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illi:' . rlO 0131-4 -THE STATE REPUBLICAN-
'wiP ' tho ycarJWO wo will carry un unusunl largo atoclc publibhed Evunv thphbcay evemikq.
4 j l'' . fi F. Q. Fulkehson, Business Manager.
Gold Pons, Chains,
Clocks, Sloovo Buttons,
Collar Buttons, Carving
Sots, Pins, Kings,
Charms, Watches, Cloclm,
Card Receivers, Bultor.
Dishes, Thimbles,
Berry Spoons, Sugar
Bowls, Croamors, Opera
Knives, Forks, Spoons
Etc., Etc., Etc.
202 East High Street, Jefferson Oity.
Fresh Goods and Low Prices I
All Our Teas Are Guaranteed to Pleases
esSolo Agent for Royal Java Coffee.
&juv&yjm copies FBmm.
Entered at the l'ostofflce at Jefferson City,
Mo ns tecowt class matter.
New ScrlcflJan. 7, ISM
V o o o- o
feapeis and Binder's,
Thursday, March 20, 1800.
First Ward Henry ltuwnrt. Second Ward
Hermann W. Jens. Third Ward JacofoTnn.
ner mid J. W. Schulte. Fourth Ward llcury
school uinnciom.
Henry rrlesnteycr and 8. W. Cor.
Wo are authorised to announco Hermann
Jena as the republican candidate for alderman
of ttic second ward.
Editor State Rr.runucAN : Will
you please advise the public that I
must decline being a candidate for
alderman of the Third ward. My
time aud business will not permit mo
to devote the attention to tho office of
alderman as it requires. Very re
spectfully, John Wm. Schulte. ,
For Councilman, First Ward
Republican candidate:
Henry Jtuwart.
Independent candidate:
James A. Hint.
For (j'ounollman, Second Ward
Republican candidate:
Ifennau W. Jens.
Independent candidate:
Charles R.Schuhr.
For Couucllmcn, Third Ward
Republican candidates:
Jacob Tanner (for long term.)
Julin W. Schulto ((or short term,)
Independent candidates :
A. Urandenbcrgcr.
W. W.G'lliani.
For Ooiiucllniau, Fourth Ward
Itcpubllcan randldate:
Henry Schwattzot.
Independent candidate :
Geo. J. Vaughau. ,
I hereby certify that tho above and
foregoing list contain! tho names of all
candidates for olllces certified to ma aud
now on flic In my oflleo.
Annum P. Gkimshaw,
Clerk County Court.
UoadtitinrlcH for G. A. It
Sons ol veterans, at
The Monroe house is receiving a
new painting.
suits, also
The absence of tho porch in front
of the Bragg hall building is quite an
.Our $." men's suit?, decant new nat-
rns and durable. Tlicv must be teen
to be appreciated.
McMillan & Gordon have dissolved
their co-partnership in (tho 'drayagc,
wood and coal business.
Children's hats worth "5c and 81,
arc ueinj; sola at HI. Goldman's for
The mud at Scdalia is pretty bad,
but no worso than usual during a
municipal campaign.
Times aro hard, money is scarce ; it Is
to our Intel et t economise. You can
do It by buying of us. Wc can, and will
save-you money.
The Rieltmond papers are crowded
with biographical sketches of emin
ent and worthy citizens all candidates.
Now is tho time to subscribe for
This State Rf.i'ui;mcan, if not con
venient to call, hand your order to
your postmaster, i
Our stock ol Children's. Dovs.
Youths' and Men's dothlng l lai'irer
hah ever before. Our stuck of Gents'
furnishing goods and Huts uud Caps Is
iuimenso. Eutlro now stock, tho latest
tries and the lowest prices. You will
do well to call ou us.
postmasters arc authorized to re
ceive subscription for this paper.
Wo allow them the usual newspaper
Hat Patent Return Flue Boiler; Wrought
Iron and 6teel Wheels, with tho Springs Be
twesn lha bearings ol the Hub: 14-Inch Sleol
Tira; Cushioned Gear and all Latosl Improve.
mem. BJl and 1011. P. Ask lor Calalorjuo,
FrM. taTThrathert ol all )m.
Stem Machinery
E2T Wo only handle tho vcty best
material and at the very lowest fig
ures, dive us a call and wo will
guarantee ciUlro satisfaction In every
particular. If not convenient I
IKS wpo co., can B(arC83 us a car,i.
jMi((itf WWW
TiNEH BARKER, Jefleraoa City, Mo,
j Messrs. Vclth & Miller offer In
duccmcnts to consumers in their line
in choico gcods. Sec card.
Buy a noiMiiagnctlo watch and secure
a perfect time poacot'Macauloy's.
Mr. Will J. Crccden Intends open
ing a largo packing establishment in
this city soou.
Send in your subscription at once for
Tun REfUtiLiOAN.S.pply ouo dollar per
year In advance.
In this issue of The Rri'uumcah
appears tho official city ticket, as
prepared under tho new law.
Several parties arc preparing to
build a pontoon bridge over the Mis
souri river at Jefferson City, Mo.
Alt aro invited tp attend tho meet
ings at the court! house, beginning
to-morrow evening at 7 :30.
Mr. Charles Ott and Miss Missouri
Arnhold olBurliigton, were granted
marriage license Monday.
Mr. A. 'J. Hoefcr has purchased a
ten-acre tract of land! on the eastern
boundary of tho city from Mr. John
Bright. Consideration, $2,000.
Oct your watch, clock and jewelry re
pairing dono at II. A. MatJauley's
jewelry store, No. 201 East High street.
Mrs. Kate Qiundclflngcr, matron of
tho femalo department at tho peni
tentiary, was removed yesterday.
She has seven (7) children.
A lino lino of ladles' and gents' Gold
watches at Jlacauley's jewelry store,
next to Kjictjangc Hank.
Why aro the "Independents" ad
vocated by the "Tribune" for city
offices, democrats? "No politics in
city nffairs." Oh, no.
Send us your orders for job printing If
you want neat and clean work at low
llgures. Call and sec samples and as
certain prices.
eIt 13 not strange to say that ahl
of the Ttibuno's independent candi
dates for city offices aro demo
crals."5Ja Wo have entered Into the light for
Spring Trade early. Wo are bo'tind to
win, if a lar(;o stock, nowpat terns, good
material and low price cau do It.
Mr. W. A. Dallmoycr is carrying
some of the most reliable insurance
companies, Mr. C. W. Wallcndotf,
manager. Sec advertisement.
The buili ing and stock of goods
belonging t Schirmer & Kussicr at
Ilord, Callayay county, wa3 burned
last Friday night.
A young ostrich was hatched ;out
in Kansas City . this week, and is
owned-by Mr. Kraulhoff, a prominent
attorney and ono of the owners of
the "Cole county ostrich farm."
A Hue lino of ladles' and gents! Chains,
Charms, Pins, Cuff buttons and all kinds
of jewelry atMacaulcy's.
Eight boys who passed through
Scdalia the other day on their way to
the reform school at Boonvillerwcre
all smoking cigarettes.
C. M, Edwards Is doing a good
business in plastering. Sec his carrl
in this paper.
Rev. rctcr'J'rouo and Air. Dickinson,
of Clinton, Henry county, aro In the city
on prlvato business with tho governor.
Mnj. Nathan C. Kouns was sent to
tho Insano asylum at Nevada last
Tuesday for treatment.
J. T. Wells, John N. Ross, John
N. Rlttcr and Will Crittenden Thorn
ton went to Tipton Tuesday to attend
a Good Templar's district meeting.
Barney Hawkins, who was con
victed for felonious assault and sen
tenced to three months in the county
jail and fined 8100, was pardoned
Tuesday, after serving tho jail sentence.
Do some kind soul lift tho vail aud
give us some news Itcais
Hetwcon lagrlpp!,bad colds aud other
dhca'cs.a number of our citizens are on
tho sick list
Mrs. Stcihllne,wlfo of Joseph S., died
at her home In tho vicinity of Klstou
lliursday of last week, Wo extend our
slnccro sympathy to alt tho bereaved
ones left to mourn her loss.
Mr. John Stokes, formerly of hero, but
now a resident of Morgan county, met
with a serious If not fatal accident ono
day last week while at work around his
saw mill. Further particulars we failed
to lcatu.
After an absence of two weeks wo will
again join tho corps of Kill'uin.iOAN cor
respondents In sympathy with all tuud-
hminil nlllrnni. 'l'l,,.r ,.,,u..
city took fire from a brush-burning, diversity ol opinion among our people
and were consumed. Loss, about as to the mbat direct rami to mni-WnKtiin
Several slacks of hay, owned by
Henry Rinkc, who lives wc3t of tho
Mr. G. T. Rogers lias applied for
a patent for a door lock, which, when
gotten into the market, will bo a
.feather in Rogers' cap.
A very largo number of democrats
wero agitated and gossiping yester
day over the removal of the matron
at tho penitentiary yesterday. It
seems that Mr. JohnL. Morrison, tho
warden, is running the institution,
which docs not suit a large number
of mossbacks.
Only two counties in Missouri now
have county school supervision
Jasper and St. Louis. Jasper county
adopted the system 15 years ago,
and, according to Mr. W. E. Colo
man, state superintendent, she now
has the best country schools in tho
Capt. II. T. Holmes wa3 rejoiced
onjast Wednesday upon the receipt
of a box of beautiful oranges as a
present from his daughtor, Mrs. May
Todd of Los Angcals, California.
Tho oranges were picked from tho
orchard of Mr. and Mrs. U. S. G.
A farmer over in Carroll countv
receipt for making
contract for dividing the profits with
the gentlemanly agent who sold him
the process is not advertising the fact
that the contract materialized in one
of the Carrollton banks as i promis
sory note for $300, which ho quietly
wno bought a
wheat weigh
bottom of tho bottom road or tho rail
Mrs. Franch Ogdon,wlfcof Wm. os
den, residing near Scott's Station, died
February S, after a painful Illness of 10
days at the age of years, and a mem
ber of the M. K. church. Mrs. Ogdeu
was a noble woman and will be sadly
mUscd not only In her homo, but by all
who know her. She leaves a husband,
four sons and two daughters to mourn
her sad departure.
The gentle spirit has passed away,
lias left Its earthly home of chiy
For another home beyond the skies,
Where health, and peace, aud plenty,
Where iorrows of earth can never como
Not trampled and bruised lu buv
Hut kindly released from sorrows of life,
Her fplilt Is free and at will to roam
Through the tarry vaults of her father's
Though forcibly parted on earth
From the Imago who gave us our being
and birth,
Our crowning object In life shall bo
To meet her there In Ktcrnlty.
Ell Steely made a trip to the capital
city Saturday.
Simon I!ondnlIer shinned a car load of
" Stock from tills nhipn Jlnmlnr.
and signed a '
uau ikio went up to California last
week on business connected with circuit
court, now In session there.
The shipment of wood from here has
been lively all lat week, a car load hav
ing been shipped nearly every day.
The Elston Sabbath school was reor
l ganlzed on last Suuday by tho election of
Wm. E. Clcghorn as superintendent.
California, and Miss Nannie Friday, mim Mcrotaiy nnd trcasiIrcr, aud jn
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Fri- Jiagajie Thomas librarian. Means were
da, took place at tho bride's homo also secured for supplies aud literature
Wednesday evening. Rev. J. T. M. for the use of tho school.
The marriage of Mr. Lee Loto of
Capt. Joacson Glenn of Marlon, waA
In town latt Monday.
Mrs. Lowery of Sedalla, Is stopping at
Mr. Robert Townscnd's.
Dr. Dttnlap rnado a trip to California
Judgo W. S. Froslionr, who has bcctl
quite sick, wo aro glad to learn, Is better.
Rev. llobcrsou preached his farewell
sermon at tho C. P. church last Sun
Mr. .Tohu Kcar,ono of our fellow cltU
zciis,mado a buslucss trip to Marlon ouo
day last week.
Mr. John Ward, tho hat man from St.
I.ouls, was circulating among our mer
chants ono day last week.
Mrs. Dr. Dunlap, Mrs. Dr. Yows,Mrs.
A. It. Fuller aud Miss Jennie Face, were
callers at Mrs. S. II. Freshour's Mon
Ouo of our town chaps met with nttlto
a misfortune last week, and fell out of
bed, and had like to broko his probosscs.
Mr. Andrew Tuck of 01ean,has put up
a nrcat market lu our city, which is not
only a great benefit, but very convenient
to our citizens.
Miss Maggie Frcshour and her sister,
Miss Martha, returned to their homo last
Thursday. They were here to attend the
funeral of Thomas Frcshour, who died
the Oth of this month.
3Ir. Geo. F.lliott of the dry goods firm
of Elliott ,t Tagart, was in town Mon
day. We understand they are doing
pilte a lively business In tho way of scl-
Mr. Wm. C. Thornton of Jefferson
City, was In towu last Sunday, and made
the boys at tho coal chutes a very pleas
ant call while here. Thornton Is a good
fellow and the boys appreciate his com
pany very much.
Mr. Geo. l'ope, owner aud propilctor
of tho City hotel, Is giving his housa a
general Using up in the way of painting,
ealsamlnlng, etc. Mr. Wm. l'opo of
your city Is doing the work. Billy Is an
expert, and when ho gets it finished and
Gcoigo takes that Jeffcrsou City girl in,
ho will be mistress of ono of the finest
houses In our city.
Johnston performed tho ceremony, j
The preparations wero elaborate and
magnificent. A largo number of
friends wore in attendance aud tho
presents were many and valuable.
Articles of incorporation of the
Mrs. Stalhllue, wife of Joseph Stalh
Hne, died at her homo south of Elston ou
last Thursday. She had bceu sick for
ipilto a while . Slio was a good and kind
woman and leaves a husband and several
daughters to mourn her loss. Her fit-
Selling Books by Subscription,
Tho int'thnd of cdllnff hooks by uh?rrlptIon
ha many advantages over any other, and Is
dullv urnultm irvluiportnueo aud iioiuilaritv. Itv
this method the attention of tho purchaser is
called to vnluiihlp hooks of ivhieh hcinlKht re.
aaiicu 1
main In entire liioranco if they wero old In
any other way. It, la the most ilfrert and alto
Kether the mot economical way to huy books.
mim imrni.tprii ui u mm, ijihjk Miirp iinvi,
Kcncratiy panned through the hand of from two
to four middlemen, esch of whom mut haon
nrolit we iiiversmu vnuiisnuiK i;o., m. ijuis
ln . offers nrolllahlo eiiinlovment to all uhrt
wih to rmtnge lu the bWncss, U)urlenee Is
uot iiervsnary. t;ut liny lady or gentleman with
IntelllKcnCtfiiiid Indunry ran make a surcessof
tho work. Their lmhlfeatlous aro ltrst class,
lint such hooks as our ounKheoile and our
older I'duilo should read hooks that teud to
make intelligent men and women : hooks that
teaeli tieople lhinK that they ought to knowi
such books as n splendid family I'llde, lileli
Is in Itself a ierreci ( rrippeuiu ui uiuiieal know
ledge lildpalh't History of the I'nited Mates
ts another splendid book! u sale of over SiM.ooo
copies speaks loudly in tut or of its great worth.
The reople's Oclopedla of Universal Knowl
edge Is another work that has carved Itswav to
' for
very largo. They alsp handle the lied Letter
Lite of the Uctiubllc. Stanley Explorations In
Africa. Tho 1'ioncer History of America. Peo
ple's Kami and Stock 0'jrlopedla The Physi
cal Life of llotli Sexes. Courtship, I,q and
Wedlock, and lllftorr of tho (Iroiid Army of the
Lciiuhliu, Another spcidH book, avnruclng a
edge Is anotner worn mat nas carvoa itswav
a wonderful success: 100,000 copies of this spl
did oclopedla, inado and edited especially I
tho masses, liavo been sufd, nnd he sale Is si
Wedlock, and IIIMoir Qt the rti
a month,
i or i uiversaiu uisiorY.
bound to bo read by lens of tuoiisauds of scho)
nrii.en hundred sets a month. Is ltldnath'a (Jreln
jicuia or i.niversaiu uiawrr, a oooc mat is
ars, and by those who lay iia claim to scholar
iitulrKttiiifl.lhle record of the creat events cil
tho w orld's history. The tioiiuUfltr of this book
Is something wouderrul.
For further particulars, circulars, terms to
agems, eve,, auuress,
Wi Olive St. ST. tQUIBvMQ
The St. Louis World's fair com
mittco has settled its bills and ad
journed sine die. The actual cost of
the campaign was $-20,325,82.
Capt. Ed. Stuart, proprietor of tho
Marion ferry 14 miles west jf Jeffer
son City, was in' town this week. He
reports business good and times
J lively in Marion.
Tho great evangelists, Revs. Craw
ford and Doran, will deliver a scrios
of sermons at thecounty court house.
Services begin at 730 p. m. lo-mor
Tlicro will beat lca3t 2o,uuu viS'
itors in attendance- on tho G. A. R.
meeting in jffcrson City in April
In this issue of our paper appears
the advertisement,!; of Mr. II. B,
Rabcr, which wc'call special attention
to, as thotimo is at hand when nearly
everybody wnuts something in his
liarnuta & Bailey's groat show
Om London, Ens;, for this
on tho 20th' of last month
ivc been showing in London
sinca last November..'
Although it is a criminal offense to
advcrtiscTin the newspapers in this
state, this Louisiana lottery, some
papers nrcpublishiug nds, holders of
"lucky" munbers, etc., every day.
Mr. Richard Huff of Russollvillc,
was In the ciy Tuesday end Wednes
day of this week in tho-lnterost of Ids
recently patented famous portable
furnaco, which is rapidly taking the
attention of "everybody interested in
the manufacture of sorghum syrup.
Citizens' meeting .is hereby called
to meet at tho court houso this oven-
Ing at 7:30 o'clock for tho purpose
of receiving report .from committee
on sunscripuon. jv.
D. II. MclNTTltE, Wi)Y". WAfiNEU,
Chairman. Secretary,
Why call a ticket composed exclu
sivt'lv of democrats a "citizens'
ticket?" The streets? and other nec
essary, iinprovemerilsro demanded
by the ''citizens."' - jTlicre h3 been
an almost straight Hcmocratlo conn
ell tiuring tue pasj year, auu wuai
has been donof
kClitropous Hotel uuililing company neral took place at the Catholic church
have been filed. The capital stock is Satin day.
fixed at $300,000 and is divided into
3,000 shares, of which C. II. Ilam
mett owns 1,500, L. E. Davison, 1,
499 and A. D. Leech one. This is
the company that 'recently purchased
the Ccntropolis hotel. Kansas City
Star. j
Married At Dauphine, Mo., Wed
nesday, March 12, at the residence
of the bride's father, Mr. Louis Boil-lot,-
Dr. E. E. Ulackwcll of Boones
borough, Mo., to Miss Amelia Boil
lot. Rev. T. B. Hill of Chamois of
ficiated. The biido wore a beautiful
dress of silver grey brilliantcen,
trimmed in libbon, and corsago bou
quet of marshal noil and tube roses,
and maidens hair fern. The groom
woro the regular style, black prince
albeit suit, Tito bridesmaids and
groomsmen were Mr. Henry l'opo of
Osage, Mo., and M.iss Alioe Boilloti
sister ot tho bride, Dr. S. S. Davis of
Barkcrsviilc, Mo., nnd Miss Auitio
Ratckln of this place. Many beauti
ful presents wero received. The
happy couple left on tho 12 :05 train
to Jefferson City, thence to Carring
ton, Mo., to visit relatives of tho
groom. The best wishes of many
friends follow thciq,
Coi.UiimA, Mo., March 15, 1890.
With tills dato the publication of
tho Weekly Weather Bulletin is re
sumed and will bo issued hoVeaftcr
each Saturday during the crop-grow
ing season.
Tho weather during the winter, up
to about March 1, was unusually
mild, causing vegetation to start.
1'his, followed by the low tempera
ture of the present month lias been
injurious in some instances. It is
feared that the peach fiuit buds are
all killed.
Tho outlook for winter wheat was
llattcriiig up to March 1, but since
alien considerable injury has been
reported, particularly in tho eastern
and southeastern sections, Heavy
rains in the latter section have been
the damaging cause. Tho condition
is on the whole favorable.
Levi Chvck,
Secretary State Board of Agriculture,
Additional ground was contracted for
from Judgo Elston Saturday for tho ttso
of Elston cemetery. An estimate of
about $200 was made of cost of ground
aud fence. As soou as the funds are se
cured contract for letting out tho build
ing of feuce will he given. Cedar posts,
2 planks below and 3 wire above Is the
kind of feuco wanted.
We aro sorry to report tho death of tho
youngest child of Geo. and Itcbccca
McKinney. It died on last Thursday,
and .was burled Friday In EUton cemet
ery. Wo loam that Mrs. S. M. Elston ne
gotiated with patties for tho sale of her
farm near or adjoining tho Catholic
church last Saturday. Tho farm was
formerly owned by James S. Fhmimcr.
Wo did uot learn the " 'deration paid.
Wc aro pained to report tho accidental
death of John Stokes, who has been lim
ning threshing machines aud saw mills
for many years In this part of the county.
After tho threshlug season last fall ho
moved his euglneaud sawtnllltoMorgau
couuty, near the Osage river, where ho
has been engaged In sawing lumber up
to tho timo of the sad accident. It seems
he was engaged In fixing some part of
tho machinery while In motion, aud by
somo means thrown In contact with the
ling wheel, striking htm In tho liead,kll
llng hi m instantly. Mr. Stokes was a
very useful man in his lino of business.
Ho was a hard-workliig, Industrious cltl
zen, and will bo greatly missed by tho
farmers In this part of tho county. He
leaves a vilfo aud several children who
havo our slnccro sympathy.
Mr. Geo, Leach, tho business manager
of the now coal diggings ou Dr. Elston's
farm, reports lhat they havo struck a
regular bonanza at a depth of 130 feet
Thoy struck 10 feet In tho coal and no
Indications of bottom. The coal Is of a
superior quality otany ever found in this
section, and he undoubtedly will have
very llttlo trouble to find a market for
such Hue coal, and Indications aro, that
he has sttuck about tho center of the
pocket, and If so, It will prove to bo tho
biSffcst thing ever found lu coal mining
in this couuty. We are glad to report
his good success. Wo hope before long
to report Elston to be bootnlug as a leg
iilar mining town. All the country
needs Is money, brains, inusslc, Tho coal
and mlucrnl Is hero.
W. II. Kaiser graduated at the St.
Louis dental college last week.
The regular term of the Miller
county circuit court will convene on
March 21.
The democrats aro waiting for
calls" instead of uomiuating their
The tug boat, Ashley W. Ewing,
has been sold to C. C. Turner at
private sale.
Mr. Theodore Tanner has pur
chased property adjoining his pres
ent shops and will enlarge his
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heidkcr,
whose ages arc respectively 78 and
3, celebrated their golden wedding
at their home, near this place, last
Wc understand tiic Crumley, Mil
ler couuty, poiloflico was robbed ono
night last week to tho extent of about
25 in stamps.
Cole county's taxable wealth, ex
clusive of railroad, bridge and tele-
raph companies for this year is
Notice is hereby given that my
wife, Ludy, has left my home and
house without cause, and I will not
be responsible for any debts or con
tracts she may make. This 11th day
of March, 1S90.
11. V.. Taitor Webd.
At Lebanon, O., Ex-Trcasurcf
Coleman, who had been convicted ot
embezzlement, the amount beiDg
fixed nt 812,500, was sentenced to
pay double the amount embezzled,
the costs of prosecution, and to bo
imprisoned in tho penitentiary two
and one-half years. Coleman's fam
ily is ono of tho most wealthy and
respected in the place, and they aro
Uncle Sam l'etcrs went California
City, Mo., last Monday.
The fractional school districts will
bo divided in road districts as fol
lows : Road district No. 39 consists
of school districts 1 and 2, township
13, range 14. Road district No. 41
consists of school district 4 and 5,
township 43, range 14. Road district
No. 42 consists of school district C,
n township 43, range 14, and school
district No. 0, in township 44, rango
1 1. Road district No. 4G consists of
school district 1. township 45, rango
11, and school district 2, township
45, range 13 and 14.
Tliu Boonville Democrat of this
week says: "A gang of men and a
car load of scrapers, plows, mules,
etc., came in over tho Missouri Ta-
cifio Monday to go to work on tho
extension from this place to Jefferson
City, or Gray's crock. The contract
lias been let to E. P. Reynolds &
Co., and a five, ruilo contract has
been sublet and a gang of men, un
der tho supervision of Foreman
Thos. Hogan, is throwing dirt on tho
grade between Main street and
Long's ice houses. In the course of
a few days another gang will nrrivo
from Arkansas and tho work will bo
pushed rapidly forward,"

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