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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 September 1872

5 " P'' El I I it TERMS i $1.85 For Year,) IN AD VANCE. j AH INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 7B Cents for 6 Months; 40 CU. for 3 months. Vol. VI. New Bloomlield, Pa., Tuesday, September 17, 18 72. IVo. 38. IS FUBLIsnED EVERY TUESDAY MORUmO, BY FKANE MORTIMER & CO., At New Bloomficld, Terry Co., To, Being provided with Steam Power, and large Cylinder and Joh-Presses, we are prepared to do all kinds of Job-Printing la good stylo and at Low Price. ADVEBTISrNG BATES! Traruient 8 CcnU per Un for one Insertion. . .,, ia " " two insertions ; 15' " " three Insertions. Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or. Deaths Inserted free. ' Tributes of Kcspoct, &c, Ten cents per line. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. Ten Lines Nonpareil one year tlO.OO Twenty lines " " " 18.00 VFor longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given cpuu application. When I'm a Man. Whe I'm a man, I tell you, sir, What I'll be proud to do, I'll follow In my father's stops, Bnt honest, Just and t...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 September 1872

l)cmc0, Mem Bl0omftefo, 3a. Tho Dark Day In New England, in 1780. BT O. TAVAYLOR. ON tho 10th of May, 1780, the inhabi tants of New England and adjacent parts were the trembling witnesses of a phenomenon never seen before or since, and which to this day romatnsunexplalned. The year was celebrated for Its numerous auroral exhibitions in this latitude They covered ' the midnight heavens with cor ruscations of red and silver, and streamed out lightning, seeming, says one writer, fairly to flash warmth in the face. The winter preceding was marked with extra ordinary severity. Snow lay on the ground from the middle of November to the mid dle of April. In December and January a storm continued seven successive days, and the snow fell to a depth of four feet on a level in this single storm and . with drifts eight and ten feet high. Bheep were bur ied in the drifts for many days, and even men and animals porished with the cold. Long Island Sound was crossed by heavy artillery on the ice. Na...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 September 1872

V The V, JB. Mutual Aid Society of Pennsylvania, Present the following plan for consideration to such persons who wish to become members: The payment of BIX DOIXAK8 on application, FIVK UOLLARH annually lor rora teams, and thereafter TWO DOI.LAHn annually during life, with pro-rata mortality assessment at the death of each member, which for the ViasT Class is as ioiiows: ment It 60 2H 73 41 02 54 16 61 29 74 42 04 . f5 17 62 30 75 43 t M 18 63 31 77 44 ! 57 1 64 32 79 4.1 1 (X) M 20 65 S3 81 46 1 06 69 21 66 34 83 47 1 12 GO 22 67 35 &) 4H 1 18 61 23 68 36 86 49 1 24 62 24 69 37 87 50 1 30 63 25 70 38 88 51 1 40 64 26 71 39 89 52 1 50 65 27 72 40 90 63 1 60 1 70 ( 1 80 1 92 2 04 2 16 2 28 2 40 2 45 2 50 2 55 2 60 2 65 Will entitle a member to a cortlllcate of ONE THOUSAND DOl-LA US, to be paid at his death to bis legal heirs or assigns, whenever such death .may occur. A memlier, or his heirs, may name a successor) but If notice of the death of a member to the Sec retary Is not a...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 September 1872

4 . NEW BLOOMFIEI)), jPENNJC Tuesday', September XT, 1872.' I 1 1 in . Anotiikb arrest has been made of a per son charged with committing the Nathan murder, of two years ego in Now York. The person arrested this time is tjie no torious Billy Forrester. Tho detectives are very confident of boing ablo to prove that ho is the guilty party. . , , Cbableb O'Connob, has written a letter to the committee sent to notify him of his nomination at Louisville, declining the honor (?) they propose to confer upon him.' So the " straight outs" are still without a candidate. Many of those who previous to the meeting of the Louisville convention wore opposcrs of Grooley, are now heartily giving him thoir support. ' Tbb manner in which the True Demoerat a Republican papor publishod at York, re fers to the Democratio candidate for Con gress in this district, is not only in bad taste, but shows a lack of truth that we are sorry to boo, though it is too often ex bibited in party papers. We protest again...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 September 1872

:(e floorofitft. imts. Tuesday, September 17t 1872, LOCAL DEI'AB TMENT. 5 M H 0 SEPTEMBER. 1 Su. Ho.fTu- W. Th. Ff. tta, 1 2 3 4 6 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14! 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 E 6 Fingers Off. John Robertson of Samuel Robort at Sliermansdalo, bad tlio fingers all taken off of one of bis bands one day last wook, by getting Uom caught in a tbresliing maobiuo. Dedication. The Reformed church at Elliottsburg, Perry county, Pa., will be dedicated on Sunday, the 13th of . October, 1872. Several ministers from a distance will assist in the services. The publio are invited to be present. By order of the Building Committee. TVhat was the Matter 1--On Saturday afternoon a fine borate belonging to George Brunor, of Centre twp., suddenly died whilo at Brcneman's, black smith shop. He had been shod and was out in the road when he suddenly reared up and then fell down and began to bleed at th o nose and shortly died. ' Sad Accident. A sad accident occurred on Saturday m...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 September 1872

6 Stljc ime0i Wtxo 1 Blomhfieiir, pd. jft Bl00mfitIlr pints. Tuesday, September 17, 1872. SB" FARM AITS HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Cnunlng Fruit and Vegetables. This is the season of the year in which fruit and vegetables abound, and all pru dent housewives will lay in a store for win ter use. Fruit is particularly healthy in tho hot weather, when its cooling and anti bilious influence are most needed, but it is not bad to take in the winter, and especially in the early spring. The same is true of tomatoes and the other porishable veg etables which abound about these days. Whoever tries a dish of tomatoes with his beefsteak in April, is ready to bless the man or woman who invented the process of canning. This consists simply in exclu ding the air, for every one knows that de cay can only occur whore oxygon is present. Thin is the great agent of lifo, and it is also tho great agont of death, and is constantly active in accelerating all organized matter on its round from life to death, aud death...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 September 1872

4 Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. HUMOROUS. No Prton eait take these Bitten accord trig to direction end remain long unwell, provided their bonet art not destroyed by mineral poison or other meant, and tb vital organ wasted beyond the point of repair. Dyspepsia or In Ale; est Ion. Headache, Vala In the Snoulden, Coughs, TiKhtneu of the Chest. Dii emeu. Soar Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of the Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain in the regions of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptoms, ere the offsprings of Dytpepsis. In these complaints It has no equal, and one bottle will prove e Letter guar anteeof iis merits than e lengthy advertisement. For Female Complaints, m young or old, married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or the turn of life, these Tonie Bitters display so decided en influence that a i t marked improvement is toon percep tible. For Inflammatory a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 September 1872

- - ' : , , ... . , . , , . . ... ,. i .... . The Mew York Post OfTloe. The New York Mercantile Journal gives the following interesting particulars re garding the new post office building now being erected in that city. ' ' " The material for the, Post Office is the best of granite, from Dix Island on the coast of Maine the same quarry from which the treasury building in Washing ton was built. The stones are not only quarried, but each porfectly fitted upon the island, so that when it arrives at New York, it goes without trimming or alteration, to its place and suoh has been the accuracy of of the work, that but oue extra stone has thus far had to be ordered from the quarry; and this, the superintendent there assorts, must have been lost in the transportation, as it was previously out and shipped with the rest. An accurate account is kept, not only of the numbering and shipping of all the stones, but also of the cost of each; the number of days work aud their price being set opposit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 September 1872

Plf 8 1$ ' , i ib 3 ir a ii ji is !i k g ii. i k n k d if i IIH5 . r a i inrclr"! AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER, T'iS?' Vol. VI. Now 331ooiii field, X Tuesday, September 24, 1872. IVo. 39. tfoomfitltr flints. .18 PUW.I311KD BVKRT TrjESDAY MOBKIHO, BT PRANK IdOETIMES & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Y&. iBelne provided with Steam Power, and large to do all kinds of Job-I'riiitiiig lu goud atyle and at Low Prices. ADVERTISING HATES I , Tramitnt 8 Cents per line for one Insertion. 13 ' iwo insertions 15 , " " "three Insertions, Bneruees Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Respect, &c, Ten cents per line. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. Ten Lines Nonpareil one year 110,00 Twenty lines " " " 118.00 .VFor longer yearly adv'ts terms will be glveu Hpou application. BETTER THAN GOLD. Jietter than grandoar, better than gold, Than rank and titles a thousand fold, Is a healthy body, a mind at ease, And simple pleasures th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 September 1872

t'-f Tho Bank r Robbery, Tlio Cashier Ntory. 1 - , . -;i rtERE was a great eicitement In Onr town. The bank had been robbed, ami the clerk who slept In tho building murder ed. He was found lying (load on the floor, one mbrhihgj" witTTa" TitaV"Tn "tTTeTDreast. The robber, '.orurobbeij liadl parried off thirty. thousand 4lo)lars. y. In a town like Starburg, with its three or four thousand inhabitants, such a trag cdjrfas as .unexpected as it was shocking, becanso it was not supposed there was a p-6Tson-wrnirnanymiTo'ir(6ir(ia"ciipabie" of snob a doed; and no suspicious strangora had been lurking about of late, so (far as was known; i i. l-r: .! ' I was the cashier of the bank, and its president was an old morohant of Starburg, named Dale. Ho had seen the town grow from a mom hamlet, and was one of .its most popular citizens, . i, ... i , Thore was a certain Dr.. Reed In. town. Only a few months prior to the murder he had made his appearance at Starburg, .with the avowed intention of p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 September 1872

. .-WrtJtrMutrtal., T, Til iWni-i-liWft flnllnr Hltiilkltj-ovqrvrithlw-only. up where I Vremt the followlnff plan for eonsMeratloa to ! An'Amusldg Leop Year Story. r,nnBllIta(1 f t gllould thluk thev wbuld 1" : silnh poi aous. vylio wish to beceme members : j rhf pa.vrnemof MX DOLLARS on-appllcatlon. FiVKlx'iJ.I.ATtH Annually lur -KilIK tmiw, and thereafter TWO DOLLARS annually during life, wHS pro-rata (mortality tawssment At the .loath, ol escli luinber, which -lor the MjHf$f3 II as V-'H .!! .l.tWss- ya4'',, -"H mailt 1&(0 2 ,.,.73 17 62 ' !r 75 : ;.r8", ,77 ,e"T ,y 85 23 . W'."'9ff ': 86 24 ' r9 : st -. n . M. " 92 , , 42 i 04 Wl i 44 '418 : 4S -'il (P0 4fl 1M J (if. 47 llir- 1 in ' T ,1 a . i - m 49 .124 !' 82 (J.' 1 "W- r mailt M -.'; 1 70 M 1 Ct CT 8 04 6 - 2 H 60 t 2 40 3 aw 28-. 27 71 5. 89' 40 K90"' f-0 63- , 30 ! 40 . R0' to- '83 2 ft) "X wns an aotual , shame for,-any., good " looking young man to be s bashful as Charley Wardon was. What was the nse of being six feet ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 September 1872

4 NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, September 24, 1872. ' The Geneva arbitrators have closed their labors. They have considered all the claims and have agreed to award the Uni ted States ' fifteen millions Ave hundred thousand dollars in gold. The decision seems to meet the approval of the people of Great Britian. ... A Labor Defalcation has been dis covered in the accounts of one of the clerks at the Sub-Treasury at New York. The defaulter was in charge of the stamp de partment. A short time since he appliod for two weeks leave of abseuoe, and not returning at the designated time, his ac counts were examined and found to . be short over one hundred thousand dollars. The follow is probably out electioneering as he has not yet returned. Ex-Governor Curtin. Last week the Libeial Republican State Com ml toe announced the nomination of Hon. A. G. Curtln for delegate at large to the Constitutional Convention, which nomination it is understood Mr. Curtin has accopted. Col. McClure in a spe...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 September 1872

lje dimes; -New Sloomfieli; fJa. Tuesday, September 24, 1872, LOCAL D ETA It TM ENT. I SEPTEMBER. I u. M. Ttt. We. Th, tr. St, 1 8 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 v ... I d 0 8 Accident. On Sunday afternoon the 15tb inst., a son of Joseph Dysinger residing in Walker township, Juniata Co., aged about 7 years, fell from a heifer, fraeturing his right am bolow tho elbow. Dr. Banks re duced tho fracture and he is doing as well as could be expected. Dedication. The Reformed church at Elliottsburg, Perry county, Pa., will be dedicated on Sunday, the 18th of October, 1872. Several ministers from a distance will assist in the services. The public are invited to be present. By order of the Building Committee.. . ".Mass Meeting. The Liberal Republicans and the Democrats will hold a mass moot ing, at Newport on the 8d of October. Among the speakers secured for the oc casion are Col. Alex. E. McClcrb and Hon. C R. Buckalkw. The president of the meeti...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 September 1872

e , ,. '. I 1 i i Tuesday, September 24, 1872., .. . . .... ....... IV.. L FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Conl Oil for Henneries. Where lice are troublesome In ahennory, tbo U80 of kerosene will be found to answer an excellent purpose. If necessary, got-' a emitll watering pot and Sprinkle it every where. "We know of it beidgj used in. this waf, and with complete ' success.' ' tt was also applied to the fowls by rubbing ander the wings and among the feathers On the back cf the neck, and the pasts were ef fectually "cleaned out," without apparent bartu to the fowls. For small chickens, rubbed' lightly with ' ioatheV ab6ut the head and on the neck, it is admirable, and it is there where lice can genorally be found if they exist anywhere among the flock.' One application of this sort will suffice for many weeks, i .. Careful observers will have noticed thjtt there are several breeds of hen-lice to con tend against. The speoies that attack sitting hens in hot weather are very small, very acti...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 September 1872

No Proit can tak thrie Bitters acorrlJ tin to directions, Hud temitin long unwell; provided iheir bones art not destroyed by mineral poison of other means, and the vital organ wasted beyond the JJoint of repair. 1 ' In tlia Shoulders, Coughs Tiglitnet of Hie- Chest. t) tinew. Sur Eructations of tin Stomach, Had Taste' in the Month, Bilious A (ticks. Palpitation f tlie Heart, Inflammation of the Lung, Pain in the region of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptoms, art the offsprings of Dyptpsia. In tliese complaints It has no equal, and one bottla will prove a Letter guar antee of its merits than a lengthy advertisement. . For Feftiale CompliUate, Sn young or old, married or single, M the aViwn of wo ran n hood ? or the . turn of life, these Tonic Hitters display so dactded an Influtncto that a marked improvement is soon percep tible. ! For Inflammatory a aid ChronJo R Hew in attain - and Gout, Bilious, Remittent and Inter mittent Fevers. Diseases of tha Blood, Liver, Kidney...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 September 1872

8 Gfyc SCimeo, Hitvo Bloomftelii, f)a. A Curious Story. Nashville is agitated by the reported murder of Thomas G. Boyd at SWeet Water, Tennessee, against whom suits are now pending in the United States Court at Knoxville, in connection with certain pen ion operations for a large amount of money. Boyd started for Sweet Water on the pretence of bunting witnesses, in com pany with two other men, who returned and reported that they had been set upon by disguised men, the following day, at Laurel Branch Spring.on Laurel Mountain, and that, while they were blinded and tied to trees, Boyd himself was taken away some distance and shot. Afterwards they were released at night and permitted to re turn home. Subsequently the place was visited for an investigation, and the remains of a human being burned to ashes were found, presum ed to be Boyd's, but the circumstances of Boyd s disappearance have since led to a further investigation under Col. L. B. Whitely, United States secret service de tec...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 October 1872

r AN IHDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. "JTZ&'JSSZ' "Vol. "VI. .Now, Blo'omflold, 3P., Tuesday, October 1, 1873. INTo. 40. IS PUBLISHED EVERT TUESDAY MORNING Bt FRANZ MOETIMEE & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Ta. Seine provided with Steam Power, and large Cylinder and Job-Presses, we are prepared , to do all kinds of Job-Printing iu Hood style and at Low Prices. ADVERTISING BATES I ' TraruimtH Cents per line for one Insertion. 18 " " twolnsertlons IS " " "three insertions. Bnslness Notices in Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Respect, Stc, Ton cents per line. YEABII ADVERTISEMENTS. -One inch one yoar .Two Inches " " in,oo $i8.uo wVFor longor yearly adv'ts terms will be given opou application. Tho Future. When falling health, or cross event, Or dull monotony of days, Has brought roe Into discontent, That darkens round me like a haze, I find It wholesome to recall Those chlofest goods my life has known, Those whitest days,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 October 1872

erije tines, Nctu BloomficGr, flla. Mrs. Blako's Visit. A 9 MOST everybody has took a tower this summor ; and I've been and took one too. I dunno but I've as good a right to as any other in dividual. I don't owe nobody nothing, except Jim Hanson, the tin pedlar, for a strainer; and I've got morne'n rags enuff to settle with him or shnll have when I cut up Caleb's cotton flannel shirts; and then I owe Tim Gorch's wife three cents for gdtting me a pound of ealloratus and not making the change. . I could pay her now just as well as not if sho'd only take a silod postage-stamp; but she don't take stamps for fear the post-office will bust up. Mrs. Gorch is the most cau tionest woman that you ever see. I've had a hard summer's work of it 1 no mistake ! It makes my back ache to think of it. Feed has been so poor on account of tho dry weather, that the cows have i 1 -i f-i- -I - wonted meirsoivos ciean inw bkiuhuiis a keeping from starving, and haint give no milk worth menshuning. Butter ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 October 1872

The IX. H. Mutual Aid Society of Pennsylvania, Present the following plan for consideration to isuoh persons who wish to become members: The payment of BIX DOLLARS on application, FIVE lHlLLAKH nnnually for rouB tsahs, and thereafter TWO DOLLAKH annually during life, with pro-rata mortality assessment at the death of each member, which for the Finst Class Is as iouows: Age merit AgeY Age Ankim-mert IS 60 2S 73 41 93 64 1 70 1 l 29 74 42 94 M 1 80 17 62 SO 75 43 9rt M 1 92 18 63 Rl 77 44 98 H 2 04 19 64 82 79 45 1 00 58 2 W 2Q 65 33 81 48 1 00 59 2 28 21 66 at 83 47 1 12 60 2 40 22 67 35 85 48 1 18 61 2 45 28 68 36 86 49 1 24 62 2 50 24 69 37 87 50 1 30 63 2 55 25 70 38 ' 88 61 ' I 40 64 2 60 2H 71 39 , 89 62 1 50 65 2 65 27 72 40 90 63 1 60 "Will entitle a member to a certificate of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS, to be paid at his death to his legal heirs or assigns, whenever such death may occur. A member, or his heirs, may name a successors mil li nonce oi tne anatn oi a memoer io trie nee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 1 October 1872

4 lie mcfl, Ncto Bloomftcli), )a. 1 i ' .-,. , . fr. it V , J V NEW BLOOMFIELI), PENN'A. Tuesday. October 1, 1872. On the 25th nit, the Rev. Peter Cart wright the well-known pioneer MethodUt preacher, died at his home, near Pleasant Plains, Sangamon county, Illinois, aged oighfcy-seren years. There was a heavy snow storm along the line of the Northern Pacific R. R., in Colorado on Monday night of last week. Drifts wore ."found three foot deep and the telegraph wires wore blown down. . Tim Ohk State Lnnatio Asylum was de stroyed hy fire on the '25th ult. Five lives were lost. All tho victims were citizens of Nowhurg, except Mr. Burgess, of Bedford, Ohio. The loss is estimated at $500,000. As far as is known nono of the patients were injured. TnB confession of Kronhoim, the son-in-law of Johnson, the defaulter in the Sub- Treasury, Bhows that lie UBed in stock spec ulations over f 150, 000 of the government money, and instead of boing accepted as a "witness ho has been tried for crime...

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