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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 17 July 1868

, d . -. . - -- - See the Advertisement >'l llr. l;■_..Ult - -iri-i Fuller notice next week, Speaking.—Hon. S. K. _,___._ and Maj. 1). A. Grimsley -.till iKldrc* 4 . t!.'. bit—ami of this county at Robinson's, on Saturday, the 25th Instant. Apples now-sell at fourteen dollars per barrel in New York, ami apples from this country sell for two dollars In gold per dozen in Hong Kong, Cur Oct the piece about coal ollac fcldents. parte il lv and rel •- to it w ■heuovci* you buy 61}. Test it your self; don't trust to other people, Drought. — Willi, there have been line rains :iU around us. we, in this Im mediate vicinity.have But suffered for near ly four weeks fro vi drought- Our gar den! are ':o;ii*y tilled up. A Female Sen." i. is mac.- wanted here by tbe fathers. of families. V.'c should like f" Ice oni established. ami cordially invite those interested lacotOn here, make the acquaintancee ul our ped l pic ami talk with them o. (he aubjoe (. I.ami S.ii.ks.- A. P. Routt, Agent, sold ...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 17 July 1868

LADIES' BOOTS. nv on _____■«, ai-liiitVti .luat to put you cm your guard 111 give you, siiorl and brief, A Binnll hotel experiences Which filled — y henrt wilh grief: t-xst summer at the l.'lnrcndnli, 1 stopt-*d a week or more, And marked two "booties" evrry morn (—•fore my neighbor's door; Two boots with patent leather tips- Two boots which seem to say, "An nngel trots around ln us;" They Btolc my heart away, I saw the servant tnke 'cm otr, With those of comnion brute's I Ills soul was all on sixpences, But mine was on tin. boots. And often in my nightly dreams Tliey swept before my face, A lady growing out of them. As flowers grow from a .use. But ah I ono mom 1 saw a sight. Which struck me liko a stone*— Home other name was on the books; Those boots were not alone. A great tall pair of olhci bools Were s(s»di-*g by their side, And off, they walked that t-fftorn-on, And with them walked—a bride) __nt—igh, enough—my song Is sung; -.eve's tre. boars bitter fruits; Sett are ot beauty...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 24 July 1868

Chi I■t ir « .' ir*3 in i aa . JIY IJAOIIY A S-foFKR, TtllMMtlf AIIVKIITISISU.— TtieftllloWlllKare our terms at Advertisllii*, wlile'li will, in no \:;-i^;-;,^vJoVii::so, f i:^;.s,.„s. 4 rt'n. S io(. I- aebsubKeqiie.it Insertion 080 (■nesanareltt months 12 ou Uiiesejunre Bntonlbs 8 00 tin* square :imouths... ..JO IliiHliiesKCariK «»*_■' 10 00 Two sti-iire.,!*- months JO W •iitreesuuareH, l'_ months -100 Oiierler column, l-.moi.tlis, 40 00 lAalf column. 12 mouths 7000 One column, ill months liUOO 4H * Advertisements for a less time than !hree luonlbs will be ebaißid feu nl Ibe usu al rates—one dolhirpei'sejimrctor the lirst In sertion, nud llfly cents lor each subsequent Insertion. oi 4 . The number of Insertions must be mark ed on the manuscript, or the advertisement will be continued until forbid aud charged fur accordingly. fi-11-morc St-br. WM. B. ADAMS. lItVINO A. BUCK <, Al» HIS & RICK, IMVollTVlo A-ID JOIUI-ltS Ol* [ CDIXA, GLASS AXD QUEEXSWARE, ANB DK-lt-rt- ll» LAMPS....

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 24 July 1868

to-iiii-siits are rcqtiircti to yivc nonce uy letter when It snflMt-rilier does not lit Ue his pupcr from the office; and give ihe reason .or its not being taken. N_g—-ting to tit* so nukes the post master responsible to tiie pub .lster Cor the payment. Any person who takes it paper renuhirly iroin the postofflce, whether he has sultscrib titl or not, Is responsible for the payment of tint subscription. t tA person ordering bis paper iliseontliiiieel must pity all hitch meres, or (he publisher may c.intliitie lo send 1( until payment Is made, nntl collect, the whole amount, whether it is taken from the office or not. The courts have decided that refusing to take a paper anil periodical from the post filllce, or removing anil leaving them uncall ed for, Isprima facie evidence of intentional Trim*!. The "Engineer" states some disheart ening facts about "progress"—blessed be its name ! We have reached the length of our tether in regard to great Inventions. Walls of adamant stand betwee...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 24 July 1868

Dor sil K-i'iscii I'oLuitin-i•_.—Si _- itit'n spceclic-. .ni,n is goiiio; 1111—1111* foiiclied Ml in Sew York. Sfi-fK-s-.n-i.. — Mr. K. 11. SrnATTON,tlio ieneriil i-f lilt! I.ciliiiont l.if_ nsuraiice Company lins been very gtic ■essfnl here tluriiifr the pust week.— dole about tho Picilmont hereal—r. Ki.kctiok.—lt -cenis to be settled tlmt ;here will be no election in Virginia till iftcr the 1 .TSieJoutial election. The rinds are afraid the vote of the State 1.111 be cast against (_ rant and Coi.kax. WnsiT.—A heavy decline in Balti more—forty-live cents diiiinejthc week; i' 2_o to 12 HO wero prices Saturday a jainst $*J 'M to t.2 Uo Monday before. In ltidimond, wheat has ranged from |2 30 to SS 68. Drouoit Continlks. —The; ground is literally gaping for water—being full of cracks While digging a grave nc-i* this villnje, the workmen observed that the earthwas as dry as powder to the depth of ilteen inches. F. D. JpHxso.v of Culpeper C. ll.,has placed usiiiidci* obligations which th...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 24 July 1868

Y_ -EBEI.ADE AT MIDHIOHTTE. Ye mayden looked from her latlyce On ye troubadours below, As they stood a-tu-lng -heir voyces, At mldnlghtto, fn a row. In a row beneath her tat'tyce, With ye tenor at ye head— A pallyd youth with yellow halt*, Who had ought to have been in bed-. And now ye viols sounded, And ye flute on ye lnidntghtle alrj And dysmal noyscs went wafting out From hym of ye yellow half. ne called her hys sun, hys light, hys slnr. And lykened her to ye moon; And ye viols and flute and light guitar Took np and eoliot— ye tune. And yo longer he sung ye louder Hys voice was pitched, and higher; He clasped hys hands where hys heart should be, And, ln verse, swore he was on fyre. Then ye mayden smyled a pensive smyle ffAnd went to her lyttle* stand, And appeared in Whyte at ye lattyce With a ewer Id her hii-nl. then ye troubadours grew frahtlc! Atid fiercer ye music grew! fiat onto their heads ye contents She very deßly threw. Ye fyre was quenched! and yo tumult Was over, and a...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 31 July 1868

tsx!ttmort Crabe. n. AIIAJH. IBVINO A. UI'lK -ADAMS & BUCK, IXI'OKIKIK ASil jinuil.lli OF U, GLASS AM) QLIEEXSWARE, AND DEAI.EHM IX E, CtIANDELIEIW, COAjt- OIL, <tc. Ho. 3.17 Baltimore Street, And 52 German Street, LTUOIIK, M D. ire now manufacturing our own mp*, and can offer inducements in nch of business, iber 15, 1807.—1y. WM. CANBY. iikkn * nn Claris K4MSV. GILPIN & CO., IMPORTKW) AND .rOBHKIt.S Of DRUGS, . Corner Light and Lombard Sis- BALTIMORE. PROPRIETORS of Stabler's Ano dyne, (Cherry Expectorant,Stabler's l)la rhoea"Cordial,Stabler'sUr.Chapman's Worm Mixture, Norrin' Tonic or Fever and Ague Mixture, Nimmo's Mixture, Wright's Worm Killer Gllpiu'a Vegetable Tills, Chalfmil's oeo Oreuin. November 15, 1807. Boyd, Pcarre &. Co., IMFOKTKRS tOtm WIfOLKHALK DEALERS IN CLOTHS, CASSIMEREB, Satinets, Cottonades, and Fancy Dry Goods, No* S, Hanover Street, BAI/I'IM O RE, MI). X. M KKIfIIKKE IIOYO. ATBIIAY riAHKU. OLIVER 11. FRAHKE. November 15, 18U7.—lv. »_ I—k— , BEIP...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 31 July 1868

*mjSL_. .. -i 11," ■ t I LITEBABY JOURNALS IN '.THE SOUTH Whenever one of these enterprises Inaugurated, we tremble for the pub lishers, for past experience lias clear] taught that the people of the Sotitli at too indifferent to the establishment o a permanent and distinctive literature The flashy and trashy publications o the North have always superceded th more sober and solid effort* ot Soutl em men. 'I his is deplorable, but strict ly true, and it is with pain that we re cord it. But we are pleased to kno that a revolution has begun iv tills re *nect, and that a portion of the Soutl em people, at least, are awake to th necessity ol sustaining periodicals, am newspapers ot their own stamp, bavin the ring of the true metal about them This pleasing truth is evident by tli appearance and manifest stability o two literary journals now upon ourta brf. The Southern Home Journal, editei and published by J. Y. Slateb, Esq. iraltltnore. Md., at $3 per annum, oue of the handsomest papers o...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 31 July 1868

LOCAL HEWS. , Si-ii.i, HisuivAi..—"Who," (he incorrigible Haiikmas, "who can doubt Lincoln's greatness ? Even when dying lie showed how Ab'ii-lil he was." Oak Uabk.—Mri Ec<i.orr has sh'.p )ed from this po|tit, within the past two months, about tifty tons of oak-bark, anil the cry 18 still it come*. Wnr.AT.—lu some cases tin! Wheat iti this county has not turned out as well as expected, but \\\o yield generally is im/bD above an areragc. Mono yon LadUM Siioi'i-isn.—"Put not your trust in printses." Song lo 1 ' I lit to. Ditto. "Skeins that are brightest." I Si'mac.—Large umiiititles are coining {n, and a sumac mill, started within ten of Where wo write, goc3 all day long, like An illioartlilj and eternal jar ly, making ns very nappy. • TeAt;iiKtt.--Any private lamily which ile»lres a female teacher ran hear ot a |rst-rate one, with the best recommeii fjations, by applying in person or by letter to this olllce. Cobs.—We learn that a number of our farmers are still holding their cor...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 31 July 1868

iNOL a urum was neara nor a iunerai note, As his corpse to oblivion we hurried ; Not a groan escaped a gentleman's throat When the carpet-bagger was buried. We buried him deep In dirty soil- So deep that they will ne'er uncover him, Unless some Radical boring for oil, By the dearly loved scent should discovc him. Ills comn was made of a ballot-box; With white men's votes we bound him; And he looked like a baboon taking his res With Hunuicutt's paper around liiui. Few and short were the speeches we made, And we sung not a doleful ditty; But his body and spirit together we laid, Just out of the White Man's City. And as we were hastily tramping back, 'Twas said If the d—l don't take hlin, He'll quietly sleep in thu grave so deep, 'Till the trumpet of Gabriel shall wall him. edy for a deaf woman r Because it makes her hear. The music of the cotton mills is *aid to be made by the bands that run the machinery. Why is the map of Turkey, in Europe, like a dripping pan I Because there is Gre...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 7 August 1868

* Mil- %>%- *•>*-*. WHY DOST THOU WAIT ! Poor trembling lamb! Ah, who outside the fold Has bid thee stand, all weary as thou art? Dangers around thee, and the bitter cold, Creeping and gnawing to thine inmost heart; Who;blds thee wait till some mysterious feetlng, < Thou knowest not chance may I never know- Shall find thee where In darkness thou art < kneeling, I And fill' thee with a'rich and wendrous i glow Of love and fatth j and change to warmth and light I The chill and darkness of thy spirlt'snight? '• For miracles like thlsjwho bids thee wait? j Behold, "tho spirit and the Bride say, come." , The tender Shepherd opens wide the gate, ( And in his love would lead the gently home. ~< Why shoiildst. Thou wait? Long centuries ago, i Thou timid lamb, the Shepherd paid for 1 thee. Thou art His own. Wouldst thon His beau- f ty know, f Nor trust the love which yet thou canst I not see? t Thou hast not learned this lesson to receive, I "More blest are they who sec not, y...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 7 August 1868

SBWIfPAPER LAWS. r-ostmaHtcrs arc required to ulve notice li when a KiiliHerllH-r iloes mil lake li paper from the olllce; uiul give tin- reaso for Ils nut lieiuu taken. Neglecting to do • makes the post master raatpoaalliluto Ihc put .Isher for llie paymi-ut. Any pcrNon who takes a paper reKUlnrl from'the lxmtorrice, whether he nasNUOKcrlt ed or not, is responsible for the payment i th« subscription. ||A person ordering his paper discontinue must |>ay nil arrearages, or the publisher in* continue tw scnil it until payment is maul and collect Iho whole amount, whether It taken from tlm olllce or not. The courts have decided that refusing: ( token paper und periodical from tin- pus office, or removing ami leaving them uncul ad for. Isuriiiiu finite cviilence of luleutloui When Aaron Biiui plotted treason, he went to the then far Weat to concoct 111* schemes. Of late, the ltadical lead ers have a habit of going close to the Kocky Mountain* every summer, thert te hatcli.vei.om, and ...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 7 August 1868

Mistake.— ItistheWyuttWiue Plant, not the lie-plant, from which Captain place makes such delicious >slne. It Is really a delightful and wliolcsoillc beverage. (Jikbt.— Wliieh do we [uefer, repeat ed nightly disttti-bailees and general j.iil deliveries, or a town Incorporated and Kept In order at the expense of a few dollars? Gonoovsvii.Lß News.—A young lady named I'attkrson shot at, but did not hit, a young man named Fat'LOOXU in Oordonsville, last week, llcvenge is auld to have been her motive. Coon Imu P. 9. says that when gentleSJieii go out of the Church just before the collection is taken lip, they ought to lie chased by the bag-holder and made to fork over. How is it?— Everything that comes up out of the ground, no matter brings a-high price. Think of oats sell ing at 88 cents. And yet there is no money in the country ! We don't un derstand it. Si'kcial Attention Is directed to the advertisement of Capt. Tom I'ktton— an upright man, a faithlul and skillful workman—and also ...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 7 August 1868

11l 1,|,.1,1,|,. 111110. Oh ! wou4d that Id been born a boy, How happy I would be; I'd be the envy of the men, The girls should worship me. I'd wear a graceful hat, Not a stove-pipe afTalr, And from beneath its brim should flow Rich waves of dark brown hair. I would not be a fop, you know, For fops I do despise ; Rut dress with style and taste enough, To please the ladies eyes. Whene'er I felt in "melting mood," To Laura Keene's I'd go; And oh! blest thought of Liberty, I shouldn't need a beau. I'd have a night key—that I would, And I'd go out and In Without a dozen folks to ask, "Why, Belle, where have you been." I wouldn't drink, or chew or swear, I wouldn't—yes I would, I'd smoke cigars, provided I Could always get them good. I'd have a dozen pretty girls. For ' cousins"—nothing more; And theu I'd have a dear brunette, A darling I'd adore. A'darllng, melting, black-eyed love, A teasing, hugging elf; With yielding charms, and round white arms; A dear Just like myself. I'd never sl...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 14 August 1868

THE THREE VIOLETS. We met in a garden, she and I, Aa fair a maiden as over was seen, With a form like a poet sees iv his sleep, And a race like Proserpine. And the envious violets hid in the leaves, Peeped up In her race as she passed. And the roses thought that the queen or the dowers Had come to their court at last. She looked so pure und she looked so sweet, That—torglve me virgin mother In Heav en— I fell as though I could kneel at her feet, To have my sins forgiven. And I plucked the violets close to her feet. And, sighing, I handed the buds to her; Willie the lovo so long In my heart nalcep Thrilled into love at a touch from her. She took the vlolots from my hand, With her delicate, dainty ftnger tips, Which seemed as though, they had borrow ed their hue From the red of her rose-hud lips. And two of the flowers she put to sleep In her fair young bosom In peace to rest, And the third at tlm throat where tho ripples Come up irom the heave of her breast And I thought as I gazed o...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 14 August 1868

PRIDAT MOBNI*'"(*,::::::::AUGl*ST ft, IS6S. j NBWgPAPKH. LAWS. Postmasters are reo v I red to give not 100 hy I letter when a subscriber doe. not tske lilm paper from the olllce; and alve the reason - f&r Its not belmr tukon. Neplecttng to do so ] Innkcs the postmaster responsible to the pub lisher for the payment. Any person who takes a pnper regularly from tho postoflics, whether he lin* siiliscrih e.\ or not, la responsible for the payment of i the subscription. i|A person ordering his paper discontinued must pay all arrearages, or the publisher may continue to send It until payment la made, and collect the whole amount, whether it ia i taken from the) office or not. Tlie courts have decided that refusing to ' takes paper and periodical from tho post office, or removing and leaving them uncall ed for, is jprima facie evidence of intentional i fraud. Owing to Dr. Baobt's temporary sick ness, the lecture for the benefit of the Orange Memorial Association, which was to have been...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 14 August 1868

LOCAL NEWS. Coax.—Our corn crops look splen didly, utter the late rains, but the ef fect of.he drought will be seen at shuck ing time. The Fair.—The ladies ot the Episco pal Church are working like beavers for their fair which takes place on August Court-day. It will »'c a splendid affair. Hook, Weddkbbcrn & Co —See the .advertisenreiit of this great house, which is destinC'd to be, if it is not already, the leading house of its class in Alexan dria. "Bio Tomatoes.—Our friend, Roirr. E. KiNtiiEi.oE,has sent us two tomatoes, each of which he say weighs two pounds. They look like It and we are much obliged to him. Oot any "roiiß'n cars," Hob? _____ Good Shavi;.—The eating of raw on ion* and the cursing ol Yankees ex cepted, a good shave Is the greatest of luxuries on a hot day. Ham Robinson Is a good shavist, for he shave* with a "rattler." Cabpevtebs.—One day many years ago, when we were in a great city, we made an engagement to take ft young lady to the opeta. We hadn't a cent I...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 14 August 1868

Taxes! taxes! nothing but taxes! Taxed upon all that mail can eat; Taxed on our flour anil taxed 011 oar meat, Taxed upon all that covers Ills back, l'rom bis cotton shirt to his broadcloth black, , Taxed on whatever is pleasant to see, To hear or snip 11, to feel or to be. Taxes! taxes! nothing but taxes! Grinding our noses as sharp as axes. AND WIIAT ARE TIIEI TAXED FOB ? Why, the Freedmou's Bureau to keep in re pair, So that Radical loafers can each have a chair, And a chance for the pickings and stealings there. a- Tuxes ! taxes! Republican taxes! Taxes on the coHAn and taxes 011 tlie erlb, On the old man's shroud and tbe baby's bib, To pamper the bigot and fatten the knave, Taxed from the cradle plumb to tbe grave. AND WHAT ARE IH* TAXES rOR? Why, to buy nil the rogues they can find far and near, And to give to each thief all his stealings in clear! Taxes! taxes! Republican taxes! For rich men to shirk and poor men to pay From the pittance they earn by tbe work of the day. By t...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 21 August 1868

BY rnM.sri.NE. Lay him to rest; Labor is done; Lire's race Is ended, the goal has been won Never again, In temple or hall, Will he respond to the loved mystic call. Lay him to rest- Brother and friend, Angels to guard him from Heaven descend, From that Grand Lodges— "Upward, away I" Came the stern summons we all must obey. Vacant his seat Henceforth must be, Brother and friend, we are weeping for tbe* Ltgbt rest the turf Over thy head, Softly tbe sunlight around thee bo shed. ■When life is o'er, May wo all meet, Forming a brotherhood, pcrfect--complete; In the Grand Ledge, Glorious and bright, Founded In wisdom, strength, beauty am light. HUSBANDS_ AT HOME. ▲ RACT SXKTCn FOR TBK LADIES. Mrs. "Patsy Spangle," a charming ' correspondent of the Louisville Ccir- I ler,addressesthefollowitigtoMr. "Yub j A. Dam." There are many ladies, we \ dare say, who think with Mrs. Spaugle, If they ilo not speak out. To them this letter will be a great treat: SFAKULE AS A LOVER. I first met Spangle a...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian. — 21 August 1868

r.n=in»iD*t«rs are required to give notice by letter when a suusci'lber doe* not take hi* imper from tho olllce; ami give the n-nsi.ii for its not being taken. Neglecting to do no makes tlie noM master responsible to ihepub ,>her for tin- payment. Any person who takes a paper regularly fro) a tlie prntofllce, whether he tins subserltiu «•(. or not, i'- responsible tor the payment ot t (n* subscription. »|.\ person ordering his paper discontinued must pay j\Harrearages, «>r the pnblibhermay continue to send It until payment is mode, and collect the whole amount, •whether it In taken from the office or not. The courts have decided that refusing to take a paper and periodical trom tin.- post" ofliee, or removing and leaving them nneall rl for. Is iTtmu faults evidence of inl-.-iil.oiml "i ifiinue. THE RICHMOND WHIG. This sterling and high toned journal the organ par excellence of the eotintr; gentlemen of Virginia, ha* passed hit the hands of Messrs. Ai.ex. Moselt am Jonx C. Shie...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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