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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 February 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY FEBRUARY 10 1S37. 7 A If 11 tf -THE ADVANTAGES OF t!cuRF DYSPEPSIA by acting at once on tluit most important organ iltc Stomaclt Iicures INDIGESTION by canning the assimilation efllie food ImiRFS WEAKNLSS by toning quickly the whole system Jtcjirfs MALARIA by enriching theblnod nntt driving the malarial poison entirely out of the body. It curfs CHILLS & FEVER by Stopping the fever and restoring tlie nerves to a healthy condition. It cures KIDNEY DISEASES by strengthening tho parts.purifging the blood and relelving alt pains in the back. It cures LIVER COMPLAINT l ft mailing tho Liver and Jtnteets act prompily carrying off tlie surplus JMc by regulating and strengthen) nq the t tMwa ijrowin vj me neuajaee a; hcck. It ckres RHEUMATISM by making the blood flow regularly and venly through the veins ami by removing therejrom tlie cause of the disease. It curfs FEMALE INFIRMITIES by regulating the functions giring strength to all diseased parts. It mal...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 February 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. FEB11UAKY 10 1SS7. I : i ! i: I ii 1 1 AYER'S HAIR mm Is dilL'litful toilet unkl: and. at the aame timr an effective pmi.ly Tr all dis- wsc of the liair and scalp. I: cau-c the Lair to grow luxuriantly rvnicr it soft j)li:inl and plooy air I rv-torvs t he jouth- ful color. "J have hern usiri .Iyer's Hair l'ior with marvelous surrcs. It retrcs the color to (ray hair. ; romot s a fresh growth and kcej it t-tn u and healthy. As n toilet article. I have never found its e.juaJ." Vrs. J. J. Burton. L inear Me. rRTJkRI'I PT Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. Lowell Mas Sold by all IruMs. Price $1; lx bottles $5. The Makkkts. Financial & commercial. Attn February There was nothing In th situation to day worthy of special attention or comment Bonds Stocks Etc. Nr York. February ;. Bond cliei at th (ollowlnn irice btC: Vejier- dy. " p.j 11 1S 114 tin :i 114'i ll-ind. To-dr. liT ll'"a li l-.t'4 111 w) To 114s I Cited MUte l.'ltere.l t'ni'ed !!teii 4 tailed Mte 4 . ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 February 1887

KLY VOL. XVI. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 17 'S7. NO WEE STATESMAN GALVESTON. Further Particulars of the Great Failure of Elock Oppen- heimer & Co. The Bulk of the Loss Falls on Eastern CreditorsOther State News. Special Telegram to tke Statesman. Galveston February 15. The wholesale dry goods and boot and shoe house of Block Oppen- neiiner & Co. tiled for record this morning the transfer of their entire stock also their business premises in payment of obligations due to local creditors. These local debts asregate JiiVS" chiefly owing to banks and local capitalists who endorsed tor the firm. The stock was invoiced and turned over at TO cents on the dollar aggregat- ing $.1)4321) The building and fixtures were trans- ferred at the net valuation of J'AVC.i less the mortgage me total naiiinties or tue nrm win reach i7':00X) nearly all ot which except that which f secured as above isowinirin New York city Over $."h)!)03 is owing to II. 1$. Chaflin & Co. reacn w cltv 1 he...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 February 1887

THE GREAT POWERS. And the Verv Little So Far Done by Them for the State. Bushels of Bills Introduced and an Abundance of Provender for Buncombe. Stray Matters of Gossip Ileard nere and There About Com- mittee Clerks and Some Other Things. The i-en&tt yeterday morning succeeded in killing the bill which intended to give mortgngt a priority of claim over the al- lowance of widows fucerul expenses and cot of attendance and physician in the last UlneM. The kill was introduced by McDonald who stated the reasons for its passage ic a masterly manner and he had a vein of good practical common sense running tnrough all of his remarks: while all the sentiment and everything that could appeal to the sympathy of human nature was agaiut him. On the other side the array of feeling appeal was legion. The protection of the widows and orphans of tne mortgager had Its old- time effect but the fact that probably the mortgagee might have died in the mean- time leaving widows and orphans depend- ing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 February 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 1887 3 side of the incorporation of the district ohools and county superintendents sys- tem the bill waa bnt a reflex of the old law and might be written on a single page and that it was simply an effort to con- form the old law to the proposed change. It was not applicable he contended where there were mixed populations without great injustice to the tax payers. The bill was discussed by Messrs. Page Moore of Travis; Haling Grace and Kir- licks. The motion to strike ont the enacting clause was defeated yeas 37; nays 57. Mr. Truitt introduced a bill punishing employes of railroads for willful or negli- gent violation of the orders of their su- perior officers resulting iu injury to par- son or property under penalty from $ 25 to $1000 fine and confinement in jail from ten days to one year. A communication from the governor . transmitted a memorial of teachers and citizens of Texas in behalf of a state edu- cational exhibit in the national ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 February 1887

I V BROVII'S 7 m i i srvo chuiw reos wJtfc rrMjEcn-iBLi TOUCS. - w-RlT tLEiSSES 4 L B 1 1 H ES T H E BLOOD. fUk --" -- -U. It X4 !! Uf UHk. hMith. r prod -AlA OrHEH 1B0I MLUIUJES DO. . . in i niMiiinia.niiill1 H TO""' vm If B Kt-ooL-M. erf Mir. J .-r3 Brow'. lrr Bit- - ITSrSlln U blood. MX rmwrii ili drP BMWVLtM?t- BAI.TIMOU. Btt ACTIVE LAWMAKERS! With Plenty of Material Upon which to Operate the Wind Pump. Tow Measures of I.ote have Passed and Half a Thou- sand yet to Bob up Serenely. Committeo Meetings and their Results the Greer Coumy Question and the Wil- lis Investigation. The solons of Im mu-t be well con- tent wi-.h tht-.r 1 jt judging by the amount of time they occupy la tlie d.s- cnsien of oieasnres upon which well set tied opiuion are knoa to be pretty gen- erally held or upon which they know the diversity o- opinion is to great that their legislation woulJ be practically in operst-ve-. An eight line bil!. arueDdatory to th hunting and fi-hing law the bill. simple iu itsel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 February 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 17 18S7. 5 r fli i1ito3 f r.OEflluH DRPRECES i SPECIAL MOST PERFECT MADE Prepared with strict regard to Purity Strength end Health! ulnesa. Br. Price's Baking Powder contains no Ammonia Lime or Alum. Dr. Price's Extracts Vanilla Lemon Orange etc flavor dcliciously. PRICE BAKINQ POWDER CO. Chicago and St Louis. TMirftiiiMHiwrifcrtri)MatirfiwvAi'-'Hft)i-iMi .The penalty imposed is imprisonment i the county jail from six to twelvemonths or in the penitentiary from one to three "years. . J By Mr. Williamson For the appoint- 'ment of stenographers for each judicial district allowing a salary of $1200 each Powder NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS M tlllU BlgUb UtUUllgB guiiig ttuu cum- fng. By Mr. Latimer by request Increasing Vthe pay of district and county attorneys. Reports of committees ware sent up 'without reading. House bill to prevent the gift or s.ile or loaning of deadly weapons to minors lunder penalty of from $25 to 100 was engrossed. 4 UAtioii K...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 February 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 17 18S7. G WEEKLY STATESMAN. Al'.SflN TKX.tii. ! -TK OF SUltstlUrTIOX. O.ie month Three moatus.. . HI x month Twelve month.. 1.00 a.50 5.UU . 10.00 .. $:.() BU.11MV UAii.r Twelve months... six nioQt v . l.UU wtSKH. " J I'urrftvH Miiifitllfl 'Ju ui. . ....... . I'M fv.mijti.v IN AUVANLB Poir r to all pirn ot t'ie United State ncl Canada kmii hif Jrft on Austin. V. U. nioiwy order u Mini note reifiatcrwl lnttr or express Sample capita nt true on aill-titi. AM I'tl'tlU Din O'lTINUUI AT TMC Kll-UUTION Of TMK TlMK I'AIU roll. Sultecrllwr will pivw imwrve tne date on their w tfuera. Suuscrllwrs wishing wlilr.tsii ot imir chanipHl wil state in their p;illi Minn hotli llm old and uw a ldreM. AH. V. . SCOTT la In charge ot ho city sun- so Iptl.m iirff'vM of Tn statB'IMas and all co npU'nis or notltwi wt charii; given to liliu or IfX at tula oftlm will have prompt attention. S itwcr!Mre who do not rix-tOva ilmlr paper reini- Wrly are riiestil to not...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 February 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 17 18S7. 7 n Hemorrhages. sstfK from tlia . Stomach. ixune or irom miy cause 18 speeuny con- trolled and stopped Sores Ulcers Wounds Sprains & Bruises It is1 cooling cleansing and Healing. fjjtjfcWh It is most efficacious for this VCliai 111) disease Cold iii the IIead&o. "Pond's Extract Catarrh Cure" specially prepared to meet serious cases should be applied Willi Pond's Extract Nasul Syringe. Rheumatism Neuralgia. No other preparation lias cured more cases of these distressing complaints than theExtrurt. Pond's Extract Plus ter is invaluable in these diseases Lum- bago Pains in Back or hide &c. Diphtheria Sore Throat Ue the Extinct promptly. Delay is dangerous. Pi ICC a 1"J-BleeAliig nr itching. It rUCSi is the greatest known remedy ; 'rap- idly curing when otlier medicines huve failed. Pon -I'm Extract Ointment k of gi-eat servics whore the removal ol clothing Is inconvenient. For Broken Breast and Sore Nipples. b!-" used Th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 February 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATES5L v TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 17 18S7. I fl i :; m Wonderful euros of Scrofulous dixrasis continually add to tiio reputation of Anr's Sarsa- pnrilla. John McDonald. 121 Suffolk St. Lowell Mass. says : " For a number of years I was . great sufferer from Scrofu.a vhkh manifested itself in early childhood. So virulent and offensive were tlio lores whic' arrcared on my body that my parents .tept mo from school most of the time "i became emaciated pale languid and feeble and my friends said It was Coisumi tion. A physician in New York state recommended treatment with AYEB'S Sarsaparilla tho Scrofula from my blood. to reniov After tal.! i hir. bottles I was permanently cured Suk.kVall Dw2l.-ts. Trice $1; six bottles $3. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aver & Co. Lowell 11m. U. S. A. The Markkts. Financial & commercial. Aihtik Febrnary tf.-Tbe streets having .rled from tlui recent drizzling rains and tho atmos- phere tolnif balmy and delightful the business streets were crowded ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 February 1887

STIN WEEKLY STATESMAN VOL. XVI. AUSTIN' TEXAS. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 24 17. NO U PALESTINE. .Getting Ready for the Contest Over Judge Reagan's Seat in Congress. The Assassin's Bullet at Navasota- A Negro Murderer the Victim. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Palestine February 22 On the election of Hon. John H. Keagan to the United States senate and his consequent resignation from the fiftieth con- gress it was supposed that the election to fill the vacancy caused thereby would not be ordered until after the legislature adjourned and that in the al- eence of some legislative requirements. Gov. Ross within hi9 discretion would not issue a proclama- tion ordering said election to be held prior to July. Such was th general understanding. 11 now ap- pears that the last was not well settled and upou suggestion lion. John Young Gooch of this city yesterday telegraphed Gov. Ross inquiring whether in the absence of further legislative ac- tion the election would be ordered to be held prior to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 February 1887

a AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 24 1887. CAPITAL WORK. Good Day's Record for Law-Makers for the Last Day in the Week. the Concealed Weapons in the Senate and Now Counties in the Ilouao Were tho Attrac- tions for the Day. Senator Glasscock and His Friends Pass the University Land BillChips Around the Legislative Wood Pile. Yesterday wag not particularly an im portant day in legislative work nor was it devoid or considerable interest uur barren of result. The senate passed several matters of some interest before leaching the bone ot contention of the day being the bill to inorease the penalty for carrying oonoealod weapons. This measare has been discussed at great length in the senate and while opinions on its necessity and propriety have been varied the seuato finally concluded that the six-shooter ought to go and passed the bill with an imprisonment feature added. The railroad commission bill was the ponding business yesterday when the senate adjourded but it was postp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 February 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 24 18S7 3 of article 4710a relative to assessing steoks of goods was carried and the mo- tion to strike ont the artiole was lost. The bill as amended was ordered engrossed. Mr. Gresham introduced a joint reso- lution for an amendment to the constitu- tion so as to make provision for the maintenance and improvement of har- bors and the entrance thereto on the gulf coast as among the subjects for which the legislature may provide. Mr. Williamson in trod need a bill pro- viding for stenographic fees as part of costs of courts in the district conrts; al- lowing 20 cents per hundred words for transcripts of stenographer's notes ex- cept in felony oases and misdemeanors when the defendant is aoqnitted; provided that the fees shall in no case exceed $10 where the verdict of judgment does not exoeed $500 and so on in graduated soale up to not over $10 in any case. Other bills were: By Mr. Smith of Travis A.n appropri- ation for the Texas Guards. B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 February 1887

LEGISLATIVE WORK. The Pistol Bill Goes Through Like a Flash. Solons Still Worrying Over Railway Commission Measure. the The Willis Caso in the Committee RoomOther Gossip from the Two Houses. The legislative session it drawing clone to that time when member will be anxious to get away from A nut in for the reason that $2 a day will not pay board bny drinks and cigars and otherwise en able the law maker to enjoy himself. This in view the larger percentage of the mem- bers are anxious to get down to bed rock business. There is a flood of bills yet hanging op in committee rooms or awaiting with patience if a bill can have such a thing as patience resurrection from the tuble. In the few remaining days of the session it will be physically .impossible to pass even a majority of the measures that have already been introduced aud the faot that a great deal of valuable legislation is yot unreached forces the belief that AN EXTIIA HKHHION will be necessary. Home members are in dined to resent ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 February 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY FEBRUARY ?4 1887. rcBEAfif f 1.DEPRIBES ! Kij M I SPECIAL I K IP' PAtritf . I BffrR--------rJjs) 1 NATURAL FRUIT XSLgNLY IN gjy W FLAVORS MOST PERFECT MADE Prepared with strict regard to Purity Strength and Hcalthf illness. Dr. Price's Baking Powder contains no Ammonia Lime or Alum. Dr. Price's Extracts Vanilla Lemon Orange etc. flavor deliciously. PRICE BAKIUQ POWDER CO. Chicago and St Louts. GREEK COUNTY. Who Has Don9 the Most to Re- claim it for the State ? To the Editor of the SottoBnian. During tUo year of 1878 Pressler's & Langertnan's map of Texas was oompiled from tho records of the general land of- fice and oertified to by t he cointnission- er of the general land office as a correct map which places the initial monument on the south fork of Red Itiver and states n said map ns established by the bonudary commission our own state map thus showing Greer county "to be wholly in the Indian Territory. Colonel William H. Russell the boundary ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 February 1887

6" AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDATMFEBRUARY 24 1S37. WEEKLY STATESMAN. AI'STIN TEXAS. jt. rns of suhsckiptiox. One month..... Three months. Biz months.. .. S l.oo .!) B.U8 W.U) .. t i.oo Twelve months.. . SUNDAY IMILT Twelve months.... ttlx muni is.. WEEKLY. Six months Twelve months 10.75 1 'iU Ponge tree to all parts ot the United btatas and Canada R.mithvHrfton AiiHtin. P. O. money order postal note. reirliitor! lHttr or express Bainjjle COplHS Km I row on apimioiiui. AM. Paper Dibooktinuid at tub Kxpikatiob Of Tin Tims Paiu run. . Bahecrlbers wlU please observe the date on their w tappers. Subscriber wlolilnu aiiilrwss of paper changed w 11 state in ineir appucauou ijuiu mo " aiareeo. an. r. a. owl i w i" eiptiiidrM"tiintof Th Wtatshhak and all co npla-'nta or notices f chenies Riven to him or ie:x at una omr win uw i"'t" B.ihocrilwrs who do notreo-lve their paper reim- 1 rly are requested to notlfv the ofllce. Carrier oos are not allowed to sell papers. BTATKHMAN PUBU8HINO t'O...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 February 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 24 1887. V Hemorrhages jsassffiss: Nona or from any causa is speedily cou- trolled and stopped Sores Ulcers Wounds Sprains & Bruises It is' cooling cleansing and Healing. Tfltarrh 11 1 most efficacious for this uuiui in aiseagei in the Ucaji4.0. Pond's Extract Cutarih Cure" specially prepared to meet serious cases should be applied with Pond's Kxtract Nasul Syringe. Rheumalism Neuralgia. No other preparation has cured mors cases of these distressing complaints than the Extract. Pond's Extract Plas. ter is invaluable in these. diseases Luin-' bago Pains in Back or bide &o. Diphtheria Sore Throat Use the Extract promptly. Delay is dangerous. P!f AC ? '""MSleedlng or Itching. It A llCp is the greatest known remedy; rap- idly curing when other medicines have failed. Poml's Extract Ointment it or great service where tho removal oi clothing Is inconvenient. For Broken Breast and Sore Nipples.havrVn'ce used Tho Exti nct wiil never be with...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 February 1887

EISIM'AKY 24 I'l G AUSTIN wr.V.KL STATESMAN. THURSDAY. 1 Ayer's CherryPectoral may bo nllei! upon for relief In nil dis- eases of llio throat aHl lungs; ami for tbo rpeulv cure of wvoro Colds or Coughs it L:h no equal. E. J. Down Itonncait's Berkeley Co. S. C. writes : " Some timo a-o I c'oiiiractcil ly exposure a sever? fold mid Cough. After two or tlireo nioiilli.i I begun to think thcro would bo ho chango for the better. Iy uttention biins directed to Ayer's Cherry Pectoral I iirocurcd a bottle and began taking it. It Cured tVly Cough before this first bottle was used and I ra;ldly reeovered my Lralih." A. J. Davis Atchison Kalis. writes: "This prltig I tools n severo Cold which settled on my lungs. In tlireo days It became most difficult and painful for mc to breathe. As soon ns possible I pot a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral nnd was promptly relieved and cured by Its use." Ayer's Cherry Pectoral ritKiMnnn by Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co. Lowell Mass. For sale by nil Druggists ' 11...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 March 1887

'. s rv fr sa irni -w v Y IT m. ij i I v r rs s.4 rev i TATE a u mm VOL. XVI. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY MARCH 17 18S7. NO 17 WEE K S'MA OFFTHBRAILS. Dreadful Disaster on the Boston and Providence Railway 30 r " Killed. Over Fifty Wounded---Alleged - Causes of the WreckShock- ing Affair. Bosros March 14. An accid.int this morning occurred in the Dedham branch of trie Boston & PiovHm.c railroad between F'.irest Uill nud Kos- lindule at wu it is known as Btisaty park bridge The 7 o'cloi k train from Dedhaui consisting of seven cur nnd a Un.'-fw or under churire of Con- ductor Ti (leu broke tiirou.-li the bridge.' The engine and thren cars went over safely but liv.) Others foil throngn Urn bridge to the road U'liei.tb a diHiii of iliiity t'n-t. The last car which w the smoker turned uumplei sly vf and struck m lop of the others all being crush.'.! nlm.nt oiu o Blm.e. The cvneof the accident is s.il'l to have be n the breakiui; of the bridge. Uepoits in to tin; number ut i engere and pi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 March 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 17 1837. LEGISLATIVE. The Orphan Asylum Bill grossed in the Senato. En Thn T.nnA Tinurd Comes in for a Little Discussion in the House. The Agricultural and Mechanical College Asks for an Addi- tional Appropriation. COMMITTIllt MKKTINOS. A delegation consisting of C. 0. Garrett of Brenliiun nod W. H. Cavitt of "Jryan directors; Ctipt. T. M. Scott agent aud L. L. McGinnis secretary of the board of directors of the Agricultural mid Me- chanical college lit Bryan were present at the meeting of the house finance com- mittee last night for the purpose of pre- senting the claims of the college for nn additional appropriation to enlarge the facilities of the college for the accommo- dation of growing scholarships and to meet thiH nn appropriation of $300JO i iu addition ti) the $l.rM)D annual appro- priation to meet the running expenses of the college. The house judiciary committee No. 1 held an informal meeting to night to hear tho explanation of Mr...

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