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TUB TIMES, NEW liLOOMFTELV, TA., JUNE 10, 1877.
New Bloom field, June 19, 1877.
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others who niny be Interested In know
ing, we will stnte that the present circu
lation of The Times Is between eighteen
hundred and nineteen hundred copies
The Erie canal men hnve reduced
their charge for carrying corn from Buf
falo to New York to four cents a bushel.
The lake vessels are carrying from
Chicago to Bufl'nlo for two cents. Ad
ding the elevator charges at Buflhlo and
the insurance, the total cost of sending
a bushel of corn by -water from Chicago
to New York is now about seven and a
half cental The cost by rail is about
sixteen and three-fourth cents. Last
year the canal rate on corn was nine
cents If there Is not ruin In these rates
other companies are swindling the peo
ple with their charges.
Troy, N. Y., June 13. The safe and
vault of the "Walter A. Wood mowing
and reaping machine company at Hoo
slck Falls were blown open last night by
masked burglars and 900 stolen.
The vault and safe are a total wreck.
The watchman was gagged and bound.
Hartford, June 13. John McGuire
was shot and killed in the door yard of
Mrs. B. F. Bissell, at "WestHartford.last
evening by Ellas N. Ives, a laborer, em
ployed on the farm. McGuire had been
discharged by' Mrs. Bissell and had
threatened to kill the latter. As he was
about to carry his threat into execution
he was shot by Ives.
Abducted by a Blunder.
Two men tried to abduct a young girl
named Parmalee, at Bristol, Cqnii., a
fevnights since, but captured her aged
and feeble mother instead. They didn't
find out their mistake till they had car
ried her, bound and gagged, for quite a
distance, when they set her free with
Dixon, 111., June 13. The jury in the
case of the Rev. 8. H. M'Ghee, charged
with poisoning his wife, rendered a ver
dict this morning of guilty, but fixed
- the penalty at the lowest period of im
prisonment allowed by law fourteen
years. M'Ghee was pastor of the Chris
tian church at Ashton. His motive for
the crime was supposed to be a desire to
marry a young lady parishoner.
A Bank Robber Escapes.
New York, June 13. Billy Connors,
who has been confined in Ludlow street
jail for several months pending the re
sult of legal proceedings for his extradi
tion to Massachusetts on a chargeof be
ing one of the Northampton bank robbers
escaped this afternoon. The manner in
which he made his escape is at present
The Coal Mine Fire at Tremont.
A dispatch from I'ottsville, Pa., says :
It has become necessary to flood the Mid
dle Creek 1 mine at Tremont to extin
guish the fire, which has been gaining
rapidly. The flooding of the mine will
- throw a large number of men and boys
out of employment, and It, is thought it
will require three weeks hard work to
pump tho water out.
Tidal Wave Sixty Feet High. '
The State Department have received
from the U. S. Consul at Callao an ac
count of the loss of the American ship
" Geneva" of Bath Me., on the evening
of the 0th of May, during the earth
quake and .tidal wave on the South
American coast. The wave rose CO feet
and carried the Geneva ashore on tho
rocks, and receding, carried her off
again, when she sank almost immedi
ately, the officers and crew having bare
ly time to escape. . .
Baltimore, June 12. The particulars
of the accident onthe Baltimore and
Ohio railroad this morning are furnished
by officials of the company at Camden
station. A collision occurred about 7:50
a. m., near Toint of Hocks, between the
regular morning accommodation train
from Winchester, Va., and a special ex-
' cursion train from Frederick to Wash.
' ing with an excursion party to Mount
Vernon. Both trains were in motion,
the engines crushing into each other.
Four persons were instantly killed and
. eighteen wounded all on the excursion
Killed Charles II. Keeper, editor of
the Frederick Examiner; Richard De
trow, merchant; Dorsey Walker, mer
chant, and Howard E. Dickson, all of
Wounded Louis Schley, son of Dr.
Fairfax SehW. dangerously. He lost
both legs and will probably die. Colonel
Chaa. E. Trail, dangerously, and Blxteen
others. Colonel Trail Is one of the most
Influential and wealthy citizens of Fred
erick and was state senator from that
county several terms.
All the killed and wounded were from
Frederick City or residents of Freder
ick county, and have been taken to
Frederick City. Only one person, a
lady, on the Winchester train, was in
jured and she not seriously. The cause
of the accident was a misunderstanding
between the train men.
A late dispatch says that Louis Schley
died from injuries received this morning.
A dispatch from Frederick says the
accident is attributable to gross careless
ness and negligence of the train men.
Deplorable Case of Poverty.
The Miner's Journal of Pottsvillesays:
The other day a man entered a grocery
store on Centre street and asked to be
trusted to a sack of flour. As he owed a
large bill already he was refused further
credit. He begged for it, but was still
refused. Going out he picked up a sack
that was near the door, put it under his
arm and took it home. The grocer swore
out a warrant against him, and had it
placed in the hands of a constable. The
officer went to the house, and on being
admitted found the family sitting around
the sack and eating the dry flour with
spoons. Without saying a word he re
turned to the grocery and offered to pay
for the flour himself, stating at the same
time what he had seen. The grocer
would not take the money tendered him,
but made up a good sized basket of pro
visions and sent them to the poor man's
house. The man has since found employment.
Great Destruction of Property by a Hurricane.
Springfield, Mass., June 14. The
covered bridge over the Connecticut river
between Northampton and Hadley, was
blown over by a hurricane, accom
panied by a severe thunder shower, at
1:30 o'clock this afternoon. An uncom
pleted bridge of the Massachusetts Cen
tral railroad wus also demolished. There
were six teams on the bridge when it
went over, and Mrs. Sullivan, of Old
Hadley, was instantly killed. Sheriff
Euos Cook, of Hadley, was cut badly on
the head and William Smith, of Am
herst, had his shoulder dislocated. Two
horses have been taken from the ruins
alive. The bridge was 1,114 feet long
and the newest portion of it has been
built about fifteen years. Numerous to
bacco shede have also been blown down
by the gale.
The path of the wind seemed to be
ten miles in length and one in width and
was in a northwesterly direction.
tT The body of Julia Huppuch, n
beautiful young lady, aged twenty years,
who has been missing for two weeks
past, was found in the canal at Buffalo,
N. Y., on Saturday. The cause of the
suicide is supposed to have been parental
cruelty, she having been whipped by
her father on the night previous to being
last seen for alleged intimacy with a
young man who was objectionable to
C3T Oliver Snyder's house at Coates
ville was struck by lightning, tearing off
shingles, and following the waterspout
down to the kitchen, where Mrs. Sny
der was knocked senseless. It then split
a post on the porch, knocking down
two children, but did not fire the house.
tg Lydiu, Sherman, the prisoner, who
recently escaped from a Connecticut
penitentiary, has been recaptured.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
Washington, D. C, Juno 12, 1877.
Doubtless Secretary Sherman foresaw
the opposition his financial policy would
meet aud fortified himself accordingly. It
is quite sujiposable that he has beou pre
paring for his present position and under
takings for many months or even years.
He is a far-sighted man and firm, almost
to obstinacy, and having once put his hand
to the plow he cannot he turned back. Spe
cie Resumption is his hobby but he is also
working for a reduction of the publio debt
and several other Bohemes. Much fault
is found with his reform hobby but be pro
fesses to have only the country's good at
heart, and once in a while an approving
word comes to him through the press, like
the following from a New York daily.
"Secretary Sherman's financial policy is
heartily approved by the business element
of the State and no complaint is heard ex
cept from people who are in debt and want
more money to lloat them out again. Mr,
Townsend is warmly in favor of Secretary
Sherman's scheme to issue a currency bond
which can he placed easily iu this country
and will be prefered by farmers and others
who are now placing all their surplus fn
savings banks. Business is better than it
has been for six years and sales of mer
chants are greater."
It ia hard to understand why so much
dissatisfaction is felt concerning the effort
to pay off the National debt It is argued
that t:ere is injustice and oppression la any
attempt to pny move than n reasonable in
terest on the debt, letting the principal en
tirely alone, while there is no call or occa
sion for H, while yot our wounds received
in battle are scarcely healed and while
fiubllo industries have hardly recovered
rom the paralyzatlon inflicted upon them
by the war. Some hnve compared the pay
ment of the publio debt now to A person
who having been accommodnted with funds
by a friend who stood In need of the money
himself when he parted with it, immedi
ately deprives himself of the money obtain
ed to keep up his business in order to re
fund the loan, though obtained from a source
able aud willing to treat it as an investment
asking only a rcasonnblo Interest. On tho
other bnnd it Is thought that it ought to
be a matter of National thanksgiving to
know that from June 1870 to June 1877 the
publio debt has been diminished over (30,
000,000, and during the last month nearly
17,000,000 have been paid on it.
During the war Arlington Heights situa
ted just across the Potomac from Washing
ton and at that time the estate and homo
stead of Gen. Robert E. Lee, was confisca
ted by the Government and dedicated as a
burying ground for fallen soldiers whose
bones should he gathered from tho various
battle fields. A contract was made with
certain parties to do the work and although
it has beeu said that they did it only too
thorough. It is now one of the most beau
tiful cemeteries in the country, and, for ev
ident reasons, by far the most interesting.
Joking is out of place in such a connection
but I suppose it is a fact that because of
the contractors being paid by the load (in
gathering the remains) and not being spec
ially versed in anatomy, we strewed flowers
Decoration day, and honored with equal
respect, the bones of man and mules " ly
ing in this beautiful cemetery in the com
mon commission that they both fell in the
defense of their country." All that mat
ters little, however, the place is a sacred
one and considerable solicitation is felt lest
Oen. O. W. C. Lee (George Washington
Curtis the Lee heir) should succeed in the
suit of ejectment which he has brought
against the government for the possession
of Arlington. There are many of the dead
of both armies interred there, besides sev
eral thonsnnd negroes, who died during
the war. It. is revolting to think of dis
turbing those bones, hut a man would hard
ly want them in his door-yard and orchard.
So, if Gen. Lee is entitled to the estate, the
Government must pay him his price for it
or submit to tho disturbance of over six
teen thousand graves of our soldiers.
Nevor was America treated with such
honors abroad as Gen. Grant is receiving.
Alrendy he has dined with the Duke of
Wellington aud numbers of other Dukes
aud Duchesses, Counts, Marquises, Lords
nnd Ladies, and all sorts of titles. The
Prince of Wales has given him private
audience, aud the Quceu invited him to all
the Court entertainments. He attended
service at Westminster Abbey on Sunday,
and listened to Dean Stanley, who, right in
his sermon mentioned Gen. Grant's pres
ence and position, calling him by Dame and
welcoming him iu England's name, " As
a sign and pledge that tho two nations of
the Anglo-Saxon rule are still one in heart
and spirit." Verily praise is sweet to the
heart of man, nnd no wonder the now
free and easy ex-President expresses him
self as well pleased with "furrin lands."
M. M. W.
Miscellaneous News Items.
W Charles II. Payson.of Tilton, N. II.,
while Intoxicated, last week, struck his
wife upou the head,iullictiug fatal injuries.
He was arrested.
tW Mrs. Juul, a widow vith three
children, committed suicido at York Pa.,
last week, by hanging. The act was caused
by depression of spirits.
tW Alice Strickland died on Wednesday
last from stab wonuds received on Sunday
from Wm. Burble in a saloon in Now York,
At 6arret City, Ind., ou Sunday a
week, George NevinB shot and killed his
wife, and dangerously wounded Charles
Thomas, her alleged paramour.
tW Tho damage caused by, the recent
heavy rain storm iu northern Mississippi
is very great. In many instances tho crops
were ruined entirely, fences Bwept away
and stock drowned.
The Grand' Jury refused to find a bill
ngainst Mrs. Young, of Newark, New
Jersey, who killed her children with an
axe, the medical experts appointed to
examine her mental condition having as
certained that she is insane.
C3T During a drunken quarrel at
Roudout, last Tuesday evening, James
Malloy, of Sleightsburgh, was shot dead
by Joseph Mallert, a saloon keeper, Mallert
gave himself up to the authorities.
tW Murdoch, a mail agent botween
Richmond and Danville, who was arrested
a few days since for robbing the mail,
partially examined and addmittcd to bail,
committed suicido by taking poison.
3T The Supremo Court last week at
Harrishurg, Pa., hasallirmed the judgment
of the Northampton County Court iu the
case of Laros, under sentence of doatlr for
poisoning his mother aud father and an old
uiau named Schug.
E3P John M. Eisner, a boy,of Lycoming
county, was killed lately by the fall of a
tree. lie was found lying under a small
pine tree dead, having beeu struck on the
head. The day on which tho occurrence
happened is said to have been calm, and
the tree was apparently sound.
tW There was a duel fought a few days
ago near Somerset, between a resident of
that place aud a Pittsburgher the weapons
used beiug shot guns. Nobody was serious
ly injured with the exception of a cow in
an adjoining field. It was all about a girl.
t$T At the Kearsarge Mill, Portsmouth,
N. H., receutly, the walking beam and the
piston head of the engine broke with a
terriflo crash, but the engineer shut off the
Bteam in season to prevent loss of life.
Three hundred operatives are thrown out
of employment by the accident
Nashville, June 11. On Saturday
night a negro was caught in an attempted
burglary and taken from the police by 40
armed men. . They put a rope around his
neck and dragged him to a bluff overhang
ing the river, just outside of the olty, and
nothing was heard but a loud shriek, a
splash, and all was over.
tW An extraordinary hailstorm occurred
In Ilardstown, Ky., on Tuesday a week, .
some of the hailstones measuring four and
a half to five inches in diameter and
weighing one-half pound.. Cattle and
horses, stung to desperation, were wild
with pain and fright. Fields of wheat
were much damaged.
t5f Owing to the scanty appropriations
by the last Congress, the United States
Circuit Court of New York hns no funds,
and has been compelled to adjourn until
October. About 000 cases have accumu
lated on the calender. The Jurors in all the
Federal Courts, as well as the witnesses
have been without their nnv for mvnril
tW G. W. White, of Titusville, was
drawing a load of goods into Tarport
recently, and when near the depot the
wagon run into a very bad hole, completely
upset, and almost entirely demolished the
entire contents of the wagon. A very fine
soda fountain, that originally cost flOOO,
was ground into pieces so fine that it would
take a microscope to detect them from
tW Au old lady from Pitt county stepped
Into Capt. Brown's btore on Saturday a
week, and inquired the price of flour.
Mr. Red Thomas, tho polite, good-looking
clerk, told her flour had gone up $3 per
barrel on account of the Russians and
Turks fighting. " I wish tho Roosters and
Turkeys would quit fighting before God
I do," moaned the old lady, shaking her
tW As paymaster Bessel, of the Dela
ware, Lackwanna and Western Railroad,
and his assistant, Captain Carling, were
on their way to pay the miners at the
Brisbin colliery, near Scranton.on Tuesday,
they were attacked by two masked robbers.
Captain Carling was slightly wounded by
a pistol shot from one of the ruffians.
Bessel returned the fire nnd the fellows
lied. The Company has offered a reward
of (500 for their apprehension. '
EST" During seven years Charles Eichorm,
of Cincinnati, was supported by his wife,
who worked hard to do it. Recently she
told him that she was tired of that kind of
thing, and that be must earn his own
living, lie was in excellent health, and
had a trade ; but he had been bo long used
to idleness that Mrs. Eichorm's resolution
was a great shock to him. The poor
follow's feelings were hurt, too, and he
wont into the yard and hanged himself.
FIRE IN LIVERPOOL I
The old prices of Mackerel are burnt
up by S. M. Shuler, and he will now of
fer to his friends and the public :
Extra Fat Family Mackerel at SLflOper i bhl.
at 83. (n per ddi
" 60 lbs. llsh.only J2.75.
" HO ' " $.5.60.
SI 25 per Sack
" " No. 2
" " No. 2
Ground Alum Salt,
What do you say, can you buy at those
figures any place else V
I would also call your attention to my
stock of HARDWARE, GROCERIES,
DRUGS, WINES and LIQUORS,
which I will ofler at the lowest prices for
Cash or Produce.
Agent for the sale of Miller & Weaver's
Pure Rye Whiskey.
Josiah A. Whitman's Portable Fount
ain Pump, Sprinkler and Fire Extin
guisher. Price, $10. The cheapest and
best iu use. Call on or address,
S. M. SlIULEIt,
Liverpool, Perry co., Pa.
Removal. J. T. Messlmer has remov
ed his Shoe Shop to the room adjoining
F. B. Clouser'B office, 4 doors west of the
PostvOlfice, where he will make to order
Boots and Shoes of all kinds. Repair
ing promptly and neatly executed. He
will also keep on hand a good assort
ment or jsoots anu isnoes, wnicn he will
sell at low prices. Give him a call. 17
New Tailor Shop. The undersigned
gives notice to the publio that he has
opened a shop opposite Rinesmith's
hotel New Bloomfield, Pa., in the room
formerly used as a confectionary, where
he is prepared to do work in his line
promptly, and at reasonable prices
ah worn warranted to give satisfaction
Give me a call. Samuel Bentzel.
Bloomfield, May 1, '77 tf.
Looklna Glasses. Mirrors. Window
Shades, Matts, Rugs, Hassocks, &c.,at
buv VHl'lU UtwiD All VOJ UQli;.
Do You Want One? I have vet several
sewing machines which will be sold at
nair price for cash, it you want a bar
gain, now is your time to get it.
Only a Flp. I have received another
lot of good colors of the 6i cent prints.
i.ots oi otner mttw uuudh are also In
Store and for salo at a bargain. Call
ana see them.
Special Notice. Havine- added a room
for the express purpose of showing car
pers ou ciotn ana wan paper, we asK
persons wanting any of these articles to
iook at our assortment.
tf. F. Mortimer.
"Above All Navy Tobacco." Cau
tion. Every 5c. and 10c. plug of this
Celebrated Tobacco is labelled " Wardle'a
Above All." None Is genuine without.
Ask your merchants for "Above All"
Purchasers of Carpets, Wall Papers,
Shades, Oil Cloths ana general house
furnishing goods of this kind should see
the large spring stock at the Carlisle
Carpet House, 21, East Main Street.
Baking Powder, just the thing every
lady should have in the house. The
best out, for sale by F. Mortimer.
Go For 'Em. The potato bug is already
doing great damage. The ravages of this
nuisance, the cabbage worm.and all other
pests of the kind can be stopped by us
ing the " Pest Poisoh." It is the cheap
est and surest remedy to be had. For
sale by F. Mortimer, New Bloomfield,
Perry county, Pa. tf.
C3T See Schwartz's Advertisement.
There are several verv attractive article In
Llpptncott't Magaeint for July, the opening
number of the twentieth volume. " Edin
burgh Jottings," by Dr. Alfred 8. Glbbi, of
U.S.N. Henry James, Jr., makes Ills first
appearance in LlppincoWt with one of bis
most spanning papers, " An English Easter."
The opening chapters of "A Law nnto Her
self," a new serial by Mrs. Rebecca Harding
Davis, are In the author's best vein, and In
clude ft piquant description of a spiritual
ttnnci, nnd many other lilsrhlv Interesting arti
cles and beautiful Illustrations. J. B. Ltppln-
cou i;o.( ruuiiBiiers, rnuaaeipma.
VS One of the best of papers lying upon
our table, Is the Illustrated Christian
Wekklt published by the American Tract So
ciety, 150 Nassau street, New York. Every
week It is superbly Illustrated with the finest
of wood engravings, and every week contains
the most agreeable, Interesting and instructive
In literature ) and withal printed upon finest
book paper, In clear full face type, and all for
J3.50 per year. Without hesitation we pro
nounce it the very best periodical for the gen
eral reader. We cannot spare space to enu
merate its many excellences. Do you desire
beautiful engravings and exquisite poetry
real poetry 1 Are you fond of first-class sto
ries, sketches, essays, biographical, geograph
ical, historical tales 1 Do you relish able,
witty, eloquent editorials on the leading ques
tions of the day, both religious and secular f
Do you want all this, and much more i Then
let this Wbeklt find an entrance Into your
homes, and your -hearts will be warmed and
gladdened by Its very presence.
Best Book for Everybody.
The new illustrated . edition of Webster's
Dictionary, containing three thousand engrav
ings, Is the best book for everybody that the
press has produced In the present century, and
should be regarded as indispensable to the
well-regulated home, reading-room, library
aad place of business. U olden Era.
tT" What a blessing to the poor would be
such a wholesome purifier and preventive of
contagion as Glenn's Sulphur Soap, could It be
distributed among them. Why don't some
philanthropist act on this hint. Depot Crit
tenton's, No. 7 8ixth Avenue, New York.
Hill's Hair and Whisker Dye, black or
brown, 50 cents. 23 lm
Notice. There will be a special session
of Rural Council, No. 105, O. U. A. M.,
on Saturday evening the 23rd inst.
All members are requested to be present.
Also all officers and Ex-C's. By order of
the C. T. L. Hencii, C.
G. W. Reeder, R. S.
Carpets, Carpets. Beautiful Brussels, 3
plys and Ingrain, with 30 patterns in
Homemade Carpets, Hemps, Halls and
Stairs at the Carlisle Carpet House,
21, East Main St., Carlisle.
Wall Papers. Over 300 designs for
Halls, Parlors, Dining-rooms, &c, low
as 8 cents up to beautiful tints and Deco
rations, at the Carpet Store,
21, East Main St., Carlisle.
" The Above All," is a new brand o
chewing tobacco, and i3 without a peer
for excellence and sweetness. For sale,
wholesale and retail, by J.B. Hartzell
in Gantt's Building.
The advertiser, having been permanently cored
of that dread disease, Consumption, by a simple
remedy. Is anxious to make known to his fellow
sufferers tlie means of cure. To all who desire it,
lie will send a copy of the prescription used, (free
of charge), with the directions for preparing and
using the same, which they will nnd a Sure Cure
for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, &o.
Parties wishing the prescription will please
address, Kev. fi. A. WILSON,
2aCinos 194 Fenn St., WIUiamsburgh.New York
1 will mall the recipe for preparing a
simple VEOETAnr.E Halm that will lemove Tan,
FRECKLES, PIMPLES and Blotches, leaving
the skin soft, clear aud beautiful; also instruc
tions for producing a luxuriant growth of hair
on a bald head or smooth face. Address, en-clos-ng
10 cents, BEN. VANDKLF ii CO., Box
6121, It o. SWooster St., New York. lOaM 611103.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A GENTLEMAN who suffered for years from
Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, and all
the effects of youthful indiscretion wilf, for the
sake of suffering humanity, send free to all who
need it, the recipe and direction for making the
simple remedy by which he was cured. Sutlerers
wishing to profit by the advertiser's experience
cau do so by addressing in perfect confidence.
JOHN B. OUDEN, 42 Cedar St., New York.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE. (.;
OF VALUABLE I
REAL ESTATE. (
The undersigned Assignee under a deed of vo'.
untary assignment lor tue beuelit of creditors of
John Leonard and wife, will, sell by public out
cry , iu .Newport, perry county, Pa.,
On Saturday, July 7th, 1877,
at 10 o'clock, A. M.,the following real estate of
said assignor, to wit :
A LOT OF GROUND,
situateon Cth Street and corner of alley In the
borough of Newport, Perry county, Pa., having
tliereou erected a i o Story Log 1-rauie Vitam
22x21 feet, with Kitchen attached, and all neces
sary oulLuikllujjs. There ia a well of water near
Also, A TRACT OF WOODLAND, situate iu
Centre township, Perry county, Pa containing.
Sti ACRES, more or less, bouuded by la nils ut
Henry aud Josiah Flckes, U. J. Light and otiiera.
This is a valuable piece ot laud, being coveted
with excellent timber.
TERMS OF bALE On the house and lot In
Newport, 10 per cent, of the purchase money to.
be paid when the paperty Is stricken dowu, one
thhd the balance ou continuation of sale, and.
the remainder lu two eiiual annual payments,
with interest from d,.teol confirmation ot sale.
Ou tract ot Woodland, lo per cent, to bo paid
when the property is stricken down, and the bal
ance ol the purchase money to bo paid on confir
mation oi bale.
June 12,1377. E-B-WISE-
FACTS FOR THE PEOPLE.
Facts for the Farmer Factsfor the Merchant
Facts for the Horseman Facts for tlie btoefc
raiser Facts for tlie Poultry-keener Facts tor
tlie Bee-keeper Facts for the Lawyer Facts for
the Laborer Facts forthe Fruit-raiser Eaets for
the Hardener Facts for the Doctor Facts for
the Dairyman Facts lor tha Household Fact
for every faintly who wants to save money.
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