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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 24 October 1889

t - S1IALL-P0X. One Hundred Cases of Small-pox at Pelee Island. taken before the errand lory. Mr. Windes would not credit the state ment and bezan oallinar Stoltenbenr'a name Jn the evident belief that Els clerk was concealed somewhere there about. The man in charee remon strated and finally ejected the lawyer iromueomce: South Dakota States Elects a Senator. United Berrier Hung for the Murder of His Jlother-in-Iaw. Three 21 en Run Over and ln stantly Killed by the Cars. Columiics. Oct. 17. Mayor Hunt of Sandusky, Ohio, has telegraphed the atate board of health in regard to the small pox ravages at l'elee Island, the famous fishing resort cn Lake Erie. The dispatch says the greatest excite ment exists, over one hundred cases of small pox having developed there with in the past few days. The island has about 1,000 population, every one cf whom, will, it is fWared, contract the disease. All avenues of escape from the place have beeu closed by Ameri can and Canadian authorities. Every ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 24 October 1889

TEE WEEKLY NEW musBCD sr THI NEWS COMPANY, J. r. , 0"C0W!O, tuiuir. If. T. t-ismun, business Manager. aVBSCRlPTIOX RATES: U ytr. payable In ad vatic II 00 f'KBionuia " c I n roe morjtha" 35 If doc paid la advance S)1.30 per year. DAILT EDITIOS. Onear M on Out otolith 60 Entered at the poatoftioe at Emporia, Kan sas, aa aeound-claaa matter. THUItSI) AY.OCTOBElt 24,1889. XII K A.HKUICAS RV1TEJI. In Mr. Curtis' volume upon the trade with Spanish-America, just issued by the state department, the obstacles are enumerated. The report of the com mission appointed in 1884, supplies the material for that part of Mr. Curtis' interesting compilation. The principle obstacles noted by 'the commission are "the enormous and In many cases prohibitory duties charged by most of the countries of Central and South America" and the lack cf transportation facilities. By lack of facilities the commission means lack of steamships owned and operated by Americans. In the words of the re port, "the difference...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 31 October 1889

Mi v ESTABLISHED IU7. EMPORIA.KANSAS, THTTBSDAY, OCTOBER, 31 1889. VOL. 32. NO. 44 f t t I t). y . ITEIIS OF I1ITEREST. Sleeting of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen. A New Lead in the Cronin Case Against Bnrke. have a foothold they enter into an Iron clad contract with one dealer in each line of trade to purchase only from him exacting a pledge that they shall not be charged to exceed 12 per cent advance on wholesale prices. The general offices are located in this city and Rev. F. W. Verhucan ao old time Presbyterian preacher is the supreme president. In February a state con vention will be held at Flint. razor across his throat. The blood gushed over his cloth in?, and he sank back. Sullivan, horrified, sprang from bis seat in Ilogarty's chair, lie rushed upon the infuriated Kelly, wrenched the razor from his hand and kicked him out of the door. Then, with the help of Hogarty and others in the shop, he lifted Shea to his feet. Taking a handful of towels the big fellow at tempt...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 31 October 1889

3 T7EEELY HEW n?BUUHKD BT TH1 COMPANY, J- F. O'Cowj-oa. business Manager. 100 W subscription ra trs: i rear, payable In advance t tuonilis ' " 1 v; reo iMOfitbaM ...... XI not t-afcl In advance per rr. DAILV BDITIOIf. . One year M 00 Out muittli. - bU Eatered at the pontoRloe at Kmporla, Kan- as, aa areond-ctaM matter. TIIURSDAY.OCTOBER SI. 1389. The best thing an Atchison paper can say of Senator Iogalls is that when he gets a dollar he invests it in Atchi son real estate. Tnc All Americas visited the Mil waukee breweries yesterday. What a refreshing change that was from look ing at mills and shops and sich like. they ceuld in common with all produc ers set a price on their own products irrespective of overproduction or the power of the Liverpool markets." Yes, If. If the sky would fay, we would all feast on lark pie. Mr. Allen supposes a condition of things as vis ionary and absurd as any that can be imagined. In the first placa it Is im possible that the farmers of the Mis sissip...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 31 October 1889

OUTLAUS ATTACKED Fifty Jlen Armed With ' Win chester Rifles, ilade An Assanlt on the Howard Force Near Louisville, Ky. Longenccker's Opening Address In the Cronln Case. Other Items of Interest From the Wire. Lovisvillk, Ky. Oct. 24. -A spec ial to the Courier Journal received ear ly this moroing gives the corrected statement of killed and wounded In the factional fight utar Harlan court house yesterday as follows: Two hours be fore uayi.Rla y. blejdy nioiuing the law ai;l order party, hitherto styled the turner f .ctioii of Harlan county. Fifty men iu a 1 aimed with Win chester rifle Mi;d revolversunder the leadership or Cuuuty Judge Dew is left the comt hoi a; n-1 inude an assault on the Howard for.. .-M-h in camp at Howard's house, mile from the t one engagement was short, sharp and ter rific, and not .ore of the attacking par ty was hurt, but one ot Howard's side, Millard Dean. Mas instantly killrd. and six otters were wounded. Among the wounurd are Bird Spurlock ana Kobert Napie...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 31 October 1889

HE WEEKLY NEW ! JEWS .COMPANY, J. F. O'Connor, H. 9. Lincoln, liuslneaa Manager. KUitor. SVSSCBIfTlOX BA TBS: fc year, payable In advance -....II 00 - i uiorii. ft) ft 'i: rrwoioiithi" " 35 If not paid in advance l.SO per rear. DAILT KWTIOS. Oaeytmr. ........... M60 OtMiuonth. 60 Entered at the postoffloe at Emporia, Kan- a, aa seoond-slasa matter. TII UISSDA Y.OCTOBER 31.1889. .NOTICE. The subscriber who sent this office a tl.50 postal note from Hartford, Kan sas Monday October 28 will please send us his name so that bis account may be credited. The subscriber- at Heading, Katies who enclosed all National bank note in envelope and mailed it on Tuesday October 29 will please send us bis-oame so that be may receive proper credit on the books. A Kansas man went to Europe and aw the sights for 3)0. Nothing is said about the hotel porters and wait ers he killed for begging tips. It sounds a trifle queer to hear repub lican papers that whopped it up a year ago for Lyman U.Humphrey.now ca...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 7 November 1889

f u I. JiP Y' i T ) 7 V . CSTABLI HD 1437. ROASTED. An Electric Li -lit Wire Causes Some Trouble. More Developments in ( ronlu Murder Trial. the (Jould Has Claims Against the Missouri Tactile. Confirmed the Sentence Other Items of Interest. Xkw Vouk. Nov. 4. An .electric light current this morning rousted a horse to death, threw the driver t the treet, and knocked a ixilice i urgeant senseless. Ah in Feck's CHse, the deadly current was eairied to its vic tims through a telephone wire. A I if? Kle carrying nutiibcrleis wires, stands on Fourth avenue near the corner of Twenty eighth stieet. Soiuo time near 4 o'clock thin morning, one of the wires, a telephone line, fell to the street and formed a loop ucro&s the down trae.v of the Fourth avenue, rail road. Soon after it fell, Thomas Whehin, driver of a Herald delivery wagon, came along. The horse step ped on the apparently harmless wire, and instantly came to a halt, and then sprang aside atid tell. The jolt to the vehicl" I drew ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 7 November 1889

THE WEEKLY NEW FPBtaaBBO r thi NEWS COMPANY, J. V. O'Oowhok, II. P. LurrOLK, Bdltor. Uuslnea Manager. SUBSCRIPTION MA TBS: I roar, payable In advance II 00 1 months " 06 To roa months" " U6 IX MX paid in advance 91. SO per year. DAILY EDITION. Oneysar 16 00 One month 60 tared at the poatoffloe at Emporia, Kan sas aa eoood-clasa matter. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 7,1889. Think of snow a foot deep at Dea rer. Down with the bide peeler that ia what "house-cleaning means, it seems Thb only occupation of the Leaven' worth politicians now, ia skinning each other. Colonel Hallo well has gone to Washington, and every hungry patriot In the state wonders what for. 1 OUTICA lly (peaking, the two warmest counties in Kansas this year re Douglas and Leavenworth. There is mourning at Col wich. Kau as. The local creamery is in ashes, done to death by an incendiary. It is suspected that the fellows who re crying "down with the boodlers" t Guthrie, are the boodlers them selves. TnB religious war reported yes...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 7 November 1889

IllTERYIEWED. Gillette,- the Co-Prisoner of Burke, Interviewed. Passenger Train Derailed Near Carrollton, Mo. Negotiations Completed Between Yarions Railroads. Daritt's Speech Continned On the War Path. Winnipeg, Man., Oct. 31.-GiUette, the forger, who was sentenced to ten years in the Manitoba prison, and who was a co-prisoLer of Burke, the Chica go suspect, wa interviewed. lie said Burke almost incessantly talked about theCronin murder, and gave details of the crime to the .priaoneis, although he never admitted he killed Cronin He however, told Gillette of circumstances connected with the practical abduction of Dr. Cronin from his house the doc tor who was suspicious of O'Sullivan being informed ttiata woman was in child-birth and required immediate at tention. On entering the Carlson cot tage. Cronin was clubbed, and the VaTMi nilt. in A f rnnlr lal t o. nant nam j'wsr au mm uwaa MIIIVVIO KCUb Vll to say that there was a great deal of truth in what Heffer and Mills said about the...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 7 November 1889

THE WEEKLY NEW PUBLISHED BY III NEWS COMPANY, J. F. O'COWHOB. Editor. H.' F. I.ISCOL.M, business Maaajrer. ... - SUBSCRIPTION BATES: U yesvr, payable In advance II 00 t 81 X months " " Throw month" " -. 86 If not paid la advance Sl.SO per rear. . PAILT EUITIOJf. Oneytmr .......... MOO Ona month CO Entered at the postoffloe at Emporia, Kan sas, a second-class matter. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1889. UettiSB turn che supposed Bender women at Oswego Ioohc. Their arrest was a fool piece of business. Tub German emperor is at present visiting the Sultan in Constantinople, In the interest of Eufopean peace, of coarse. Though ingaged in a hot political fight, the Lawrence Journal finds time to rake up au old chapter of the Quan trlllraid. Thk Leavenworth Standard proposes ex-Governor Gllck as resubmission candidate for governor next year. What does Bently, Hailowell & Co. say to thatV ' The Cherokees and the cattle barons are doing considerable monkeying with the administration. Are the pres...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 14 November 1889

.".- i : r I i . : ( . ;i ...... i ' . n w ir CSTABLIf HEO EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14. 1889. lt7. V ! VOI..32. KO. 46 FROM IOWA. The Republican Defeat At tributes! to Prohibition. Opening Speech of the Catholic Congress by Dougherty. Charles JleGinnis of Kansas City Commits Suicide. Other Items of Interest From ' the Electric Current. Chicago, Nov. 11. A dispatch to the News from Des Moines Bays tbeie is eviuenuy going to ve lively .times !n the legislature this winter. The re publican majority is so sinali tbat ev- VJ effort will be brought to bear for the defeat of SetiatorAllison and the en - actment of a hili license law. Whether either of, these can be accomplished re m tins to be Been. Already the demo crats are .casting about for a suitable candidate for the United States senate for wtfom a few republicans can be in duceiio vote. There seems to be lit tie doubt now that the liquor law Will b3 changed somewhat, even to the extent of .the enactment cf a high license...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 14 November 1889

THE WEEKLY NEW rClUIBIO BY TUB NEWS COMPANY, J. T. O'CowitOH. Editor. H. P. LlBTOOLIt. business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U i rear, parable In advance It 00 Mix months . . Thmnuiithi" " u5 , If not paid in advance SI .0 per rear. ' DA1LT EDITION. Oner Mr IrtOti One month 60 Entered at the poatoflloa at Emporia, Kan saa, aa sroood-claas matter. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1889, . Gbovjk felt sufficiently elated over the election to call on Ben. Long threatening comes at last, and x-secretary iiarard Is once more a married man. Now what are the resubmissioutets going to do? Are" they going to strike while the iron Is hot, or let evetits shape themselves? Tub borisea are hot and disgusted. They will now let slip the dogs of war ' against the joiritiHts. and Rome Khali howl for it. Fakmek Fc.vstoh feels encouraged Ilia Lawrence organ knocked out the machine in Douglas county by elect ing tke independent:). v Iowa is evidently preparing to follow the lead of Massachusetts, Rhode Is land an...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 14 November 1889

THE CROHIH CASE. The Bloody Trunk Identified by Seieral Witnesses. A lleary Loss by Fire at At chison, Kansas. Fonr Persons Killed by a Dy namlte Explosion. Other Items of Interest 'from the Wire. Chicago, Not. 7. The first witness called to the stand this morning in the Cronin trial was Coroner Ilertz. He testified that he had held an inquest on the body of Dr. Cronin in June last. "During that Inquest was there a trunk left at your private otlice?" "Yes sir." "Did you -look at the trunk in your private office and examine iff"' '1 don't tbiuk so, jude; I think the trunk was brought iu by officers in my private office while the iuqffeest was going on, and brought from there into the room where the inquest was takin place." "What was done with it after it was exhibited in the court room before the jury?" "It was given into the charge of the police department." "W'iil you examine this trunk? (wit ness does so). State what.lf anything, was inthe trunk at the time it was brought there."...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 14 November 1889

THE WEEKLY NEW FUBL18HKD Br TBS NEWS COMPANY, j. V. O'Covnok. Ktiitur. H. F. Lmoots, Uuslnees Manager. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: U year, payable In ad vanoe Mix month " Three moil tin" " If not paid la advuuce Dl .30 per year. DitLV sorrm. Od)u One mootli SI 00 ISA 36 .M 00 . 60 Kan- Entered at the pootuffloe at Kmpoila, aaf aa second-class matter. THURSDAY. NOVEMBKH 14. 1839. Mummy ia tbe name cf a Greeuwiood county citizen. If you have a turn for punning, now is your time. The Lawience Tribune ia clamming for resubmission in order that tbe peo ple may be given a chance to exalt pro hibition to tbe skies! The Goodloe-Swope tragedy at Lex ington, Kentucky, demonstrated one thing and that ia, the kuife ia mightier thaa the lpop." . Since the Goodloe-Swope tiagedy, it la in order for republican organs to ring on on their jibes at the murderous propensities of Kentucky democrats. Aa long as Kentucky republicans continue to exterminate each other, people elsewhere should not wonder at tbe pol...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 21 November 1889

AY ri - - - jf i " - . - ! ESTABLISHED IU7. EMPfJRIA, KANSAS, T HURSD Alt, NOVEMBER. 21. 1889. v STEPS DOM Dom Pedro Kingdom Surrenders and Departs. His lie Js (iiven aud Accepts a Large 8am to Quit. Details of the Consolidating of All Barb Wire Mills. More Particulars in the Cronin Murder Trial. U10 dk Janeiuo, Brazil, Nov. 18. The United States of Brazil, constitut ing a federated republicof the different provinces ot the empire over which Don I'edro had ruled bo long id an es tablished government: The new re public islo-day acknowledged bravery province except Babia in the north. Dom Pedro is on his way to Portugal, having accepted the situation, with no attempt at forcible resistance. The flag of the new republic has been adopted and Brazil is -as peace iul to-day as though no thought of revolution had ever arouaed the feelings of her people. The oertbrow of the empire ha been accomplished with ut the sacrifice of a single life, and the near provisional government is proceeding ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 21 November 1889

i'fiE WEEKLY NEW PVBUIBHBJD BT THS NEWS COMPANY, F. O'Coxmor. H. F. Lincoln, Uuslnetta Manag-er. JBdltor. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: U Ki rMr. payable la advanoo II 00 fclx month M ?hrm month" 35 II not paid la advance S1.3U per year. DAILT EDITION. Oneyoar 0 on Una month . 50 Entered at the poatoflfoe at Emporia, Kan- h kwuqi'iui xnaiwr. TnUBSDAY. NOVEMBER 21, 1889. r Rainbow socials are among tbe soci ety fads of Lawrence at present. . Senator Bently is talking about a resubmission convention to be held sometime in December. , Kansas has no monopoly of the re. submission question. Everybody is talking it, and most are clamoring for it in Iowa. awgMmammmmmammmmammmmBmi The culture at Ottawa is of the Un- cie loin s Cabin species. This barn storming outfit took in ten dollars more than did Keene in Richelieu. The democratic candidate for lieu tenant governor in Ohio, is elected it seems, by a plurality of 88 votes. A close shave, yet as good as a million. oisiiuu dimly nas jusi made a resu...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 21 November 1889

THE W. C. T. 0. The Withdrawal or the W. C. T. U. Iowa Mrs. President J. Ellen Foster Interviewed. Interest In the Cronin Still Progressing. Case The President and Party on a Hunting Expedition. Djcs Moines, la. Nov. 14. The news of the withdrawal of the Iowa Woman's M, . J leadership of Mrs. J. Ellen Foster from the national convention did not create much of a sensation as it was not unexpected. The prohibition cause in the state is just now in a pe culiar position. The election of the high license candidate for governor, and the large gains made by the high licence adocates in the legislature have created consternation iu the camp which may lead to dismtegiation. The republican party has born the brunt of the fight for prohibition, and it has apparently been its great load. Now that partial defeat has come, it may be unwilling longer to champion the cause, and the Women's Christian Temperance Union and other temper ance organizations may be thrown en tirely upon their own efforts ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 21 November 1889

i'BE WEEKLY NEW PClkUIID IT TBS NEWS COMPANY, J. T. 0Cokob. II. P. Lihcolx, business MinifW. SUBSCRIPTION BA TSS: as rear, payable In advance II 00 Mix month " " M Tbroa months" 86 If not paid In advance SI. SO per year. DAJLT IDITIOS. OaejtMr . 16 00 One month. 60 Entered at the poatofllae at Emporia, Kan . sas, aa seoad-claw matter. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 1889. xotice. The subscriber who sent this office a tJEA postal note from Hartford, Kan sas, Monday, October 28. will please send us his name so that his account may be credited. Cjnoeess inlets yesterday. two weeks from Ed. IIowb says: Home men spend so much money for life insurance that they will never be worth anything un til they die. Senator Ikoalls refused to open his mouth at Topeka concerning prohi bition or resubmission, lest he should rob the fur the wrong way. But for the aid of a ' coon" and a cork screw. Senator Ingalls' Topeka lilt would have been aa lonesome as the stay he made at Wichita a short time ago. mmmsmmmm...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 28 November 1889

1M x . , j, . i Tb a f. 1 r V. A ttIBL HtD .4 837. , , From Jlunday's Dallv ... - The Oxford cap la of the neuter gen der. It is w orn by girla and boys alike. Tha boys of ttie plug hut brigade will never amount to much until tbev dan Oxiord c-ps. ' - Geo.W.Winans, ho old and respected citizen of Emporia, is very low at bis home and bis recovery is doubtful.'; E. Ifc. Lane shipped 8.003 p mnds of 4 areata poultry to Le.idvl!le to d.iy fr tha irnaoksgivins diuner iu tluitcity. Some unprincipled sneak, robbed old Mr. 1'ettiotUe.veurable pranut and apple nian in,?. .1 . at the depot Sunday , eyen- Tbe five tramps who were placed in jail. last week, were noticed nn the rock pile this uiorniutt vtrk,icg out their fine an 1 costs. Many frieirls will be glad to learu that Mr. Hiiiklo is belter and ia now able to be proppe-1 up in bed atihort time' at interval! during the day. Since Ike Lambert beurua of late to attend church, half the toarn U won dering if he will f llow the example of Lew...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 28 November 1889

THE WEEKLY NEW PD1LURIO Br TBI NEWS COMPANY, J. T. O'COKHOR. H. W. LlwrOLM, Uuslneaa Manager. Editor. SUBSCRIPTION BATSS: O ie rear, parable In advauoe II 09 tUx mouths " MA Tore months" " 86 U not paid la advance SI .AO per rear. ' DAILY KDITIOS. Oneraar M0n One month 60 Entered at the poatoffloe at Emporia, Kan sas, aa eeoond-olass maUer. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 1889. It is a does not alley. cold day when a foundling turn up in a Wichita back It is always the person who disa grees with you in religious thought who is the bigot. Jvdqk Foster has decided that the United States has criminal jurisdic tion over No-Man's-Land. Tub democrats in Kansas feel more pride in Ingalls, strangb as it may seem, than does his own party. "Mated for life" is a phrase that is aow tabooed by all well regulated newspapers' in announcing matrimon ial alliances. A UuTcniNsoK man has just suicid ed. All Wichita will exclaim, "Poor devil, whit els e ould he do in such a demnition town." Th not "neurokinesis...

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