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WE ARE COMING. !
We are comin Andrew Johr-sun, we arc ;
coming from the West ; i
We ha-, gathered from the prairie plains,!
the brayed and tlx- Lest, j
To bear Jil..!t the starry flag, tne. emblem of
the free 1
Tho tlandard of tbat legion host, the sens of ,
, , !
We arc coming, Andrew Johnson, wo are
r ,i t,,. i
coming irom the ivist ; '
We have killed the fatted calf to make ready j
the great feast, j
At which the .s fr-.m all the States can I
congregate and sm,
And laugh and shout those wild huzzas that :
r.iiika the welkin ling, j
We are coming, Andrew Jv.-hr.aon, v;c are j
coming from the North;
We are r;atherii,g in our legions, to drive the j
traitors f.,rth, j
From every nock and coiner, of every rank
and station, j
I'lllCC till'- 111 IKIV lJV.-4.. I
Wu are criming, Andrew Johnson, we are
coming from the South :
To hail again the natal flag, the glory cf
The ll.u' our grandaires swore by, Decatur's
hone and pride ;
The one ho bore with heroism on every land
We are c n.h:g, Andrew JohDson, we are
coining as a Viand
That ov. !:- a common heritage, in this free
and happy land ;
We had one foster brother, the fairest and
Weo'A n one father only Ciacinnatus of,
the . cat."
Ai s'!i v. c arc coming, el.i-.ftair, the foes
f i-nd. . l:ivv A.-th-r
V1 :;. !i is i.'- r.i-.:'nt our polar ttar, by day a
Oh. k,v'i. it'riid it siicrc-Iiy. that boon of i
From the '.':, :,t Juhi.i Xi v
;c Second Book of Cniunldes.
.UVli:!!N'l TO PIXIT.
1. Audit came t pass in those
days, thnt Abraham bein d'ad uiid
patliored to his lathers, Andrew
reigned in his stead.
2. And the war whk-h had pre
vailed for many days being ended,
there was much tribulation, and the
blood-suckers and preachers and
harlots were much afflicted ;
2. And raising their voices, they
haid "JJehold, the honey-comb, of
which v, e have eaten has vanished,
and the teats we have sucked have
become dried tip.
4. "What shall we do, that these
';-'od things pass not si way from us,
j'.i'd we become again as lean goats T
". And they tent their cunning
men and painted v.'omen into the
city of the King, that they might
:-py out the weakness of his court,
and lay snares, that he might be
taken in their toils.
(. And jM-ing thither, tkoy cloth
ed them:-elves in mourning, and la
mented the death of him who had
7. (For they had thought to hood
wink the Kin-j,-, and hide from him
S. And they cried out for ven
genco upon ail tho-e - ho dwelt in
the land of the South, and imputed
to them the death of the King who
had been slain.
J. Saving, "Let their men and !
women be slain. Draw the sword
and the sucklm; j
I.. I !,...- . 1.,. 1. V.-... , 1 ",...!., I
4 'i-- '"On vour purchase. It can be found on
ouge ot tne sword. Let the iand j (;:inl trttt, below Clinton. (My .4,00. ly.)
oe lam ue.-oiuti-.
10. "Let thy word, O King! lift
oar brother, the r.eirro, to the hi'idi
places let him be even as our
11. "For behold by these means
: hail we bringdown the copperheads
and our glory be written upon
tables of bntr-S.
12. And thou, O King! shall we
v or-hip if thou wilt bow down and
do our will; to thee t-hall IJoker sing
ho-annas and Thaddeus, the Cynic,
sdiall praise thee.
l.'J. 4 'Wo will give to thee power,
and dominion; thou shall rule us for
ever and thy glory shall shine like
e mackerel when it stink-
, . . . .
i b '
v ! t .
1 !. 1 Jut Andrew, the King, look
ing upon them perceived the malice
hi their henrts, and their lying pre
ences were made manifest to him.
If. He also taw that front the
jam of ike land they sought riches,
.'! that the chief of Devils had en
'.'. 1 loo them.
hi. And answering them he said,
. ii i.-, written, Trad not the Vari
kee wlicn he smileth, nor the ped
dle! of mtfmoiis when ho singi.-fi
3 7. '(.Jo vc therefore to votir lac-
tories un.lDanieri and conventicles, I
uwl iny ll0t llltli0r tho "iluli3 ot
"r;it off lhe v.eeds Avhere-
Jtj u uro cothel, for I perceive
tLrotiirh your armor ot hypocrisy
the wickedness of your hearts.
ID. "le have made to yourselves
friends of the mammon of iniquity
. . . . . . 1
vcihavu he:i.ed u riches m the
nay ot alUiction.
20. "Ye .shall no longer through
tuj tcinlc.st of jlu0j jultl t)J yuur
i , , . . , . , r ,
stores, lor behold tno in-lit llectll
and the dawn of common tense
i tti i..,vo sv-(l,.n f,.,t tlio fiv-
, ,. . i . j i ti i i . i
Cijaiit ot our lathers bha.'l be kept
whole, and behold the Yankee and
hidden traitor shall nut lav his hand !
t j.n " j
. MM 1
s which vou
counsel will I not do nor shall your i
deceitful words lead me to the wot- j
.-hip of '();li" the o'vd ,,f tlic nit'r.
L'.L, "The day buoy-talk' hath
passed away, and the blather of
cowards- has become as the K;;st
2-L "Even as the De.il lld to
the Son of 3Ian, sv have ye ohered
that which i not yours to pve and,
like unto hint shall ve fail in your
4'J.'hc soius of IJoker tiro, not
sweet p.e- to mv ear', nor do J de-
sire tne i'e.n
2o. And the losiLHier?, and contractor.-,
:md l'l-eaciif rs, and liar
lots went forth from i he .re. net; o!"
,i i i i
-"-l tl.ey ri'"oi)d tl-eir teeth j
in th. ir rage, their splrr'o d.-ied in '
i I heir muth:, and they swore the v i
had been 4 void" even as Jau. I
2H. liur ihepc-ph; laughed them !
to scorn and said, "let us drive thi ;
herd of unclean spirits from our j
"YNTEI. A truthful description
of the 1 mt tic of Snickeivvi'Ie, and
Geary's 4 "home run"' after the
"bloody'" contest. Also, informa
tion as to the whereabouts of the
old cannon which the hero of Snick
crsviile promised to semi from Har
per's Ferrv as a present to tho citv
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL
Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iron Ware.
FRANK VV. HAY,
Cznd street, below Clinton, Juhiu-twn, Pa.,
VLY.Vr constantly on hand a lars'o assort-
mciit of Sugar Kettle", lhass or Copper
Kettles, Tin-Ware: a!l kinds of Shet -i-Iroi:
Ware; Ihiamded anil Tinned Iron Ware;
Copper Ware made to order. Sad Irons or
Smoothing Irons, Zinc Washboards, '
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES
of every L'ittsburgh cr I'hiladelphia manu
facturer always on hand or procured on live
ODD PLATES and G KATES for Stoves
abvavs on hand.
sroUTIXd, Miner's Lamvs, Oil Cans.
i'UUIT CANS and l'owder 'Uoru.-i of all
sizes, pr.nst.'int'y on hniul.
COt'l'EE Ml'hLS. Toasting Foikrf, Oyster
I'.-oiLio, Jol!y Cake Monldii, Table and Tea
Spoons, Coal IVackets &c.
1T11CE LIST now ready for the Trade.
Merchants are respectful- invited to call
and examine our wares. Send f.r a cata
logue before purchasing elsewhere.
Tho above goods will be furnished
FRANK W. HAY'S WAREHOUSE,
Ami Soce 'Lircuhj-f.ce jar L'titt
ooin;biovn, dune laoo
KEROSENE AND; GAS STOVE
TEA AND COFFF.i: LOILKRS, GLUE
TOTS, OIL CANS, Arc, &c.
All the cooking for a -CO
family may bt; done with .3
Cvi- Kerorc-no ().'!, cr Ga:;, g J
ii- with less trouble, and at 3
Cr5- less espense, than by any
&3" other fuel. -3
Each Article manufactured by this Com
pany is guaranteed to perform all that is
claimed for it.
CC?- Send for a Circular. -
LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO THE TRADE.
1,'1,'llOCrVT, T Til? 'IT1 '
iuui "0:111.11 v-v.,
00 l'EAl.L STREET, N. Y.
Thk Masox & IlAMLtN Capiket Oishaxs,
f.nty uiiierent stylos, adapted to Faered and
secular musie, f,r $80 to j.f,00 each. FIFTY-ONE
GOLD OU SILVER MEDALS,
or othi.-r firt prcmiuma awarded them. II
iu.'trateil Catologues free. Address, MA
SON & HAMLIN, IV.stox, or MASON
IJUOTHERS. New York.
Sept. 0, 1865. ly.
The Mysterv, by Mrs. Wool. The IL!r
esd 'of liellefont. Hy E. Bennett.
William Allair, By Mrs. II. Wool. O.K
lege Life, By F. II. Fanor. North Faeifir-.
! Exp'viing Expedition, By A. II. Ilarhcrs-
J olinstowii Marble Worbcj
A NKW STOCK
The subscriber has just received a Crv
lare and handsome invoice ofiffgjtii
Italian and American 2&nv
II A li 13 L E , -'4V
comprising the largest and finest vV-'Ox
stock of the kind ever brought to .jrft-?
Johnstown, at his establishment
on Franklin Street, where he is prepared,
with an adequate force of experienced and
skilful workmen, to executj all kinds of
MONUMENTS. Mantels, Tombstones. Ta
ble and Bureau Tops, &c, as cheap as they
can be purchased in any of the cities.
A large stock of Gkixdstones on hand
and for sale low.
A room has been opened in Ebensburg, a
few doors wosc of Dr. S. S. Christy's Drug
Saire, where articles of my manufacture are
kept constantly on hand, to which the at
tention ( f purchasers is invited.
ZT Prompt attention paid to or from
a distance and work delivered where de
June 7, 1GCG.
l i he ; uoscri-
ber announces to th.e jniblic, that i.u has
rejfurchaseil the Eben.d.iirg Foundry and i.s
prepared ti furnish his former customers
and ail otiu-rs with every description of east
ings u.-ual! Viauufactnrtd at a country es
tablishment. He will ahvavs keep ott hand
the best .piahtv of COOKTN'li STOVES,
l'ARLOR STOVES, OFFICE STOVES. &c.
Also FLOWS. ( f tiie most approved pat
tern. FLOW I OiNTS, TliliEsIHNO
MACHINES and aii other articled eonucct
cd with the bus-ine.-s of a Foundry.
lie invites t'ne patronage f tho public
and will s'i: at the itio.-t reasonable prices,
f-r tah or country produce.
Jl-irch L'O, 1PC5 ly.
On Mun tJn-cf, ljcn-lury Pa.,
T'EEI'S co-a.--t.it. tly on hsn-.l and fur sale, a
ik g-:-erai xupply of
L'nvtb'2'cs, iVrilnty Lin, Pens, Pencils,
Sla.canmes, and other articles in his line, all
of which are S'!d ;it rea-sonablc rates.
February 8, leCO.
ILL KINDS OP CHAIRS,
such as common AVinsor Chairs, Fret Back
Chairs, Vienna Chairs, Bu.-tle Chairs, liim
Backed Chairs, Sociable Chairs,
Cant j?ra 6tr5,
ROCKING CHAIRS, OF EVERY SIZE
SPRING SEAT CHAIRS
Settees, Lounges, Ac, &C.
of ever3' description and of latest
STYLES, WITH PRICES 'TO SUIT THE
Tastes of all.
Thankful for patt favors, ho respect
fully s.olicit3 a liberal share of public patron
age. Clinton Street, Johnstown Cambria
Co. Fa. November 20th. 18G1.
A. M'FADDON Sc BROTHERS.
OLD B1ITCK WAREHOUSE,
Dealers in all kinds of
TOP, A CCO,
NAILS & IRON,
LEAD & OILS.
All of which are sold low for cash.
Hollidaysbur-, May SI, lS65-tf
stf L'i fc ia e gilt
1SCG. PHILADELPHIA. 1SGG.
HOWELL & fiOUIl-KE,
X i si 1 o w Shades,
Corner FOURTH & MARKET Streets.
N. B. Always in Store, a Large Stock of
LINEN & OIL SHADES.
March 1, 180(5. 3m.
ATTJ1E PEXXA RALItOAD DEPOT
MEALS READY OX THE ARRIVAL
OF ALL TRAINS.
J. II. CLARK & CO., Proprietors.
Sept. 23, !Su3. tf
PURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD, The
Whitest, the most durable and most eco
nomical. Try it ! Manufactured onlv Ly
ZIEGLER k SMITH,
Wholesale Drue:, Faint and Glass Dealers,
No. 137 North THIRD Street.
February 8, 1800. 7y.
ICONIGSDUKG, PliLSSIA, 18G3,
mm, mm. m.
TN COMPETITION WITH ALL the lead
1 in- Sowing Machines in EUROPE AND
AMERICA, and the United States Agricul
tural Association; Metrno!itan Mechanics'
Institute, Washington; Franklin Institute,
Piiiladehihifl; Mechanics Association, Bos ton;
American Institute, New York ; Maryland
Institute, Baltimore: Mechanics Association,
Cincinnati; Kentucky ln.-titnte, Louisville ;
Mechanics lnsitute, San Francisco ; anl at
LVIRY STATE AND COUNTY FAIR
WHERE EXHIIJITED THIS SEASON.
IJiwnrd.s of 200,000 cf these Machines
HAVE ALREADY TEEN SOLD,
a fact that 5pcal:s louder than words of the
f.n.'vos and p jpularity of Wiiekllii or Wil
The Cheapest Machine in the World,
Because it is the Best.
Efi ry Mtehinc Warranted For Three Years.
Customers Risk Nothing in Purchasing,
Always happy to Exhibit and Explain them.
OCirculars, containing an cxplanati-i
of the Mr.ehiue, with testimonials from ladies
of the highest social standing, given on ap
plication, cither in person cr by mail.
WM. SUMNER Bl CO.,
Ajcntsfor the Western States and Western
Principal office and Wholesale Emnorium :
Ko.27 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
July 26, 1865.
f E VIE undersigned will sell at private sale
fl. the fallowing real estate in Cambria
county, viz :
A tract of land in Washington township,
situate miles from Crcsson, adjoining
lands of M. II. Adams, Daniel Criste, Hugh
J. M'Clof-ke', Joseph Criste, Jacob Burgoon,
and others, containing about 313 acres.
Ai .so A piece or parcel of land situate
in the sumu township, about two miles from
the borough of Wilrr.ore and one mile from
Portage Station, adjoining lands of P. M'
Gough, Esq., containing NINETY-SIX
ACRES, about sixty acres of which are
cleared, having thereon erected a frame
dwelling Louse and frame barn. On this
tract there is a large vein of limestone and a
vein of coal.
Ai.sc Two contiguous tracts of coal
and timber land, situate near Summerhill
Station, in Croyle township, containing 300
acres, fifty of which are cleared, having
thereon erected a dwelling house and barn.
At-so A tract of timber land in Black
lick and Carroll townships, containing 317
acres. A branch of the Blacklick creek and
Dutch run p;iss through the same. This is
a desirable property.
Ai-so The farm and coal tract formerly
owned b John Gillan, Sr., situate in Black
lick township, abut seven miles North-west
of Ebcr.sburg, adjoining lands of the late
John Gillau, Jr., David Rowland, David
Davis, Jr., and Jacob and Peter Wagner,
containing 123 acrs, or thereabouts, having
thereon erected a good stone dwelling hou--e
and a lo.r barn. This land contains an
abundance of coal of a superior quality a
vein 41 feet thick having been opened and
A l.o A piece or parcel of land situate
in Cambria township, adjoining the ancient
city of Buleaw, containing G2 acres.
Also A number of lots, dwelling
houses, and pieces or parcels of ground
situate iu and uear the boro' of Ebensburg.
AlJSO Other iandi Iocatol in JiiTUroni
parts of the county not above designated.
Ebensburg, Nov. SO, 1805. tf.
SAUDLE&Y AND HARM.
The undersigned keeps constantly on
hand and is still manufacturing all articles
in his line such as,
FINE SINGLE & DOUBLE HARNESS
BLIND BRIDLES, RIDING BRIDLES,
CHECK LINES, HALTERS, WHIPS,
which he will dispose of at low prices for
His work is all warranted, and being ex
perienced, he puts the best of leather in Lis
work. Thankful for past favors, he hopes,
by attention to business to merit a contiuu
ance of the patronage heretofore so libvral
ly extended -to him.
Shop above the store of Robert Davis.
Persons wishingrood and substantial Har
ness can be accommodated by.
Ebensburg Dec, 11, l8Gl-tf.
Great Improvement lu .Sewing
EMPIRE SHUTTLE MACHINE
PATENTED FEU. 11, lhOO. j
, 1 53G Broadway, New York, I
Salesrooms, j25Q Washintun SL Tij,toD j
THIS MACHINE is constructed oa en- j
tirely new principles of mechanism, possess- i
ing many rare and valuable improvement?, '
having been examined by the most profound
esp2rts, and pronounced to hn j
Siwj'licity and Perfection Cvmhined. I
It has a straight needle,' perpendicular
action, makes the LOCK or SHUTTLE !
STITCH, which will neither RIP nor ;
RAVEL, and is alike on both sides ; performs j
pcr'ect sewing on every description of
material, from Leather to the finest Nansook !
muslin, with cotton, linea or silk thread, j
from the coarsest to the finest number. '
Having neither CAM or COG WHEEL, and j
the least possible friction, it runs as smooth I
as g'ass, and is
Enqjhalicalhi a Xi.elc.3 Mu-hine.
It requires FIFTY PER CENT. le.s I
power to drive it than any other machine in
maiket. A girl twelve years of age can
woiii it steadily, without latigue or injury j
to health. " i
its strength and wonderful simplicity of
construction renders it almo.-t impoMbk to ;
get out of order, and is GUARANTEED ;
by the companj to give entire satisfaction, i
We respectfully invite all those who ma3 '
desire to supply themselves with a superior
article, to conie and examine this UNRI- j
VALLEO MACHINE. j
But in a more especial manner do we ;
S-'licit the patronage of i
J! lei ant Tailors,
( '.a-h Makers,-
I loop Skirt Manvfac-
Shirt a n d JJosom
Corsct M ilrrs,
Vest iwl Pantaloon
Dress M ikers.
One half hour's instruction is t-cfiii-ient i"
enable any person to work this Machine to
their ciitire sati.-faciion.
Agents wanted for all towns in the United
Slates, where agencies are not already
establi.-hed. Also for Cuba, Mv-xico, Central
and S uith America, to whom a libciui
discount will be given.
J. T. MoARTHUR & CO..
".30 Broadwav, New York.
D. & CO. 250 Washington St., Boston,
October 12, 1SG5.
To the Public.
II K M L O C K A Y A K K !
The subscrilors take pleasure in calling
the attention of the public to the fact that
they have jr.st received at their
NEW STORE. AT LILLY'S STATION,
n large and varied ctuok of
of every style,
Boots anp Shoes, Hats v, r.i-0,
tLocii, BACON, GROCERIES. ITSII,
SALT, HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
NOTIONS, and in fact any and every
thing usually found in a country store,
which they oiler at
GREATLY REDUCED TRICES fop. CASH.
(K?- Goods given in exchange for all kinds
of marketable cvuntrv produce.
J. II. DYSART & CO.
Hemlock, May 3, ISO'o 3m.
milE UNDERSIGNED begs leave to h.form j
the citizens of Cambria Ami a.lj 'ining .
counties, that he has jus-t received a stock '
of the finest J'alian ami ( titer M trbles at his
Establishment ih Lorctto CanArbx co., Pa..
Monuments, Tombs, Grarc Stones, Table
and Bureau tojs, manufactured of the most
beautiful and finest quality of Foreign and
Domestic marble, alwaj-s on hand and mad
to order as cheap as they can be purchased
in the city, iu a neat and workmanlike
manner, and on the shortest notice.
The public aro respectfully invited togne
me a call bt-fore purchasing elsewhere, as I
an; confident that my work ami prices vil!
satisfy any person desiring auy thing iu my
line of business.
Xoic is the time to tet a cheap fob !
Lorttto, April 12, lSG.ly.
TtTE are now selling Exchange (at New York
H Rates on
Wur tern berg,
S wit.e Hand,
Holland, Norway and France.
And Tickets to and from any Port in
Fnjbr.J, Ireland. Scotland.
Germany, France, California,
New South Wales or Australia.
KERR vV CO.
Altoona, March 1, iSGG.ly.
J0IBt IK TIIOMASJ Genuine Preparations
"Rnnf nnfl Shne TVToIjw I fluid extra or buchf.
SHOP ON MAIN ST'T., EBENSBURG,
one door East of Crawford's hotel, ami
immediately opposite the store of. E. J.
Mills cV Co, is prepared to do all work in his
line on short notice and in a workmanlike
The work done at this establishment will
compare favorable with that of any shop in
Philadelphia. 1 'ittsburgh or elsewhere in the
country. French Calf, Common Calf, Mo
rocco and all kinds of leather constantly on
hand. All work warranted to render salis-
November 2 1SG5 ly.
HURE LIBERTY' "WHITE LEAD Will
f do more and better work at a given Cost,
than any other ! Trv it ! Manufactured . ml y
by Z I EG LEU & SMITH, "
Wholesale Drug. Paint and Glass Dealers,
No. 1C7 North'THIRD Street.
Feb. 9, 18GG.ly.
. HELMR I.I)"S LT"i HU
THE ONLY KNOWN REMELy r,,,
; Irritation of the Neck of tho B' . " - -.
i t'lammation cf the Kidneys, t.V. rr- '
' Bladder, Stranguary or Painful U. ,
j For these di.-.eases it is truly a v. V
I remedy, and to much cinii-.t 1 . -.; ; .
' praise. A single do has U(a '"".'
; relieve the most urgent svrni.t !..-.
j Are you troi:b'.ed with that (I t- . .
pain i:i the small of the back a; .'.
j the Lip?'? A teapnonft:l a d.:v :'
: hold's Bucl-u will relieve y,u.
i Physicians and Qibor-
I LI.ASK N( iTIv.E.
I make no secret of
itract Iluchu i c:..
and Juniper Ei r:.-.-
great care, prepared vncui, a. I .. .
rules i f
PHARMACY AND CHEMIS;
These ir.sif-dieiits ar'' kt.oiva :
valuable Diuretic aii-.r
Is that which acts u:- n tl...- h:
IIELMIIOLI) S J-:X'ITJAC'T i:
j Is ploa-ant in t.itv a;.'!
i irjc.rioua pron;itk-s. a:.-;
j FOR THE SATISFAC
i Se- Medic:.l Proj-crti".-? c
I satory of the U. S., .f wh
j a correct c py :
; F.lo;,u. Its .-hr is .-ti
' somewhat ar.-ioatic. i:. t.
C :l .; :
1 1" :! .
analog,. us to
chief v in com
,:i.!s c f !:.
i and Urethra, Dis'-a.-o, f '
' Retention of ti.e Incr.-tii!-
; a loss t tone m toe i
! evacuation. It ha.-, ah
I in Dyspepsia. O. ivr.ie
il Is cone : ;
I ii i: rv o, .
ous Am ctioi-.s. n:,.. i r -i sv.
FOR FFil'I'HER IXt
See l'r.'ft-ss-ir IK v.--cs vala.o
Practice of P: v.-V
Sue : '.tf.:..'- oy tne
rnvsic. of Pi.i! : h!oMa.
I am a
i - r i - 1 1
i . :
u:t s' -re
i ; .
j resideoce, and was
i the li;itiv!- vie:
j equally .-j i cf- r-' !
I biy inr rc.--..--.l v.'it:
;t';i I. is !.-. i
WM. WE if
rs .V Welgl.ti
:-, N'nth an
(l in.i ..
fact nriijf t
to hear i
i ' K , it
T. II h .' o'..:
t: e Mctr. -p'
".. U'Ct dv-t-p
It is cert toiiy a l.'i.
SJICUaS faV'l'TibiV -it I
He ret a'. -as i-'s v'.:hv
c.ty, w:..v !. a: ai-tln-ir
T.h'' proprietor h.
been i::vlucc-d t
tiiis statement ir
in the tact liiut 5.
dies, -It b
a Si. a-iverti-.-:, crc
sl'IXE FRF PA RATIO:.
And, knowing that tho inteil-..'
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or the Patent Medicine order
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