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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 7 April 1892

*fWfH PRINCETON UNION. PUBLlbUED EVERY THURSDAY. TEBMS, $2.00 IFer "2"eax. DTJNN, EniTOR AND PROPRIETOB orci MRS' STORE, mn si.men. PRlflOLTON, MIAN APIl 7, 1892 POOK "Bleeding Kansas" is the cradle of political crankism and the cyclone ceniie of the country. D. TV\ BRUCKART was elected mayor of St. Cloud, Monday, by a Somali majority. Accept the con gratulations ot 3 our many Prince ton friends, Dan. HE fiisr number of the Little Falls. Dally Herald has reached the LTNKXN office. The Herald is a neat appealing paper and its tel eoiaphio and local columns are bright and new sy. Sr\AroR KYLE takes the right A \o\\ ot thingfc.. lie says the Mille Lacb Indians should be re liiovcd to the White Eaith resona non whether they are willing or not, c\ en it iorce is necessary. A CITY paper says, "J J. Fur Ion his been a leader of the anti Donnclly taction in the Alliance and he 1-- on the whole one of the htronoest men in the Alliance increment."' God help the Alh nice with such a marplot fo...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 7 April 1892

^f^^*^W *^f#^ 3 Great Northern Railway. Eastern Minnesota Railway. ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, PBINCBXON, DU- 1/UTH AND WTST SUPERIOU. Buffet Parlor Cars on all Trains. Dally E Sun Le Bt Paul Minneapolis. Elk River PRINCETON Milaca West Superior Ar Dluth it Daily Ex Sun Le Duluth 1-00 West Superior .1 15 Milacn 4 25 PRINCETON ....4 47 Elk River.... 5 20 Minneapolis 6 80 Ar St Paul 7 00 1 05 1 30 2 80 8 08 3.3a 6 45 7 00 Connections inndo in Union Depots St Pan!, Tklinneapolis and West buperior \V S AI.XANDFI., W A CARPBNTBR, Pref & Gtu Manager Gen Paws Agent A ROCKWELL, A.s't Gen Pass Agent Princeton Accommodation. Tne_ Thurs & Sat dOING BOURH A Le Milaca Soule's Siding Long'* Siding PRINCETON Zinimeiman Elklivsti Minneapolis Ar St Piul Mon Wed & Fri GOING NORTH Le St Paul. Minneapolis Elk River.. Ziranieiman PRINCETON Long's Sidin Soule's Sidin, Ar Milaca 6 00 6 22 b45 7 25 8 05 0 35 10 80 10 55 Regular communications, second W eanesday of ich month There will he special com...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 7 April 1892

iW m^ 0 irhwpton Wmcro. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms-2 00 per year in advance. THE increasing wealth of the various nations is somewh at remarkable. During the last ten years the Bank of France hat* more than doubled its re serves. Th Bank of Germany in 1881 held about $140,000,000. I 188 9 it held 180,000,000. PRINCE GEORGE of Saxon is likely to become popnlarjwith the rank and file of the German army by his charges of brutali ty against officers, but the officers themselves probably find it hard to understand why he objects to their practices. TEKONSHA, Michigan, has made a valuable suggestion for young people about to marry. I that town they have had a wedding at which an ad mission fee was charged. With skill ful management a wedding might be made to pay for itself and ha ve some thing over for house rent. THE German secretary of legation V. MUMM-has been recalled, and will be given a position in Europe. Such men as he is are not mere parlor orna ments. They promote friendly fee...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 7 April 1892

WW IP^AECHSlPOILED. SfWv S|l^pHl An' Attempt to Blow Up thegatine Spanish Chamber of'f Deputies. Wff'^::S Anarchists Caught in the Act With Bombs in Their Pos session. MADRID, April 5.Great excitement was caused here to-day the discovery of an anarchist plot to blo\v up the chamber of deputies. Th leaders of the conspiracy arrived here within the past mont h. Th civil governor had received information, that two foreign anarchists were conspiring with a number of Spanish anarchists to blow up the public buildings, and the sus pects were accordingly watched. The project against the chamber of dep uties was arranged to come off on Satur day. A Frenchman named Duval and a Portuguese named Feirriera intended to conceal two bombs under the seats in the public gallery and then to leave before the bombs exploded. Feirriera, however, was taken ill and the attempt was postponed until to-day at 4 p. Both conspirators left their hou.-es, each carrying under his arm a small parcel of the shape o...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 7 April 1892

fty SPENCER BROOK IT^SVIS SPENC ER BROO K, April 5, 1892. Walker Bros shipped a oar load of hogs from Princeton last Tuesday. Mrs. E. G. Clough is not as well as usual, but is rather on the downward grade. F. A. Lowell wants to let his farm to some good responsible man. The farm is a good one and under splendid culti vation. Hon. D. M. Clough made a flying visit to his cattle ranch last weok. It is so seldom that he comes up that the place cannot look twice alike to him. School commenced in district No. 1 last Monday with Miss Lizzie King as teacher. Miss Annie Whiting com menced a term in the eastern part of Stanford Monday. There is a big log jam in the river here with rear thrown out badly. There should have been men on the logs one week ago. It would have saved a good deal of unnecessary ex pense. Charles Shearston and wife spent Sunday at the Brook. They were not verj favoi ably impressed with Wash ington State and are happy that they ha\e got back to Minnesota again. Charles i...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 14 April 1892

Milaca, A FRANK HENSE, Pres't. CHAS. ERICKSON, Vioe Pres't. S. S. HETTEBSON, Cashier. Wall Paper! To those who intend to do any paper ing- this spring or summer I extend an invitation to call at my store and ex amine my stock of Wall Paper and borders. I have the best selected and largest stock, of all kinds, ever brought into Princeton, and at the lowest prices, and will sell you cheaper than you can purchase in the cities, to say nothing about what you can save in car fare and express. Be sure and see my stock be fore you purchase for I have some dandy patterns to select from. I have some patterns that I will sell for less than can be bought at wholesale. Come early and make your selections as I have five thousand rolls for you to make your selections from.- In a few days I will have a large stock of Curtains and Fixtures at very low prices. Call and examine the goods. H. O. HEAD. Post Office B'ld'g-, Princeton. MiH Lacs County Bank, -OF- PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and Surplus,...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 14 April 1892

4 f,v .r Mf A power of butterfly must be The aptitude to fly, Meadows of majesty concede, And easy sweeps of sky. So I must baffle at the hint And cipher at the sign, And make much blunder, if at last 1 take the clue divine -Emily Dickinson in the A rkansaw Trav eler. PETEBKIFS WOLF SONG. Peterkin stands thoughtfully listen ing to the thunder and the roar of the waters, as fretful of rostraint they have loapt from captivity, and, with a sound like the roaring of the hungry wolves, flow onward under masses of ico to the Arctic ocean. The face of tho lad grows more serious as he list ens gradually a smile Hits over the pinched features, for the significance of tho sound is unmistakable. Spring has como -spring with its power of sweetness over a lro/en landand bi boria traversed with 3.000 miles of river, will loo its look of desolation, to b'ossom into beauty as he journeys bouthuard over nearor to the gay capital wherein dwells the czar. AVoudorful visions fill his minddim. half leme...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 14 April 1892

rFWWW&Q 0 V, THE FOUNTAIN. Tinkling and pure arc its waters clear As they iail in a silvery spray ReflectniR the moonbeam's bo.test light Oi the rising sun's first ray. It catches the gleam lrom the sun set skies, And weaves a iany mist, Its frolicsome wateis ripple and play, When by balmy bieezes kissed. It** brink is cushioned with greenest moss, musicthe soothe th TtIts ear,fairy tal on pebbleselike bells From a iar off, elfin snhere. ESTELLE M. TITUS. A SONG. Immovable, unchanging. The stars stand in the skies, I pon each other gaKing With sad and loving eyes. They speak throughout the ages A speecli so rich, so grand But none of all the sages That speech cau understand. But I that speech have mastered, 'a all its meaning trace What lor a grammar served me Was my beloved's face. HOW UNCLE EELENTED. WAS in hopo I could get yon to come to our wed- ding," said Reginald Vane to his old f^Q^&^Z. Reuben Ray Tnc II rl^^ mond as they sat in fi) ^v^ the latter's superb draw mix r...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 14 April 1892

PRINCETON UNION. PUBLlbllED EVERY THIJRSDAr OTZSI^l^S, $2.00 IFer "STear. ilt DUNN EUITOK ANB PROPKIFTOB SNICE mi urn STORE urn si,fare JPKINCLION, UlUN APR 7, 1892 GK\NVILLE S. PEASE: lucker. I am a THE city papers continue to make and unmake governors, eon ievme and United States sena tors Gov. JMERHIAM hais designated Monday, May 2nd, as Arbor Day. Plant a few tiees on that day, or an\ other da\ for that matter. DVMKL O'CONNO R, of St. Paul, Mould like to bee Albeit Seheller io ernor of Minnesota. Next to Knutc NcKon Mr. Schetter the most available man. w'Si 1 ()le out of politics." i & the ad- Mce given to oun men in the Minneapolis Journal by such battle seaned political waniors as Fiee Lane, Bob Evans, Joel Heat Mole, Al a}() Tr,mn. x., r,,~ j? KFraiNLMAiHE h. MOO RE lus.un,,tte( a minority report on the -\\heit investigation, which is 0lt l0 th 0 company alone oilers 15,000 acres at low tsoures. Farmers in Mille Lacs count raise a crop every year. AN OK lie, old: If there...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 14 April 1892

Ar St Paul A SJ s* Great Northern Railway. Eastern Minnesota Eailway. ST. PAUIi, MINNEAPOLIS, riUNCETON, DU- LUTH AND WTST SUPERIOR. Buffet Parlor Cars on all Trains. Daily Ex Sun Le. 8t Paul 1 05 Lo Minneapolis.* 1 W ElkN RiverN 2 Milaca 4 xo 4 1 Daily Ex San. Dnluth 1 00 West Superior 15 PRICETO8 0830 PRINCJI/TON 4 47 Milaca 3-80 Elk liner 5.20 West Superior 0.45 Minneapolis 6 SO Ar Duluth 7 00 Ar St Paul 7 00 Connections made i Union Depots St Paul, Minneapolis and West Superior W S AIJ\AM)JK, W A CAKVENTE R, Fres & hen Manager Gen Past- Agent. A ROCKWELL, Ass't Gen Pass Agent Princeton Accommodation. Tues Turn* & Sat GOllSG SOURH Le Milaca Bonle's Siding Iong'sSuhng PRINCETON Zimmerman Mon Wed & GOltsQ IsORTU Le St Paul Miniienpolis Elk Kner.. Zinnnerman. PRINCETON Long's bidm Sonlt's Sidin Ar Milaca 6 00 22 6 45 7 Xi 8 15 9 15 10 -M 10 55 1 ElkRwer Minnenpohs 8 80 4,10 5 20 25 1 00 7 ~'0 7 40 8 05 These trains go south Tnetdm Tnuiedaje and Satnrdajs, and north Monda...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 14 April 1892

IP?-? i\ U," irinqetojt Wmcm. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:2 00 per year in advance. JAY GOULD likes the climate of El Paso so well that he will probably re main there for some time, combining business with convalescence. ANDREW CARNEGIE says he has $35,- 000,000, and proposes to spend it all before he dies. Well, we know of no law to restraint man with such a roll from breaking into journalism. HE ancients used by singing to in spire soldiers with ardor for battle, and right here in America frenzied oc cupants of boarding house parlors have been seen under the same inspi ration. RECENTLY it was announced that Columbus waa a pirate. It is now claimed that he was also a printer. By the time the world's fair begins it may develop that he was also a book publisher, in which event enthusiam for the exposition is likely to subside. JOHN and Samuel Manning, twin brothers, living on the same farm near Reserve, Ind., married twin sisters in 1881, both of whom died in 1889. In 1891 the broth...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 14 April 1892

3 4" TALEOF A CRIME. One of the Men Implicated in the CustomFrauds Con fesses. Details of the Smuggling Scheme Secured by a Prom ise of Immunity. SAN FRANCISCO. April 12.Some inside facts in connection with custom house irauds were obtained to-day. Outside of perhaps ex-Appraiser Seavey there will be no prosecution of lederal officials. Several merchants are implicated and indictments will probably be found against them. It was learned that ex-Deputy Collector 1 M. Cashin was in Sacramento a week ago last Saturday, having come from Victoria, 15. C, in response to a telegram from the government, promising him immunity if he should reveal the details of the smug gling scheme. According to the story told by Cashin, the people implicated in the smuggling irauds arc Gen. E. S. Salmon, Charles Edward Iltise, Charles-M. Seavey and the linns of Ntuberger, Iteis & Co. and Steinbergh & Kalishncr. "Other firms are in the sim." Cashin said, "but I hud nothing to do with them. Seavey en ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 14 April 1892

I FOUGHT TO A FINISH. $ HOW CHILI TOOK THE MONITOR HUASCAR FROM PERU. The Captain Laid Her Against Big Odds and She Didn't Know When Sh Was WhippedStory of a Brilliant Battle at Sea. [Copyright, 1892, by American Press Associa tion. Book lights reserved.] HEN Chili made a prize of the Pe ruvi an Huascar, thp turret ironclad which the bluster- ers counted upon to help whip the United States, she struck a blow to Peru from which she never recov- ered. Chili got the fehip, but Peru won mate 1 glory to ease the sting of defeat be fore she gave her up. It was the battle of Angamos, Oct 8, 18*9, that changed the Huascar's ownershipa set-to famous in naval annals and the target of streams of small talk in cabin and forecastle, because it was the first square battle ever fought between two seagoing ironclads. Chili had the upper hanci of her little neighbor at that stage of the quarrel and should have blown the last Peruvian bottom out of water on sight. But Peru had for com mander of its o...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 April 1892

Miiaca, C. fl Wall Paper! To those who intend to do any paper ing this spring or summer I extend an invitation to call at my store and ex amine my stock of Wall Paper and borders I have the best selected and largest stock, of all kinds, ever brought into Princeton, and at the lowest pt ices, and will sell you cheaper than you can purchase in the cities, to ay nothing about what you can save car fare and express Be sure and see my stock be fore you purchase for I have some dandy patterns to select from I have some patterns that I will sell for less than can be bought at wholesale. Come early and make your selections as I have five thousand rolls for you to make your selections from. In a few days I will have a large stock of Curtains and Fixtures at very low prices. Call and examine the goods. FRANK HENSE, Pres't. CHAS ERICKSON, VIC Pres't S. S. HETTERSON, Cashier. Mille Lacs Count Bank -OF- H. c. HEAD. PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and Surplus, $35,000. Transacts'a General Banking: ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 April 1892

V,f NO MAN'S LAND. Two shapes were walking on the smnd One starlit night in no man's land Two shapes that during mortal life Gave hate for hope, in deadly stoife, They met. Swift forth their falchions flew Each pinned the other through and through Yet neither fell. Again they strove For mastery, and madly drove To right and left their falchions bright, Nor sound nor cry profaned the night. Through corselet, casque, and visor, too, As through the air their swift blades flew Until amazed they stood aghast, And on the sands their weapons cast. Then laughed they both at mortal strife, The passing dreams of earthly life. And cleansing each the other's hand, They walk the shades of no man's land The Academy. SAVED FROM DEATH. Emily Arban was fifteen years old, but she had always been in delicate health and was scarcely larger than a child of ton. Her father had been among' the foremost to settle far out upon the prairie when the country was* new, and having somo money to help himself with...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 April 1892

THE SENTIMENT DAGGER. ^-w A N the boudoir of a JL O I charming woman of the world, this tale ^S wa told to me. If you do not belieye it, I shan't blame you. Even now, I can hardly believe it myself. The boudoir was a strange one for a woman. With Nina Grandville the unusual was always to be found. She was like, and unlike, other women. On the surface, grande dame de par le mode. Beneath that polished surface, which afforded no hold to the cynic claws of her own sex, who shall say what swift dilation of the nostril, what smouldering fire of the eye, what scorn in her walk amid the crass, material crowd might not confound the observer? Distinguished by a quiet elegance, the surface woman was accepted by all save the philoso pher and the fool. I have always been a little of both. As I looked at the tiger skins, the panoplies of weap ons, the savagely grotesque bronzes of her boudoir, refusing to blend with crown Dei by and plush poufs a la mode, I wondered, for the thousandth time, mor...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 April 1892

1 PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED LVEUY THURSDAY. TEDEil^ES, $2.00 IFer TTear. iR DUNN EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR mn mi ms mil HA W \i I'KlNUi/lON, MLNN APR 21,1692 MARTIN COUNTY THE Punceton starch factory adver- "Is there nothing to be consid eied but availability?" asks the Little Falls Transcript, in a sneer ing allusion to Knute Nelson and Albert Scheft'er. Yes, ability, honesty, fiimness and smypathy with the people. These are quali ties possessed by Knute Nel son in an eminent degreequali ties which render him the most a\ ailable man of the many men tioned for gubernatorial honors. But what has the governor of Min nesota to do with your boasted "party principles?" His sole duty is to fearlessly enforce the laws, a duty that Knute Nelson would not shirk. His motto i= "equal rights to all, special privileges to none." THE UNION ST. PAUL and Minneapolis toughs have been in the habit of rendez \ousing in Anoka county, just out side the Minneapolis city limits, on Sundays, to witness dog fi...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 April 1892

Great Northern Railway. Eastern Minnesota Railway. ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, PRINCETON, DU- LUTH. AND WTST BUFEIUOR. Buffet Parlor Cars on all Trains. Daily Ex. Sun. P. x. Le. Dnluth 1:00 West Superior..1:15 Daily Ex. Sun. p. at. ie. fct.Paul 1:05 Minneapolis.... 1:80 Elk River 8:80 PRINCKTOH ....8:03 "Milaca 8:30 West Superior..6:45 Milacu 4:25 PRINCETON ....4:47 Elk River......5:20 Minneapolis ...6:S0 Ar.Dulnth 7:00 Ar. St. Paul 7:00 Connections mnde in Union Depots St. Paul, Minnetipolis and West Superior. W..S. ALEXANDER, W. A. CARPKNTBR, Pres. & Gen. Munager. Gen. Pass. Agent P. A. ROCKWELL, Ass't Qen. Pass. Agent. Princeton Accommodation. Tnes., Thurs. & Sat. GOING SOURH. A.M. Le. Milaca 6:00 Soiile's Siding. 6:22 Long's Siding.. 6:45 PRINCETON 7:25 Zimmerman... 8:U5 Elk River 9:15 Minneapolis... 10:80 Ar. St. Paul 10:55 Mon., Wed. & Fri. GOING NORTH. P.M. Le. St. Paul 8:30 Minneapolis ...4 10 Elk River 5:20 Zimmerman 6:25 PRINCETON ....7:00 Long's Siding..7:20 Soule'...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 April 1892

psf W JL \rm{tton Mratm. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:2.00 per year in advance. --JB MILBANK, the fighting man of Liber tine Borrowe, got out ot the country in time to avoid paying the dog tax, but people are willing to lose the money if he will stay away. JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY, who was an old Indianapolis friend of General Harrison, was given a formal recep tion at the White House. A distin guished assemblage was present to do him honor. IT may be true, as stated by one or two anti-world's fair pessimists, that Columbus was not the first man to discover America, but the fact should be kept prominently before the public that he was the first man to know a good country when he saw it. HE total cost of the world's fair is estimated at $34,000,000, of which about three-fourths is on hand or in sight. Chicago enterprise will not fail to find the rest somewhere. There should be no shrinkage for lack of means. SE\ EN newsdealers and carriers were fined $25 and costs each for selling newspa...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 April 1892

I it*., ASKS EOR JUSTICE Mr. Young-, Lately Executive Clerk of the Senate, Writes to Mr. Morton. He Asks for an Opportunity to Clear Himself of Charges Against Him. WASHINGTON, April 19.James Rankin 'Young, lately the executive clerk of the senate, has addressed a letter to Vice Presi dent Morton in relation to the action of the senate in declaring his office vacant for -alleged betrayal of the executive session secrets. A:ter reviewing the circumstances connected with his dismissal, Mr. Young calls upon his accusers to come out iroin behind the closed doors ot the senate and make charges against him openly, so that he may be able to protect himself. The most striking parts of his letter follow: A portion of the committee on oreigu rela tions, in ti panic over the Bering sea business, -or under some influence I may not divine, con ceives the fancy that a clerk is responsible for the publication of secret news. It could have summoned that clerk, and had at least the ad vantage of'en ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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