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Office 2G 4 27 Foirtunth Slr??t, *
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PODl!?.t?M AKI> riorBHtTORi.
TIltltMtttY, JAM. 1. I*?77. J
The frlsls ut ioiiNtiiuilui>!>le.
Tliin, according to yiMtenhiy'd telegraph W1
ic rejK>r(?, will )k? a day of dccii?ion in the i'
Imtory of Turtoy. The Sultan, through J
his rogmentativen, in expccted to day to u
inform thu Conference whethor ho will ti
comply with the demands of that body, hi
If he refusea, as i?cc?ih probable, wnr l'
inevitable. And in (ho conl'.ict it in ?
almdit certain that Turkey will be left f,
to contend alone with Jtunaia and with C
the rebellion* province*. It in too noon
to Hjieak confidently f.s to the i^uc of o
the Htn.^gle, if it corner, liut there i.1 a a
widespread conviction that in aouie manner
it will be the beginning of the end, ?
if not the completo termination of the ?
TurkiHh power in Europe. a
It in now nearlv four centurion ami u '
quarter hiucc Constantinople fell into the "
hands of the Ottoman*. On the 29th of ?
May, 1453, that city, which had been the a
Eaatern Capital of the Itoman Empire (*
for a thousand yearn, was taken by aw- Q
nault; and the Mohammedan conqueror n
rode to the church of 81. Sophia, and af- p
ter mounting the high altar,after the Mos- Hl
lem fashion returned thanks lo Mod for t|
the success which had crowned hi* aruu. k
Hut for the past two hundred and fifty n
yeara the government which was thus ch- *
tahlirthed on the European aide of the t|
liosphorus has been thought to bo in a ||
declining condition. Tho familiar title of a
"the ?ick man" in at lea*t that eld. In 0
1022 Kir Tin mi an Hoe, the British Ambns- t|
nador, wrote concerning Turkey, "It bus d
Itecotue, like an old body, crn/.ed through
many vice*, which remain when the youth
and strength are decayed." During thin .
long (icriod the condition of this nation- j'
al invalid ban been a subject of constant w
annoyance and anxiety to all Europe, and a
has bfcen a chronic cause of war. p
But it is no longer proper to speak of tl
Turkey as "the nick man." Li reality jl
he ha* long ago died. Asfloraoono has ^
well ??iJ, the trouble is that beirtg long ^
since dead, "like the dead King who in g>
the old readers, uaed to frighten and yet ['
fascinate us, he is pointed and bolstered jj
up by his cowardly attendant# to deceive j
the people, and defer for a while the has- a
ardoua question of .a successor.", But ri
this is a game which can lie successfully ?
played only for a Heauun. Decay goes on j
until burial becomes a necessity. It is ei
? perfectly plain from recent occurrences 11
mai uio wnoie Turkish empire is rotten. j(
Whether viewed in its material, politi- ti
cal, or moral aspects, it ia without any w
true life, The whole public ia calling sl
for Hpeedy burial.
llut, just here, however, arise dillicul- ij
ties of the most serious character. What ii
nhall bo done with the territory. If its *!
present rulers arc driven back to Asia, c|
what division shall be made oi this inher- o
itance which they leave behind theiu ? p
Even if the matter were wholly commit- l|
ted to the Great Powers, they would not ^
1)0 likely to agree on such a subject. ConHtantinople
is a prize which any Eur op- b
can nation might well covet. Lut the
matter is not wholly left to them. The ^
people who now constitute the Turkish (j(
Kmpiro must in some manner be heard tj
in regard to its fate. Of them there are v
from thirty-five to forty millions, of whom C;
from sixteen toeighteen millions reside in }?
Europe and the remainder in Am and |j
Africa. More than half of the popula- ^
lion o! the empire at large ia ??Iohamedan, \
and will no doubt fight so long is there 1>
ia a tdiadow of life, in order to save their p'
hold upon European territory. No mat- n
ter if they are poorly prepared to com- 0
pete with the military forces of more r<
highly civilized nations. They arc not
without Home preparation. In any case ^
it will bo a serious business to drive
them back to the shores of Ania, And w
even if this is dene other troubles will "I
then be likely to commence. The Afri- a
can and Asiatic parts of the Turkish cm- r<
pire probably would then also go to tl
pieces, and the Turks in their new rola- j'
lions may become almost as troublesome H,
to Kussia and to England and her East- b
ern possession as they were when at Constantinople.
No wonder that statesmen
are in perplexity.
rr ?i.? .1-.. .1? i
I HIV juaiHi iwuav wucn iCJUl'f IVJ | .
comply with llie demand) of the Confer-1 ^
ence, it looks as if events must l?e left to'
take their course, but whither they will w
lead no man can foresee. Jt in possible, le
before n settlement i* reached which 1,1
shall give permanent peace, not only that
Russia ami Turkey may engage in war, 0|
but alio- that the three great continent.", w
of Europe, Asia and Africa may l>e 1,1
shaken from shore to shore by the throes ^
of the conflict. The whole civilized w
world will be a profoundly interested A
spectator. ^
E.iTUVU AND "1
w
AndNomo ?I the AcccNMorit'.s tn
Thereto. pi
Civilization and hunger are incotnpa- j||
tible. All the virtues and graces of hu- j.j
manity?certainly of male humanity?
tly before an empty stomach. It may be gt
possible for a man to be hungry and am- cc
iable at the same time, but it is not safe tM
for any wife to presume upon so unlikely IV
an occurrence habitually. Ignorance of ^
this physiological truth lias been the ruin
of many an otherwise, happy household.
And we may pet it down from both ob- ft
serrations and experience?premising es"
that our experience in thin respect has Cg
been exceptionally happy?that prepran- an
dial discretion is the severest teat of a th
good wife. Just before dinner i.i the tlt:
worst possible time to bother a husband
with uuestiona or complaints, or even .
. with efforts to I* aegrcseirely agreeable..
Then'is the time above all ethers when "l
Social silenco should grace the home, and to
' make it seem to the tired man the moat U|
delightful and restful place on enrth. be
Hall tn iiour of quiet just then ia the cc
best possible preparation for the social
enjoyment of the coming meal, for then
the nervous tension and mental strain of fl.a
business care aud anxiety can be gradually
relaxed, and the entire system c?
brought into conditions for enjoying food re
and the amenities of social life. * Yet how l)!
frequently docs the wifo choose that par- ,lc
ticular time to speak of her own trials J"
and troubles, the misconduct of servants
or children, the petty requirements of of
the household, or other things trivial or m
disagreeable, and then marvel that her
hvsbands temper is not so sweet as it
ought to be! The offense i-i worse even
than introduction of such topics at mealtime.?Scientific
Ammican. jc
Tht Value of Condiment*.?It is not ro
enough that food should contain aliment- ce
ry principles In proper quantity; to
jnder it really nutritious there munt
Iao he a ?upply of condiments. These
ave been compared to oil in a machine,
hich neither makes good the waste of
mterial nor supplies motive p6wer,yet
Mtses it to work letter; they* render es mini
Kflrvi^ In the processes of notrlon,
though they are not of themselves
!>le to prevent the waste of any pari of
?e body. "A dietary deprived of condiients,
u mere mixture of alimentary
rinciple* without taste or smell, in tiniiaurahlc,
and causes uausca and vomitlg.
it in not until condiment* are aded
to aliment that it really become* food.
Ondiuicnts have an impurtaht inllucnec
pon the process of digestion and nutriion.
The mere night or thought of a
ivory dull "makes the mouth water,"?
nit ifl,U makes the salivary glands pour
ut their secrction copiously, which is an
mportant stage in digestion, especially
r certain articles of food.?Journal 0/
'hi. mUtry,
Qrajtct n? Fowl?We havs on former
ccosions referred to the value of fruit*
h article* of diet, both in health Hnd in
ickness. lirapes may deservedly claim
high rank among the fruits in this repect.
They contain a considerable
mount of hydro-carbonaceoua matter,
ugether with potassium salts?a eombiation
which does not tend to irritate,
lit, on the contrary, to soothe the stom('h,
and which is consequently used with
dvantage even iu dyspepsia, According
3 Dr. liaruon, of Cannes, in l'rance,
rho has receutly contributed an article
n the subject to a foreign medical joural,
the organic acids in the grape, es?
ccially tartaric acid, deserve more conideratiou
than they have generally reeived.
Their nutritive value has, he
liinks, been much underrated, it is
iiowii tlmt they are changed to carbonic
cid in the blood, and possibly careful reparch
uiav show that they are converti*
le into fat.'. Dr. Hartsen thinks that
hey should be ranked with the carboydrate*
as food. They have been found
"valuable diet in fever, and the success
f the ''grape-cures" in the Tyrol and
ther parts of Kurope appears to show
liat they arc positively beneficial in other
iseases.?Journal of Cheinitlry.
The Stomach and i/n Wwkinyit.?The
'aris doctors have a rare opportunity,
ist now, to observe the workings of the
uman stomach, in the caso of a boy,
'hose gullet becoming constricted by the
ccidental swallowing of a dose of caustic
otash, a hole was cut into hid stomach
lirough which to feed him. Prom a aimar
cine, years ago, much that we now
now of the operations of tha stomach
ua lei.rncd. Thus was it found out that
e take usually about four hours to diest
a dinr.*r; end it was a!a4 discovered
iat different kind.? of food vary much
i their digestibility?notable, for examlo,
that fats and oil take a long time to
igest when introduced into the stomach
lone, but are much more speedily got
id of by that organ if eaten with*salad
r vegetable matters. Mental exertions
ure and simple did not seem to retard
igestion so much as had been conjectur1.
Yet when associated with deep emoons,
or with that fretfulness of
iind we call "worry," it appoared to
ave a baneful influence. As for the
ercer passions, an outbreak of them
'ould sometimes suffice to prevent the
:omach even when most vigorous from
iBcharging its functions.^ Another mysirious
phenomenon noticed in connecon
with digestion was the sympathetic
illuence exercised by the stomach over
:ie secretion of the mouth. This secreon,
as is well known, has an important
liemicul action on ccrtain constituents
f food, changing by a sort of fermenting
roccw sturchv matters, for instance, in>
sugar. In short, the different parts of
le digestive apparatus are so linked toother
by nervous connections that they
sympathize" with each other, and if one
e stimulated the re?t are also excited.
Eating rt. Drinking.?If you would keep
om drinkingso great a quantity of arent
spirts, eat, eat more. Eat nutrious
food. Eat something whenever
ou take a drink. The drunk, in all
ises, comes from the Rtoniach full of
hisky and no food. There is a simple
??fon yet to be learned by many, and
iat in, they do not eat enough of blood,
one, nerve and tissue-making food,
'ou may half starve to death on salt i'nh,
otatoes, cabbage, turnips, fried liver,
ewed kidneys, und n score of other dishes
hich please the taute, but add little or
othing to the body force. Eggs, the best
[steak, mutton and bread are what one
quires for strength. It is this unoon:ious,
half-starved condition which
lilies so much of the craving for n temorary
increase c t strength) and that i??
uickest gained through a glass of
hL-ky. That gives, for a fow moments,
pasmodic impulse to llie wheels of life,
ending them whiaing and spinning
round for a few moment*; then cornea
laction, ami tlioy turn more sluggishly
mn ever. The best spirits in the world
uide in good hlood, the wont in bad.
L is that which sends false imaginings,
mpicions and despondencies to the
rain.
A School of Cookery in Xetr York.?
'own-stairs, in an. ordinary kitchon, 1
ml a group of Indies in street costume
tting around a common kitchen table,
t one end stood a pleasant-looking
<ing man in a cap, juckot, apron and
riatnanda of the whitest linen. The
sson for the day had already comlenced,
and savory odors, as well ad the
lucepans and bowls in which wero a
uriety of ingredients in different stages
i combination, testified that the work
as really going on. Tho chef, while
sing knives and spoons with a marvelus
f deftness, was giving clear and exlicit
explanations^ which the ladies
ere taking down with pencil and paper.
fowl was dressed, eggs were beaten.
,t was heated, and a fish was fried, and
it a spot nor a spatter touched tho
iivii vi nit jutiwi, mi, nor even mo
ristbands. There was no "muss" on
bio or lloor, aud everything about the
lace and tho person wan appeiizingly
;*t. It would be well If every house?eper
could bo present at one such
tchen meeting to seo how cooking can I
! done tidily, and it would be worth a
eat many more dollars to us than the j
?urne of cooking lessons costs if sending [
sr cooks there would inspire in them
ty appreciation of the positively doubtful
way in which a kitchen uiigbt be
aliased.?Christian Union.
Comparative Dirtctic Value of Meal anil
W*.?-A writer in the Scicnlijic Farmer
timates the food-Ynlue of one pound of
gs as a producer of force i. e., the
nount of work the pound oxidized in
e body is theoretically capable of proicing,
at 16S4 foot-tons,and tho value of
0 round of loan beef,from. the same point
view, at 990 foot-tons. Ah a tlesh-proicer,
one pound of eggs Is about equal
ono pound of beef. The author hereion
lcmarks as follows: "A hen may
1 calculated to consume one bushel of
irn yearly, and to lay 12 dozen or IS
mnds of; eggs. This is equivalent to
ying that !U pounds of corn will proice,
when fed to this hen, one pound oi
:gs. A pound of pork, on the contrary,
quires about 5} pounds of corn for its
oduction. When eggs are 24 cents a
tten, and pork is 10 cents a pound, we
lvo the bushel of corn feed producing
! S3 worth of eggs, and but $1 05 worth
pork. Judging froui these facts,eggs
lift be economical in their production
id in their eating, and especially tilted
r the laboring man in replacing moat."
Five specimens of ground eotTee,chemally
examined by (J. H. Eddy, of Michan
University, were found to beadulteted
to the extent of from 22 to 39 per
nt with chiccory. One package, labeltd
"Pure Mocha and Java," contained i!:i a
per cent; Ml'ure Bio," i!5 per coal; "Pure
Java;" 22per cent; "Koyal Javi,V 31 per Ql
cent; "Warranted pure Government M,,
Java," 3D per cent. Besides ihiccory, cat.
then prepared oofleca consisted chielly of tad
peas, oat*, ataroh, carrots, etc. In three if*,
oi the Gveapecimen* no caffeine could be n
discovers*
Coloring poisons have been ireely UNd Aw
in making winea abroad, ar.d in a short n
time a remarkable case will be brought X
before the covirt in France, an ex-mini*- ^
ter haying brought an action against hiu uM
wine merchant, wno nearly poisoned him wo<
and Ilia wife.
- II be
The Willow Vntt .*olt*a Ntory. JJJ
I New York Bun.] ?
Tho Widow Van C'ott, entertained hcc ...S
hewers in the Went Thirteenth Street A
Methodist meeting-houn last evening by Sit
telling them the following story: She
wsf announced to conduct a aeries of re- de*
vival meetings in one of the citiea in the
interior of the Empire State. A young *
man who wan at the club with a party of
jovial fellows flaid: "Widow Van C'ott in
coming to town,'and I am going to at* q
tend her meetings." One of laa comradea
responded: "If you go to hear the widow 4
I'll bet $5 that she will convert voti ,ftU
and make a Christian of you." The ?
young man clinched the wager.
Then another comrade wagered $5 with
the young man, and the example waa fol- Li
lowed until every member of the com- J-J
pany had deposited $5 against a corres- A
poniling amount with the stakeholder. tux
The poola were made on tho condition ron|
that the youug man should attend the
meeting every evening aa long as Mrs. Van -J!
Got! waa in town. "The young man went to Q'i
the meeting." said the widow, "and God O
touched his heart, lie would have gone Tj
to the altar, but he didn't want to lone 0f j
hia money, lie told me that after I had perl
gone away he would embrace religion and r?ut
write and let iuo know the fact. I said
to him, "You will not do aa you think _Ja
you will. You mu?t come to* the altar
now or never." Mrs. Van Colt closed her ^
meetings in the place and went away. dc
She did not get the promised letter; but
she waa told that the young man, after
winning hia wagers, became more wicked
than ever. He had won a few paltry Qe
dollar*, but lost his soul.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
ii
Specialties for Families.
Coxn'i and Meuon s IttAned OrlaUoes, A
Choice .Sherry and Msderls Wines. '
Corn Starch, superior grade,
Tapioca, tott line and white, i(
Pearl Bsjo, for pud.II nj;;, _L
Cdifale'j (aehmcrt Boquet8o?p. 4
Colgate's Honey and Bow Uoaps, Z\
Btitlue'iBarberand Bath .Soar.*.
Tallman'a Fine Perfum< a, '
Fajlna's Co'- -jnci, ? ri
tt^Hah Nail ac-J Tooth Brushes,
BuCXlo Hair Fnj'hea,
Lubber Prosing Com', a.
Fronch iialr Olla auJ Pomada,
Handkorchlcf Extract!*, jn
And all other Druggist'a Sundries at ?
UU8HLIN BROTHERS A CO*. A
d? 22 iV
..II >v
? pad
ANNOUNCEMENTS. Ji
QITY CLERK.
Mr.imv Editors- Please announce F. A.BHliT.
Kii|., aa i candidate fur re-election to the office of
Ctty Clerk at the coming charter Is lection, and on
oblige hi* 1
j.t:i MANY FRIENDS.
gTKEET COMMISSIONER. _!u
EnxTOKalxTitMoKKcuc?ricawannouDceihat T ]
I will In it candidate fur the office of Street Coin- \J
misdonlr at the enttilugMunicipal Election. s
d?27 , ANDKEWH. BKITT. *
QllY feKWiEANT. 5br
Micm Editors -Please announco tho undernlgnrd
ns a candidate tor the office of City Sergeant.
subject lo the decision of tlic Republican
City Couveutlon, should one lo held. df
de v p. NEsmrr. ?
rilTV DESUEiKT. C
Mttfllt*. Editors?PIcbk announce that I will I
ln?n Candida tu lor the cilice of City Person nt ul r
the routing Municipal Election, and oblige , J'
a<2 ? FEED. HUSEMEN. <>? C
Q,rv CLERK. j
Mnssit*. Editors?Please announce FRANK
JOtJNhON uh n candidate for tho office of City VT
C!nk nt the ensuing Charter Elect ion. nrd obligu 1\
_de2l MANY FRlliNDS y
ClTllEliT co.MMI-MuNEK. day
D exli
M k*hj?. Editor*?Please announce the name of i;
HOHKltT J UN KINS, roiieeuian, an a candidate _?n
f?ir tho office of Street Commissioner at tho coining ' .
l barter Election, mid oblige' ?
do?l* MANY YiV| ER8.
QltY SEUliEAST - J-J
I.'ditoot IWTBU.ioKXcra ? At the f anient to- Tl
licitatluu of luauy friends, 1 kxg icavo to announce h I
that I will 1* a candidate for City Scrgiant nt the LL
coming January election. dell*
hTACK HAM ILTON.
QTREET COMMISSIONER- VJ,
O I announce myielf aa & candidate for the otfiee
of titrcot t'ouimlaai'oucr, aubject to thn decitlun of
the City Democratic Nominating Convention. .
delfi RQBF.KT CRAWKOHD. Ant
^JiTY 8ERUEANT.
Messrs. Editors?Please announce the name of
STL'uui'V hiut cv .. - ii-i-.-/? >.?m?
ol cily Sergeant nt tto romlug Charter Election, HE
andnMlgn d
drift* MANY VOTERS.
^NNODNCKJLEHT-UTY SKBQEAHT. Q.
At tlio request ol many friends, I hereby announcv
ntyrtlf as a candidate for the ofllceot Cily Hlf
Sergiant, at the ensuing Charter Election.
delt* BOOT. CO^AN.
QITY SERGEANT.
Miwsits. Editors.?i announce myielf a* a candidate
for the office of City Sergeant at the coming fV
Charter Election, atibject to the deeUIon of the O
ballot bo*.
del CALEB SYLVI".
QITY SERGEANT.
Mkssrs Enrroiw?Announce the underlined ai . .
a eindldato for CUt Hergrant at the ensuing Char- y n
ter Election, and otillgo **
no26 THQ3. McCOEM ICR. W||J
QTKKET COMMJSSIONER-Mimks. Eimtohs: JJPj
O Announce the uadersliflied an a candliUte lor L,.?'
the uillce of Street Comraluloner.
WM. M. MORUAN, uctl
no22 No. 112 Main .St. J(
no
ALLCOCK'S ^
POROUS PLASTERS, sn
?4TA?k Uf ALLCOCKY, and attain th^m. and
to at?M mlimbU IMITATIONS. AT
B. BRANDRETH, Pres't,
ni4-tlaw Office. 294 Canal SI., New York.
- * Gold
COMMERCIAL
Job Pink. jj
_ ii
anj?|
In the>xecullon of
Artistic Job Printing Fre
There is no office in West Virginia thnt has
a rcpulattou equal to that of the i am
lowt
INTELLIGENCER OFFICE.
2251
an
Their facilities for tho ezccutiou of the rjj
best class of work are not excelled by any X
estahtiahment. ^ i
CHECKS, SHOW CARDS.
Business men will find the best place to dc
cot their PRINTED BUSINESS STATION- ?
ERY in tirst-elaas style, and at reasonable [F
priccN, is at the 1INTELLIGENCER
JOB OFPICE, LE
!!. > & 27 Fourteenth, Street,
^|U3TC FOLIOS- IN
BEAUTIFUL AND CHEAP,
FOE HIE HOLIDAYS.
W. S. HUTCHINS' MUSIC & ART,STORE. JJ,
Jtlt au
IEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
U'EBINTKNOKNT WATKBWOHKS.
? * anoounrr JOHN W. CITMMtHGB asi
UJaU f.?r re-dectlon to lb* offlco of tfupertn<
leut of Water Worm, ?uh]ect to the dcoUlon ol
I)eu?omtlM\mTiuUon. Jai*
WIDMCB FOlt HUNT11
Sotenteenth St., am Zme Street Chnrcb,
id ruouii; totb room, with hot mid told water,
?ly to (Jal) UBKKBALAIMO.
AliXNEBSHIP NOTICE.
a January 1,1877,1 a*nodat?l with rayw If 1c
wholesale Grocery aud Produtu builoeaa, Mr,
rg? Beck of tbU city. The builnws will U
lucted ai heretofore at tbo old itand, cornet
ket and Eleventh atroeta, under tbo name o(
3. Etfcrter A Co. Thanking tbo public fur tht-lj
ral |?tronage bestowed on ni? In tbo put. 1
ild Mk for tbo new firm a continuance nf tbi
e. Qal) A. f. KUEETKR.
IILVER WARE.
n excellent aasortment of HollJ Mirer and Mil
1'latcd Ware, auch ai Tea Ueta, Cake Ueakota,
ler Dliher, Oaatew, Spoons, Fork*, Knives, Ae,
\hs found at 11US Matn street, headquarters foi
er Ware, Watches, Clock-*, Jewelry, B|*ot?
. Oold l*un?, Ac.
**Hepalrtng neatly and promptly executed
work warranted.
4 OXTOBY a DOFFIKLP.
OR RENT?
ho Store Know No. 1321 Market street
r occupied by Mr. F. Fallotirc m a He*
rant. PoiHea<iion April lat.
^pply to
a J. W. PAXToN.
XCHANGE HANK.
l dividend of live per cent, free oi ai!
cs, hut been declared, payable on tie
ad,
i4 .IQUN J. J ON EM, Cashier,
rocic 11OLDKfiS' M KETJNO.
tie annual meeting of tbo Stockholder* of tb?
acllug Uyuiuastlc Auoclatlon, for tbo election
Mrfclntk and tucb other bualneaa aa may |irt*
y rurne before the meeting, will if held at th<
a of the Aaeoclatlon, In tbla city, on Mondat
ling, January 8, 1877, at 7.30. A full altaidp
lit leaiwctfuUy rniurated
t W. O. WILKINSON, Src'y.
UK
ST GOODS AT LOW PRICES
If you wi?h to buy n
corated Toa Set,
Dinner Set, or
Chtmber Set,
i Hold itand China or Porcelain Ware,
go to
W. PAULL & BRO'8,
1142 MAIN STREET.
>4
WORD TO COLLECTORS.
Vc bare in stock an excellent enrolment oi
.1 HOLDERS,
INDEX MEMORANDA,
RUBBER BANDS, Ac., Ax.
9IANIUN 4 DAVENPORT-44 TwtlllhS!
1
FPLEtS WANTED.
0 will liujr 1,000 Barrels of RCod Apple*, veil
uil. Cull ami a?e mat No. 1410 Malu rt.
1 PABKEli BltOS.
URS ALTERED,
Rh'l'A I REV ASP CLEANED, at ihf
>ve, 61hpkndeh a 8iioui.dkr brace
HXNUFACTOKY.
:i" 1612 Makkkt Struct. Mow P(wtolHce.
NDF.RTAKINO.
UotlliiN nuci C'HNkolN,
All kimla and si/en.
uiiil?, Craps, Gloves, Ar. Call* an?w? n.1 al all
hours l'roui the store.
WM. ZINK & SON,
2sit.rih End Centre Wheeling Market.
to
HEAP PICTURES FOR
lolidaj Presents.
arge lot ready framed for sale at reed
prices at the
mit STORE, No. 58 Twp.i.ptii Sr.
elO
E\V GOODS STILL COMING.
fe will be receiving new goods every
this week, which will he placed on
ihitinn as fust ns received.
Iveryhody invited to cnll nud sec our
e'/l fi DILLON.
OLIDAY OPENING.
EMIT HOLIDAY GOODS
AT LOW f'HH t'.N.
itches, Diamonds,
Camoos, Corals,
I the l?ie?t novelties In JEWELRY and
beautiful blLVEU and PLATED WAUE.
' ? *J*M> iutuico of the po|>ular FAIENCE
M AGOLlCA goods, which nave been carefully
ted and marked at low prices.
:nnegen. bates & co.,
13 11M MAIM BTBEKT.
RKAT DARGAIN8 IN
ising Out Christmas Goods.
J. l'HKDFX A CO.,
? 1130 Main Stmt.
TAR FOUNDRY.
BENJAMIN~ FISHER,
Manufacturer of the celebrated
illey Star Cook Stoves
?the low down Copper Hewer voir for extension
Alio a prat variety of utber Cook and H?tJtoves.
4 romplrtn assortment of Marbellr?d
i an I Iron Mantels, Marble, tilale and iron
ths constant!y on hand.
^B CASTING DONE TO ORDER.
I* ICUJ^n, 18:8, HHP A IBB Market St.,
>LID
LVER SPOONS & FORKS
I/iWEK rUICES THAN EVER BKFORB.
Also a large assortment of
and Silver Watches, Stone Cameo, Coral and
other Fine Jeweiry, Table War*. Clocks.
Bronze*, Spectacles, Ac.,
in ally reduced price*. Call an 1 eiaralne.
- I?. BROWN,
s 1207 MARKET 8TRITCT.
LBSIC BUTTER.
avlnir mnrte arrangements to receive n
>lvof
sh Butter, Eflfl* and Chiokens,
KVF.KY FRIDAY,
' now prepared to 611 *11 orders at the
st mnrket i?rlr*e.
J. W. BARTON,
and 225S Market St., old Mutual Store.
IB
JOTOO1UPHS
r> v < li o II o 1 i <1 a y m.
Ortler soon nt
' > niGQlNS' GALLERY.
YOn WANT
tter-heads printed,
CALL AT THE
TELLICENCER OFFICE
25 AND 27 FontTRKNTTT ST.
O. SUGAR.
Ilhda strictly l'tliau, Jul recti red and for
on b y
I LIST, DAVENPORT ATARKfl.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Special Bargains!
GEO. R. TAYLOR & CO
t
[
>
We will offer, until this notice it withdrawn,
r
EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS
[ V \ rti (
-INe(t'
ni J*oJ ortt li.nfi I?v?8
H 6! idAtft^A
Seasonable Dress Goods
.'uRiffiM vml iQimu
CLOAKS AND FURS.
Our Entire Stock of
DRESS GOODS AND SUITING
?
Has been placed on our
OHE-AJ?
COUISTTERS.
And marked regardless of cost or value in order to cIosb them 01
Cloaks Marked Down,
Furs Marked Down,
Bargains for Al
GEO. R. TAYLOR &c CO.
clt'30
0Y8TKRH, OYSTKl
OYSTERS: CHALLENGE I HMDIID'C CHALLENGE ?!
brand. LHHrAIn j brand q
I Y Away with tough ltoftt?ak it prlfc?" which no poor tnnu ran pny.
kMB 1 Down with exorbitant prollt* and price*. We propowto meet the haul ^
times face tu fare, and i>y aPllluK-LANFATU'ti dt'LLNDU) uis'f&Jti
I ' cheaper than the chcapMt to put meat on the table nf ?<rcry poor nun f&K
I a* well aa rlfh man In the city. FWJ
Corno to 1410 MAIN STREET,
OB TUt
^ Checkered Front, Mdrket St., Centre Wheeling, !P1
w And aee for yourselrea. No need for Lhepoor to gohnngry thli Winter
I If th?y cannot bur high prlcwl Beef, they CAN Ret cheap Ojrntern. Try
^Hi them and yon will buy tnein
SPECIAL INDUC EMENTS TO THE TRADE. fmt
O PARKER BROS.,
SvH WHOLESALE AGENTS. SyotII
OYSTERS, ?<i OYBTEl
BED IRON FRONT.
THE SILVER LAKE FLOUR HHIIRP
_ _ -W v a a a a w iLARGE8T
AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF
GROCERIES
IN THE CITY. ^INDUCEMENTS TO CASH AND PROMPT BlIYEKH
C. OOLEBAY Ac SONS,
noi No. 1112 and 1414 Main Street.
INSURANCE. PLUMBING. CA8FITTIN
mHOHPSON ft lUBBBRl),
PHI INSURANCE CO,,T ?
Plumbnrs, Gas & Steam Fitter
WUREIANQ, W. VA. ?? market HTIIECT.
V ' Dealers in all kinda ol Lead. Wrought ami 0
. . r1. - .. . Iron Pipes, Bower Pipe? ?nd Chimney Topi, Stu
Paid .Up Capital, $100,000 and Water OanKea, siphon Prnups, feafety Vfth
< B>lh Tul?, Sink., .10. Sola Agrala for til.
? SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHIN
Write.anlantc linw on DvfeUiDe', Farm ?port.r. ftoraMuntr, Lo.upU.SIIol. '
Property, first-class Mercantile and Mann- r '
factoring risk, and on Cargo risks on West- dell WHEELINO, w. V A
era raters. "
rpRIM-BLE & HORN BROOK,
DIRECTORS
wm. Bailey, Tho.. Haghe?, Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitter
Alonto Loring, Dr. W. J. Bates,
A. M. Adsms, 8. P. Hildreth, D*'*" In Lead, Iron, Galvanised, Statin, Wa
Jas. F. Barnes. Henrr B. Miller. sadl?rsln Pipes. Keep wnitantly onLaml a !
jas. r. DUiTiCT, nenir d. miuct, BrMi 0<VX,S| Htftw W||t(ir (J
Henry Be imulbach. Pumra and Uma FixturML
WM. BAILEY, Preat. J. V. L. RODGKR8, Bec'y. 1U
Ja27 LE^18 BAILEY, Ouhler. sor.i Asm* w* wm vntflnru ros
COLMAM'S CELEBRATED 8AS MACHIN
HOLIDAY GOODS. ?*> FOR C1RCULAX
M18 MARKET SIMCT, WHEELIM, WEST ??
1,000 Lta. M, 6b.ll Alaa*. Pnm.rt.tlea.te 0,.? toonl.r, hom tiUn
1,00?) LI*.New French Waluuti .
1,000 Lbs. NewBmll Null.
i:% &To Iron Mill, and Engine Builder
no Boxea Messina Oranges. _ , ,, .
5 Barrel. M.Im. Gut??. ^!Si.ifn to ?nr PLBMBINO ,n<l Q,
23 Boxe* extra floe I. L. Ralilni FITTINO raUblinhiiieut, n new and complete
.Tuit received by
,, BR ASS FOUNDRY,
TsT c* p< T?T TT T
" 1 and are now prertred to make aU kinds of \
deitt 181V MARKET STREET. and Engine Brum Caatlnga at ahort notlrasnd
111 1 the very beet quality,
HOLIDAY PRESENTS. TEIUBLE A HOBNBKOOK,
BLACK WALNUT Wo^Klg Market street
CROOKS. rjOLlDAY PKFSENTS:
LOUIS DECHERT'S, H.
,. Family Bibles, Stereoscopes and View*. Baokwi
Ci END 23c to O. P. ROWELL A CO., Mew York, {J??H Jj ?',?*^LW 1377,
p lor Pamphlet of 100 papa, containing liala ol ^ ,laa Fle** ^ *?
9000 newajapen, and estimates showing cost of ad- C. H. QO^.dYa'?No. 1414 KLutil St.
milling. del? de22
CENERAL NOTICES.
riiVx noticr
1 I
All i-ciaons vthu likvf not paid their BT.ATK >
. r.ii'l OUUtfli* 11X will pleaw (alllithe3htnfTi
UflUe, llUChniduc. tr.rt, and i.uft ptijawnt.
Hit* collection of Hie Kcvtuuea cannot t* ddaiftil.
Jti' t?E(). II. T1NULE, B. O. U_
QOMMKKCIAL DANK.
Thonc?li?rannu.il mrctlngof the Stockholders
I of tbo IVinuicriUl Bank joe the tlectlotiof l lrrc*
toia rill 1* bold at lbi?B#nkouTu?d.iy, January
'Jilt, is;;, Uuuu the lutUM bl 9 A. u. uud 12it. ,
a a. P. lllLDi:ETli(C;ish!?r. I
_ Wiikki fKO. J?nu ty 1 .^77; Jul
JQIVIDKNP.
'lliu Directors oC the Commercial Bauk I
havo tiiia Jny declared a dividend, i>ay.'tbl?
to^stoekholdcrJi on demand. '
H. I*. HILDHETH, Caalitcr.
WiriKtiKO, Janoary 1,1877. J?8_
jjwsoiiUTio^ of COFHSKHMP |
I | Tbo firm of Yauco A. Adanu was tUia- day dir.*
I aolml by mulual couse;it. Either pirtner will
II uoft Hit flnu name In aMtkmtml.
J. N. VAN< fc.
i.Limtii: Ai'AMs.
WirKEmn, January 1,1877. "
Tbo undri?j|nf<l bare Ibis day lotuir.l a Co?
partnership under the Ann nainoof Vance, lfugbc.1
A Co., for tho i-iiqKxeof conducting the wbolf^alo
Bout and bboo hutlnftH. J. N. VANCK.
\Y. E. 111; (11! KS. i
A. (1. W'lNCHr.R. (
I _WlllCMJMi, Jmilliirf 1, lH7.\ joA (
II ^J0TrCR'(>K COPARTNRttWJIP. 1
'I ho nuderftiKucd hnvc ibis day entered
into n Copartnership nndcr the firm name ]
of Lewi* Hull & ?'o., No. OS Fifteenth St.,
dealers in Freab MeaU, Veritable*, ?ottl*
trv, I''/our, and Vcuducv of nil kinds.
we rmpermtuv sourim niinrn ui punnr patronage.
Hood* delivered free to tiny '
part of the city. LEWIS 111)1.L, Nh. C
LEWIS IIuLI, Jit.
WM. H. HTKLLK.
AiS person* knovritifj tlieimolve* indebtoil
to Lt'\vi.s Hull will plcnao come forward
and Nettle.
WUKKI.iy>(i. .Inn. 1, 1877. [**? flWi'cI
Healed ?l. for the ri-hblhlln? of "lWh- Slnglon
Hull" will I* rewind by the Secretary, at
llifolliu-ut llo l'raiikllu Iiwuranoo Gompiny, uj?
to r. o'clock i'. m. January i'.'. la"7.
linn* ami h|h citirnt I< ii? may ho ?vti at theottl'-e
of (l.r. Kmil.ic, Architect, on anil ?(i?tJanuary
1,1873. I
Hid* will Im receWod fur theeutlre w??rk.and f?r
the w vet a I i?-p.irute part*)hereof. The lltard rtwrvothn
right to nject any or all Mil".
Uy order of the boaid.
>1,3*1 J. H. WILMAMS, Poc'y.
jyVIDEND NOTICE.
Office or Whkruno j. Hki most BrjdokCo., I
Wiikkuno, W. \a., Jan. 1,1377. J p
The Botnl (f Managers of Ibia Company have
declared n dividend of four (4) percentou the Cap- v
iul Slock of the Company, out of the earnings for
the ]o?t six taouth!, payable on Jcmml on or
after the 8th titty of Jauuary, 1877, to the Slockholders
or other bgal rcprcscutatlua holding etock ?
at the clone of the Cist day of December, JS7J.
jnl JOS. LAWSON, Secretary.
J J
IgLKOTION NOTIi'l-. J
'i'ho annual meeting ot tho Stockholders of the j!
/Etuu Hre urnl Maiiue luiiuraue Uuupany of
IX. Wheeling, fur the election of Director*, will !<_ *
held at tlio otRn'of the Company ou MONDAY, w
January 8th, Id.7, between the hour* of 1U A. u. fi
and 1 f. h. ,,
dtf'J niCltARf) SAVA<;K, Sec y.
J^ANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY.
The annual tujetlngof the atukhold'Ts <d this
Hank, and election of Duet-Ion, will be held at
ihe HaiikInn Jfou.?e on Mouday, January the Stb,
1877, between the hours ol 11 a. m. nnd r. m. f"
(?. ADAMS, Uaahler. F
I WliKKMKi., t),c. 26. 1R7J. deJ7 v
OTOCKHdLDKR'S MM'TJVf. I
0 I
OiricK or WuiKr.iico A Hki.hont Cxiin.b Co., ) i:
V.'iiKkUSio, W. Va., Dec. 23,1570. f
Tim annual meeting of the atockholduii of tin* ,
Wheeling * IWiuoM l!ridge(.V)tn}>.iny wIIIIkj held *'
nt the otilceof the Ccni|>aiiy on Monday, the ;jjli
.lay of January, 1S77, Mown tho hours of l ami
3J<, o'cIik k r. m., lor the t-Uctioti of uiuc
m 10 nerve during the cnsulnt: ywr.
? d*T. J(&. hAWSOS, Hrc'r.
2- ni^M-l'HOS <>V UJI-AE7SEUS1IU' so- '!
i.'), 1) TICK.- Ol
IS, Thn poj?rtn(?r?!ilp heretofore existing letwern at
llii! un<li;rei};ued, uudrr tliu linu name of Homy nt
1 lobil ?. Co., wiui iiiia day dissolved by mutual
> consent. All fcr?om having claims u,;alnM thu
firm, and thorn liuti-hted to It, will plfav? rail on
W. K. Hughe*; who i i nlmio atithorizod to Kltlr
i thn l,u tin- . HKNUY 11.001?.
wn.i.iam i: ui'nnr.s.
WHyKM.vn. W. Va., Dec. 23, l*7rt. ill'.'.' jt
1 gTOCKIIOLDEUS' MKETiKU. "
) The regular Annual meeting of the Stockholders cj
of the Bclnont Glass Works will bo held at the j|
otficeof the (^ouipauy on the sccoud Wtdncsday, tl
January 10th, 1377. All Stockholders arc requistcl
to attend this meeting. a]
de!3 M. Sg.nETU, tcc'y.
jgUCTIOJJ NOTICE. f
I The National Bank or West Virginia at
Wheeling,
, Tho annual mooting of tin; .Stockholders o( thl* I
I Rank nnd the election of Director! will U- h?*!J I
' at the Hanking llouao on Tuesday, January {',1S77, |
tot wee ii the hours of one Hiid four h. n.
John wacnkb, Cubler.
$ TV. Va., nth Dec., 137C. del 1
is, ^8siu.n>:es notice.
m Notice la hereby Given that thn firm nf irnw?A/m
? A Mendel has bceif dissolved, and that the under- |
signed has been appointed Assignee of the sold |
firm, and 1malone authorised to wind up itn sllsits.
All parties having claims against the said turn
arekfrcby notified to present to lilm thidr hills,
> duly authenticated, without delay.
All purlieu owing the said tirm are notltird to
tnako prompt payment to the Ak*lgueo, as all l-llla
unpaid nt the expiration of ten (l(i) days from this
datu will U> sued upon.
The bunt new of the firm will not lie discontinued M
at once, but will bo conducted under tho name of |i
the AkMgnee uutll the livery stock Is sold.
11. CALlJWKLL, Assignee.
I WitTtrmo, Pec. If, 187n. dpfl_ 01
g.U.KOF VALUABLE UYIiltV HWJCK p
The Urcry steel: of the late firm of Huaciocn A u
Mendel will be offered by th? undersigned at prlvate
sale at very low prices. n
The said stock compriacf Uor*c?, Carriages, Hug- ?
Ries, Hiuks, Sleighs and all the other equlpuicuta
ol a And-claw Liver? Stable; the heft In the State. 8
dc? 11. CALDWELL, Assignee.
STATE OF WEST V1R0INIA, CITY OF
Wheeling. Municipal Court: I'eermber Rules,
r lH7i' it
John 1J Dichl ) I
vs. J-In Assumpsit.
Jbscphua Walton. )
The defendant. nun-resident of the State of Wa?t
Virginia, will take notice, that on tho 20th dr.y of
November, the l'htintitl *u??douto( thuClerk's _
office of (he said Court o jmmiuons and an attaeh8,
uient against theeatate of the liefendant, theob- ~
ject of which is to rccover tho sum of $134 lit with J
lntcreit liom that day?prayer lor judguieut for
that amount.
att 1 he Defendant will appear M the January Ruin,
im 1677, and do whatever Is neccesary for his dofeneo
ra, therein, or judgment will be entered on his delimit.
THOMAS M. DAHK.MI.
Clerk of the Municipal Court of Wheeling. i<
g CeU-TU u
NKW GOOJ>S FOB ^
Christmas Prosents
Just recdvrd:
Finn Book Cases, Writing De&ks, Sideboards, Muilc Q
Sinudi, l'oot Rest?, Hie Screens, Brackets, ?'
g Chairs of all kinds, for Ladies, Gents
* and Children. Very cheap. ?
tut dt-Zl O. MENPEI.. fWMtTIT A CO^ ^
JOSKPJJ H. HAGR,
1313 Sliukui tstruot,
l? Agtnt for the Celebrated ?
* DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE. P
Oil, Needles and Attachments fnr all kinds of Machiiiea.
AH tpakea of Machines lejaired promptly I
by a practical workman. nuv8 J
" HARRtftGEilsil I
s pun. mm.
iltViud or I)iKaw>, wiik l<m<]rr?? t>( wlutbW receipt;, *
vlioihould iD2rry.lA< fmr..<.in.-i.ta t mrrtsjrr.Oulj in- I
tore siulciuv.'l'tisu en all lUntir*. luliy e-ap;utnt)ig iS*!e JL
c?u?f , lytnirtoni-.sud inrtmto < i.rc i it 11 tlm onTy rvtliy
" ItntiilQ *cnlc vt the kind svi-r ptiUlitnitl. and it rumplrt* Fi
U infrryrfpect. Stntsc-rurrly tralnloii rrrelntot *i rtt.
of AiSiIrnt, Jir. C. A. linn* an. CM KoriU Filth stlvvl,
H. Loul!. Mo, E,atlnl :iiiu Jj-..
pmi.UP BRA ILLY,
_ TJISrDERT^ElEB., ,
Nn. 1U0 Mita St;, noRsnsooc'a Blocs, \
, M?k? n Fpr<Ialtr ?1 bli FATKNT METALLIC 0
U? COltNF.IW for Caskets. The advantago derived
* ? from this patent Is tlut they allow an Mpntrdon of
m: the wood lu tho Casket, but pnsventit from falliim A
81 apart, so that In case of A removal the Casket will
be found entire, instead of In pieces, as It soon
would be without tho naeof the''Cornera." Orders
Igr fancrala promptly atteaded to. . au5
DRY GOODS. j
IMPORTANT NEWS!
TO CONSUMERS OP
DRYGOODS
HENRY ROEMER
!s now receiving.bli N?w Stock of
Fall and Winter Diy Goods
of in*
LATEST STYLES
AND NOVELTIES OF TI1E SEASON.
DRESS GOODS,
IN AU. OF T1IK NEW SHADES.
Waok Cashmere, Colored Cashmere, MoInocs,
Black Alpacaa, Damask Cloth, Polo
}loth, Shawls, Waterproof Cloth Bliailei,
2asslmeres, Jeans, lteil Medicated Flannel,
iVhlte Flannel, Blankets, Felt Skirt.,
We make ItLACK CASI1MEKES ana
SLACK ALPACAS n Specialty.
Our stock 1h large and will be sold cheapt
than ever offered In this market. We
ollcit an early examination of onr stock.
fit ?IU \ij iu pir?r ?; vw'i'H UUVXIWW
looiln ?t low |irtoe?.
IIKNUY KOEMER,
No. 2DOS MiIb Strut
?c29
isrr.
rHE QUARTERLY REVIEWS
AND
BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE.
The Leonard Scott Publishing Co.,
41 BARCLAY ST., NEW-YORK.
Continue their aulhorittd Reprints of the
FOUR LEADING QUARTERLY REVIEW.-,
Eifc'SURGH REVIEW {Whig),
LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW (OnMrrafiir),
WESTMINSTER REVIEW (Liberal),
BRITISH QUARTERLY REVIEW (Xtanpchcal],
AND
Jlackwood's Edinburgh Magazine.
Tho 1'r'tiiU Quarterlies give to tho reader well*
Igcated information upon tho K"*t uventa In ion
Mnporaneous history, mill contain masterly crltiIsius
on all that Is fresh and valuable In lltcratuio,
I well an n iunimary of thn triumphs of acienrs
ndait. 1 ho wars likely to convulse all Europe
'111 form topic* for discussion, thRt will be treated
ith n thorough lien aud ability nowhere elao tol?
rand, lllackwood'* Magazine is famous for atorles
j?y?, and ?ke'rhej of the highest lilerary tneiit
TERMS (Including Postage):
Payable Strictly In Adtanca.
or uny one Review ...........Si 00 |>or ati'm
or any two Reviews....; 7 01) "
or any three Rorlevrj....... 10 ??? "
or ull four lie views 12 00 "
or Illackwood'a Magazine .. 4 ??o '
or ltlarkwood and Olio Itrvlcw 7 10 "
or lilnrkwood uud two Reviews 10 to 11
or J lackwoid ami three R? views...1.1 OJ '
tr Blackwood and the four Rcvk-trslfi 00 "
CLUBS.
A discount of twenty pfr cent will ho allowed to
ubsof luurcr mora jicnioua. Tlnw: four copius
Blackwood or of oho Kevin* will boaciit to owe
Idreu for $12 80, four copicaof tho four HcvImw
i.l JU.ii hwi-od for {1 i, mill k) on.
PREMIUMS.
New autacrlber* [applying early] tor tlieyotr
1.7 may have, without rliarj-e, tho numtora lor
ic lost quarter of 1ST'*- of -licit periodicals iui the)
my BulitcritH! for.
Neither premiums to suln-critwra nor di?count to
uhacan >h< allowed unless tho momy ia remitted
rect to the publisher*. No premiums giv#*n to
u la.
Circulars wf'.h furthn particulars may I* lind on
plication.
he Leonard Scott Publishing Co.
41 BARCLAY ST., NEW-YORK.
tli-V)
BLANK BOOKS
?AND?
BOOK BINDING.
We aro prepared to make Blank
boks for Banks, County Offices,
lerchants.and others,with print
u neans or without, on the best
aper and first-class Binding,
thich for durability and elegance
annot bo excelled, at prices to
uit the times. Call and see speImens
at the
NTELLIGENCER OFFICE,
25 and 27 FonrtPfiitli W._
PABSO JfcT'S
(FORMERLY HAU.'B)'
GALLERY,
505 Market St., orp. McLttkk Hoithp.
Ik the place to get
llegant and Artistic Photographs
OF YOUR LITTLE ONES.
eoure the ttluulow ere the nuhHtanre fade-.
no3
jlUE FINEST LOT OF
TOYS! TOYS I
Iu the City, at
ienther's Variety Store?1067 Main St.
?4r Don't fail to call and see them before
uirlmsing elsewhere. de'29
>ISNTAGUAPJLS, PORTRAITS, Ac..
)i'nwn l>y Macliinory.
rpimUup, with Instructions, only 25c; by mail SSc.
McLUnn HOUSR AT.T 8T0EK,
doOT K. I, KICOI I..
.JOLIDAY MUSIC GOODS.
olios, Albums, &c., Pictures- & Frames,
At Low Prices, at
IIDTCIIINS'?1325 Maiikbt Street.
?le21
OLD FD-'il,
J
rowing Hvnclnths, Toilet Hots, Fine CoIojik",
Cloth, llalr&nd Hbatlng llrualiea, CotnlA
Fine Honps, Toilet Powilcrit, Pufls mid
lioiM, Shaving Mugs, Ac.,dc.,
tine atock, all o! which are offered at the vary
lyweat price*
CHBIKTIAN SCHNEMf,
Jc22 Optra H ?uw Drut St'Jre.

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