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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 18 January 1889

inch Valley Ne\v*s,| Published Every Fmday. tafeilshed In the Year 18401 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: &;lo Copy,.5 Cents Mail postage paid, one year... Sl.Dd |Mail, postage paid, 0 months... .75 ared at the Post Office at Tazewoll iseciA^lass matter. (ONAL CARDS. 30N\ -AT-IiAW, ii. va. Courts of Taze-1 [Court of Appeals at fecting a specialty, ad land titles examined. blair, Lato Atto. Gen B john a. watts. Lato U. S. Marshall. LAIR & WATTS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LA.W, Tazkwbll C. H., "Va. ^ "Will practice their profession in all P'onjts of Tazowell Cnuijty. Capt. will '^Attend all the Courts?both tv and Circuit._ FOLTON, 8< M. Ii. COU1.MN?, ) Oirouit Judge, County Judge, "Wythovillo, Yn. Tnzowoll O.H.Va. "POLTON & C?ULLING, / ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell G. H., Va. Mull practice in tho Oirouit Courts of IK wo ii county. HBm. jj. Coulli'ig will continuo his prnc Hto in all tho Courts of Buchauau county. May 20.1887. JT^ B. GILLESPIE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Tazewell C. H. Va. T. COOLEY,...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 18 January 1889

.JAM.a8, 1881). ??je...', ^hnrgc. by Cfij>^ Bow AmM,ihe ballot box at Lebanon (on;iuet was tampeied with, the S-mlges and clerks, Republican and jpeiiiocratic, say: "It is false oh ^Ise can be." iiere is no likelihood of an ox jfssioaol' Hie Virginia logislu Gnvcriior Lee anil tlio Dein _f executive and central emn R's agree I lint there is at pies |o reason lor calling the, body ker. Lebanon News s.iys that' flJowen lias cxonoratcd Mr. Smart from the charges j gainst him of securing by j piduliou the votes of l?Qem i of I lie Stuart Laud and Cat; j Company. The papers til I lie District should disabuse themselves of the idea that the Republican parly of Tuze well is behind I he movement to un? seat Hon. .lohn A. Buchanan. The rank and lile and many of the lead? ers of the party can see neither I wisdom nor policy in llio pending eon test. They did all that men could do, and spent all I lie money they could afford to spend, to elect their candidate, Iml when he was beulen no peop...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 18 January 1889

Valley News. jhUD.vi, . ";' jan" ?8, 18R0. g?CViZ . INI) (JEX ULL I L NE M 6' BUI ICES. Who has No. 300. |pj Mr. I. PraiiV, of Wytbeville, was in town Tuesday. Bj Major R, IJ. Henry has returned fi "!u South (Javohuu.* Work iH progressing on I lie Depot, next west of Tuzuweil, that at Giuy beef.. Mill. I M' d. M. Luther, of the firm of .?? M. Lutliei Sc Co., .Marion, was in town yesuMday. Rev. Mr. Gauss is laboring fur the establishment of an Episcopal elm roh ul Pihicetou. W. Vn. We ?ro anxious to visit Riehhtnds the coming summer over the Cliueli Vt.llt^to. Will we go! there ! Mesi-w. Saund^rs and Spotts are opening u Hist class restaurant in connection with their grocery biisi liess. It is asked of the Common wealth's Attorney whsthor the time in which birds can bo lawfully killed bus ex piled. Should a real estate boom strike the big, rich county of Tnzewpll this spring, other booms would pale iuto iiisigiiitieuuce. Four hundred and forty nine feet in the west end of the 1.100 f...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 18 January 1889

^Oood Winter, henr this wiso? 1 wrlto? l Before tUo rod leaves blow Across tho skr to droop an? din And sleep beneath tho bbiow? -rjlefuro tho birds hare taken Bight Unto a gent'or clime, And for my thought lmvo toTi ntt?jjtt Of melody or rhyme. Tho purp'e clusters in tho leaves Of grn|>esalrondy rlpo; The chestnut burrs hnvo burst; tho shirs Upon tho robin's pipo; The cold wind whistling round tho oaves Tho dawn's whito gossamer? All tlicsj nwnko tho wish I tuako, Good Wintor, just for hor. My Lovo, n blossom fair is sho, Litlio as " Illy stem; Her voice and words so bko tho birds Will mnko you think of them. Good Winter, keep her snfo for mo, l^avo to her fnco its smile, And to hor heart o[ lovo that part Which makes my wish worth while! ? I'runk I). Sherman, in IIarpcr'3 Weekly. WITHOUT A DOWER. FnoM tub rrtEXCii of tacniidr, onxnT. AY hen she entered the g-and salon nt the soirees of the Qonoral, looking so Unding und fro-h, a murmur of admira? tion tu c ficm the groups of of...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 25 January 1889

c Clinch Valley News? FRIDAY, - - - J?nT25, 1889. LOCALAND GENERAL NE WS JiRIEFS. Urosecloso * Co. offer lumber for 8 file. Cnpt. J. C. Rawn lias gone to tho Hot SpringB for his health. The Bank of Marion has reduced * the cost of money to 6 per cent. Glade Spring is to havo rt cannery. A farm has been purchased for the purpose. Bristol is to have built this sea sou a handsome mid commodious Opera House. We ask a little indulgence for this and next week to get our big paper in better form. Wytheville is now looking for some party to build a 850,000 hotel on a $5,000 gift lot. Copt. Frank Blair is mentioned ns the probable Republican candidate for Attorney General. Tho cozy dining rooms of Mosri-s. Saunders and Spotts nro proving very fittractivo to tho public. A number of Tazewell people con? template atteuding the presidential iuuRgurul ceremonies. The people of Tazewell are en? joying a run of good health not? withstanding the open winter. President elect Harrison is said to be in...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 25 January 1889

grosi Um boon asked to racognlg? 1 acting es an "industry," and to protect it Accordingly. It is estimated by competent experts that nearly it not quito $30,000,000 will bo spent for nowspspor advertising -within the United Statoa during tho year 1880. Ruasla is making groat and important headway in both Ssrvla and Koumnnia, and the spring is likaly to ii id both theso kingdoms uador tho control ot Itatasmea who aro ia sympathy with Pans la vie ideas. Many of our roadors will bo sur? prised to loarn that Nevada has lost about one -third of Its voting population during tho last eight yoars. This ia duo mainly to tho exhaustion of tho celo bratod silver minos at Virginia City. Uanon Taylor, of tho Protestflut Episcopal church, lately produced an ostimato beforo tho London Church Cosgross that it would tako ovor 800, 000 years at tho prasootrato of progress to coavort tho world, cvoa if tho popu? lation romainod stationary and the con? verts steadfast. Whon tho Eaglish took possession ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 25 January 1889

A FAMOUS CHARGE. niH ADVANCE OF TIIK LIGHT BUIGAD& AT BAbAKtiAVA. -A Graphic Boaorlptlon of tho Char>;o . mr tho Six Hundred by n Husstan Officer ol' tho Battery That Sustained It. Colonel Nicholas Wamplor, a Kussinn gentleman, formerly iu tho Czar's army and diplomatic service, but now a resi? dent of Baltimore, was a member of tho Kussian battery which sustained the fa? mous charge of the British Light Bri ?gade, tho noted "Six Hundred," at tho battle of Balaklava In the Crimean war. This terriblo charge was tho rosult of a blunder on the part of an ollicor in tho British army. "When I entered tho army for tho ?campaign ot tho * rimea in '5)," said tho Colonel to a Chicago Times representa? tive, "1 was frosh from the university, oud all tho oveuts of this, my lirst, mili? tary experience, made im perishable Im? pressions upon me. I remember the day and incidouts of Balaklava hotter, per ?hups, than any other. Tho nrmics of tho allies?English, French, and Turk? wero forming...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 25 January 1889

JE-uttaoy. Fetr Is the castle up on the hltl? t Hushaby, sweet, my ownt The night Is fair and the wares are still, . And the wind is singing to you and me In this lowly home beside the sea? Hushaby, sweet, my own I --'/fu^ll la store ot wealth? And reTellers drinkloa MiSv?i? ura.m, Hut you and I bide night end day, -"* Tot the other love that has sailed away Hushaby, sweet, my ownl , See not, doar eyes, the forms that crceji Ghostlike, O my ownl v Out of tho mists of tho murmuring deep: Oh, see them not, and moke no cry 'Til the angels of death hnvo passed us by? Hushaby, swoet, my own) Ah, littlothcy rock of you and mo? Hushaby, sweor, my ownl In our lonely homo boside tho sea; They seek tho castle up on tho hill, And there thoy wl'1 do their ghostly will? Hushaby, O, ray ownl Hero by tho son n mother croons Hushaby, swoet, my oirnt In yondor castlo a mother swoons Whilo tho nngcls go down to the misty deep, Bearing a little ono fast asleep? Hushaby, sweot, my ownl ?'Eugene Field, ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 25 January 1889

So Hnoh Mar Ho Dona. Thcro U much that may bo done While the gllttertag life sands run; If ye be but earnest minded. U ye go not weekly blinded By gay Fashion's heartless tolly. Or a Beinah melancholy. By d momentary pleasure. Or a lore of ease and leburo; Lured not by flitting beauty. Froov tho narrow path of duty, Much there is that may bo done By an earnest minded one. There is much that may be dons By n gentle, loving ono I Her'? sweet mercy's prayer to brenthe; Hor's the manly brow to wreathe In fadeless garlands from above, Oommed with tho dow of heaven's love; To Bootho the care worn, troubled breast. To guard tho woary pilgrim's rest, To el oho tbo oy oa of age and youth, To whisper of celestial truth, Much?ah, much!?may o'or bo done By a gentle, loving ono. "MR. WASTE PAPER." In a shabby littlo houso, In a shabby littlo stroct, I call it a street simply out of complimont?it boing in reality only an alley that had Etartod out to bo n stroct and finding itsolf too narrow Ly h...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 25 January 1889

???_? T ' ?" ' 1 " -1_ Though tho death rato Is tour or livo more to the thousand in cities than in tho .country, tho marked diSoronco 'be? tween tho rates in different cities, indi? cates that improved ; plumbing and othor sanitary precautions havo modi? fied the evils of over crowding. The Njw York San says that since tho government of the Uaitcd'S ates was cttabhshod th ro havo boon only tbreo presidents who foiled to invito to tho cabinet a citizon of N -? w York. Thoso woro John Adams, Thomas JefTorsen nni Zichnry Taylor, and in two out of tho tbreo cases tho vico prosidont at tho timo was a Njw Yorker. Prince Bismarck is deoply interested in tho promotion ot civilis ition in Af? rica. In this bohalf ho has secured tho aid of all Europoan governments except Portugal for tho suppression of tha slave trade. This action was mainly taken to protoct German colonists nt Ziozibnr. Tho blockado which Bis? marck proposes to establish will mako it hard for tho Arab slave t radon to dispo...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 25 January 1889

f INDIAN HOME LIFE. A - * BHLL A BAVAfJB DKSl'ITK CIV1L 1ZIHU INVLliKNCES. i*o'a Social, Moral mid Intellectual Progress KxcendhiKly Slow? Iilfo Id tho Topoo?Praotlcos to Whlcb Ho Clings. Our Indian population, writes Moses Polsom in the Milwaukee Journal, num? bers about 2?t>. ODO, aud all west of the Mississippi except 30,000. None are hostile except a few in tho Southwest ?long tho Mexican frontier. Tho total number belonging to agencies under supervision of religious bodies is of? ficially reported in round figures at 230, 000. There are not less thau 300 schools ou tho various reservations. Tho Indian . child, as a rule is an apt scholar. Since tho disappearance of large game and tho degeneracy of tho Indian into a suppliant for government aid, ho is rot as much of a man as he wus. When sur? rounded by a large white population, as in tho East, something may be oxpectcd of him; but the average?* reservation In? dian now has little to do except to gnm eTf bio and horse race wh...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 25 January 1889

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, ? - - JAN. 25, 1889. It was Senator Van Pcit who threw down the gage of battle in the West Virginia Legislature, which caused the .Republican mem hers to show their hand. They did not intend to allow the Senate to he organized until the election of Goff was conceded. The papers state that the session to which the Senate reassembled alter the reai-J ingot Van Pelt's resolutions and! speech was tho most memorable j and exciting ouc of the legislation so far. Tbc result has followed in the organization of the Senate. The expectation that business in all lines in our immediate section j will bo greatly revived with the opening of spring is not without.' apparent foundation. New bnsi- ? neos and development is trending! Ibis way, and a more courageous! fueling is manifested on the. part of home people. There is everything at hand in onr rich section to war? rant free investment with a cer? tainty that tho future will attend to the use and consumption of all th...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 1 February 1889

CUnch Valley Kews, LOCdL AND GENERAL \ NE WS BRIEFS. The Marion Times lias suspended publication. About ?4.000 will be put into the new Presbyterian church. Mr. J. F. Beavers, ot the Roanoke Daily Herald, was in town Tuesday. Mr. J. N. Hurmnn has gone to Florida to look niter his iuterests there. The grand jury indictments at this tonn of County Court were .many. Another entertainment will be given at the Seminary to-morrow evening. Miss Josic Stuythe has been up from Poeahontus for some days visiting Miss By rile May. Homo people are wont to Bay that, according lo size. Tazewell is the biggest toivn iu iho South. Messrs. Sexton and Houston have finished their contract on the Clinch Valley railroad und gone home. Services at Strns Memorial church at 11 a. m. ami 7 p. ui. next Sun day, and at the chapel at 3 p. m. The Glade Spring Canning Co. ' oiler a free site for a ilouring mill Oil their farm recently purchased. The attendance upon this term of County Court was not so largo us us...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 1 February 1889

Baltimore has adopted an ingenious ??chemo of putting letter boxes on street ?car*. It will at least, predicts tho New York iWstw, add zest to tho lifo of con? ductors. A lsdy gnllopiug along a side street signaling to tho conductor to stop, nnd then coming aboard and dropping & lettor in tho box and getting oft again, is a sccno calculated to ruako the con? ductor's heart leap with joy. It is ostimuted that last year the Sculh lost by forest fires nearly $7,.WO, 000. Tho total number of acres burnod over, according to tho Now Orleans Times Democrat, wns more than double tho wholo area of land under cultivation in Louisiana, or considerably over 0,000, 000 ocros. Aud what makes it worse, it Econis that tho destruction of most ol tho timber was due to carelessness or recklessness. A now peril of a very acute kind has been addod to those of tho London streets. It is that of being taken foi tho Whitcchapcl inurdcror nnd lynched ?fry tho crowd. Anyono who supposes this danger imagin...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 1 February 1889

BUDGETJF FUN. "HUMOROUS SKKTOHKS FUOM 1 ? VARIOUS SOUKUi?. Turned Into Itoal K?ti\tc?Horso Uuilons ibr n Cavalryman?A Likely Hi ory?Oratorical I'irvor, Etc , Ft c. :Baid Constab'e Brazg to Farmer Scragg: "I've como to sefaeyour cow, sir; The writsara'personal property.' ? And what will you do now, air/" "-Said Farmer Scrajrg to Constable Bragg: "I dou't aenru at a shadow; "Tho cow's not personal property, air? I've turned bar into a meadow." ?Times. Horso Rat ion? for a Cavalryman. "Ah, cavalier, how goes it?" i ?'First olass, Major. I have tho hunger ??f a horse." "You don't say so. Hero, orderly, "?ring a box of oats for Cavalier liris ^uard." A Idkoly Story. Farmer?"What aro you two boys ?oing up in that pear trco?" Johnny?"Tommy has taken a notion ? o stonl some pears." "And what are you doing up in tho ..too r" "I'm trying to talk him out of tho no ..iou."?Siftinge. Orntorlcnl Fervor. Wife (nt a politicnl meeting)?"How impassioned tho orator is, John! Why ?ie is nctually sheddi...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 1 February 1889

? A ran wa shot in Vancouver her-. Vor lately that weighed 130 pounds. ? Thb now law in Boston which goes into effect tbo 1st of May will closo one-half of the saloons. -; Since 183G nine explosions have oc? curred in tho powdor works at Wind? ham, Mo. Altogether thirty-three lives have been lost. Gkn. F. E. Sr-iKNF.it, ox-United States Treasurer, is nearly blind from .tho oflcets of a cancer in tho faco, and as bo is 80 years old his dnys may be considered numbered. Mn. and Mrs. R. I. H. Ireland, of Mishawaka. Ind., havo celebrated the sixtieth anniversary of their marriage, and tho old people were among tho liveliest of the party at the reunion. ' General Aloer, of Michigan, who has charge of Mrs. Logan's little for tuno of $40,000, has invested it so that it yields a handsome income nnd can't get away unless two or three million? aires fail. _ Mus. Charles Brown, of Ontario ?County, New York, recently gave birth to twins, a boy nnd n girl. Mr. Brown named tho boy Harrison Morton,...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 1 February 1889

THE VOICB Qg A STAB. BY WItX CA?LKTON. rjhirk night hor tent once more unfurled, oo l ower * first-century home. Upon the marble iwartoftho world?the groat Brand city ot Kome. Aud ImtbiHl et last wer? the cbarlot-tlree, and ?till tlio tandsk>d foci. Aud dtmmod tbo palace wiifdow-flrrs. oo many a noble street; And too, roof a maiden twic, with ares nsnugol? love Ami looked up ot the *pho.-es of flame (hat so.'t 1/ atoduiod above, dlw ?lucd avtbem with a ruletj- eye, nnd spoke. ' la eccentu sad: 0 toll me, go.dblr Is of tbo sky: l( over a voieo you had, ? * ->u?tico dnl from a polsv stroke, ami deal. n? woll not' in IV Vit? why most o'er tbe heaviest yoke bo placed on woman MadV Why h honl<v the solace ol man's heart be oft bis meanest slave'/ Why is her life e'er torn apart, by those slio has tollod to ?ovo? 'Why should tbo mold ot the houiau race l>o oruebed and thrown nwav, Wli< never it lacks Ihe outward grac-a that wooos tbo struuger clay? Why must the moibors of m...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 1 February 1889

- England wants all tho first-class, bonestly packed apples wo can spare "When North Dakota Is admitted hci popular name will be "tho Zephyr Stato." Taxation in Franco is so high tbot everybody is growling and finding fault. Fully 8000 miles of railroad were con? structed in tho United State* during lt?8?. _' The ?iblc has to be printed in twonty nine different languages to supply the people living in Ponnsylvauia. Judge Gary, of Chicago, has decided that it is every citizen's moral duty to keep the snow and ice off bis sidewalk. The Secretary of the Treasury is the only member of the Cabinot who annually reports to tho House of ltcn rcscntatives. An Italian witness in a Brooklyn Court, being asked tho other day what was an Italian brigand, replied: ''All panto, cowboy your country." The Government has discovered n shortage of eight cents in the accounts of a paymaster who died in lyuil, and hie boudsmen must fork over. There will bo only one colored man in the next Congress, nnd bo...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 1 February 1889

MONGOLIAN DUDES. A PHA8R OF OKIKNTAI. JjIFB IN SAN FltANOISCO. *he SuMiiny l'romonado In China town-IMr-Talle?!, Itenu Ilrum ?nols Who Import Tlielr Wartlrobos from Poking Thtt. Mongolian ?'masher" is as dis tinciivo a churncter in Chinatown as tho American dude is on Kcarnynud Market streets on lino afternoons. Tho same? ness of l hincse faces and costumes is often remarked by superficial observers, and all strangers unused to Chincso find it impossible to distinguish ono of the Asiatics from another. Tho observant Ban Frnuoisc.m, however, possesses an ?iyo educated in tho discernment of Chine?c physioguomy, and can detect as much ditlereuco in the faces of Mongo? lians ns he enn in those of his own race. It is wrong, however, to think that in the matter of dress tho Chincso aro nil disposed to conform to one model. Tho plain blouse o' tho ordinary coolie is so ofle'n seen on the streets of Snn Fran? cisco that one may bo pardoned for tlrnking that it is the univorsnl fashion. Chin...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 1 February 1889

ff^^"??^*.1-';"'? -??:-= Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, ? - - FEH. 1, 1SS?. Tho next few yen is will be mem? orable hs (lie era of town building in Southwest Virginia Tbi.i has become so evident that the more wide awake communities are si rain-1 ing every muscle to Imvd the ad Vuiitnge of being first to attract the elements that insure growth. Roa | noke is at present in the lead, liulj silo lias fin uulu'd an example for Ibid ford, llrixtol ami oilier piuu.is-' ing towns. Wythevillo lias taught the idea, an ! (be county supervis ors have just appropriated SUo'J lo] pay for an advertisement in ?> news. 1 paper by way of a starter. The] town also gives a 0 '>?* lot lo any I one who will build a $50,00J hotel; thereon. The Wythcvillu Enter-' prise 011 I ho subject ijuoles tbo let jer of a Virginian in Kansas City : I '?A few years ago, the city of St j Joseph, u short distance up t:?cj Missouri river, was considered the! metropolis'of tho Missouri Valley by so safe a lead 111 at. I...

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