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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 9 February 1878

i i ii i in rum ,'ini i mi in m ""' Arizona Sentinel SATURDAY, : : : : FEBRUARY 9. . IjOCAXi MATTERS. St. Valentine's day comes next Thursday, Clothing, in suits or otherwise, at prices to suit the times, at II. S. Fitzgerald & Co's. 40,000 pounds lead arrived here last Sat urday from Castle Dome, eng route to San Francisco. "Work is well under way again on the artosian well. Six feet more have been added to its depth. Fifteen coils of huge hawsers have come In for the C. S. N. Co. Looks as if they in tend to keep on stcamboating. The next boat up river will probably go as far as Mohave and leave here on the 15th, unless some unforeseen delay occurs Tanks for bailing out water, irons for a whim and other trifles here for the Mc Millan company, indicate that this com pany intends to keep on "sinking" Twenty-five boxes of silver ore,fiom the McMillan mine, are due here next week, consigned to D. Neahr. They weigh about 7500 pounds and are valued at 75,000 say ?10 per pound. A larg...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 9 February 1878

Aeizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, : : : : FEBRUARY 9. aiew Patents. Through Dewey & Co., patent agents, San Francisco, we receive the following list of U. S. patents granted to Pacific Coast inventors, viz: E. DeCourcy, S. F., awnings; J. TV. Ma honey, BishoD Creek, Cal., plows; J. TV. Allenwood, Timbuctoo, Cal., ore washinc apparatus for hydraulic mining (reissue) ; E. TV. Haines, S. F., a medicine for horses trademark. The Alsaroba Tree. In describing ft ranch at Orangethorpe, the Anaheim Gazette says: " I must not forget to mention the algaroba tree, seven of which are bearing. Some years ago the editor of the Rural Press informed the farmers of California that he had in his office a supply of algaroba seed which had been imported from South America. He offered to distribute this among the pat rons of his paper. Mr. Metcalf sent for Bome, planted it, and these trees are the result of the experiment. This tree, when in full bearing, yields a ton of pods, which are largely fed to cat...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 16 February 1878

y irs'xiz:r,JEiSD3i:TV,i? lis .A.X.X4 things. IVJUX'JdXlAlL. IN JV'OTHING YUMA, A. T., SATURIfY, FEBRUARY 16, 1878. VOL. VI. NO. 45.. Tho Arizona Sentinel. Published every Saturday by tlio "Sentinel Publishing Company. SEORCE TYNC, - - - Editor AND general business agent. 8 nl s c i'i p 1 1 o n s One year . v c. - "uu 8lx months.. 3 00 -Single copies-.t 1' jVcL-veirtising: x 'One inch, each insertion t ... .2 50 'Each subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re 'duced rates. Job DPx'lTitiiiS ; 'Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter- Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro--gramraes, etc., printed in every style, with neatness and dispatch. "Currency taken at par. C. W. 'Crane, Agent, 42G Montgomery St., Sax Francisco. DAVID NEAHR. fcdn Stree't, '40 California Street, Yuma A. T. San Francisco. Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in IENERAL IERCHAND1SE. Invites attention to the best selected and most complete stock ever offered in this market, consisting in part, of xooen...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 16 February 1878

Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, : FEBRUARY 16. It. I. P. The Citizen says Gen. Kautz is to bo banished to the solitude of Angel Island. We have quoted a few remarks from that journal, which completely take the wind out of the Sentinel's rigging, in sailing on this subject. TheMiner says Kautz wants to go there but that, perhaps, he cannot be spared from Arizona. 3IcDowell wants to have Kautz handy, where he can revise K's. newspaper articles before they get into print. Angel Island is a lonely spot; being plac ed in command of it " is neither promotion or reduction." If Kautz really likes this island business, he has only to behave at Angel as he has in Arizona, to get himself neither promoted nor reduced to the command of the Farallones or Coronados. In Arizona ho has been a heavy load for the army to carry. His example has been a bad one to younger officers, who have elected to follow i t. Among them they have brought discredit upon a large majority of as gallant, cultivated gentlemen...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 16 February 1878

Arizona Sentinel. 8ATURDAY, : : : FEBRUARY 1G. LOCAL MATTERS. Twenty-two more recruits came in on Thursday. Mixed lot. The chief of the workingmen's party al ways goes to Horton's to get fat, fresh eastern oysters. s Kerens & Mitchell's stage line now runs four-horse teams all the way to Tucson. Travel is increasing. The Gila arrived lrom Ehrenberg last "Wednesday, bringing some 30 tons of lead ore from Castle Dome. One hundred hides and 813000 worth of Silver King concentrations were shipped to San Francisco last Tuesda-. The Yuma postolice paid out $3100 on money orders, during 48 consecutive hours of this week. Good showing. -o- A new restaurant and bakery has hcen started on Main street, opposite the ex press office. It opens for business to-morrow morning. Five car loads (about 150) of recruits ar rived here Wednesday morning, and will be distributed over the Territory as rapid ly as possible. The Presbyterian Board of Home Mis sions is contemplating the establishment here ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 16 February 1878

Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, : FEBRUARY 1G. KIssiujr His I'eet. Rome, February 11. Tho public were admitted to St. Peter's yesterday to view the remains of the deceased pope. The crowd was tremendous and many women fainted. A company of Boldiera had to cuter the church to regu late the passage of the crowd. The body, arrayed in pontifical robes, lies on a crim son bed, at each corner of which stands a member of the Noble Guard, with drawn sword. The bed is surrounded by twelve large candelabra, and is so placed that the feet of the deceased are outside the altar rails, in order that the faithful may kiss thorn. Montenegrin Marching. In a recent published account of the Montenegrin army, some details are given of extraordinary marches which have been made by its soldiers during the present war with Turkey. Before the battle of Butschidol,the force engaged had marched fourteen hours, across country, over hill and dale, having, moreover, previously been under arms for six hours. On this...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 23 February 1878

S0 w EVDEPENDENT llSr AjL.1, THINGS. VOL. VI. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1878. NO. 46: The Arizona Sentinel. Published every Saturday by the Sentinel Publishing Company. 43EORCE TYNC, - - - Editor XSH GKXEKAL BUSINESS AGEXT. Su"bsci!litIoix : fGnc year,.-. ?5 00 Six months 3 00 fiingle copies . .- 12 'One inch, each insertion $2 50 Each subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year -or quarter at rc- duced rates. Jo"b 3ExIixtlixs-; Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter- Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., prlnteS in every -style, 'with neatness and dispatch. E5FCurrency taken at par. C. W. Ckaxe, Agent, 420 MontgomcrySt, San Francisco. DAVID NEAHR. Main Street, 40 California Street, Yuma A. T. San Francisco. "Wholesale and Retail Dealer in M Ueneral ERCHANDISE. Invites attention to the best selected and most complete stock ever offered in this market, consisting in part, of Groceries, " Provisions, Wines and Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco, Hardware, Tinwar...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 23 February 1878

Aeizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23. Apologetic r.xpluuatlon. The Prescott papers have scold ed us for grumbling because the Bank of Arizona only offered SO per cent for pay vouchers of em ployees of the Territorial prison. "We thought, and still think, that offer was too low. "We have known of army disbursing officers, in col lusion with merchants, using gov ernment money for buying up vouchers at an immense profit. We know that great sums of mon ey have recently been paid into the Territorial treasury ; that the Territorial Treasurer is also a pil lar of the Bank of Arizona. Ev erbody knows these facts, while possibly not everybody has the same blind confidence in that Treasurer's integrity that the Sentinel has. Under these cir cumstances it becomes easy for weak minds to suspect the Bank of Arizona, in collusion with the Treasurer, of following an army precedent and of using Territorial money in the purchase of Terri torial vouchers, at a discount ru inous to Territorial cre...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 23 February 1878

Akizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, : : : : FEBRUARY 23. LOCAL MATTERS. Bpiccd bacon something new and de licious at Monteverde & Gandolfo,s. Try aome ofjt The Silver King Mining Company paid another monthly dividend of 50,000, last Thursday. Cigars of all grades and qualities, from $1,50 to $5,00 per box of 50, at H. S. Fitz srald & Cos. Superintendent Hewitt, of this division of the Southern Pacific railroad, is here putting every thing into new shape. One hundred and sixty recruits, in charge of Lieut. Touey and Dr. Moran left here Thursday for various parts of the interior. Several lots of fruit trees have been im ported here of late for residents of Yuma by Geo. F. Coats, postoffice building. They have ariived ill excellent condition. No pains are spared in securing fruits, vege tables, etc, in as fresh and perfect condi tion as possible. Give him a trial. The Telephone is coming. It left San Diego on the 19th and should be here to Jslyor to-morrow, accompanied by Lieut. Reade ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 23 February 1878

Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, : : : : FEBRUARY 23, The Kentucky legislature has repealed the State lftw to prevent bribery at elec tions. The Democrats desiro unrestricted suffrage. Tlinllincr experience of a Captain of tlie Cuban Patriot Army. A few days ago there arrived in St Louis a man who left Cuba on the 24th of De cember last, and who served four years in the patriot army. He was captain in the Second Regiment, Second brigade of Cav alry, under the command of Maximo Go inez, the present commander-in-chief of the patriot forces, who now number 2S,400 men, of whom 3000 are Americans, princi pally ex-Confederate soldiers. This captain was one of Stonewall Jackson's men dur ing the civil war, and shortly after its ter mination he enlisted in the ranks of the patriots. Under orders from his superior officer" his company, numbering eighty men, was detailed to destroy a plantation belonging to a Spaniard, near the city of Cardenas; but, being betrayed, the entire command was surround...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 2 March 1878

fine INDEPENDENT IN JLUJL, THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING VOL. VI. YUMA, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1878. NO. 47. r The Arizona Sentinel. Published every Saturday by the Sentinel Publisning Company. SEOHGE TYNC. - - - Editor AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT. S-tLbscx-Iptlon t One year $5 00 Six months 3 00 Single copies 12 A-d-vex'tisins : One inch, each insertion S3 50 Each subsequent insertiou 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. Tol Print-Ins:? Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., printed in every style, with neatness and dispatch. "Currency taken at par. C. W. Crane, Agent, 426 Montgomery St San Francisco. DAVID NEAHR. Main Street, 40 California Street, Yuma A. T. San Francisco. "Wholesale and Retail Dealer in G ENERAL lERCHANDISE. InTites attention to the best selected and most complete stock ever offered in this market, consisting in part, of Groceries, Provisions, Wines and Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco, Tinware...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 2 March 1878

- A' Arizona Sentinel. SATUKDAY, : : : : : MAllCH 2. Arizona does not seem to care much about having her resources favorably represented at the Paris Exposition. Secretary Gosper writes us that no ore specimens have been received by him, to be forwarded. None have been heard of in this part of the country. Those Frenchmen will never learn of our Castle Dome lead mines and Gila City placers. Some d d fool will exhibit a horned frog caught on the San Diego desert, and labeled "From Ari zona;" the creature not being edible, the French will take no interest in Arizona or its putative product. If our cheek were not bo hardened, a blush would be called to it by the indifference of Arizona as to her standing at "Paree." ARIZOXA AIIEAW AGAIX. S44,500 Pei' Ton. Ore assaying tbese startling fig ures has actually been foind in considerable quantity; we have seen the certificate of assay, which gives the value in gold as $42,873 and in silver $1649.43. Selected specimens shown us would assay th...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 2 March 1878

5 Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY,, MARCH 2. LOCAIi. aXA-TTJrtS. The wood contract for the Empire Flat mill has been taken by Frank Snyder, A very desirable and comfortable dwell mc: nouse is oilered lor 6aic. ltcaa tnc -advertisement. A new blacksmith shop, 25 by 55 feet, is being built for the steamboat company, near the ways. The jail has been cmptjr most of the lime for the past two months. Are we too poor to be naughty? Eastern papers report the loss, off the Carolina coast, of the clipper ship C. C. Overman. Was that one of yours, Charley? A large steam pump and a car load of heavy water pipe came in on "Wednesday, for the railroad company's water works A rumor is current that the Gila river is raising and bringing downa flood of water. The telegraph gives no confirmation of the report. District court week after next. Few cases. Either our people are not litigious, or the xailroad has left us nothing worth quarrel ing over. Several nice lots of fruit tree? have been comingfrom Los ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 2 March 1878

Aeizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, MARCH 2. By existing laws the president, in his discretion, can retire from active service an officer of the army so soon as he attains .the age of sixty-two years, provided there iB a vacancy in the limited number allowed on the retired list This power being left to the discretion of the president, each officer arriving at the fatal age seeks, through personal influence, to be retained, and the result is those serving in Wash ington, or having powerful friends at court, stay in the service till death, while those doing the severe campaigning life on the frontier have to go. At this time, while only one officer of the line is eligible for retirement, over thirty of the non-combat ant class are; this, in itself, shows a suffi. cient reason why the army should be on the same footing as the navy. Let Con gress so declare and this species of favor itism, which is so hurtful to the service, will no longer bo known. Washington Republican. A Tnma Witness. The fo...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 9 March 1878

IIS" NOTHING VOL. VI. YUMA, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1878. NO. 48. i:n:d ie: i? e ivr is rv r.r in a.jl,tl. tiiiivgs. The Arizona Sentinel. Published every Saturday by tlio Sentinel Publishing Company. SEORCE TYNC, .- - - Editor AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT. 8ul)scrIptIon : One year ?5 00 .-8ix months 3 00 :8ingteopIcs I A.d.vertIsins: One inch, -each insertion $2 50 Each subsequent insertion 1 2 Contracts by ithe year or quarter at re duced rates. Job .3?i'lrit.liisr ; Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Lcttcr- Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., printed in every style, with neatness and dispatch. t"Currency taken at par. C. W. Crane, Agent, 42G Montgomery St., San Francisco. DAVID NEAHR. Main Street, 40 California Street, Yuma 'A. "T. San Francisco. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ENERAL IERCHANDISE. Invites attention to the best selected and most complete stock ever offered in this market, consisting in part, of Jroonei, Provisions, Wines and Liquors, Cigars aad To...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 9 March 1878

A.KizotfA Sentinel. SATURDAY, : MARCH 9. Triumphant Telephone. Lieut. Philip Reade, acting Sig - nal Officer in charge of the TJ. S. Military Telegraph, arrived here Thursday afternoon, bringing an improved hand-telephone. Tele phonic communication with San Diego was established yesterday morning, and again in the after noon. Messages wTere sent thro' and repeated, audibly and dist inctly. The distance is nearly t wo hundred miles, and is greater than any heretofore telephonical ly traversed by the human voice Lieut. Reade's investigations of telephony have conducted him to ward many new discoveries in this new field of science, and have attracted much attention from the Signal Service. He has been ordered to report at Wash ington, as soon as he can be re lieved from his present duties. NEW TO-DAY. Delinquent Sale Hiotice. SIOXAL SILVER MIXIXG COMPANY. T nnntlnn nf Tir5tirln!i1 nlflPfc nf business. Sun Frauciseo, California, 419 California street. Location of works, Signal, Mohave c...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 9 March 1878

HORTON'8 Sample Room Has been fitted up in , the most convenient ana tasty manner Next to the Postofflce, And supplted with the most Celebrated Brands of Choice Liquors, Imported. Clsrars, Champagnes, Clarets, Cordials, Native and oreigu w iiies. St. Louis and Milwaukee KEPT ON ICE, BEADY FOB THE USE OF GUESTS. Thp. fnllnwin'r ivaH known brands Whisky, soft and mellow, cannot fail of to suit tne taste 01 patrons: Jesse Moore's Bourbon, J. H. Cutter, J. F. Cutter, Miller's Extra, Cyrus Noble. HENET HORTON .... YUMA. A. T, I YUMA I CITY MARKET. "We keep constantly on hand BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, POULTRY, GAME SAUSAGE, BUTTEB, EGGS AND every delicacy procurable. We always get THE BEST to be had in the country and when that is not good enough, we send and get what is good from some other country. The Railroad supplies our market daily with the choic est products of the Pacific Coast. L. A. SMITH cfc BRO. Dec. 22-tf. Cila street, Yuma, Arizona. IS-A.C LEVY, Proprietor. Having become the owne...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 9 March 1878

Arizona Sentinel. ATURDAY, : : : : : MARCH 9. WHAT A BII1I1IOX 3IE AXJS. A Xnmber of Winch Few People Appreciate the itcal Sig nificance. Henry Hesscmer in (he London Times." It would he curious to know How many of your readers have brought fully home to their inner consciousness the real sig nificance of the little word ''billion," which we have seen of late to glibly used in your columns. There are, indeed, a few intel lects that can fairly grasp it and digest it as a whole; and there are, doubtless, many thousands who cannot appreciate its true work, even when reduced to fragments for more easy assimilation. Its arithmetical symbol is simple and without much pre tension; there are no large figuresjust a modest 1 followed by a dozen ciphers, and that is all. Let us briefly take a glance at it as a measure of time, distance and height. As a measure of time, I woud take one second as the unit, and carry my thoughtthrough the lapse of ages back to the first day of the year 1 of our e...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 16 March 1878

I3VIDEI?DE:IDaT I2V JSJUJL, Till IV GS. NEUTKAIj IN 1VOTI3LINO YUMA, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MARCH 16, 1878. NO. 49. VOL. VI. The Arizona Sentinel. Published every Saturday by the Sentinel Publishing Company. 2EORGE TYNG, - - - Editor A2TD GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT. Sixbscx'iptlon s One year & 00 43lx months 3 00 Single copies 12 One inch, each insertion ?2 50 'ch subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re iticed rates. Job 3?r ill tins; Lagal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro lamines, etc., printed in every style, with neatness and dispatch. ISFCurrency taken at par. C. W. Crane, Agent, 43G Montgomery St., San Francisco. T. J. DRUM Attorney at Law, Prescott, : : : : Arizona. F. L. B. GOODWIN, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Prescott, : : : : Arizona. RUSH & WELLS, Attorneys at Law, Prescott, : : : : Arizona. SAMUEL PURDY, Jr., Attorney and Counselor at Law Office on Maiden Lane, near Second St., Yuma, Arizona. PAUL WEBER, At...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 16 March 1878

isxasussxis &RIZOKA dENTINEL.;' SATURDAY, : : : : : MARCH 1& , L ,., ..rJ. Panoeha brown sugar in cakes of excellent quality, and manu factured at the ranch of Redondo Brothers, is offered for sale at sev eral stores in town. There is quite a local demand for it. Sugar-cane grows well in all the -valleys of Southern Arizona, yieldingalnrge. percentage of saccharine matter. These facts have been fully set tled by extensive experiments during the past three or four years The only thing to hazard the: profitable growth of sugar here; on a large scale, is the alkaline , character of much of the foil in the valleys of Gila and Salt rivers, as well as of their waters. This alkali soda and potash is taken up by the cane, expressed with the juice and Remains with the sugar on boiling down, giving the sugar a salty flavor. We can offer a few suggestions for neutralizing this effect. Calcined sulphate of lime (burned gypsum or alabaster) ap plied to the soil may combine the zhe salts ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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