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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 22 January 1875

J. H. Clarion, Editor. We Lope next Congress will give citizen of the Territory the right to vote for Presi dent and Vice-President. Charles O'Conor is spoken of as a promi nent Democratic candidate for Senator from New York. ' John S. I'helpa and Frank M. Cockrcll are mentioned as prominent candidates for the U. S. Senate from MUsouri. The State of California in 1874 produced 1,340,000 pounds of tobacco of which Santa Clara county, (including San Uenito) pro duced 800,0110. The San Diego Union advocates very strongly the establishment of a military post nt that place, setting forth that the civil au thorities are not sufficient for their long line of unprotected frontier. A Washington letter to the San Francisco Bulletin says : A sensational story has been set afloat in some Eastern papers to the ef fect that Delegate McOortnick had got Pres ident Grant's order to push a "big job" through the Post-oflicc Department in con nection with the mail service between San Diego, Cal., and L...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 22 January 1875

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, JANUARY 22, 1875. Local intelligence. Lieut Koundy, nn able and etscrsctic oflicer, whose rrcs ent station is Venle, arrived yesterday anil informs u that tlic soldiers are making- a sew road up Copper caflon. lenders of the JIrxr.lt are hereby mSirmed that tho vuttidt dates of some of this week'fc"iue are wrnr, but that intidt dates are all right. JTie error in p-oin;,' to press with last week' dates was not divovert-d until sev eral hundred outsides had been worked. IFrom Wednesday's Daily.; C. lHead & Co. arc bending several head of very line beef-cattle to Mohave county. Out rcrv pood friend", C. W. Beach, command er of a very line freight train, id again in I'res cott. MoitE Rai.v. A very heavy rain, of several hours duration, fell on Preseott and vicinity last night. It raised Granite and all other creeks iu thfa vicinity. A long sheet-iron smcke-staclc, for Frederick's ouartz-iulil, has just beeu made at Brooke & Fredericks' tin-shop. I...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 22 January 1875

WEEKLY AEIZONA MINER: PEESCOTT, JANUARY 15, 1875. There is not a toien, village, military post, farm ina or mining settlement in Arizona in which the Miner tfoei not circulate, and cttpiet of it are tent to every Mate and rerrttory of the Lmon; tcucn, coupled tcith itt tine and standing, make it a very t . 1 1 j . r. j aesiraoie aacenmng meaium. TflE MlNEit has much the largest list of Sub scribers of any paper m Arizona, Southern Califor nia or yew Mexico, arid is, of course, the best ad vertising medium in this great southern belt oj country. Local Intelligence. IKrum Saturday Dally. II. AsIkt & Co., of this place, shipped, yester day, to Ebrcubcr'r, 121 6ueep sklus aim cO luae. Tbc enirlne for Fredrick's quartz mill passed through town yesterday luorulug, In one of Mil ler Bros.' freight w agozis. i We have to thank Win. M. Huflutn for sain pies of Allien dried fruit, which wt; have fouud iiood for the ttoiniich. Hilly baa lets of 'cm for for bale. Poll-tax receipts for the y...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 22 January 1875

ni.ti'iUhirj Fifty fwt in the lt nortt: exten!on cl ine uroy fcj;t J. Tomp' .oilmen.' it Bakei tcr of , .rs 2 mo1 opcne sistence, , in Prei :i daugb , to the ltTigwncitAttygj"."' -t'h tli - ,,.,-,4 WEEKLY ONA EE. rcccivi Crouk U .2 Xu IS IMC 3B IV Yi VOL. XII: PRESCOTT. ARIZONA. FSIDAY 3LVENING, JANUARY 22, 1875. NO. 3. A , . , -"alclJ -' -kom ill UCouO, IV lUU WtlC ui i ARIZ MIN 1 Alll'.OXA. ITS UXDEVELOl'ED M1XEUAL AXD AG11ICUL TlItAL WEALTH-1MMEXSE Til ACTS COC EHEU WITH WILD HEMF-ASTOXISIIIXG yield of ghaix, Furns axd vegeta- ISLES IKltlGA TIOX 'THE OX E THIXG XEED FUV'TILE 1'LACEU AXD QUAIITZ MIXES OF GOLD AXD SILVEn-THE IXD1AXS CLIMATE ETC. Corruiiondtnct San Franeira) Chroniclr, Jan. 3 Yu.ua City, A. T., Dc'i. 13. As n rule the world at large know but little of new countries, anil especially m is it re-vn.-timr Ai-.yiiii:i. its clhna'c ami its caicic- f'-"'"p " . A ities. A general i lea prevail s that the whole country in an. I about Yuma for hundrel- of miles is a barren de...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 29 January 1875

arr "i 1 win mi'Ti 'n iipiii ' w i ni i imp n miipw'i' Jtt raona titer. Yol. XII. ---So. 4. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 29, 1S75. Established 1S64. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY, Prescott, Yavapai County, Arizona, r Tlie first nnmfoer of the WEHKLT MlXKR was InsueJ on March 9, nml in this, it twelfth y-ar, it can, with truth, claim to bo the oldest, largest and beat ceivi pajr In the 1 erntory. Subscription Hates: On Copy, One Year " Six Months " Three Months Single Copies. S7.00 4.00 2.50 25 Ltgal Tender Wolct taken at par in payment for tub tcrtpUon, adccrtiitngandjob tenrfc. PsTEltMS. In advance inrariahJy. Address nil orders and letters to " THE MINEf." Prescott, Arizona. Rev. G. A. Recder is preaching in Tucsun Small-nox is raging violently in New York. It is reported that Dr. Tonnerwill take up the practice or medicine m ban 1 rancisco. The Atchison, Topcka and Santa Fe R. R is to be extended, this Spring, from Granada, its present terminus, to I...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 29 January 1875

- . T. II- IVIm-ion, ISditor. VALEDICTORY. Having disposed of the Aiuzocca Mi.vek to Mr J. Butler, ray connection with, the paper; as editor, proprietor, Ac., ceases with the present issue ; and before proceeding farther, I hereby tender ray most grateful thanks to all who have, in any way, assisted myself and tho M 1x1:11 during the seven years and three months or more, that liavc intervened since I purchased the paper from 3Ir McCormick, who founded it in March, 1804. The first number of " Marion's Miner," a name which many of my friends have called it, was issued September 21, 1SG7, with con siderable misgiving on my part concerning the manner in which its supporters and the public would rcceivo it. My doubts were soon dispelled. The paper was well and fa vorably received and has ever since been looked upon, by all good Arizonans and friends of Arizona all over the world as a true and valuable exponent of the Territory, its people and resources. Its subscription list, which, at t...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 29 January 1875

WEEKLY ABIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, JANUARY 29, 1875. Local Intelligence. From "Wednesday'! Daily.; The California mail waoa which arrived on Monday Lad no passengers. The cars of our sprightly little friend, Leonard, and those of his intelligent compauion.Tip, were seen above the snow this morning, gracefully vrajlnr across the plaza toward the reslauraut. Major Osilby called at the Miner ofllce this morning with tome of hi Indian scouts. Major Ogllby is an excellent odicer and has done good service in clearing the country of renegade Tontos. It has been wisely suggested that our city fath ers secure the services of Mr Bert Foster, the civil engineer, to survey out a practicable route for foot passengers over the crossing of Monte zuma and Gurley streets from Moeller's corner to Head & Co's store. Mark W. Musgrove, Eeq., who was admitted to the bar at this place at the last term of the District Court, intends to try his luck in the practice of the law in Mohave county. Mr Musgrove ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 29 January 1875

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, JANUARY 29, 1875. SHOCKING MEN There is not a (own, villaae, military post, farm ing or mining settlement in Arizona in which the Miner does not circulate, and copies of it are sent to ecery mate ana i armory oj uie. union ; wmcn, coupled with its aye and standing, make it a very aesiraoie aacenuiug meuium. TnB Minsk has much the largest list of Sub scribers of any paper in Arizona, Southern Califor nia or yew Mexico, and is, of course, the best ad- 7' il a i t -i - Venning meaium m 1113 great souinern uen uj country. Local Intelligence. From Saturday' Daily. J Lieut Roundy, Win. Head and Geo. Ilancc left for the Vcrdc this morning. Charley Beach started for his home In EIrkland Valley this morning. T. J. Butler accompanied mm, on a snort visit. The buckboard which left here last evening earned oil tiro passengers Messrs. Lanj; and cbber discharged soldiers, who co to Call- fofnia. Mrs. Bcrklay and her cousin, Mr. Rutherford, iiavc moved into tue t lo...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 5 February 1875

1 1 II .1 1 . .....JI 1 5 .ii : 'Uf. .' ! r 'tM'MH '0 tuottft Vol. xn. No. 5. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 5, 1875. Established 1S64; r THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, ....uv.... T J" . jB XJ T L E R. The first number of the WEEKLY MlXF.H rvns insuojon March 0, JeGl. ""1 n this. R twelfth yir, it can, with truth, claim to lc the oldest, largest ami best imtvu pajxriu the Territory. Subscription Rates: One Copy, One Year " SlxMuntlm " Three .Months Single Copies S7.00 . 4.00 - 2.50 or. Advertising Rates. One inch H2 lino of this type), in column. 63.00 for first Insertion anil per inch "tor each additional insertion. A liberal discount from above rates vlll be mnile to ht son who advertise largely by the year, half year or quarter. I-rofr-iionfd and biuineM cards inserted upon reasona ble term. IVrsons srndinir ii money frttubrriptinf ndvertl'ini: or job work, may forward it b stall, or otherwife, at their own risk. I.tgal Tthdrr Xolet talcen at jxxr t" paym...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 5 February 1875

'Si . 7 'X. .T. liittler. Editor- SZST All account for cuhcrtuing andt- tcrtjjtion Khidi became due on or before the Jtrn day of February, and all bills for legal adver tisements vhich appeared in the Miner prior to that date are payable to John . Marion. All account accruing since that dale are payable to T. J. BufUr, (he present jrroprietor, SALUTATORY. As tie patrons of the Arizo.va Mixer arc r r t.i II. Marlon Id last week's issue, I have pur 1 -S jT. a 1 1 I . 1 ir I cuascu inc paper, togeiucr wuu lUC oiuct, material, property upon which it is situated, good will, etc I hare taken possession of the premises, and with this number enter upon the duties of editor and proprietor. Custom indicates, and a decent respect for those upon nhmn rre are dependent for sup port, recjaircs, perhaps, that I should make manliest some ot the rules Mat are jo gov era the conduct of the paper under ray man agement. This will be found, in thecbangc able condition of everything pertaining to Arizona...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 5 February 1875

WEEKLY ARIZONA MUSTER: PRESCOTT, FEBRUARY 5, 1875. Local Intelligence. Tun Condition of tiie Roads. The reader wLo has not traveled the roads leadiu out of Prcscott, during or since the storm of last week, may form an Idea of their etmdhion from onr experience in coining from Skull Valley, on the buckboard, on Thursday and Friday, which of course included Thursday night. Iu the first place, the ground was thoroughly saturated with rain, then came-a fall of soft, wet, slushy enow, and ou top of that, a layer of dry snow, the latter thawed a little on top during the day, and froze at night, forming a crust; this the horses had to break with tbeir feet, not only, but were obliged to drag tho wheels through it on cither side, besides the mud and slush beneath, which were enough of themselves to make trav eling very difficult. The fact that the night was bitter cold aud froze the ton of the snow to a glare of Ice, did not itftcrfcrc with the mud and snow beneath, and to say that it was a...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 5 February 1875

THE ROAD OF LIFE; Or, The Irish J'oit Boy. O, youth, happy youth! wbat a blessing! In tuy freshness of dawn and of dew, When hope the youn;r hcait is carceelng:, nd our griefs are hut light and but few. Hut In life, as it swiftly flies oVr us, Some musiug for sadness wc find : In youth we've our troubles before us In age we leare pleasure behind. A"c Trouble's the post boy that drives us Up hill till we pet to the top, "While joy's an old servant behind us Wc call on, forever, to stop. 0. put ou the drag, Joy, my jewel, As long a the sunset milt glows Before it is dark 't would he cruel To haste to the hill-foot's repose. But there 6tand an Inn wc raufct stop at, An extinguisher swings for the sign ; That house is but cold and but narrow But the prospect beyond it divine! And there, wheuce there's never returning, When wc travel as travel wc must May the gates be all free for our journey ! And the tears of our friends lay the dust. Tub katydid iz a kind of green grass hopper about t...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 12 February 1875

niix T53T ... - is- Yol. XII. No. G. P11ESC0TT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EMK FEBRUARY 12, 1S75. Established 1S64. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, UY Tlie first nnmher of the WEEKI.T MlN'RR rras issued on March 9. IfCI. anil in thin, it twelfth y-ar. it can, with truth, claim to be the oldest, Jargi-Kt and best news jpr in the Territory. Subscription Rates: One Copy, One Yar.. " " Kix Months " Three Months. .Single Cjit S7.00 4.00 2.50 Advertising Rates. One Inch ("12 linos of this type), in column. 3.00 for firt Insertion and Sl-SQ per inch lor each auUltional tuseriton. A liberal discount from nliove rates will Ixj made to per- on who advertise largely by the year, half year or ruarter. Professional and business cards inserted nrion reasons- Hle terms. "Person sendinj; ns moniMT fot subscription, Advertising or Ion worK. may lorwani it vj- :r.a, or omc, i ttheir own risk. ILtgal Ter.ilrr Xota taken at jar in paymtnt for sub- veriifion, aiittrlittng anajoo tennr. tT5TEltls. In adv...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 12 February 1875

4 t I?? ' J". IiutltT, Editor. FTj" All aceowU for adtarlmng and tub tcrlption uhicli became due on or beore the firit day of February ', and all bfUs J'or legal adver tisements teliicJi apptared in the Miner prior to thai date are pitiable to John II. Marion. All account accruing since that date are payable to- T,. J. Iluller, tke present proprietor. COMPULSOR r EDUCATION. Tlic telegraph tells us that the Legislators Lave passed the compulsory education bill. In this they have done themselves credit and conferred a blessing upon that portion of the rising generation who cither have no parents or are still more unfortunate in being the children of those who have no care for the future welfare of their of their offspring. "We hold that no man or woman has a moral right to so far outrage humanity as to bring children into the world and let them grow up in ignorance, to be a curse upon society and ashamed of themselves as long -as they live. .And it is proper that the legal right to do...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 12 February 1875

WEEKLY ABIZONA MINEB: PEESCOTT, FEBRUARY 12, 1875. Local Intelligence. Church Notice. Keverend Mr. "Wright will preach in the Court-room every Sunday at 11 a. Jt. until farther notice. Sunday school immediately after service. Gin as aLife Fresekveh. Jobu Moon, who freights between here and Ehrcnbcrg, has told ns several tough 6tories, but none that c.ips this one: He says tbnt while he mined on the American Kivcr, in early days, a store-keeper on the bar kept a quality of liquor which he called gin, but which in reality was manufactured In Sacramento and contained turpentine, tobacco juice and other ingredients tbnt caused the patrons of the house to rush for the open air to avoid the stench whenever he began to draw a jug full of the vil lalnous compound. Ono winter there was, on the bar, a person who got drunk on the old mart's gin and did not get 60ber for seven years, contin uing all the while to drink nothing but this liquor, until he became so saturated with it that he was tho...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 12 February 1875

.. . r x - - i "i r t - . i w " m . i . . m . r . . m . - T-.r.-wr--r -wrr T nr rr v "XT i t r I x I 1,111. iju lvi f I' I I H-H.rsr.i I r l i l rv, . -- w . . . .-- -it iiii i vr 'r i ivi in i iv n.rv i t rii !! i i j u .v - - - JL LEGAL AT1AC11MEST. Believe roc, Be&e, vebtn I declare A title deed's me heart, And yon tbe party of of the flrt, And I sin lit tveoed prt. Tbat I bare an Mtacbraxsit true Js useless quite to nifotloa; 2b vain I keek to serve you and Arrest your tweet attention, Ton know yon owned j-oibc love-for mc ' When J tne question mooted, Znt now It seems to me you act Aa If you were non-saitwi. My case fe one in equity, I've pleaded v,9.h precision; You know the points why will you, then, So Ions reserve decision i I make no dilatory plea I'm driven to distraction ! Unless I soon obtain rebel I'm sure I fcball take action. At first a civil suit I'll bria', At Cupid's special f eseion, ' And tberc, a plaintiff lover, k For judgment by confection. Kow don't demu...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 19 February 1875

raona Yoi. xn. No. 7. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 19, 1S75. Established ISM.' THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, ....nr.... T J". BUTLEE. The firat number of the Wr.EKLT .MlXF.lt w.-ui lned on March 0, 1&A. ani in thU. its twelfth y-ar, it can, with truth, claim to he tho oldest, largeit and belt teiri- f r in me i erniory Subscription Rates: One Copy, One Year....... " ' Six Month! " Three Months... Single Copies S7.00 4.00 2.50 25 Advertising Hates. One inch fl- lineiof this type), in column. $3.00 for first Jcsertion and SI M per inch 'for each additional inwrtimi. A liberal dineount from above rates will be made to per sons who advertise largely by the year, half year or quarter. Professional and businew cards inserted upon reasona ble terms. lrtnn fmilfnir ns moner for ubscript!on. adrartisinr or job work, may forward it b mail, or otherwise, nt their own nsx. lAgal Tender Xofes talcen at jir injxtytnevt for txb icription, advtrtiting and job icor. f...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 19 February 1875

n U?. J". Sutler, Editor. All accounts for advertising and tub " scription tchich became due on or before the Jlrst day of February, and all bills fur legal adver tisements ichich appeared in tin Miner prior to that dale are patable to John II. Marion. All accounts accruing tince that date are payable to T. J. Butler, the present proprietor. OUR ESTIMATE OF ARIZONA. Every mail brings letters addressscd to the editor of the Mim-:r asking for informa tion with reference to this" country, which of course wo ore not so competent to answer as our predecessor who has been a resident of the Territory eleven year., while wo have been here scarce sp many weeks. "We have, therefore, in most such such cases enclosed one of Mr. Marion's circulars, in the shape of a supplement to the Mint.r, published some months ago. These we endorse so far as our knowledge of the country extends, and present them in lieu of any answer we might write, as containing fuller and better infor mation than wo have at...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 19 February 1875

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, FEBRUARY 19, 1875. Local Intelligence. Rnv. C. W. BitADBDKT, concerning whose safety 60me fears were entertained, both here and at Yuma, Las arrived in i'rescott, and will prcacb in the Court-bouse, nt 11 o'clock Sunday morning, lie is a Baptist by persuasion. The following letter, published at bis request, explains itself: "Editor Miner: A paragraph appeared in your paper some weeks ago respecting my being iost and wandering on the detcrt near Yuma. It may be proper to say to persons and friends interested that after suffering much and baring been delayed by sickness on the way, I arrived at tills place on Saturday, February 13th. I came with the hope of serving our Divine Master in the ministry of His Word, and of contributing to the good order' of society. I came at my own expense, and am sustained by no society, or church, or person but myself. As you may well suppose, my meaus have been nearly exhausted, and I am dependent on the favor of the peo...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 19 February 1875

1 l -: I? f s i 1 1 r I r"V wii r v- DARWIS1S3I JX THE KITCHEX. I was taken' ffasy boatret One aflcrBoon, at three, When a btartefc jcraf-sd opoa it As. proved to t frsa. Tben I Bakes it to tie rat. Between iketen to t&ck it ; Eat I hadn't lees to trait Ere it changed isto a eriekat. Says I, "Surely my mrus I a yeuln' in a for?!" So to drown it I comaccce?, Wbea It baiters to a r. Here my heart begat- to tbsrap, And a wonder I felt leaky ; For the frojr, with oae jaxap, Leaped Misicif into a monkey. Then I opened wide ray cy Ills featcres for to ican, And obs-erred, wkh great surprise, That iiiai taoaky was a man. But be Taaisbed fron my siht, Aod I Miak apos the floor, Jest a ait'es, witb a libt. Come imkle the kitchen door. Then beyinala' to atisse me, rfhe ey, "Sarab, you're been drinkinT I says, "So mum, yon'M excuse me, But I'tc merely been a ihtnkin'. "Bat, as sere as I'm a cinder, Thit party what jog see -A CTtUa' oat o the iBdor, Hate developed from a flea." ALFONSO THE ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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