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tW? .L BRISTOL,
GROCER
-7
. .? ryining portninlrie
ertalnftfg to
& jEidnwaro' Vegetable,,
w ivo, TT UUUU1
Prulta, AC, &C.
Try My New Stylo Mixed
TEA,
DifTcront Combination From any
Boforo Oflercd in tho Market,
and of Excollont Flavor.
Whittaker Hams
WISCONSIN BUTTER,
Sweet axd Rich
Central Hop Yeast
Again Thla Summer.
- - -
:new style
LAMP CHIMNEYS,
SEE THEM
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
Coal Coal.
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
AND
PEYTONA OANNEL
COAL!
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly attondod to.
SsVTo largo aonsumors and all
iianufacturors, wo are prepared
io supply any quantity, by tho
nonth or year, at uniform ratos.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
rt-Halllilay Hro. onice, No "0 Ohio Levee,
rt-llairiduy llro.'a wharfuoat.
rf-At KKJ'ptlan MUU, or
tf-M the Coal Duron, loot or Tblf ty-tluht
treat
(J-rost Office Drawer. 3W.
VALENTINE RESOH,
GROCER.
Dealer in
Butter, Eggs, Fish, Poultry,
Game ana all kinds of fresh
Fruit and Vegetables,
Eiehth Street, Carro. Ill
w
tfrOrderi for Steamboats iromily
any hour, day or nutlit.
tilled at
7-13.tr
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
EIGHTH STREET.
WHighost Cash Prico paid for
Hogs and Cattle.
A Book for the People.
OF ( l'll iKiubU column pijEfl nil IW fln
( l'l Maud ruinituci.uullienrturil,
JfAMMtlEi ) nioril ami Icul irlmiona ul Ihu w,
.. . , MtrrUao. liUutiMiiildliulict.
Iloni, the HyiUrlea of Reproduction, tie. A lUwlirtl
At th irltv on the v.rluu, diw.ic. ui ih. n.intr and Oen
rilTOr(aiolboili,tn,,ciuaiin ail lurniiof J"rr
Tat. Vf net eal jn4 Chronlo Dlaeaaea or bclhV n, the
ctt.cti of Early Abu.ei on ti tcauil.y.lcm .nJ ll.c dun.
irri ol eicMiti bt-lort anil atirr num..., lridlnlont.
iiitturt dy ana Iropotenoy-aprinie counitllurtulhi
thou cunteiuplatliii m.ril.jt. Kut a nitre
ack auvcnii.in.iu, v. .
ptloni i,r
ilrpouuiir m(Jicl ttoik
i"r all the ebuvu diHiiri.
f Ilea, panrr cuuri. Vt. uutiua lu clcth,
anrr cmvr.t . w,mh..m wiWi ai., a run.
1.60. A 1'iin.
tai conKnti of the aliova orkjKnl In ;rlrl riirr on
xdeipt of luaip. Alo e H11411 Mtaieu Troatiie unlltt
mMaieeeMeiWpetvctaT auuii
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VOL. 7.
R. SMYTH & CO
WlioK'nle ntit Ilctnll lelr I
Foreign and Domestio
AND-
WINEM OF Alili KIWIW,
No. 60' Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MESOIC". SMYTH A CO. have contanuy
a Unre stock of the Ut koo-1 u.iiir inr-
kit, and (iveeclHl attention to I be wliolwala
raneu or uie uusine$
ICE.
Tbo Undersigned Having Given
up tho
CITY TRADE,
Is now Prepared to Furnish Ieo
by tho
r. AT5 T.H A
At prices that will Comparo Fav
orably with any Dealer. He
will now Devote his a ton
tion Entirely to his
WHOLESALE TRADE.
JOHN SPROAT.
HUTIXM.
Grand Central
HOTEL.
COMM5HCIA.L AVENUE;
Ooruor Uislitlx Stxoet,
WK. WETZEL. Proprietor.
A
THIMTY watcb Lett uljdit and day for
trulm ami atraniuoaia,
The bet of arcumino'latlotn for transient
giiesU at Two Dollars wr day. 3-ltMf
WIIOI.LNAI.K UKtKKHN.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-And
Commission Merchants
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
0. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Doalcr In
BOAT STORES,
Commission Merchant,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
CJl'KCIAl. attention given to consignments and
VJ nuing oraere.
I'AITAN1) OII.H.
B. F. PARKER,
Dealer In
t?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
CJDSB.
jVftll Paper, Window Glass, Win
aow auauoB, wo.
Always ou hand, tie celebrated Illuminating
AURORA OIL.
Bro' XSulltcHzxa,
Corner Eleventh Street and Waahtuif-
ion avcbuu
CAIBO CITY BINDERY,
4T. O. XXX73D:
PBOPBIETOB
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
lulletln BaildlnaT, Corner Twelfth Street
and Waahlsgton Avenue,
Cairo, ZUlaoiaj,
CfCountv and Ilallroad Work a icelalty,
be iaif 0
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
LOVE'S RRWAIID.
I'nr love I labored all tlie fin
TIimiikIi morning rlilll and inl'Muy f
for furely with the erenlnjrKray,
I tlioitxnt, Lorc'n Kuerilon hll Ik- nt.
At crentlil. wllli wenry limb,
I brought my Inbura to the itpot
Where l.oe liuil blil rue nun to him;
Thither 1 cntuc, but 1 found lilm nut
Tor be with I lie folk had
To UAiioe the botirit of nlclit awav.
A ml I that tolled u left alone,
,00 ry now to untice "lurilUloi..
CHARLEY ROSS.
xli Trial nf William Wt-atcrvett
Klin in iliHHUin"-""; T"E
Her lliiatmiiil.
Philadelphia, Attjf. :t0. Tlilt .being
thu il.iv llxtil tor thu trial of Illlatn
W.ti-rvi-lt. liulli:tL-il ns ii tmrtr to the nt
iluctlon mill concealment ut tin; child
Clmrl.-n HmWhtcr loS. t 111 llriWIil'r Vt'U4
brought into court at 10 o'clock, Judge
Klomk tiretidiinr. Western-It Is a
1 . . ,.. I...., !! ft......!..,! ni.il
buuiij?J """ """ "-"J --"i
iipjureiitly about lorty years old. Ihe
onlv nollceablu thing In Hit npiwarauce
N "the tiallor. resulting ironi hh
close coutliicincTrt of tour months.
As tin- crier arose Willi the iniiictiiicni
in his hand .Mr. Ford sakl to the .ludjre
that when this case was hut before the
Court It was on the rule ujiou the Dh-
trlct Attorney to show anise why n bill
of particulars should not be furnished.
tvnat tii-ijositiou iiau oeeu miuiu oi umi
he did not olllcially know. In fact his
only Information on the subject was du-
nveu Iioin tuu morning paper, aim oe-
fom the urraluuiiieni was tmalu he
would like to see Irani the record, ii
made up, what had been done with that
rule.
Mr. Hnircrt said Information had been
received Iroiu .hulge I'ratt that the rule
had been discharged. The record was
sent for, hut the (ILK)gItloii of the rule
not appearing on it, tuc Jitugu oruureit
the Clerk to make mi the record.
Mr. r ord next reau tne sutriresuon nnu
aiuuavii oi inu jinruuer ui me ueuiu ui
nt . .... .1... t ..... .1 .1. .
u uiiain Jiosnur, anas in. itetmerson.
and .lohn Douglass, alias .la". Clark,
ind the vlewlnir of their dead bodies by
him at Hay HidL'e, New ork, on the
14t.li of December last, and counel said
they were tlie co-defendants of the pris
oner In tills indictment.
Mr. hhenuard Informed Mr. l ord that
the deceased persons had never been in
dicted. The suggestion, however, was
tiled.
Mr. Ford said that Mary Neitervelt,
the prisoner's wife, who was Jointly in
dicted with him. having voluntarily come
from her residence In New ork, now
presented herself to this Court and re
quested to be permitted to stand her trial
witn tier ntuuauu.
Mr. IlaL'trt announced that tins wa
the first time tlmt Mm. Wcstervelt had
been within the Jurisdiction of this Court,
aim mil alio was or woum in: uure me
Ulstrlct Attorney did not kuow until Mr.
r oru appeureu wmi iter u tew momenta
prior to ins memionmg ner prcaencu
hen'. The only defendant who had been
within tho custody of the Court was Wil
liam Westervrlt, and the cauc had been
prepared with referenou to him alone,
ami the District Attorney was not pre
pared to try her,
Jir. lirown itiMsieu mat, as tue muici-
ment charged both with a Joint ouVioo,
it was not within the power of the Dis
trict Attorney to deny a trial or lorce a
severance. He was intormcu bv Ills col
league that tho District Attorney had
nlaced lilm under terms to nrouuco ner
tor trial, and that otllcer should not now
be permitted to plead surprise and refuse
a defendant her trial.
Mr. Shennard corrected Mr. Ilrown
by saying that when he asked Mr. Ford
wiietner tins woman would come trotu
New York and submit herself to process
here without tlie use of u requisition, Mr.
Ford declined to promise unless told then
when she would be wanted for trial ;
this being only a notice to her of the in
tention ot the Commonwealth, he on )iU
part declined, and so the tna'ter dropped.
Mr. Uraniiagan appealed to the discre
tion ot tlie court In which it lay to order
a separate or joint trial.
riuttiuuge saiu mat it tins woman nau
been at any time within this Jurisdiction
hu would order the trial to proceed, hut
under the present ciucuuistaiices he
would not do so
The nr souer was then arraigned upon
the charge of kidnapping, conspiracy to
kidnap, conceal mid extort money, to
which he pleaded not guilty.
i iiu urv ueitig tmpaui'iieu and sworn,
counsel for the defendant renucsU'd an ad
journment until 1 o'clock. District At
torney buepparu suppiemcuteu it witn a
suffucstion that It be until to-morrow.
Judge Klcock finally concluded to take
a recess until l o'ciock.
,lt 1 o'clock court re-assembled, ami
Mr. Hagcrt opened the case lor the Com
monwealth. At the conclusion of Mr. Hagort's ad
dress the taking of testimony was com
menced. Mr. Jtoss being the tirst witness
called. His testimony, which was not
concluded at the adjournment of the
court, referred entirely to the disappear
ance of Charley on the 1st of July, 1871.
A uumiicr u residents oi uay uiuge,
L. I., Including tlie young man who
killed Moshcr and Douglass, nave arrived
ami win uc examined
Martin Van Buren'x Relative.
From the New York Sim,;
Geo. Osborne. Warden of the Hudson
county (N. V.) Alms-house, guided a t'al-
teriug out nuiy into tno committee-room
yesteruay atiernoon, nnu leu uer to
chair near an open window. Shu was
sightless, and had lost most of her teeth.
One of her delicate, nervous hands.
whiasu excessively long nails showed than,
tneir owner was not mo ouject or tliu lov
ing attentions that arc commonly be
stowed upon worthy age, clasped her
stall, while tho other cmphasued tho
prominent parts of this narrative.
'My father and Trcsldent Van Uttren
wcro cousins, their fathers being broth
ers, I am Uertrudo Van iluren, and I
was born lu 1700, near Stnlthtown, in
Montgomery counly, N, Y. My father
had lived lust nrevlous to mv birth in
Klndcrhook. ou an estate adiaccntto that
owned by President Van iluren. My
mother was not his first wife, as ho had
been married to Miss Van Alstlne, ot
Klndcrhook. By Irergrandmother'b will
she was entitled to Stuyvestaut'K Falls,
now worth at least saoo.WW, but ner
mother diverted them to her brothers
They wero of small value at tho time, so
mv father did not bestir himself 111 recard
to them. Now, however, as tho will Is
still tiled, if I had my eyesight and sunt
ricut moncv I mlirhl obtain this rich In
imrltancc. In m v maidenhood I was sur
rounded by nil tho luxuries that woalth
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1875.
can purchase, and In my twentieth ycarl
was married to Waller Luce, a handsome,
stalwart deccndcnt ol General 1'hlllp
.Schuyler. Three children, two dnueh-
tors nni) a son, were the fruits of our
union. Wo lived In Kenssclcr county,
opposite Albany, on our own property,
and wcro visited by tho best people In tfie
founty, and of Albany county as well.
Twcnty-one years ago my husband died,
leaving tne a eomctcncc. My daughters
wem married. Soon alterward
the eldest died, and my boy was killed by
a train of cars. My youngest daughters
husband was incapable of supporting
her, and In aiding her I gradually
robbed myself of all my
means. I fn-nticntlv went to Klmlnr.
hook to visit President Van Huron, and
no invariably gave me pecuniary assist
ance. Ills most remarkable peculiarity
was his liking of lion.'. He even rode
to church on horse back, his family fol
lowing lu carriages. After his death I
went to Albany, ami lived comfortably,
principally through the kindness oftho
members of the Dutch Reformed Church,
to which 1 had belonged in my prosper
ity, and of my brother-in-law. 1 W)
been nominated for a vacancy In the Old
Ladies' Home, wherein 1 wished to die
lieaccfully. and was awaiting a vacancy,
when, without any premonition, I was
sent to this place as a pauper, ostensibly
by the IWuiaHer or Van Kensi'laer
county. Smith Van Duron, the million
aire, who married Washington Irving'
niece, and Prot. Van Iluren, both ot New
Vork, are my second cousins."
1'ofTee,
Coffee should be browned at least twice
a week, and kept In alr-tlght canisters,
and only ground Just immediately before
Using, l'ick the green coffee carefully
over; sliake It In a colander to free it
from dust, and rub It lu a cloth. While
roasting, stir It constantly; the moment
the berry crackles and becomes crisp
enough to pulverize, it is sufficiently
roasted. Stir lu a small piece of butter
the size of a walnut, and put the coffee
steaming hot Into an air-tight canister.
For making, put your ground coffee Into
a bowl with just sutlkient cold water to
moisten It; beat In an egg, shell and all;
mix it well through the coffee. Klnse
your coffee boiler out with boiling water;
put the coffee In. and pour over It the
required amount of boiling water. Let
it boll llfteen minutes. When It begins
to boll stir It frequently, and never
leave It until the grounds fclnk. Pour a
little from the spout, lu order to remove
the grains that may havo boiled Into It,
and nour It back Into the not. It Is very
much better If served without decanting
It. The proportions of ground coffee and
boiling water vary In every family; so I
give several : Allow one table-spoonful
of ground coffee for each person, and one
for the pot, and add three pints of boil
ing waier to seven spooniuis oi couee.
One measure of ground coflee anil seven
of the same measure of bolliiur water.
One ounce of ground coffee to ono quart
of boiling water. Ono oimcc of ground
coflee to a plut ot boiling wifter. One
auu a nan ounces ot grottnu cotiec to a
pint oi boiling water.
Mow Truatoa Bid II.
From the New Vork Obarrrcr.
I returned to AMivlllc after an absence
of three vears and found my friend Trullles
grown fat and Jovial, with a face the very
mirror of peace and feclf-sattsfaction.
lruilles was the village baker, and ho
nits nut tine uu wieii 1 wentawav
'TrullK'e," Mid 1, 'how Is uV'Y
n.iVi ImnrnvfKl."
LOU
"Improved! How?'
"Why, lu every way. What have you
been doing?"
Jut then a little girl came in with a
tattered shawl and barefooted, to whom
Trullles gave a loaf ofbread. "Oh, dear,
Mr. TrutHes," the child said with brim
ming eyes, as she took tho loaf ofbread ;
"mamma is getting better, andshesavs
she owes so much to vou. She. blesses
you. indeed she does."
"That's one of the things I've been
doing." he said, after the child had gone.
i on are giving tne sunering ramllv
bread . ' I queried.
"Yes."
"Havo you any more cases like that '
"Yes, three or lour of them. I clvo
them a loaf a day, enough to feed them."
"Aim you take no pay"
"Not from them."
"Ah ! irom the town?"
"No; here." said TrutHes. lnvlntrhls
hand on hU breast. "I'll tell you,"' he
added, smiling. "One dav, over a year
ago ii poor woman came to me and asked
lor a loal oi Dread, for which she could
not pay-she wanted it for her poor suf-
lering ciiiiuren. At first I hesitated, but
finally I gave It to her, ami as her bless
ings rang in my ears alter she ha l gone
I felt my heart grow warm. Times were
hard, and there was a good deal of sulk-ring,
and I found myself wishing, by and
by. that I could aflord to give away more
bread. At length an idea struck me. I'd
stop drinking, and give that amount
away in bread, adding one or two loaves
on my own aooount. I did It. and It's
been a blessing to me. Mv heart has
grown better every way. 'Mv sleep Is
sound ami sweet, ami my iircams arc
pleasant. And that's what you see, I
suppose."
Durinir tliu enidemic of intermit
tents In the est this season, tho whole
Immense stock of Ayer'u Ague Curo be
eamu exhaustt d, and the producing power
of his Laboratory was found Inadequate
to meet tliu demand. Many who knew
Its extraordinary virtues for the cure of
Chills anil Fever, paid exorbitant prices
for it. This Ague Cure is said, by those
who uso It, to never fall. Header, If vou
must have medical aid, tako the best of
medicine, l'oor lemediea nro dear, as
good arc cheap, at any price you have to
pay for them. Ckarltston Courier.
WAUONN.
The Gamble Wagon
0JL.XZ1.O, XXiXiXaVOZM,
MANUFACTURED y
JOHN P.
TUX 1I8T ana CHXAJMT WA80H MAX-
UIaGIUjUU,
MANUFAOTOBY, OHIO LSVEB
Near Tbirth-Fourth Street
BnUetin.
ibirto& .vaxiM.
i PROMINENT ADVANTAGES o
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
.0..'vV.'Hlm,ttV.''y
r
Great Durability with Handsome Designs, and Giving PERFECT
SATISFACTION Everywhere.
MADE OlfLYBY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y
oij, 014, 010 and 618 N. MAIN 8TBEET, AT. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
.iMm- W- HENDERSON, Cairo, IllinoL.
WEEKLYBDLLETIN
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
PIITHICIANM.
riLLIAJC B. SMITH, M. D.
11E91DENCK: No, 21 Thirteenth street, be
tween Washington avenue and Walnut atreet.
OFKICK: North aide of Eighth atreet be
tween Commercial and Wmlilnicton avenue.
o.
W. D TIN NINO, Iff. D.
RESIDENCE:
streets.
Corner Ninth anil Walnut
OFFICE; Corner Sixth atreet aad Ohio Levi.
OFFICE HOURS: From6a.ni. 12m., anil
from 2 to S ii in.
LAWTERN.
OHN H. KULXEY,
Attorney at Law.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
OFFICE: Eighth Street, between Commer
cial anil Wanhlturtou uvenuea.
gAJKTEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney at Law.
OFFICE: Ohio Lciec, over room formerly
occupied by Flntt National Hunk,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
QREEN ek GILBERT,
AttoruejM and Coumelorft
at Law.
OITICE: Ohio lv. rooma 7 and 8
City National bank,
William II. (irccn,
William II Uillwrt,
Mtlosl-red'k.UUtwrt.
CAlltO. ILLINOIS.
B3-Seclal attention git en to Admiralty and
Steiimlioat bualneaa.
REAL ESTATK AUENT.
-t
JOHN a. HARMAN &
Real Estate
CO.
COLLECTOBS,
:oHvsTAircxxi, votaxixi public
Land. Avanta of the Illlnole Oantral and
aurunaTton ana uuincy K. .
Oompanlea,
Ifortk Cor. Sixth ui OU Lavaa.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
It, IIOWLKT,
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
AKD
Sous Ae;ats,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE-At the Court House.
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
' 'Mm:: mm,
West side Commercial Avenue, between
Eljrhth and Ninth streets,
(Next door to J . Ilurger'a dry goodt atore.l
A full line of the lattat and moat fashionable
styles or
HATS AND BONNETS
lwv on hand. Alao trary aritty of
Bibbons Laoes and Trimmings,
from the cheatwat to the moil coitly. Ladle
will And any and everything- tn ber atore tor a
eommeie aireei , uau or jwriy ouuii.
I'rlcea to compete wltU any In tlie Weal.
rtr.Uno uut fur tlie Home Sewing Machine
M.5.ia.Tr
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET 00
'-Dealer ta
XiTjrMBB3R,
tAU kinds bard sad olt,)
PLOOBIIf O, 81DINQ, LATH, fto
Mill am Yav4,
Jerner Thirty-Tourth Street and
Ohio Levee.
NO. 219.
ARE ECONOMY' TN PRICE.
SUPERIOR CONSTRUCTION,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
BOBBINS'
COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIBO ILL
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MEB0HANDI8B OF
VBT DESGBIPTION.
HALLET. DAVIS t CO.'S
Of World wide Beputation.
Acknowledged by all (rood Mualclana la be the
ucai riaoo now mane,
THE OBEAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wo havo sold over 400 durtne
twelve year past, becoming more and morn
popular every uay.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGM,
Splendid tone, Power and Durability.
KlmbaU't Orohera Organ,
A very lino Instrument, adapted to lnitru
in ntal ai well as vocal music.
ALL THE AHOVK AKE OFKEHEU ON
Ksy Monthly Payments, st low figures
regardless of List Prices.
SHEETlVlUSlC
In grost tarlflty, Including all tho new
and popular mimic ol the day.
Orders from the Country
promptly flUnd and sent
by mall.
violins guTmrs banjos
ACCORDEONS, CLARINETS
FLUTES,
PICOLOS,
TAMBORINES
FRENCH IIAltPS, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Furriahcd to Order.
TXX1T0I TO VlOtWI, QUITAXI, XTC.
Ot the Best Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all grades for Piano or Voice.
tTKverr tleacrlotion of Musical Mer
chandise lurnlahed to order, promptly and
at prices lower than er offered before.
UKNCV ALSO Of
ROGER'S ELEGINT STATUARY.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue and Price
List of these beautiful groupes.
All Ooo&t Warranted si BairtMatsd.
Addreis,
BOBBINS' MUSIC BAZA",
Cairo, Illinois.
VAKIKTT NTUHE.
New-York Store
WHOLES ALS AND RETAIL.
XjmxeEeest
VARIETY STOCK
in THX orry.
Oooda Sold Very Oloie.
Oorast ieth St. and Ooanmtrcial Av
, . oawo. nxwoia
0. 0. PATIEU CO.
in
MM
112
-ee:
r w. MTftTjjy
VOmWAEDIMQ
OommiMion Iftrcbant,
And dealer la
FLOU. MmALamAITf BAT,
oirtcs:
fiSoHIOLkVKK.
6-fMf.
( CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
C. CLOSE,
General
OommiMion Merchant
xt Statu M
LIMB, CKKXXT, PLAiTDt,
BAXB, l.
Vafer City Hatlcaol
J.
JOMlfr . PHXLLXS
Am soir.
I H Mora ta Joha B. VhUlIt)
voKWAmmHo
11
Gommission Merchants
Aail Dealera io ,
HAY, COKH, OATS, 1T.OUX,
mix, nut, tu.
AfwufM xjannKAjiB pewBn oe
:0rar Tath ttrt ul Okl
Z, D. MathnM.
E. C.
MATHUSS 4c URL,
TOBWABDINO
And Gtneral
Commission Merchants
Dealer In
7L0UB.
QBAIK, HAT
PRODUCE,
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