THE AKIZOHa REPUBLICAN; TUE8UAV MORNING. MAY 22. lbM.
A Two Week's Lecture on the
Subject of Temperance.
The Sortillon Murder Case Comes
Up for Trial Today-Other Mat
ters of Less Importance.
An analysis of the cases so far dis
posed of at thia term of territerial and
United States district court presents a
strong argument in favor of temper
ance. .hvery man convicted has been
convicted of an offense which is the re
sult direct or indirect of fooling with
strong drink. Of the half dozen per
sons found guilty of burglary all but
two admitted that they were so drunk
tney did not know what they were do
uig. xnose two u not arumc were
caught almost in the ant of looting a
beer ware house and were found in pos
session of the6toien beverage.
Louche, the Indian convicted uf kill
ing JPa-pa-je, was shown to have been
irresponsibly drunk at the time of the
killing and for hours afterward. The
federal criminal dorket is made ud
I 1 e .f t- - r
migmjf ui caass in selling liquor to In
ine secocd trial in this district of
bortulon for the murder of a new born
babe of an Indian woman with whom
he was living was continued until this
morning on account ot the absence of
Sortillon was saved last fall by a hung
jury which was only nung and that was
all. Sheriff Greenleaf of uma county,
arrived yesterday with the mother and
grandmother of the murdered babe,
other witnesses in the case and an in
terpreter. Gen. Wilson, who con
ducted the defense at tbe former trial,
has withdrawn and Messrs. Kibbey &
Israel have been retained.
Juan Sonoqui, charged with selling
liquor to Indians, pled guilty and 8.
Tapia, Juaa Valencia on similar
charge, were put on trial. The for
mer was defended by H. C. Magne and
the latter by P. W. Fleming. In
Tapia's case, or rather in both cases,
one of the Doints against the defendants
was the identification of bottles found
among the Indians as bottles the de
fendant had been known to have. The j
attorneys brought in Mr. E. Ganz as an
expert on the subject of bottles and he
was prepared to show it was neariv as
difficult to identify a whisky bottle as a
oean. ine expert testimony was ruled
out on the ground that the witness was
not a manufacturer of bottles. Tapia
was acquitted, bat Valencia who was
without any witnesses or testimony of
any sort was convicted.
Simon Robles pled guilty to a viola
tion of the Edmunds act, was fined $50
and paid it.
Writs Your N ame
On a postal, send the postal to A.
Hamburger & Sons, Los Angeles, Cali
fornia, you will get postpaid a beauti
ful 130 page book telling you what to
buy and how to buy your "wares; this
book is a money saver" for anyone who
spends five dollars in a year for mer
chandise. A magnificent souvenir of
the midwinter fair goods with each
book. Send in your name today.
Vote of Thanks. ,
The Sisters of Mercy of the Sacred
Heart academy of this citv tender a
vote of thanks to the ladies and gentle
men wno so generously assisted them
"ii mo wtMiuu oi tneir ecnool com
mencement exercises Friday, May 18,
and in a special manner do the sisters
thank Judge Early, Judge Baker, Dr.
i ui uinu mm rroieseor uaiton who so
wnungiy and competently discharged
their part of the program. The pupils
also tender an especial vote of thanks
to Dr. Purman and Judae Early. Sacred
Heart Academy, May 21, 1894.
IT WAS NO
Why the Trial becween the
tinguisher Didn't Come off.
The contest between tbe Chicago ma
chine and the Babcock Fire extin
guisher did not take place last night.
Messrs. Gosart and Balke were seen
and asked why there was no test.
Said they: "We were readv but the
gentlemen who have charge of the Bab
cock declined to pay any attention to
our challenge; we were not greatlv sur
prised for Babcock people seldom risk
meeting us in a public contest."
The tests which have been given by
the Chicago people, have, however, con
vinced the public that their machine is
what thev claim for it. The council is
well pleased with it and believe it is the
best that can be introduced.
No doubt a great manv of the smaller
or 3-gallou machines such as have been
To be Absolutely
Bow it Will Ba Done.
We have had made for us a num
ber of keys one of which will un
lock lhe heavy plate glass and
metal money box cow in exhib
ition in our show window. We
have placed in this box $25 in gold
and on July 4. 1894, each holder of
one of these keys will be permitted
to try to unlock the box. The per
eon whose key opens the box will
be given the contents, absolutely
With every pair of shoes pur
chased we will give one key free.
There is but one key that will un
lock the box. Yours may be the
one. Buy the Chandler Shoe,
everyone knows they are the best.
1 1 TOIIR SHOE CO.
shown in the public tests will be pur
chased for business houses and residen
ces that the danger from fire may be
reduced to a minimum. An advantage
which many business men see in such
an investment is a reasonable tendency
to a lower rate of insurance.
Lewis Examines Its Arms and
Last night at 8 o'clock company "E,"
N. G. A., assembled at their armory for
inspection. Immediately upon their
falling in, the company was inspected
oy major rt. Aiiyn Lewis, who arrived
from Globe yesterday noon. After a
careful scrutiny of the arms and ac
coutrements, the major gave the com
pany some very appropriate instruc
tions upon the duties of a soldier.
Drill upon the manual of arms followed ;
then a march to the plaza where com
pany maneuvers ended the inspection
At the close of the drill, Major Lewie
complimented both officers and men
upon the efficient results of their work
and expressed himself as ereatlv crati
hed. The major is an affable gentle'
man, tnoroueny military m M8 carri
age and bearing, and quite different - in
most respects irom the majority
regular army officers, who seem
luuaKiue mat tneir cnieiest duties on
eartn are to be entertained and ad
mired, and to receive SDoloeies from
civilians for their intrusion on earth
ai me cioee ot tne military cere-
monies, the brave soldiers and their
handsome admirers induleed in danc.
ing until midnignt. Florence Tribune,
A Practical Man.
VI all the practical men of whom
America is justly proud no one holds a
nigner place than the late uyms W
rT . . . . . . "'.
neiu. nis son snows that ne nan in
herited the shrewd common senseof the
man who laid the Atlantic cable. He
8 East 56th Street, )
Hew York, May 8, 1893.)
Several times this winter I have suf
fered from severe colds on my lungs,
Each time I have applied Allcock's
Porous Plasters, and in everv instance
1 have been quickly relieved by apply
ing one across my chest and one on my
oacK. my mends, through my advice,
have tried the experiment and also
tound it most successful. I feei that
can recommend them most hiehlv to
any one wno may see nt to try them.
Cyrus W. Field, Jb.
Brandreth's Pills are the best med
Fertility of Soil.
Alfalfa grows well and rapidly almost.
anywhere in this valley. The beautiful
trinity of water, soil and alfalfa Beed
win produce a most "amazin' " crop of
it. Yet there seems to be degrees of
lertility. On both sides of the road out
iNorth Center street as far as the In
uibu FGiiuui, unaiia seems to grow
tnicuer and quicker than elsewhere.
J. his is particularly true of the Simms
addition on the west side of tbe road
"V 1 . . i ....
xou can almost see tne allalla grow
there and as for shade trees, the way
those shade trees which were set out a
couple of years ago have grown is won
derful, lhe entire bimma addition is
fast becoming the most beautiful and
desirable Bite for a handsome residence
The East End Electric works are now
prepared to make contracts for fan ser
vice for tbe coming season commencing
Mayl, 1894, on the only reliable. nf
and satisfactory system ilO volt direct.
All other systems are unreliable, un
satisfactory and dangerous. Applica
tions should be made at once to the
company's office, corner Second and
Hall to Let.
Gardiner's Hall in the Gardiner
block on Washington street near corner
of Third, may be rented for dances,
parties, socials and entertainments. It
is provided with seats, electric light
and ia perfectly safe in construction.
Open All Night.
The Nickel Plate Restaurant, which
is growing so rapidly in popular favor,
will be open all night. This is to ac
commodate patrons whose business or
pleasure keeps, them abroad in the
"wee sma' hours."
Wall street Sample Room.
The most quiet retreat in Phoenix.
Handles nothing but the bent 1
and cigars. No loud talk about mv
place. Drop in and see me. No. 12
wan St., James Kennie, proprietor.
H.Mac Davenport has taken rh
t .L - ti - t'- . . . &
ui me ruiBuix ivient and rnwor inm.
pany's .works, vice H. Ohnick, who has
resigned. All complaints should be
maae to mm at the office, room 17 N.
tional Bank of Arizona building.
Having determined to spend the sum.
mer in Los Angeles I have arranged
wnii vr. u. m. rurman, late of Indian
apoiis, ino., to attend to my practice
uiiuii my return.
W. H. Ward, M. D,
At the Nickel Plate you can get what
you want. The pastry ig as good as tbe
beet. The moat careful attention is
?iven to its making and baking. The
pies and cake of the Nickel Plate can
not De Deat.
Fan service for the hot months will
be furnished by tha Phoenix Lieht and
Power company to customers as in the
past. Apply to H. Mae Davenport,
room 17, National Bank of Arizona
Two nicely furnished rooms single or
en suite. Good location, cool, brick
house, terms reasonable. Address
"E," Republican office.
Beats the World.
Night and day, early and late.
It's never closed, the Nickel Plate;
Clean and cool, but a moment to wait,
It beats the world, the Nickel Plate.
Send us 75 cents in stamps and we
will mail you Tub Weekly Republican
for six months. No better way to learn
all about the Great Salt River valley
and its unparaleled climate and re
sources. Parties desiring lots in the beautiful
Simms addition should apply to J.T.
Simms, Room 30, Lemon Hotel.
Albatross of every shade and
cheap at the Red Corner Store.
Dr. Stroud, eye, ear, nose and throat.
Th.3 Red Corner Store sells summer
silks from 30 cents a yard and up.
Ladies' black silk waits worth
for $2.50 at the Red Corner Store.
Ladies changeable silk waists worth
$6.50 for $4.00 at the Red Corner Store.
Ladies' muslin underwear at greatly
reduced prices at the Red Corner Store.
Dr.Ancil Martin, eye, ear. nose, throat
and general surgery.
Wanted Good boy tor paper route.
Two hours' work in the morning.
Ladies' silk pongee waists trimmed
with lace worth $4 and $4.50, for 12.50
at the Red Comer Store.
Ladies' lawn wMsts trimmed with
embroidery worth. $2.50 at $1.25 at the
Red Corner Stoi-M.
Circulating library onen daily , and
Wednesday and Saturday evenings at
corner of First avenue and Jefferson
For Rent Three large, nicely fur
nished rooms (parlor, dining room and
kitchen), with large screen porch and
bath room; brick house, convenient to
post office ; terms reasonable. Address
"B," Republican office.
The Irvine Company.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Most Perfect Made.
DISEASE 18 A DNITERSAL
visitor. Nobody is exempt. The lengihofstay
may ue Buurmueu ot tne use oi smtan a tottia-
dies. Every medicine prepared by us can be
relied upon with perfect confidence, as the in.
gredients are wholesome, fresh and powerful.
C. ESCHMAN & CO.
ICE CREAM PARLORS
GOLDFIELD, - - ARIZONA
Leading daily papers and periodicals.
Stationery and legal blanks. The
aii im is of fruit always on hand. Remember
our parlors when in Goldfield.
Richards & Marvin, Props
Lund the Druggist
Cor. Washington and Third Sts., Phrenix, Ariz.
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY.
BDTTER FROM SWEET IILK
at a cost of from 3 to 5 cents per pound is what
can be done by using my new process. The milk
will mike from three to four times as much
butter as it will to let i( tr.rn and then churn
it. and it is much nicer. Every family should
dossess this secret. I will send the receipt for
SO cents in money, postal note or stamps. You
can make eight poundsof butter from one gal
lon of milk. Address, McKlNNON & CO .,
agents VVakted. Cowarts, Ala.
T A B U L E S
STOMACH, LITER AND BOWELS
AND PCRIEY THE BLOOD.
Rlpans Tabules are the best medicine
known for Indigestion, Biliousness, Head
ache, Constipation, Dyspepsia, Chronic
Liver Troubles, Dizzinehs, Bad Complexion
Dysentery, Offensive Breath, and all dis
orders of the Stomach, Liver and Bowels.
Ripans Tabules contain nothing injurious
tO the most delicate Anntitninn A to
pleasant to take, safe, effectual and give
.m,reie. x-nue ou cents per oox.
May be ordered throntrYi nMr.,t rtrncriot
or by mail. Sample free by mail. Address'
THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO.,
10 Spruce Street, Kew York City.
For sale bv Dr TfoofoT nr. tto n.,,
Store, Phosnix, Arizona.
Call for City Warrants.
I Will naT Unon nrefiontatirm flt,wln
numbered citv warrants nf tha issno of isoai
interest ceasing this 15th da-v of Mav. 1S94:
Numbers 1,119 to 1,165 both, inclusive.
I. M. CHRISTY,
Work Neat, Substantial and Guaranteed.
T. F, HICKEY. Pi-ODrietor.
301 West Washington St. Two doors east of the
ICE CREAM FREEZERS
Talbot s Hubbard's
Store . . .
SANTA FE, PRESCOTT & PH(ESIX
TIME TABLE NO. 6,
For use and government of employees. The
Company reserves the right to vary from this
TAKING EFFECT SUNDAY MARCH 4,
AT 12:05 A. M.
Mountain Time is Btandard used.
Previous time tables are void.
3 35 pi
lv Ash Fork
1 10 p
12 53 p
12 25 p
11 35 a
11 23 a
6 30 p
6 05 p
5 20 p
4 40 p
3 50 p
7 52 a
S 35 a,
a bi p
4 20 p
4 40 p
5 05 p
5 17 p
ar Preeeott lv
9 05 a
9 45 a
S 28 p
10 30 a;
11 00 a
o so p
5 40 pi
6 00 p
11 10 a
3 10 r
11 00 a
2 55 p
2 25 p
11 35 a
10 40 a
Trains 103 and 104 make close connection at
ash Jj ort with trains 3 and 4 on A. & P. R. R,
l rams 121 and 122 connect with trains 1 and 2
at Asn t one on A. & r. K. K. Trains 103 and
104 are passenger trains and run daily. Train
122 is an accommodation train ruuning daily
cAwjdummiiy. iraiii lzx is an accommoda
tion train running daily except Sunday.
, R. B. COLEMAN, Supt.
G. W. Vaughn, V-Pres. and Gen. Mgr.
F. A. Healy, General Passenger Agent.
New Time Table.
In effect Feb. 25, 1891
Southern Pacific east bound passes Maricopa
nil 11. .tj p. in.
bouthern Pacific west bound passes Maricopa
at 2 :40 a. m. Pacific time.
Connection made at Phosnix with stage for
C. S. HASTEN,
The new restaurant in the Byers build
ing on Jefferson stTeet, opposite
the city hall.
Board $5 a week
Single Meals 25c
The neatest, cleanest and cosiest place
to eat in the city.
G. W. TUTT.Prop.
STAE LODGING HOUSE
No. 47 Jackson and First Sts.,
Two blocks south of city hall.
I I. RIXEX, Prop.
Special attention is given
to country orders. Try
us! Send in by mail or
i. L. Fisher's Phosnix, Tempe and Mesa City
Stage Line, making direct connections with the
MORNING STACKS. V
L'v. Phcenix 7:00 a. m. L'v. Mesa 1:30 V. m.
L'v. Tempe 9 00 a. m. L'v. Temue 2:30 p.m.
Ar. itesa 10.0C a. m. Ar. Phoenix 4;00 p. m.
LV. Phoenix 3:30 p. m. L'v. Mesa 6:30 a. m.
L'v. Temix 4:30 p. m. L'v. Tempe 7:30 a. m.
Ar. Mesa 5 30 p. m. Ar. Phcenix 9:00 a. m
CARRY PASSENGERS AND EXPRESS.
Office at MesaFruitStore.
KANSAS CITY AND ST. JOSEP
CHICAGO, OMAHA, PEORIA,
PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS.
pining Cars, Vestibuled Drawing Room sloeo-
lllaCftrs. Rpnlinim. Cliflir r.oij itaic
. vu.b tuuti'iue,
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
Atlantic Coast !
THE BEST LINE FOR
New York, Boston,
Niagara, Falls, Pittskrgh,
and eastern points.
For Full information, address
H. C. ORR,
Ass't. Gen'L Passenser Agent. Kansas City, Mo.
"EL PASO ROUTE"
Texas and Pacific
The Great Popular Route Between
THE EAST AND WEST
Short line to, NEW ORLEANS, KANSAS CIT7
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS, NEW YORK and
WASHINGTON. Favorite line to the
north, east and southeast. PULL
MAN BUFFET SLEEPING
CARS and solid trains
from II Paso to
Dallas, Fttrt Worth, New 0rlem, Memphis ui St Losii
FA8T TIME AND SURE CONNECTIONS,
Sp"3ee that your tickets read Texas an(.
i wiiiis usirauj. ror maps, time tables, tieke
miormauon, call on o:
nuuiGBB niiv ui me ticket agents.
B. F. DARBYSHIRE.
... Gen.Agt. El Paso, Texat
Gan Pass, and Ticket Agt., Dallas, Tex.
The Great Middle Route Across the
American Continent in Connec
tion with the Railways of
the "Santa Fe Route."
The Grand Canon ot th Colorado th mm
Sublime nt NdtllNi'll nrn.lr nr T?nl. ( .a-
scribable, can easily be reached via Flagstaff,
wiinamB or Peach Springs on this road. To
the Natural Bridge of Arizona and Montezuma's
noiiuuv-auuuiuc; 'iiubt uirectij Dy mis line.
Observe the Ancient Indian Civilization nf I,a-
guna, or of Acoma, "Tlie City of the Skj,"
niaib lud icbimeu ruiesi near uarrczo. nee a,
marvel at the freak of Canon Diablo. Take
hunting trip in the magnificent pine forests of
the San Francisco Mountains. Find interest in
the rnins of the pre-historic Care and Cliff
Liweuers. view tne longest cantilever bridge
iu fimciiun ifcuiuhej ine ijuiurauo stiver.
T. R. Gabel. General SuoerintB-ndcnt. Alhn.
querque, New Mexico. W. A. Bissell, General
Passenger Agent, San Francisco, Cal and Al
buquerque, New Mexico. H. S. Van
uciiciai Acui,,ii.liiuqiierque, m
Queen & Crescent
EAST TE1NN., VR. GR. RYS.
SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS.
St Orleans to Ciscicns'j, 94 Siles Shortest
Making Direct Connections For All
Points north and east.
SPPullman Palace Cars through without
change via Chattanooga to New York. Only one
change of cars to the principalpoints in Georgia
Virginia, North and South Carolina and Atlan
iSWTieket offl!)e,91 8t. Charles 8treet, Nen
Orleans, La. T. JONES, T. P. A.,
Southern Paeifie Co.
Commencing Feb. 25, 1894. trains will leave
Maricopa as follows;
Q.Qfi p- M- DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOB
t . O J Tucson , Benson, Lordsburgh Doming
Bl Paso and intermediate stations.
O.lfl A- M- DAILY PACIFIC EX
C.iX) PRESS for points in California,
Nevada, Creuon and Washington.
U,K( P. M. DAILY, ATLANTIC IX
.?J press for Tucson. Benson. Dm Ino
El Paso, San Antonio, Houston and New Orleans
4, OA P M. DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOB
. 0J GiU Band and intermediate stations.
Rnn P.M A wan I
BIG HA KB GRAY, '
Sen. Traffic Manaeer,
San Francisco, Cal.
IjackmuV igp;!Rcs";fo Orleans)
ORDINANCE NO. 168.
An Ordinance to License and
Regulate the Keeping of
The. Common Couneil of PliiseuiiC do or
dain as follows : .
Every person who owns, keeps or harbors in
the City of Phojnix any dog or dogs, shall pay
aD annual license therefor of Two Dollars for
each male dog, and Four Dollars for each fe
Every person desiring to obtain license for
dogs to be kept In the City of Phcenix shall pay
such license to the City Assessor and Tax Col
lector at his office and In amount for each dog
as provided by Seotion 1 of this ordinance, and
procure irom the City Marshal a license tag as
hereinafter provided for, and It shall be the
duty of the City Assessor and Tax Collector to
furnish to every pei son paying such license a
receipt tor each and every payment so made
and register the name ol the person, the amount
paid, and the number or numbers of such re
ceipt or receipts in a book to be xept by him in
his offiee for such purpose.
The City Marshal shall procure and keep in
his office such number of metal tags as may be
necessary, and of such size and shape as he
shall deem expedient, having stamped thereon
the words "Phoseix Dog License" (the shape of
said tags to be changed each year), and as well
a set of numeral dies for stamping and marking
said tags, and upon presentation to Mm by any
person of a receipt issued by City Assessor and
Tax Collector, as provided for in Section 2 of
this ordinance, shall issue to such person for
each of said receipts one of said tags, after hav
ing stamped thereon the number of the same;
numbering said tags consecutively In the order
ot presentation of said receipts, beginning with
the number one, and shall return the said re
ceipt to the person presenting the same after
having recorded in the book to be kept by him
in his office for such purpose the name of the
person presenting said receipt, the number of i
said receipt, the amount thereof, and the num
ber of the tag issued thereunder.
SECTION iv: ,'
Every dog so licensed shall have a collar
around his neck with the metal tag aforesaid
securely fastened thereto, and in such a manner
as to permit of ready examination.
It shall be unlawful for any doe to run at lanra
in any of the streets, alleys.plazas, parks or pub
lic grounds of the City of Phcenix without hav
ing fastened over its head a muzzle suitable
and sufficient to keep and prevent such dog
from being able to bite man or beast.
It shall be the duty of the city marshal, tha
police officers or watchmen of the City of Phce
nix and of each and all of them, when any
dog is found loose, or at large upon the nubile
streets, alleys, plazas, parks or public grounds
of the said city, either without the license tag
and muzzle, or the license tag herein provided
lor to immediately kill such doe at tha nlana
found or capture and secure such dog and re
move him to a convenient place, and there Im
mediately kill him as may under the circum
stances of the case be most expedient. '
The licenses issued nnder this ordinanca
shall expire on the 10th day of June, 1895, and
inereatter De renewed or issued to expire on
the loth day of each and every Jnne.
Any person or persons who own or not own
ing harbor for a period of three days within
tneuityoi Phcenix any dog without procuring
a license for said dog, as by this ordinance pro
vided, shall be deemed guilty of misdemeanor
and on conviction thereof shall be fined in any
sum not less than Five nor more than Twenty
' SECTION IX.
Any person who allows any doe owned bv
him or under his control to run at large on the
street, alleys, plazas, parks or public ground of ,
meunyoi -noBnlx In violation of the nro-
visions of section V of this ordinance shall be
ueeweu guuiy oi misdemeanor, and upon con
viction thereof shall be fined in any sum not
less than Ten Dollars nor more than One Hun-
dered Dollars for each and every such offence.
Ordinance No. 97, entitled "An Ordinance to
Provide for Licensing Dogs" and all other
ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict
witn tms ordinance are hereby repealed. .
8KCTIOM XI. ,
This Ordinance shall be In force from and '
after its passage and publication according to
Passed the Common Council the 16th dav of
May, A. D. 1894. ADproved the 16th day of
Attest: JAMES D. MONIHON.
Ed. Sciiwaktz, Mayor.
Seal Cits Recorder.
Date of first publication May 17, 1894.
Notice to Architects.
Architects are invited to submit plans for a
new jail to be built In connection with the
court house at Phosnix, to cost about $20,000.
Said plans must be accompanied by an esti
mate of cost of building under bond, and be
presented to the Board of Supervisors of Mari
copa county, on or before June 4, 1894.
By order of the Board.
FRANK J. PECK,
Clerk of Board of Supervisors.
First publication May 11.
of Sale of
Notice is hereby given that the board of su
pervisors of Maricopa county, Arizona terri
tory, will receive sealed bids for twenty-five
thousand dollars of Maricopa countv bonds
until tbe 4th day of June, 1894, at 10 o'clock a.
. ot tnat day. said bonds are to run ten and
twenty years, payable iu lawful money of the
United States of America and bear Interest at
the rate of six per centum per annum and ba
issued in denominations of one thousana dol
lars. All bids to be addressed to Frank J. Peck,
clerk, at Phoenix, Arizona.
By order of the board of supervisors.
FRANK J. PECK, Clerk.
From Tucson to Nogales.
M. G. SAMANIEGO, Prop
LEAVES TUCSON at 6 a. m. on Mondavs.
Wednesdays and Fridays.
LEAVES NOGALES at 6 a. m. on Tuesdava.
Thursdays and Saturdays.
The fastest stage Una in the lorrltn.
horses and careful driver.
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