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VOLUME XEII.
1
UlMBBS 1H
Sash, Doors, Blinds
Lime, Coal,
BUILDINU PAPER, &c.
East fourth and Locust Streets,
Dee Moines, Iowa.
tVYard on Broadway near Northwestern
railroad trooks, Yankton, Dakota.
THE ST. CROIX
Lumber Co. Boom.
S
he "teat
lT*
C3 eiling In.
It ound. awed
v4
t, O akand OedarPouts
I a alnjengths and Sizes,
A. in. s. a s.& &.*shingles
1/ ath, Piokets and Fencing.
JB. invited to Oall and Bee onr
Mammoth Btook of New Finishing
0. O. aeleot 1M 2 in. all widtEB.
VBHY ABSOBTMttNT for the TBADE
It KLIABLK for what we ear. and will
OMMKNOE TO BOOM OCR PABT
OF THE BUSINESS AT ONOK,
it etween 4th & 6th Sta. Br'dway
Our Oflioe Stands, and
Kp! On Short notice yon
•». A MA* HAVB YODB
orders FILLED
J.H.BEAVEB
Manager.
Foundry
SkjjS'.
-AND-
-f
'Si*.
MAGHINE SHOP
SBSlneiandBollen,
Creamery Supplies,
Steam Heating and
"j Water Pipe,
VV
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I
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—AND—
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$
6
TRANSPORTATION
•S'S
'to
Si
JnoH.Queal&Co
ftJpg'
LUMBER
Shingles,
Jt.lto,
of all kinds
tSF^Small Hone power (or sale..
Martin & Anderson,
Walnut (tree Yank-ton.
LINE.
St.
!$f ,.884 and 886 Qonglaa Ave. ^,
Oorner Fourth St.
STBFFIN, Prop.
PBTER
irfS
Best Equipped and Most Commodi
out LIVERY in the City.
OUHlBUSBBinay be depended on as
Vautnemi
Bubis^:
Cnarani
Qermania House
m«ar Third meet
TeaMea, Dak»u
1
W^lbanm & Becker,
PBOP&IBtOlM
*Ms heaaste ft* ha«Uartem fur travel *rr
"(•Mamata. s*blia«Ut
ttthalwtsL
:'\V
jr.
V.
its
TV
sl
aweouoa in given to all orders telephoned
Uift at the Merchants Hotel or at BtafaU.
....Ho. 89
.He. SM
I, r*«peotfnlli- solicit patronsge and
Wesafisfaotlon. PKTEB 8TKFFIM-
NIGEL,
The well known imp. Clydesdale Stallion NIGEL [3033] will
stand on tlie Cashel Farm [Beaver Creek] and at Mr. E. Miners
ranch, [Jim River] during the season of 1888.
Afholesale and Retail
a rin»
line
CTFTLek
r._A
Books and Stationery, Cold Pens
SCHOOL SJ-CTIFIFILIEZES,
Wall Paper* and Ceiling Decorations,
fV^paoial atteotioii given this Une,JB
300 West Third Street.
St
^^00^3
Just Received a Complete Stook of the
Latest Patterns in BOOTS and
SHOES, which will be Sold
at Low Prices. Agent for
E
THIRD STREET.
Dealer in
BUILDERS' HARDWARE
Garland Stoves, Buck's Brilliant, Gasoline Stoves
and Tinware. Wagon and Carriage
v. Wood Stock. Wagon and Oarri
age Hardware, &c.
Sla»c3s:s32a.itlx S-o-ppliee!
Garden Implements,
THIRD STREET, YANKTON, DAKOTA.
1'
PAPER HANGER & DECORATOR
^CARRIAGE AND HOUSE PAINTER.
1
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NIGEL—Sire, Pride of Yoker, [1248.]
First dam, Nelly [1666] by Prince of Wales, [673.] it
Second dam, Norah by Sir Walter Scott, [797.]
Pride of Yoker by Pride of Clyde, dam Maggie by Farmer,
Pride of Clyde by Old Times.
THE BANKER.
The imp. pure bred Clydesdale Stallion, Banker, [4823] will
stand at the Red Barn, opposite the Commercial Hotel, Yankton, and
at Aten, Nebraska, during the season of 1888.
BANKER—Sire Rothschild, [5307.]
First dam Rosie [5587] By Pride of Clyde.
Second dam Maggie by Old Campsie [119].
Rothschild by the Champion horse Darnley, [222] dam, Alice by
!liothianTam.
For Particulars of fees, &c, apply to
J. L. MACtfREGOK, Cashel Farm, Ut:ca.
EXCELSIOR DRUG STORE.
ESTABLISHED XN 186ft
Ffiffdy Brechtj
Shop oa Douglas Avenue, Between Third and Fourth Streets.
It 8hop is Closed, Leave Orders at Howard's Book Store and I will
Call and See Ton.
C, H. BATES
aw
J*5
WHOLKS&IiH AND BKTAIL
GROCER
S$:%
iprT
Dealer
6tepl»
*.*-« rs
Groceries and Provisions, Dried
Fruits, Wooden and Widow
Ware, Tobscoo, Gigiirs,
Eto., Eto., EtOf,
Ogwodta Oox, Odj«M AOA
KABXZON
1
PURDY & BRECHT, Yankton.
J. & T. COUSINS, REYNOLDS BROTHERS,|Dl80e
A. Burt. Burt & Packard,
Burt & Mears.
V^hOOS* I Ex-Delegate fettigrew, of fionx
Falls, claims to have inside information
relative to the Hioux reservation bill.
I, PILES.Yankton
FANKTON, DAKOTA TERRITORY, SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH IT, 188S.
THE All.V PKE88 AND DAKOTAIAN
Is pnblished every evening, exoepting Hun
days.
carriers, per
mail, per
Tmbms at Bcbsobiptioh
month, |1 00 per year, |18 00 by
month, 86 oents per year. 10 00.
Offipe—Pb*ss
ahd
Daxotaiah Meok eomer of
Third and Oapital streets.
Telephone number 5.
BOWEK & K1NOSBDBY. Prop'trs.
A Uftlexate Convention.
Of the citizens uf lank ton, irrrspeotive of
party, will be held at the city hatl on Tuesday
the'27th day of Maroh, 1388,-at 2 o'oloek p. m.
of said oay, for the purpose of plaoing in nom
ination the following omoers to be voted for at
the annuil city election to be held In wis city
on Monday the 2nd day of April, 1888:
Mayor, Treasur r. Marshal and City JuBtioo.
The o.:ncuseB for the purpose of electing
delegates to said convention will be held on
uesday, the 20th inst at 8 o'clook p. m. of said
day at the following places:
In the first ward at the city hall.
In the Beoond ward at the armory on Broad-
way.
iy.
In the third ward at A. M. English's carpen
ter shop on Broadway.
In the fourth ward at the court home.
The oaucuses will nominate a candidate for
alderman te be voted for the electors in the
renpcotive wards at said election.
_ne apportionment for said convention will
be as follows
First ward.. 18
I Second ward it
I Third w»rd 18
Fourth ward 17
.{Signed)
J. T. Sargent, Chairman.
M. J. MOLain.
Gkobgi B. HorratiN,
W.
M. O'Ubien.
Bobebt Oox.
Democratic Oity Oommittee.
GKonss H. Hand,Ohairman.
T). VCCblly.
1
Wh B. Valsntis*,
D.N. Gross.
Republican Oity Committee.
James Kiwqsboby, Ohaiiman.
Petkb Boyem, Beoretary.
People's Oity Committee.
'In Esaez ooonty, New Jeraey, twenty
I five lives were lost daring the late bliz
zard.
lo a month from now it will look well
I to baye gangs of workmen busy putting
in sewers.
There is a great deal of exoitement in
I lankton real estate oiroles just now and
I tbere ffill be more by and by.
Every voter is expeoted to go to the
I oauoases Tuesday evening. At these
eauouses the municipal government for
I the ensuing year will be seleoted. ,5
A deoree is published in Paris depri
ring General Boulanger of his command
for breanh of discipline in making three
yisits to Paris without permission.
I Boulanger appears to be in a minority
I just at present.
It seems to be a well settled faot that
I Gov. Ohurob oontrols the Dakota ap
pointments made by the president. It
I remains to be seen whether or not he
will oontrol the selection of delegates to
the national demooratio convention.
He says the bill will beoome a law at
this session of congress and bat the land
office for the new distriot oreated will be
looated at old Fort Pierre. This will
ston theweBt Bide of tho
Missouri
river and some five miles above the pree
lent oity of Pierre.
On Tuesday next at eight o'olook in
the evening tbe oauooses of tbe oity of
Yankton will be opened in the several
wards and those upon whom rests the
responsibility of a choice of executive
[and legislative officers will be given an
opportunity to exeroise the prerogatives
[of citizens. As the question is to be
virtually settled in tbe oauouses it is
[important that the oauouaes be Well at
tended
The earnings of tbe Northern Paoiflo I
b°mp!BBQOWeatheflrst
Ior
I IVJjiynp
C. B. TAYLOR, Auditor Ward, who /iiaa just returned
from the east, is full of' the warmest kind
iii
TTrr\-r%
E S E
Shop in the Bear of Sanbern'a Vnraltoit
Store All ordeia lett *titt»e will h«ve prolu 11
attention.
HOUHJ. CAMPBELL, V.Y.BABjntB.
Campbell & Barnes,
4TTOBNEI8 AT LAV
riU
-.V"
frastlosMn all Mw. j|0Barta at th
thineen days
an
I.1111 enthusiasm. In an interview
_W UU-U W UJKil\ Pirv printed in the Sioux Fall Argns he says
VSD—
0t
TNARAASA A!
4MAA AHA
an inoreese of $100,000
over any similar period of the same
montb in the history of the oompany.
The enormous emigration whiob is mov
ing over the road to Washington andI
Oregon,averaging more than 150 per day,
insures the company a great future
business in that section. The miqpral
development in Montana and Idaho has
for a few months been phenomenal.
The senate oommittee. on Indian af
fairs has instructed Senator Dawes to
report favorably, with an amendment
similar to tbe one which is made to the
senate bill, Delegate'Toole's house bill
for tbe ratification of the agreement
made with the Piegans and Blaokfeet
Indians on the northern reservation of
Montana. This bill was reported to the
senate, with an amendment excluding
the desert lands from its pperations in
reference to tbe disposition of the lands
thrown open- to entry. Mr. Dawes re
ported the bill as direoted, and it will
be substituted for the senate bill now on
theoalender and passed.
President Cleveland is a most
wonderful man. He will sweep the ooun
try like wild fire. In tbe eastrepubli
I canB and everybody say they will vote
for him, He is a great man—such a
oapacity for work and such a memory.
He knows more about Dakota than many
of us. There is no truth in the report
that Gov, Uburol^'s reoommendatioos
are not received by tbe president. Mr.
|Tbor.by -of the Black Hills asked tbe
president this question point blank the
other day. He told him he would oon-
$5^ .'
have been let fur tbe oanstrnotion of his
road weatward from Obamberlain. He
says tbere is no present intention of
building the line. Of oonrse tbe an
nonnooment
wbb
premature. QradinR
oontraots cannot be let in advanoe of
surveys and the Milwaukee is not so
anbosiness like as to begin work npon
the contemplated ronte in advanoe of
the passage of the bill opening the
reservation and its ratification by the
Indians. Bat that the Milwaukee will
baiid from Obamberlain west when the
time oomes is otrtain.
ed by Mr. GifTord iu the house wi»h
8DD-1
are exoladed from the operations of that
portion of the act allowing the state the
(sixteenth and thirty-sixth seotions of
eaoh township for sohool lands, and pro
visions made in other admission bills for
grants of land for the erection and sup
port of public institutions are oiqitted
for Buob institutions as North Dakota
now possesses. The report is drawn
upon tbe same line as that already sub
mitted by tbe minority in the house
upon Mr. Clifford's bill to admit North
Dakota. The oommittee says:
It has come to tbe conclusion that two
states should be formed from the terri
tory, It finds-that North Dakota has
population and resources sufficient, as
has already been demonstrated in the
case of south Dakota, for her admission
as a state. The present population of
North Dakota is 200,000, a larger num
ber of people than possessed by any
state yet formed out of tbe public do
main upon its admission. North Dako
ta has 1,966 miles of railroad, which, in
1887, paid over $100,000 taxes into the
territorial treasury.
The report presents numerons statis
tics exhibiting the resources of North
Dakoto and strongly recommends the
passage of the bill. No minority report
was submitted.
Tbere is a mystery connected with tlie
sudden strike of tbe Atohison, Topeka
& Santa Fe engineers and firemen. The
movement was a surprise all around.
The railroad management did not ex
pect it and the chief of the looomotive
brotherhood did not expeot it. The lat
ter expresses great surprise over the
occurrence. At 2:30 o'olook on the
afternoon of the 15th the grievance
committee of the brotherhood, in oon
ference with the general officers of the
Santa Fe, stated that tbe engineers had
no grievanoe and at 3:50 the came after1
noon the general manager of the road
was notified that all his engineers would
quit work at four o'olook—ten minutes
later. In oomplianoe with this notifies
tion the Santa Fe strike was precipita
ted and all its- engineers «ent out
Tbeteis existing between the manage
ment of tbe road and the brotherhood a
contraot binding tbe brotherhood not to
strike exoept upon thirty days' written
notioe to the company. The Hanta Fe
haB
kept entirely out of the Burlington
fight and has. aooepted no freight from
that line during the strike. There has
been no trouble between the oompany
and its men and the absonoe of any
oomplaints whatever plaoed the road in
a seemingly seoure position against the
suspension of its business. In the faoe
of these oonditions tbe sudden action of
the Santa Fe brotherhood furnishes a
new and inexplicable phase of the pend
ing strike and plaoes the brotherhood in
a position where an explanation is due
tbe public.
MISSOURI RIVER BRIDGTS,
the
A BUI to Dover Everything Up to
aiouth ot tbe Jim.
Washington special: The seoretary of
war has transmitted tor tbe Information
of the senate oommittee on commerce a
oommunioaiion from the ohief of en
geneers with reference to the construor
t'on of bridges aoross the Missouri river
between its month and tbe mouth of
James river in Dakota and aoross the] tj^diogen
Mississippi river between St. Paul and
Natchez. A bill is proposed providing
that any person or corporations having
lawful authority, may hereafter erect
bridges at points where the construction
thereof will sot materially affeot the in'
terests of navigation aoross these rivers
between tbe points named, on the Mis
sissippi between tbe meuth of tbe Min
nesota river and Natobez. In all high
bridges every span over the water way
between the shore lines of tbe river at a
bank full-stage shall give a clear head
room not less than that prescribed for
those over ohannel ways, and all bridges
shall be so looated that a good ohannel
oan be kept and maintained for the pas
sage of boats st all navigable seasons of
water, and one draw opening at least
shall be located over the beet and. most
convenient ohannel of the river at any
stage of water and that in all bridges
with ohannel or raft spans of draw open
ings of less than 300 feet clear ohannel
way there may be required one or more
protection piers of masonry, orib work
or piling, extending up stream 1,000 feet
or less from the oenter line of the bridge.
All draw spans shall be operated by
steam or other meobanioal power. Ia
ease the opening of a draw is delayed by
roMon of tbe passing of a train after tbe
signal has been given-from a boat ready
to pass through, tbe draw shall be open-
sider Gov. Oburoh's reoommsndationa Ioonstruot a^bridge ijiider the
that if be wtuld listen to every man f1#0®
side tbe territory in these mattera, ttoerajf?r
would be no end to applications and kind of bridge and eiaot lotion
trouble.
W
The general manager of tbe Milwaukee 1
.^v 1 .. .. ...7.•. ..
"^l papers haTing wide oiraulation
St, Louis, Ohicago, Qoinoy, Peoria,
Keokuk, Davenport, Dubuque, La.
v«Jftl
»-8LsaHi
J£*
But we do think that we have the best
list of choice City property to be found in
Yankton. Call at our office and inspect our
list and you will be convinced of that fact.
7S£|We have a few special bargains in city lots
Dakota is the same as the bill introdao- that must be closed out at once as thev
dry amendmente, mostly affecting the ftTfi Oil til© DlSirKCt £lt pilCCS tfa.3t WG Will
you for a few days only also choice
acre property, and improved and unim
proved thisgand adjoining!
countys. Will' rs^hange some improved
city property for a good farm near Yank
toil.
FOGERTY & CARE'S
Real Estate Headquarters.
KO. 222, West Ililrd Street, Yankton, Dakota-
over the Illinois or Das Plaines riverb. I rheumatism of ten years' "standing."
OompanloB or persons owning, oontroil
ing or operating bridges authorized by
this aot shall maintain at their own ex
pense, from sunset to sunrise througb
out,the season of navigation, such lights
and other signals on the bridges as may
be required by tbe lighthouse board for
the security of navigation. All railroad
oompanies desiring tbe use of any of
these bridges shall have equal rights and
privileges relative to the passage of
railway trainB or oars over the same and
the approaobes thereto, upon payment
of a reasonable compensation tor Buch
use, to be determined by the secretary
of war, unless satisfactory terms can be
agreed upon by tut dge and railroad
parties. Safe and suitable passage
ways thereon may be constructed for
foot passengers and vehioles of every
description at a reasonable oharge for
toll for use thereof. AH ohadges and
alterations in these bridges shall be
made under direction of tbe secretary of
war and at tbeir own. expense by tbe
oompany or persons owning or oper
ating the bridges, and all the bridges
are to be built under tbe general super
vision of tbe secretary pf war. All per
missions granted by tbe seoretary of war
under the provisions of «hia aot for
constructing bridges shall be null itnd
void if said construction bs not aotually
oommenoed within one year and oom
pleted within three years from date of
permission.
The seoretary of war, upon examina
tion, finds that the provisions of senate
bill 275 to authorize the oonttruotion of
bridges at the points mentioned, are
such that before expressing the opinion
of his office, it is deemed advisable that
the bill be oonBide.red by a board of
engineer effioers whose large experience
has rendered then! familiar with the
navigation of these rivers and the re
quirements effected by tbe bill, and tbe
engibger offloer of tbe army accordingly
recommended it to such a board.
Offensive breath vanishes with tbe use
of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy.
Launching W» Balloons.
Tbe Argonaut: Balloons destined for
tbe Italian army in Africa ware tried
recently in the presence ot several
Frenoh and foreign offioers and aero
nauts. One ia to be used at night, and
oarries a lamp equal to seventy oandles
in power. Eaoh balloon, with its ap
purtenances, is coiled up in a box and
plaoed in a four-wheeled vehicle, at tbe
back of which is a pally wbioh lets out
the cable and aots as an anohor. The
cables are interlaced with wires, wbiob
enables telephonic and telegraphic oom
muniostion to be kept up witb tbe aero*
Dents. As water is soaroe in the Soudan,
where the balloons will be used, a gen'
erating machine for the man ufaoture of
gas wiil be establisned at
Naples, and tbe gas will be paeked in
steel tubes and oarried away for earn
pSignlng purposes. Forty tubes w.ill
suffioe for the inflation of the balloons.
Tho recent experiment wss successful,
the balloons being worked by six men.
Facta Worth Knowing.
In all diseases of tho Basal muooos mem
brane the remedy used must be non-iriitating.
'1'he medical profession has been slow to learn
this. Methtaft satisfactory oan be aoeomp
lished with douches, snuffs, powders, syringes,
Mtringents, or any similar application, beoaasc
they arn all irritating, do not thoroughly reaoh
the apeeUd svfaoes and shoul be abandoned
as worse than fail ares, A multitude of per
sons whs have tor /ears borne all the worry
and pain that catarrh oan intttor, testify to
radical and permanent cures wrought by Ely's
OrSam Balm.
Which Was in Baconer Shakespeare.
The anthorship of ths dramatio prodaotions
attributed to the last of the above named is
agitating literary circles to tho very oeatre,
bat affects the practiosl masses far less than
tbe momentous question, how to regain or
preserve health, that essential of bodily and
mental, activity btuinees sitocess and tho
"-inrsait of happiness." We oan th'ow for
ire light oa this latter subject than the most
SrstfoundShake'
ri
proponni
ed for tbe pssssge for sooh boat before INM
another train is-Allowed to pass oTer. m&lftrU tbxeatecii oraffi^ots. that it neatcnHscB
1
nor sfiall tbere be any nnneoessary delay
in the passage of trains over tbe bridge.
Section 19 provides that nny authors*
zed person, company or corporation-in­
an°h
taction,*tw^g
Oroasa apd St. Paul, for bridges ore*
^'railroaddenies thenpott thateototrAqtetUt» Misaiaaip^.jivei aboia took six bottles, and naacozed of
oan on the question
JUthe system la depleted,
the nerves shakjr if indigestion or co&stiptii
bothers one at tipies, or qonstafttly if the skin
is yellow and tongue furred as in biliousness
if there are premonitory twinges of onoouing
rheumatism or neuralgia if the kidneys are
tbe pouon And fortifies the Byatem,
44,6
FOB DYSPEPSIA and Liver Com
plaint, yoa have a printed cuarantee on
every bottle of Shiloh's Vitsllzer. It never
fails te core Bold ty B. M. Ward, drugtfst.
The' Verdict Unantmoua.
W. D. Suit, druggist), Bippm, Ind^ tee
tifies: "I can ireoommend Electrio Bitters
a» *e very best* remedy. Every bottle
sold has given reliaf in every cijre. One
„v ...,:l... ....
NUMBER 281
»i j.
*ii
Abraham Hare, druggist, Bellville, Ohio,
affirms: "The best selling medclae It
have ever htndled in my 30 years' experi
ence, Is Electric Bitters." Thousands of
others have added their testimony, so that
th(j verdict is unanimous that Electric
Bitters do cure all diseases of the Liver,
Kidneys or Blood. Only a hall1 a dollar
a bottle at Purdy Brechi's.
BuekUm'o JLrntca naive.
Ths best Salve in th« world for Outs,
Bruises, Sores, Uloars, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter. Ohapped Hands, Obllblain
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and1 pos
itively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money reiunded. Price 36 oentB per box.
For Sale by the Bxoelsior Drag Store of
Pordy &Breoht
ABE YOU MADE miserable by Indiges
tion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Ap
petite. Yellow SkiD Shllob's Vitullzer is
a positive oure. Sold by R. M. Ward,
Advice to Mathers.
Are yon disturbed at night and brpken
of your rest by a siok child suffering and
crying with pain of eatgng teeth If so,
Jend at onoe and get a bottle of
Una. Wnrsiiow'8
Boothisg Btbcp
for
Children Teething. Its value is lnoalou?
lnble. It will relieve the poor little suf
ferer immediately. Depend upon it,
mothers, there is no miBtake about it
It cures dysentery and diarrhoea, regu
lates tbe stomach and bowels, nores
wind eolio, softens the gums, reduoea in
flammation sad gives tone and energy
to the whole system.
Mrt. Wbwlov'aJ
ii»othing Syrup for OMldrtn Teething »s^
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescript
ion of one of tbe oldest nurses and
best female phyi"iouua in the United
States, and is for sale by all druggists
throughout the world. Price twenty
five cents a bottle.
Dissolution.Notice.
11^HK
partnership heretofore existing be
-A. tween the members ot Oox, Odio'oe fc
January 11,1888.
Oa.
doine business at the oity of Yankton, Dakota,
has this day been dissolved by mutual consout.
O. W. Oox retires 'frum the1 partnership and
the business will be conducted by the other
members ther. at. All liabilities are assumed
by the remaining partners.
OOX. ODIOBNE 4 OO
C. H. GRIMWOOD,
•33
-ANO-
Oontraotor
for Brickwork,
Plaetering.
Stone and
W-Besidenoo and Offloe West JTonrth Street,
Yankton, D. T.
Wm. M. PoweFS,
Feed and Sale Stable1fi.
Opposite Morrison Hotel,
OATITiXi BTBBOX,—^....tASKTOH, D.
BVAgent for Oolnmbus nnggg.
jps
Moldenhaur & Simmons.
STAB RB8TABUANT.
A first class meal on short notice apd'at
all houre. Oysters ip every style.
And will keep a fall Line of Osndits and
OonfoctiQnery, and fmita, Xobaooo and tHgars.
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