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U9 EASTERN SEABOARD CITIES,
our & mm
lnvo opened a full lino of
far:, Pi;::,;, Oils, Ferkcrj, I::::;:,
Cigars, and Fine
WINES, EUAITLIES, LIQ,UOHS,Etc.
For Medical purpose, and tlioy
would like for their trisnds and the
public to give them a call.
West dido of Main street, at Gray
fc Walker's old stand.
Carefully Compounded night or day
CRENSHAW & WALKER.
and all pointB in
an 107 01
C LUIS LIST.
We will fitraitili the ful lowing iMpcrs nml pc-
ri(xlli-:ilw willi the skmi-Wkkklt Horni Kks
Ti'CKiANnl the nubjoiiietl viwtit rates:
Dnily ( ouriiT-.Iouriml 110.20
Wwkly ('mirler-Jminml $8.45
UmiKVille Comiuprrinl H.OO
Farmer Home Journal ' $3.15
IVtoiwn'H Mnicuzine 3.iw
Ijoilcy'H I.h.Iv'k Hook .W.W
Xew York Wwkly Sim fS.IO
('ini'iiinntl News fH.IO
OPPOSITE THE PIKEXIX HOTKL.
Keeps ono of llio largest stocks of Drugs, Medicines and Druggist Sundries,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, SCHOOL ItOOKS and CKiAUS, in llopkinsville.
Call and examine my stock nnd prices before purchasing elsewhere.
(2al! on or address
B FMITCHJSL G- P- A ,
Through Trunk Line
Without Cllange and will Speed Unrivaled
SHORTEST AND OUICKEST ROUTE
jTrom St. Looii, ETniville tod ITcDdertoo
SOUTHEAST & SOUTH
THROUGH nA:HIM from nbote ctttri to
Xmliviifp and Chattanooga, makiutf direct con
Pultoaii Palace Cars
Var Atlanta, Rnvannah, Macon, JactuoDvlUc,
and pointi in Florida.
ronnectioQH ar made at Guthrla and Jfaab- i
file for ail points i
NORTH, EAST, SOUTH & WEST j
Id rullnuD Plcw Ours. !
rMIPDP. FJTC Seeking horn., on tli.
tl!iUnfll) 10 ln of Ihli rod will
receive special low rates.
8 Airi-nts of this Compsnyfor rat, route!
tc.ornrlte C. P. MM0RE, G. P. & T. A.
Urtirnniri tlvspp)tfii nml liver rnmpltthtt,
ami mi chronic. coi,niii;tiion ami oiluT ti
etiiuilv ilinniM!, Hi.Mwu-r'a stMni:trlt Tin
Xvr w hevomi nil romiarUui. (in Wt
n-mlv tlmi citn In- tuken. Aft u mcitn.- ol
r.-niorfrig tin pin-unth tuxl vital uerjrv of
)m-ioiis who iiiv hihkiiifr umh-r iln iUliili
tiilintr effects of imiiHtil liMirK'Ht, thi
shiiulintl veuetuMe in vioitint is conii-ii
fur ttule by nil Dm'ista nnd Dealers
There is ninny a slip twixt the cup
and thclip," und, lie who takes too
freely, the cup is not likely to touch
the lip if it belongs to u sensible girl.
A llopkinsville special to the Cour.
ier Journal is headed. "Duet of
Weddings, with a Trio -to Follow
How does the dispatcher know there
trio is a to follow ? And if ho does
know, which of the wives arc to have
twsiis Stale Journal.
The Padueah Journal says a Pn
ducah gil l didn't want her lover to
name a boat alter her, because she
didu't desire to read ill the papers that
"Matilda Slocuni is up for repairs,'
Matilda Slocuni is on deck to lc
The following is a barber's ndver
tisement in the St. Louis Post-Dis
patch .professor of crinicult-
ural abscission mid cranological trip
sis. tousorial artist, ulivsioifiiic hair
facial operator, cranium uiaiiipula
tor, and capillary abiidger. Eliza
bethtown News. .
A traveling man, noticing a pretty
girl in tliccnr, went over in the ili-
ivdi'Mi, and .miiling!y asked :
Is thU scat engaged, M!s?
Xo, sir. hut I am, an 1 he's going to
get on at the next station.
Oh ah indeed beg pardon
and he picked up his feet, alter tiiml
lilt x over tin in, and wcul into the
sm iking err tu be alone Elizabeth
Cut sli.uv !.'. 3 ri-nly to if.'t iuto.
C Spring Cart Company
Vli".nle Mninirat'tiirerti "f
Tin' only tlji!ijfn two ultLtlc tint
Hides as Easy as ii Carriage.
Coo-. ms.te "f thp lmr muteri nn.l wir
rAntnl. Weight fmiii Wi u iiou;h1.h.
Ak ) tMir men hnnt to get pricci for yon,
C Byrin Cart Co.
kb iii ! inn 3
lieckoned It Wat.
A blaze in the cabin of n rt'sident
of Kaintuck called out t ho engines
the other dav. and nfler tliem caiiio
tho Fiiv Marshal to investigate and
Do you know how it caught? he
asked of the householder.
AVell, s:ih. I reckon it wa what
dem big folks calls sponfus combiis-tibus.
You mean spmttu.cuis combiis-
Hat zaetly what I ireaii sah. Yes
suh, I reckon it was tint.
AVhiil m.ikes you Ih'nk so.
AJ'ell in de fust place. I sent do gul
up in 11 o garret to tin my ole butt s.
In de uc place she tuck a candle,
hi dc las plaic she upsot do candle
niougn lot n ucwsiiaiicrs an c ini
sliinuin down tie ladder wid her eyes
as big as turnips an tide mo (hit. tie
cabin was all aliic. Yes, sah I reck
ons it was spontaneous combustion,
ail Soon's wegi tin furnieher buck ill
Izcgwineto lick dat gal till she
can't holler! She orlcr Knowed dat
spontaneous eombu-tiou was mnlliin
dat co.ililn'l be foule.l will. Detroit
Kreo pi ess.
I have rc-opencd my
In the. room below Thompson's Hard
ware Store 1 havo employed mv
nssistnnts KELSON CROSS and
Tliaiikini! the public Tor past favors.
I shall try to please them as loiijf a
they may favor me with their patron
l ot the Cure c.f Couglu,
; Hoarseness, r,rorchiti3,Croup, InP.u
'cnzi, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption and for the re
: liefot conr.::viplivc persons in stivin-
iccd stasMcf !heDi?Cw,c. ForSalc
by all i)ru'gists. Price, :j Cents.
'wxan;rrT'.-tf . ." 7" ;:,7r
llnraix,vf llartt.ini 4 500 ooo
Snrlliern, ot Ixjuilon . n 000 000
sitlli I'ninn unit National IB MO "
(nimmtlriil.nt Ilnrtfnnl 1 :so ihiO
MuiuilaiHiirem, ol llostoit, 1 &l 000
Insurance and reliahlo indeinnily
against Fire, Lightning, Cyclones,
Tornadoes, Etc., issued at
$18,000,00 To Loan
mi Real Estate Security.
CALL AND SEE US,
Office over Rank of llopkinsville.
New Barber Shop
Kor the while fitUi'iu of Iluikiiwvlllo nml
BAYS Mil I m MMl Pitps.
A f.iviritn lir-'flcrlotloil tf onr of tin
Umt I'O'. tl II' ,1 .UlCPsHlill lln'tl, l-H I i til'- U. a
I now r.-rilvn. Inr tli. .-nr.. ,,f Xrrrntl ttrtttltiif
gjtimt .KrttthttiMf, nVrtfrll w. ami Itrrat. N' li'
luiluiufuK.li'livi-liipi.yre. iirni;;l.lii. n fill 1L
Adrfre:, CH. WAltO & CO.. Louisiana Ko.
Xo..",ili, I vvl.
En. Sui t:: Kkxti-i kiax :
X'ot having seen a conuniiiiication
from this place fur some time, and
feeling that we would not like to lie
wholly forgotten, I'll try in a feeble
way to give a few items.
Xcver having before written f. r
public inspection, I trust this may
nit find the waslo basket.
Our post office, for 'lis nothing
more since theilcatli ol the head ot
the linn, is situated on one fork of
lied river, snrrounded by good mills,
chm-ches, &e., schools and a tine
farming county. Our fanners arc
live aclivo men, fullv up with tl.c
times. The monotony of our neigh
borhood was br.ikcu a short while
since bv the marriage of one of our
fairest ulu best. On the eve of the
h'llh iust., at the residence of her
grand father, Mr. Abe Allen, Miss
Olivia Kdwards to Mr. Josep'i U.
Ilobb. Xo cards. Mr. Robb is to be
congratulated on having won so esti
mable a companion, and my wish ies
that each day may reveal some new
and admirable trait in the diameter
acii to the other and ns they climb
the hill of life, may the snares that
have beset the path of many entangle
not their young fact, Tho young
couple left immediately for Guthrie,
when, after having partaken of a
bountiful supper which the proprie
tor gave in honor of the occasion,
they left for Louisville to attend the
(rami Exposition. And hero we
must leave them for our pen drops,
but our best wishes will attend them
It brevitv is the soul ol wit, how is
this U ? Wheeling Journal.
It is will out a I'. 'X. Y. Knter-
I lo you expect any body to ' " that '!
Phila. Sunday Mirror.
Mv vi.u hip pointed as a t
aren't you? liurlingtou Killer
pric. We-Mhe opH)itiinily to say that
these are real ? ? ? you fellows pro
AVell. they oiler us a $ou wrt of
amusement at Ih-sI, ainl 1-- our
spirits giiatly. Klcvatcd Railway
Ifvou were in llii ' o 'ciuiiii-v ,wc
would grap you ift'". M riden
An etlilor is tin his reputation
with such puns. Welcome.
Much adu tils ul 0. I Detroit I'rie
If you f.'ilows t'on't juit a . to this
horrible punning we will : the mlicc
to arrest you.
EETAIL liAESET EEP02T.
Amk PracticSil L!fo.!MriiW.!m?ij"S
61M) pp. Ctenr tTfw. flnrsi Ulndlnit unit llluxlrtttlitii.
AiKTH WAVrKl. fTft tt m-f Month,
t-ui Tertftt, addict J. CMtrCUKUy & CO., CinunuiiAU, O.
Uw in ittrr: if 1 ling fast; ceded rerywhefe; I.lbeml trm
Wm. UarreUHin ti: 3) Colic tic U Nliillu, Inn
Tho World liovo3.
We liavo Just ojieiifil n Xrw IlarlKT bliop In
tlic old Skaline Itink UullUinx, next iloor lo
Ilurbriilm" Bros liiwpry, on .Nashville utrecl.
Hlmvlnii. Ilnir C'utlint;, shampooing nml I)yo
ln. Call and Ifft an easy shiivf.
F. A.I.chmann, Solli-ilor ot Amonennon
ami Korrian I'lilcnl". Wn'Mnitlon. I). I.. All
ennnc-lfl Willi l'itni'. wll.:llli'r In
j re tho I'nUMit Olllro or tho 1 o.irls. piomnt.y
a SnTil t. No olmrgo nm.le nnle.. a im onl
YOUTH and MANHOOD
$L AGL'IOETO HEALTH WITH-
4 TVt h HIVS1UAN 01 Hyenr'i
-MM pxpiTk'iire. nnirt Veilunn
-.Tour ovf tein with limit, hm met
till Itiiok ini'l tivtiltl Qitrtrhi,
'l'rei"rl!)lloim ireo" uud r.lerlric Helt Ihiui
titiirs, wlileti It espoci. 1'ricu Ucts, Add reft
THE PU8LICHER. Box 234. Kilwaukta. Wlf-
OBT.n ktw FaJI nnd Wihut. J-'ur prtiiicuiiri, mMraai
4. J. McJui-dj L Co.. iibifluantL O.
Spring St., bet. Main and Virginia,
T. L. SMITH, Proprietor
llorm-s nlwnva rpnilv. Can'fnl ilrivera fur
nished when itcsiretl. Uomea ami miller
hoiiRtit ami aolil. Uoaclitonieotall trains.
I Jan 13 It I
The following extracts taken from
"The Gazette of Iho Wcstirn Conti
neut," compiled by Jedekiah Morse,
D. I)., A. A., S., in tho year 1801,
show how wonderfully things have
chunked since thr.t time.
"Lexington, fjrmt r!y tho capital of
tho State, contii'n nbi u: :!,"0 houses.
5 places of worship, 2 printing offices
and several slores of well assorted
good-. It has 171).") inhabitants,
anion : w! o n aea iiiiuibt rof t onto '1
"Louisville is a port of entry near
ly opposite Fort Penny on tho Ohio
riv r. Its tnhcalll 1 icss owlug to the
sin; n ut wuti rs buck of the town re
tards its growth. It consists of three
streets, containing about 100 homes,
:)50iiiliabi(anls,and acourt-liougc and
"Paris is a county town of llourhon
county, and has a court-house, a gaol
and a Presbyterian church. Tho
k.ruscs nre principally of brick and
slone. It is nthirving town of 377
"Cincinnati is a port town In the
State of Ohio, oppofito mouth of the
Licking river. It contains about 300
houses and ie 00 miles norlhwcst of
"Malt liquors, spirits distilled from
corn and rye, and the juice of tho su
gar treo mixed with water constitute
the' ordinary beverage of ;hc coun
try." Ono would infer that the water was
poor in those days. '
coaaccTKn wkkki.t dv
SIcKEK Jt l-Tool..
llama, Mignr curcil
Floor, ijinic.o I
Miilnaso rli" mi S. n
in hallhl.U ....
Uolilun l)rli, puit'
Cut nniU, ntto.
I.anl, annw. flake
Mexican or canlovn.
Salt. Tint. Ii'nl
Blaek-oyeil lVa hu
White Iht'.r ,
Corn, iloi ;
Tomatoes, ilox '..
Honey, extract II,
Chuivlnx Tobacco, lb
Tens, choice to fancy
11 ralxeil to gooU
s to 10c
9 to II'
tl to Ilk
II lo IV
j lo 1 IV
.7, to ll.ui
SO lo 71.
5u to 7.V
fiO tit 75
Is to ill,'
to Hi jC
nt tu ISc
91 to U0:
Hf;, to Sec
a to inc.
a to 10.
Wt; to lie
GO t 73c
JJ.OU Ul 2.IHI
ti.oo m l.r.
IPk... W. 11. rrotce, In pouuur Rclrura Honlh'y.)
Bupposo A gardener, with a ton ol
gravel in frout ol him, wero told to move
that gravel to a height of three feet. lie
would go to work with tho spado, he
would move shovelful after shovelful
from the ground linenp tolho thieo-foet
height, and after ho had moved the
whole of it you might readily imagine
that he would feel a little fatigued. Now
whenever n persou docs anything which
causes fatigue, he does wlmt wo cull
The gardener, in lifting tho gravel,
would poifoim an omonnt of work which
ia ciuable of bciun luensunHl. I will
give yon another illustration. Suppos
ing some boys wero put Iwsido a
pile of cricket balls, and for a wnger or
prize you were called upon to throw the
balls us fast and as far as you could. A
good thrower would perhaps throw the
first bull eighty yards, ho would throw
tho second boll seventy-five yards, the
third sevnily yards, Uia fourth siity-Cvr
yards, and so each ball that he threw
would go s less and less distant, nntd
h had no Btreugth left, and ho could
tlirov no Diurj balls. Now that boy
would have done work ; something would
huvc passed out of him iuto the balls ;
he has, as it mere, passed something that
belonged to him into the cricket balls,
and ns a reonlt he feels fatigue, through
the loss of this something.
T.ikc another illustration : Snnpoaiug
two crews egroe to row race. They
start full of life and full of energy ; tlioy
pull with all their hearts ami might, and
arrive at the goal, in common lauguage,
thorotigldy pumjied out. Bomi-tliing
baa gone out of them into tho boat,
abut which has gone out of the crew,
and out of the boy who throw the crick
et bails is what we call energy, nnd what
they have done is to do work upon the
Another example is in the case of tint
ball. A N'y kicks the foot-boll and
makes a splendid gorj. To do that he
has f cut something out of his lly into
the bull, which .'mrCes through tho sir
past tho winning gn! and the c.vne is
In nil these illustrations Something is
done which results in fatigue, work is
performed and energy is lost ; in fact,
work done means energy applied, and
energy applied means work done. As
mental energy is our capacity for learn
ing lessons, fur going through examina
tions and that kind of thing, so the eu.
I ergy of the kind I speak of Is the capac
ity for doing absolute physical work.
The generality of this energy is im
mense. It is a uimcult tmng to grasp
the fact that there is something in ex
istence that we cannot feel, that wo can
not touch and that wo canaot see, but
which gives all the force and power we
OF THE "
AT $2 A YEAR,
Rwvpn A TICKET FREE I--?
following IM- of valuable intiiiiuirs
subscribers of Hie SLMl-W LLIUA .-Ol
will be distributed tu the
1 11 KI-.Xrrt'KIAS on
Saturday, October 4th, 1884.
T'.verv subscriber Winning on nnd nfler NovcioVr M. l.vi:!, will be
fiiiilhd lo a ticket.
I Pine rprlght Organ
'1 Pino Sewing Machine
3 I limit Two-lii'l-se Wrlgnil
A Scholarship in Louisville l!uini- folic;
ii Set Single Harness
' (Jem's Saddle
7 Double Plow '
S 1-ainily llii le
it Omul W'.ieclliaviMW
Ill Silk Hut
II Ool.l Pen and Holder
1".'. Set Tea Spn.ins
1:1 Silver Duller Dih
U Silver (Joblct
Hi Silver Cup . .
17 Xii-kle-PI:il-.i Clock
IS Klegam Pair Ct.lf Pull in-
I'.' Mall Pox "igiu-s
ill Hail' llox Oijsars
ii Pine Dull
J'J lto 1 rein K I'andy
2.1 I'ine l!ug!y M'liiti
21 i'iue IliilnirT ""tridle
2.', "lirorgv Wsv-hiiigion
, Utiini .
t went v-fv
iither priin'tnti'. wurih II citi b. will
.Vi uoiih of alti;tlilc atiiilcs,
"n m.il.lion t.i t!i.'.
ln :n!iliil, oiii" the li-l Hggregal-' ovcl
wh.ch w ill lie uivrii nwitv In tier iiaifi.i-.
Til'-plan ol' t'.isli-iliin't." will b1 "ui' ir l tint t'.i'lirvcd heii'iiifniv.
The pi ' of Oik SKMl-W KKKI.Y N l I'll K KN'Tl'CK I AN 1-niiifiiriiily
$:'.!') n year, i-tish in ndvnoif. und ain;i w lint out." Xw l your iipHir
tuiiity to gel a pnMr worth tloiilili- the piii-e i !uii'i;ed nnd a t haiiie lor each
uud evi i-v line ol' ih. valuable prvii :'iiin iiifiitiimc l nlsivc
27"Sr: i-i iptimis sent liv in. il wi'l n-i civi-pniuipi at!-u:inii nnd re
ccipi. ri'id tic.' xt ill Ik- f.inv .trdil iilxits r -c-ipi ul' lite iib-criplion priiv,
t 'ali mi tl :uldiv,
MEACHAM Cc VILOU3,
Is -onip'elc lit t very resHi-l. iin'. we do all Linda of Job nml Pamph'l Work,
with in illness and ili-p:il' li. the bwct price. We mule n specially of
Anchiir Siiiaii' nnd Salcln l Unfioui ling. Al l:iM-r Plntir Sacks.
Onlcrs by mail pnuuptly attended I". Oivc us your orders.
(1.25 to II-76
Ul to 7Sc
10 to 20c
to to ISc.
M to 76c
16 to 2c
J MIXJHTKW3 DAVOUTKR.
Mr. Spurgeon tells a story of an Amor-
lean minister who thought he heard his
daughters talking scandal in a harsh
manner with some visitors, and after
their friends bad gono ho oponcd tho
door and reproved them. "But, fath'
cr," they answered, "what shall we talk
about? We must talk of something."
"If yon oan do nothing else, get a
pumpkin and roll it about," he answered.
Not long after, the girls heard an asso
ciation of ministers at their house get
ting very much oxcitcd, and almost los
ing tlicir temper. The eldest daughter
got a pumpkin and took it into the
room, saying, "There, father, roll it
n.inxuM ox rto.e pkkt.
" Broiled pigs' feet a 1ft P. T. Ear
ntim" is one of the dishes printed on Uie
Sturtevant Holme bill of fare, in New
Vork. "Pigs' feet, properly cooked,
were given me to cat Jong before I was
permitted to peruke of any other ani
mal food," said Mr. Rarnum. " When
old and yonng feet are bci'.ed two and
one-half hours, ns usual, t'-n ild ones ore
tough and worthless. If Uiey wore
boiled three and ono-hall hours the
young feet would burnt and the gelatine
Bwim away. Now, the secret is to wrap
each pig's foot in cotton bandage,
wound two or three times around it, and
well corded with twine. Then boil them
four hours. lt them remain in the
bandages till nieded to fry, broil, or
pickle. The skin will hold it togothcr
while being cooked, and when yon cot it
you will find them all tender and delicato
as possible" Housekeepers will be glad
to get hold of this new way of cooking
pigs' feet Wo say now, liecauso it will
be new to tho gem rnl public. It has
been known for a lrn. inic, nnd thore is
a hotel in this KUito ..here pigs' feet arc
a special feature of the bill of fare, nnd
the reputation of the dish has extended
fur nnd w'de. They nro cooked there in
the way described by Mr. Baruuia.
Esoubb vegetarians now stylo them
solvea "vcmists." The word is d rived
from " vom" o combination of the ini
liid lotturs of vegetables, eggs and milk.
Prof. Newman, who fathers the now ap
pellation, says that tho title "vogota
1.01 " is misleading nnd inaccurate, nml
!iat sumo substitute was necessary,
IVi.iciTY, pure aud unalloyed felioity
. not a plant of earthly jr-tw'U ; he
Jons aru skies.
The great whist playors of England
w ly dined, in tho usual acceptation of
tho word, aud nevor touched the 1'ider
uinn UJure playing. Charles Fox was
the exceirtion. aen. Anson and Mr.
any, M. T. for Uull, the two great En
glish players of our time, took n little
tea and toait at tho Turf Club in Arling
ton street ru nu ovorturo to the giuno,
nd Prot. Longfield, Tom Vignolles ol
'ho Cnstle, and George McDowell, Fel
low of Trinity College, the grcnt Irish
players, never cxcoode1 this mild re
past V. .n'-Hes. who was a son of tbo
Derm ol tho Cbupol Royal and an ex
piudte whist artist, had a splendid co
senr spoiled by being discovered cheat
tig at Uio Uuitrd Bervif., Club by the
)uke, then 1'iiuee George of Cam
lido, raid Geucral, theu Muj. Grifliths
7l tl Keots Greys, at tho miserable
;uuie r J viugtuu. Cum. Scott, the fallnu
J Ihu Duchess of Piiilliiinl and Vis
omitens C'nniiiiig, who is said lo br.vn
lesred filin.OW by scientilW piny ul
hist, adhered strictly to n regimen ol
cailcy-water bc-foio sittinjduwu to play.
, II. HANCOCK.
HAITCOCK c& ERASER
W. I. ntASKK.
M. II. KI.SI)N,
A K. JEsi'p,
NELSON & JESUP,
Tobacco Warehousemen and
. General Commisson Merchants,
die, Ky. Liberal Advance, on Prouuco In Sloe.
Rt ilroad St
NEW GROCERY STORE,
McKEE & P'POOL, Prop's.
SK TO KKKr THK UKST STIH.R l)r
Staple and Fancy
CIGAHS iL2TD TOBACCO
To ha found in the city. Monocr wo propose to sell goods nt the lowest
possible price nnd for CASH.
Call nrennd and see u nt Cot 'an t Muggins old aininl, under Sut'Tii Krx
tuckiAM Cflicc, Nashville Street.
Out Mottai ."Wright Vsfrongs No One,"
THE FINEST STOCK
Ever brought to Hophlnsville can be found at
JOHN T. WRIGHT & CO.'S,
THE MOST IMMENSE LINE OP
Men's .and Boys' Clothing and Overcoats
Of (til siics nnd styles. Tin largest sl.ick of cusloin made HOOTS
nnd SIIOKS in the cilv.
SPMAKIES IN DRESS BOOBS.
Wo curvy tho most elegant, lino of dents' Piirnlshing (ioods ever shown
in the ety. Our White nnd Colored Shirls eannot be excelled Latest
styles Neckwear. Hals am! Caps in great vnrielv, nil stvles and iirlecs
it will -uayyou to call nnd examine our slock. Wo nre a-cuts for tho'
ilnnst Mt reliant. Tailoring establishment in America, ami "Tinrnnleo ev
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