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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 10 October 1871

$ljc mcs; New Bloomficlir, $nu Tuesday, October 10, .871. LOCAL DEPART ME XT. OUR TERMS Are rs i' lVr n Advance. To Siibscribers.-iHy noticing the figures on the, direction label any subscriber can toll when lils1 subscription 'expires. - !Thoso who wish to renew or subscribe, but do not like to send money by 'mail, oan; pay it to either of tfio following who are authorized" to receive i money on our account. . . Jas. I,. Dlven, lnndiHliurfc: Samuel Beliert, Slier lnansdalei,; It, M. F.by. Newport i, W. L Kipp, Mil. Icrstown; Georgo (Jrl.it, Green Park; Samuel Shumaker. Loysville: J. T. ltoblnsnn. Center i A. S. Whltekettle. Markelvlllei Wi. Jackson, New Butlaloi W. It. Swartz, Diinraiinnn, unci to Postmasters at the following planes i lllaln; Han. dylltll; Liverpool- NewUerniantown : Ickesburg; fcshcol: Doiinally'sMllls; Grier's Point)- Delville. John Dunbar, Perryvillo, Juulata co., Pa. Large Enough. A few more such sweet potatoes as we received last week from George Bhoaror, Sr.,...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 10 October 1871

Gtljc (times; Ncu) Bloomficllr, Ja. Tuesday, October 10, 1871. PAEli AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We fnrtt commvnfcnMonsrom n permntwho art interested in matter) proiierlv belonging to thi department, .. Straw Stack and Cattle Shed. As this is the time for thrashing and stacking our straw for' winter use, I send you a plan of a straw tack which I have used, and find it to be preferable to any way I have ever tried. , I cut sis posts seven and a half foot long and sixteen or eighteen inches in diameter, square the top ends, set them in the ground two-and-one-hnlf feet deep in two rows, twenty-four feet apart in the row, making a square of twenty-four feet. I then cut threo heavy sticks about twenty-eight long and lay them upon the tops of the posts across the row, and across these luy poles about two feet apart, suf ficiently strong to bear the weight of the straw. These poles can be about four teen feet long, to reach from bench to bench, which will form a rack twenty-four by twenty-eight fe...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 10 October 1871

Bloomfield Academy! An English and Classical School Fon LADIES AND GENTLEMEN Young Men Prepared For College. A Normal Srhiml anil a Si-hoot of Art. FALL TERM COMMENCES On Monthly, the 237 of August, 1871 AS the above school has recently been re-organ-tzed. students can enter imy time. Prof. VM, It. PILL, a graduate of Kutgcr's Col lege. N. J., Principal. l!ss ANNA 11. AUOSPUROER, n graduate of Esther Institute, Columbus, Ohio, teacher of .Mu sic, Painting, Draw-inn. French and German. Every facility for the training of the youth of both Rexes In all that constitutes a liberal and thorough education. Tho Collegiate) Department embraces all the higher branches, Including tho Latin and Ureek Languages, Engineering, l'ractl cal riurvevlng, Literature, Natural Science and ad vanced Mathematics. Vacations: July and August, and ono week at Christinas. Terms: For Hoarding, Furnished Itoom, Wash ing, Tuition in Latin, Greek, English Brunches and Mathematics, for the scholastic year, S1SU. In...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 10 October 1871

8 l)c men, New BloomficRi, REAL ESTATE NOTICES. Miscellaneous News Items. ttW A liotol elevator foil from tlio 4tli story at Northampton, Muss., a few days ago killing one boy nml Beriounly injuring a woman. t3ST KnttlesnakcH liavo killed bo many cattlo in Kansas that tlio farmers have or ganized and are carrying out a series of snake hunts. tW At Athens, Ohio, on tho 1st Inst., William Silons and Lester Wines, respecta ble fanners, quarrelled over tho division of crop of corn. Silons stabbed Wines, who died instantly. tW 3. Murphy, a farmer living near School House station San Martco county, Cal., was chopped to death with hatchets by tho brothers Casey and ono Morton in a drunken row. tW Four boys, living in Chicago, went out in a small boat on Lake Michigan, on Saturday a week and liavo not been seen since. Tho boat was discovered on Sunday floating in tlio lake, bottom upward. tW Augustus T. Berck, alias Charles Baker, alias Thomas Wilson, ono of the most noted forgers in tho co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 October 1871

t .-.-- .i ; ...r . .'." ' 1 rinis " 'v' F':4W M -.tmes...... "B' S AN' INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. "STZSZZZSZ ; . - - : . .; ' : '- . : - ' . ' y; '.'... -' - Vol. V. ;Ncv Bloomacl(l, PjiM TuGHday, October 17, 1871. IVo. 42. hi- . i r tv b&r .... ! . Is Fubllahed Weekly, At New Bloonifield, renn'a." FRANK MORTIMER. BUUSCUirTION TEKM8. &l.&Ci PKH YKAH! 7S Cent for 6 Months; 40 Cents for 3 Months, IN ADVANCE. Miss Foster's Lovers. A Story of Clrenmstnntlnl Evidence. CONCLUDED. ON the seventh night of our being out, wo were running undoi canvas ; and being tli us relieved from duty, I was walk ing the deck, pondering over the circum stances connected with the 'murder of the unfortunate Marlow, and trying to think of somo theory of its commission consistent with tho innocenco of WaUworth. But my thinking was all in vain ; for after cogita ting on tho matter for between two and threo hours, I only succeeded in gotling my thoughts into a state of hopeless confu sion. So, gi...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 October 1871

, ... 1 . contained the property taken from Mar low at the time 01 hia murder, I folt con fident ; but still I did not consider it pru dent to brenluopen the chest, nor did I consider tho immediate finding of the property of so much importance as I had .dose previous to our' arrival at Bermuda, as I had arranged a plan whereby I could the legal authorities of Liverpool being willing have Fleming arrested and his chest thoroughly searched by experienced detectives, before ho had any chance of getting on shore. ' We were to put in at Plymouth for two or three days, and it was ngreed between the captain and my self that I Bhould leave the ship as soon as we reached that port, and proceed by 'rail to Liverpool,taking with me the mark ed half-crown and properly drawn out and attested statements from our passen gers to confirm my account as to the manner in which I became possessed of the coin j from the mate, who had seen Fleming come out of Wallworth's berth just previous to the arrival...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 October 1871

tlje Wm&, NcW BIoomficttr, pi-- Boots ! ,. A. Fnl Assortment of THt CELEBRATED YORK ' BOOTS, Band or Machine BUled, Whole Stock . h le and , . Double Warranted to Give Entire' Satisfaction, Manufactured and For Sal to the Trada b , M. spahv ' Y0RK PA- A full Assortment of ' , Boots, Shoes and Rubbers Constantly on Hand. i r Special Mtmtloti raid to Orders. -. 62321 2tew 'Millinery Goods A.t IVewport, ln. IBEO to Inform the public that I havs Just re turned from rhlladolphla. with a full assort ment of the latest stylos of MILLINERY GOODS, II ATS AMD BONNETS, KIBBONS, FltENCH KLOWE113, i i FKATIIKK.H, i CHIGNONS, LACE CAPES, ' NOTIONS, And all articles usually found In a first-class Mil linery Establishment. All orders promptly at tended to. -Ve will sell all goods as Cheap as cau be got elsewhere . DKF.KH-MAKING done to order and In the la test stylo, as I get the latest Fashions from New York every month, (loitering done to order. In all widths. I will warrant all my work to gi...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 October 1871

T 4 lie mc0, Ncu)f,JJlcramftci&fj Men; Ijc )lo0ihfitltr fetis. AI VEIITI9IXG ' MATES I TVatMfeuf 8 Cents per Hue for one Insertion. 13 ' two Insertions IS " " ' three Insertions. Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents pot line. ' ' 1 ' " . ' 1 Notices of Marrlnges or Deaths Inserted froa. t Tributes of Kcspcct, &c, Ton cents per line. VBAHLT ADVERTISEMENTS. One Square, one year (13 00 Two Squares per year,,.....; 20 00 For longer advertisements a reasonable dis count will be mado. Ten Lines Nonpareil or one Inch, Is one square. NEW ULOOMFIELD, I'ENN'A. Tuesday, October 17, 1871. i s.. i Ilocftit I Election. ' The election held . on Tuesday last In tliih Stnto resulted In a Republican victoi y on the the State ticket of about 15,000 and a gain of one, and posHibly two sen ators. ' " ' " In Ohio tho Hcpublicnn majority is ex ected to reach 20,000 and in Iowa tlio llo ullieans claim a majority 'of 30,000. . At tho recent election In Texas tho Dem ocrats carried tho state by ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 October 1871

5 t jbioomnna uitnus. . . . . . , , ,'"u WwMw3Bt33gggS OFFICIAL RETURN Of tlio vote of Perry county at . tho elec tion hold on Tuosday, Oct. 10th, 1871 : And ai . a o j n iVr. Om. rre.J'g. SO ' o r M . on o C B Tuesday, October 17, 1871, LOCATssD ETA R T M EXT. OUR TERMS Are f$l fir X'ear in Advance. To Subscribers. I5y noticing the figures on the direction label any subscriber can tell when his subscription expires. Thoso who wish to renew or subscrilM?, but do not like to send money by mail, can ay it to cither of the following who are authorized t6 receive 'money on our account. .las. L. Dlvcn, Landisburg; Annuel Robert, Shcr mansdale; II. M. Kby. Newport; W I. Kipp, Mil Icrstowu; George Crl.it, Green Park; Samuel Shuniukcr, l.oysvllle; J., T. Robinson, Center; A. S. Whltekeltlc, Markefvillc; Win. Jackson, New Buffalo; W. If. Swart., Duneannon: Abner J. Wilson. Juniata 1. (). Postmasters ut tlit) following planes : lilnln : Kan (lylllll; Llverimol; NewGermantown i lckesbiirg; fcs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 October 1871

6 Ijc mc0, Nctu BloomficUr, pa. fat fflaamfitUr tmt0. luexday, October 17, 1871. , FABJI AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS ITe invite communication from nil persons v0 ore interested in matter! properly belonging to this department. A Splendid Dauphin County Farm. One of the finest farms in this State is located in Dauphin Co. about 7 miles below Harrisburg along tho P. R. II. It is owned by Mr. James Young, who by sheer energy and thrift, has risen from the position of bootblack and grootn in his father's tavern to a fortune of half a million. As an investment for his sur plus means, in 1856, he purchased nn old worn out farm, about 250 acres, to which be added, from time to time, acre after acre, until he now owns 800 uores. Unlike most men who havo bought land as an investment in thut county, who are in the habit of farming in the old slip shod style of tenant or share farming, Mr, Young manages and farms every acre of bis land within himself, bclieve ing that the only way to make farming prof...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 October 1871

Ijc imc0, New Sloomfitli, Pa, Bloomilold Academy! An English and Clamtlcal School FOB LADIES AND GENTLEMEN ' Young Men Prepared For College.' A Normal S' lwnl ant! a Si hnul of Art. FALL TERM COMMENCES On Monday, the 2Slh of August, 1871 A 8 Hie above school lias recently been re organ 2. Ired, student cauenter any time. l'rnf. WM. II. DILL, a graduate ol ltutgcr's Col lege, N. J.. Principal. Miss ANNA K. ALT.srtlRGEn, a graduate or Esther Institute, Columbus, Ohio, teacher of ilu le, Painting, Drawing, French anil German, livery facility for the training of the youth of both Rexes In all that constitutes a liberal and thorough education. The Collegiate Department embraces all the higher branches. Including the Latin and Greek Languages, Engineering, I'ractl cal Hurveylng, Literature, Natural Science aud ad vanced Alatliumatlcs. Vacation: July and August, and one week at Christmas. Terms: For Boarding. Furnished Boom, Wash ing, Tuition in Latin, Greek, Kngllsh branches aud Mathemati...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 17 October 1871

l)c X&wxts; Hcni Sloomficli, )a. 8 Miscellaneous News Items. tW Herkimer, Now York,' sliijm annu ally over 17,000,000 pounds 6f cheese, and 800,000 pounds of butter. C3f"Tlio laws of Mississippi permit a mau to chastise liis wife " witlilii , reasonable bounds." C3F" After two years experimenting, tlio cultivation of poppy In California lias been pronounced a success. , " How to put money in your purse." Open your pocket-book and tako a green back between your thumb and finder, and lay it right in. t"An Irishman who was run over by a whole train of cars got up and asked for his cap, and said ho " would not run another such risk as that for tin dollars." tJTMrs. Ellen Connolly, the wife 'of Dr. Connolly, who killed his two children and then himself in June last, has beon committed to Irlackwell's Island asylum for the insane EfjP The discovery has been made that grapo leaves make a yeast in some respects superior to hops, as the bread rises sooner and has not the peculiar tasto w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 October 1871

"HI f Iff fulfil ill l T ... v , i( vit. ins inii tr 1P: mtmt m u n m m n m m n u i 3 13 fl Iff li AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. TZi"tDZlx Vol. ,V. Now Bloomnold, Pn Tuesday, October 84, 1871. TVo.'-lfl. Uoomfitlb (imrs. - Is Published Weekly, At New Itlooniflcld, Tenu'a. " BY FHANK MORTIMER. . SDIIBCIUI'TION TEltMS. 75 Cents for i Months ; 40 Vents for 3 Months, IN ADVANCE. THE AUTUMN FOLIAGE. I1T W. li. WATEKTON. Tbougli September's suns shine brightly, And September's skies are blue, "though Autumn breezes lightly Stir tho leaves of varied hue, Still a not unpleasant sadness Stealeth softly o'er our hearts, While we mouru the vanished gladness Of the Summer which departs. Though the Autumn foliage glory In its green and gold arrny, Yet its splendor tells a story Of Inclpleut decay. Let us listen to its teaching, For analogies profound, And throughout all nature reaching, Are within us, and aronnd. Yes, the Autumn foliage gaining Tints of beauty as it dies, Like the setting sun...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 October 1871

2 ljc intc0, New Bloomfiefo, JJcu OUR ELOPEMENT. MY name is Christopher Terry, but everybody calls me Chris, for short, I suppose. The dny that I was born was a momor nble epoch in the annals (if Terryvillo. On that occasion there was n town elec tion that ended in a bloody fight between the adherents of the rivul candidates and u conflagration that destroyed nearly one third of the best buildings in the place. My two brothers, Fred und Dick (whom hadn't the udvantago of knowing at that time), were pretty good sized boys, nnd they determined to observe my natal day with appropriate honors. They, therefore, expended their spare change in purchasing a couple of pounds of gun powder with which they purposed load ing a small cannon iu their possession. Fred took tho paper containing the am unition into the kitchen and laid it on the table, while Dick and himself went to hunt up the cannon. In their absence Dorcas Miller, tho maid-of-all-work, com ing in and wishing to use the table, too...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 October 1871

ljc Simcs, Xcw) DloomficIJi, pa. 3 Boots ! , ,, A Fill AKV)rtreQof THt CELEBRATED YORK BOOTS, liana or Machine Rhlcd. Whole Slock Double Boie and Warranted to Give Entire Satisfaction, Manufactured and For Rule to the Trade by M. D. SPAHS, YORK, PA. A full Assortment of Boots, Shoes and Rubbers Constantly on Hand. ' - fliecial Attention l'ald to Ordors.HM New 3fi lUnery G oods At Nowiort, ln. IBKO to Inform the public that I have Just re turned from riillailelphln, with a full assort inent of the latest styles of MILLINERY OOODS, ffATS AND BONNETS, ItTUnONS, FRENCH FLOWERS, FEATHERS, CHIGNONS, LACE GATES, NOTIONS, And all articles usually found In A tint-class Mil linery Establishment. All orders promptly at tended to. WWe will sell all goods as Cheap as can be got elsewhere. DRESSMAKING done to order and In the la test style, as 1 get the latest Fashions from New York every month, (iollerlng done to order, In all widths. 1 will warrant all my work to give sat isfaction. All work do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 October 1871

4 le STimcs, NutPBloomftcii pa. Ijc Ioomfidb (putts ADVKUTISINO ItATESl 1 JVatwtioif 8 Ccntn per lino for one Insertion. : 13 " " ' two Insertions 15 " " "three liiKcrtlonn. Business Notice In Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted froo. Tributes of Respect, Ac., Ten cents per Hue. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. One Bqnaro, one year ; 112 00 Two Squares poryenr, 20 00 For longer advertisements iv reasonable dis count will be inado. Ten Lines Nonpareil or one 1 nch, is one square. NEW BL00MFIELI), PENN'A. Tuesday, October 24, 1871, Tiik Hotiiitoiial Kcturn Judgo for Frank lin Co. lias wo learn signed tho cert ideate of Mr. 'Weakley's election, mid application lias been mado to tlio Supremo Court in Pittsburg for a mandamus to compel tlio Cunilx'iliiiid eounty judge to perform bis duty. The louse of tlio rail ronds running from Philadelphia to N. Y. to tlio P. R. R. Co. has been completed and they will soon as sume its control. Tlio leaso meets witli much oppo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 October 1871

l)'p hric0Nfu-J31oomficl&, 5) t fllomnfiflfo Sinus. Tuesday, October 24, 1871. LOCAL nETAllTMKNT. OUR TERMS .4re s$l " 1'car it Advance. I The llorongli Schools are expected to commcuco on Wednesday of this week. Tho high school will bo taught liy Noblo Meredith, (ind tho other two by Mrs. Pine and Miss Li.zio Clouser. Small MujorilleH. The 20th Judicial district formed of Snyder, Union and Mlfllin counties, clocted Uuclior, Democrat over Woods Republican as President Judge by a majority of 0. So this is not tho only close district. ' Tho Itlnln School. The Summer session of this favorite school closed on tho 20th inst. The Fall term commences on the 21st of November, and no pains will he spared to maintain the present popularity of the institution. For further particulars see advertisement in another column. A Smash Up. The way passenger train down, on the Heading railroad, ran oil' the track, below Spring Mill on tho 18th inst., in consequence of a misplaced switch. The engine...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 October 1871

6 ljc Suite, .Neur. Bloomftcllr, Ja. Tuesday, October 24, 1871. FAEM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We inrlte, communicatlonffrom all pertonwho are interested in multere properly belonging to thU department. ('olio in Horses. Prevention is better than cure. Colic Inay be prevented by caro in feeding. When succulent green fodder is used, such as tho blades and tops of the green corn, colic is common. It is causod by the production of gas in the stomach and intestines from tho fermentation of tho food, or by permitting the horse to drink too freely of cold water whon tired and exhausted by work. Feed sparingly of succulent food until tho animal has be come accustomed to its use. Water often and give little at a time, and never cither immediately before or after a feed. If the horse has been permitted to be come very thirsty, give no more than half a pailful at a time ; letting li fleet) min utes elapse between the drinks, ur.til he is satisfied. If notwithstanding all care he is troubled still w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 October 1871

ljc tmcfl, New Blaomftcl )a. t Bloomficld Academy ! An English and Vlanlcnl School LADIES AND GENTLEMEN Young Men Prepared for College. A Normal Si limit mill ii Si limil of Art. FALL, TERM COMMENCES On Monday, the 2Slh .of.Auiuxf, 1871 AB the ahove school has recently been re-organ-j.ed, students canenter any time. Prof. WM. II. DILL, a graduate ) Hutger's Col lect, N. J., Principal. Miss ANNA H. Al'tJSrrKDF.lt, a graduate of Esther Institute, Columbus, Ohio, teacher of Mu rIc, Painting, Drawing. Krent h and Herman. Kvery facility for tlip training of the youth of both sexes In all that constitute a liberal and I borough education. The Collegiate Department embraces all the higher branches. Including Iho Latin and (ireek Languages, Engineering, Practi cal Hurveylng, Literature, Natural Science and ad vanced Mathematics. Vacations: July and August, and one week at Christmas. Terms: for Boarding. Furnished Konm, Wash ing. Tuition In Latin, tlreek, iingllsh Brunches and Mathematics, f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 24 October 1871

8 fflje dintto, New JJloomfttlJii )ct. Miscellaneous News Items. tSTTlio great llrca in tho West will probably Increase, tho prico of lumber. ' t3T"Tlie Huntingdon county fair real ized over $2,000. 1 ' . . WOno county in Tcnnesee , bi-onglit fortli 400,000 bushels of peanut h this HOa Smi. i EgTlie 'Washington Post-Ofllce lias al ready transmitted money orders to r11 parts of tlio world under tho new regulations. fif An Kastpoi t, Me., despatch reports the mackerel fishing a complete failure, the tishcrmau having given up fishing. t3f"8cvcral towns in tho lumber district of Green Hay have been bnrncd, and it is reported that over twclvo liundrcd persons have perished in the Humes. 13?" Mr. Aldcn Spooner, a farmer in ficthel, Vt., recently carried to Market a load of bops, for which ho received nearly $1,200. : ' 3?" Acting Governor llanton, of tho District of Columbia, has issued a procla mation convening tho Legislative Assembly to legalize a loan of $100,000 for tho relief of the...

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