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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 24 October 1884

m - i i iil7l P ARKPLYTOCRITTEXDEX TieTrslh RcpardlaR flllssowi Base Enderlrocratic Hale Fl- The Confederate Theft Of the School Fnnd How the Ifrpnblieans in Four Years Paid 23000 000 of Debt and edthu Public School DeSoto Mo Oct 18 Ex Gov Thomas C Fletcher spoke here to jiight to a large audience After con trasting Blaine and Cleveland as the extremes of efficiency and incapability he sain DEMOCRACY MEANS CONFEDERACY And now of what are Qeveland jmd Hendricks the representatives of that portion of our people who Heretofore residing in a purely agricultural region grew up in the conviction that there was an antagonism of interests be tween themselves and the commercial and manufacturing people of the North They raise cotton and nothing else They had the markets of the world in which to sell it They manufactured nothing whatever They bougU every thing and they wanted the markets of the world in which to buy They were free traders The party which Cleve land and Hendricks represent is ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 31 October 1884

I - WEEKLlf RAPHIO J rAi J m tm I M 150 Per Annum QTTI2TCY 0ASD5 The following Is a list of First class Quln cjr Dullness Houses and representative men Wc would call the attention of those of our patrons who deal In Quincy especially coun try merchants to this list Especial care was taken to bare first class responsible men on tbcilst 0 WILLIAMSON BRASS FOUNDER Model Makes ami Machine Retaiue Third and Main Streets QUINCY ILUNOI5 All work Evannteed saUsfactory or no pay Cash paid for old copper brass sine and lead Jk C NICHOLS LAW AND REAL ESTATE SOS Mala Street QUINCY s MITH HILLf CO Mmnfiicturen ol Oftice IIODn 8 to 10 a Offlce SI I Main street Buys and f els Mmmlulnn Krt 35 ILLINOIS IRON HOUSE FRONTS hi All Kinds or Gray Iron Castors Quincy Illinois Corner Fifth and Ohio streets T H MICHELMANN Manufacturer of all kinds ot STEAM BOILERS Coal Oil Lard and Water Tanks Coolers Kettles Etc AUoallklndsoflron Work Smote Stacks and Britchlom SdI attention clrcn to all kinds of rcpalrlb O...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 31 October 1884

i m n I M M If WEEKLY GRAPHIC KiRKSVlLLKMISSOURI T E SUBLETTE Pollster and PrejrWr W M GILL Editor FRIDAY OCTOBER 31st 1884- rUTIiSAL REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR PRESIDENT JAMES G BLAINE OF MAINE FOR VICE PRESIDENT GEN JOHN A LOGAN OF ILLINOIS ATI B6CRB0 TICKET For Governor NICHOLAS FORD of St Joseph For Lieut Governor H M STARKLOFF of St Louis For Treasurer J C THOMPSON of Sedalia For Auditor JACOB SANDS of Kirksville For Secretary of State PAUL J DICKSON of Chfllicothe For Register of Lands GEORGE BOND of Genevieve Co For Railroad Commissioner JOHN BATES of Lamar For Attorney General DAVID MURPHY of St Louis For Judge of Supreme Court DAVID WAGNER of Lewis County For Congress ABRAHAM L GRAY of Putnam co REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET Representative F M HARRINGTON Sheriff J H KINNEAR Collector MFSTROCK Attorney A D RISDON Treasurer M J ROSS Assessor H C SOHN Surveyor STEPHEN HALL For Public Administrator JAMES WAITE Coroner JOHN WADDILL Judge ist Dist J H NOVINGER Judge 2nd Dist G R HUSTON EDI...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 31 October 1884

K M af WiJlrv llrisiWSffWMilllBWIWWWHffB Ftf J JEI JT fli AV J U 9i THEIR SECOND INVOICE OF Fall Winter Goods We have now by all odds the largest and most desirable stock of goods in fle county and cordially mvite our customers and all who need anything in 0ar line to call and take a look CLOAKS CLOAKS Ladies and Misses sizes Biggest stock and finest assortment in the city md every garment at very lowest prices of any market We will save you a little money over any concern in the county Be sure to see them before purchasing Great Inducements in Exclusive winter goods Ladies and childrens iosiayi noods and mits Gems hosiery childrens sacques gents scarfs I lidics and gents wool underwear mens and boys winter caps Everything jj special uargaui yiues Great special offers in wool flannels in cauton flannels in repellants in Stings in cloakings we are offering the greatest bargains No other House spring such low prices on these goods Gents for warranted custom made boots N Y Store is the...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 31 October 1884

41 ifil If J ja l lip - SeragglM Views t GRirnic Correspond i ec It has been our privilege since the opening of this political campaign to listen to some of the eminent political teachers of Democratic tendencies To a man of our limited understand ing it is amusing to see how those in tellectual jiants will strain at a pat and swallow a camel The first lesson taught by them is that the republicans are all thieves and the democrats are all honest and vir tuous This logic is good to catch young voters with but it wont do to catch old birds with for you cant catch old birds with chaff They fail to tell what party bankrupt ed the government about 30 years ago who stole all the money from the treasury who stole all tne arms who stole all the navy and who even tried to steal a part of these United- States -to build thereon a southern aristocracy with slavery for its corner stone But hold on now mister you are waving the bloody shirt and stirring up old issues and you must not do this fori...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 7 November 1884

Fk 1t J35 7 I 150 Per Annum QTHNCY OASDS The followlni Is a list of FireKlass Quln r Baiiccf s Houjci and representative men c would call the attention of those of our able J natron -who deal In Qolncr eapeclall v couB try merchant to this list Especial care was taken to haTe first class responsible men on ttc list T C WILLIAMSON BRASS FOUNDER Model Makeb axd Machine Refaiskr QUIKCY Tlilrd sJMaInStCU ILUNOIf All work ccirinttfd Uirctorj ornopaj Cub pild for old copper bnss ilocujj lead iS 0 NICHOLS LAW AND REAL ESTATE SOS Mala Street QUINCY - - - ILLINOIS gMITfrHILLCO Slumfactorert ot IRON HOUSE FRONTS ni All Kinds of Gray Iron Castings Qttincy Illinois Corner Firth and Ohio itreets T H MICHELilANN Hansfaetorer of all kinds ot STEAM BOILER Coal Oil Lard and Water Tanks Coolers Kettles Etc Alo all kinds of Iron Work 8moke Stacks and Brttcnlnm Special attention glrcn to all kinds of repairing Orders br mall or telegraph promptlr attended to Second bandBoller always on band O orner Spr...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 7 November 1884

i riffl tf h m s jr t t a - TV IV after ffflB v - - fi 3K WEEKLY GBAPHIC KiRK8VlLLEMI880URI T E SWLETTE Prtllstor ti Proprktor W M GILL Editor Today November 7th XDITOBIALtfOTXS Ford gets there in old Adair to the tunc of 700 majority Old Adair Isnt ready to join the Bourbons yet awhile The readers of the Graphic will be served with the very best literary and home reading hereafter with very little politics till the next campaign Wc elected the whole county ticket anyhow It will take the official count in New York to determine the result Vest may get back to the Sen ate but we gave him a good scare at all events AU honor to the gallant Irish man Hon Nicholas Ford for his noble canvass and splendid race We will make it next time Even the democrats will not feel jubilant over the election of Mar maduke Anti Bourbomsm is a growing power in the state of Missouri The Prohibitionists have thrown cold water on the result in New York How do those temperance men who worked against J H Nov in...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 7 November 1884

i John Hannah says he is getting hard up and wants money Those knowing themselves to be indebted to him will do well to call and settle their bills at once BecUol Snvder still have on hand Peninsular Gold Medal and Superior stoves Fire backs guaranteed to last fifteen years Try Smith Bay lor for W ire and Pick et Fencing e John Hannah will sell flour as cheap as anybody who sells good flour John Hannan will sell IXL St Charles flour as cheap as any man who will sell good flour Pare and Rice Maynards candies are attracting a great deal 01 attention not only for the handsome manner in which they are made but from the fact that they are absolutely pure He is now manufac turing regularly and in large quanti ties both stick and fancy and supply ing the trade as well as his own cus tomers Partis purchasing confectioner-should insist on having May nards We have a nice lot of mack erel and white fisli -which we will sell at net cot to save carrying over Call early while they last Halladay B...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 7 November 1884

a EH A4 im i r4rfje fc it JINS RIFE M M DAVIS IN THE CURRENT I I never saw his face nor hers But 1 sometimes saw his hands long and Una and white with that palor pecu liar to plants growo in the dark and a human being shut out from the light and air It was midsummer and the broad street that ran down into the open plaza around which Comanche is built was white with dust and already re flected back the hot glow of a scorch ing sun although it was yet early when I drcw back the curtain tha draped my little window and looked out on the morning after mjr arrival The heavy shadows of an immense live oak cooled all the front of the low irregularly built log house into which I had come as a summer guest but the big square county jail nearly op posite stood naked and bare to the light absorbing the heat into its solid white stone walls and casting it out again in quivering rays that thrilled all the breathless air Everything was so still just at that moment she herself was so motion less st...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 14 November 1884

I VJ I K - ii - u r LAW AND HEAL ESTATE COS Mala Street QUINCYMp - - -- - i - j - l JrM XTtrtaej A n tfThWl WJ - Z jr f - - i - 3- - a -in IV 5 - - - - rU i - -- - - - vV 150 Per QTOTOY CAfiDS The followli g la a list of P lrt clas Qoln cr Builncas nouses and rpK9UtlT0 men We would cll tho attention Ot those of our pitrond irho deal In QalnqrMpecUllr coua try merchants to this lUC Especial care was taken to hare flrst claas responsible men on the list f L 0 WILLIAMSON - BRASS FOUNDER Model Maker and Machixe Repaikee Tlitnl andMsloStrecU QUIKCY - - - ILUNOJF All irork KHinntecd utltfactory or no pr Cuh paid for old copper brau zlncanl lead H C NICHOLS ILLINOIS CMITH HILL CO Mansfacturcrs ot IRON HOUSE FRONTS ii All Kinds of Gray Iron Castiiu s Quincy Illinois Corner fifth and Olilo itreeti t h michelmann Jlannfactnrerofallklnoiot STEAM BOILER Coal Oil Lard and Water Tanks Coolers Kettles Etc AIn 11 kinds oflrnn Work Smote Stick ind Brltchloo 8ji cll altcntlun given to all kinds of re...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 14 November 1884

P I I II to J iV m - mj ti ij ft M mjagegsw S33 ftU TVTEEKLY GKAPHTC KiRKSVl L LEMISSOURI T L SWLETTE PiMlskr ut Proprietor W M GILL Editor FRIDAY NOVEMBER 14th 1884 EDITORIAL NOTES At such a time asthc country has just pissed through the good citi zen and true patriot will refrain from the use of incendiary or aggravating language Such expressions as arc reported as coming from some of the speakers Saturday night to say the least arc unwise and imprudent We all know that the men who in dulge in such language if the test came would not be the first to shoulder a muslcet by any means but in all probability would skulk ofTappalled at the result of their own intemperate ad vice Let us have no more of it This is not Mexico or Central America We areglad that as a rule re publicans have kept quiet and refrain ed from incendiary words threats and violent language on the result of the election Theie is a lecal way of ascertaining who is justly entitled to a majority of presidential electors...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 14 November 1884

Jt IC I fe - it 5 t 1 I J I i U v it ip SI tI - K I sK s t55c - V f v tJa r Xtt3 ttJZ Mall Arr - - - - - 615 p m Express Hep 64oy m DesMolncsLxp i9lni Krlht Arr 130 p m QM4P BIT EAST MaUand Fiyretsarrlvts 830am fleparts gioam Freight orries 3 15 pm departs - ftip m WEST 9 Mall and Express arrives C10pH departs - -655 pm Freight arrives - ioop m departs - - 135 pm TTiOK ltKNT A good house forreLt In the south A wesipair Ol lowu juiquire ai me jiuuacry btoi e west side square CE LEECH SALE PEACH T1SEES at 10 cts each by 37IOK undersigned four miles west of Klrksvllle alt Vast S COOKSOX D C Pierce wants customers Cut this slip out take it to him and get groceries cheaper than anywhere else in North Missouri John Hannah says he is getting hard up and wants money Those knowing themselves to be indebted to him will do well to call and settle their bills at once Becktol Snyder still havb on hand Peninsular Gold Medal and Superior stoves Fire backs guaranteed to last fifteen years Try Smith...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 14 November 1884

S lf K M f I i l ft RnS Vi - i ULytk -is i i i re s 5 ff - - 41 rt ri 1 b 5 f hlter Fifty Years OU GuiDERtAND Station N Y Nov Fifty years ago the Jupp family famous Hudson Valley butter makers ofthrt day occupied the farm now belonging to Charles McChesney near this station Mrs Jupps butter yras always packed in peculiarly shaped earthen crocks and commanded a hioheroricein the Albany and other markets Before sendinc a crock of butter to market it wis her custom to lower it into a well on the premises which was noted for is very cool water Mrs Jupp would leave the butter hang isg in the water for several hours anil when taken out it would be as hard and coldas ice One day in 1834 she was lowering a crock of butter into the well when the rope broke and the crock leU to the bottom No effort was ever made to recover it For the first time in its history this well be came almost dryduring the recent long drought in this vicinity A few davs aito Farmer McChesney was cleaning the well out ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 21 November 1884

Ifl - - - 11 lfuJcf un i rJW i hill ttl Uif Irti vJ iJtM MioiBIM itii - o mm rA x m fe wi 1 - A u vm JW m mnw k m m y y x m3lM m mojimiuthimiG b iah tumteoT m m IPr mm ll 4 Bm m a I nB r m mjEihMf Men irfgi tu llfc rt t 1 - t MtIS Mul tt jr 150 P Aanma kirksville Missouri Friday November sut issl h rt M QITIHOY OAflDB Jt The followli p U lltl of Flrt ln J Hfe rr Bulncs Hoiincs nil rfpref enUUre men BVMJROY We would cll the attention of thote of onr pUroni del In QalncycpecU11r coun Uj mercbtnU to tills lilt Eupceul ero u taken to bare llrstlaM roponitblc men on tte lift WILLIAMSON BRASS FOUNDER Model Maker akd Maciiike Ketaieer Tlilrt and Main Btrreti QUINCY - ILLINOIf AH work raaraotred allifnorr ornrt pay Cub paid for old copper brax tine and lead TT C NICHOLS I AW AND REAL ESTATE M8 Main Street QUIKOYi1 AM SMITH A able mi M AlWtJ J ILLINOIS CMITH HILL CO Muufcturcn of IRON HOUSE FRONTS ii All Kinds of Gray Iron Castims Quincy Illinois Corner Firth and Ohio streets J MICHEL1IANN M...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 21 November 1884

ll K Si I it 1 v I i if K 1 1 1 1 I ti 1 jj ji WEEKLY GRAPHIC kiuk8villbmi88ourl T E SUBLETTE Fillister tii Fmrtttf W M GILL Editor FRIDAY NOVEMBER 21st 1884 EDITORIAL irons Well we have a change Maine carried Ohio by 31820 Cholera is still raging in Paris Republicans abide the result cheerfully It seems a little odd but we can stand it The cabinet builders are al ready busy We are glad the suspense is end ed The republicans only asked a fair count The first snow of the season fell on Monday night Nov 17 Clevelands majority in Missis sippi was- 33001 The democratic majority in Arkansas was 22000 Eighty buildings were destroyed by fire at Brunswick Ga on Sunday last The great cattle men of the west and southwest have been holding a convention at St Louis this week The Globe Democrat turns from the the discussion of politics to the beauties of Indian summer When St John gets the balance of his 35000 he can begin to specu late in Wall street Conkling having gratified his personal malic...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 21 November 1884

e h - i i i i t i i i I - if - WEEKLY GBAPB 10 KIKKSVILLE MISSOURI T E SUBLETTE PHIsktr i Pntfitw W M GILL Editor FRIDAY NOVEMBER 31st 1884- KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Mill Kxitrets War Krelchl Rxpress Dtp Des Molne Exp rrlttit ait 001X0 SOUTH QOlKUHORTlt 8 si m l ss i m ioopin Up ni lai a m aw pm QvAr mvi CAST Hall and Fxnuarrlrta - - - 43 am freight arrives - - lSOp m WBST Mall and Express arrives - 705 pm sleight arrives sap m For hale A hig erode Bull Calf 8 months old Inquire at this ofhee m Fer Rest Dwelling house ot three rooms kitchen furnished living well and cistern at the door Apply at this office S0T1CE SUIionthecoraerronthweitofthe Brick SUbll and devote all my attention to midwifery and at reniale disease CATHERINE C DAVIS Fresh Oysters Fresh Oysters served in everj style at Uncle Charlie Allgaiers Kirks ville Kitchen Give him a call and be made happy Stair work such as Ballusters Hail ing Newell posts etc on hand or made to order promptly at the Variety Wood Works John...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 21 November 1884

K II r 1 p t w Eh J PUMBJUWI P MH KqiHHHMMHlHHHHlH H Si3B8aili gfei I lJ 1 1 v The Telegraph CiHcye Frad Our reporter at Ann Arbor Mich deaouBces the Telegraph College of that place as a fraud and asks the -Plowman to expose its nefarious prac rices It is claimed that the proprie tors oTthis school entice young men by guarantee of a situation after grad uation This guarantee as a matter of course they are unable to make good hence the very just indignation ol its graduatei This is not the only school ot the kind against which such charges are made and for the benefit of young men and the protec tion of their hard earned money we propose to handle this subject without 1 gloves We must not be -stood at the cutset however All schools teaching telegraphy are not frauds but any school that guarantees asituation of any kind or by cunning- ly worded phrases gives the public to understand that it enjoys special facili ties Tor getting young men lucrative positions is a humbug of the blackes...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 28 November 1884

I I Lsi 150 Per Annum S QUI2TOY CASDS -- The follow It g Is list of Flm clase Quln r Ilu lnees Huuc and representative men We would call the attention of those of our nitrons who deal la Qulncycspevlally coun try mcrcliants to Uls lUt Epeclal care was taken to have tlrst class rvspouslble mcnontclil V C WILLIAMSON BRASS FOUNDER Model Maker axd MAcnrxE REPAtnEi Third and Mla fctreets - - - ILLINOIS QUINCY All work guaranteed saUsraetory or no pay Cash f t4 lor old copper brats tine atxl lead TTC NICHOLS I AW AND REAL ESTATE i4quincy CMITH M8 Main Street 11ILL CO - ILLINOIS Mnufoctiircrt ol IRON HOUSE FRONTS 1 1 1 All Kinds or Gray Iron CAstinus Quincy Illinois Corner Firth and Ohio streets T II MICHELMANX - Manufacturer of all kinds ot STEAM BOILER Coal Oil Lard and Water TanVs Coolers Kettles Etc Alio all kindsoflron Work Smote blacks and Erttchlngs bjecal attention given lo all kinds of repair Order by mill r telegraph promptly alt uded to secoud lialtdUollcr always on liand 0apriW...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 28 November 1884

ipr3 t WEEKLY GRAPHIC KiRlvSVlUEMISSOlRr T E SU3LETTE Piibllslier and Proprietor W M GILL Editor FRIDAY NOVEMBER 28th 1884 -EDITORIAL NOTES A whole township in Pennsyl vania is overrun with a new species of rat On Sunday the Grand Opera House in Stftoustook fire just alter the afternoon rchersal Early- Sunday morning there was quite a severe earthquake shock in New Jersey It was also felt in Boston and vicinity The Belcher sugar refinery of St Louis has shut down A number of manufacturing firms have closed their doors lor the pres ent Ths Blaine and Logan Club of Lexington Ills recently resolved to makeits organizatian permanent and to open the campaign for iSSS and to prosecute it vigorously The Country Merchant is the name of a new paper just started at Browning Mo by E J Graves It is a neat five column quarto and is unique in its contents and make up We hope Mr Graves may find his new field 1 profitable one There are strikes and threats of strikes and everyday the closing down of...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 28 November 1884

I- f t TVTEEKLY GRAPH IC KlKKSVILLE MIS80URI 1 1 SUBLETTE Pnr an Prafrtetor W M GILL Editor -FRIDAY NOVEMBER aSth 1884- I KIRKSYILLf R R TIME TABLE Halt rjprv -T Krcltit txpresa PD 1 Molnc Exp rr lttit Arr OOIXO KOCTH 0010 SOUTH q iiir mv EAST jfaUand FJirmarrlvia arrltes - - WEST jtall Mid Eipresi lITlVCl arrives iUos New cranberries at Willard Bros Flour from 100 to -10 per sack at J S Baker Co All other groceries proportionately low Give them a call All kind of feed on hand and delivered to any part of the city J S Pool is agent for the Travelefs Accdent Inuranc Co of Hartford and seUstckets from one day up for a small amount Parlies going off on railroads should always stop and get an accident ticket or policy that will pay their family o000 in case of death or 25 per week in cae you get hurt Call on Pool ana get particu lars New goods at McCnsiNEr t Eicheleeegeks W G Fout has received an immense stock of Holiday goods and will soon have them ou display look out for his ad next ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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