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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 March 1889

C m r -n n (!) ui u IT o e w o s : z 0 u u. o tr x a 2 0 h O 2 I V) 3 ui 1 r- -Oil K I ww I'UC I ft J All the World Feels One Day Nearer to the Inauguration 5 of Gen. Harrison. a EVEN OLD PROBS. TYPICAL. rasMngton Plump Pull of : People at the Mercy of the Squeezers. MHABBISOtfS' BUSYDAY. One Continuous Cabinet TYrestle for , "' "the President-Elect and His Gracious Wife " k.10uiTD OP SOCIAL pleasuees. 'Babiesa Whole Show in Themselves, -iiijra Sort of Sovelty in White n' . House' Circles. B OF A DAI FULI, OF ETMTS. snson Annex Still a Center of Interest .11 now tbe Ladles Passed the Day .Ue tbe General w as Bnsy In tbe Cabinet pair Shop Mrs. Harrison Breaklnc own nnd Anxlons for Rest Tbe Presi dentelect Worried and Willing to Chance Places With Sir. Morton Sir. Hnlfcrd Receives a Mascot. Yesterday was a distinctively busy day the "Harrisons. The President-elect ' to bring order out of his . Cabinet and tailed. The ladies were more .sful. Their reception lasted nearly 7; and they we...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 March 1889

"? ' I -. I v i 10 PA! THE PiPER Tlie State of Allegheny Must L- TI T. T J aj f nnt j . l .x uruibu a nouna $io,uuu 6S 'f i . Ppos apbohibitkw dance. , Our County Commissioners flow See (. So Other Way Out of It. P.f, A BREWER'S AGENT GETS AKGRY, -i And Tells of Haifa Million of Improvements T Knocked in the Head. EYERITHIKG SORT OP HANGING FIRE A new phase of the special election to be held in June was developed yesterday in the County Commissioners' office. The question of how much the election would cost, and who would bear the expense was brought up. After much discussion among the clerks of the office the sentiment was that the election would cost over 15,000, and the count1 would have to stand the ex pense. A great many people in this city have thought that the State would pay the ex pense of the election. This is incorrect. "Unless some special legislation is enacted between now and the time for holding the election, the only thing the State will pay for will be the printing ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 March 1889

ifllKESEJ r"W theISpittsb, bisTgi;smpDH T' "UPr Blanchard Would Beturnj lOld System at Once TFOETflEOPIOUSLAW. f Ee BelieTes in Giving the Weak Lines Differential Kates TO STOP THE COMMISSION BUSINESS Commissioner Blanchard, of the Central Traffic Association, passed through the city last night bound irom If ew York to Chi cago. There will be a meeting of the "West ern roads with the Joint Bate Committee in Chicago to-day for the purpose of extending the jurisdiction of the weighing and inspec tion bureaus. Mr. Blanchanl is impressed with the importance of the work, and he is anxious to have the system extended. On the question of commissions, he said: "The only way in which commissions can be abolished is to give the weaker lines a differential rate. I believe in the old pool ing system, and would go back to it to-mor-aw if the law would allow it. "What harm ould be done by submitting the plan of the pool to a Governmental committee for their approval? Some of the Senators TEOPOSED...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 March 1889

HP ( fc $ -.y tt M$$$it ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1M5. Vol. 44, Ko. C. Enured at Pittsburg l'ost oBce, oTcmUerU, iss. as secona-ciass matter. Business Office 07 and99 Fifth Avenue. Netra Rooms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 70 Diamond Street. Average circulation of the dally edition of The Dispatch for six monthm ending Febrn nry X, 1SS9, , 27,946 Copies per Issue. Averase circulation of tho Sunday edition of The Dispatch for February, 1SS9, 45,144 Coplts per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOETACE EXE IS THE CM'l'UJ STATES. Dailt UiSPATCn, One Year. f 800 JJAnvr insr-arcn. Per Quarter ipo Daily Disfatch, One Month..., ,l Daily DisrATcn, including b&nday, ona year. 1000 Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, per. quarter IS) Daily Diefatcu, Including bandar, ona month... . - 90 Ecsday UisPATcn. oneycar. ISO Weekly Dispatch, one year i-5 Tint Daily Dispatch la delivered by carriers at 15 cents perfect, orlnclualngtheSundayeduion, at 10 cents per week. P1TTSBCRG, FRIDAY, MAR. 1, 18S9. A P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 March 1889

TPITTaBUKGI '&?OBmmnm& 1 X j?rv,'T - i-u ' it '"W,iN--!(Kff t,J ifcTfXJ w M - r MASKED IUEDEREES Shoot Down a Wealthy Farmer and Appropriate $13,000 in Cash. A BIG BEWARD FOE JHEIR ARREST ! The Carious Land Claim Set Up in Con nellsville Township. ILL THE KEWS FEOM SEAE-BY. TOWXB. ttrECXU. TEtEGRJLM TO Tint DI8PXTCH.J Ligosiee, February 28. The entire county is in a fever of excitement and rage over the news of one of the most cold-blooded murders ever committed in this county. The scene of the crime is a prosperous farm on the pike about ten miles east of here, near Jennerstown, Somerset county. About 7 o'clock last night, while Her&an TJmberger and his wife were seated cozily before their dining room fire they were aroused by a knock at the door. Mr. TJmberger hastened to respond, and, upon opening the door, was confronted by two masked men, who Informed ilm that they were officers. They said they had a warrant to make an investigation of his premises for jewel ry that...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 March 1889

6- - ' "' -. . , kr . wl.'trtJ" Jltf" I V WONT HAVE BOXING, The East End Gymnasts Don't ' ant the Manly Art W PUBLIC EXHIBITIONS; President Barber Mates a Statement of the Club's Standing. - BALL GOSSIP OF LOCAL INTEREST, Hiller Offers to Join STrartwood's Projected Team for the South. 'GENERAL SPOBTIKG KEWS OP THE DiT It certainly trill be interesting to the (sporting public to know that one of the most prominent athletic clubs in "Western, Pennsylvania has resolved to nave nothing more to do with boxing exhibitions, either public or private. The club- in question is the .East End Gymnasium. The title is to some extent misleading, because it is hap pily an organization for the physical de velopment of everybody who becomes a member of it Of course boxing is a feature, anfl a great one of all thorough-going or ganizations whose object is to make mem bers expert in using their arms and legs, and to a great extent their brains. Many members of the E. E. G. looked at the matter in this...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 March 1889

'-' Mye stock reyiew. Fall Eeturns of Week's Transactions at Central Yards. 'CATTLE MEN WITHHOLDING STOCK. fBheep and Lambs Activelarge Kun of Hogs itom cmcago A'D PEICES DMFTING DOWKWABD Office of Pittsburg Dispatch, J THURSDAY, February 2S, 1SS9. J With returns for the week all in it ap pears tha local receipts of cattle this week hare been 310 head less than last, and less than any time for months past. By refer ence to reports for January it is ascertained that local receipts reached 2,230 headpr about 0,000 above supplies of this week. Through the month of November the receipts averaged above S.000 head weekly. The lowest number on record for the oast year vs the week be tween Christmas and New York, when game and poultry had the field. Receipts for local trade that week were 1,260. Supplies this week are smallest, with that exception, probably, for years. The light run has -had the effect of advanc ing prices on some grades of botcher cattle. An advance of 15c is reported by d...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 1 March 1889

PS V if f (MONT IS TOUCHED rBj the Avalanche of Messages and letters Ho is Daily Receiving C01IME5DAT011Y OP HIS COURSE In Musing the $6,OCO Back Pay Just Ten dered to Him by Congress. THE BIBLE CLEVELAXD WAS SWOBN ON EtpKes en lamont s Table, Where it Attracts Consia c . . enble Attention. it . - lTH Colonel Lamont is somewhat overwhelmed by the avalanche of messages and letters he is receiving commending his course in re " fusing the back pay offered Him by Congress. He tells a pleasant little story about the Bible upon which President Cleveland took the oath of Chief Magistrate. The Govern ment may p3y for the Thurlow steel gun in order to encourage further experiments ot the kind. j tErrCIALTEI.EGBAMTOTnEDIBl'ATCII.1 "Washington, February 8. Colonel ,. Daniel Scott Lamont must be a man of 1 granite, if he is not touched by the messages telegrams, notes and calls that have swelled the flood of commendation of his course in declining to accept back pay for his services when it was...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 March 1889

-ii- -.'ifta PAGESu'TO' J- J -' ' I I j - -a. ... : , -.-. w . . . .-.- . - J ; , . Ji. . I PORTT-rOUHTH Y3DAK . ilTTS-BU-KU-, SA.TUJttD.a.y,, MflJ&QJtt af 1BM ADABK I Ambles Gently to the Front ip the Free-for-AII Race for Cabinet Honors. GEN. BENJAMIN F. TRACY. A Sure-Tiling Tip As Winner Tor the New York Com bination Stables. AN OLD-STYLE GENTLEMAN Who Will Honor the Nary Bureau, For Which He is Almost Surely Cast. A LIVELY BOW OVER GEN. PALMER. Everything in Readiness for the Inaugura tion Except the Hands of the Clock. AKOTHEE DAI OF WORRIES A5D JOIS. flalf of tho Expected Crowd ol 200,000 Strangers Already on Hand Toe Won derful Greed of Washinstoninns A Rich Harvest to Be Reaped Some Odd Mishaps Vice President-Elect Morton Splashed With Hind and Senator Payne Takes a Tnmble The Ladles Busy as Bees Babies nnd Their Callers The Pretty Lady of the Incoming Administra tion. Order is coming out of chaos. New York's warring factions seem to have called off their dogs. General B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 March 1889

f ST, DAVID'S SHE, Pittsburg's "Welshmen Take Their Tributes There. THE AMIYERSAEY SIGHT. Interesting Banquet at the Mononga bela House, With Speeches BY DISTINGUISHED VISITORS. Garfield's Postmaster General, the lieuten ant Governor, and A FAMOUS PEEACHER IN ATTENDANCE. Around two long tables in the dining room of the Monongahela Honse last night tat 300 ladies and gentlemen. They were there to honor the memory of St. David. t Host of the gentlemen were members oi St. David's Benevolent Society. The invited guests included several prominent persons. These were grouped aronnd the center of the south table. John Jarrett, as President of the society, conducted the cere monies. On his right sat Hon. Thomas L. James, who was Postmaster General of the United States under President Garfield. Just beyond him the celebrated New York divine, Rev. D. Parker .Morgan, D. D., toyed with his fork between courses. To the left of President Jarrett the powerful form cf Lieutenant Governor W. T. Davi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 March 1889

L889.1 Tjza-Display advertisements one dollar per TtoMare for one' insertion. Classified advertise- "inert on this page such as Wanted, Far Bale, To Let, cic, ten cents per line for each inser tion, and none taken or lest than fifty cents. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BBAXCH OFFICES. $For the accommodation of the public, Branch Offices have been established at the following places, -whereWant, For Sale, To Let, and other transient ad vertisements will ' Je received up to 9 P. M. for inser stion neprt morning: Advertisements are to be prepaid except where advertisers already have accounts With TBE DIS PATCH. THOMAS McCAFFKKY. 35u9 Bntlcr street. ,EMIL G. STUCKEY. nth street and lenn are. jE. G . STUCKEV A CO., Wylle ave and Fnlton St. '"X. STOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House. J- EAST ESD. 'J. W. WALLACE, 613 Penn avenue. OAKLAND. MCALLISTEKASHEIBLER,5thav. &Atwoodst eocthside. - JACOB SPOHN. Ko. I Carson street. CHAS. bCHWAEM, 1707 Carson street ALLEGHENY. A.J. KAEKCHEK, 59 Federal stre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 March 1889

Vs1 The Bundoy Edition -or- ThE Dispatch Will contain the opening chapters of Maurice Thompson's charming serial, The Lily nf Ruction, An Exciting Romance of Old Days in the Bay St. Louis. Following are a f ew of the contributors to the double numbor of The Dispatch to be is sued to-morrow: OLIVE LOG AS. GAIL HAMILTON-. Dr. Wm. a. Hammond. Feaxk G. Cakpkktze, Lady ooldt Campbell, Claua Belle, bniKLEY Uaee, Joel Hextox, Rev. Geo. Hodges, 1'kof. n. S. shales, Bill Nye, macbice thomtsox, Edoak L. Wakejiax, Blakxlt Hall, BlKBT HATKIE, MKS. bHEUWOOD. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1848. Vol. 44, So. 3. Entered at Pittsburg Post office. November li, ISS7, as secqna-cas3 matter. Business Office 97 and 09 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and. Publishing: House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average circulation of the daily edition of The Dispatch far six months ending Febru ary 1, 18S9, 27,946 Copies per issue. Average circulation of the Sunday edition of Tho Dispatch for February. 1SS9, 45,144 Copies per ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 March 1889

5t i r ITOE BREEN'S EYE Sizes Up the Coming Inaugural Show and His Facile Pen Eecords WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN. ; How Fanny Davenport Can Teach Grover ' tft TnmMo fJr-ienfnllv. feJL , " J' r. THE MUGWUMP WILL BE SHELVED lad Burison Will b Seated Amli a Blue of Be publican Splendor. IGPEqUL TELEQRAM TO THE DISPJLTCH.1 , "Washington, D. C, March 1. Inauguration snow will come With all Its motley din. And then the whirligig mil ham And tarn the rascals in. Capital Laureate. In a few more days the waves of a new supremacy will dash up around the Capi tol, dethroned Democratic officeholders will i be walking the streets of "Washington in great numbers, and the first Democratic President which the towheaded boy of this generation has seen, will lay down the truncheon of power and will, therefore, be plain "Grover Cleveland, of New York," or perhaps the Tim Campbells of Gotham will call him "Grove" for short, as Bissell, Folsom and the Buffalo boys did when they clinked glasses together 15 yea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 March 1889

How Spalding's Ball Team left the Antipodes. SCOEE OF THE LAST GAME. President Kimick Talks About The league Schedule Meeting. HEETIHG OF THE COUNTY LEAGUE. Ten Clubs Agreed UponOafcland Sevicklej Admitted. and GENEBAL SPOKTTXG KEWS OP THE DAT ttrrCIAL COKKISPONDESCE OP TOE DISTATCB. Adelaide, South Awtralia, January 9, 1889. J Tlip visit of the American baseball play ers hat now become a matter of history. They played their farewell game on the 6th inst., and are sow homeward bound across the Indian Ocean. The last game in Mel bourne was witnessed by the greatest gath ering that attended any of the games in the Colonies. There were between 10,000 and 12fiO0 people present, but they were not at tracted by the game of baseball alone. In addition to the contest between theChicagos and All-Americas there was a game be tween the former and a picked team of American residents, calling themselves the Melbourne Baseball Club; a cricket ball throwing contest to beat the Australian record, a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 March 1889

IL9UW 'vr ffe a THE GRAND OLD MAI Scores the English Government for Its Cruelty to Ireland and Irishmen. HOME RULE NEAR AT HAND. Parnell Follows Gladstone in a For cible and Eloquent Speech. HE IS GREETED WITH ENrHUSIASM. A Warm Time In the Hoase of Commons Pertinent Inquiries Made and Evaded The Government Warned That Its Room is Sealed Liberal Unionists Flnycd Balfour's Treatment of Politi cal Prisoners Denounced Prisons Be coming Temples of Horror Creatine a Laugh nt Slnjor Snnnderson's Expense A Conciliatory Pica for Home Kulc. Mr. Gladstone made one of his best speeches in the English Commons yester day. He discussed the Irish question, and was pitiless in his denunciation of the Gov ernment for its lack of humanity, common sense and political foresight He was fol lowed by Mr. Parnell, who delivered a very temperate speech, in whtcn he showed that the mass of the voters were becoming favor ably inclined to the doctrine preached by Mr. Gladstone, and would, by their ballots, con...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 March 1889

f IRON HAS IMPEOYED, And Pittsburg Is One of the Few Cities Where it Can Be Seen That GENERAL BUSINESS -4S BETTER. Bradstreet's Does Kot Find a Tery Encour aging Situation, But IOOES FOBWAED TO DAWKISG SPEDfG. 'Dun's Etriew or Trade Bijs That Larre Btocts Will Be Carried Orer. Bradstreet't reports on the condition of general business are not, as a whole, en couraging. Iron, however, is regarded as being considerably firmer, with a slight ad vance in some lines. There is also a large increase in the wheat exports, and dry goods are reasonably active at some centers. rSFZCIAI, TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH. 1 New Yobk, March 1. Special telegrams to Sradstreet's report, on the whole, a some what less encouraging condition of general trade. The only encouraging advices which reported an improvement in dis tribution or general merchandise, are those from Chicago, Kansas City, Pittsburg and St. Paul. The gains appear to have been made in drygoods, groceries, boots and shoes and agricultural im...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 March 1889

W9trakVBHH fraf? PITTSBIW 'DISmTCH. ; SECOND-PART, j" JT tt- PITTSBTJBG, SATURDAY, MAKOH 2, 188.9. -A. m l-J, PAGES 9 TO 12. . " tKOW FIRST ASERIES OF SHORT STORIES By J. Marsden Sutcliffe, ENTITLED THE ROMANCE OF M INSURANCE OFFICE, Beiko Passages ix the Experience of Mr. AUGUSTUS WILLIAM WEBBER Pormerly General Hanager to the Universal Insurance Company. ALL BIGHTS Tjib Mystery Bt Clump CnttagE. Travelers by road between Oxford and London have often been heard to say that there tre few prettier towns in the South of England, and none more romantic, than the ancient and picturesque borough of P.issborough. Rissborough-stands on the banks of he Thames. The impression that it invariaby 'i eaves on the mind f the visitor who sees it for the first time, is that of its striking re semblance to an old Flemish town. Its long and roomy, though somewhat tortuous High street, flanked on both sides by rows of curious-looking shops, with quaint gables, interspersed with still more curious look...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 March 1889

KSsH r ESW-f .IS' KC 1 vn- "jt -' v.. ''! kf-STJ1 rW w V vr & a' - ?. t 10 GAffiOT CHRISTEN JT. Tlint'e Who tho HTnftnT With Poci- - XUavO II4AWW luu JU.U1AI.J. 'Iliu Ubdi dents of a Kew Place. THE SECESSIONISTS OF VERONA Ask Court to Choose Between Oakmont and Hal ton-for a Same. TYKOXG FIGURES AS TO A KEW JUSTICE There was argued before Judge Collier in Criminal Court, yesterday, a case that is causing some good people up the Allegheny Valley Railroad a great deal of thought. It seems that the borough of Verona is to be divided. It was rather large lor a bor ough, and, by mutual consent, the borough is to be split in two. The First waid re mains as the borough oJ Verona; while residents of the Second ward are casting about for a name, and that is what caused the argument in court. Mr. George P. Graver, representing a number of petitioners, -wanted the new borough called Oakmont, and his reasons were that the largest number of freeholders wanted that name, because they thought ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 March 1889

KX22E3 fw? PPff Ky5 EfflK THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH,' TUEDAY7rlMAE0Hr t ' A Jus "fr iT -?r . a Remarket basket. - t Strawberries From Florida Begin to Appear in Market, ilGAME WiKIKG-PODLTRT SCARCE. Fish and Oyster Trade is Quiet Preparatory to Lent last. .ACTiYf! TEADE IN FLORAL LINES. Office of Pittsbcbg Dispatch. J r kidai, iuaxou x, low. y At tbe fruit and vegetable stalls of Dia mond Market a more hopeful feeling pre vails than since the holidays. Trade ap pears to look up as spring approaches. The first strawberries of the season show 'jp from Florida this week at 51 25 a quart. Tropical fruits are in good supply at old rates. Fancy oranges are, however, growing scarce, and higher prices cannot be far away. In tbe line of staple meats tliero are no new features of interest. Cattle are as low as ever, and neither drovers nor cattle feeders can find any comfort in the sit uation. Butchers, however, have little cause of complaint, as every L5U0 rourd steer they cntup must yield a pr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 2 March 1889

spf 79. H-LA. : . s :- i A FEW FUTILE KICKS Obstruct the Appropriation Ordi nance Briefly in Council AND THE EEFORMERS SIT DOWN. Only One of Them Totes Against the Final Passage, After Much Talk. A FILIBUSTER AND A RECONSIDERATION The Common branch of Pittsburg Coun cils met in special session yesterday after soon for the consideration ot the appropria tion ordinance. The document was sub mitted to Councils on behalf of the Finance Committee by Chairman Magee, and on motion -was -placed on second and third read ins fr nnal passage nnder a suspension of the rules. "When the reading had proceeded to "Exhibit Q," which included the esti mated receipts and expenditures, Mr. Fer guson objected to the item of salaries being passed upon, without being itemized, giving the amount of salary appropriated to each employe of the city. Mr. W. A. Masree stated that the item, $70,250, included all the city offices snch as Controller, Mayor, Treasurer, City Clerk, Board of Assessors and others, inc...

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