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slTKE BEfcftGUD CHIEF.
WEDNESDAY A PHIL II. 1875.
The People Triumphant
LAIBD AITS TH0Ili:S SLSCTSD.
Wo are called upon to arsnoucc to
the readers of The Chief that the
Independent Ticket for Members of
the Constitutional Convention has
been elceted by a larpc majority.
L. JJ. Thorne, of Webster county,
sud Janiea Laird, of Adams county,
have been elected to servo the peo
ple, and they will not betray the
truel nut into their hands by the vol
untary act of their fellow citizens.
Senator, was it the spirit of a dead
mule that inspired you to threaten to
KICK our humble self the fii&t oppor
tunity? The school officers .throughout the
county will plea?e take notice that an
act of the Legislature requires the
county commissioners to make the
tax luvy for each f-chool district so far
a.s it js nccctsary to pay ,tho interest
or principal on outstanding indebted
i,c.. Sea the notice of the county
"We . learn that Laird's boltinc
pebeme received the countenance and
rid in Webster county of C. L. Math
er, editor of the IIedCloudUihep."
'The above paragraph appeared in a
mrcrrtiiuuihef of the Senator's Pa
jicr, published at Hustings, at the es
ucmcly "lowTate of, etc., tirenty-Qve
p. r vox A. of the cash receipts given to
i he destitute, etc., etc." By way of
.ryntlicsi3, we will tay that the
:.'. ovi1 Uott!o is the only true asser
tion that has appeared in the Senator's
I :!),cr duiing the last ten years.
THE senator, of Hastings, cv
C'i'Wy knows T;ho we mean by
' 'i'hE senator" has kindly sent us
word that if we ever dared to show
our individual telf within the sacred
piecincts of the office of the aforesaid
SENATOR, which the same is located
at Hastings, he. will then and there,
purposely, willfully, and with malice
afoict bought, proceed to put a boot
and .'hoc shop into active operation in
the imu.cdiato vicinity of our valued
mid highly respected coat-tail. This
is fearful, and would probably drive a
common-mind into a state of insanity,
or, perhaps a condition of fear and
remote that can only be terminated
by suicide. It is a terrible thing to bo
kicked. We have been "kicked" iu
undiy and divers ways. In our early
years we were kicked by schoolmas
ters and tho "big boys," we've been
kicked by policemen, by horses, by
horned brutes, and, figuratively speak
ing, by a cold and unapprcciating
woild but, we have never been sub
jected to the iudignity of being kicked
by a jackass. If fato o wills it,
however, that this Iat .-aid greatest of
calamities ii about to overtake us, wc
will meekly tubiuit, and endeavor to
return good for evil.
Sonic weeks since, a citizen of
Lowell und the tsaiutly Wigton met
iu solemn council at Hastings and
decreed that a prominent gentleman
of tho former place, and some one
ftoui Hastings, not then determined,
'Dhould represent this district in the
Constitutional Convention. Stiatcgy
was considered necessary to accomp
lishheir beautiful scheme.- There
lore, they figured up, and found
that to make a ' dead sure thing'
it would bo ueccsrary to give Kear
ney county five time the amount of
representation to which it was enti
tled on a fair basis. This noble and
extremely original scheme it was
considered would be successful. But
for tear that the people might
"kick" ngaiust the proceeding, it was
further ordered that the convention
be postponed until within four or five
days of tho election. This was the
crowning glory of the concentrated
political wisdom of the solemn old
btomach pumps thus assembled. They
'fcold-oatbo interests of the people
,j to turtner roe' interests oi two-or turee
defunct Iowa politicians and a mush
room town on the B. & M. R. R.
r i The scheme didn't "pan out." ThVy
mistook the character of the people.
And there is mourning in the camp of
tho Philistines I
We have often heard of the phe
nomoM known mm "spiritual manifes
tations."" -We iever saw a spirit, at
least, so iartt we can recollect, but
Jiave simply heard of them. Theo
dore Tilton, Esq., cf Brooklyn, N. Y.,
a gentleman whose private character
and public fame is such that all must
jrjre aiav creaenoe, agsuju me
speeches of Sister Wooholf were in
spired by the spirit of Demosthenes,
aatld Greek, who .in writing, used
hww, litt! xjroakei" letters, and thus
tifc&ted caaetalio after generation of
aefcool JtajB to be bothered with huge
1, J ; 2 3 lt !, enrt. nf tlUB.
s mwwi - - ' "
lL wWMrar.thev seally wanted to Know
.Vi 1L. .-.r . . - -- -
f'tbe -Htt-felloir was. 3rr
Itt&mbt, bt it was a great eonven-
IM&ttffiMMat tn Tikn. m his oalmy "days, to
txaMatTf aw iaairattM from the great
giW5pa'f Victoria. Bat a
have lived io eee the day, and oar own
eyes have beheld, and, the most glo
rious thing of all, it has been reserved
to Nebraska, the youngest and most
beautiful of the eiiterhood of States,
to bring forth te the eyes of an ad
miring world an EDITOR who drawa
bin inspiration directly from the de
parted spirits of the illustrious dead.
This affects us as a matter of local
pride, but to the world at large
to the English-speaking world, it has
a greater and more important siiznifica-
1 tion hold your breath while we speak
it THE 81'IIUT OK THE IMMORTAL
JUNIUS dictates the editorials that
appear in the Senator's paper. Now
borne of our readers will naturally ask
who was this "Junius? " That is just
what the whole woild has Lecn dying
to know, for a fuh century. We give
it Up ask THE SENATOR.
Gen. Arnasa Cobb, was elected May
or of Lincoln by a Urge majority. Ho
was run as an Independent candidate
bybia friends against his wish ard
Hon. M. Warren, author of the
Ohio Criminal Code, has been defeat
ed for con. con. in Jefferson cojnty.
A daughter of Master Porter of the
State Orange, ha? received a clerkchip
in one of the departments at Wash
ington. Hon. A. J. Weaver, late District
Attorney for the First Judicial Dis
trict has been elected to the Constitu
tional Convention from Kichardsou
The spelling school mania has struck
Lincoln, and the Opera House has
been turned into a school room.
Perry and Swan, Independents, have
been elected to (be con. con. from Ne
maha county. A good year for Inde
pendents. As a cleaver of official heads, Sena
tor Paddock is proving a success. J.'
D. Wilson, U. S. Architect, 0. N.
Buird, Postmaster at Lincoln, and Dr.
F. II. Longlcy, Receiver of tho North
Platte, U. S. Land Office, being num
beiedamoag those who have already
passed under his little hatchet. In
dependent. Prof. C. D. Wilber, ono of the lead
ing geologists of tho West, has been
delivering a course of lectures at Crete.
Mr. C. II. Vining, living near
Bloomlngton, lately received a serious
wound in his arm by the accidental
discharge of a shot-gun.
The Juniata Gazette says :
"It. K. Dailcy's Valley House has
been crowded with guests nearly every
night for the last three mouths, but
last week it was more than crowded.
"Ruf." treats everybody like a Prince
and his excellent wife sets a fine table.
Long live the Valley House aud its
Kearney is doing her whole duly by
encouraging immigration to the Black
Hills. A large transportation company
has been organized there to run be
tween the Black Hills and Kearney.
Gen. Connor was elected member of
tho Constitutional Convention from
Buffalo. The General is a gentleman
and a schoar aad richly deserves this
comiiliment from the hands of his fel
Forty-eight individuals in and
around West Point contenplatc start:
ing for the Black Hills some time next
Niobrara is organizing a stage com
pany with a capital of $5l),00i) to run
daily coaches from that town to Fort
Gordon, in the Black Hills. """
Columbus claims to be the very best
starting point for the Black Hills- as
the road traverses a settled country
for more than half tho entito distance.
Eurr Oak, Iowa, )
ilarch 31, '75. j
Ed. Chief: I have seen four of
your -papers since I left home iu
ono I noticed an article in your issue
of the Feb. 3d., from J. P. Bangham,
which although late as you published
his letter I hope you will not deny me
the privilcdgc of replying. Mr Bang
ham begins his letter by using slang,
in which I will not follow. Ho say
I "laid in a" heavy charge against him
in Omaha, and said that he did not
take tho proper course to inform him
self as to the amount of suffering in
Webster Co., -and that he was misled
by the committee." When I was in
Omaha Secretary Trout made "the
statement that parties had been sent
to the county for the purpose of going
through theounty to find out its true
state, and I understood him to say, it
was to be done by personal observa
tion. The cause of Mr. Bangham
hiving come to the county was men
tioned, aad the statement I made was
as follows :
That Mr. Bangham came to Bed
Cloud on Saturday evening Jan 16.
ana mat on Sunday a member ot the
Pnmmiitnn nt- Mm k -:-. I
Lrommittee took turn up the river
.about 1 Smiles, and tbat as they were
principally old' settlers along the route,
he was taken it was calculated, to give
a wrong impression of the state of the
county. I further stated that I went
with him a short distance on the South
side of the river, and that altogether
he was about (perhaps,) ten boars
driving through the county, aad thtt
no man could by driviae that leagta
ofiisteln the county, Bake a correct
report of the suffering. Erem acta
observation, the above was the stale
aaeaiJ madersnd I defy Mr. Bang
ham, or any other person (o prove the
statemcat uatrue. Agala lie reqeests
tfcc Coaucittee to write to' kin which J
statement they support, and to endorse
Now Mr. Editor, he know when he
wrote, that the Committee would en
dorse him, and be is welcome to the
endorsement if it will sooth his ruffled
temper. But I am willing when I
return if the Committee like, to meet
my fellow citizans in Mass Meeting,
and abide by their endorsement or
censure. Yours Truly,
To regilate the sale of Illuminating
Be it enacted by the Lgis!ature of the
State of Nebraska:
Sec. 1. Ibat it shall be unlawful
for any person or persons to offer for
sale for illuminating puqMes, as
agents or otherwise, any numcricil or
petroleum, or into which petroleum or
any product of petroleum enters, or is
found xs a constituent element, until
he or they have tested the same in the
following manner, to wit : By taking
not less than a half a pint of the oil,
.fluid or substance tested, and placing
the same in a small vessel in which
there h no other subatcnce, of such
dimensions that the surface of the oil,
fluid or substance shall not exceed
four square inches in area, and placing
a Fahrenheit's thermometer in said
oil, fluid or substance, in said vessel;
in such mannci that the thermometer
will indicate the temperature of the
oil, fluid or substance being tested,
which shall then be gradually heated
at a rate of not less than two degrees
per minute, Fahrenheit, to a tempera
ture at which said oil, fluid or sub
stance will emit a gas or vapor that
will ignite by burning the flame of a
lighted match or other burning taper
in contact with the surface of the arti
cle1 being tested with such frequency
and in such a manner as io ascertain
the exact temperaturo by said ther
mometer, at which said oil, fluid or
substance will emit a gas that will
ignite, and if it will emit a gas or ta
per that will ignite at any tempera tuo
below 110 degrees, Fahrenheit, then
it is hereby declared to bo dangerous
and it shall be unlawful to sell or offer
the same for sale.
Sec. 2 Provides that any person
offering for sale any such oil that has
not been tested, or that will not stand
tho test, shall be subject to a fine of
not less than $100, or impii-oned in
the jail of the county not exceeding
20 days, or bath, at the dicrc tion of
tho court, and shall pay the cost of
Sec. 3. Provides that any manu
facturer, refiner, or wholesale dealer
shall sell oil that will not stand the
above test, he shall be subject to a fine
not exceeding $1,000, or imprisonment
not exceeding 20 days, or both.
Sec. 4. Provides that any person
who shall sell any such oil in less quan
tity that one barrel at any onetime,
that will not stand the above test, he
shall be subject to a fine of not less
than $25 or more than $200, or of im
prisonment of not less tfean ten days,
Sec. 5. Provides that any person
sustaining any damage to his person
or property by reason of the violation
of the above sections by any person,
tho guilty party shall be liable to the
person injured for all damages so sus
tained ; and in case of death, the
guilty party shall bi guilty of man
slaughter. Notice to School Boards.
To District ScnooL Boards:
You will please fake notice that by
an act of the Legislature, approved
February 25th, it is m. de the duty of
School District Boards to furnish
immediately to the County Clerk a
statement of the amount of Bond
heretofore issud, and uot already
paid, the date of each Bond, the rate
of interest, and when and where it
Yon will rnske this statement as
possible, and unless made in time
for the County Commissioners to levy
the tax nquired to pay the interest
on your bonds, no tax will be levied
for that purpose.
The law makes it the duty of the
C-unty Commissioners to levy tho
tax at the same time other taxes are
levied on the first Monday in July.
By order of the Board of County
J. A. Tullev. Co. Clerk.
Red Cloud, April 7, 1875. 3t 6
17I2H0LS, SH2PA23 li CS.'S
The BRILLIANT SUCCESS of this Grain
SmviDR. Time-Savins T1IKESHER. is unpre
cedented in the annals or Farm Machine y.
In a brief neriofl it hw become i.lely known
and FULLY ESTABLIallEO. ai the
"LEADING THRESHING MACULE."
ckaix bahebs kcffhe to .ab-
"t to t wtefl and imperfect work of
- oj,er Thmhen, whea posted on the vt
upenonty of this n. for aa ring grain, sar
iBg tine, aad doiagfait, thorouga acd eccao
TatxaBTtxMXVX mm rr highly adrantagaoaa
to ran a Machine that hai bo "Beaten,"
"Piees."or-Apjoa." that haadlesDaaap
Grata. Long Straw HWibS. Flax. Timothy
MilleU aad all rack diScalt train sad aewls.
with K5T1KS KASK AND EFFBCTIVX-
aaee hi thresh bill by extra sariae ofjrrain :
sake no "Litterinc;' reqairae LESS THAN
NK HALF the Maal Belt. Bexe Joar
aate; atdQears; eaitrataaaged;lese repaim
one that graia raher prefer to carloy and
wait for. erea atadraace4 ariec, whSe ether
autchiaes ara "oat jebe."
rr aUMaaaawtf .-, lfl
aprHallty aaermr aleat,'
wjtarr ty (trSTKA
wpi i eiatf
If iater tea ia-araia raisinc. or threshiag.
write forlliajtra ed Cirealars(aattre) wiih
tall paAkalars ofaxef, ctjrta. ariacf, tenas.
. W.J- K.t.'M J
St. Nicholas fr
A Book for Boyt and Girls.
Of this book Charles Bmd'.r Waraer
"In the tound Tola me of Si. yitkvlat with
it jclorr of red and gold, we have a perma
neut addition to the literature of the jounr.
Never befure ha k much literary nad and
artbtic talent co-operated in tae icrriee f
children. It U a continual educator of their
toite ond of their honor and courage- I do
not tee how it can be made any better, and
if the children don't like it. I think itU time
to begin to change the kind of children in
St Nicholas for r875.
The proipectuf of the iccond YoIamchow
thu there u to be no falling oT. but an in
crease in iu literary and pictorial attrc
t.ona. Among the other attractive feature
7o Splendid Senal Stcries,
"The Young Surveyor"
by J. T. TROwEtDGK. author of the Jack
llarard Stories, etc. a
by Locisa M. At-curr. author of "Little
Women." etc. -
'1 he peculur features of .St. Jfickla; which
bate conduced to largely to iu popularity,
will be kept up with spirit':
fhortaud w; ttories U fRKXCII,
Ui,Aftt a .-)-. a if for translation
will appear oc-aMonnUy, wtule.--. JacHtu
'Ibe Kittdlf Mux iv.ll continue to be lull
of interest, and the department for ry
young rtajert will be enlarged.
Uayard Tajlor and other dbticgniabed
travellers will gie rfionca of Foreign Coun
trirj. Mr. Rideing will continue hl tenes of de
lightful aud iutuuetite Fupeis ou i'ruotical
.Mr. Uurtlett and others will attend to the
department of Home ErtcrtuinmenU, Tab
leaux, Vivantr, etc.
New writer, in addition to our present
large cotm ot contributors, will give youn
people of all Hge, l'Oetim. Jingle. Mta-rif-M,
.SkcirUfN. and Paper un lllaio
ry, ISluxrtiptiy, ' ravel. Advrulure.
Natural llinlory, Oat-uonr and In
door ftorl, Ac, dee., with a hearty
sprinkling of fun throughout the volume
1'rice t$:t.OO h yM, but up to Jan. let
well send the TWhLvs M'unrj lor the year
justclmed (Vol.K) for only (W.uo. 'ibe
dame, rrjnfV bound in 1M and (told mil
be i-ent, clmrjff wlil fur 94.U.
One ear's subscription and twelro back
number. 83.ti. Ono year's ubcriptiun
and oluvk one. i:oum as jboru, sent
churcM piitrt tor 06.00.
SQrAtl Pottage prfpuitl hj vs.
No G54 lironihciy, Ntio York.
First in ths FieliSstaSIsJisi 1858.
Bail $10. Weekly $2.
linsinca Men. ItnllrowS. Official,
Courtly OfliccrM, aud ether. At
-a N D-
JOB HUNTING AND
BLAHS BOOS ITANUTACTUSINa
after many years experience, witb
superior facilities, and the
to-be found in the West, will fill any
order, large or small, in tho bed etyle
at short notice, and at the lowest
OUR BLANK BOOK WORK
and Sinking of every description can
not bo surpassed by any firm in the
state, and challenge comparison.
ounty Work A Specialty,
and County Officers will find our forms
the latest and mot improved. Sta
tionery, Seals for County, Di-trict
and Probate Courts, Justices of tbe
L3GAL AITS C0HU22CIAL ELA1TZ3,
LFPGEB5, PAT OOKfl, RKCOKD3, JCC,
in ready made stock, furnished at the
Orders by mail for all kinds of Job
Woitic executed with the utmost
speed, and dispatched promptly.
ST. A. D. BALCOMBE,
OLDEST DRUG STORE IN
Opposite S. Garber d Co.
Drugs, Oils. Pat
AUo a choice variety of
Constantly on hand.
Pleate Give vs a call and satisfy your
selves that you can da no better in
JBT. F. JLntz,
TEE HIGHEST XA2SZ7 P2ICX ?AXD
c; case roi WHEAT.
J BTCBtTIftlXCI z Clieaa ; Good : 5yte
rt Katie. All persona who eoBteaplate
making coctracU with aew3pjpers for the in
sertion of advertisements hoald seed 29
cents to ?o P. Kowu. A Co, l Park Bow.
ew ifork. for their PA MPU LETT-80 UK
(niaefy-ncmli edition, coa'aiaing lists or
orer SOuO newspapers aad estimate, showing
the coat. Adreituctaeata ukeafor ledjng
papers in many States at a traicadoas re
dactioa from pahlishns rata. Grr tsk root
AKCHISALBf nX. HIXXBAB.
V07A17 FUKJC, HAL. XSTA7Z.
A3EXT, JJP Aucaomi. -
All baaimM tried? mtttkiU im4 all
corrependesev x ptly a wtrsjsl. Siiris
uu aasl stai
A Fafer fcr tie Staple, a Trft&i cf the
FaTstr asi kiistr.il ClAsses.
"PERRY'S VICTORY !"
! ! Every aa RaftArrllttr.
This picture repr-senU Com. OlWcr H.
Perry in the vt of pastng frotaoae hip to
another in smsl! open boat, during theneat
ot the batile. etptMrd to the nre of the eBttuy.
It Jteararc: 15 tj 22 1-2 laihcs.
Is arti'tlcally finished in thirteen colors and
is nndoubtedlo the root dUlle chromo cr
er otfere a. a premium. Stng'e copirs of it
set! attOd. Mcbarrata great outlay ie
core I the exclusive ciintrol and sale of it.
and therefore are enabled to present it to our
patrons ax abore.
The KNQUIHKK still stands pre eminent
a a flrst-cla's Newp.pr. Its rarious de
partmentj allotted t.
And Se&srrl Kew:.
All rive eridencenf the care and naico taken
to supply its reader with nMmnr and
and a variety of reading that can uot fail to
intcretesch and erery member of the home
hold. Suhscribh ihroujli our ascnts or end
direct to us.
We deire an agent at every Post Ofiice.
and w here none are j et apnuiutcil. let some
ol our frienas -pply for tho aguuey.
FARAN & McLEAN, Pub's,
D. W. DALTON, - - - Prop.
This h.ill h u lately been fitted up with ta
bles of the best manufacture.
Choice Wines. Liquors aud Cigars at the bar
G. D. PKOCTOR. - Propuietob,
TheTrnvelinc Public Will find this Hotel Jo
be first cIum in every rcpect.
sCiirriajce runs daily to Belvicere. the
cr.arcst Station on the bt. Juo A' ). C. it. K
VHy Meat Market.
MARK H. WARNER,
Has jut oponcd a Meat Market on
Webster Street, next door south o!
Park's Shoe Slip flierc he will keep
mid bell fresh meats of all kin J.
HIGHEST MUKCTPKICK PAID
FOIl IiEEfc' C TTLr5. HOGS,
J ND HIDES.
Red Cloud. - - - - Neb.
T. R. LEE
Hastings, - - - Nebraska.
Thi c-tahlMiment ha ut hcen futed up
in cool sMe. and i- just the pluco to enjoy
a jnn of ltilH.inls.
'1 he best supplies at the bar. 49-6tn
Ln'o Cashier lit Nat Hank. ClarinJa, Iowa.l
HASTINGS, - - - NEBRASKA.
Exclianpe bought and gold on all
cities of the United States aud Europe.
COUNTY ND SCHOOL BONDS
Bought and Sold.
Reference by Permission :
B. F. Allk.x. President Cook Co. National
X. B.-Miimc President First National Dank,
.1 ihv Kekrsbam. Cashier Pacific National
Bank. Council Ulufls, Iowa.
C. C CasrxMTKi. Gorerr.or State of Towa.
C. LiSDBRJSAJf, Clerk Superior Court. Iowa.
c n jo.es,
.Watchmaker & Jeweller,
3SD CLOTO, WSSSTSS COTOTT, 1IZ3.
5SJParticalar attention grren to Re
pairing Fine Watches and
- - r i ii
I. W. TULLEYS,
U. S. PENSION SURGEON.
Office 3d door Soutl of Court iTooje.
Sseiissec 0s Id Sist cf Sci CIcxl
T. T. WEf5, rropricr.
Regoiar trips will be radc betwee
JUNIATA and RED CLOUD,
I srttll te pkajed to'catrry pt?Bfcr
apoe tke days) aeatiofte.i, leaf Irs; Re '
Cload at 6 A. ac on JlomJajs, Wedae
davsasd Fridays. Lcaviajr Jasiata
at 6 a. x.t OwT To-dajs TanrBja
' Fare reaaoaabk".
" . gaMaimaass -. "'-,
! I THE IZZ-IZ-. r,-
J. G. POTTER
Takes this method to Inform the Public that he has Just
opensd up a new and complete Stock of
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES,
CALICOES. DARK, M&SJ'JhivN'q
CHAMBURS, DKLAINFX LAW VS.
bSaCIIKD AND UNllLEAUilBD
TABLE IJKENS. &TOWKUMJ.
PANTS, OVER-ALLS A SHIRTING,
BOOTS A HIIOES, II ATS A CAPS
COFFEE, SUGARS & TEAS tf all Kinds,
Canned Fruits, Oysters and Crackers,
FLOUR MEAL & BACON-
And everything usually kept in a First Class Dry Goods & Grocery Store.
-T. Ga Potter,
Red Cloud. Nebraska.
THE CHICAGO LUMBER YARD !
Keeps constantly on hand tho largest toik of Dry Pine Lumber in the
KL.HVDS, MOlTE.iiVClS, X.I7SI:.
and all Linda of
BVILDIXO JI A T I: It JT AL
Our stock is well selected and purchased direct from tho raft?, and will be
sold as low as the lowest.
NEW HARDWARE STORE !
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
MITCHELL & MORILUrp
Have opened a new store and have just received a full andcotaplote'slocJcof
HARDWARE,. Cutlery, .Carpenter and
COAL and WOOD STOVES. We havo also a Tin Shop connected
with our Store. We manufacture Tin, Copper k Sheet Iron Ware.
Our Slock xt LARGE aud well assorted, and wc will deal m low as any
house west of Lincoln.
Call and See Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
Opposite the Lumber Vard.
W. L. VANALSTYNE
PINE UMBE LATH,
Lime, Tarred Paper Etc-
ni ocry Article jraal!y kept in a First Cla Lumber Yard.
I GUARANTEE TO DUPLICATE ANY BILL THAT CAN BE GO!
AT JUNIATA OR HASTINGS.
J. D. POST, Prtfrittstv
Vsvnc ttli 49 u law SuiU it
ataJLtiisM twfWima roam a4M4fcr
Lires7risr tc brtsotism.
Qemthtmg in ptrt of
and Smoking Tobaccts
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