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to the other.
tho Board of
of tho vast inter-
y memormlize tno
ors, respectively, of
itles in the states and
raced in the work of
In this field; and we do
Vgo upon your honorable body
Cidiate action be taken in the
ht sign boards at the points of
e and crossing of all trails
s on the desert, giving dis-
The republican central committeeot
Cochise county, at a regularly called
meeting, September 8th. 1000, 'adopted
th6 following resolutions and ordered:
That a delegate convention of the
republicans of Cochioo county beheld
at the opera house, Bisbee, Arizona, at
10 o'clock a. ra., Friday, October 12th,
1900, for the purpose of noiniuating can
didates for the several legislative and
county1 offices, to be voted for at the
coming November election; selecting a
county central committee and the tran
saction of such other business as may
propei'ly come before the convention.
That the apportionment of delegates
to Bald convention bo.as follows:
.fo.-and tho location of water, lv 1UC0X .
., . A ii i Pearce 4
mo camps aim luivns; an oi i g David
ican be done at a comparatively Hereford
ii will result in the saving of life,
Hi the rapid development of the vast
inerul treasures of the desert.
Among the standing committees
mod on tlje back of this sheet you
11 note this work does not 9top at the
ctlon of signs but the sinking of I-luachucaSldinc.
Is at convenient points, Be good
Four Bar Ranch
No. i bears north 4$ deg. 10 min
west 1905 feet; thence north 66 deg. 04
min. oast on lino 2-3 survey No. 801
Now York lode 48.5 feet to corner No.
2, identical with cornor no. 4 survey no.
1056 Little New York lode, a pino post
iu mound of stones scribod 4-1050 L. N.
Y. unci 2-1331: thenoo south 41 deg. 49
iniu. east on lino 4-3 survov no. 1056
Littlo Now York lodo 473.5 feet to cor-' Vr.
ner no. 3, u pine post in mound of
stones scribed 3-1056 L. N. Y., 1-1347
and 3-1331; thence south 33 deg. 37
min. east on lino 1-6 survey 1347 Vir
ginia lode 635.5 feet, corner no. 6 sur
vey no. 1347 Virginia lode; 846.5 feet to
corner no. 4, a pine post in mound of
stones scribed 4-1331; thence south 50
deg. 39 min, west 278.2 feet to corner
no. 5, a pine post in mound of stones
scribed 5-1331; thence south 64 deg. 10
min. west on line 5-3 survey no. 1020
Ilardscrablo lodo, 251.9 feet to corner
no. 6, a pine post iu mound of stones
Bcribed H. S. M. No. 3 and 6-1331:
thence north 17 deg. 47 min. west 467.3 j
teet to corner no. 7, a pine post m
mound of stones scribed 7-1331; thence
south 68 deg. 42 min. west 65 feet to
corner no. 8, a pine post iu mound of
stones scribod 8-1331; thonco north 47
deg. 21 min. wost 611 feet to corner no.
9, a pine post in mound of stones '
scribed 9-1S31, thence north 48 deg. 01
min. west 212 feet to cornor no. 10, a
pine post in mound of stones scribed
IMPHOVEU OKDKK OF UED
JIBN. COCm.SK Tribe No. 7..
meet every Thursday cveuiiifc
at tlm Opera Hotue Hull VU--ithn;
luotlurs cordially Uni
ted. James A.. Ciinubt'IKSiK-linm
Jo liii Munch. C. of It
i;linii!iil-.o!i, Mcdloino Man.
WARKEN CAMP NO. 9..
W WOODMEN 01' THE I
WORLD, meets every j
second and fourth Monday I
at tho opera house. Vis-'
ltine members cord I nil)
J A. MILDER, G C.
r V. JOHNSTON See.
Bisbee Drug go.
RETAIL j J.
PAINTS AND OIUS
west Huachuca I ' j rrA A,? u ufgIu min-'
Tres Alamos II east 550.9 feet to comer no. 1, the place i
gh to give proper publicity to this. Brannock .... ' V."".V.V.".V.".V.". '.'. 1 ' of beginning.
T"have sent this memorial to the
ds of supervisors of Ioj Angeles,
Diego, San Bernardino, Riverside,
n and Inyo counties of California,
Lincoln and Nye counties of Ne-
w- what we desire to know is, to
extent, if at all, this work ia
d in Arizona and Nevada. Kind-
e this matter up in your paper,
rite us a note advising us in the
;es and we will ioin vou in the
board of supervisors of Kern
California, has granted the po
ind ordered signs placed in all
s of Kern county, where needed.
e miners in the various camps to
i itlfnidnntinn nnrl Infinfta litan.
where sign boards and wells are
1, giving points where water may
id. Yours very truly,
Gf.o. N. Nolan,
--, -7aswt si ck uu uers irieeiinn.
A 1 M ."I ? -rW.t.T
F J T?Lt t??5loiiiiial maaf I nee rt frlia mtnlrlilrl-
no Kaster Sunday Uola .Mining
illiug company will be held at
tflce of the company in the town of
Cochise county Arizona, on
day, October 30, WOOj at 8 o'clock
for the election of ten directors
tho ensuing year, and the trans
action of such other business as may
before them. By order of the
esident. I. W. WaLlacf.,
Dated Bisbee, Arizona, Sept. 25, 1900.
Pool's Ranch 1
Great Western : 1
Rucker . 1
Dos Cabezas 2
Russelville r, 1
Johnson 1 1
Totril nud not aroa of tho Mornina
Star lode, 15.62 acres.
The snid mining claim boing of rec
ord it the office of the Recorder of
CochLi county, at Tombstone, in the
county and territory aforesaid, in book
2, page 429, Records of Mines.
'The presumed general course of di
rect! an of the said Morning Stur lode or
mineral deposit boiug shown upon the
plat posted herewith, aB near as cau bo
determined from present develop
ments, this claim being for south 31
deg. 00 min. east CIO feet to cornor no,
PERFECT ASHLAR LODGE No. 12,
F. & A. M. Meets ttrst Thursday
of each month. Visiting breth
ren cordially invited to attend,
O C. Wahned. M.
L. Urown, Secreturv. i
T ANDMARK CHAPTER No. e.,
- ft. A. M. Regular Couvui a
tlons third Tueid.iy iu oh
month, 8:13 p. in. Visiting com
panions in tfood standing gladly '
V. R. STILUS, H. P.
Frank J.Okap. See.
QUKEN LODGE NO. 6, A.
O. U. V., meets overy
Saturday evening. Vis
itlng brothcis cotdlull)
Alfied Godfrey. W. M.
Richard Humphrey. Her
H. V. Fras.T Financier.
Viv a Zs I
Main St. Mrs. A. VV. Strumm, Prop.
Iurst-Class Rostuurant. Hoard by tho
JJay, Week or Mouth.
Day ami Nigh!
J. C. BAUB
BISBEE LODGE NO. 10, I. O. O.
r, meets every 'Wednebday
evening. Visiting brothers
cordially invited to attend.
Alfheu GourKBY, N. G.
Emile Masks, R. S.
Main St., above
RUPAIRS AND RCNTS
Noielt worl.s IJo tit
ling u specialt. Guns,
v.i'w.v, wiujg iiinLtiiiiei
RAMBtEH BICYCLES SOLD
Z. J. STAGNEB.
B, north 31 deg. 50 min. west 199 feet.
l'lfhu 1 t's1'. Secretary.
No. 53, meet ovory ,
tirst ami thl nl
mouth, V Ui tl ng
members are eor
JULIA MILLKR. '
Thflt. n nrimnvv Alpntinn ht IiaIj
.. u r ww.,..- ..... ..w.. ! lFl .
thronghout the .county on Friday, the ! thence north 11 dog. 20 mim west 492
:i8tli aav or aeptemner. jto lor tne teet from discovorv shaft, total 1331
I purpose of choosing said delegates. linear feet tbereof, together with the
xuai an uitbukciuciiu, muiuunig um huiiuco ground suown upon me ouiciai
appointment of election boards, for biiid plat pouted herowith, the said vein,
primary election, be made by the ie-,lodo and mininc Dremisos herebv
publicans of the various precincts, ex sought to be patented beint? bounded !
cept in Bisbee. In Bisbee thj chair-, as follows to-wit: On the north by sur-1 - ir,irrb C rf
man of the county central committee i vey no. 35 1 Mammoth lode and survey j j j i r Y CC wvj.
WllL aJUAilU 1-wv A..u, wtu'V" ", OUI ilUll LUIJk 1UUQ, Kill IUS CUQIJ uy
boaru, anu tue poll win tie open i mm survoy JtMi kittle Now York lode and
Contractor and Builder.
Estimates Furnished on all Kiu
BRICK WORK A SPECIALTY
Leave orders nt Shrtituck's Lumber VaU
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Estimates of Iluitdiugs
OFFICE: J. H. JACK LUMBER COMPANf
Ki o'clock a. in. to 7 o'clock p. m.
C. C. Warnek,
Chairman Rep. o. Cen. Tout.
John A. Campbell,
Seo'y. Rep. Co. Cen. Com
Tea Garden Drips.
To n ananr svrnn nt liicrhpr mialiti:
rffcr m-mmp 4 v 1 fc."JI- . a .
once used, always wanted; deliciously claim, uusurveyeci, tbo JUowell & Arl-
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V.UU W.M.U4V.MV, V.MM. fcW .UWJ VUU.
survey no. ni7 Virginia lode, all
claimed by Copper Queen Consolidated
Mining company; on tho south by sur
vey no. 1 02(1 Ilardscrablo lode, the
South Bisbee Mining and Development
company claimant; on tho west by the
Del Norto lode claim, unsurveyed;Tom
Higgins claimant; the Galena lodo
sweet, makes taffy candy to perfection;
manufactured by Pacific Coast Syrup
Co., 707-719 Sansome St.. San Fran
herebv announce myself as a can
didate for the office of
Precinct No. 2, Cochise county, subject
to the action of the republican county
F. W. OLIVER.
The Southwest Minors' Association
has taken up the work of getting
proper signs put up on the desert. The
association urges upon the boards of
supervisors in the several counties that
Immediate action betaken in the erect
ing of sign boards at the points of di
vergence and crossing of all trails and
roads in the desert, giving distances to
and the location of water, and to the
camps and towns. It is urged that tho
work of exploring the desert country
is greatly retarded and rendered peril
ous .-by .reason of the fact that not a
sign or indication marks the roads arid
watering places from one end of tho
desert to tho other. The work of the
pioneer Is at all times attended with
great difficulties. He encounters thirst
and hunger, and yet his work opens up
the stores of wealth in the mountains
to the world. Without the aid of the
sturdy prospector the west would in
most part still hold undiscovered tho
treasuro'that lies hid in her mountains,
and yet nothing has been done to help
him to solve the problems of water and
distance. Should this idea of tho
Southwestern Miners' Association be
carried out it is highly probable that
the neaf future will see a rate of pro
gress unequaled before in this western
AN EXCELLENT SUGGESTION.
The Miner's Association Seeks to
Insure Greater Safety.
LOS ANGELES, Cttl., Sept. 13, 1000.
Edittr Review, BiBbeo Arizona.
Dear Sir The Southwest Min rs' Asso
ciation ha taken up the work of get
ting proper signs put up on tho desort,
and adopted tho following memorial,
to bo sent to tho boards of supervisors
ia tho eevoral counties in tho states and
territories embraced in tho work of
thi9 association, which is in the words
and figures aa follow, to-wit:
"Whereas, Tho mineral wealth of
our desert cpuntry is one of our great
est resources, if not the greatest, tho
development of which will be worth
millions to the merchants and dealers
in mining machinery and supplies in
the southwest, aside from the profits to
accrue to our miners, in the discovery
and exploitation of tho mines therein,
and the additional wealth thereby cre
ated and put Into current use In our
Whereas, The work of exploring tho
dsisrt country is greatly retarded, and
Entertainment and Dance.
Tickets ate on sale at the Blobee
drug store for the Eastern Star enter- versely the mining ground, vein, lode,
lode, unsurveyed, the Copper Queen
Consolidated Mining company and W.
M. Kendall claimant. The said claim
being designated as mineral survey no,
1331 in the official plat posted herewith.
Any and all persons claiming ad
Dpalnra in Dry Ciooils, Grniii-h
11 aril .vaio, BootM and Sinta
rurchnuiim stnd Forwnnling Afii.e
Custom lloniB ltrol;(r".
Pies. Doufrhniits, Cultei-, pu .
French Rtstau:ant flleals Served Ir.
Tims. Pinelli Naco, Arizona
EASTMAN'S KODAKS !W
Phologniphii- Hupplios. Developing
and Printing at Lowest Rates. Sat
0. P HART & CO.
and ball on Thursday,
L -i -t&.
sEv- jjfL which
o a j wis -in
k yr a.ja
- SCIENCE- &J8D INDUSTRY.-
Snails, by means of
they exude, contrive
soua limestone, yw
Formosa producealby far wie great
est quantity of caifiphor The annual
output amounts to between 0,000,000
and 7,000,000 pounds, while the Jap
anese annual production is about 300,
000, and that of China 220,000 pounds.
Experts who have examined rye
straw are of the opinion that a very
high grade of paper, not only adapted
to newspapers, but suitaole for book
as well, can be made from that mate
rial, of which Lousiana produces thou
sands of tons that are now gotten rid
of as a waste product.
Many chemists regard sulphur, car
bon, arsenic and some other sub
stances as elements. M. Fittica, a
French savant, however, says that ar
senic is not an element, but a com
pound of phosphorus probably with
oxygen and nitrogen, He has obtained
arsenic by treating phosphorus with
a large number of oxidizing agents,
such as nitric acid, peroxid of barium,
The soil of Peru contains the larg
est number of mineral species at Plu
ria, in the north, peti oleum and sul
phur; silver, lead, copper and coal in
the great mining basin of'Cerro de
Pasco, in central Peru, and phosphate
quicksilver, auriferous grounds and
borax at Arequipa, Caraoaja, in the
south. At the present time the num
ber of mines in exploitation i 2,500,
employing 70,000 workmen.
At the University of Illinois, F., C.
Koch, of the department of applied
chemistry, is carrying on an investi
gation of Illinois coals, with special
reference to the process of coal wash
ing. The process of washing ordi
narily removes 50 per cent, of the
slate and ash ingredients and 50 per
cent, of the sulphur; the reduction in
sulphur rendering them more fit for
gas-making and coking.- Railway and
In the first half of the present year
one of the London banks maae a profit
of $l,S50,O0O and another cleared over ,
$1,JC0,0C0 Three more ranged from
$1,100,000 down to $v5:Cu the small-1
est figures being equivalent to 11 SCO -OCO
in a year, or ten per cent of 513 -000.000.
Banks that do as wll aa that
arc scarce in the Urltcd "Str.tes At
least ten Engh'-h banks, not includ
ing the Bank of ErglinJ made profits
of more than $41000 apiece in the
first half of the present year, and
they averaged about $300,000.
Spanish and piano lessons, by gradu
ate of Snell's Seminarv, Oakland, Cal.
Address Mrs. Edward Zimmerman,
Post Office, Bisbee, Ariz.
Notice -The public are earnestly re
quested o cover all private water pipes
exposed to frost on their jiremistk
Bisbee Water and Coal Co. ol I'm
ininiticr alatm or surfanft ornnnd nrft r.
1 quired to file their adverse claims with
the Register of the United States Land
I Offlco at Tucson, in the Territory of
Arizona, during the sixty days period
of publication hereof, or they will bo
barred by virtue of the provisions of
MILTON R. MOORE, Register.
First publication Aug. 17, 1900.
Last publication Oct. 16. 1900.
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of .Edward L. Hoffman dceased
Notice Is hereby Riven by tho usdertlgn0d,
adnilnlstrfttrlx of the tiitate ot," Edward L.
Hoffman, deceased) to the creditors of, and
all person Laving claims asaltiit the said
deceased, to exhibit theia with the neceary
within four mouths after the. first publica
tion of thii notice to the said administratrix
at the office of S. K. Williams, in Bisbee, the
same being tr.o place for the transaction ot
business or said estate in said county of Co
chlso, KEBECCA N. HUGHES,
AdminUtratilx of Estate of id. h. Hoffman,
Dated at Bisbee, Arizona, this 21th day of
First publlcutlon October 8, 1900.
To William Evans, your heirs or assigns:.
You are hereby notified that one hundred
QOliars was wpenuia in lauur auu iuipruvc
ments upon the Night Hawk Lode in order
ta hold the snid tmmlief "under tho DroVl-
sions of Seotion 2J24, Revised Statutes of the
United States, being the amount required to
hold the same for the year ondinsr December
SI, 1699, and If within ninety, days after this
publication you foil or refute to c6ntributo
your proportion of'such-expenditure iijra
co-owner your interest In said claim will
become the property, of the subscriber un
der said Seotion 2824. ,
First publication Sept. 12 1900.
The best for
CURRY & CO., N4C0, A. T
Ea$ Cres Xz&(&
Specialties in French Goodt
and 3. Laigc Assortment of
Notice to Credjtors.
Estate of Patrick Cunningham, deceased
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned,
administratrix of the estate of Patrick
Cunningham, deceased, to the creditors Of
and all persons having olalms against the
said deceased, to exhibit them, with the nno
cfctary vouchers, within ten months after the
first publication of this notloe to the said
administratrix at Bisbee. the same bolnir
the place for th transaction of business of
said estate, In said county of Cochise,
Administratrix of the Estate of Patrick
Dated at Bisbee, A. T this first day of
First publication Juna 2.1909.
Teaoup Valued at 9600.
Among the exhibits at the Ptrli'Mt
position is a set of teacups tha chtap
tt of which i3 valued at $600.
Charles Harri9 begs to announce that
he is continuing his business of tailor
ing and repairing at short notice at his
residence In Tombstone canyon this
side of the Castle Rock. That he is
now in a position to make clothes and
to repair and clean them at tho cheap
est rates and invites tho attention of
tho public to his fine stock of fall and
winter goods. sl2tf
MINING APPLICATION NO. 720.
Unto .Statss Land Office-?
Tucsotf. ABttONi, August 15, 1900. J
Notioe Is hereby given that In pursu
ance. of the'United States mining laws
the Copper Queen Consolidated Min
ing oompanv, a corporation organized
under the laws of tho Btate of Now
York, by its agent, Walter Douglas,
whose Dost omoe address is Bis boo.
Cochise oounty, Arizona, has njado ap-,
plication ior patent ior..ui linear lost
of tho Morning Star lode mining" claim
situated on unsurveyed land, Warren
Mining District, Cochise county, Ter
ritory of .Arizona, as described ,by the
official plat herewith posted, and by
the Held note's on file In the office of
the' Register of tho United States Land
Ofllco, Gila Land Distrlot, Tucson, Ari
zona, as follows, to-wit
Magnetic variation for all courses 12
deg. 00 min. east,. $
Beginning' at corner No. 1, identical
with cornor No. 2 survey No. 351 Mam
moth lode, and .,with,coper No. 2 sur
vey 80TNew York lode, a plne.post In
mound of etones scribod Mammoth M.
C. No. 2. 2-801 N. Y. and 1-1S3L
whence U. S. Mineral Monument
APPLICATION NO. 72!
Survey No. 13?3.
United States Land Office, )
Tucson, Arizona, August 1 5, 1900. f
Notice is hereby given that in .pur
suance of the United States mining
laws the Copper Queen Consolidated
Mining company, a corporation organ
ized under the laws of tho state of
New York, by its agent, Walter Doug
las, whose post offlco address is lltubeo,
Cochise county, Arizona, baa madn ap
plication for patent for 1500 linear feet
of tho Sweopstako lodo mining claim,
situated on unsurveyed land, Warren
district, Cochise county, Territory of
Arizona, as described by the official
plat herewith posted, and by the Hold
notes on file in the office of the Regis
ter of the United States Land Offlco,
Gila land district, Tucson, Arizona, as
Magnetlo variation for all courses.
11 deg. 85 min. east. ,
Beginning at corner no. 1, identical
with southwest cornor of the locati n.
and with corner no. 2 survey no. 1186
"White Tailed Doer" lode, a nine post
in mound of stones scribod 2-1 18G W '
T. D , and 1-1333, whence U. S. M. M. ,
no. & bears soutn b deg. 00 min. east
2356 feet distant; thence north 37 deg.
26 min. wost on line 2-3 survey no 1186
White Tailed Deer" lode 1500 feet to
corner no. 2, a pine post in mound of
atones, soribed '3-1186 W. T. D. and 2
1333; thence north 60 deg. 38 min. east
600 feet to corner no. 3, a pine post in
mound of stones scribed 3-1333; thence
south 37 deg. 26 min. east 1500 -feet to
oorner No. 4, a pino post with mound of
stones scribed 1-1333; thence south 60
deg. 38 min. west 600 feet to corner no.
1, tho place of beginning.
Total and net area Sweepstake lode
The said mining claim being of reo
ord in the office of the Recorder of
Cochise county, at Tombstone, in tho
county and Territory aforesaidjin book
6, page 606, Reoord of Mines. Tha pre
sumed general course or direction of
the said SwoepBtake vein, lodo or min
eral deposit being shown upon the plat
posted herewith as near as can be de
termined from prosont developments,
this claim being for north 37 deg. 26
min. west J 442 feet, and south 37 deg.
26 min. east 58 foot from discovery
shaft, total 1500 linear foet thereof, to-
ROtnor wltn tno surtnee ground snown
upon tho official plat posted herowith, j
tho said vein, lodo nnd mining prom
ises hereby sought to be pntontod be-i ,
ing bounded as follows to-wit: OnthojD Ctfnt
Bouthwost by survoy no. 1186 "White ' KCllIS UOIieCiea
Tailed Door" lode, the Coppor Queen
Consolidated Mining company claim
ant. There are no other known ad
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely any portion of said lode, min
ing claim or surfaco ground are re
quired to flle their adverso claims with
the Register of tho United Stntes Land
Ofllco at Tucson, in the Torritory of
Arizona, during tbo sixty days poriod
of publication hereof, or they will be
barred by virtue of the provisions pf
MDLTON R. MOORE, Register.
First publication Aug. 17, 1900.
Last publication Oct. 16. 1900.
Kitciieo ... -
Open Day and Night
Short Orders a Special tyu.
Meals served to Jaimlies
Whitehead S Marchell, S'roprletors.
O. K. MARKET
RUST CLASS I'rlOI-NlX BUEF,
Mutton, Pork tuxl Veal. Sausage, for
eign and domct-Mc, coustmitly on hand.
0. K. STREET, OPP. CAURtTTO'S
A. BAUER Proprietor
Bisbee Candy Kitchen
Fresh Candies Every Day
Iro Cioam, ?ila Wuter
l.oinomi'lo. Mill; Sli.ikn.
A Biff Cold Drink for 5 Cents
V Ji llvVfe.
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i 13 li
Near Ilailo-kU-ir.s tHorc. Cloaninc
done l- now Dry lrnees. Genu' Sultr
cleaned. iUo Ladles' .-UlrU. W .lists, Glotes.
and Million-. I Kits, a s:iocl.uty
TAKE A HACK
Ed Price who has a Hack
ready at all hours, meets all'
Trains. Orders may be left
at New England Kitchen.
2 TELEPHONE 60
Your Patronage SolloltoU
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER
La Horita, Sonora, Hexico
S NAVARRO, PROPRIETOR
Tho Choicest Cuts of tunder and
well-fed Beof, Mutton, Sausago, etc
City arber Shop
Bath Room anrj Porcelain Tubs
Marks & Wittig, Proprietors.
Everything First Class.
C. K. BARNUM
Baggage and Express
Handled With Care.
Leave orders with s5. K Williams, lei. No
Theo. F. fletz, Prop.
Ofllco nnd works. Tombstone and Bisbee.
Soda Water, Snrsapurllla. tiincer A e, Kte.
I Orders from ahrond will recoite prompt nt
loniion. wruors ior tno city oi imnpewiu
bo delivered free without nola
Bisbee Assay Office.
All Work Guaranteed ,
Or Money Refunded.
PROPERTY LOOKED AFTER
Bisbee Real Estate Co.
Bisbee Bill Posting Co.
E. D. nASON. Manager
Ofllce, Nob Hill.
E. Q. ORD CO.
Cornice and Sheet netal Workers
TKLSI'HONB NO. 9
omca AND BHOr NEXT TO BBBWXBT
BISBEE CASH FRDIT STOBE
Ice Cream and Soda Water
Sweet Cream, Confections, etc. Ice
Geo. Dorflinger Prop.
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