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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 2 June 1881

mt Volatile XVII-Ne. 234 LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, JUNE 2. 1881. FrieeTw farts. CMIUIXO, VNHEItWEAtt, JtV. OUMETHlliG NEWI iAOi' THREAD UNDERSHIRTS, FEATHEIMVEIGHT DRAWERS. SUSPENDERS, AT ERISMAN'S, .THE SHIRTMAKEIt, KM. SO NORTH JUKfcN STREET, H KN"IS' JFUKN'ISUING GOODS, &C. An article that ii WELL BOUGHT IS HA LF SOLD. But It will only apply te llie-c cases whun; the goedsare markcil at a reasonable profit. The reason why c have haii I he little about AXU- STRAW HATS el late Is hcc-auie they are net a new tiling with us. But there are many new things among tliem ami worth veur .-ceing. We keep an assortment el FIRST-CLASS GOODS, and if you want something cheap we have it te .show you. WILLIAMSON & FOSTER, ONE-PRICE HOUSE, 36-38 EAST KING STREET, LANCASTER. IA. OI'HINU OPENING AT H. GERHART'S New Tail! Establislimeut, Ne. 6 East King Street. I li:i Jti-I completed lilting tip one nt the Fiiu-M Tailoring Establishments te he leuml in llii- Mate, anil tint new prepared te .s...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 2 June 1881

2,1881. lanrastct f ntrtbgcncer THURSDAY EVENING, JUNK 3, 1881. Xutfclpal Matters. The message of Mayer MacGonigle te the city councils will be found te be of mere vital concern and interest te our t ixpayers and citizens generally than the ;mnual deliverances of national and state executives. In our American .demo cratic system of local self-government it is the efficient, honest and intelligent ad ministration of public affairs nearest te home that is of chief importance. This is thesourceef the higher authority, and if kept pure and well regulated there is less danger of derangement in the upper departments of civil administration, which we are entirely tee apt te invest with undue significance, and, in our zealous care for which local matters are apt te be ba overlooked. As a member of common council, Mr. Mac Gonigle showed a discernment and dis cretion in his treatment of municipal questions which secured the confidence of the public, and his election and re election te the chi...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 2 June 1881

LANCASTER JbilLY ItrtaiicMcETmpDAY, JPNE 2, 1881 J COLUMBIA NEWS. OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENCE. The regular monthly meeting of the Shawnee fire company will be held this evening. Carncross will positively be herewith his company next Tuesday evening. The box sheet for the performance is new open at Richards' book store. Reserved seats are selling for fifty cents. The condition of Emanuel Fry, who was hit en the head with a large stone while the Decoration day fight was going en, is said te be critical in the extreme te-day. Allisen, the man who threw the stone, is yet at liberty. A robbery of some kind was committed last night at the tell gate en the read te Marietta. Traffic in freight is again picking up en the Pennsylvania railroad. Whit Monday bids fair te be a quiet day in Columbia. The new school beard will meet for or ganization some time between this date and next Thursday evening. The exact time has net yet been appointed. A child named Fink, whose father is the tenant en Gen...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 2 June 1881

I :; T'r i ? f Jt S if '. r ' LANCASTER i)AttY.lHTEIMteNlgER, TH AYJUNE2, 1881. ,t. V iUncasict $ ntelUgcncer. THTJB8DAT BVBNINO, JUNE 2, 1881. VEGETABLES. Fertlie IsfTEtHOEXCEU. What makes my HttJe love se thyv Why comes sbe net antar inc ? she never vu fe coy before, KUe surely doesn't tear me ! Rut e it seems ; blie turns uway With blushing tace averted. Her eyes downcast se charmingly She Is sweetest disconcerted. Instead of turning henoe as new. She used te nestle toward me, An.l fnrmv limnaire DaidbCrlips, Her eyes would then reward me ; And trembled then that lower' lip, New close pressed te the upper But ah! I'm en the right scent new. She had onions ter her supper! W. F. McS. A FUNERAL SENSATION. i:xtraerltnarv Scene in a Church. A very sensational scene took place at the funeral of a wealthy jewcler, named Hubert J. Smith, iu Pittsburgh. In the morning, among the numerous carriages that drove w te the house of the dead was oue containing the wifo'frem whom he had liccu div...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 3 June 1881

(H)je ptttf a$tefi Volume XVII Ne. 235. LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY, JUNE 3. 1881. Priee Twe 0ts. CLOIHINO, UNDERWEAR, &c. OUMKTIttxtG NEW! LACE THREAD UNDERSHIRTS, EEATHER-WEIGHT DRAWERS. SUSPENDERS, AT ERISMAN'S, THE SHIRTMAKER, NO. 00 KOSTU OUKfcN STREET, fTKNlS CTJllNISlIING GOODS, C. All article that U WELL ROUGHT IS MALI' MOLD. Uut it will only apply te 11101(3 cases where the goods are marked at a reasonable profit. The reason why we have said sq little about ii Goods STRAW HATS of late Is because they are net a new thins with us. Hut there are many new lliinH amen thctn and worth your teeing. We keep an assortment el FIRST-CLASS GOODS, and if you want .something cheap ue have It te show yen. WILLIAMSON & FOSTER, ONE-PRICE HOUSE, 36-38 "BAST KING STREET, LANCASTER, PA. Ol'KING OI'ENINU " AT H. GERHART'S New TaMi Estalieet, Ne. 6 East King Street. I haw jiii-l completed fitting up one el the Finest Tailoring fcMahllbhmcntK te be leimd in this UUt. and am new prepared te bhe...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 3 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY iiJTELLlGENCER, FRIDAY. J NE3, 1881. lancastet f ntd&encet. FRIDAY STONING, JUNE 3, 1881. The Jrtlclary. The worst feature about the scramble for judgeships in Harrisburg, out of which the new judicial apportionment liaa been evolved, k net the unnecessarily large number of judges provided for nor the money it requires te pay the super fluous, but the character of the men likely te be elevated te the judiciary. Surely the tone of the bench has de preciated se fearfully in this state in the past few years as te make the legal pro fession apprehensive of any mere down ward steps. But when it is remembered that the increase in the judgeships new proposed is due almost entirely te a de sire te serve local, political and personal interests there is geed ground te fear an administration of the law that will net be above contempt if indeed net subject te suspicion. The framers of the new constitution seem te have forgotten te take a leek at the map when they pro vided t...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 3 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 188L THE COIXE'S FURRY TKACKDY. Funeral 1 tue Murdered Girl Kuima Myers. The funeral of Emma Myers, the victim of .Jehn Ceyle, jr., took plaee from the resideuce of her grandfather, Samuel Myers, at Marietta, at 3 o'clock Wednes nehday afternoon. The interment took plece in the in the SamarifH cemetery". Itevs. Brown, of the Reformed churcu.auii Shannen of the U. B. church officiated. The funeral was one of the largest that has ever taken place in Marietta. The iieeple for miles around the scene of the muYder, en tlic Yerk ceuuty side of the liver, and from Marietta and the country around it, en the' Lantaster county side, flecked te the town in droves te attend the funeral and get a glimpse of the fea tures of the murdered girl, and a crowd congregated at the cemetery long befeic the cortege arrived. Many beautiful floral offerings were sent te tha house of mourning, and the casket was literally covered with them. Nene of the Ceyle fami...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 3 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY iOTEIUGENkR, FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1881. Lancaster Intelligencer. FHIDAT EVENING, JUNE 3, 1881. Farm art Gardes. Suggestions rer the Sesamtr Leisure. Germantown Telegraph. On the extensive seed-farm of Messrs. Ltndreth& Sens net a cbieken is te be found, but a large number of guinea-fowls arc allowed the freedom of the grounds, which destroy insects of every kind and are considered invaluable in this respect. The potato-beetle's cress and rccress ..iwii-B in their visitations. Many are 6cen in the Delaware, clinging te any support te carry them en their way. The ether day while in the vicinity of Bridesburg, nene were visible, but after starting for the New Jersey shere numbers were seen clinging te sticks floating in the river, and many were noticed en the opposite shore, although no apparent damage was dene te the plants they usually infest. The late raius have had a rcmarkable effect upon the grass and grain crops. Wc think they have added te the grass yield about f...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 4 June 1881

i r i ,ku Sdjje y mxtifl 'J niT,ir?J. Volume XVU-N. 236. LANCASTER, PA., SATURDAY, JUNE 4. 1881. Priee Tire Carta. il4imcuuunai W . "' UWMiJJ.1 kil, HJB - r CLO1HIX0, VmtKRWMAR, c. OUMKTHIHG SEWI LACE THREAD UNDERSHIRTS, FEATHER-WEIGHT DRAWERS. SUSPENDERS, -AT- ERISMAN'S, .THE SHIRTMAKER, Ml. S6 NORTH QUEEN STREET, TMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. Te-day we open a full line of Spring and Summer Goods for Men's Wear, which has never been eclipsed in this city or any house In the country ter quality, style and high toned character. We claim superiority ever anything we handled ltcterc during our experience et quarter et a century In business, and our reputation is established for keeping the II nest goods in our line. Our opening te-day Is an invoice et Novel ties captured from the wreck of a large Bosten house, whose failure has precipi tated thede goods en the market tee late in the season and consequently at a sacrifice, se tbey are within reach of all desiring a flrst-cluss article at a mo...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 4 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCES, SATURDAY, JUNE 4. 1881 Lancaster Intelligencer. SATURDAY EVENING. JUNE 4, 1881. The Virginia What-Is-It. That hybrid association of Mahone's saems itself te be in much doubt as te what sort of a political animal it is, and presents itself te us as half horse and alligator, with a candidate for governor who proclaimed himself a Democrat in ac cepting the nomination, while the nom inee for lieutenant governor announced himself as a Republican. On its face this would seem te be a fusion for spoils upon the issue of repudiation, that being the only issue which divides this or ganization from the regular Deme cratic and Republican parties of the. state. The claim is made by the Ma hone people that they are mere favorable te the freedom of the ballet and te the rights of the negre than the regular Democrats are; and the Republican newspapers of the country are very fend of accrediting Mahone with this virtue and of shutting their eyes te his objec tionable d...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 4 June 1881

LANCASTEKIDA1LY INTELLIGENCER SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1881. THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY Meeting el the Investigating Committee. In response te two calls, one of which was sigued by Jake Halbach and Larry IJutns, in the interest of Jehn D. Skiles, and the ether by Sam'l Evans in the inter st of Sam Matt Fridy ct al., and both of which declared that at least twenty-five geed and true Republicans had sworn 1 that they believed frauds had been com cem mitted at the late Republican primary election of sufficient magnitude te vitiate the ticket declared by the return judges te be nominated, the investigating committee met in Grant hall this morning. The time of meeting was te have been 10 o'clock, and Sam Evaus was promptly en hand, but it was half-past ten before the Halbach party put in an appearance. Then the-deera were opened aud a score or two of politi cians were admitted. There was then some quiet consultation among members of the committee and their counsel, Hay Brown representing one party ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 4 June 1881

LANCASTER tAlXX -ENTEIJ JgMR SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1881. icaster intelligencer. -ir-M SATURDAY STONING, JUNK A, 1881. Hack. Tfae American Agriculturist says an aero of .swamp muck of geed quality, three feet deep, is actually worth $25,000. Ne deabtsach abatement lis surprising. Se was the statement of Dr. Lawes, of England, that a ten of bran fed te cows returned mere than its cost in manure. The best muck, free from sand, contains two per cent, or forty pounds of nitrogen in a ten. Nitrogen is worth in the mar ket twenty-five cents per pound, se that a ten of swamp muck is worth $30 for the nitrogen in it. All that is needed is te work up the muck, se as te make the nitrogen available. An acre of swamp muck three feet deep contains 2,500 tens, and would require eight months te draw out at ten leads a day. Few persons realize the value of the fertilizing element of common waste matters which lie under their feet, and the innumerable tens of matter that may be available for fertil ferti...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 6 June 1881

(Stye $fttfa$te3 lgiintcllieiciuTr Volume XVH-Ne. 237. CLOlHWa, VXDEUWXAH, AC. SOMETHING NEW) iCJS TIIREAD UNDERSHIRTS, FEATHER-WEIGHT DRAWERS. SUSPENDERS, AT ERISMAtfS, ,TIIE SHIRTMAKEB, NO. SO NORTH JUKEN STREET, TMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. TtMlay we open a lull line or Spring and Summer Goods for Men's Wear, wlilcli lias never been eclipsed in this city erany house in the country ler (jnality, style and high toned character. We claim superiority ever anything wc handled before during our experience et quarter of a century in business, and our repututien Is established for keeping the finest goods in our line. Our opening te-day Is an invoice of Novel Nevel tics captured from the wreck of a large liosten house, whose failure has precipi tated these goods en the market tee late In the season and consequently at a sacrifice, he they are within reach et all desiring a llrst-clu.su article at a moderate price. The consignment Includes a full line of the cel bratcd Talamen's French Novelti...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 6 June 1881

LANCASTER PAILT lJVTHiLLIGENCEft ;tf ONR&Y. JUNE6. 1881 Lancaster intelligencer, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE O, 1881.. Tke Bnes r Pen. The effort te remove 'the remains of WilliaB Fenn te the state be founded it seems is net te succeed, owing te the resolute refusal of the authorities of the Quaker burial place in England te con sent te the removal. This is a natural -refusal en their part, since they enjoy the distinction of being the custodians of the grave of se illustrious a man. And they can defend their action en very sensible grounds. There is really no very geed reason why the bones of Penn should be disturbed. Their removal hither is altogether a matter of senti ment ; it seems fitting that the grave of the founder of a great commonwealth should be within its borders, and it would certainly be agreeable te the feel ings of all Pennsylvanians that it should be here. Yet beyond this nothing can be said in favor of its disturbance. The remains rest peacefully where they are; and ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 6 June 1881

LANCASTER JUIYINTELIieENCEE r JtQRJEMgj XU1VJ$. 1881. ; tendance was large aud the exercises solemn and impressive. The dead hi whose memory these services were held aic llanuah 1!. Sapp, aged 21 years ; Lera Etta Jehnsen, aged 22 years ; Annie Liz zie Will, aged 21 years; Sarah J. Mussel man, aged 12 years ; Eve Lizzie Adams, aged C years : J. M. Hawthorn, a tcacRer of the school, aged 41 years, and Lillic Dcriler. aged 3 years, all of whom were members of the school, and Samuel Gard ner, who was a member of the church. The chancel is te be photographed, before the flowers are removed, at the urgent re quest of the friends of the dead. Lutheran. The observance of the day in Trinity Lutheran church comprised the administer ing of the holy communion te a large con gregatien, in which were included a class of about thirty who were confirmed en the preceding Friday evening. The i-astnr, Jlev. Dr. Grccuwald, was assisted at this service by Kcv. E. L. Heed, of Christ church. There was no...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 6 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY 1OTELLIGENCEE, MONDAY, JUKE 0, 1881. Lancaster intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING, JUNK 61881. TOBAOOO. THIS MlSW YORK MARKET. Last Week' Ropert Hava of SMd Leaf and United 8tates Tobacco Journal. The week witnessed a spirited market Frem the bulldozing and fantastic stones of brokers and the reports of reliable par ties, the following transactions in etar market are deduced : Nine hundred eases of '80 Pennsylvania, low, 13 cents ; medium, 16 cents, and what is alleged te be fine, 19 cents. One hundred and eighty cases of Massa chusetts, claimed te be Havana seed, at an unfathomable price. Eight hundred cases of '80 Housatonic, at 23 cents. Four hundred cases of '79 Pennsylvania, at former figures, and probably 500 cases of various ether '79 crops at imchanged prices. Judgiug from the " investment " spirit with which jobbers, as well as manufae turers, are imbued, further large sales of '80 tobaccos will take place suertiy. in ine opinion of initiated ones the '80 crops a...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 7 June 1881

K$miwu MTS.Ji, . - "., ., (Til z wx&$x 1 i Jis-nCSrf Velnme XYII-Ne. 238. LANCASTER PA., TUESDAY, JUNE 7. 1881 Price Tw Carta. -"""" f i II - . -. Hnucuujcmcr ---. - - - CWV- W r mw -..-vvv v v CLOTHING, UNDEKWJSAJC, JtC. COHKTHMG NEW! LACE THREAD UNDERSHIRTS, FEATHER-WEIGHT DRAWERS. SUSPENDERS, ERISMAWS, THE SIIIKTMAKER, U. 56 NOKTIf OUEK.N ST1CKET, c lehiing, &c. THAT SPECIAL ALL Hr00L 10 SUIT that you have n!:irI he iiiiicii about U nearly all sold, hut wis have replaced it with a pattern just as nntl, and we think ourselves lertunatu in gelling it. There are a lew who like it hetler than the ether. Our regular sleck begins with Suits at $10, and contain-, all the liner grades up te $i". We have just as many low priced Suils as you want, but we recommend the better grades. Although we wric out el the sizes el sonic kinds et STRAW HATS in the early part el th-j week, it is net se new. Fer If you wear the very largest or the very smallest, we have them ler you, and the pric...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 7 June 1881

5JS!22 LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, TUESDAY, JUNE 7. 1881. iancastet Intelligencer, TUESDAY STONING, JUNE 7, 1881. TkeMUlenrUle Bevrit. A mete than slight suspicion must pervade the community that Dr. Brooks k net competent for the headship of the Millersville normal school. How ever skillful he may be as a teacher, and whatever his knowledge of the things taught, the many disturbances in the school sufficiently testify that he has net the temper, tact and judgment im peratively required in the chief a large educational institution. Dr. Brooks does himself injustice in centin. uing in a position for which he is net naturally fitted: and the trustees of the school de it and its students injustice -in maintaining Dr. Brooks in a place he is manifestly net com petent te properly fill. The Millers ville students are net boys and girls, but young men and women. Moreover, they are preparing themselves te be teachers, and consequently are naturally inclined te that subordination te tiejr...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 7 June 1881

LANCASTER!DA1LY INTELLIGENCER TUiSDlY, JCfNE 7, 1881. gentlemen's building or xke vena that wiil de mere te create the opinion that this school is peopled by doubtful charac ters than any thing else can. " And mark you the consistency : A man may net speak te his wife en these grounds, a lady te her brother, a gentle man te two ladies old enough te be his graudmethcrs ;.but any insignificant mem ber of the faculty whom strangers de net knew from Adam, upon whose brew no leek of superior intelligence sits te dis tinguish him from the common herd, can sit for hours talking te any lady students. Certainly, if a member of the faculty can" de this and the school net fall into disre pute, why shall net a man walk with his own sister en these grounds. " The author writes net as ene desirous of spending his time with the ladies en these grounds. He has no fend dove with whom he wishes te coo en this yard ; but he desires te .see common sense and com men decency exercised at this school ; he...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 7 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE!, TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1881. tUncagtet intelligencer. TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 7, 1881. thk planting of the apple tbee. BT WHXIAX CCIXZV BXTAVr. Come, let as plant the apple tree, Cleave the tough greensward with the spade ; Wide let Its hollow bed be made ; There gently lay the roots, and there Sift the dark mould with kindly care. And presa It o'er them tenderly ; As 'round the Bleeping Infant's teet We softly fold the cradle-sheet, Se plant we the apple tree. What plant we In this apple tree? Buds, which the breath or Summer days Shall lengthen Inte leaty sprays ; Boughs, where the thrush, with crimson breast, Shall haunt and sing, and hide her nest; We plant upon the sunny lea shadow ler the noontide hour, A shelter from the Summer shower. When we plant the apple tree. What plant we In this apple tree? Sweets for a hundred flowery springs Te lead the May-wind's restless wings When, from the orchard row, he pours Its fragrance through our open doers ; A worl...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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