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REPrBLTC, TUESDAY ETENIKG MAT ill 18R1
A DENTAL COLLEGE.
HALF FLEDGED DENTISTS PRACTIC
ING ON THEIR PATIENTS.
4cDa In the Oiieratlng Itoom In Oi
Operating- Chair 31 aim fat tore ofl'lates
and Teeth The 31ueiiiii Students
' The exterior of the building is m harm
less and inoffensive in ntipearance that few
persona would suspect that behind tho-m
walls are conccnleil something like 200
human being, the majority of them young
men, engaged in mastering the technicali
ties connected with the preservation anil
extraction of molars, bicuspids, incisors,
canines and all the other things in the
mouth to which the scientists have given
such terrible names, and which, on ucens-
slon, ache so like the late Samuel Hill. Is
lt not a dreaulul tliouglw Two hundred vines
and fifty men about to be turned loose Thenmsleof theirmlKhtystreamsthewindharp
upon the inhabitants of thus city, to estab-I In the pines.
lish 250 dental rooms, to smile blandly AnJ ,b"' " dSthe" feX ,ownAnd '"
upon 250 patients who come timidly fn, Un.,, gJjn'Sai ppl bring, from mountain
holding on to their jaws, to pop them Into unto
250 chairs and say "Open your mouth a London Punch.
little wider, please;" then silence for .1
moment; then 350 shrieks to rend the air, j Shrews Sri.ntlneallr Considered,
followed presently by an equal number of 1 Attempts to connect physiological ap
long drawn '"ahsl" expressive of iinmeaa- ! pearauces with a certain stamp of char
urable relief. It almost takes away vue's acter ate as old as Aristotle and I'lato.
breath to think of it. Mr Jordan, in his recently published
Observing Several persoiLS entering with , work ("Anatomy and Physiology in Char
that uncertain gait and troubled cxprcs- ' acter"). seeks to establish the conutctiou
ion of countenance vv hich mark the den-
list's prey, a reporter, lucked up by au
Intrepid artist, ventured into this place the
other day to see what was to be seen.
Armed with an accident policy for one
day, and with note books and pencils care-
fully concealed, they ascended a flight of
stairs atul entered a long, narrow rtsmt
containing alwut a dozen chairs of a kind
but too familiar to need description. They
were occupied by twelve unfortunates,
mostly females, in various stages of un
Lappiness. There wasn't cheerfulness
enough diffused over all their counte
nances pat together to make up one single
sickly defeated - candidate Uie day after
election smile. Hut there was enough
cheerfulness on the faces of the operators,
as well as on those of the other students
who were visible, to rather more than over
balance the gloom that otherwise chaxac
terlzed the proceeding.
By rare good fortune the artist recog
nized a friend in a six foot student, vv ho
TO watching a young man run a buzz
saw between the teeth of neatly dressed
and rather attractive yo&rjg lady. lie
consented to act the part of cicerone, and
under his guidance and protection the
twain made the tour of the premises, be
ginning with the extracting room. That
is, they began with It after a while, but
not quite immediately, for on trying the
door it proved to be locked, and various
hollow groans and muffled cries from be
yond conveyed but too plainly to the
listeners the fact that some student wan
adding to his information as to the ratio
between his dexter arm and some decayed
premaxillary grinder. When the student
Lad concluded his operations the door was
opened. About a dozen students were
gathered around the oiierating chair, and
a young woman in a state of collap was
departing. The students seemed to be
having a little discussion as to whose turn
It was to hare the next "crack," and
waved various dreadful looking instru
ment of torture about them in an alarm
ingly careless manner.
Leaving this ensanguined field, the ex
ploring party ventured next into the third
atory. Here was another large room,
with more chaiis and more unfortunates.
All the chairs were full and the students
were working away for dear life. The
professors look at the patient's teeth be
fore the student liegins to operate and
after he lias completed his work. If It Is
satisfactory, he receives a mark in accord
ance with the excellence of his work. If
It is not good, he lias to take it out and do
It over again. This, the reporter was in
formed, did not very often hapien, but
when it did it w.is apt to engender ill feel
ing Inrtweeii the ojierator and operatee.
Adjoining this was a large room devoted
to the manufacture of plates and sets of
teeth. In one corner of the n-oni was a
furnace about as hot as a crematory in
full blust. The student led the unhappy
visitors directly to this and planted them
within six inches of it w liile he gave them
all the details he could think of concern
ing the institution.
The professor afterward took the visit
ors in charge and showed them the mu
seum, containing among other things
casts of the heads of persons uixui v horn
remarkable dental and surgical opera
tions had been iicrforuied by the faculty
of this institute. There was the case, for
Instance, of a young man whom they
called "Tommy." who, through some
cancerous a flection, had lost Ids entire
nose and all his teeth. As show n by the
cast, he must have been a hideous object
to pure upon. The middle finger of his
left rum was bound down uin his face,
the skin opened and left there until it
should unite. When union had taken
place, the linger was cm off at the llrst
Joint, and the man had a very tolerable
looking nose at the expeiiie of it linger.
The professor was interrogated as to
the nationality of the students. He re
plied that they came from all lwrt.s of the
world, and ranged in agi- from 17 to W.
There was among them even one man
from Greece. He was a middle aged,
quiet looking individual, ami, the pro
lessor said, was very conscientious and
careful in his work. The oiierating Is
carried ou laily from 1) to IS. Kvery
afternoon there are lectures from 2.:!0
until 5 o'clock. The course takes two
years, and about three out of four, on an
average, escape being "plucked" and -it
back for another jrat. Karh student
works three .lays tilling teem two das
making plates ana one jay at extracting.
This, with the lectures and Mili-rqucut
copying of his notes and reading text
books, fills out his week very thoroughly.
The course embraces, besides Instruction
In dentistry, n completecourse of anatomy
and the science of medicine. Except In
the single branch of surgery, the course
embraces everything that is taught in the
College of Physicians and Surgeons. One
would naturally impoe tliat the insti
tute .would lie patronized almost exclu
sively by the poorer classes, but this, the
professor stated, was not the case. Many
persons who were abundantly able to pay
the highest prices came here for the reason,
be presumed, that they were Mire of get
ting uonest wors.
All the students carry about with
them little diagrams wliich look like a
small stockade fort erected for protection
against the Indians. Hut it is intended
to represent all the teeth in the human
head, first and second sets. Every patient
receives one of these pictures., with the
tooth or teeth to be oerated on marked
ou it by the profi-ssor, and lhe student
works with this as a guide. He cannot
touch a tvoth that is not marked ou this
rhart. New York World.
The best reason jet advanced fur having
Monday washing day. the next day after
Sunday, is because "cleanliness is next to
godliness." The reason why everybody
uses Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup is liceau-e It
is a safe, pleasant and isisitive cure for
coughs ami colds.
As tlie fast train west on the Pennsylva
nia road was Hearing Kittauing Point the
wheel of a car ou a freight train burst, and
the car crashed into two pessenger coaches
with a terrible effect, killing instantly four
men, fatally injuring two and slightly, in
juring many others.
"When some deep una immedicable
wound" takes your breath away, don't lie
down in despondency, but send a boy with
twenty-five cents to the neatest drugglt for
a bottle of Salvation Oil.
These son birds from America, tbey came across
To carol In our operas and take the upper E;
Time was wbeu dark Italians held all tbe iyrto
Time w as w hen fair haired Teutons were the op
But now la belle Atuericaine has come across the
To tale the British dollar back to many a west
Nerada's Itere. and Xordica, and Itrocb, and Min
And otbrrs w ho but lately sang in lkxton and
Hastlelter. Dottl, Enele, too, and Russell and Van
And btilhsnt Marie IVcca to America we pranl;
Miss Thursby. Ileurhel, OsrikhI, with our Ster
ling and lloie fileun.
Could fitly claim America1 lined eulojrKtic pen.
How Is it that Americans hava this great gift of
That fat they come, and faster still to Join the
One fancies that each baby soul in infancy Ji
J on it scieutillc Wis. In the preface he
apologiwstorthe "unpleasant and clumsy
epithets of shrewish and non shrewish,"
which he uses for want of better terms.
Ills attention ome time agonus drawn
to the physical comforinatlou of women in
j hospital suffering from ill usage at the
I hands of their husbauds. The iiecullari-
ties common 10 them all were a 1 lear skin,
often pink, scanty hair growth both on
the head and eyebrows and convexity of
the spine, more or less marked. Friends
and ueigliliors said or hinted that these
women had "sharp tongues in their
head." Mr. Joidau eventually discovered
that these peculiarities fn connection with
a shrewish chai acter were not confined to
one sex, and he classes men anil women
under the two heads of "sinews ami non
Mr. Jordan lays some stress on the
fact that in shrewish men and women the
skin is clear, tratisiarent and pigment
less, often accompanying very pretty
features. Tiie nails are inclined to lie
thin and weak, easily bent or torn, the
hair thin and scanty, the eyebrows
esiieclally being loor and uneven. That
marriages should ever be arranged by
a mutual choice of shrews with shrews
and non shrews with non shrews appears
to lie very hypothetical; still, Mr Jordan
is not without some hoiie that future
years may bring such a result. Ixindou
A Crase for Ivory Miniatures.
A young French artist in town is at
present supplying society with ivory min
iatures, and although they come exceed
iugly high he is scarcely able to keep up
with the demand Painting on ivory, If
not a lost art, was until the present re
vival almost a forgotten one. Such work
requires exact taste, abundant lenience
ami iieculiar skilL The skill and the
knowledge of the art required of course
died away with the falling off of a de
nmnd for the kind of work in question.
The cheapness and apparent value and
Iienusneiicy of photographs struck a fatal
blow at the one time popularity of Iv ory
miniatures. Hut with the lapse of vears
it has lieeu found that phot ographs are
not liermaiient records, anil ieople, be
sides, hive more money and more taste
than w lieu photographs took llrst place in
their Mtrci'tloiis. The tninsjiareiiey and
lieauty of these miniatures are a delight
to the eye, but the commonplace buyer
with the commonplace pocketlwok is
rather staggered with the information
that a miniature three or four inches
square costs 0l) to 5U0. The artist re
ferred to has just finished a miniature of
Mrs. Ueorge tiould, wliich is not only a
good likeness, but un exquisite picture ill
itself. A craze for this sort of thing lu
society is preduted. New York Mail and
KliglltH Hoots lii .t.
The supply of lsigus lxiots carried to
Egypt by one of the last drafts of our
forces there ought not to result iu fortune
to the unscrupulous maker, us a similar
piece of enterprise did during the Crimean
war. On investigation being made, ac
cording to the correspondent of a con
teniHrary, Into the badly shod condition
of the men, it was discovered that the
boots were machine made, which is con
trary to the contract for boots to be used
on active service. Hut, lieyoud this, they
w ere comisiseil of thlu leaves of leather,
filled out with a substance something like
pitch, renderitig thein absolute) useless
for hard work. This is a case in which
the guilty party can lie traced and excised
or punished without the slightest diffi
culty, and the pitch Ixiotx need not join
the bu)ouets, the cartridges, the buy and
all tile other things which nobtliclal fellow
can uudet stand. Pall Mall Uazette.
There Is, iierhaps, says Mr John Wil
cox, of Yinelaud, N. J., no practice so
fatal to successful strawberry growing as
the one almost universally adopted of al
lowing the grouud to remain uncultivated
until after the fruit Is gathered. This is
done to avoid the sanding of the fruit, but
it must be borne iu mind that under this
practice, with the droughts which occur
two years iu live, during the ripening of
the fruit, the crop is practically lost vv here
otherwise, by the leteutiou of moisture iu
the soil, through a thorough system 4f
pulverizing and cultivation, a full crop of
the best fruit could have been obtained.
In connection with this we observe the
most imiMirtanl fact of all, that during
the prevailing droughts the short crop
causes the market to rule high, so that
under this system of thorough cultivation
we are doubly rewarded for the extra la
lior expended iu the production of a full
lecriptloii of h "(Ireek IHinier."
The latest of Washington novelties Is a
Greek dinner The table, at one given
there recently, was decorated with gar
lands of roses, and the center ornament
was a Grecian lyre, with golden strings.
The floral decorations were garlands of
roses, and the walls were bung with rugs.
Couches were placed at intervals
throughout the room. The guests sat on
great chairs, covered with nigs, and each
wore a wreath of laurel, tied with purple
ribbon. The menu was written iu Greek
(wliich, of course, was as plain as the
roses on the table to understand,, and
among the dishes were wild hoar, roast
kid aiid hale An intermission of half an
hour took plaie at ulsiul the middle of the
dinner, when burning Oriental drinks
were served in silver tankards. New
Providing Tlielr Oh 11 .Monument.
The tallest monument iu New York
state and, in all probability, in the coun
try is that which marks the grave of Gen.
John E. Wool, at Troy, X Y. The fa
mous general left fllO.iinfl iu his will for
the monument. It is a plain granite shaft
which rises in tiqieriiig grandeur faralsive
the surrounding trees, and can lie seen for
miles iu any direction. Ixing John Weut
worth Is now ertctiug a monument to
himself iu a Chicago cemetery, which will
cost him f :r.tm0 New York Cor. Boston
Sixty-eight bodies have been taken from
the ruins of the Theater comiqtie iu l'ari.
It is now thought that the victims will ex
1 ll.l la I llAavTMI I
SYMPTOMS OF CONSUMPTION.
FlIISTSTAfiK Cough In the inoniiiig
followed shottlj after bj slight evi-ectora-tiou,
which the patient thinks only comes
fioiu tils thioat. Miort bieathing. with
tightness in the chest pulse lieisimes quick
er in the evening 01 after a full meal chill
iiu"ss in the evening udhsln-ht lever.
Oully'a Pure Malt Whiskoy
Is the (iSI.V absolute elite for the first
stages of consumption known to 11uslie.1I
science today. This can Is- proven by Inm
dledsof celtilicitesfioui leading .hsieiaiis
and thousands of testimonials from cured
consumptives. I'c.id what a prominent
l'WSCI TON. SroTT Co., tovTA
"I have li'ed llunys fure Malt VVIilikey with
great heneflt to my wife, who Is 3 confirmed
Invalid I know from eipeneiicelt Is a pure
and most valuable medicine I am also mine
It 111 the case of my son. who Is threatened
with consumption. I am a I'resbfterhtu cler
Kvnianaiid a doctor ul ll vlulty. hut I am not
afraid to recommend thirty's .Mail Whisky as
the purest and most efficient tuule that 1 know
of. and my experience Is a larce one "
KKV. It MILLS.
This whisky is sold only in bottles. Price,
Si. For sale by Druggists, Grwers and
Dealers. Persons east of the Kocky Moun
tains (except the Territories) unable to pro
cure it from their dealers can have Hall
Doen sent, iu plain case, unmarked, ex
press charges prepaid, by remitting S1 to
THE DUFFY MiLT WHISKEY GO.,
Rochester, N. Y.
O Years y "An Invaluable Msdf
cln for Woman."
UDIA E. PIKKHMTS
1 a IoI1i,e Car
For ALL ol tle Ptinful
Delicate ComptaiiiU and
WfaOaXeaftftt to common
cur Wivt. V0U1
tw run. At TO
uk tiik, rn
CAtlCt AM !
MftJJtll aHd Ida!
fait U If tftct.
lTIS A VrkT (IKIaT MELT DT rHWCjLKCT, D ItliITU
W DrUMI UkBs.K AM) ATftXOClAK KkNiTHCaXrCkl'-M.
OVER 1000 LADIES IN PHILADELPHIA
lon, testify aa to it rood qtialitica. It la a delleal
natter to ttify About but we bAve their tuiuffl.
ID'er alt wealturaaea of Uie general organs of
rither wt, It ia acond to no remedy Uiat Lai evrr
fceea befjra the public; and tor alldfea-of thaKU
lexaltlatLaf.rvtirat lUmtdf in the It urld.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE IT FREELY.
Jt I.nrjr it WtlWj for l Irgittmatr hntUmu . ,ti
4t tMJthrrt ii- ititan J ttd ail il ruinta fiJ
It will euro entirely all Ovarian or VAiual troubles.
fnCaiamatloa aud Ulceration. Favllhitf and DUpliu-e.
aenta; aud consequent Spinal Weal.uM, and i pr
ucuUrly adapted to Uus Cbtuifaof Life.
WEARY WOMEN PRAISE IT.
It removes Faintnosa, rutuleucy . destroys all crar
tr.f for stimulAnta, ad relee W rakneas of Uie Stom
ach. Itcurra TJIoatiiiK, Headaches. Nervous Prostra
tion. Oecerai XVbllity. SleepIetaoeM, Depression aad
Indigestion. That freUnff of bfarluj down, causing
pain, &&d backache, U pnuauenUy cured by its usa
AN ANCEL OF MERCY.
It la absolutely a iafo cure for all female weaknesses,
nctudinc leucorrboea, lm-g'ular and painful tueustru
ation, Judauituatioa aud Ulceration of the womb,
flooding, proKpaus uteri. &c. It eontalna uo sub
stance lhAt la harmful. Is a.i uf nr.
$1. (C Tor $. Iu M.iul.l, I'll, or I,07enr Form.
No family should be without I.TDIA E.PINKUAM'9
UVEHFIL.LH. Ibey euro constipation, blliouaueM.
and torpidity of the liver, 3G ccnU ir box.
All these world-wide celebrated mnediee are manu
factured at Lynn, Uaaa The Copipound (in form ol
lorengea and pUI. Liver Pill aud SanaUva Waah
iau bw aeut by mail oo receipt of price.
JJTAlt Sold by Irugglaia.-V
Sei.d stamp for Mrs PiokLam's "Ouidetillaallh"
and Confidential circular, with dtoiiptlon of oa
and aytupUmia of weakntwa. MntUm tXia Jun
It NtW YORK
Emtioily the MgUrmt rxceUeii-
ct-M in mhnifrntifsftrtPnjorttttttt
K lurthilitifi$mt tt re the rriynhtff.
,3 A Javot itrm hi Jtivhiumibteeirrieg,
I jf (tunu.nei. J.. T.COUSI NS,
f ou r.cry wc, ( NEW YORK.
Agents for SpRisr.Kinii
Rouse & Parsons.
YOU CAN'T BEAT THE
dnal amenta for the cere of pain and diaeaaa.
Prepared from the complete virtue of fresh
Hope, Burruudr Pitch and Oumi. The createst
atreugthesing plaster ever Invented. Apply
one to Baokache. Crick, Rheumatism. Kldnay
Patna, BUtchea, Sdatlca, Sore ChOBt,orpainin
amy part, local ordeep-aeated. Curea insiaatly,
oothoa and atrengthena the tired muaciea. AU
ready to apDlr. Sold bv dnur and countrv
atorea. S5 oenta, 5 for 91.QO. Mailed for price.
rropnetora, nor ruAsnrEU CO., Boston, ifaaa.
Svowtes awJL Bes
ToeiirerMtlif iie llieiiiettielne muC
l moro tliuii u pnri;ullte. T !e er
uancul. Il imiHt roululn
Tonic. Alterative and
Tiitt'fi Fill M.ei ihe
mii emiiieni tiraree, una
it the liel their iialiml terliult
lutluit, - ? i lit I to reKiilarllj
The Crt-At EnxlUh lrrrrlptla
rMT. ""i rj-iMnniru,J
adfitiAftiraa Mitt ivir mx. y o4sva tail a13
eases caii1 by M'lf-Abiiia or lu.
discretion. One iwu-lfsire 91. sir a.V(
bkporkI Hv mail. Wnre for Pamphlet. fArrxa
Eureka I'hemlcal fo,, ltetrolt, ITllctl.
Call on or address Tbeo. Trunne.druirut
oorner Main and Market ttrretl, SprlDxfleld
l M V s- a
aBVrMmljB m and
ARt.iiiUhini; sm-( n..
It itlieiluty of every person who has
iimhI Iliisrliet'H Herman 'irii;i to let Its
vvoinlerfiil iiialitle.s lie known to their
friends in curing ('iiiiMimption, severe
CoiiKlri, Croup, Asthma, l'neiiinonia, ami
in fart all throat ami liuiviliNeasea. No
peiNon can line it without inimeiliate relief.
Three ilnes will relieve any case, ami we
consider it the duty of all ilrugKliU to
icconiiiifiid it to the mmit, lijinn coliiumir
tlvo. at hast to try one iK.ttle, a 80,000
dozen iKittle- were wild last ., ear, amino
one cao where it failed was reported.
Such a miilicine as the German Syrup can
not lie too widely known. Ask jnurdniK
gist aliout it. Sample Ixittles to try. sold at
10 cents. Ketmlar sie, T." cents. Sold by
all l)rui;i;ists;iiiil Dealer, in the United
-States and I'antula.
There is irosHit of an early settlement
of the coke strike. Negotiation aro peml
im; for aconrereiii-e iH-tvveeii the men and
b irarranted, is because it is the best
Wood Preparation known. It will posi
tively cure all Wood Diseases, purifies the
whole system, and thoroughly builds up the
constitution. Itemeuiber, we guarantee it,
Frank II. Coblentz, comer Market and
II lull streets.
The president of the Indiauaioli (!as
company says he will accept the provision
of the ordinance recently passed, and pipe
natural gii" into the city.
A I'llltiil siKlit.
What madder sight can be ImaKiiiHl than
that of h noble man, whom the world can
ill atlord to spate, stricken down in the
priiiiJ of p useful life by coii-,imiptInii.
riiotisaml'i'aFe,) early filling consumptives
tjraves vv ho miijlit tie savesl by the timely
use of Dr. Tierce's "Coldeu ileilical Dis
vsivery," whicli i a positive cure for con
sumption in Its early stain's. It is the liest
alterative and jiectoral in the world. All
The council at Green Spring, Ohio, has
nasM-d a prohibition ordinance, to tale
effect after .lime SO.
It will close four sa-
JgNcither mind nor lly ran act healthful
ly. If the hlnod is vitiated. Cleanse the
vital current from impurities by the use of
Aers Sarsaparilla. This remedy purilies
the blood, le-iuil the wasted enernies, amt
restoies health to the dcbilitiitnl system.
Keirts submitted to the Ohio Christian
Missionary soi-iety. In tliirty-sixth annual
convention at Kenton, O., show total collec
tions to acmeicatf S0,IIW.S7.
If you have a sallow face,
Andean many wrinkles trace Don't crj:
If jour check have pimples sore.
And ' witli freckles covered o'er--Doii't
If J.w ,iave irniwn so very ilnin.
You can no longer lovers gain -Don't sigh;
For jou'll regain within a week.
If oii the icmedy will seek.
The charms of beauty all complete Then
The wondrous ('haiiipliu's l.iipiid IVarl,
Ueauty's Ikkiii to every girl.
The Michigan legislature ha passed a
resolution to have the state participate Iu
the celebration of the settlement of the
northwest territory at Marietta. (I., April.
The good opinion of the public, in regard
lo Aver's Cherry l'icloml. Is continued by
clergymen, lawjers, publie sjieakers and
actors. All sa) It is the liest remedy for
itlcctioiis of the thniut and lungs.
The supreme court has sustain d the ac
tion of Tiesident Hayes restoring General
lien. 1. Kunkle to the army. The decision
gives him over SlA.ooo back pay.
SI.KKPI.KSS NIGHTS, made miserable
by that terrible cough. Sluloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. For sale by K. A. Gar
wood. The general council of the Reformed
Kpiscoial churrh, in session iu Philadel
phia, passed a resolution recognizing adul
tery it the only Scriptural ground tor di
voicc. and forbidding ministers of the
chinch to remarry a person divorced on
an) other ground.
yV rv wou',l enjoy your dinner
3 iJ andareproTentedbyDjs-
pepsia, use AcUer"3 Dysiepsia Tablets.
They aro a positive euro for .Dyspepsia, In
digestion, Flatulency anil Constipation.
e guarautca them. 5 and CO cents.
Frank H. Coblent:, corner Market and
The Carfiehl club of Cincinnati indorses I
John Sherman for president, and calls in
on other republican clubs in the state to
assist In .securing him the undivided audi
enthusiastic supjiortof the w hole delega
tion in the convention.
"y.-y trifle with any Throat or
" v Lung Disease. If you have
a Uiugli or Cold, or the cliliaren are
threatened with Croupor Whooping Cough,
use Adder's English I'.cmedy and prevent
further trouble, it Is a positive cure,'
and we guarantee it. Trice IU and SOc
Fiaut 11. Cobleul, corner Market and
Sivretary Fairchlld has granted the re
in. -st of the I'acilie Coast .steamship coui
uau for pi'milssimi to bond dutiable goods
Cor transportation from one point in the
Cnited States to another via the Canadian
Parltie railroad. This gives a competing
transcontinental route, not subject to the
restrictions of tiie inter-state coitiiuerce
I.nsT. "I don't know where, I can't tell
when, 1 don't see how something of great
value to me. and for the return of which I
shall Ik- trulj thankful, viz: a good ap(e
tite." Km i. "Health and strength, pine
bloijlj. an appetite like that of a wolf, regu
lar digestion, all by taking that popular
ind iieculiar medicine. Hood's Sarsaparilla.
1 vv ant ev erj body to try it this season." It
is sild by all druggists. One hundred dines
It is believed that tt least sixty out of
eiKhty counties iu Dakota will vote prohibi
tion at the election next Xovemtier.
l,..t Hll.l t OUUll.
A rewanl for the man that presents a
better thltiK than the Hop Plasters for all
pains, aches and weaknesses. Soothes
strengthens ami vitalizes the parts; -J.V.
Hop l'laster Co., signature on back of
plaster. Observe it.
llouvier's is the lale-t alwrtive attempt at
cabinet-making in France. His M-Icctions
refusisl to servo without lloulancer.
Ulear the VVr
Without loss of time, when the intestinal
anal is blockeil up by reason of coustipa
ti chronic or temporary. It should be
borne iu miml that this ailment is prone to
become l:ilin and obstinate, ami breed
other ami vvoe complaitiU. llostetler's
Stoiiiaeli Hitters is tbe precise remedy to ri
uiuve the oltructin elfectuall. but with
out (benching or vveakeniuK the blockaded
bowels, a consciiuence always to lie appre
hended from the use of violent laxatives,
whicli are ainonirthe mini iH-rniciousof the
cheap nostrums swallowtsl by the credulous
and inisiiuorineil. lhe tiat of exiienence,
and of the medical fraternity, sanctions the
claims of this standard aperient. Xot only
as a source of relief and permanent regu
larity to the bowels, liver and stomach, but
as a means of remedying and preventing
kidue) and bladder troubles, and fever mid
ague, it is without a peer.
Dr. T. V. Illlss, eve anil ear surKcoii, U
Wret ilalu sttcct. rJjcs niteil with glasses, j
THE NEW riMXK.
That the most delicate stomach will lcar.
A SPECIFIC FOK MALAKIA,
RHEUMATISM, NKUVOI'S PKOSTKA-
TI0N and all Germ Diseases.
TIIK -MUST Si IKNTIi'K A.Mi SlfCESS
Kt'Llll.OOK l'LIUHKI'.. sutrl..rt.. .ulnln.
Mr. V A. Miller. i fiist l".:tli ttrect. Nw
York, us cured hv KasKtne of extreme mala
rial prostration alter seven years uifrriii.
lie had run dmvu frmii IT pouml tolC. tiegaii
on Kaskinelti June, ls, went to rk lu one
iimntli, reinilneil his full weight In sit iikhiIIis.
(JiilDlnedi'l Min no good whatever
Mr. ufdeuti Thuiniisoii. lhe oldest and one of
the most respected citizens of llrldi:cH,rt.
Conn., says I am ninety years of age. and
for the last three years havesunVred from ma
laria and the effects of quinine poisoning. I
recenitv began Willi Kaskinr. which nroue up i
IIim m-t!.rtrt nil iiitr.,k,-i1 tow uli'ht '-' '
Kaskliie can tielakrn vvithoul any special
medical advice SI per bottle, i-eut by huvll
on receipt nt price.
The Agentol KASKINKIias on I'lihlie K
hililtlona rem.irkHble M VN1KIN. or model of
the human body, shovvliiK thetoinach, Heart.
Lungs. Uver. Spleen, Kidneys and the other
organs aud parts in Health aud in Ulsease
lly au Inspection the attlicted can see the
nature and location of their troubles and
team how Kasklne relieves and cures thein.
KASKINK Co ,M Warren St..New ork.
A whole medicine hest in your jiocket,
with one box ot Ajer's Pills. As they
operate directly on the stomach and
IhiwcIs, they iudirriily affect every
other organ of the lrtly. When, the
stomach U out of order, the head is
aftViteil, digestion fills, the blood 1-.
comes imiHiv ensiled, unit vou fall au
easy victim to any prevalent duease.
Miss M. K. Uoyle, of ilkesharre. Pa..
puts the w hole truth m u iiulsliell, when
she says: 1 use uo other medicine
than Ayer's l'llls. They are all that
uuy one needs, and just splendid to save
money in doctors' bills."
Here is au instance of
who lust his medicine chest, bur, haying
at 1iul.iI a bottle of Ajrr's Villi, fouiiti
liimtlf fully rquipiwd. J. Arrlsou,
M. I.. of San Jos, Ca!., writes:
"Some ihrre 3 ears ago, by the merest
acc'Klfiit, I was fnrpt, so to spak,
to prr-cribe Ayer'i Cathartle PilU for
ttet.t 1 auk jut-u among u l'rt of engl-iift-r
in the Sierra Nevada .mmu talus,
iuy iiiethciitf che&t haiii beeu lost la
io-,sing a mountain torrent. I was
nurpri-ied ami iMlj-htetl at the aMfuu of
the 1'ilN, vt ninth so, imleeil, that I was
ltl to a further trial of them, at well as
of uur 'terry lVetoral ami Sarapa
nlla. 1 havti nothing but praise to offer
in thrir fatnr."
aluliu W. Itrnwn. M. 1., of Oceana,
V Va. writes: ! prprribjAer Pills
in my praetiee. and iiml them excellent.
I hi-jji their general ne lu familie-."
T. E. lla-tniLrs M. D., of Italtlmore.
Mtl.. wiites "That Ayeri Tills do con
trol and cure the ouipl.iiutH for which
they are designed, h a- conclusively
proven to me a anything possibly c.tu le.
Thev ui- the best catliartle and aperi
ent v lthiu the reach of the profession. "
1 Ayer's Pills,
Or. J. C. Ayer &. Co., Lowell, Mail.
Sold by all llru.iu.
pKBaV.I SV wSrfl
FW STEEP OR FLAT ROOFS
CAN BE PUT UN BY ANY FKttSO.
THOUSANDS OF ROLLS BOLD ANNUALLY
rOK BUILIII.VCS OF KVKKY
BaHU FOR NHW CIRCULAR, OO.XTAL'SINO
FKlUt LIST AMU KKFKKH.NUU.
ACE NTS WANTED.
M. EHRET, JR. k CO.
423 Walnut Street, PHIUDELPHIJL
AIIE STILL TUIUMl'llAXT!
For ntteen years tbeyhayesteadlly gained In
favor, aud with sales constantly lucreaitmc
bave become tbe most popular corset tbroiigb
out tbe United States.
"Tbediiualltyis warrftuted to wear twice as
Ionic as ordinary corsets. W'e have latelyln
troduced tbe 11 and K-11 grades with extra Ions
waist, and we can furnish them wlien preferred.
IliKbest awards from all the world's Krrat
fairs. The last medal received is for first de
cree of merit. from the lateeiposltionbeldat
v bile scores of patents have been found
wottliless, tlicprluclples of tbe lllove -I'lttlnu
have nroved Invaluable.
Ketallers are authorized to refund mouey. If ,
upon examination, these corsets do not prove
Forsaleeverywhcre. Cstaloituite free on ap
plication. THOMSON. LAXIJDOX Sc CO., X. V.
Options on Stocks & Bonds
(Pl'TS. CALLS. ETC.) A SPECIALTY.
Insurance Against Loss iu stock Operations
Circulars and Information on Application.
The Theory uf stock Kscliause scula.
tlon. by Authur Crump. Price. '. post paid.
Table of contents mailed free. Every specu
lator should read aud study this Interesting
work. II. U KOSENII.WIM.
t'u Kxcbautte Place, New Vork.
? J v
O W& Va.
RAILROAD TIME CARD.
, l'lllsl.iii(, Cliuli.onll ami HI. l.oul. llall
I way Compauy Pun If.ntll. lioul..
I I'nder scheilule iu effect January IMl,
I l!s.7, trains leave Springfield, central
jstxiuUnl time for enla, Cincinnati and
Co!iimbuVT:l.'i a. m..for Dayton 17 1.1 a.m.
for Xetila ami Indianapolis JlO.-Jil a. in.;
for enla, Cincinnati, Columbus, Indian
spoils aud Chicago, Srr. p. iu.; for Xetila,
Dayton and Cincinnati, frclli p. in.
' Trams arrive in Springlield at 171.'. and
I H)."20 a. in.. 5:00 p. in. Slid i;mu p. ui.
Dailj. Daily, except Sunday.
S.vvi. Doims, Ticket Agent
CUvcland, Uoluiubaa, Olnttiaoau and
8 Night Express 1.3) am
12 New York A Ronton Express.. Mioam
2 Cleveland a Kalni Kxpress. 3ii pm
4 New York Limited Kipreas M.ii pm
Night Kiprms S-Ji am
.spg., (.ia. a wea. si. .
; 1 Cto lying Buckeye .. .. Til air. '
, H Ctaciauatl a Indianapolis Kxpress. ll.uoam I
I 3 Clsveland a Cincinnati Express. lUpio
3 cinii., ina..3i. louis a han. ki 'Uipm
9 NUht Express 2Jiam
' 1 Clu. tlylng Buckeye.- 7xain
I J Clerelsnd i Cincinnati Express Uiio
New York, Bostan a Cincinnati KiiJi pm
Night Express l.iSaio
a Daiton, bDrtngneld.Accom.tr't sMarn
II Ntw York a iiustou Limited. v.'4Jani
2 Clef aland A Kafltern Kxnreaa . 3.45 nn
X Cincinnati A Springfield Accoin &.M pm
It New York Limited Kxpress N.45 pm
No. 12 has through sleepers to New York and
Boston without change.
No. 4 Is the famous limited express, com
posed entirely ot sleepers, east ot Cleveland.
inrougn sleepers rrom spnnjpieia. aiakei
lewlorkln iuH hours sad Boston In :tS
a. u. KNiauT.
a nV-Tleket Agent,
K. T r.nn. Ohio B. K.
All trains run on Central time i'. uluntrt
slower than city time.
TatissLiiva ooisa hit.
No. 4. New York Limited, dally. W:21 a. m
" 2. Accoin.. dally ticepthuuday. 3:Jap. in
" Vi. Atlantic Ex.. dally 210 a. iu
N'o. X Cin. a M. Louis Kx..ilallf . . 5:10 a. m
' " 1. Accoin.. dallyetceut Sundal lil.uT a. ic.
" ,V St. Louis Kx.. dallr . :1:5 p.m.
No. t has sl.eprs. but no change ot cars In
plthercsse through to Near Y or. Ho. ihu
through sleepers lo St. Luuia.
for tickets to all points and further Intor
roatloD. cation J. 1. Hsuoss.
Agent. TS Arcade.
Teleph.ne call 310. ,
Fur the Improvement of rtdewatk. curb and
Resolve,!. That It Is heret.i declared hy the
cltv council of the rltVof rillUinirtleld.lltilo.
'I hat It Is necessary to Improve the sidewalks
on lite streets ncreinaiter named by curuiuic
ana pavmc ineguiiers. ana pavini: the side
vvalks ltti hrlex, where not already done
To-wlt. Both sides of H'esteru aveuue.be
tweeu lliitii street and North street: the south
sid ol Jefferson street, between franklin and
ellowprlni;s street, the east sldeot Plum
street, between Jefferson and Pleasant streets:
both sides of Yellow springs street, between
I'ltiert avenue and State street; both sides ol
enter street, oetween Obenchaln alley and
Lllierty street: the west side nf Factory street.
iM-lneeo Jefferson street and the north line uf
the L'lark property; the uorth side of Smihem
aveuue. between Market and Center streets,
both sides of Mechanic street, between Clark
aud i'air streets; the west aide of Ferncllff av
euue, net ween meclinsana loot of college hill,
the oast side of Forrest avenue, between lllah
and Mound streets: Ixiihsidesofaprtugstree.,
between North street and the bridge, both
sides ot Southern avenye, between Pearl and
Taylor streets, the west side of Light street
between Columbia and N'orth strett. h.,tl,
. sides nf Rice street, betweenTaylorstreetand
'CIKIou avenue; lhe north side of Clifton
t street, between York aud Kast streets; the
west side of Western avenue, between Main
and I'leasaut streets: both aides of Chiton av-
eiiue. between Patton and Klce streets; both
sides ot Liberty street, between Callagher aud
I lhe following named sidewalk's to helm
I proved by curbing and pavtug thnguttrrsaod
I grading and graveling the sidewalks, to-wlt
llotli sides of John street. Iietween Yellow
'Springs street and the L. 31. R.R: both sides
I ol Southern avenue. Iietween the L. 31. K. R
: aud Plum street; both sides of Center street.
between Liberty street and Southern avenue;
both sides of Limestone street, be
tween routhern avenue and State street.
i lhe south side ol Main street, between
, the C C. C. A I. R. R. and ilreenmouni
I avenue: the west side of .Miami street lie
tween Pleasant and Hart streets: both tide-,
of PIe.tant street, between ellow Surins
and Davton streets: Doth sides of Columbls
street, between Isabella street and Western
avenue both sides of Factory street, between
Fair street and Southern avenue: both sides
of Freeman street, between Main aud High
streets; the uorth side of Clifton street, be
tween Killer and Oak streets: both sides of
Klder street, between Clifton street and Cham
pion avenue; both sides ol Patton street, be
tween Limestone and Pesrl streetsiboth sides
of Lagnuda avenue, between the I, II Jr. W.
railway crossing and Red .Men's hall; both
sides ot High street, between Ureeuraount
and Belmont avenues.
The following sidewalks to be repaired with
lirlck. to-wlt. fheeast aide of Mitrlrt rrwr
between Main and Columbia streets.lnfrnntof
the property of .Mr. Ueorge Specre: the nortn
side of High st eet. between Shaffer and Light
ireevs. aia improvements snail he con
structed or repaired according to the ordi
nances of this city regulating such Improve
ments and tn the acceptance, of the city en
glneerland the owners of the property.bound
lng and abutting upon said portions nf said
sidewalks, curbs and gutters so ordered to be
Improved, are hereby ordered to so construct,
or repair, said sidewalks, curbs and gutters
within sixty days from legal service upon
tliemof uoticeofthe passaged! this resolu
tion. riut said property owners are hereby fur
ther not! tied that at the eiDlrutlonoI said
period of sivty dayssald council will cause
said improvements to lie made, or so much
thereof as sfeall not have been already done by
thepmiertj owners, and will by ordinance or.
der the astessiuent of the expenses thereof
upon the proiKTty bounding and abuttlne
upon aald sidewalks, curbs and gutters to be
iiiipniveo. in proportion to ine respective feet
fronts (if s.ild properties: and that said council
wl II hyaild ordinance lurther provide f or certl
lying said assessments to thecoiilracturdolng
the same for said cltv lu payment t here for ac
cording lo the laws and ordinances of this
ciy;aud inn llieclty engineer Is hereby dl
reeled. iiui the completion ol the work to
lortnwiin .prepare and report to council :i
statement ol the cost or said Imnrovement
and that the city clerk Is hereby directed to
cause legal publication to be made of the pass
age of this resolution.
Passed ty council .May Kth.lssT
J.S. Shxwjltxi. President.
City Clerk. llnam
Virk street Kitensiun of the Taylnrstreet
Kesulv ed.by the couucil of tbe city of Sprluie
Held. Ohio, tvvu-thlMs of the whole number ui
meiuliei selected thereto concurriiiit. that It Is
necessary Hud that It luteudsto make a public
Improvement by constructing tbe sewar here
inafter described arcordluk: to the plans, pro
(lies and specifications therclor on file In the
ilflie.f theclly civil enciiieerand recorded lu
ihrnfilceof the city clerk" and open to the In
sectiiii of ill parlies interested: and that the
sewerln the sevver district hath, hereinafter
described, said sewer and sewer district beinr
part ! the plans and system of sewerace for
aid city heret.ib.re adopted by the council.
Is required and lsherebydesli:nated fr tiiime
Mil sewer is described as follows, viz lle
elnnimrat the insn-hole nn the west linrol
l'aylorstrccutnd center of Bay stn el: thenrr
iiii southeasterly direction with a reverse
curve totheeast linenl raylorstrret neartlie
south line of lot No. r.M In 11 lieeder's ald.
tlon; tlience eastftt feet to the wstllneof
Vork street, beici; the York-street extension
of the rayb.r-strret sevver.
Said sewer is iu the'laylorstreet sewer dis
trict. orSewer District No. Xtbe lNiuiul.iri
nl vvblcliareas follows: I'ommenrlnK at the
Intersection of the uorth line of Hljth street,
with the east line of .Market street; thence
runuInK east vvlth the north line of II Inn
street and lhe north llneof the turnpike road.
loiuien) I lie fp.iiiurfeiuauu fniuiu unanesion
turnpike, cast to the east corporation line;
thence south with the east fine of thecorpara-
iiou to me souineasi corner 01 me corpora
tion; thence nest with the south corporation
line to the center pf 'llltou street: thence
outh vvlih the corporation line to a corpora
tion corner: thence west wltb the corporation
lineto tne west llneof a turanlke road, for
mrrlyihe Sprliuttlrld and Clifton turnpike
Uieucv north with the west llneof said last
named road to the old corporation line. N-inir
the section line between sections .It and 34.
townshnift. milieu. M. H. S.: thencrwet witn
said section line to tbe east Hoe of Market
street, thence with the cast llneof Market
street norm to ine place oi neKinuini;.
Thcplansand specifications reiulnd bylaw
for tbe construction of said sewer have been
prepared, and are on file lu theoniceof the
city civil euitlneer for examination and In
speetlon by parties interested: and council
will hears.ild turtles at lis regular mretlni: to
Ik held tn the council chamlieeef said city, on
thcllst day of June, A. I. KsT. comineurlns
at S o'clock p. m., and In the evept there
should he uo session of council on said uixht.
then at Its first rcKUt-ir meeting thereafter.
The city clerk is hereby directed to publirh
this resolution lor two consecutive weeks In a
newspaper ot Kcnerat circulation In the ccr-
Passed May lita. A. I.. 1M7.
J.S SutvciiTSK. President.
City Clerk. 116am
Atoot twenty years igo X tliscoremt a Uttla
sore on my cbeck, d J the doctors pronouncr!
Ucaorrr. XluiTetiiManuiubrrof physician,
bat without rrcflTiDg any permaorDt ta0t.
Among tbnuinljer wrreonror two tprrlallst.
Th RirOlcIne they applle! was like Ore to the
ore, cauftlug Intense pain. I taw a Matcmeot
lathepaprra tflllnswhatS. S. S. LU done for
otbenalnulirlyafflk'ted. I procured iueai
once. Ilsfre I had Ufd the mtuDiI buttle th
nclghboni could notice that my canrer wm
beallnffAp. 31y general h'altb ha.1 bren bal
for two or three year IhadaltacktngciHifb
and plt blood coctlnually. I bad a rre
pain In my LreaM, After taking six bottles of
S.S.S. my rough left me end I grew stouter
than I hsd i-een tr serer! year. My r&ar
ha4beak-d over all bfit a little sp-t about the
tUe tl a half dime, and It U npldly dUstf!-''
ng. I witihliadfioeTery one vlltif aucar to
glT fa. 8. E. a fIr l naL
Uk. NANCV J. M-ONAU(HlhV.
Asblrt. Tl'naiu'i, lud
FrU :i 1V
Swift's Sperlnc in entirely TetaMe. and
speros to cure caner 1 firrln uut IWItuu
rttlea lrm tb l.loJ. Trrati M.--J-na
IStla lUaH-n mulled flee.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
DttAWER 3, JlTItNTA, CA.
W. L. DOUGLAS
Tbe Ivisdlnc S3. Shu
& maicrimi, periert bi !
-tlMTiur to UoeUUlly otd
.or i ana . r.irtj
pair warranted. Con
The gre-tt ilftustud for tbl shoe iksbeen asnA
clratiTQaraaueof its lellahllity. tnmskethet-ub-llcitlfl
menu that ttierp can be no iorn!ontuourr aliu of
nXlDgaJvistVe(Sj'r im ihsUfrbK
W. L. DOUGLAS tXJM SHOE,
fyr UthUut.t rtce.rstll,- ll Hvllum vl ie.vea
ZtOek. Still CM'. II nut UlHelor. t Its f StsOeS
UitriUtJ hy oilier 0 uw W lnilt wrv.tl
icjipectUriariil rf.irtf4T.t.n tf,re (.urcLswloi.
S3 biiOK FOR UO.S. SameSltl a the
73 Ui'c. CatetuUy nauUlnlUUy lUtvle.stvllett
intl .Dequailrd a school st.o. U any or t&a
atiom rnaot be Ut st jrocr Ualcrs.senl aJslics
PAXSON 8l WELLAND
No. 9 Kut Malu .Slreer, yprlnsttelrl, O.
Positively CuroJ by
AUUJ aw aiunij aa
Llsuxely.da notgrlpeaod J
l tne:r eix?ct l Luting, ana inenucrv worm i
aotners. (uocur urnaukj Diaii.Ba-i
ae&sytotalLa. see teattiasoai-vta
5 eta. at druggicta or matled
ThB HOP PILL CO., New 1
-Ther are Tilt: UtI
fr4 SjT kt ApsrfsWi
r ui 1.1IM l nil iirltis,lielti Ifr-iasUbta
I WT AGENTS si?.
To men and women of en-
rr atad tvdlity, ssMhlo
ral terms will bw ain.
ThW aherorison a ass
pri nelpU m hU'h set Ubur
and cl4hDg aasKSatMsty,
trial, on liberal tirmi, to t r-
iwrnoa ar mysiNiiM ir not sati tract ory
1 1 itmia-i,
latrioklo mrit maklo. It a phiiomiat auecaj.
lffrr.bea. XlIutrtlclreoU.aan4 tera.tr.
15 ON FILH
THE H. P. HUBBARD CO, ludmous Ad.
vert isinqr Agents &. Experts.New Haven, Ct.
Our AathorlJAj Anti V.IWI Cin .vWTe
td.rttsi rtts. Adtei,smti J, i
STgnJa proofs IhOMfl and .tiniat f
-tieonsib's jmiu.s upwii sfpltioo I
TO WEAK WEN
Suffering from the effects oi jcmthfitl errors, early
dtfa-ajr.wastlDwcakneaii. lost ruanhooJ. etc.. I will
tnX a aluaM treatise (bale4: cootalnlng full
rtlrtitara dr boiurure. FRCEr ":. A
aplentlkl mrJtrat work. ; shoaki t rta.t by verjr
xuaa who Is itrwu and (WhlUtatvd. AMrts.
Prof. F. C VOU1.KK. JloodiM, 4'uuii
la Tarrant Saltier yiu
Acvrtaln core tor yuuasj
For i:aatlisatlaB will
Ami inuifestlon quickly
Sick Kt-aJah. too, wlM
Wbcti Tarrant's 3lur
has bea triad.
onest Help for Men.
147 So More Jfoarj to tjaacks.
Iwlll send you a New eU-Core, discovered
alter 91 years' experimentlm;. whicli
r'nltsand Cetjoii Alolntrly Nothing: un
til cured. Address
IIK.NKY .Si'KAlll,. Box V Milwaukee Wis.
AsvttoproTtJiteiitoTrthM styltk. Prwat
slii.binir f rvuu hs-wlaf thenall. 34J of heir qaUt
TwUistveL rtnfully terjpssrtM. xr ! by U J
WarelaVlerS llalf vluavb aauiLai suesa.nl Li.sl
aJt(MmtrviUl.uMrrsrti,-tor91 , MatJs-txuy
UJII JIU OlvltA at k,1lf - . 1-4 M
'VIV1' , U- HltM.
THK WASHBURN AMERICAN
IH UeJ,tsuat Jmhla.
tas mtr tawltot
Crtstaaal. S airuhaj U tUJ In M? clstOftW As -r int
rsttsWsm. !Ltrlkl t mXkUtfvTM .tajim! frste br JUaitkfa. Ur
mvn l niALT lozaiait ai.f .niui0
I CURE FITS!
Wha I CHI i -Js l Blwssa aaf!r ll Wj M(Jt lj
a UlHt) avt ItWA f IIkH tatstTaV ftCvaln, 1 tu rtVt-
k-ai cbi. 1 k b.i iUittsi mt nn a I
UrST r ntLlvO SlCkXL&i ft In lwc HJf. I
WaUTftSt nf tftowdf to Cair tfe Wtrrttt . BX,aVsM
tlMrt fsuW4 1 aM ('ftavoa ftts? aVkfl NW rWsjtslf
rsv. Sm4 at - for trt. .4 Trv Bute ! Mr
IHfaJllW tMssasl ! FieraM tavl raft OOsV. II wt J
SsrtniMj lit m IrlaJ, mod I will erv jam.
AsUrsM 1M U. S. KtJOr, s rN M Terk.
U1C UCU aul WUMi:. iuS.llf ran
HCJltV Men u 1 - nut"?, i--
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