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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 December 1873

T'J'mnnt1)lliMnnnijJUL A 5l Tuesday, December 16, 1873. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. fWTfoMees of MsrrlM-ns find Death! not exoefMlfnir rouB linns, will be inserted friwi, ami friends throughout the cnutity are requested to Bend such notice in. IS-Tributes of Uesect, Poetry, Ac will Invariably be charged for at the rate of rivs cents per Hue. Brief Items. We do not publish tbe proceedings, held at the Teachers' Institute this week, as promised, as the Secretary has failed to furnish us the copy. e learn that the puddlers employed in tho Mill at Duncannon, have struck in con sequence of a reduction of their wages to $3.00 per day, and consequently work at the mill is suspended. VSome one in this place is soiling very "belligerent whiskey." Its effect was coticable on Saturday last. The temper ance committee, must be composed of blind men, or they would see who it is, . Some scamp placed a tie on the track a short distance from Lewistown, and came near wrecking the Fast Line. Fortunately tbe cow...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 December 1873

6 Tuesday, December 23, 1873. FARM ' AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Te inttfte commxintcallonttrom all permnnwho art interested in matter properly belonging to thit department. Fretfnl Bublfs. ' . An exchange says Bubirs often cry without any apparent reasons ; but a moth er can usually discover a reason if she stops to tluuk about it. And it is worth topping to think about, no matter if the Louse-work or sowing be delayed awhilo in consequence. Perhaps she has eaten something which disagrees with its stom aoli ; perhaps it is thirsty, for little babios aro often thirsty, and will drink a tea spoonful of cold water with the greatest eagerness, and be quiet and satisfied after it. !. Perhaps its little 1 sock is tied too tightly, as my baby's was the other day. I found a deep red mark around her little ankle, which at once explained her fret fuluess. ' More likely than anything else, the flannel band around its bowels if hap pily one is there or its skirt-band is pinned too tightly. I know a ba...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 December 1873

Philadelphia AdrcrtlsciiTents. The Hdleton House, ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN, ' ;Koi 23,' South Tenth Street,' r PHILADELPHIA. , J. W. HOI-ETON. V ' ; ,..' Proprietor. THIS riotol has connected with It a Temper a nos Diniwi Room for ladles mid gentlemen. where meals are served at all hours, at reasonable prices. ixr A Private DInlnff Hnnm for hulles and children has also been added to the accommoda tions of tlie house. . ST. ELMO, HOTEL, (FORMERLY "THE UNION,") JOS. H. FEWER, Proprietor, 817 & 810 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. Terms, $3.60 Per Day, THE ST. ELMO Is centrally .located and has been re-lltted and refurnished, so that It will be found as comfortable and pleasant a stopping plaoas there Is in Philadelphia. 6 29 Batcliolor Bro's., ? .s TRADE MARK. rUNCir CIGARS! . ," now ; ' Better titan any Ever 1 MADE BY THEM. See that the boxes are branded. PECULIAR B. B. PUNCH. WHOLESALE DEPOT, 30 INortli itrtl Street, Branch 23 North 2d St, Branch 837 Chestnut St., (Opposite "CONTINENTAL")...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 December 1873

8 A Woman's Inconstancy. The Honesdstle paper tolls tho following remarkable story S "There Is no doubt many in this town who remember George Caservan, who was a clerk in the Erie Company's freight' of flee at the Union Docks in this place, in 1870. His cut was that ol a regular black leg, and he wore a high lint that was .only kept by the great size of his ears from l.lo 1iAat rtiimiiTitt 1 V frnm trfaar Clerking nt a wayside station was not quite lively enough for' George, and he left Ilonesdaie for two years and sought more congenial tiekls. m tue winter ot '1872 he appeared at the Delaware House in Port Jervis, with a very attractive young woman, whom he introduced as his wife. His general appearance was so re pugnant that it was the generni wonder that a lady apparently so reflnod and so unassuming, Bhouid have chosen him for her lord. By and by the boarders noticed that he treated his wife very badly, and 'the circumstance beginning to be indig nantly remarked upon, he made th...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 December 1873

IBtii ISlSi 4 . . . . . . JH n 3s A ' A. A A Ml mh- ""?cr?r-; AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 'cr.'' Vol. VII. T ' Now Bloomfield, 3?ii., Tuesday, Dccomber S3, 1873. No. SI. CM . ' " ; , 18 PUBLISHED KYBHT TUESDAY MORKIKO, BT FRANK MORTIMER & CO., At New Bloomfield, Terry Co., To,. Being provided with Steam Tower, and large Cylinder and Job-Presses, we are prepared to do all kinds of Job-I'rlntlng lu . - good style and at Low Prices. .it'.' .- i ABVBTITISTNG HATES I ' Tttmtitnt 8 Cents per lino for one insertion 18 " . " twoinsertlons 18' " " " three Insertions Business Notices in Local Column 10 Cents per line. , m -For longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. . ' A YEAS AGO. IN the pleasant summer weather, When the sun was low, . , Bide by side we walked together, Just a fear ago. In the West the crimson glory Slowly died away, As I told the old sweet story ' ' At tbe close of day. ' Joy, till then In life denied me, Bet my heart at rest, As tbe fair young f...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 December 1873

man owning nothing but his hoarded wealth ; and bright metal and handsomely printed note eould not speak to him, nor amile upon him, nor comfort him. ' 1 Bought love was hateful to him, and vol untary affection he could not win. Mrs. Morrisson trembled aa she approach ed his house. Not a glimmer of light wai visible within. The moonlight shone full on the door-plate, stoop, and railings. She lifted Ray up the stops, and timidly rang the boll. Presently, heavy, slow foot-falls were heard, bolts were withdrawn, a lock turned, and Mr. Morrisson opened the door. The first object that met his eyes was Kay's white figure and upturned face, the bril liant moonlight streaming over and past her, and penetrating the dark ball, envel oping his own form in its silvery light. He started, and for a second a curious expression, half fear, half joy,flaslied across his sunken features. Then observing Mrs. Morrisson, he recovered himself and bowed coldly and formally. " Will you como In ?" he said, d...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 December 1873

3STE W -STORK CONTINENTAL Life Insurance Company, OF NEW YORK, STRICTLY M UTUAL t A.mot, ,O50,S01.85 ! ISiSUES all the new forms of Follcles, and pre sent!) as favorable terms as any company In the United States. Thirty days' grace allowed on each payment, and the policy held good during that time. Policies Issued by this Company are non-forfeiture. No extra charges are madefor traveling permits' Policy-holders share In the annual prottts of the Company, and have a voice la the elections and management of the Company. No policy or medical fee charged. ' Tj. W. FROST, Prertdent. M. B. Wynkoop, Vice Pres't. J. P.Rookrs, Bec'y. J. F. EATON. General Agent, No. 6 North Third Street, College lilock, Ilarrlsburg, Pa. TU03. H. MTLMGAN, 6 42 ly Special Agent lor Newport Perry County Bank! Sponger, .Tunkiu A Co. THE undersign id, having formed a Banking As sociation under the above name and style, are now ready to do a General Banking business at their new Banking House, on Centre Square, OPP...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 December 1873

4 ffijji'ittimed; New Bloontftclir, JJci; NEW BLOOM FLELI), PENN'A. Tuesday, December 23, 1873. Notice to Subscribers. Subscribers to Toe Times who wish some other publication and chomo, can bar either of the following at the price men tioned : Peterson's Magazine for 1874 and The Times, for - - - - $2.73. The People's Journal, with an en graving 13 x 19 inches (see advertise ment) and Tho Times, for - - f 3.00. Wood's Household Mucnzino and the splendid cbromo, YO SEMITE, and The Times, for $3.25. AH the above Magazines aro monthly pub ications. Tub legal opposition to tho manner of talcing the vote on the acceptance of the Constitution in Philadelphia, fully nroused those favoring its adoption and the conse quence was that Philadelphia gave 34,120 majority for the Constitution. Conventions to framo Constitutions seem to be unfortunate iu their attempts to please Perry county, as on the question of adopting the constitution of 1838 this county gave a majority of 202 votes against i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 December 1873

mitts. Tuesday, December 23, J873. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. If Notioes of Msrrlages and Deaths not exceedlng Four lines, will be inserted free, and friend throug bout the county are reueMed to Mend such notices in. W i'rilmtunof Heapoct, Poetry, fco., will invarlsbljr be charged for at the rate of ri vk oenU per Hue. Terms to Clubs. Our terms to clubs will be the same as they were last year viz : . Ten copies will be sout for f 11.00 Twenty copies , 3000 In each case the person getting up tbe club will be supplied witb an extra copy. Cg1" No additions mado to clubs at these rates after tbe 10th of January. Mindly Hurt. On Tuesday last, Mr. Single ton Sueafler, met with rather a singular accident. While unloading a load of rails the rail on which he stood rolled, causing him to fall, and iu so doing bis side struck on the Btandard of tbe wagon breaking two of his ribs and driving one of tbo broken ribs into the luug. . Mr. Sheafler was re moved to his home in Centre twp., and his injuries w...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 December 1873

6 Tuesday, December 23,1873. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS fttrange Tnste. It is ft good tiling, we suppose, that tastes differ. In the absence of Asparagus, in Hollniid and Belgium, people cook the tops of Hop vines as a substitute, and call it good, and in England they have been in the habit of using tlio tender Hawthorn branches. Latterly, however, they have taken to eating the flower stems and buds of the Ornithogahtm pyrenaicum, a wild plant and a native of EDgland, of the " Star of Bethlehem" family, which is sold in the markets under the name of Wild Aspara gus. It is tied up iu bunches and at first sight might bo mistaken for heads of green wheat, with a portion of the straw attach ed. Tho Editor of the Gardner? Chronicle says it is "the .best substitute for Aspara gus yet tried, better by far than the Hop tops of which our Belgian and Dutch friends make so much, and better than any ' green corn' we have yet tasted, in spite of what our American friends may say, and a groat deal ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 December 1873

tljc fsfimes, New ; BlooniftdV fla. Philadelphia Advertisements. Tie Holeton House . ON THK EUROPEAN PLAN, No. 23, South Tenth Street, .PHILADELPHIA. , J. W. HOLETON, . . , , . . Proprietor. THIS Hotel has connected with It a Temper inch Dininii Room tur Indies and uentlomeii. whore meals are served at all hours, at reasonable prices. 7 iu- "A Private Dining Room for ladles and children lias also been added to the accommoda tions ol the house. ST. ELMO HOTEL, (FORMERLY "THE UNION,") JOS. Iff. FEWER, - - Proprietor, 817 & 819 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. Terms, $2.50 Per Day, THE ST. ELMO Is centrally located and has been refitted and refurnished, so that It will be found as comfortable and pleasant a stopping pitlv HI IUOIC III 111 X IIIIIMlUipilia. O 2tf Batchelor Bro's., TRADE MARK. PUNCH CIGARS! NOW Better than any Ever MADE BY THEM. See that the boxes are branded. PECULIAR B. B. PUNCH. . WHOLESALE DEPOT, IJiJO NorUi rirrt Street, Branch 23 North 2d St., Branch 837 Chestnut St....

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 December 1873

8 l)e SKtM0, 'Nero: BloonifidlvtJa. Perry County Teachers' Institute. Pursuant to call of the County Super intendent, the Perry County Teachers' Aunual Institute convened In New Bloomfleld, Dec, 1st at 1 o'clock p. M. President in chair. Prayer by S. JS. Buck. N. ot Teachers enrolled 111. After the opening, preliminary re marks by the President, the Institute proceeded to organize Prof. II. B. Zimmerman was elected Vice Presideut and Messrs. G. D. Owen and II. J. Secrlst, Secretaries. Time of opening and closing the ses sions of the Institute was then fixed. Forenoon session open at 9 and closo at 12. Afternoon session open at 1 and close at 4. Evening session to commence at 7j. . Discussion of Queries. How enn dis cussions be conducted that the delibera tions of the Institute will result in the expressions ot'dullnite conclusions in re gard to the superiority of methods and expedients for the advancement of the interest of Common Schools ? Remarks by Mr. W. E. Baker and the Preside...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 December 1873

.T ' TERMS t ftl.QS Per Year,) ,; IK AD VANCE. , J Vol". VII. IS PUBLISHED XVRRT TUE8DAT M0RNIN6, BT ' FBANK MOETIMER & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Pa. Being provided with Steam Tower, and large Cylinder and Job-Presses, we are prepared to do all kinds of Jub-l'rliitlng lu . . good ltyle and at Low Trices. ADVERTISING IIATE9 ; TratuimtH Cents per lino for one Insertion 13 " ' two Insertions 15 . " ' " " three Insertion Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. ' " m.For longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. 1 NOTHING TO DO. "Nothing to do 1" In this world of ours. When weeds spring up with the fairest flowers, When smiles have only a fitful play, Where hearts are breaking every day 1 "Nothing to do!" thou Christian soul, Wrapping thee round In thy selfish stole j Off with thy garments of sloth and sin, Christ thy Lord bai a kingdom to win. " Nothing to do I" there are prayers to lay On the altar of Incense, day by day There are foes te meet ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 December 1873

2 l)c tmcs, New Dloomficft, JJ(u THE TB4IRIE DUEL. IIFTEEN yearn ago, when the Great . West seemed to be muoh further west than it doea in these day of railroad, that " belt all creation," a remold patch or corner of one of the great prairie wa counted by the few hunter and settlor occupying It m t district in itself, and they called it Little Elk Prairie. Among the half-wild character who had built for thorn selves hovels of driftwood and brush on this bit of rolling plain was a huge hulking fellow of mixed French Canadian, Indian, and negro blood, whose name wa Bendbow Lara!. A complete savage in ap pearance, hi clothing, whether in summer or winter, never consisted of more than two garment a ragged shirt and trousers, the material of which was rendered problemat ical by age and dirt. The mass of woolly, Iron-gray hair by which hi bead was thatched was crowned by something that had once been a portion of a hat ; and his immense stockingless foot wore thrust into rude cowskin shoes...

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. — 30 December 1873

Gtljc imt0, Nero . Bloomftcliv Ja. NEW YORK CONTINENTAL let- Life Insurance Company, OP NEW YORK, STRICTL Y M UTUAL t "TSHUESallthenew forms of Policies, and pre J. sents as favorable terms asany company in the United States. Thirty days' grnce allowed on each payment, and the policy held good during that time. Policies Issued by this Company are nonforfeit ure. No extra charges are made for traveling permits' Policy-holders share In the annual profits of the Company, and have a voice in the elections and management of the Company. No policy or medical fee charged. . W. FROST, Present. M. B. Wynkoop, Vice Pres't. J, P.Roubrs, Bcc'y. J. F. EATON. General Agent, No . 6 North Third Street. College Block, Harrlsburg, Pa. THOS. n. MILMUAN, 0 42 ly Hpeclal Agent lor Newport. Perry County Bank I Spoiittler, .In ii Kin fc Co. Til E undersign id. having formed a Banking As. soolatlon under the above name and style, are now ready to do a General Banking business at their new Banking House, on...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 December 1873

4 Ijc Ua0mfitto imts. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A. Tuesday, December 30, 1873. Notice to Subscribers. Subscribers to The Times who wish some other publication and cliomo, can hava cither of the following at tho prico men tioned : , Peterson's JIugnzino for 1874 and The Times, for .... $2.73. The People's Journal, with an en graving 13 x 19 inches (seo advertise ment) and Tito Times, for . . f 2.00. Wood's Household Magazine and i tho splendid chrnmo, YO SEMITE, aud The Times, for $2.25. All tho above Magazines are monthly publ ications. Recokdeu llackett, of Now York, last week sentenced a man to twenty years' imprisonment, for committing rape on a girl eight years old. The Recorder regret ted he could not impose tho death sentence. Owing to tho failure of tho crops in Bon gal it is believed that a famino is inevita ble. At least 11,000,000 of the CO, 000, 000 of people inhabiting the district affected by the scarcity of food will starve to death uu less am is given to tliein. iu the opi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 December 1873

5; Tuesday, December 30, 1873. LOCAL L 12 VA.ll T M E N X. fW Notlw of Marriatro and Death not oxceedin froun llnm, will be lniwrtetlfrtM,, ami I dentin throughout tljp rmmty are reiiupHtod to mu1 such uotirwi in. ir-TriImliof lUwpeet. Ptry, tic, will invariably bo charged fur at the rate of five oonta ior Hue. The Bloomfield Times Calendar FOR 1874. 8 V a Jan. 41 l ft! 7 l ; IM2'1S14US'117, IS 1 2(1 21,22 a 21 July .. 1 2 3 4 S 8 71 8 9 111 II 12 13 19 20 26:27 14I15 16 17I181 21 22 23 24,25! 25 26 27 28,29 30 31, 28 29.30 31 'it's ' 7 11112-13114 ........... ! 1 2 31 4 6 6i 7 m 010 11!12 13 14' IS 16 17 IS 1H 211 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 2. 'i "file f' 8 9 1011 !12 13 14 lMfi 17 1H 1D20 21 22 2 24 25'2ti.27.2 Aug Feb. 2, 3 9 III 16 17 IH'19 20'21 22 1 23 24 30.31: 25i26,27128;29 Mar. Sept 1 2I l 4 5 8 910 1l!l2 6 '71 IS 14 20 21 IS 1 17 18 2223l24 25,26 2J 30 31 27,28 29:30 Ap'l, 1 2 3 4 flllO 11 16 17 18 Oct. 1 2 3 81 9 10 5 6' 7 41 S 6 7 12 13 14 1(12(121 is! 11 12 M314 15'16 17 22 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 December 1873

6 Tuesday, December 30, 1873. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Soil-exlinnstloii Through Exportation. Mr. Robinson, of Madras, recently de livered an address at the British Museum on modern agriculture, in which lie made the following statements : , There is a time when every exporting country discovers that exhaustion follows an injudicious exporting trade. The great grain-exporting countries of Europe have already learned thin ; tracts of coun try which at the beginning of the export trade yielded large crops of wheat, produce now only one-half, in some instances even loss. Thus, in the richest soils in the south of Russia, on which the yield was formoily 40 bushels, the yield is now only 18 bushels. In Poland the result is even worse, and in Dantzio the yield has sunk to 14 bushels. The suicidal agriculture followed in the United Status of America has produced the same results. Only eighty years ago the average yield of wheat per acre in the State of New York was 24 bushels ; now it is o...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 December 1873

I)c imt0, t3tm Blopmfxtfy Jo. Philadelphia Advertisements. The Holeton House, ON THE EUROPEAN FLAN, Ko. 83, South Tenth Street, PHILADELPHIA. J. W. HOLETON rroprletor. THIS Hotel has connected with It a Tkmpeb ancb Dininu Room for ladles and gentlemen, where meals are served at all hours, at reasonable prices. - T10 -A rrlvate Dining Room for ladles and children has also been added to the accommoda tions of the house. ST. ELMO HOTEL, (FORMERLY "THE UNION,") JOS. M. FEUER, ' Proprietor, 817 & 819 ARCn STREET, PHILADELPHIA. Terms, $2.60Per Day. THE ST. ELMO Is centrally located and has been re-tttted and refurnished, so that it will be found as comfortable and pleasant a stopping plac as there is in Philadelphia. 6 29 Batchelor Bro's., TRADE MARK. PUNCH CIGARS! NOW Better than any Ever MADE BY THEM. See that the boxes are branded. PECULIAR B. B. PUNCH. WHOLESALE DEPOT, S:tO North :rcl Street, Branch 23 North 2d St., Branch 837 Chestnut St., (Opposite "CONTINENTAL") 40 6m I'lllLADK...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 December 1873

r8' l)c imc0v Nero Bloomftctii, JJa. A Successful Elopement. A younjf couple entered the cars At Omtiba and were assigned to the section designated on their tickets. The bride (for so the young lady was at once classi fied by the other passengers) wns pre possessing, complaisant, and evidently de voted to her liege lord. The groom was young, tolerably handsome, and very . proud of the trusting young woman nest ling by his side, and so they passed the - very delightful hours that intervened bo fore reaching Grand Island, but here their dream of happiness was suddenly disturb ed. A middle aged man bustled' into the car, and as lie confronted the young couple there was a look of astonishment on the part of the young man, and scream of ter ror on the part of the young lady. The in- ;- truder was the stepfather Of the young lady, who was not yet a brido, but hoped to be on reaching the first station where an offiocr could be found to perform the oere raony that would unite her to the man...

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