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S '.'■ E 12 L E,S A T U R D A Y,
JANUARY
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M a N 18. R A Ii 3,
Minerals, particularly the metallic ores, are j
chiefly mstrlbut.ed over "and below the surface j
of the ear eh in layers or masses', in lodes, or j
large veins, running parallel with, or traversing
the general course or the stratification of the ■
rook; .in nests or pockc-tiT, in nodules, which are
oonoretiori3 nr accumulations of minerals of small1
extent; and in small veins- mi oh are either
branches of heavy veins, or traversing larger j
veins, ramifying the rook in all directions. ■<
The transition lock is the domain of metalliferous deposits. Here we find more variety and abundance then in any other geological formation, in j
this rock the best qualities of ores are also       j
found. The secondary rooks, or those which con-   j
tain bituminous coal, do not furnish so £reat a   j
variety of minerals as the transition rooks,and  j
many kinds are not found at all in them.  In the  j
latter there is an absence of gold,silver,copper,
antimony and other substance::. It furnishes chiefly Stone-coal,iron, limestone, and often a
little lead or zinc, but these latter only in a   ;
very limited quantity. Mineral substances, particularly those which are used for tho production
of metals,-the workable or useful ore a,-are but
few In number. They are generally oxides,  chat is
combinations of metal with o:;ygcii; sulphurets, or
metals combined with sulphur; end carbonates, or'j
metallic oxides combined with carbonic acid,
Combinations of metals with other substances than'
these, are rare.
Minerals of the above description frequently form
large.bodies of pure ore by themselves, buried
beneath the s: .-fi.ct in the rock. In most cases,
however, thesu ores arc blended, with foreign matter, as lumps ci' grains of quartz, lime, and other substances, -.d:.;.h av iiiociad:iicai.Ly mixed or
in chemical oombiviafcion with it,    in some ipatan
ces, the main body of the layer- or vein is rocky
matter,and the ore imbedded i:i that substance,
The mineral deposits are often found in such
heavy masses as to admit of their extraction with
out any admixture of rock; in other cases, rock
and mineral must be raised together; as they
cannot *-e separated. In some instances j the veins
are too 3mall for the entrance of the miner, &v)d
are consequently of no practical value,
SIAU30 AiT.
Work has commenoed on the new Steamboat e.t Libb.v
Creek, and Captain Miller is supereniending the
construction of the Boar,, whioh is a guarantee
that it will be fir3t olass. Capt,Miller is one
of the oldestslteamboat    men on the coast, uid has
been at the helm sinoe the "50",s . and knows how
to handle a steamer in swift and shallow water,
It is reported that Captain,Tom.Flowers will put
on a 3mall stowner,  to run between Fort Steele
and Ltbby.    Captain,Tom, Ja a rustler and is
bound to get there.
DIVINE    SERVICE,.
Divine Service, will he held in the School Room
next Sunday Evening at 7 1/2 O'clock. Subject of
disoourse will be, The Authenticity of the Bible
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A lapsje and attentive Congregation   filled the
School Room last Sunday Evening to listen to the
discourse by Mr,Galbraith,on Whisperers.
APPOINTMENT.
Colonel,.''5,mP3,iiighwarden,hafi been appointed janitor at the Public School, iht comfort of the
Children, and the cleanliness of the Cohool    will
be carefully looked after. Should the Trustees
decide to appoint a truant officer,the Colonel
is the man for the position.
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Our,Stipendary Magistrate H.Phillipps, came in
from Tobacco Plains on Mondav, and stayed with us
.a couple of days. He rt-Jorts but little snow at
the Plains.
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Enessy.Phill.i.pps,came in from Tobacco Plains with
a load of grain,which he disposed of readily,
Ne-l.^pay, Harry,Cummins and Peed.Wells, went up ;
Wild Horse Cref>H,on Wednesday, to look at Bo'mo
mining property, ,-
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Fred.Wells,of Foster & Wells,of Trail Creek, ]
came in from Goldcn,he will look over the mineral I
situation here. Fred, is one of the old Vermont
Creek miners,and has great faith In the future j
prosperity of the country. ;
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Good sleighing on the North Star Road, arid the ores
is now being moved daily, '
Ben.Pugh, returned to the North Star on   Monday,
and William,MoGee to the Mathers Ranch, both much
improved by th.?lr visit to the   burg.
■I-I'H".'
Mr,Soott,   on? of the contractors ,now engaged in
running a tunnel on the Dibble propertp reports
that they have encountered very hard rocjc,
six inches per shift is all they can make.
'i'l-H-l-K-J i 1 i Mil  m
R.L.T.Galbraith, will soon commence the ereotion
of a house on the propepty   lately purchased by
him, from the Government.
The Recorder, is receiving tenders , for the
construction of a bridge at Bull R Ivor
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Dont forget the Miners assoolation meeting to nigh
I'l'HH'l i'i'l'l IM-i-i-l-f
The Tobaoco Plains, contingents came in
with two teams loaded With oats.
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The war excitement 19 over. Reporth of a riot)
strike in the North Stars the talk now,
-H-fr-H-M i ll'l-l l-l-l-l-l HW+'iiM
R.D.Mathers, oame in from MoGinty Tuesday. -~"-'■■*-
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THE    ? -1 0 B P E d T 0 R.
PROSPECTOR,
SATURDAY   Jai!,S5tfc 1I30Q-?
0*8 I T U A B Y.
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PUBLISHED   WSSSCIiV   RY   THE    PROSPECTOR 00,
A.B.Grae e,Manager»
SUBSCRIPT-OSS
All OtoffitUlircATlONS , Directed to PROSPECTOR Oo
Per Annum,    tj
i i-ort Steele ,B 0,
PROFESSIONAL.
j Chas, Mac Lewi.
| Thomas, McVittie,
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! JI. L, Cummins,
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} W.'J.RoGke,,Ooweli',
j H .Arnold ..Wallinger
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c-if.n and Surgeon-j
P.L.S, / C.E, j
P.L.3.  & C.E.     !
'Vu- community vri'i-u ntartled by  ^v--'
| tho announcement of tho detth of i'.iiia,!'l!ai'sarst.
hell, i'.hloh was sudden and une.iffl»CiMdj we l&iini
that Miss.Bell, h&a hom\ a4,line for some time, \
J but Was so un.edffltolaininy that thit knew thai'ahe "->-».
! .van & tuffr-rer, !fi a a, Vie 11. was t. general favorite
land had many Warm IVicndS. and the sympathy of
the CO'tmUnity is extended to ?v, and ttra^Maolean
in their suddbr anJ-saJ bereavement^ ijissTfceA^       !
j',*tt9 born in Scotland, and came here about thre^^
|Vears ago, to reside, .
■i FUNERAL   NOl'IOS. '      J
I Tho funeral of the late Mis-fijMargaret,   i'S
Cell, will take place from the residence of   Dr.K
h-uoleah, ut two O'clock P.M'.'a Saturday the Ser-j N
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' v'ices will be held at the School House.
I are invited to attend.
Friends!
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Metallurgist teAssayet'.
;     EM    pur: byiiiiiLi; msiiU; association.
(j R.'L.T.Galbraith'. President;
] O.S.Fi'iszell. Vice
; k, 31. Mathers.
I S-i,W.Barnes,
! William. fJariiri,
J Thomas .McVittie.
!      Divine Service will be held at the School      -j
I Room, Sunday, evening. j
;-There is a rumor of another rich strike in the
ilorth Star,
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Murray. Bellows is hauling hay to the .North Star
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Secretary,   i,
S ecretary. |
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All possible information will be furnished by 8
the Association, upon application to '
Thomas .-McVittie. Sec.Fort Steele B.'Oj!
' N 0 T I 0 E. Em
NOTICE is hereby given that application will be j|
made by tho BRITISH C0LUMEIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY jS
COMPANY, to the Legislature of ..the Province of ■;
British Columbia, at its next session", for an j-
' act extending the time within which the Company •!
'   may complete its undertaking. j;
Dated,Dec 10th A.D.1395. ;
J.A.Oemmil.Secretary,     '' ■■   j'
4-1 i i-i : ii i i i-i'l-i 'i-i''. ii i-i i-i-i '. i-l-i .|'i ri-i", m ox-,-- i-:--;-f-:~s-    *■
NOTICE. !
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jOre is coming down from the North Star at the     i
Irate of thirty ten3 daily.
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A party of Bachelors gathered at the residence
of Mr.Thomas McVittie on Wednesday evening, and
I enjoyed a s*ocial g<?'rae of whist,
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pent forget the Miners Association meeting to
j'.iight. ■'■■■ •
jit is reported, that Oho?,Elwood haS' sold his
interests on Wild. Horse to J.H.Smith of Portland,,
|r.'p. .'■ l:r j.. Earnes, gave one of their delightful '
|at homos, to a very select gathering on Wednesdey
[staving; no effort was snored by mine Host %   j
tloc-esr, to make ■'-.he guests happy, danoing was
indulged in , to the early hours of Thursday.  j
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That apn.lioe.';ion will be [
j made to the LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY of the PROVISOS}/
j of BRITISH COLUMBIA, at its next session, for an,,
! act to incorporate a company for the purpose of ;
| constructing, operating and working deep tunnels,;'
| drifts, or shafts for the purpose of exploring  ;'
■ for, discovering, working, getting, acquiring and
recovering minerals situate in blind veins Tedge.3
or lode3 in the Districts-of Ea'at and West Kuoi-  ]
enay, Yale and Cariboo, in -lie. Provinceoi' British.'
Columbia, and for entering upon and acquirti.rj
lands for juoh purposes, £,nd for collecting tollu.;
j for the use of such tunnels or workings by any
I other persons or companies engaged In mining, a'lid,
» for acquiring such water powers or privileges fts |
may be necessary or convenient sherefor. togPtl»er|
with 3uch other powers or priv.'.A0£,e$, righto or
'I  incidents, as may be i.cj033ary for or iroideatnl
lor cond'i",V'.'; ti th.e attainment of the foregoing
jj objects or ".r.y of their', !
i;D,seth95.      A ,E.Humphreys-, Applicant,   j
4-i-l-l-KI I'l-l-K-i-1-.' I I I I i-l-H-H-H-l-H-i-H-t-hH-i'l-H-l H-i-.'-
The FORT STEELE MIHIH0 ASSOCIATION, will       j
| hold its I'.e.gttlRr,m.cetinc» to nijtht, at the Cohoal I
Rocm.
Cn last Friday, quite a large perty from Fort
Steele, went +o Orar.brooke upon the invitation,
of the Manager.   Dancing, Supper and a Jolly \
good tine was the result. and the IS miles to ?
Cranbrooke in the old fashioned bob blelgh, added ;
to the- pleasure of the trip.
i We take pleasure in announcing to the readers of
jtlie Prospector, ttthat in the next  issue will cdn:-
tain q. new ?nd corrected map of the North Star
and. Sulli/an group of mines, .    .
(Development work is profltvsiing on many prospects'
| in this distriot, and during the ensueing year, .
i there will be quite a large nuiiiber of mines added]
I to the Hat as producing mines.
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j 'Pile war nonsense, aided by Grover, hasknooked
|doi,u silver s.ev-Ci'al p-jints. '
|Lhoie    Cam, is all right, he ari±y wants a
jolioe el Turkey-.
.000
lllv:, O Give us a weekly mail.for we h&td it in
|our bucinecc,
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JEiowi. J'ohnoon, uauif In from Elk River on Tuesday
j Ha louharvetfii will o oaauenoe next weel:,ao
ha'yh our ?o/cy. v   •
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THE     PR06PE0T0R,
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TAX     N 0 T r 9 P..
SOUTHERN MVXftIf)JJ 0P EAST KOOTKHAY.
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WilW ii3 HEREBY Ol'VEN,   That. in accordance with'
the Statutes, Revenue- Tax> and all other taxes   ' ;
levied under the Assessment Act are nov due tor ,!
the year 1890.    and payable at my office in Port
Steele.
If pa:'.d on or before June 30th 1896.
One half of ore per cent,on real property,
Tiro per cent, en assessed value of wild land,;'
One third uf one per-cent,oh personal   prop-j,
erty.
If paid after Juno S0t:i 139d.
Two thirds of one p;r cent,on real property,
Two        -fc on; half per cent on assessed valuej
cf wild land, j
One half of one per contjon personal property|
i
.   Revenue T-jx of % 3,00. for every male person   \
over 18 years of age, /.
All pers-ons who .'ire in arrears of taxes due up    !.
to 3ist .Dec 1C95. are requested to forthwith pay
thex sa:je,or ocsci will be incurred at an early
date.
C.M.Ectv-erdu.
Collector and Assc-csorl
Southern Division of East Kootenay District, '
Fort.Steele,B.C. Jan lOtli 189§. >
P L A C E 1\   til I V I H 0.
Hydraulic, or placer lining in this District,does
not seem to attract the attention vMoh it dose: ••
| veSj  considering the large areas of auriferous
gravel banks, which are known vo exist on many of
the streams flowing; t-hrou^rtMa seotion of tho
IVovince. and. which, l&ue been proved to oontain
gold in paying quantities. It seems strange that
J'little cr no effort-...is being made towards devel- j
i opinfc; these sovroes of '..oalth. With the exception;
I of three companies on Wild Horse Oreek. and one    ;
Jon the Moyi.e raver the.1; ?'.- 711;tie being done in  I
I  this branch of the mining industry, No doubt the |
1  present law with PCgii'd to leasing has a good
deal to do towards ^retarding progress in    thi^i
direction, rtfid i*. would be as well to draw the     <
attention, or iict Oov-o iimeno fo the matter, urging*
them to take ate;.* fhlo session to modify tho '..:'.-.;,
in some re specs si sg f.s to p?.ace this ground with1
in the reach of  ;h<} ci'd-inary individual miner,     i
beside inducing Capitalists to Invest their money
in developing these yila' bearing deposits of        !
| gravel. The chief objection as far as the capital!
■ 1st io concerned, lies in Hie fact, that under    !'
the present system in vogue, there is no possi-   j
ible way of obtaining a title to the property no
matter what the outlay my have been in getting
everything into working order,  Of course the
. object of leas.'.ng instead of giving grants is to
do away with the possibility of the ground being
allowed to lie irtle(or only colourably worked, but
then ther? is no necer/slty for the idea to be
jj carried out to she extent; *uioh it now io. moar.s
j could be adopted ;ihioh wuld be & safeguard
| against the probability bf buch a thing ocouring,
j and. without doing an injustice to the investor,
\ which as .ho lav now 3tand3 Is certainly the case
1 For Instance,.-a lowcinay expendh p, large emuunt of
' money in autua] ouuh before realising any return,
I when just ae profits are about to aocrue, cone
; thing goes wrong, and they are unable to carry on
the work for the tine being, then, although they ,
have for four rr five years cay'Ue.l with the law}
and have spent more money than r ie'.r tigreemenfc
SATURDAY   Jail 26th 1896,
dm*
tie-
with the Gove-inxant calle for, ye tinier.    •;..•;
the stipulated wort:: for the year, they lovHH
&J.1 riajht and title to the ground, in despit..-
the wxpentilture of large eu&a in ifflpfoveiuon.^
ing the prtriouc gefeson.   It would seem Only
right and just that a change should be made in
the. Aat, so that a.title could bo obtained kSb
4 specified aaioiint of work had been doie,the :.
as in any other mining proparty, then it wmVJ,
not be so difficult to ftot capital for the purpose of developing these mines. Tho present system of annual rentai4with the taxes in addition.
la pernicious, and will work harm to this n'rweh
of mining, Put reasonable prices en raining ground
and issue leases, after a certain amount of mrneyi
is expended give a cro-..'.i ijrant if asked for; so
that men and companies car. be Induced to take-
hold of oUr placers,   And do ,iot develop a policy
tthith h^s a tendency to cave tin Ground for cur   i
posterity) but let-the present $tnei'ation have
la share.of it. '
ONLY    17.000. OZ'S IB SILVER.
;ht, aj the developnc
The North Ctar i- "*--|^^^mi_^^^^p^i^^_^_
of the mine progressoo, something now turns up
causing a sensation of wonder a'j to Aha.; t".■-•
future richness of the mine vrj be.   ihe t.-v rfnd
is wire silver.,   In rmnins the several drift:,
lead orystals have been found In eousidera'cl!
quantities, being so plentiful no p?.rti«ilp.p
notice has has been paid to them, im now it* a    '
small scam in the roof of the drifts more crystal
are found , and in and round the crystals   is
wire silver, how much of this seamjSTid for what   '
distance this will continue la hard to tell, but
there 1b sufficient to indicate that as depth io j
jO-btaiued, the ore will b'eo owe richer, there ure
sevural rich streaks in this mine at the present
time, one on the foot walkabout two or three
ihohe.3 thick that i-ans 90 '„o 100 ozs. then ;th«
the small set.m thai carries ^04 ozs, and n^w the
new diBcovery of "r.tr.e- silver assaying 17.000 o?s
to the ton. will surely prove to the
the owners of the mine,'.he necessity of reiuotloi
v/of'-ks in th^ vioinity of the mine.
+ -T-l-v<'n-i**ft-l-T-.r-|-SS-r-l i I I i
ijei3sWs',Si:i!Ii and Olerrrer are Wc-rkihg uu th-.
Sullivan proporty.
'ihri ownerH of tho Midnight p.vc
engaged in running a tunnel, with considerable
ore-in sight, this property la an extension of
the North Star en the north, and the indications
show that the North Star lead runs through the
olaim.
Mr,R.O.Jennings has commenced work on th
and the All Over.
|The contractors engaged in running the tar.^el on ;
the Dibble property are pushing the work as tfaat j
as possible,
w*ork on the St,Eugene Is progressing,ten men uave,
been employed,
The tenders for the odiiatruetion of the Dull
river brld<? e
will be opened or. nra monda
If you want a map of the liorth Stap and Sull4
[group of mince, send your Gcldrena, a.v..' 5> in
poatasje stamps , and you vlll ^et 11.
The Proapeotor is the only PapuV in lius; ..
lenay, issued in the interests ;" the mining '. <
tries of the district.Subaortic for' it,
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Suoc^ssori   to
Carlin i     Lake   iort Sc.eefe B.C.
D   B A,L 2   K 8   in    0 L Oi'HI St 0,      i.
G   E 11 E R A L   1.1 ,. R C H A 11 D  ■. 'J Si. j
Agents for SLATE?.   &   S0&8   Celebrated   SHOES;.    •
M "i H.-.I• » 0■ -8 U P F .1 / B-&. ;
i iJavigation and
-UPPER   COLUMBIA)
\, Tramway   Do,
EXPRESS Thuouch rate 10 & per Pound,
P R ii-i Q H T.
Golden to Fort Steele,      Class A i'.OO.
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Class =..   %.'5.0
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Class-D,$l.EC.
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T.B.H.Coohrane.Prea, F.P.Armstrong,Manager,  j
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The STEELE   HOUSE.
The OLDEST AMD BEST HOTEL ,111 PORT STEELE,.     !
Strictly First Class,
free sample room for Commercial Men.      :
Chas. Levett    Prop.
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Tho /i. U-S ft'l 0 A H   STORK.
G E N E R A It   M E R 0 H A 11 D I S E.
DRY   GOODS BOOTS ASH0ES>~.
HATS a CAPS, BLAItKETS.
MIMING    SUPPLIES & HARDWARE,
B.W.J ONES.
Icrt Steele B.C. Jennings Montana.
":'i AL a A R D.N 0   HOUSE.
TH$ LAKOEiT AMD MOST COMMODIOUS HOUSE IN STEELE.
BOARD BY THE DAY OR WEEK.
R,D,Mothers,l''rop. Port Steele B.C.
When You, come co Fort Steele,
call on   A, MORI N,     and rjet a
GOOD      CIGAR.
THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU.
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T HE   MOUNTAIN   HOUSE.
Fort    Steele    B.C.
GOOD    ENOUGH   FOR   MOST   ANYBODY.
Hi J. E D S 0 H, Prop,
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COOLL A WALLINGER.
A S S A Y E R S & METALLURGISTS.!
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Fort   Steele    B.O }
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C 0 B B    &   B J, A U D E R.
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•1 E il E R A L   BLACKSMITH 1' K G,
AND   WOODWORK! !? C-.
HORSE   SHOEING    A    S P E 0 I A I  T Y. |.
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J A M E S. H I 0 H W A R D E if. I
Tonsorial   Ariist. j
SHAVING   <*   H A I R 0 U T T I II C.
Everything neat and clean.
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THE   U P P E H   K 0 0 T E N A Y
;( -        NAVIGATION     Co.
EOS EXPPE3S AND   FREIGHT     RATES   APPLY   TO
B.W.J ONES.
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Jennings Montana.
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CONTRACTORS   A    8UIL08B8
Fort   Steele   B.O,
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GENERAL MERCHA N D I S E.
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