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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 April 1890

VOLUME LXYII-NO. 139. PROMPT ACTION. A PeraYian Revolutionist Thrown Into Prison. Mexico ft Establish Legations at Several Important Capitals. Le Carcn Said to Be Living In Retirement In a London Suburb— The Emm Expedition. Special by tbe California Associated Press. Lima, April 7.— Pieroia, the ex-dictator, Cndti.g that be had no chance of winning in the coming Presidential election, at tempted to stir up riots in this city. He was promptly committed to prison by the Government, whose action lias the entire support of public opinion, which refuses to tolerate such lawlessness, l'ierola has withdrawn bis candidature, and an agree ment has since been made between the other two candidates with the sanction of the Government. It is believed in conse quence of this agreement that the election to be held Sunday will preceed quietly. HEM KING SEA CONTItOVEKSY. Regulations the Canadian Government Is Will ing to Abide By. New York, April 7.— The Telegram prints a special from its Ottawa cor...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 April 1890

2 THE THEATERS. ..The Bostonians Open in " Fati- uilza" at the Baldwin. Hallen and Hart— The Alcsrar's "Sosedale." Camilla Urso's Farewell -A Change. Opera at the Orpheum— Notes. tThe Baldwin's auditorium was well filled to welcome the favorite Bostonians. First nighters were out in force, and besides - these faithful patrons of the theater there were many persons whose faces are not usually seen on sach occasions, and, in fact, who are not habitual attendants at public amusements. This fact would seem to show that the company will have a hitherto reserved force in our community from which to draw support during the season. There was but one fault to find With the arrangements last evening— in raising the curtain. Had it not been lor this, the reception of the singers would no doubt have been much more hearty than that which greeted them on their en "* ' trance. As it was, Miss Jessie Bartlett . Davis mid Miss Juliette Cordon had a grati fying greeting. vos suite's "fatixitza"— . Fr...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 April 1890

REMOVING A FENCE. Discussion Regarding the One Around Portsmouth Square. The Supervisors Receive a Complaint Against Charles Alpers-A Saving in Water rills Suggested. The "Solid Nine" was not present in its entirety at last night's meeting of the Board of Supervisor-., and the few who at tended the session found themselves unable to navigate the frail bark upon which they Have been sailing under the captainship of Supervisor Harry, He was absent through out the evening, and his colleagues sadly felt the need of bis assistance several times. For the first time since the present board assumed office, the minority, consisting of Supervisors Ellert, Boyd and Wright, had . things their own way. The vote of at least one of these was needed for any "Solid Nine" proposition and this, of course, they could not obtain. Mayor Pond presided. Two lengthy additional protests were re ceived from property-owners against the paving of Railroad avenue, and both were referred to the Street Committee. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 April 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL H«s a larger circulation than any other . newspaper published i.i San Francisco. PUBLICATION OFFICE: rrr Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 odock r. m. .BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market -ri. it. rr-ar Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; 139 liaye.. street, open until 9:SO o'clock: 603 l-:irliiii street, oj*«4 until 9:30 u'loek, and 2518 -Sussiou street, upon until 9 o'clock p. m. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ' PAII.Y CALL (Including Sunrlrn.), St> per year by ■rail, postpaid: 15 cents. per week, or 05 cents per calendar mouth li run.: canters. DAILY CALL, five copies three months. *6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve lages). si 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL ai.d ■ i hI.V CALL *2 50 per year, postpaid. v. IEKI.Y cam. (eight pages), $1 25 per year, post l-id. Clubs of ten (sent to MM address), $10. AUCTION SALES TO-DAY. Bi -.. Estatz.— By Kastun & Hdridge, at 618 -Market st., at 12 o'clock. - I i -rnitit.k.— by Chas. Levy, at 536 California •t.. at 10 o'clock. WEATH...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 April 1890

• BItSINKSS frHANC'KS. Q9ftllft COMMERCIAL EXPRESS AND '^ — Ol'l'. tr.insfei busiuess: partner wanted to .act as cashier, keep the books, once: receiving, shipping delivering freights and merchandize; lias 5 cood teams, barns: everything complete and in first-class running order; has special contracts .Hi railroad and steamboat companies tor trans- portation of general freicht and merchandize, with regular trade clearing $350 to $150 per month; business established 25 years; bc.t of ref. reiie.-s and rull investigation; this is one ot the finest bnsi- nesscs in the State. GEO- stew Alt t. 135 Kearny.lt «__:< I' A BCTCHERS. ATTENTION— AN ESI AB- . <Ir<7uU. lished downtown shop, with cash trade ot $1400 to $1600 per month, Hearing $300 to $100; trade establlsned over -'0 years: cuts up from ii to 8 cattle per week, and other stock In proportion; wholesale butchers concede this the best paying shop - " in the Slate: lias made a competence Tor owner who now I.:::- books and bus...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 April 1890

6 : V PIANOS. VIOLINS. ETC. .. i SACBI FICEO — ELEUANtTTaN'O.^CPRIGHT; also tine parlor set, in whole or part. Address A., Box 86, Call Branch Office: no agents, apB 2t* lI C II PIANOS, NEW ; ALSO iCN ABE and Stelnway uprights. $150 and $275. J. KEEI sole agent, 10 .9 Market St. ap7 7t» J HEWING CO.'S PIANO DEPARTMENT; SPE" • clal bargain; 1 square piano, Arlon, fine tone, first-class order, $175; 1 square Hazleton, worth $200, $126; call early; by so doing you can secure a great bargain. Address G.C. Munson, Piano De- partment of J. DEW CO.. 813 Market. 8. F. 6tf ainr ONE LARGE SIZE UPRIGHT PIANO, Cl 4 O. 71 3 octave: very little used; Oilman, maker. XV. G. BADUER. 725 Market. apl 7t (JO- f\ ONE NEAKI.', NEW S«UARE-GRAND' «p .-SUV. _ strings, 715 octave: Stelnway A Sons, makers. W. O. BADGER, 725 Market. apl7t <__.'_> ONE NEARLY NEW PIANO, 71.3 OC- vP_Z.OV. tave: Chickerlng A Sons, makers, XV. li. BADGER, 725 Market. apt 7t 1 th ONE~71 3 -OCTAVE PIANO; BEEN IN flpluv.use less...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 April 1890

ROWING AND BOXING. Meeting of tlie Pacific Rowing Association. Alpine Athletes Who Will Have a Cross country Ban Next Sunday— Wild-Pigeon Shooting— Fisticuffs. The Pacific Rowing Association held a meeting hist evening at 706 Powell street, (he Alpine Athletic Club's headquarters. There were present representatives from the Ariel, Alpine, Dolphin, Pioneer and Lurline clubs. 11. Uerengil presided and H. O'Farrell acted as Secretary. The constitution, which was revised at the last meeting, was adopted. K. Christie of the Uriels applied for reinstatement into the amateur ranks, and his case was referred to the Investigating Committee, composed of P. 11. McDonnell, i.. .1. Calvin and U. O'Farrell. One hundred copies of the constitution were ordered printed, the work to be done by a union printer. Messrs. Calvin, Rothkopf, Frauk, Espy and Flanders were appointed a Committee on Picnic and Regatta. i lie South End Club was not represented at the meeting by a delegate. The matter of classif...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 April 1890

8 TOOK MORPHINE. X Butte Woman Puts an End to Her Career. Neiada Republicans Demand the Free Coinage of Sliver. They Threaten to Bolt If This Congress Does Ret Pass a Bill to That Effect—At tempt to Poison a Rancher. Special by tbe California Associated Press. Butte, April 7.— Delia Scott, a young married woman, who had been too intimate with another man, committed suicide by taking morphine Sunday night to end her troubles. She and her husband drank all day Sunday. At night, when Scott went to bed his wife sent to a female friend for a teaspoonful of morphine, which she must have taken and then laid down beside her husband in bed. He awoke about 7 o'clock this morning and found her breathless form beside him. A Coroner's inquest developed nothing beyond the above facts. SACRAMENTO. The Election-Contest Case Dismissed— A Sud den Death— Rrbbed. Sacramento, April 9.— When the case of Nagle vs. Comstock for a recount of ballots cast for Mayor at the late city elec tion was called befor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 April 1890

VOLUME LXVII-NO. 140. THE STORM KING. A Terrific Cyclone Whirling Throng Ohio.. in Umbrella Factory at Koraalk Wrecked and One Girl Killed. Many Others Badly Injured— Trains De layed by a Furious Gale in Wyom ing—At Other Places. Special by the California Associated Prei*. Cleveland, April B.— A terrible storm is in progress in this section of tbe State. The day had been warm, and resembled Dakota cyclone weather, and culminated to-night in one of the heaviest rain-storms ever experienced in this section. About 5 o'clock black, heavy clouds passed over the city, but no damage has been reported to-night here. It seems that It broke over Xorwalk, a pretty little city of about 10,000 inhabitants, fifty miles west of the city and the county seat of Huron ' County. A report from there says that a terrible cyclone struck there at 5 o'clock this after noon. A large funnel-shaped cloud from the northwest bound eastward is leveling trees and buildings and scattering debris along the track. I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 April 1890

2 ON HOME GROUND. The San Francisco Team De feated by the Colonels. Cobb Pitches Splendid Ball for Five Innipgs. Roughness of the Diamond Causes Several Errors. ' ' pBSHh Ci.rn% 4 c p ! Si anciSL-oa . . . lis iiiis leittOS. " ... 2 "i" .... . ...| 2 TIT 1 :-: 777. 1 1 .... iTT .It.O Lost. i — I— I. ..! 1....1 i The new grounds of the Oakland club were opened yesterday afternoon with much pomp and ceremony. The Colonels won the game from their rivals and the town across the bay was overjoyed. The weather was perfect and opening day attracted about 2000 people to the game, one-fifth of that number being from this city. Previous to the contest the clubs as sembled at the Galindo Hotel, and, pre ceded by a brass band, were driven about the principal streets of the town. In the line of carriages were managers Finn and Rob inson and a number ot prominent Oakland ladies and gentlemen. The procession reached the grounds a short time before 3 o'clock and the players went across the field to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 April 1890

RUSSIA'S CURSE. Acts for Which Children Are Pro- uouncctl Political Criminals. 2ae. Tshebrikevi's Letter That Played So Prtniiccnt a Part in th 9 Recent TJatversity Disturbances. In recent dispatches from St. Petersburg have been repeated allusions to the letter of Mine. Tshebrikova, a copy of wliich was sent to the Czar nnd each member of the Ministry. The author, who enjoyed a high reputation in literary circles, is about 50 years of age, and for a score of years has been known extensively on account of her articles on educational subjects and ques tions concerning women. The brilliant po sition she occupied has been sacrificed by this one letter. As she had no relations with the revolutionary party her action is all the more remarkable. She composed her letter in Paris, and then boldly took it back . to Russia, caused it to be delivered and awaited the result. Shu was, of course, ar rested aud thrown into prison. The most important sections of this now historical missive are as f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 April 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Han a larger circulation than any other newspaper published in San Francisco. rUUI-I CATION OFFICE: . ff. Montgomery street, near Clay, open until II o'clock p. M. 1-BAXCH OFFICES: 710 Market i-trret, near Kearny, open until 1- o'clock midnight; | i'S9 Bares street, open until 11:80 o'clock: 003 I kin street," open until 8:30 o'iock, and 2618 Mission -tree;, opan until 9 o'clock r. si. IIIITION RATES: DAILY call (Including Sundays), St. per jmt_9 a. I, postpaid: IS rents per week, or 65 cents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, five copies I brat months. *6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve lagesi. Sri 50 per year, postpaid. SCXDAT CALL and WEEKLY CALL *2 50 per year, postpaid. V EEKLY CALL (eight pages), $1 '.'5 per year, post raid. tubs or ten (sent to one ailiircssr, $10. AUCTION SALES TO-DAY. Fuatunm- By lieo. l. Lamsou.at 513 Leaven worth st„ at II o'clock. Pi-iis. i-.i uk.-I'-v H. I. Jones & Co., at 1906 Sut ter St., at 11 o'clock. WK.VTIIEK PREDICTIO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 April 1890

, BrSTNESS CIIAXTKS. s~i .1 r i( i KOUTE FOR SALE; LEAD- ' y/^.VX* in.. ruing patter; - 380 subscrDcrs; takes 21 _. bom:, each morning; owner engaged in otlcr business. XV. 1". HKALY, 71« Market st lt* ffiTOR NEWS DEPOT AND CANDY STOBE; *IP X-_o. suitable for lady or gentleman: furniture included in sale. W. F. BEALY. 719 Market st. it* <BKf)0 FINE CORNER SALOON; DOING «H v'tiv. trade $15 per day: you can try business .efore pnrrhas ng. W. F. HEALY. 719 Market, lt* OjOCA PARTNER WANTED TO-DAY IN XJT--OV. mauufaeturlng businesss; ready sales; ____ (3 to $5 per day, ". 1-. HEALY. 710 Market.* • lKft PARTNER IN CARPENTF.R SHOP; • 7 tOU. call .i.e. W. F. HEALY. 719 Market* 1 fib 7-/1 MECHANICS' HOTEL: BAB-BOOM, c* I tou. diiiliig-rooiu. kitchen and 24 bed- rooms, furnished cimplete; large stock of liquors: has filty boarders: Duo chance to secure a money- inaklng" business. SHOAFI ... ROSS, 873 Market lt ii "sAI I PARTNER WAN! ED IN CASH OFFICE ♦*SfiUU. business; dealing iv real esta...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 April 1890

6 PIANOS. VIOLINS. KTC. SACRIFICED— ELEGANT PIANO, UPRIGHT; also fine parlor set, In whole or part. Address A.. Box 86, Call Branch Office: no agents. apS gt* SCHUBERTPIANOS.NEW YORK; ALSO itN AItE and Steinwav uprights. $150 ami 9275. J. KEEFFE. sole agent, 10.9 Market st. ■ ; ap7 7t« J" DEWING CO.'S PIANO DEPARTMENT; SPE" • clal bargain: 1 square piano, Ariou. fine tone. first-clri'S order. $175: 1 square Hurl on worth $200. $125; call early; by so doing yon can secure a great bargain. Address G. C. Mtltisou. Piano lie- incut ot .1. DEW ING CO.. 813 Market. S. F. li tt ©1 IPs- 55* LARGE SIZE UPRIGHT PIANO, tfflllD.Tl. octave; very little used; Oilman, maker. W. 6. BADGER, 725 Market. apl 7t ffljQ-iV ONE NEARLY NEW KIJU ARE-GRAND 1 «Ip-___-)l/. 3 strings, "i ;i octave: Stelnway & Sons' makers, XV. G. BADGER. 725 Market. apl 7t ffljorTn ONE NEARLY NEW PIANO, 7'A 00- VP^.OV. tave; ('dickering .V Sous, makers. W. G. BADGER, 785 Market. apl 7t •fil^fl ONE 7>;)-OCTAVE PIANO; BEEN...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 April 1890

ADMISSION DAY. The Institute Urged to Postpone the Annual Fair. Potent Reasons Presented to the Trustees by Kative Sons, Pioneers and the Mer chants—Action Delayed. Tie Trustees of the Mechanics' Institute were waited upon last evening by a delegation, lor the B pose of inducing i hem to postpone the annual lair 10 afford lire Native Sons of the (101. west and the Pioneers the use of the pavilion on September Sth, 910 ana loth, in celebrating the fortieth anniversary of the admission of Cali fornia into lie Union. The Native Sous were represented by K. P Hammond Jr., M. A. Horn and Charles L. Welter Jr. ; the Pioneers by Secretary Hiram T. Graves, the Chamber of Commerce by President George c. Perkins, the Produce Exchange by President Barry Baldwin, the State Board of Harbor Commissioners by President William D. English, and Hie Citizen's Relief Committee by William 11. Bunker. EI lie usual business was suspended to hear tho visitors, Chairman Hammond of the Native Sons' Com mittee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 April 1890

8 STAGES STOPPED. Two Gangs Levy Tribute on the Mails and Express. in Unarmed Passenger Who Refused to Be Bobbed. Be Successfully " Bluffs " the Highwaymen. The Forest Hill Box Rifled of Letters. A Father's Wrath. Special by the California Associated Press. Sacramento, April Yesterday after noon the stage from Michigan Bluff to Au burn was held up ono mile and a half from the latter place by two masked men. The passengers were ordered out and all robbed but one, William Muir of Micbigan Bluff, who defied the robbers, although unarmed. One robber had a shotgun and the other a pistol. The latter became cowed when Muir advanced on the man with a shotgun, daring him to shoot, and trembled so that he dropped the pistol. The man with the gun declined to rob Muir, and allowed the stage to proceed. The robbers broke open one express-box, which had ouly letters, and did not molest the other, which was empty. Gordon Cowan, the proprietor of tbe line, was driving. 'Hie man with the gun threat ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 April 1890

VOLUME LXVII-NO. 141. AN AWFUL NIGHT. Sharon, Ohio, Visited by a Terrific Cyclone. Ban; Houses and Barns Blown Down and Much Damage Done. Ihrce Men Killed and Several Injured by the Storm in Virginia — a Flood at Johnstown. Special by the California Associated Press. Cleveland, March 9.— One of the most terrible storms ever known in this section of the country swept over parts of Medina and Summit counties last bight, doing a vast amount of damage to property, besides killing oneperson and injuring others. The storm was a genuine tornado and although I only a quarter of a mile wide left devasta tion in its path. Several buildings were blown down, some were taken up bodily and hurled into splinters and others were fired by lightning bolts. GIiKAT DAMAGE AT SHARON. The greatest damage was felt in Sharon, near the eastern line of Medina County, and in Springfield Township about five miles southeast of Akron. The storm came up suddenly in Sharon about 7:30 o'clock, accompanied by terrif...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 April 1890

2 FUN WITHOUT " FIZZ." The Prohibition Convention Or ganized for War. Committees Appointed and an Order of Busi ness Adopted— Nominations to Be Hade To-Day. If a desire to exclude harmony from tlia Pro hibition Convention, which met In Pioneer Hall yesterday, was a pact of the regular business ol the meeting that part at least was a success. li was inharmonious from tbe time It was called to order In the morning uutil (lie afternoon adjournment, and inucli more resembled a con vention oftlie old parties than tbe deliberations of a body of Christian ladles and gentlemen. Tbe convention was called to order at 11 o'clock In tbe morning by tbe Rev. George Mor ris, Chairman of the Executive Committee, ana tbe exercises were commenced by all singing " America." Prayer was then offered by Rev. J. Marnier, after which Mrs. Dr. Spencer sang "Columbia, the Gem of tug-Ocean," the conven tion joining In the chorus. chairman Morris [lieu attempted to proceed with tin' business ana called for tbe...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 April 1890

MERRY BURGLARS. Frequent and Daring Robberies Reported. Dentists' and Doctors' Offices Are DemoiUd. History of a Police Court "Pull." Thieves in Clover. The burglars and sneak-thieves are still holding high carnival in tills city and en joying themselves in a merry game of bide and seek with the police. . This is an open secret in spite of all talk to the contrary and the strenuous denials of the thief-catchers, who stoutly maintain that "the city was never quieter than now," and, with a few exceptions, never so free from crooks. But their victims — doctors, dentists, at torneys, merchants and all classes of citi tens—who have been robbed during the last two or three months believe otherwise. It is seldom that a trace of the stolen prop erty can be discovered here, so it is quite evident that the cleverest work has been done by accomplished Eastern crooks who have shipped their spoils across the coun try. About five weeks ago several dental of fices were entered at night almost simu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 April 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL I/as a larger circulation tlian any other newspaper pnbliglicd in S::p. Francisco* PrBIJCATIOJJ OFFICE: ftt Montconiery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock p. if. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market Urtct, near Kearuy, open until 12 o'clock midnight; 889 Haves street, open until 9:30 o'clock: OU;S larkiu street, open until 8:30 o'lock, and 1:518 ■Uolbb street, opes until 9 o'clock p. m. »/ SI liSCUirTION KATES: DAILY CALL inline; Sundays), (8 per ye»r by Kail, postpaid : 16 cents per week, or (55 cents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, five copies three months. $6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve lages), SI 60 per rear, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL ai:d i KKI.Y CALL *2 50 per year, postpaid. T\ KEKLY CALL (eight pages), $1 25 per year, post laid. Clubs of ten (sent to one aiMrtss), $10. AUCTION SALES TO-DAY. Furniture.— By Chas. I-evy, at 862 Howard St., at 11 o'clock. 1 vitNiTUBE.— By M. J. Simmons, at 1057 Market •1..;u 11 o clock. i:i v Estate.— By Cnrnall-Fltzhugli...

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