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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 1 March 1878

' Sew fewfymtsl FRIDAY MAHCH 1, 1S78. HOME SEWS. Read the card of Dr. Pobl. If re in ed of a tailor go ami seeQuinn. Chris ScloUt can always be found at m") urn euun, PfaotograplH Uken at Davidson Bros In beat Hyle and quality. r(KJ'ter A Best have an elegant stoak uuuui aim snoet) ai low pnoea. ! . ... A . v w nie Aurora itesiaurant for a square meal at twetity-Hve eents. Oaptaiu Jack Crawford made a speech In favor of lemperaiiee Saturday even log. The steamship "Idaho" sail Saturday afternoon at four o'clock forSau Ktuu etsco. At Rider's Morning Star Restaurant you cau get twenty meal tickets for $5 00. Ladies, go and see Mi Menefee'x eamplett before yon deeide ujkhi your spring purctianes. A new briek building will shortly be commenced on First street, between Yamhill aod Morritton. Alleky A Ilegele kep premium candy and fresh Hhoal-valer Bay oysters for their numerous customers. Moooey & Moxley are in receipt of new goods by every steamer. Tbey are a reliable firm and do a ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 1 March 1878

fpie ilea? jftetfyniesf. FRIDAY.. .FEBUUAHY 29, I87S. BAKED BEA.1S. Oh! how my heart sighs lor my own native land. Where potatoes, and squashes, and encum bers grow; When cheer and good welcome are always at band. And custards and pumpkin pies smoke In a row; Where padding the vtsaje of banger oft screens. And what is far better, the pot of bated beans. Iiet Maryland bout of her dainties profuse. Her large watermelons and eantalopes line, Her turtle, and oysters, and terrapin Mews, And soft crab, high-Mated with brandy and wine; Ah! neither my heart from ray native land When smokes on the table the pot of baked MWI. The pot of baked beam, with what pleasure I HW IL, Well seasoned, well parked, by some rosy faced dame: And when from the glowing not oven she'd draw It. Well crisped and well browned to the table It came. Of the dark Indian padding and the pot of The pot of baked beam! Ah! the muse is too frail Rat Inok mi fje mm ai Kcv En-land so bale. And berdaasjhten so rosy, twill l...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 8 March 1878

i s. i. Br'T, sad rraprktor A JoarnalforHiercopfe. Devoted to the Interestsof Humanity. Independent In Polities and Religion. Mtve to all Live Isaaee, and Thoroughly Radleal In Opposing and Kxpodins the Wrongs of the Muus, KICE Cull.i ttOSIi V4SWKGTOSTIH.ET IKItitS, IK ADVANCE: e year montbh . ree month a.. 1 7S 1 M Ka Spkbch, Fam Vrmbs, Fkke Pkopi.e. Inserted am Reasonable VOLtDIE VII. POTtTIVISTD, OREGON, FRIDAY, 3LVRCII is, lT. IVXJ3X13EIt r. rnn LOT OR, How Mie Protected. By Mas. A. J. DUXIWAY. ACTHOB OF "JUDITH RKID," "ELLIOT BOWS," "AMK ASI1 HKXKY LU," "THK HAPPY H "OXF. Won AH'8 SPRntK," "MADGE XJKHBOS," ETC., ETC., ETC. Entered, aeordlne to Act of Congress, hi the yer 1878, by Mri.A J. Duoiwity, IntheonVeof tbe Librarian of Oongrexv at Wathlngton City. Cl vPTEB. VL Tbe broad and seemingly illimitable ocean, upon whoe billows our ship bad rocked in tbe loug days when we had j beeu oecalracil iu (be tropins, er dashed 1 furiously into its deiths in storms aud darkness, no long...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 8 March 1878

....MARCH S, 167S. xotick. Aj?. rt will please take notice tfaat It U a treat tax upon as to pay express charges upon ma' 1 tarns, and they wMl confer a great tow ty remltUnK to a through moaejr orders or registered letters. "THE NEW CONSTITUTION." Our neighbors "over the line" are very busily engaged just now in plan ning for their admission into the Union as the sovereign State of Washington. There are, among those who are agitat ing this measure, a few man's rights fossils, one of whom, under a cloak of piety as tbin as It is flimsy, effervesces on the suffrage question in the Van couver Independent, as follows : "He (the pauper) ought not to be put down along with Idiots aud iueano peo ple, for what if a man is poor aud out of luek? In this free country poverty Is no crime. In this new country we oan't well afford to disfranchise any white male citizens, although they be poor as Job's turkey." Then, by way of exhibiting his inconsistency, this brave defender of paupers' rights i...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 8 March 1878

y FRIDAY.. .MARCH 6, 187a HOME SEWS. Captain Jack Crawford's benefit Tues day night was not exactly a financial A grand domino ball will be given by uneonta tribe, I. O. K. M., mis irnuayi evening at Oro Kino Hail. On Sunday evening last, Mr. and Mrs. David Owe celebrated me teuui aunt veraary of their married life. Visiting cards with your picture in- aerte-J is the latest novelty. Tliey are made at the Ferrotype Gallery, oppo site tbe post office. A grand ball will be given Monday evr.iinir. March IS. 1878. at Turn Halle, by our Irish citizens in bouor of tbe birth of 8t. Patrick. The passenger lists between this city and San Francisco have perceptibly di minished in number aiuce tbe increase in the rates of travel. Charles Spencer Newbury, aged about four years, son of Hon. V. S. Newbury, died suddenly in tbis city Saturday evening of diphtheria. Tiie "Mum" sociable, which came oft" Moudav eveninir at the residence of Mr. K. D. Smith in this city, realized the nice little sum of ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 8 March 1878

jPc ilea Itei'fymzzt nun AY - MARCH 8, I87& TIE I HILDRt. BT CKAIll Ks l)l KENS. When the lessons and tasks are all ended, nd the sehool for the day Is dismissed. And the little ones gather around me To bid me good-nlgut and be kissed, oli. the little white arm that encircle M v neolc Id a leader embrace! Hi. t li- unities, that are halo of heaven. shedding sunshine of love on y Cace. A nd when they are gone. I alt dreaming if my ih I Id hood, too lovely to last; Ut love that my heart will remember. When H wakes to r he pulse of the peat. Ere the world and its wickedness made me partner ox sorrow and atn; When the glory of God was about we, A nd the (lory of gladness within. Oh, tny heart crows west aa s woman's. And the fountains ot reeling will How, As I think off the paths steep and stony. Where the feet of the dear ones must go; or the mountains of sin hanging o'er them. Of the tempest of fate blowing wild! Oh, there Is nothing on earth half so holy As the Innocent heart off...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 15 March 1878

W. A. J. UOXtWlT. Better sad I'reiwWer ) FFICE -Ou 1'roxt Washikgtox Street TEBMB, ADVANCE : Que year.. "a month -taoe xiree months... 1 Frkb 81-xech, Fan Pases, Fkb People. AD VE BTISE MEXTS 1 nserted on Reasonable VOLtDIE "VII. i? oktlajshd , okegon, Friday, makcii 13, ussrs. rerrou. HER LOT; OB, JIM Mho Whm I'reteciteil. Br Mai. A. 1. DTJXIWAT. AUTSOB Or "TUOtXn BBS," "KLLKW DOWB," AB Am'fiksBT US." "THI HAPFT WOMAX'S SPHERIC." "KIM MOSUUSON," nd,BB,ETC. Entered, aeoordtaw, to Act of Congress, In the jrear UBS, by Mr. A. J. Bonlway, In the office of the Librarian of Oongres at Washington City. CHAPTER VIL I believe now, after the lapse of nearly half a century, that if I bad fully real ized the truth of what that servant .aid I would bave become insane indeed. But I was mercifully spared the realiza tion of the situation by my urgent need of surgical aid. All through the loug hours that fol lowed I called at intervals for Oerald; but it was not till the next morning that he came ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 15 March 1878

t lies? pttfywzst. FRIDAY .MARCH 15, 1S7S. AN HOUE WITH 00RRESPOHDEFTS. I less we must insist that we have a right EDITOEIAL GORBESPONDENOE. XTICIL Aer.t i p'.eaae take notice that It is a gr.'ai tax upon us to pay express chaises upon, snial I ium. and they will confer a gnat favor dt remitting to us through money orders or registered letters.- STARVATION WAGES. There is no doubt but that a vast ma jority of women who are compelled to earn a livelihood are driven to starva tion wages by the wives and daughters of wealthy men, who shut them out of avenues, of legitimate occupation, but tail to provide them with spending money for the feminine luxuries which fashionable women will have, if they must, starve otuers lu order to proeure them. A correspondent of the Woman't Jour nal tells of being out of work and obliged to do something, so she went to a whole sale under-linen store and applied for a situation. The proprietor asked if she was dependent upon her earnings for a livelihood....

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 15 March 1878

j)e Ken? gayest FRIDAY... .MARCH 16, 1S7S. HOMEJTEWS. "Condeueed soon" is tb latest nov elty. The base ball mania has commenced iu East Portland. l'ost master Cole expected to return to this eity about April 12tli. This (Friday) evening the Amateur Musical Society will give the first oue of their faeries of concerts. Now ie the time to get the baby's pic ture taken. So call at once at the Fer rotype Gallery, opposite the post office. Professor Halpruuer still flourishes at his dancing academy, corner of First and Taylor streets. Reurumuer his soirees. Dr. Brenan is aftlletiug East Portland ers with bis great (?) medical lectures. We hereby tender them our heartfelt sympathies. Dr. Rex, the well-known and success ful physician, has removed his olllee from Second street to the corner of Mor rison and First. At last the work- of numbering the houses In tbiseity has fairly commenced. It is a move in tbe right direction, and one which has long been necessary. .An effort is being made to ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 15 March 1878

I . a j : " i lit cNIlPAY -MARCH 15, 1878. A H18IITEB10E. )Btlc old woman before me Went slowlvdoan the street. Walking as if aweary V ere ber feeble, tottering fet U From under the old poke bonnet I caught a gleam of snow. And her waving eapstring floated, Like a pennon, to and fro. In the fold of her runty mantle su Men ber footsteps caught. Ami 1 sprang to keep ber from falling. With a touch as quick, aa thought. When, under the old poke bonnet, I saw a winsome face, Framed in with flaxen ringlets or my wee daughter Grace, Mantle and cap together Dropped off at my very feet; And there stood the little (airy, Ileautiful, blushing, aweel ! Will it be like this, I wonder. When at last we eome to stand On tbe golden, ringing pavement , Plosion land : Oi tta. lowing the mrty garments We won In Use years of lima. Will oar better selves spring ba Serene in a youth sublime t Instead of the shapes that bide us. And make us old and gray, Shall we get our cbild-bearu baek again. With a brig...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 22 March 1878

C A Journal for the Feople. Devoted to the latere tsof Humanity. Independent In Polities and Religion. Mlve to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Oppoclng-and Ex posing tbe Wrongs KM. 1. J. KilUr I inotoii Street TERMH, IX VDV'AWCK: ot the M aaaes. 41 One tw.. month TlrM bmiUu.. .. ADVEUTIsKMKN'TSrnRertmlon Reasonable I reruk HER LOT OK, lro tooted. BTafBB. A. J. DUXIWAY. AUrnasx or Honmi keid," "i lkx dowd," "JOB XMt) HDTRY LFJC," "THE HAPPT HOXK," 0B ')AK'S SPHME," "SAME MOKBISOS," ETC., ETC., ETC. Ent4md,aeaordlBf K Act of ConcTT. In the roar MR, by Mrt A. J luniwny. In the office or lOf OonKrexs al Wakhineton City. CI1AITER VIIL Doctor Buydenbam was happy to see the tarn aSairs bad taken; and I did not know, till I saw bow relieved he was atj,. Bod , wat him tab. sober and (Be prospect of the brighter anrroBodings In store for me, how serious bis concern for say welfare bad been. "With Mrs. Motley ax your compan ion, little one, you will soon ireeorer yoor natural vigor,...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 22 March 1878

FRIDAY MARCH 2!, 187S. XOTICE. Asci t will P'.eaas take notice that It is a reat tax upon as to pay express charges upon smal I same, and they -will cosier a great favor bv remitting to ns through money orders or rcsi'tered letters. THE M0NEYQUESTI0N. . So many newspapers are indulging In so muah fine writing lately over tbe money question, concerning which no body really knows anything, that we cannot longer rest content without chipping in with our share of the non sense. Many publications are in favor of a metallic currency, based upon noth ing but the gold, or credit based upon gold, of tbe individual who may, by mete or piucK or tricK or traiie, se cure tlie most of it. They are opposed to silver because it Is getting to be plenty, and there is danger that wealth will beeorne more geueral if the repre sentative of wealth is more abundant We are opposed to pig iron for a like reason; and yet, ethically speaking, pig iron or brickbats are really money, in proportion to tbe value ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 22 March 1878

W Qt lowest FRIDAY... .MARCH 22, 1S78. HOMEMEWB. Dr. lireuau still sjhhiUi n East Port land. Tli Red Men give another ball on we luat. The feMt of Purim commenced last Ineaday evening. Captain Jack and company are play ing up the valley tbia week. Stiles' case lias been ou trial In the United SUte Court this week. Remember the sociable given by the ladies of the Presbyterian Chiireli this (Friday) evening. The funeral of Mrs. Frank Dekum last Friday afternoon was largely at tended, the procession being several blocks in length. A contemporary justly complains that, although the market is at present overstocked with fleli, his brain power has not been increased thereby. Chaplain R. S. Stnbbs returned from the Sound last week, where he has been engaged in the work of the Seaman's Fund Society for several months past. The concert given by the Amateur Musical Society at Masonic Hall, Friday evening, abounded In rausieal gems, and was one of the best the society has ever given. Rev. M. M...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 22 March 1878

I i . PBin VY -MAiU'H I at SIT i. 1 A Ml i L L TO I I'. Ibekl the r AWl it inm A melody 1 i Thmu hum Aad ad H- ll: Or tbe Rlfrti ' 1 1 ' retl soil .ti .1 ... -si eler str.i.'i i nui1 cmiM know, moaning ol an autumn wind, .1 .i river' now. "My whiI 1 - 1..11 ol ii Mory lold Bv rirr mat Journeyed down Throiilih Villi, y and quirt meadow Urn!, And man a stately umn, As 'I .ngof the flowers aad irl ne nii.l trees, And the great rocka mossed aud brown. "But she stopped her singing, and sobbed, onc mgni. While the rain went down from the sky, A-1' it pitied her sorrow so. It would give ber sympathy; Wblle she told at a quiet forest nook, she ever went softly by; "For the tree bent over with Ions green arms. To give ber a blessing of loTe, And up throofh the shadows cool she saw. Where tbe sky amlisd tar above. And tbe fleecy cloudlets moved across Like a sail, or a snowy dove. "A youthful face, with a golden frame Of waving, shiny hair. And bright 'Cray eyes. In a fringe of black, And a f...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 29 March 1878

7 Ml. 4. J. SIKIWAT. Utter anfi PrestMer A Journal for the People. Devoted to the Interests of Ho manHy. Independent in rolitlcs and Religion. Mive to all IJve Issnes, and TbcXtroghlv 1 KFICK -CfaK.yi.NT 4l W ISHIXGTOSSTkEgT Radical In Opposing and Exposing the Wrongs ol the Masses. TBRMH, IN ADVANCE: v.. c 9 i One t" Vx moutlu-... T"ree montlu.. ... 178 -. 1 ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted o Reasonable Trma. HER LOT OR, lrotecHl. BT Mas. A. J. DUNIWAT. AUTOM OV "JCDXTH JtKID," "lun DOWD,' "Ann amo aubmr i.eb," thk bapft "era vomKt pane,'' "vans korbisok," KTC.t ETC, KTC. KteAetorConerMs,in the year IBS, bp Kra. A. J. Doalwy, In the onWof Um Librarian of OMgrru at Washington City. CHAPTER IX. Um cottage to which Mrs. Motley conveyed me was a low, rambling af fair, boilt of atone, and neatly -whitewashed. It sat In a deep enclosure of quaint old pickets, in the midst of a gar den of vegetables and flower?, overlook ing a bayou where the natives came regularly, when the tide was in, to bathe ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 29 March 1878

!;c Iter? Kccthrac5t. FRIDAY MARCH 29, 1S7S. XOTICB. Ag-cr.t will p'ease tajie nolle that It It a reai tax upon as to pay express caaqce upon small samt. and ther will confer a great Sxwot br rmitun la as itaroujrn money orders or registered letters. WHAT IS HONESTY? Des national honesty consist in giv ing everybody equal opportunity to a share in tlie public domain, that each may have an equal cbance with all in the race for life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness? Does itcousist ill helping the poor ami doing them justice ? Does it consist lu relieving them from the usury with which they are struggling. under mortgagee upon real estate, wliioli no laboring man can ever hope to lift, ami mug enable himself to look up as a free man? No ! no ! National bouesty means, "Pay the bond-holders who pay no taxes. Let the nation have the name abroad of payiug llioae who live on usury. lUt the laboriug utillioos get their pay in depreciated currency, wherewith to sat isfy the Sbyloeks who...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 29 March 1878

FRIDAY MARCH 29, 1878. H0MEHEW8. State Circuit Court meets Again next Monday. Bert's dramatic company his been playiug to good bouses in Walla Walla. General Howard in expected horns from tbe East about the middle of April. The Catholics of this city propose erect! ug ere long a new church edifice. Tlie city fathers have at last become patriotic euougii to illuminate the towu clock. Do uot forget the "Old Professor's" toireea. They are tbe moat enjoyable in tbe city. Portland has been exceedingly moral tbe past month, and, in eonsequeuee, police business in very light. Captain Jack and troupe, after a most successful tour up tbe Willamette Val ley, started for the Sound, Weduesduy morning. Tbe Progress Minstrel Club will give two more performances, on the Stii ami 6th of next month. They promise an entire change of programme. Davidson Brothers were tbe first to reduce the price of photographs in this city, and they intend to maintain their reputation for doing nooe but the best work...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 29 March 1878

Ic;u k digest. KRIIUY -MARCH 29, 1878. TRE TWO VILLI fiLS. Over the river, on the bill, Lleth a village, i'ilci and Mill; All around It ttv forest trees Khtver and whh.per In the breeze; Over It sailln; shadows go Of muring hawk and screaming crow; And mountain grasses, low and sweet. Grow in the middle of every street. Over the river, under the hill. Another villa lleth Mill; Then-1 see In the cloudy night Twinkling stars of household light; Fi re that gleam from the smithy's door; M M that enrl on the river shore: And in me roaqs no grassts For the wheela that hasten I 1 to and fro. In that village on the hill Never Is sound of smithy or mill : The lionearethatehexl with grass and Powers; ever a ciocs. 10 toil uie noars: The marble door are always shut, You cannot enter In hall or hut; All the villagers lie asleep; Never a grain to sow or reap; Never In dreams to moan or sigh; Silent and idle aud low they lie. In that village under the hill. When the night i starry and still, Many...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 5 April 1878

l)t item Kortiuest. 1H. A. J. otIIWAT, Utter aai Rreftttkr gijc Htm $$tilpXZ3L A Journal for the People. Devoted to tbe Interest of Humanity. Independent In Polities and Religion. Mtve to all Uva Isracs, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposlng-and Kxpolng the Wrongs ot tbe Mhw. I rFIC F. -'Jon-PansT & W vsu ijTO?i Rtbekt TERMS, jy ADVANCE : n ye.ir.. ''x months Ttree mouUu.. -WOO 1 75 Frke Speech. Fr.r.r. Press, Fhbk Teopi.e. Correcponden to writing over an timed Siena tores man make known their names to the Editor, or no attention will be given to taelr commnataatlong. ADVERTISEMENTS Inaerted on Reaaonable "V OXjTJ3X32 VII. I'OTtTJLVIVl), OREGON, FKID AY, APRIL C, 1878. NTOIBER SO. Terms. HER LOT OR, 9M VH Br Xbl A. J. DUXIWAY. ACTHOK OF "JUDITH HtBi" "KfcW DOWD," uAa jura ami way "th happy bom," "wi wokavs era-aa," mans oaataoay Entered, dlintoAetofQumiw .ln the year lgjg, by MrL A. J. rmnlwmy, la tbe office or the U brum of Otmcma at Washington lty. CHATTER X. My husband bad been ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 5 April 1878

Cjje lien? fetfijiuet. FRIDAY APRIL 6, 1S7S. NOTICE. Agents will please take notice that It la rrast tax npo as to pay express coarges upon ...-.i mms, and they will confer a gnat favor by NnltUii to us through moats oraer or registered letters. AGAIN ON DUTY. Headers ami patrons of the New Northwest, friends of human rights, after a respite from editorial duties for a period or lour montus, we come once more to you with glad greeting. When, early in December, the pencil we had for years striven to guide in the Inter ests of human rights dropped from our nerveless Augers, and we were forced to bid adieus, which many feared were final, to home and office cares, loving children, and anxious friends, we were not more weak in body than worn in spirit. Now, as the balmy breath of April, laden with the sweet incense of orchard blooms, comes floating in at the open window by which we write, it finds us restored In health, and eager to resume our plaee in the world of work. Between that dar...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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