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STATE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 February 1869

STATE NEWS. LEIIIGH COUNTY.—Prof. M. L. Stoever lectured at Catasauqua on the 20th inst., under the auspices of the Literary Society. Subject—Washington On Friday night liefore last, John Fry's two-story To^ honse, in Weisenberg township, was destroyed by fire, which originated from a defective stove pipe Building Associations are active and successful Tn the city of Allentown Mayor McIIosu, of Allentown, has been ruralizing down South lately aud returned home "Josh Billings" (Henry W. Shaw) lectured at Allentown on Monday evening, on the subject of " Milk." SuYDEn COUNTY.—Rev. Domcr, of Selinsgrovc, goes to Reading to take pastoral charge of the St Matthew's (N. S.) Lutheran Church Meetings have been held during the week at Richfield, Fremont, Frcoport, Selinsgrovc and Port Treverton to further the project ofa Ralroad from Mitnintown to the Susquehanna river. BEDFORD COUNT y.—Tenament houses in demand at Bloody Run The Republicans at their late county meeting endorsed Governo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 February 1869

—^ ^^-mm — [Communicated.] ANNVIILE , PENN., Feb. 23, 1808. MESSRS. EoiTons.—Permit me through the columns of FATHER AURAHASI , to give the public some idea of how the students of Lebanon Valley College, celebrated the 22nd, Washington's Birth Day. On the evening of said day, a large number of tlie citizens of Annville, aud the students of College, met in the Chapel of the new College building. The object of the nteeting was briefly stated, after which the following officers were elected: President—C. F. Ackerman; Secretaries —J. K. Fisher and Miss Sallio Rigler; Chaplain—H. B. Stehman. Washington's Farewell Address was read by Miss Sallio Burns. Interesting and instructive addresses, appropriate to the occasion, were delivered by James C. Winlack, of Schuylkill county; J. W. Etter, of Dauphin co.; E. K. Hershcy, of Lancaster county, and C. S. Meily, of Lebanon county. Most excellent and soul stirring music was furnished by the Philharmonic String Band of Annville. The stage was m...

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$MftI §tM [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 February 1869

$MftI §tM ITBMS : Mount Joy is a flourishing town. It contains 8, 000 inhabitants, five churches, a printing offloe, two banks, numeroas stores, hotels, confectionaries, a largo steam merchant mill, an extensive agricultural implement manufactory, and is Increasing In population. Mr. J. ». Henry will erect next summer a large hotel at the railroad station in Maiihi-in-. The builders of that thriving town have a great deal of work on hand for next season,— so says the Sentinel. A committee of the Hibernia Firemen visited Lancaster last week, with very handsome testimonials in the shape of resolution* very handsomely engraved and framed for tbu Union and Friendship Companies, in return for their attentions to them at the Fireman's parade in this city, last fall. The visitors were handsomely entertained by their friends here. A man employed at Banck's Mill, near this city, was stopped by two men, on the road, one evening last week, and his pocket book demanded, Which he surrender...

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THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 February 1869

THE MARKETS. Lancaster HousehoM Matket*. l.AMOAS*S»J»l). -U . Buttcr. ttB. *4 6 80 Lard . W 1. -° Eggs . Wdoz V> Dressed Chickens, -10 0? In lloof, by quarter, loi trout,%1 lb 0 t* J» ^r Jln. ^...jXa~ do. uiudu . uarlors. 11 Hi \1 Whole Hogs, i>cr lb 13 Veal, by quarter, 10 & 11 Sausages '.'0 @ lb Potatoes, » bus W ^1.00 do. fr halfpk 13 ft V, Turnips, V halt pk « (i> 10 Onions 10 @ i". Apples, W half pk 3'i © 3'. Corn In the ear, T l bus HO Ml.UU Onts, y bax of 3 IJUH ' .!¦ ' > Hi.M -»•«- •¦ - - The Produce Markets. Ptni.AOBi.PHiA, Fi'b. S4.—J'tiere Is less Clovorseed offerlutc, but Ib.i ilomand ii less pre^iii'.:, uud prices remain us lai'tqnntuil: Kinall xiilu-s at f9.SO@10, and com. ; fiom second bands above tbe latter quotations. Tlmotliy can not b:' quoteil ovor »3 31@ t.4.">. Sales of Flaxseed a I ¦ju.G.') , at which figure it Is taken on arrival. The flour trade is Ufeluss and nnsatUfaotory, the receipts have fallen off, but t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 February 1869

CATHAK1NB SMITH, 1 by her next friend January Term, 1S69. HENRY BROKER, I So. 169. vs. Summons in Divorce. DAVID L. SMITH. J THE DEPENDENT WILL TAKE NOTICE that depositions will be taken on the part of tbe pUtatlg; before me, a Commis sioner , appointed by the Court ,at my offloe, No. X South Queen street, Lancaster city, on SAT. URDAY, the iTtbdayof MaMb, IMD, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. of said day. m. M. KT/TT, Oemmiastoner, felrt0-4t] Office of Hon. T. Stevens. -_-_j —.j „—i.^j —H_L.XUI.IJ i_i- Fertttlxer*. "Vfjft- Sivic sro r TRAVBL1SO AOENTS. Fanners and Dealers wno send their orders direct to us, can avail themselves of the lOWKST P«ICK8 And safe tie CommUjslpn. Karly orders will be aAvanUgjeOos to buyers. BSALLBN A N¦ ¦ BEDLE8, Kannlkotnrers 6f SUPER PHIOF LIMB. AWD THB AMMONIATED FpRXILIZBR. PERUVIAN " GUANO. We sell only No. 1-reoeivod direct from I he Government. FISH GUANO. A splendid Manure packed in barrels. Wo also oiler for sale PUB ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 February 1869

Dentistry. I^AKCASTKB , Jnnc SBth, ltt8. KDITOBS EXFBBSS: Dr. Wm. M. Whiteside, the enterprising Dentist, has purchased from mera large stockof teeth and all the fixtures, the instruments Tnrmerly belonging to me, and also those used by my father, Dr. Parry, in his practice. In tksrWsjtebase , tM doctor has provided himself with Borne of the most valuable and expensive instruments used in dental practice, and has beyond doulit one of the best and largest collections of teeth tM instruments ln tbe State. Personsvisltlngtaeeetamodiousoffleee of Dr. Whiteside, cannot fail to be fully aoeommodatod. The Doctor loser no opportunity of furnishing himself with every late seiaanne improvement In his line of business. _^ ¦ H. B. PARKY. TT^ M. w«rr»iDE, ' D B ^9T T I Sr 4?. OFFICE AND HWSMM<i% EAST KING *f»EET, Xext door to the Court House, over Fabnestock's Dry Goods Store, LAXCASTK1I, 1* K N N A . Teeth attracted withditt pain by the use of (Nitrous Oxifa) Gas. noSO-tf] Jewelry. y...

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j MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 February 1869

j MARRIED. I LEBER—KJSLLITZ. Hy JaeoK Uriiihoiit, , John W. L«l»-r, of York ' , P»., to Catharine ' KellitK, of K. LnmiH'ter. IIKISKK—MiiitT/.Alb Dytoes»roe, Henry S. Heiscr to Miry A. Me^pall, lJOtlt of Kph. r*ta. ' '. . • ^ SEKSRNIO —Kitv. Rv-eWiaanie, Oeo. It. Henseni K to Sallie K. Kry, ftjath of Ephrata township. ".-' '•«. HOLSHOITEX— MATIIIAS.. 9f the S»«Be, ! Valentine Holshimer, of K. iNavgalWl0 A»- : giiHta Muthiaf, of Pequ»a-tisj»i^. ' ^dk, EHY—KCKKRT. On the IftKnK, hr tttS Her. Mr. Wiggins, C. ClemsWI WW^IMIP monte, to Tillie W. Eckert, at »* $m1»sWH, both of Lrtneaster eounty. y»./ » .# *0'vjji i SHAIH—ALOIEH. jOa_<|ftji^ t> M^tJ E ; Anna Aigier, ai^-^-^« " etiMiKS ^ !IY'r l BAi«--8a»»«av .0« «h» MHHb j«*!• «" ' Or. Qreen«al<l, mm* mii^mk W$TrW% i Shober, beth; of 4h« ejli. *'^m- ~ »* / > ¦ •' *$™F&B&toL\MZlfa&y?i 'i i by Eev. J. V. HMMHMI *V-»evr», ot Strasbnrf two., *##j!^PM>Ms ,.of I'-'videuce twp., tkl...

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" vtW: ;¦>: ¦ [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 February 1869

" vtW: ;¦>: ¦ i B JLA*D. On the^plMwt., *4 helWhAience iu the village of New ttollaml, Eli* the Hi O., ; widow of the late Jonathan H. Roiaiul, in the 50th year of her age. WBAV«a. On the 17th hist., In the borough ' nf Strashnrg, H<tiry Weaver, agral T9 years, II months and if day*. i ZAHJI. On WelnestUy last, in this city, ! Mr. O. Thonias Zahiu. b) the Si th year of his age.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 February 1869

*, lUtoks and. Stationery. TaVl «ailer«igno<l wlshli-.g to UEI>U<:i: HI * i*A$q| M<H;K OF BOOKSiaflsTATIONKIiY, | WILL».LL AT (;il T, ON fcCfeWTNT OF Hi:.M<JVAL. t '¦- ¦? ' ^ ,- -.... . IK J. 11. SHKAKKKH, j ^ A"- ~jfi' ; ft % ^& lfBsw*> f "it' * Xo. Si North Queon street, ^SL, UfmsmmrSK Laneaxler, l*a. ¦M^ll^HJKEAPBST j UO^a^Ji A N4> ST.A T10 N K R V i -'*' '•' * -' .«*» «!¦ roapsa or ' wawt-xrite * ifMMOa^KT.4. SagUsh aad °^pM*"*W|[ .f£ _ ¦ j- Blljlis Hi11ili i mm li r BOL^S/and Teae&etwHHpinof aO kinds, Ob ' ! jeet Lessons ou Una CJkarts. Tho iat«*t Mc;8i<rn<»oi». ;-, aft* SHE KTM USIU torftr* aoaW • pieoo I STATIONEUV ANU FANCY ABTICLES ' ofairktods. | WHOLESALE AND-BET AIL. | BIBLBflforSScts. TESTAMENTS for lO ets ' febSO-tf] JD. S. HARK. | —J. i wm '¦ «'» " M I Fntlt Tree Invtfiorator. FARMERS, LOOK TO YOUR Fitt:iT TB*:K S I THE OUEATKST DISCOVERY OK THE AGE I _ !._ i LKST'.S KitlTIT TliKK INVIU...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 February 1869

Dry Goods. TH08. J. WENTZ, Having purchased of Charles E. Wenta and ! Henry C. Wentz. their interest in the firm of WE.VTZ BROTHERS, now offers tho immense •took of DRY GOODS, CAKPKT8, Oik CLOTHS, NOTIONS, GLASS AND QUEENSWARJJ, At the Lowest Possible l'rlees, in order to rcdnde his stock. Having a large stock of DOMES1HJ GOODS, on hand, purchased before tho late advance, ho offers them at the Old Price*. Calicoes, Muslins, Sheetings, Shirtings, Tickings, Checks, aad all Housekeeping Goods. .sold at Inducing Ix>w Prices. He calls special attention to the Glass and Quoensware Department. THOS. J. WENTZ, Successor to Wontz Brothers, sign of the Bee Hive, No. 5 East King street, .Lancaster, Pa. [tebS-tiO-ly SFKING,1809. GLASSWARE. KlfENC-Ii, CHINA AND ENGLISH GRANITE WAKE, I Now opening at I HAGER & BROTHERS. I BEST QUALITY BOSTOX & PITTSBTJKG GLASSWARE, purchased direct from tbe Manufacturers. Engraved, Cut aud Pressed Tabic Tumblers , Goblets, Champagne and...

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geiutfjjtoattterU $cit$cH. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 February 1869

geiutfjjtoattterU $cit$cH. BREEF FUM SCHWEFFLEBREJTCiER. SCHLIFFLETOWN , Feb. 23, 18C0. MUTER FODDER ABRAHAM: Geshter war amohl an ivver ous interesting}' tseit doh in unsonn shteddle. De demokrata hen 'efh Washington si geborts dog g'feiert, dort ons Kitzelderfers, tin dc; Bevvy hut nicr kt»a ruh g'lust bis ich er fershprocha hob onna tsu gea tin so a wennich observations nenima for an report derfu tsu shrciva for in de Tseitung nt'i du. About tsea uhr formiddogs hob ich tswca lawyers seana dorrichs shteddle nuf fhhra. Fans, fun cna war seller kroll-keppich fun Reading rouse, tin der ouncr seller dickdingriehwu olsso greiselheftich grcisht wann er si shpeecha macht. Uf course, se hen g'shtupt ons Kitzelderfers, hen eara gaul ous shponna lussa un sin ins house nei , un de gons trupp wu dort uf der porch g'shtonna lmt sin aw grawd hinnieh cana noch tin nei in de barehtub, un es fershteat sich aw fun solwer das se net shlow wahra nf tsu shteppa un cans nenima mit denim Rcadingto...

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c9tMt&. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 February 1869

c9tMt&. CRIME IN NEW YORK-A JUDGE THAT DAREB TO 90 RIUHT. A pet of the thieves (John Real,) himself a deputy sheriff, was brought to trial before Judge Barnard, last week. He was a man who had premeditated and carried out In cold blood the murder of a police officer. So confident was he that his own political strength would secure him from the consequences of lils crime, that he had proclaimed his Intention to murder In an open court room. The chamber of the Court was thronged with the worst desperadoes. Witnesses were threatened with death. The Jury Was dared to bring ia a verdict of guilty. Bets of fifty dollars to ten were made In the presence of jurors that the murderer would escape. The judge on the bench was cursed for his precautions against an attempt to rescue the murderer. In open Court he warned the villains that their purposes were known, and that they would not be allowed to succeed. So gleet was the danger, that the presence of two hundred policemen was n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 February 1869

GENERAL CARL SCHl RZ, United States Senator elect from Missenri

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Qmj^jptoi_ [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 February 1869

Qmj^jptoi_ /- Courtship is bliss, but matrimony is mister. ' —The cranium in four parts—The hortdj quarters. j —Unmarried ladies with independent i resources should husband them. I —The p-cnsiintrst husbandry is the ' destroying of wee Ts -widow's weeds, — What fruit does a newly-married : c up'e most resemble? . A green pair. —There's no harm lu a glass of whisky [ - if you.allow it to remain in the glass. —We always respect old age, except 1 when stuck with a pair of tough Chickens. | —If ladies wcro cast adrift on the sea, : where should they steer to' i The Isle of ' , Man. i —Why is a baby like a sheaf of wheat? y'Beeause it is first cradled , then thrashed, ' , and linally bet'oiucs the tlower"of the | family. —An old tobacco chewer finds that the Bible sustains his favorite habit. lie quotes: "He that is filthy let him be filthy still." —There is a man in Totnes so witty tliat his wife manufactures all the butter that the family uses, from the cream of his jokes. —Why i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 February 1869

L Professional. VS J. DICKEY . Vf# ATTORXKY AT LAW. 1 °'Jr J°?. !#0U'F,J WHKN bT.,seoonU bousebfllow tho " Fountain Inn ," Lancaster, Pa. JB. LIVINGSTON7 ~ r> * ^ ,. „~ ATTORXKY AT LAW. «J?T£1 5y«.No ,\" 2SJiT " < >UKK ST -we«t "MO. north of the Court Hbuse, Lancaster, I'a. CHARLES DENUES, „ ATTORNEY AT LAW. OrricE: No. 3 SOUTH DUKE STRKET, Lancaster, p«. ' J ' OHX B. GOOD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ornca: No.MEAST KlttU ST., Lancaster, Pa. J " " W.TOIINSON, • , ATTORNEY AT LAW. Orncs: XO » SOITTH QUEEN ST., Lancaster, Pa. . _ DP. ROSENMILLER , JR., • ATTORNEY AT LAW. Owncm: Wtth A. Hcaa B*ITB , Esq., South Queen St., opposite the office of ''Father Abrabam," Lancaster, Pa. AC. REINOEHL, • ATTORNEY AT LAW. Oarics: No. S SOUTH DUKE ST., Lancaster. JOHN P. REA7 ATTORNEY AT LAW. Or»l0»: With Hon. O.J. DICKBT , No. 21 SOUTH QUEEN ST., LancastcrL Pa!___^^ MARTIN BUTT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Orvioa Of the late Hour TuAPDEFS STKVBVH, Wo. t» South Queen St., Lancaster Pa. AMOS ' ii....

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HOW HENRI WARD BEECHER MAKES HIS SERMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 February 1869

HOW HENRI WARD BEECHER MAKES HIS SERMONS. Ralph Meeker contributes to the March number of Packard's Monthly, an interesting account of "How Beecher makes bis Sermons :" When he first commenced to preach he wrote oa% a few of his sermoas, until be had enough other writing to semot his style. Since then he hM never Written out • discourse in Ml. He has a« Idee all (be week as to what subject be will tre*t on Sunday Still, there Is no definite plaa in his mind until the time arrives. , . liefbreSnn&V^rnlhy^^Bund»v after noon. Then he spmatjatea gets so. Bsany sermons under way that the one he rhtftnAi to prepare a neglected ,ant^ tbe nrst bell rings, whereupon he throws aside the incomplete work, and, Mocking*** adlteoene , he hastens to the palptt. Oenetallj' , he wHtet what would make a quarWr of A aarnVon , embracing Ike leading poinU to bepineantefl In preparing a sermon he lint "blocks It out," and lays the feundatfm with a part ef the framework. At the proper plac...

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N ; A GOOD YARH. y ^ [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 February 1869

N ; A GOOD YARH. y ^ ¦r In the village of lived a man who had once been a Judge of the county, and well known all over it by the name of Judge R^ . He kept a store and a saw mill , and was always sure to have the best of the bargain on his side , by which he had gained an ample fortune; and some did not hesitate to call him the biggest rascal in the world. He was very conceited withal, and use to brag of his i business capacity whenever any one was near to listen. One rainy day, as quite a i number were seated round the stove , he j began as usual to tell of his great barj gains, and at last wound up with the j expression—! •• Nobody ever cheated me, nor they . can't neither." '• Judge." said an old man of the ! company, 'I've cheated you, more than ' vou ever did me." i " How so't"1 said the Judge. "If you'll promise ' £ ' ou ' wont go to law ' about ft, nor do " any tiling, Til till you,, or , else I wont; you an' too much of u law character for me." "Let's hear ,'* cried ...

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IN BACHELOR WILL A REICHY FRAW! [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 February 1869

IN BACHELOR WILL A REICHY FRAW! On der Ilochgelobtcr un bummer awlishcr Fodder Abraham's printer: Weil ich net do longy dawya So sons olleanich leawa konnr Hob ich now im sin tsu frohya. Bei oily shcany mendlin aw, Eb net cany deat sich shleesa On mich for'n fraw mit earn hond; Oh! was dcat drum sell mich pleasa-Ich wrcr der hreppisht monn im lond! Now, my condition dc ich mach: S'mtii cany sei recht shlick, un fei—I'nnochan 'bordich wichtich sacli-Das reich un shpaarsom set sc sei. Fun character froke ich net long noch. Un aw net weaya gutem hwrtz; Yusht greenbacks g'nnnk—donn shtcat mer hoch—Sell is dc euro for noat tin schmtcrtis. Kany. mit gtld—ilcuk yusht: mohl draw An eayeuer plot/., uu house, uu sheicr: ¦ So cany such ich yctz for'n fraw—So shtock mus mit wann ich yea hcier. Doch for ca dausend dcat icVs gea, I in fall ich kent kca reiche Anna—'Dcat gor nix gevva urn folshy tsea Uu nix uui lternun^—nix urn sinua. Now sog, du guter FODDER AnitAnost Uu's iu dci roushich T...

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gXiMtlhrnoM. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 5 March 1869

gXiMtlhrnoM. Hallvwtds. "PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL R. P Trains leave tile Central Depot as follows: KAKTWAItD. WKSTWAHn. C'inoin.Ex....l2:17a. m. Eric Mail 1:60a. m Pliila. Express 5:1*2 " I'liilii. Exp... '2:10 " FaslLim- 7*0*2 " Mall 11:15 " Litno. Train.. '.1:0.1 " Fast Line 'i^p.m Day Express. 1:45 p.m. Columbia Ac. 2:15 " Uarrlsb'ir Ac.5-51 " Harrisb'g Ac. 5:54 " Lane. Train.. 7:'.ltt " Cilicln. E.I....10:43 " "IJEADING AND COLUMBIA R. R. ON AND AFTKU THURSDAY, XOV. 2(5 , 1808, PASSENGER TRAINS WILL BE KUN ON THIS ROAD, AS FOLLOWS: LEAVE. ARItlVI!. Lancaster 8.-00a.m. Rending 10:*)a. m, " 3:*.'5p. ill. " 5:40 p. ill. Columbia .''•00a. in. " 10.-20a.iu. " 3:-'0p.m. " 5:40p.m. RETURNING: IEAVE. AHRITI'. Heading 7:00a.m. Lancaster B:15a.m. " 0:15 p.m. " 8:26 p.m. " 7:00 a.m. Columbia 9:25 a. m. " 0:15 p. m. '¦ !):'2ua.ra. " 8:30 p.m. Trains leaving Lancaster and Columbia ag Jibove, make close connection at Reading witli Trains North and Soutli; on Philadelphia and Reading Railr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 5 March 1869

" "With malice towards none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right, as God gives ut to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we are ins t° oind up the nations wound*/ to care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow and his orphan, to do all which may achieve and cherish a Just and a lasting peace among ourselves and with all nations."—A. Z.

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