger, Ti. Groa^ mnyer, ->- Strahlli..'' im, S. fluiinman, o" Roi'- inheflh, Wm. Openln i.- n, M.'. yer S.- hut?-, * " • ? " " B- icb'-, II. B- Olailiii. Ty. LKhnn. T. ' Li- i'iC R'lsenliniini, Bernlinril r! ay.? r, G- M- I. ev. Miiri't. Ale-^- nnJerSlroii- fl, luliii-' Sai- il, ". lon- iph Uni." inl, . 1 , HyarSiorn, - J P.- iliL^ miih. Herrrinn Frieni, Max Well. ' P. W. Fr. iijk, M. WI. IIHCII, V. Fr. inl'. mhoiinir, II. Stem, . P. Fre^. tinmi. Jullu. 1 Hart, ' J. i- oph Mrr. iise. . Iwib S'H. Inker. A. ?|{ iJUELflAf'HEU- PrM- i1.-|. t. n . nCRN^ CIMEl:, Vice- P.--; l• i.^•'^ t- B. ROTHSCarLD, ^ I'creiary. « ni I. T •~- M KG NO IA A. Fire and Marine Insuraace Company, C n p ( i r . l S t o c U , ! - ? I O U , 0 0 0. D i r e c t o r s : W. 0 . if. inn, S. jl. I . n i i , Jni Bughi- r, S. 0. •• ewt. in, C. n . ' f j r . 14 He- iir- r. V/ C. V i r i i i e r h i l t i n . t>.  rf, Wm. U. .^ .. vrn. Rha'i U- . Mar.  - ' - • a ' i P ^ E - r S t ' • i ? 3 p ' ; 5 - ~ 3 * ' 5--=? - . ^ ' ^ 3 S « - • - ' S - ' i ^ ? - ; U 5. t n ? C B — 11 - of i - - i lH n I n aj o 3 •~. ti » i - i* * w. CD V.' 3- CD - 1 - * EKl'- ECi HY" W. W. Srarbumiigb,. JlileK Gre. inv.'. K. d, Tylar llavid'^ on and Co. i3. D'tvis, J r . , and Co., • ; ' - ' ^ ^ ^ i - ' = ' ^ ^ : t l f3 tr. I 5 » 0 " Jl tJ — o o : s : r. o 3 - o s o 5 pnr-.' Mi. ssioN. TO W. n. Smith anil C. i. Rnii' 3on, Wilby anil ' ' o. Uunnonell, Ilili and Co. Twe4d and Sihley, l^ chloss Brothers, Manufacturers, of UMBRELLAS & PARASOLS, J j i iy- M0. T4. Warren S l f c t. NEW TORK. G. ROSENBLATT & BROTHER. , Importers and Jobbersof- . . . tUILL. B.' VUBSY G O O D S, D'lU'. i^!^ TKr. M. MIXG."^, l-. VCK- S WIIITI-: GOODS, llO.^ IKItV. Ac, Anil a E; eni-' rn. l ari- orliin'nt of Smal' Wares, IJo. 78 C l i a r j l e r s Stroel, 1 hrce doors wen ot Brondfay, NEW YORK. Gouds rewlved from Aii- ti , n daily, and sold at o p" r cent ndvii'iice fur. Cunh.- au3 I j S i l l g m a n J Aill » r. Saintun Rosaiibhitt. . TavtropoiStan » Siirl V^ arebou » e. ADLER & ROSENBLATT, BlnnoriL'turors .> r . i^^ lKT. S, COLLAK. S. DUA WEILS, A; r., ua- l I. v _ - S^ ii Broadunyi [ up slairs, J NFW VORK. Freedmin Rosenthal anjJ Goodman, BIauuf. ii- tni'f- r3 and Imporu- rs .- f - . Vo. 31: 8 Broadway, b.- tv, i--'  li^( nier. Z'NN & BSROLZHcIHER, I MPORTEK* of Frencli, ' jenuan anl En'^- liph Fnncy   r.. Ke. Ilnlirk A Cu. Wiiii.'..... li. Oi'uc.> rj, Ei5lox, Pa . P S. jJli.: lier, Kt.,. V A ^ I. K. iiik. do T- R- --^ itgrtaveB. Wli. jle-.- iIe Li- vii'- r'P<  j. a n .. u. lt.- niirg Bk'. Sirondsbur.;. Pa. . K'ha . V. Sl. ikifl, .^;! e- it 11.. p.- rtpr.-. t- ii, do lli; nry G. SlieL.- l. E- q , Ci'U'- nin. iti. f. \ V" Wolf, iHilii « n', i. » , I J . IJ ^ mi•' ll,-^- er,'.• Ti|'- ii!: o, T, Fre-' din. jii, P r i r - i i . ftblfi- li KR.' iXK'.'^ HKHi'^ R^ r l! OiT] ri^ iirKi\~ I.-.' i'Pi- iMi- m mill n t'r. luritrn-- l, . NKH" YOlIIii I'lil'liih.^ r uf [ ha l.- ilc.' I IMilici. sof A" e-. (. V- C." . r - i - i j - . r- f^ cri ,= i- i; n: 3 W;: h G- Tiii m snd E P E I I - I I Tr- iii-'. i'i - n, i. . Mso, Imi urter of nil llel. r..- n P. iikB p. il. IMied eNewiirre, and all .. ther ariiclisripiieriiiniiit- tu t h e Ju » i.^ li (" lilh. J i i - t nou r^.- iii.- ii. . LT e.';!..' i:/- i" i.-'. iu, 1 the b l i ! oi- lecled at. i-. k evi- r i. np. irii,..(, . li- .'^ ilkil. a- l W- iiili.- ii ~ v"''-: 3 nti-' l r- j- « , TII-"^ — ' - 3 , ,•^ 1- 101-- f'- iini .-?! u p tr, i.' lll . - T t r o ^ j - ' - p - i t i . . , , Sfc. all " if iilij.' h avn .-. jlo'.' t ••! I..\ r. iir Dof.? pln II! l? iirnp.?. a-' a- i'-' i D'li- i^ N ^ T ! I I bi* rciv.' ivdd in . h,,.- n f i - n- in 10 f- Dl, bl » Il'i r.* ? i-'- Mll cl Tll t.| ,^ 11 p LTl'^ .' T ihl- ri, ilr- ll ^;; It-'.- un. i C. iiia. l- i'j, lo iir.- iie tli.' r, j al the I'. ir. I — l ' i'i r */ e. i' Y'- i k- .-. - - P. Pfeiffer S. Frankenhoimor P. Walter. . i\ iVE^ l£ F, KR:^& CO.. . " Manufacturers • O F ' '••' ' IMPOUTEi^ S AND JOBBEK. S, T A I J L O K I N a G O O I D S , No. 37'. itBrondivuy, nppusito Tay tor's Salonn,- - '' rioyg'^ ly '- • ' " ' '-' I ' NEW TOIEK. Linen.- 5, Sbawl.-;. liaiitlkerchiefs, Sec. ROBERT SEIMMON & CO, •- . - . I uipvT l e r s ' aud GOMMISSlOiY MKRCHANTS, 6SA (, OBeidoslr.> et, f » el4 lyj NEW TO- BK. ' SLO COM B 7 " STOW E L L ^&~ Co7 . IMPORTEBS OK , , -; British, French & German DRY GOODS FOR MEM'S WEAR. „ ttt,', Jb and J J , P a r k Place, , JylO- ly. - ." NEW YOBK. WILSON G. HUNT ^ Co., IMPORTERS OF WOOLLEN AND OTHER GOODS, Adapted to M^ N.' S WEAR, No. 30, 32,3| 1 ASH, P a r k Place, oorner of Church street, JylO" l. v. . . . . NKW YORK. Wna. Jl. Scliloss^ No - 21 Wurren ' sireei '. '. NEWTflBK. I BEO to inform my' frieods, CHatomers, and the pntil i r , thai T^ iUl coutiaue'Aud always bave on hnnd a. Ur,- e, vrell- boiigJht, & fldlecied stock of GOODS, auch as Cloths. Cassimeres, n a gruut vnriety, wbicb i offer or" sale at lua loweat Murkei prices. Bia- t''>'/' i'er. i ami '. Terchiml Tailors, coming to t h i s mark i t , n i l l d u tiell t o c x a a i i i . e mv s t o c k . . WILLI AM J. SCHLOSS, Ko. 11 Wf. rreii Street, NEW YORK. ^'- B.— Slore closed, and no lusinett transacUJonSalur- ' f^" l- jel2 ' !• - ^ ilk SSonKc. '• RflTnscniLD, BEPjniiiBER & SALoaicrs, Imponers and Jolriieri> of ,9 A SI L « i:, aard- Mreet,- a- r-. w duor. i westof Broa. iway, Nb'W YORK. /" VON'JTANTLY on hand, a large an- l varied BssorimtDt \ i ' It S i A P L E AND. F. INCY DRY GOODS, HOSfERY, i l L ' t r f . ' i . A ND GENTLEMEN'S FCRNISHING i:, r', 0, X> S., . -^ New York, Ocl31- if. STEINER' BROTHERS'~ . fe " CO'.. - M. innriiclrirors and Wholesale Dealers in No. - 16 Doy Street, nnr; 1 i jn » yeiO I ' O i ' f r. ?. E. fia'ile. - " ^ sTfiKhi S. E . l I A L i L E & CO., ITnni. f, ic!- nrrr9> t' froDorfere of Eilsebs, OreVEtr, Nc.- I. l! eii, F u r i i i n b l n s t. aoAn, Are., So. 14 L'ATclav s t r e t t iTp Suiirui, N E W YORE. • 1r.|-> rqpriiT. i:'.- - MrenHi. t t i - ruV, lr: l i Imporf.? r8 of Frencli and German PRODUCE, No. V2 WA- rraSTB, No. m o L o j i a i n n fira. Mm- . YncK- n » i-- i » inrp. Mp I PHILADELPHIA ADVERT'. M'TS - If n : : - vs^ tsjimj^ vsj^-^' j- ji i'm- r^ ramr^^^. tf^ Hafd- jlbach. Sejii'JD^ ooJ. iOo. Fpringer and WlxiiemaD. Wynne, Hainej k n i l C o . poire,' EckEtein and C J . NATIONAL ISSUSANCE. C0M? A2iy OF U i n O I N N A T I. n i a r l u c , I n l a n d T J - a i i s p o r t a t l o n &. I F l ro R l s l f a t a - l c c u n t C n r r e n t R a l o i i. DISECTOfiS: Wm. Hopwortb, J . L.' Ross, Thomas K. Biggs, Thos. Ong, Marcos Fechheimer, Henry Ellis, curuer uf. M. iin and Ft'. iiil J n h n Borgovno, V. . \ . Wio'l.> raer, i . D. Walbridge,   S T O C K S , 199 BKOADWAV, ( betwcon Fnlt'Ju and Dav Stre? t3.) N E W YORK. Tho sabscribers beg Uav « to inform yoa t h a t they bnve on h i n d ( exclusive o f t h e i r larji- eio.- l: ofmen'a clothing) an exH" neivo nnd well tBleou- d ateck of Youtbs', Bojs", A: Childrijns' Clotbing, comprising ijverj- variel. F of Sl. vleand Materinl, suitable I'. jr Cit. v or Coojilry I'rade, iihii.- h itpy olfor fjr nale, ftt Biich pric- B a. s to defy compeMiioQ. Buyers coming to tills market nill Snd it id ih'iir ndv.- inta^ o to call and examine ourstock bofore piirch i^ ingelseivbore. All theeo arti'^ les ore onr own manuf. ictare, and h. v, ing bei^ n sele c t e d . a n d mado up under tbe s- jperripion of the De', t Tulant Ibe Couulry adortlB, wan uur u. s In soliciiing tha t r a d e for a tihare of their pairjrin4.3. Wealso continue to munnfaclnre. ill kindj of . • Stocks, Tics, < tc., . o f t h e . very latesl s t y l e j , and li! iowise keep a g - o j a 8 » r t - rueol of . Tailorini; Goods, conntantly on hond BFRNHEIHKS BC0Ta&- 23r J n l S l y I9il Broalway. 6. H. Strouao Joa. Scrons- s. S. H.. STROUSE &- BROTHER, HAHCrAQTOBRIU OF S H I R T S , COLLARS, DRAWERS, .\. ad tn venters of " PATENT CDKVED SPBIHO" Y O K E S H I R T S . ap3- ly ^ ^^•{ PiitenUia Dec. 23. I- 35G,) : ij.. Ho. - 17 Warron Street. S « '^ ir V o r k . '• Cn(? m) HNl:' rRYKH; -• J! Cbejtuiii sirc'Ci, jsbfve ' 2i [!^ or  S O L M   n n fn c t n r e r , N. W. O r a e r Mirket. ir. d Tljii'il t. rr, •..!', i.. i:.:: PHILADELPUIA. GL OTH n o 1.3! aitSsnisz^ fizc'S- izrcrs'' P r i c e s . :^ 19 Church-. Mlojr, SCROFULA, or KING'S E v i lT ' S a consl^ tatl. in'al diiease, a corrnption of the bl'omi .^- by which this fluid becomes vltL- iied, weak and- moT BeiiiKln the circr( lnilon, i t pervades the whole bodv B ^ may bnrst out in disease on n u / purt of it. • No orcin I. free from its attackwj nor ij thero one '= hlch It may nni destroy- The ScroHiloiis tnlot is vanoQiily caossd hv niercurlnl disease, low living,. disordered or DnbeuHhv food, impure air,' filth , iuci filih. v babiis, the deprewlns Ticei, nnd, aboie at!, by the. leuereal iulecilon Mhau evei- ba ICB origin, Ii is heredii. u- y in the Consliinilon deHcenriing from " p a r e n t s lo children nnto the third rtnd fourth je-^ neratiun ; " indeed, i t i- eeras lo be Ihi, rodrf Him VIli. l nays, •• I will t i s l t the iniquiHoH of Ibefaib •• ni iip.? n thoir children." I t s elf.-. cts lominence by depo^ ilion from the hlood cf r r r t n p t or ulC'jrous mnller, which. In the 1UD~ I lir- Vl nnd interuiiloti? iiii « , is lermed tubciTlei; In IneglnndT' swellio;;^; and on ihe piiri'iice, erupli. jus or sores Thi* fuol cbrrnplion, which engenders in tbo blood, d.; t, rtai! es ihecneriiics of liie, so that scrofulous conFtiimic,., nol only i. itffer from scrofuicna complaints, bnl tbey bate f. ir iBBs. po'aec to wjlhatand the aiiackti of other diieas. e s ; cousequenily vnst numbers perish by dihdrders ' Tfhich, nltbooFh not scrot^ lnus in tbeirnutore, arefitiU r » adercii talul ''• y Ihls tnint ) g'' ihe sysiem. Bloitof tb^ convumpcion which deiimatps the human timily Uaa iu origin directly io Ibis scrofulous cunlaminaiioa- and many dostrocliie dlseauen of lbe liver, kidneys, b'rsin, and, indeed, of all Ibo organs, arise from or ore agiml tated by the samo cnnse. J n e quarter ofall our people are s.? rbrnlonst t b ^ prrsuoj nro Invaded b. v iliislurkini; infection, and their healtb is undermined by i t . To cleanse it from Its sja. tem wo mnst renovate tho blood by an nllerative aMl. cicc. and invipor'ite it by beaithy food and exhrcieo.— ' Sucb'amttdictnowesBpply in A Y E R ' S Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla the'ino'jt egectu: il remc'ly wbich the medical skill ofour timescan dniaefur this every. where prevaiUngand fiuJ mnUdy. ft n combined from the most activo remedlals that have been di.  d i n t r n l h , for Scrofula is adegeneration uf theblood. Tlie parlicular purpose and virtne of tbis Sarsaparilla Is to pan'fv .^ nd re|:.> nerate this vital fluid, without which Bouud henlth 1^ impo^:^ ibleincoQtaminatedconsiiiiiiioB8. AYER'S CATHARTIC PILLS, FOR ALL THIi: PDRP03E3 OF A FAMILY PHV- SIO, are so co- npr.'- iil Ihal diseases w- iibin Ihe raORO of ihelr action cm rareli iiilhjland or nvade them. Their pentir. iiing properli.^ s i>.- arcb, and cleanse, and invigorate every- poriion i. f lhe hQm. in org.- inism, correcting itsdiseiseii nctii. n, au'J reiiorinfr its heallhy vitalities. Asa coni?.-.^ u'..-; co of th?.- H propenie*, the invalid who is bowe- l do'. vn iviili pain or pli. i'  Hull llij Iiojllli or euer^ y restored by a rtra,> dy at onco su hiiiipl... and iiiviiin;?. Not only do tboy cnre the ev&- r..'- day co. iipt iiDr4 of ov. iry bodv, but aUo many formlil* aMe . ini o. iiirreroas dl-.- wfie- i. The iigents below named are ple. i^?! tu r. iriii-. b pnilii my Amencan Almaoai:, ront i i n i i i j ceriii'iciiies of ll. eir iiires : ind dirceiions for thtir U'^. 3 111 ihn full. 71, i n c c. impl.- iinib : Ooiitireness, Heartburn, Hea. luche orisingfrom disordered Stomach, Nurse,!, Itvliieation, Piiin i'l a'ld Morlid Inaction of the Boieei', Flatuhncy, Lc- it of Appel.'- e, .1,- iiiniiice, ari'i other kindred compJaintf art£ i',. j fnrm a tow i- t- te of thebody or ob. Uruction cf uafa- iic- """• AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, FOR THE RAPID C l ' R i ; OF Couchs, Colds, Inflneiii i , lIo. ir- iuiieis, Croup, Bronchitis, Iccipieot CoQjUiiipiion. aiid fi- r ttie rcllofofCon- : itiuiptive Piicients in advanced stiifTirS of the di? e: i: i.}. Sv/ wT'I- i i- f ( ll.? fiL- M c- f its ii; i:' fiilncs3 and so Dum^ rom are ilie cise j of lis cnr. O'i, thac almo. iL every sectloQ of conntr. v . iliotii.. lri i- i per- ous publicly kuown, who have b.? en rc^ wr*-.! I'.- oiii ulnnning nuii even de^ p  rva[ i.' ja. .- uid uhero its virtne3 are known, tba p i.'. ji.: no l.' C^ er h-?: iiiIo iibit.- iDCi. 1oLe 10 employ for till! . l'. str.:. « - in? nnd danpn- roiu iifTe'IIions of the pnlmonory i- r^' sns tij. vlnre iiiciil  nsyer iur.^? l, nnd | iru. liiccd cur.^ 100 nnmerons and >, » raa « r.' Tai> I(? ti> ba furcotten. PREP- iRED BY ED J I . J . C-. .-^ ^ " E R & CO. LOWELL, MAEB. ArioiirPiemcdieii aro I'lr Bile b. v S U I R E , Kt BflTFI. S .4 Cii , Cin;: DDiiti, Ohio, and by nil Dru.; iri. t  n7- J. V , PHrL. vr> nLPjii. 4. JOSl^ Pil. JLIPKA &. C0., MnnuMrlpr-^.'.- of ' Hoavy Fane/ Cottoa Goodi" for PHTLADELPHTA". Hl'?- lV BALTIMORE HOUSES. -' M. iTiit; i.,|-. ir.> r.  .\> ic..> r[ r. i-. ni ofGcat'o F u r i i i - h i o " GOO- IB, .- ilWUl3 r. n biii.. l. Ti- iuir und- ir conipor. ilively ver. v fi.- nall o:: pfltiW3, an. J f M i i i j ; wurk done cbeap- T th.- in io New Voru . ir I'lnladr- lphia, wo ar> 3 enabled to offer partieuhir inauconti.. inI. i 10 ih-- Tra- ie in p> ntral ntid lli- j j e b - bf- rj in pariicuiiir- Oiir Over. illti, Dniwers nnd llickory ShirU ure extra lTr~ ci piz. is a'jd woll a d i p t t d fjr rhe Re- ' 1 UKNBLfLL, SUDE &' W^ Co2Uiis: o- N Mer- cirAMTs, aod AgL^' nlB for lhe anle ol AQir; rican Woollens, my20] 11 S. Cliar^ J rir- ijt, ' DALTIMORO, ^. fOHN FALC0NER7 C o m m i s s i o n M e r e h o , n t ', Cornf- r Charka . t German StretiR, BALTIMORH, u g , Qaa on band, from tho i U a n a b : t t u e r s , ' a n d offet for 5jJe, at thoir pricis — a m b r e t l c i . Traveling baga. Shirts, LiDflQ Collars, Drawera, Susf-^ nJera, Stoctfl, Cravats and Ties, may29- ly - T- i- ltJl- • " ' V ^ t t - - KTT.' ir-:- - iti'' lffl- ~--:' pvt-. -' SsBl/^ f < s.' 3,^^- i7:;,; a' l~ w'gj_: C i f I h J *_^. : ^ ! ^ 31 ,?• - J . B : _ - -- iS^ S/----. H.' RiB. . fu': c- • ^ 35SS!^ SSSl4i '' • • e":.:=':—, S: itaF— ^ A " ^ ^ -; — ir;^ w!.— lasS . Ss'g— i ~ i;-' aT3| zrie. g3; Zz:, 5-: xr'! L\' rag. zizr'K- K' ' ii'J fl'fiif'--,; - • Urfti --- J'JTA'. J^ iTi"'- ' 4?& i'i— L^ 3:  ~ ' - . ' ^ ^ \ ^ ^ Glov.? 3 and HoBlery, Bon- inp Sli't and Twist, Machine Sewing Silh, T WcdiiinRS, Spool Cotton i c , Ac , Ac. RICE, CHASE &" Go:~ COMMJS.'- IOlf ilCRGHANTS, tor the sale of American Cotton and Woollen Gooda. ... 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