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THE NORTH PLATTE SEMi-WEEKLY TR1BWET FRIDAY EVENING, " AUGUST 30, "I&5.
A. F. STREITZ
"Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils,
Corner of Spruce and Sixth-sts.
The North Side Grocer.
FLOUR and FEED.
a Share of lour Irade.
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. VTfflriHI Wtpms'W.-
vwr I Seasonable J
1 PRICES LOW. j
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WINDOW GLSS, VARNISHES, GOLD LEAF, GOLD
PAINTS, BRONZES, ARTISTS' COLORS AND BRUSHES, PIANO AND
FURNITURE POLISHES, PREPARED HOUSE AND BUGGY PAINTS,
KALSOMINE MATERIAL, WINDOW SHADES.
ESTABLISHED JULY 1868. .... 310 SPRUCE STREET.
N0ETH : PLATTE : PHARMACY,
Dr. N. McOABE, Prop., J. E. BUSH, Manager.
"We aim to liandle tlie Best G-rades of
G-oods, sell tliem at Reasonable
Ug-rares, and "Warrant EvervtMiig
Orders from the country and along the Hue of the Union
Pacific railway respectfully solicited.
JOS. F. FILLION,
v Steam and Gas Fitting.
? Apool and Saweragea Specialty. Comr and Galvanized Iron Cor
nioe. Tin and Iroa'Roofincs.
t sU f arawksd. Repairing of
Wisest sample eoom
Haring refitted our rooms in jtbe finest of style, the public
is invited to call and see us, insuring courteous treatment.
f inest Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.
Our billiard hallis supplied ifch the best make of tables
and combefcent attendants
a Hira'S BLOCK, OPPOSITE
-:- MACHINE OILS,
Our Goods are Guaranteed Fresh, our
Prices are as Low as the Lowest We
insure Prompt Delivery. We Solicit
A Fine Line of Piece
Goods to select from.
First-class Fit. Excel
IIS X 3iT Gr
all kinds receiye prompt attention
ween Fiffck and Sixth,
is north platte
will supply all your wants.
x'flE M I9X PACIFJP PEPOT
IRA It. BARE, Editor and Proprietor
One Year, cash in advance, $1.25.
Six Months, cash Is advance 75 Cents.
Entered sttheNort&Platte ( Nebraska) postoffice as
Ax excursion of real estate
agents from Ohio, Illinois and
Indiana visited " Nebraska last
week. After touring- the state they
departed for their homes flying a
banner bearing the words: "We
Are From, the East; We Have Seen
Nebraska; She CanFeed the World.
Judge Caldwell, of the United
States circuit court at Leaven
worth has signed the decree order
ing the foreclosure and sale of the
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe
Railroad, -which was in the hands
of receivers. Just when the wind
ing up process on the union Pa
cific will begin is not known, al-
though it may be ordered at any
According to press reports
Omaha's fiscal condition is in a
very unsatisfactory it not serious
condition. The Lincoln Journal's
suggestion of having the city treas
urer to chalk down "upon a black
board the balances in the several
funds, for the inspection of the city
council prior to its meeting, is a
sod one. This might be a good
plan to adopt in several other
It is now said that the refusal of
the treasury department to pay the
sugar bounty is part of a. deep laid
scheme of the "ad ministration to
upon all sorts of gov
ernmental bounties, which is to be
used as the democratic campaign
slogan next year. It is said the
steamship companies, whose con
tracts expire November 1st, and
who Tiave been subsidized, to carry.
tIyiUMttedrstate& mails Willie
Tjina railroad' Gazette tells a story
: about government management of I
null ays in Germany that - may
terest the numerous Americans
who want private ownership to bej
abolished in this country rigrlit
away, we oeneve tnar ine story
to be verified before it is ac-
ceptcd as an actual fact, but here it
' a A ; A.
is us given: "an American irav-
olirinp !n flormntir fnnl' liic reliefs i-r
the forwarding office at a station,
and while a receipt was in prepara-
tion asked the rate to the point
to which it was to be sent. Sur
prised at the charge, he -teH the
agent that he had changed his
mind. 'But sir, I have begun to
make out the receipt; you cannot
change your mind.' The passenger
then gave his reason, the excessive
rate. 'I will have you arrested, sir.'
Another American replied to a sim
ilar threat, 'I would like to see you
have me arrested,, but in the end
the unfortunate man forfeited
twelve hundred dollars bail rather
than await the serious chances of a
There were several encounters
on the floor of the convention," was
the casual but interesting informa
tion given by the Associated Press
dispatches concerning the Ohio
democratic convention. It is really
too bad that the crusade for free
silver threatens to brincr about
such a sanguinary conflict all along
the line. It. is surprising that in
Ohio, cultured and educated Ohio,
the democrats do not have the good
sense to noia two conventions.
Let them separate themselves info
two distinct sections or factions j
and keep away from each other.
One man cannot flffht. A fight al-
ways presumes the presence of two
belligerents. The way to have president. What a glorious cam
harmony is to do the way they" do paign it would be, waged upon the
in Nebraska. Here each faction record ot Mr. Olney against the
holds its own county and state con- 'trusts, and of the administration
vention. Personal encounters are rainsf Minp-oism.1' N. Y. World
avoided; there is no blood shed and
no unseemly conduct. Let the
democrats of the nation look to
Nebraska for harmony. Here you
find the most amiable brand to be
discovered anywhere in the wide,
wide world. Nebraska democrats
have agreed to disagree, and that
settles it. Fremont Tribune.
What a fertile soil will do under
favorable -conditions is illustrated
by Nebraska. Not a year ag-o her
sister states were sending contribu
tions to enable her citizens to live
through the winter. Farms were
worthless in many sections because
there were no buyers at any price.
Some owners even abandoned their
homes, more than satisnea to oegin
tlie struggle' again elsewhere, with
Llil- fta , , ..,
empty hands but with an even
. -it 1- t IS I
chance. Now a wheat crop ot la,-
000,000 bushels has been secured,
about 30,000,000 bushels of oats are
nearly ready for sale, and 180,000,
000 bushels of corn are almost
beyond the danger of frost. It is
not the money which will be. re
ceived ror tnese crops wmcn meuns i
the benefit to the farmers. The j
$40,000,000 which these products
are estimated to be worth is but
fraction of the eventual profit to
the farmer. This amount will be
received in cash, and will be noted
because readily, available. The
greatest value of the crop to the
farmers will come from the restore.
tion of values to the lands because
of Nebraska's restored -: reputation
as an agricultural and grazin
state. This addition to their
wealth will be unnoticed by its
beneficiaries generally, but it can
be readilv determined by a com-
parison of the price which he can
obtain to-dav.: with the price he
could have obtained last year. St.
Paul Pioneer Press.
Dr. Wylie, of Pittsburg, says im
pure water may be made wholesome
by electrocuting it. The number of
volts it would take to purify Chica
go river but then the Chicago river
is not water. K. C. Journal.
Much as we dislike to penetrate
tlie future we would very much like
to know what the esteemed Atlanta
Constitution would do about it if the
democrats should nominate Grover
Cleveland on a gold platform next
year? 'Washington Star.
Napoleon was a very able man,
and, if he could have received the
advice of those who are pointing out
in 4895 the mistakes he made at
Waterloo, would'bavebeen great.
During twenty-four years of re
publican ascendency the average re
duction of the public debt was $79,-
000,000 a year. The deficit under
the present administration has been
$57,000,000 a year. The change in
the wrong direction is $136,000,000
a year. A fourth nomination for
Grover 4s possible, but a third term
is not. St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
It is evident that no good western
man can reach the democratic nom
ination by the Senator Hill indorse-
possible place t
spoiling. Inter Ocahi-
Colorado is arrangiMg-
nual sunflower c&xvfa
oeattnetUDe rose hks
tonhole bouquet, jir;afd gold
color will makeAjftlijK," sunflower
I J J? r52l.cTH.3l J.t- -
siignuy at a aiscounir.: inline Len-
I fori run 1 cf-n f a ' "
g0iQ over Burope.4lyjar than
cans are to-day in iJBunme who, if
questioned, would 0$ldp.i intense
ignorance of their 6
The Chicacro arc!
ect who can
not build' a horse abwtoir is out of
it these days. Pig;fens and pork
slaughter-houses afnolonger the
highest examplespfWindy' City
architecture. St. Louis Star Say
Mr. FitzsimmonsvKois to carry
on that debate witfiMr. Corbett,
has been naturalizedJxahd is now a
full-fledg-ed American citizen. It
will not do for lii-t allow any
man to pull his uosenow.
might answer for a?Bntisli subject,
that Mr. Clevelandidoes
not care a
rap about the future of his party,
and that he wQiUdireally prefer to
see the republicans win in order to
emphasize the greatness of theonly
democratic president in more than
the third of a'century. Portland
It was reserved for a mugwump
newspaper, the once famous and
still interesting Springfield Repub
lican, to urge the nomination by
the democrats of Richard Olney for
The discharged .Chicago street
car horses are tryingltp pass them
selves off on European customers
as prime roast beef ,This country
will yet get'evenjfor1776 and 1812.
Cleveland World. -
Tlie Marquis of Queensbeny,
after making a carefal investigation
into the character and antecedents
of the Awerio6 wife of his son,
Lord Douglas, has decided that she
is "fit to take ier place in the
ranks of Britisk aristocracy," and
she will be accordingly welcomed as
i member of hi family: But can
Lord DoHglas American wife afford
it? She was, prior.to ker marriage,
and orofcably iyet, .waitress in
a California concert 'Ipll. Can a
waitresaii a mmtar camo afford
waitres&ii a ipiniar camp afford
to be own WVthe British
i. .;2 1 j .
it? Is the
lady not takf
PART OF THE OYERfcAND
St, Joe and Grand Island Remains
With the Parent System.
0KDEE IS FILED IN OMAHA.
Jsdga Sanaerm of the United States Circuit
Csnrt Names Receivers to Look After
tke Property and Defines Their
Omaha, Aug. 29. The order of Judge
Sanborn, of the United States circuit
court, in the case of the Central Trust
company of New York against the St.
Joseph and Grand Island Bailroad com
pany has been filed in the circuit court
for Nebraska in this city.
The hearing comes up at St. Paul on
Monday on the application of the Cen
tral Trust company for the appointment
of separate receivers to succeed the re
ceivers of the Union Pacific, who have
control of that road. The Centeal Trust
TBompany is trustee of $7,000,000 of bonds
under the first mortgage. The present
receivers were appointed under the
Ames "preservative" bill.
Judge Sanborn's order provides that
S. H. H. Clark, Oliver W. Mink, E.
Ellery Anderson, Frederick R. Coudert
and John W. Doane aie appointed re
ceivers of all the property, railroad
lines and franchises of the St. Joseph
and Grand Island railroad, and directed
to maintain and operate such lines and
property until otherwise ordered by tho
court, as a part of the Union Pacific
system. Officers, agents and employes
of the St. Joseph and Grand Island are
instructed to obey and,, conform to such
orders as may be given to them from
time to time by the receivers.
Within 90 days from the date of en
tering upon their duties the receivers
shall file with Special Master Cornish a
report covering from their entrance
upon the discharge of their duties until
Nov. 1, 1895; showing in detail their ad
ministration of their trust. Prom the
receipts from the operation of the road
the receivers shall pay current expenses,
taxes on the mortgaged property and
all sums due intercepting railway lines
arising from interchange of business.
iBTolTes Title to Accretion IahiI.
Sioux City, Aug. '29. An import
ant case involving tho title to accretion
lasd has Dee filed iiL the d&fcriet oowrfc
here. Whea the govenuMet Mswy
was made a bayoa, oy&t 000
oa it as pwiwint jmkL A.
low, who owns the land on both
sides of it, now asks that the settlers be
evicted on the ground that it is accre
tion land and belongs to him. There
are many hundred acres in the county
over which there is a similar dispute,
and this case will be made a test.
General Wallace Had Not Heard of It.
CrawfobdsvilIiE, Ind., Aug. 29.
General Lew Wallace has declared very
emphatically that he never heard until
yesterday of his rumored succession to
the position of congressional librarian.
Ho is not a candidate, and would not
accept the place under any. considera
tion. General Wallace also said that
the old library as it now stands is a hot
bed of disease and pestilence.
Deputies Still on Duty.
St. Joseph, Aug. 29. Notwithstand
ing the statements that the trouble at
St. Peter's and St. Paul's Polish Catho
lic church had been patched up, the
deputy sheriffs on duty there have not
been withdrawn, and Father Moron
says they will remain on duty. The
latter's life has been threatened by the
warring faction, notwithstanding he
has a guard. One of the leaders in the
fight said to the pastor: "The "czar of
Russia had a bodyguard, yet ho was as
sassinated." Sweet Wine Indtutry of California.
San Francisco, Aug. 29. Official re
turns have been received at the internal
revenue office in San Francisco which
show that the sweet wine industry of
California is increasing faster than any
enterprise fostered by the federal gov
ernment, and that California ranks first
among the states of the union in this in
dustry. Mexico City Shaken.
Mexico City, Aug. 29. There were
several light shocks of earthquake yes
terday and last night. The subterran
ean shocks at Hiponet, on the coast of
Oaxaca, aud the sea is violently dis
turbed at each quake, and loud roarings
are heard under tho water, frightening
Kaiser Buying Thoroughbreds.
Lexington, Ky., Aug. 29. An agent
of the German government has bought
ir:l r ...
ui JiiiKo xju Tv orixiuu ino greac mare
Martha Wilkes, 2:08, 12 years old, by
Alcyone, dam Ella Try Clark Chief. He
is also negotiating for the purchase of a
number of other brood mares.
Gold Still Goefl Abroad.
New York, Aug. 29, Messrs. Cross-
man & Bro. will ship $1,000,000 in gold
on Saturday. The government bond
indicate has deposited $1,500,000 in the
tubtreasury, taking therefor legal ten
iers. Will Grant Amnesty to All.
Rio de Janeiro, Aug. 29. The sen
lenate confirmed tho project of the gov.
ernment giving amnesty to all engaged
In the revolution in Rio Grande do Sol.
Minliter San' Mother Dead.
Columbus, O., Aug. 29. Mrs. James
Dnu, mother of Edwin Dun, United
States minister to Japan, died during
the night near New London, O.
Mardercd fey Unknown Parti m.
Iron Mountain, Mich., Aug. 29.
John Knutson was mnrdered by un
known parties on Main street last night.
Editor Bobert A, S'arck
Nsw York, Aug. 29. Robert A.
Burch, managing editor of the Broolc
lyn Eagle, died at the age of
Xsmb, the PlajTijkt, Sakttes.
Paris, Ang. 39. Hippolyto Raman,
the playright, com mi 1 41 sbJcJa
shooting himself with a wtoItot,
Chler Xtjiortid I Imm,
London, Ar. 9. The Timw reports
a oaaa of cioltca in Waadgworth, Loa
Foe mle, a good hwivy work team.
at th Witeox Dept. -Store.
4 'Mlc mMlw.B
Highest-of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
NEW MEAT IXSrSanOK ORDX8.-
Rales Laid, Dewa by Seer etary Morten te
lrotect Farelgn Consnmers,
Washington, Aug. 29 An important
order giving full protection to foreign
consumers of American meat products
was issued by Secretary Morton. It
will prevent the exportation of any beef
that is not inspected, and will cause the
exporters of house meats, to mark, the
packages so that tha" nature of the con
tents shall be apparent. The order fol
"It is ordered that from and afte.:
Sept. 16, 1895, all beef offered for expor
tation, whether fresh, salted, canned,
corned or "packed, shall be accompanied
by a certificate showing that the cattle
from wnich it was produced were found
free from disease and the meat sound
and wholesome by an inspector of this
department. And in order that it may
"be determined whether all beef exported
has been so inspected and found to be
sound and wholesome, it is further or
dered that, the meat of all other species
of animals, which for any reason does
not bear the inspection tag3 and stamps
of this department, shall be packed in
barrels or packages, -which are legibly
I marked in such manner as to clearly in
dicate the species of animal from which
the meat was produced. Meat whioh is
not so marked and which is not accom
panied by a certificate of inspection
will be classed as uninspected beef and
will not be allowed exportation.
"Notice is hereby given to exporters
of meat, whether said meat is fresh,
salted, canned, corned, packed or other
wise prepared, and to owners and agents
of vessels upon which said meat is ex
ported, that no clearance can be given
to any vessel having on board said meat!
until the provisions of this order are
"J. Steeling Morton,
"Secretary of Agricultw.'
Cax vac Haxttm
t j JakMH. form
LDfC,i ..1At Popdkt
XyaatioR SoirJWW;--Allea was
tted permanent chairman, and after
numerous speeches the convention ad
journed until evening.
When the committee on platform and
resolutions reported a spirited debate
ensued over the plank indorsing initia
tive and referendum. A. A. Bryani
presented a minority report, in which
all reference to these were left out.
Alexander Irvine of Douglas called
attention to its beneficial results in tho
cantons of Switzerland. The platform
as reported by the majority and adopted
We, the People's party of the state of
Nebraska, in convention assembled, do
put forth the following platform of
We hereby reaffirm tho principles of
the Omaha platform.
We declare ourselves in favor of strict
economy in conducting the affairs c
the state government in all its branches.
We believe the judicial, affairs of tho
state should be conducted on the princi
ples of justice and honesty, without
partisan bias, and in the interests of the
The Omaha platform had recom
mended the initiative and referendum.
It was the intention of Bryant's minor
ity report to adopt the Omaha platform,
minus this recommendation. Upon this
point the debate waxed warmed. The
referendum won. Then a resolution de
claring the party opposed to establishing
a religious test for office was adopted.
It declares for a public school system of
a nousectarian character.
Cleric Inherits a Fortune
Kansas City, Aug. 29. After a long
search Carl Steffens, a clerk in an im
plement houso here, and heir to. Jar go
estates in Europe, has been found and
apprised of his good fortune. Last May
the polioo received a letter from the au
thorities of Meri-on-the-Mosel, Rhine
province, Germany, asking information
of his whereabouts and stating ho had
fallen heir to an immense estate in
Sestractlve Cyclone at Syracasa.
Syracuse, N". Y., Ang. 29. A cy
clonn of hail, wind and rain struck this
city at 5 o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
The Etorni caused the greatest damage
la tlie center ox the city, trolley cara be
ing blockaded aud telephone, olsotrio.
kjliv uuu uuui. muiiu. wirca UQIIig
blown down. At the anhaal fair of tho
lAhnn . rt nl.i.... J . v .
Stato Agricultural society at Lakeside,
tnousanas or uouars worfcn of property
The happiest man I ever knew
was one who all day long- stood
straight up for Nebraska and sang-
her praise in song-. No matter
where her footsteps led, nor who
was round about, nor if all else but
he had fled, 'twas joy to him to
shout the praise of the prairie
state, with all his might and main,
and when the wheels are all run
down to wind them up again. He'd
never been a pjous man, but oft of
him 'tis said a harp was placed
within his hand as soon as he was
dead, and that amid the happy
throng bayond the shining- shore he
plays and sings Nebraska's praise,
and will forcvermore. Kearney
On August 29th, '-September 10th
and 24th, 1895. the Union Pacific
system will sell tickets from Mis
souri river points and stations in
Kansas and Nebraska, to all points
in Idaho, at rate of one class stand
ard fare for the round tripT See
your nearest Union Pacific ticket
agent. E-. Lomax. Gen'l Pass,
and Ticket Agent, Omaha, Neb.
Mff OFFICERS mk
Trillium Warren lame Thomas. Sac
ceeds Hugh 3IcCnrdj,
PITTSBURG- GETS THE NEXT.
Triennial Conelave Completes Its Wecktat
iostoa Exodus of Sir Knights Begiaa.
Many FleasHre Excursions and JC
eeptioas Darin? the Day.
Boston, Aug. 29. Dull gray sky-and
rain soaked earth rather discouraged
the Knights Templar when they turned
out for the day. Black and white plumes
and- tightly fitting uniform coats are
giving way rapidly to fatigue caps and
bnosess smite, and. the Sir Knights have
settled dowa to sigkt seeing.
The seedon of the grand encampment
was recpeaed at Masonic temple at 10
a. m., whe& the election of officers was
taken p. Right Eminent William
Warren Larue Thomas of Kentucky
was elected grand master to succeed Sir
Hugh McCurdy. Two hundred and one
votes were cast, of which the successful
candidate received 295. Very Eminent
Sir Resbea H. Lloyd of Saa Fra&cisco
was elected depaty grand coounader.
Pittebarg was decided upos at the
next conclave city.
The cooclavs of the woaaen's MaaMiie
organisation, the Order of the Emwi
Star, was formally opened at TJtam
Oat of townexersions have beta at
n-MMroaa tmd attractive a oa
dar. QeWoa Gate comaattctory of
Fraae&ob yiitod BrocWea, whM
bars wm eattrtahw iba
San., on. a
wMMrli far' a'
witfe tneir mmm, wf
at Lowell by th
western Telegraph fltiC
9ay. Laneheoc. waa
Tiew aa tiwpiMty '
the Merriia rtwr
which place Um
Bos km. SoBM'ot ifct
manderiea and tbee from
aada, visited "W areoetog a? tfce tJs of
the Worcester eeny i
Tonight the exodaa of nigk4i-1e-gan,
several cowHaaderies loaviaffoc
home. Laxga aabers will go tior
row, hut many e the delefatieai, P
cially those froaa westera atotw, will
disband here at -the close of 4h"aa-'
clave, as a gzeafc&iany of taeae Kniflats
intend to resaaia in lew Euglaad for
Veterans at Baettags.
Hastings, Neb., Aug. 29. The crowd
at Camp Sherman was greatly aug
mented today. Senator Thurston aad
Senator Allen, Colonel T. J. Majors
and ex-Governor Thayer were the speak
ers. The Lexington Cadets, a company
of young ladies from Lexington, Neb.,
gave an exhibition drill. The afternoon
exercises were in the hands of the Wom
en's Relief corps and consisted mostly
of short addresses by members of the"
Barred the Ked Flaff.
Chicago, Aug. 29. The red flag,
which was to grace the procession to be
made Labor Day in honor of Koir
Hardie, tho English socialise, will not
appear, as Mayor Swift today issned
positive ordors against its being carried
through the streets. The mayor ordered
Oscar Neebe, Michael Swarfcz and other
socialist leaders brought to the city hall
and warned them against any attempt
at displaying socialist emblems.
Bennlon of the E!ghty-Fonrth Illinois.
Monmouth, Aug. 29. About 50 mem
bers of the old Eighty-fourth Illinois
volunteer infantry held the 13th annual
reunion of that regiment here. Some
of them came from Missouri, Iowa and
Kansas. Stirring speeches were made
favoring tho placing of flags over school
houses and all public buildings. CajH
tain C. Zoll of Vermont was elected"
president of tho association.
Satolli Considering Protest.
Washington, Aug. 29. The protests
against the manufacture and sale of
beer by the Benedictines of St. Vincent
abbey of Beatty, Pa., is under consider'
ation by Archbishop Satolli. A second
protest has been received here, this time
coming from a temperance society of
Buffalo, of which Rev. Father Zorcher
"aonnd" Money Campaign In Missouri.
Jefferson City, Aug. 29. The Dem
ocrats who favor what is generally
called sound money have opened their
campaign with a speech delivered here
by Mr. Fred W. Lehman of St. Louis,
general attorney of the Burlington rail
road. Evangelist Chapman In a New Place.
Fort Wayne, Aug. 29. J. Wilbur
Chapman, an evangelist of national
fame, has accepted the management of
the Winona, summer Bible school at
Eagle Lake, Ind. This school is to be
similar to that of Dwight L. Moody's at
Coarention of loira Eadeavorers.
Mason City, Aug. 29. The ninth-
annual convention of the Northern Iowa
Young People's Society of Christian En
deavor was in session at Clear Lake.
Tho day was devoted to sociological
Cearentloa ef SplritsaUets CaUed. ij.
Washington Aug. 29. A call for cheM
annual convention of the NationalJ
Spiritualists' association of the United'"
States and Canada, to bo held here Oct.
15, 16 and 17, has been issued by Prwl-,
dent-Harrison D. Barrett.
Seber SC. Wells For GrraxBar.
. Sam Laks, Aug. 9. Tho territorial'
Republi-an convention nominated HalNC
tiro tC mlk-
ifitlainii ft jjn nlti mEmKt
waa wqpii. an, in - , -jyatfS-
M. Weils for governor.
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