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SEMIIEM, the pirate, is willing to renew
his allegience to the old slag providing
Seymour and Blair are elected, and the
programme of the latter carried out,
which is to drive all Republicans from
OF the eleven States which went into
rebellion, eight have been restored under
loyal governments, and are now fully
re presented in Congress.
THE Germania. a Democratic paper in
Ohio, has declared for Grant. It spurns
the idiotic doctrine, " Once a Democrat
always a Democrat," and says: "Our
principle is: Leave the party if you think
it is wrong, and go to the party which
aims at right: never pledge yourself to
any party, because it may fall."
THE work of Democracy—Three hun
dred and nineteen murders in Texas this
Year ; one hundred and fifty murders in
Y.ouisiana in two months ; fifty-five mur
ders in New York in six weeks : the nom
ination of Seymour and the Blairs last
month, and hundreds of murders in
various other parts of the country.
KEEP it before the people that the
Copperhead party commenced the rebel
lion, and is responsible for every drop of
blood shed in the war. Every soldier
who lost his limb owes his misfortune to
AN exchange says : " Blair's worst
enemy is the bottle." If this is true,
Frank is a Christian, for he loves his
A WESTEEN paper says : For the ef
fects of intemperance, read the proceed
ings of the Democratic meeting last night.
WHY is the White House like a plate
glass window ? Because there is no need
of opening it to hey-mour.
THE San Jose (Cal.) Patriot, a Demo
cratic, but a loyal and national journal,
is unable to go Seymour, and comes out
for Grant and Colfax.
A DEmocuAT down in Lehigh wanted
to commit suicide the other day, but,
upon reflection, he concluded first to re
pent and vote for Grant and Colfax.
EVERY unhung traitor, perjurer, as
sassin and school house burner down
South is a supporter of Seymour and the
GENERAL BOSECRANS is out openly
and boldly for Grant and Colfax.
TILE Huntingdon (Penna.) Globe, a
Democratic paper has quit advocating
the cause of the foul party, anti now sup
ports Grant and Colfax.
TIIE powerful speech of the Demo
cratic Senator Hendricks, of Indiana, at
New Albany, in that State, was followed
by a Republican gain of seven hun Bred
votes in the same town. Where's Blair ?
AN admirer of Frank Blair, out West,
recently killed a snake nine feet lone.
He put it into a large glass
,jar and tilled
it up with whiskey to preserve the snake,
and deeming it appropriate, presented it
We'll bet our old brass quarter that the
whiskey won't last two weeks.
PArruicic MeMELLoN - , Vice-President
use of the down town Seymour and Blair
Clubs of Philadelphia, was arrested on
Monday, and held in the sum of $l2OO
bail to answer a charge of assault and
battery upon his wife.
THE Loitcaster Intelligence,. gives an
account of a Democratic baby live mouths
old, weighing twenty-six pounds. That's
nothing extraordinary. They have a
Democratic baby down in Old Berks,
only four months old, weighing sixty-one
pounds, (live weight) and able to eat
a half peck of hard corn three times a
A Pooit fellow in one of the Jersey
hospitals imagines himself to be Andrew
Johnson. Of course, the fellow is Very
unhappy, and deserves the sympathy of
the Christian world.
IF a gallon of whiskey and Frank P.
Blair were left together for one hour,
which would be drunk first?
Teacher—What does A. .L stand for?
First Boy—A. Jackass.
Teacher—No ! nett?
Second Boy—Triumphantly—A. John-
First Boy—Well, that's the same thing.
A COPPERHEAD down in Old 'Jerks
spells Jerusalem with a little g.
A Missouri paper says the nomination
of Blair on the ticket with Seymour is
letting " the tail go with the hide."
Grant will tan the hide, tail and all, in
THE Republican who does not read
FATHER ABRAHAM' is decidedly behind
EVERYBODY reads FATHER ABRA
HAM—Parson Brow n low, Jr.
How to make a dunce of any man
compel Mini to make sense out of Sey
THE great secret of success is com
bined effort. Then at once organize the
forces of Grant and Colfax in every Nvard,
precinct, village and school district in the
EVERY boy in blue, who was maimed,
slaughtered or starved durin ,, the war,
was maimed, slaughtered or S'tart'ed by
those who support Seymour and Blair.
Tim Germans are gettinr their eyes
opened some in Lancaster, Pa. A few
days ago, a Teutonic worker in stone was
thus accosted by a former employer,
"Wcll,Mich, if you come up I will give
you work, as you are a good Seymour
'' V' Veil, veil, lam a Democrat, but
no Copperhead—l light under Grant, and
I vote for him. Go to with your Sey
mour." The employer sloped.
NEARLY all the Democratic candidates
for Congress in Indiana, have declined
the challenges of their Republican com
petitors to jointly canvass their respect
ive districts. They can't stand fair dis
cussion before the people.
THE CAMPAIGN-THE PEOPLE MOV
ING FOR GRANT AND COLFAX.- A
meeting of the friends of Grant and Col
fax will be held at the public house of
Benjamin Fritz, in Quarryville, to-mor
row evening, August 29th, for the pur
pose of organizing a Grant and Colfax
Club. Capt. J. P. Itea, of Lancaster,
lion. D. Steacy, James Collins mid
others will address the meeting.
At a meeting of the citizens of Upper
Leacoek township, held at Mechanics
burg, a short time since, for the purpose
of organizing a Grant and Colfax Club.
Isaac Bushong, Esq., Was elec'cd Chair
man, and 11. K. Swope, Secretary. Com
mittees on permanent organization, on
Constitution and By-Laws, &c., were ap
pointed, when the meeting adjourned to
reassemble on Wednesday, the 24th inst.
The Warwick township Grant and
Colfax Club will meet at Rothsville, on
Sept. 12th. Capt. E. 11. Rauch and other
speakers will address the meeting.—
The friends of Grant, Colfax and Liberty
are invited to attend.
On Saturday evening last a large and
enthusiastic meetings of the friends of
Grant and Colfax was held at Texas,
Fulton township. The meeting was pre
sided over by Mr. Henry Carter, and ad
dresses were delivered by M. M. Rutt,
Esq., and Capt. J. P. Rea. The meeting
closed with rousing cheers for Grant and
Colfax and the Republican State ticket.
A meeting will be held at the public
house of Isaac B. Miller, Landis Valley,
Manheim township, on to-morrow even
ing, for the purpose of organizing a Grant
and Colfax Club.
NEW ADVERTISEM ENT&
NOW READY THE
GRANT AND COLFAX BADGES
On Blue Satin—Motto and Portrait, Price. V.s.cts.
Grant Sleeve Buttons, tie ets. Keventy-Five differ
ent Style Badges. Medals from fi eras to 40. Any
of the above sent free by mail upon receipt of pries.
Agents wanted to attend meetings, supple clubs,
Address U. S. BADGE COMPANY,
au2l-4t. Hanover, Pa,
On SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER nth, IS6B, will
be told by public ermine in the Borough of Adams
town, the following property, late the estate of
Jacob Von Neida, deceased, to wi;
FIVE LOTS OF OROUND, situatt d in said
Borough, each being 33 feet front, and 330 feet
deep. The improvements on one of paid lots consist
ing of a ONE AND A HALF S T 'lty STONE
DWELLING HOUSE, with Basement, Summer
House. Stable and other buildings.
Sale to commence at G o'clock, I'. M., and terms
made known by DANIEL. S. VOX N El DA.
REPUBLICANS I READ THE
"P 0 P G N. '
Shot off Monthly—ouly Twetity-Fiv,. Cc4ts per
year. Specinteueopi(-6 Ceirto.
Addroo; • 6 TUE POPGUN,"
LANCASTER FILE AND
EDGE TOOL WORKS
llanufaetory of Files,, Itasi.l6 and Edge Toolv.
A C. FLINN'S
lIOISL FURNISIIING sTor&E,
I\ o. 11 North Queen Lancaster, Pa
lee Cream Freozors, Wator Coolors, Refriger
ators, Till and Coppor Ware, Wooden Wane,
Britiania Ware, Bird Caw s. St, p Ladderg, Brooms
and Brushes, Knivos and Forks, 'Tea and Table
Spoons. Mills, &,c., Coal Oil Chandeliers for
Halls, Lyceums, &c., Coal Oil Lamps, Brackets,
&c., Pumps, Hydraulic Rams, W s, &c.
A wry tine assortment of BOUSE FL RNISII_
UOODS, of all kinds, et
A. C. FLINN'S, House Furni.hiug Storc, No
11 North Queen St., Ltneastcr,
GRANT & COLFAX !
Beautiful Oil Portraits in richly hilt Oval
Frame of the Standard Bearers of the Republican
party are now offered to 1.1.1 e tikIRIS of our cause
The Agent will call personally for orders.
Prices low, and sure to suit purchasers.
SE WING MA CHINES.
DON'T READ THIS!
SiNGER'S SEWING -IA(_'III.NE
Proved itself without a rival in the late test trial
in this city with the Howe Machine.
We therefore present it to the consideration of an
intelligent yoblie as IXCOMPARABLY the
BEST SEWING MACHINE DI .771 E, WORLD
It is light running—almost noiseless—atal adapted
to a wider range of work than any other
While it is, :It the same time, very simple indeed.
A child can, with all case, learn to use it in a short
We can assure the public that they will look to
If in want of a
TO SEE, TEST AND TRY TUE SINGER,
Before dcentittg, to take it or ally (Oar Machine.
Panics often ruffle to town in s,•arch of a Machine,
and ths , ..n listen to the advice ot interested parties,
or those who hart but a limited knowledge ol? the
Machines iii question.
BETTER SEE TIIEM FOR YOURSELVES,
Anil then von will not 1, deck:iv, d.
W. W. BEA 11 S E ,
No. 3 EAST IItANGE STREET,
(Tv,u hours from North Quit u,)
B AIR & 6IIE K ,
NORTHEAST ANGLE OF CENTRE SQUARE,
L.I TER, PEN.V.I
FA_ T E_R A_ 13 A_ HAM.
FLAGS, FIREWORKS, &c.
FOR JULY POUR TL
We have now on hand and have made arrange
ments with manufacturers to furnish. at shurteut
notice and cheapeat ruts,
Of all sizes and qualicirs
SILK, tr...YTING, .11USLIN. &c
FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATIONS, EXHIBI
-7.10.N5, PROCESSIONS, eh
All orderti in person or umil will rueelyo prompt
D. S. & J. S. BURSK,
No. 13 EAST KING ST., LANCASTER
FOI THE NEWEST STYLES OF
COLLARS, C UFFS. SLEEVE BUTTONS,
WHITE AND FANCY KID GLOVES,
EMBROIDERED SHIRT FRONTS,
SUMMER UNDERSHIRTS AND DRA WEUR,
E. J. ERISMAN'S
GENTS FURNISHING &TORS,
41 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
M USICA L INSTIL UMENTS.
J . B. KEVINSKI,
PIANOS, ORGANS, MELODEONS,
And Musical Instruments Generally.
A large stock on hand, and constantly receiving
all the latest publications as soon as issued.
AN/1M swit Mai/free of Postage.
Sole agent for Steinway & Son's
Also, agent for Prince & Co.'s
ORGANS AN b MELODEONS,
No. 3, NORTII PRINCE Street,
H A TS AND CAPS
And manufactured to order, ;my style and quality.
. if . 'l' H
S. W. CORNER. CENTRE SQUARE AN L) WEST
F s .A.l TII,
m.iNUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
HATS AND CAPS.
All hinds of HATs wade to order en short notice
and at low prices.
SHULTZ & BRO.,
MA NUFM.43TRENS AND DEALERS Vi
HATS, CAPS, STRAW HATS, LADIES'
SHADE BATS, SHAKER HOODS, &U.,
Wholesale and Retail,
AUCHENBACH &, BROTHER,
No. 520 PENN STREET, READING, PA.,
REGALIAS, JEWELS AND OTHER LODGE
For Masons' Blue Lodges, Chapters and Councils;
Odd Fellows' Lodges and Encampments; Good
Templars, Temple of Honor and Sons of Temper
ance; American Mechanics, American Protestants,
Red Men, Hurugari, Good Fellows, Knights of
Pythias, Brotherhood of the Union. and for all fe
male lodges and associations, fitted out at the short
Also, Swords, Belts, Hats, Caps, and Regalia
Trimmings of all kinds constantly on hand.
Orders respectfully solicited, and goods forwarded
to all parts of the country.
ACC HEN BACH & BROTHER,
No 120 PENN Street, Reading, Pa.
A BR A3l SCHEE TZ ,
PLAIN AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
cult. NORTH QUEEN & ORANGE STREETS,
SIGNS, BANNERS, &.c
JO SEF!' 1311DIME11,
SIGN AND ORN.I.IIENT.tL PAINTER,
AND MANCPACTI'IngIi OF
L S S 'l' AI;I, E T s
/LINN E R .S .
rtAl : 1 : 1 1 1 t\ ''t : 1 :71
CON E( '7'! O.N'l'!tY.
JOSEPII 11.0 y ER,
Drat: Wl""ato and Conl'ectionor,
in Fruits Nut..., Toys, Ice Cream, Cakes,
wholesale anti retail.
No. 33 West King Strict, Lancaster, Pa.
P L A G*
Who!csalc arid Retell Grocers
HATS AND CAPS.
A FULL STOCK ON HAND,
11 , .;, WEST KING Stxcet,
DRY GOODS, tec.
CLOTHING & NOTIONS,
MA CIE TO ORDER
P:1 LVTI VG.
BOOKS & STATIONERY.
BAR R'S BOOK STORE
We invite the attention of School Directors aid
Teachers to our large stock of School Books and
extensive arrangements with the large Publishing
Houses of Philadelphia, New York and Boston.
We pay special attention to the interests ofDirect
ors and Teachers, and are prepared to supply
townships at even better rates than ever before.
Directors who contemplate changing Books, will
find it greatly to their advantage to rail upon us. as
oar arrangements with publishers enable us to fur
nish Books for introduction at the very lon est pub
lisher's rates. Our stock of School Stationery is
also very large and well selected, and our faciliti:s
for furnishing 6lu bet, Charts and Alaps Call not he
All the hew styles of American, French and
English Note and Letter Papers, with Envelopes to
match. All Paper and Envelopes purchwd from
us will be stamped with the initial of the purchaser,
filoe of charge, if desired. J. E. BARR,
au2l-tf w] No. Ta E. King et., Lancaster.
F BOOKS & STATIONERY. F
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
SCHOOL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOORS,
FAMILY AND POCKLT BIBLES,
A LARGELASSORTMENT OF T
BLANK BOOKS OF ALL SIZES,
BOOSJY'S CHEAP STANDARD C`SIG
Catalogue of the above furnished on application.
KURTZ AND 3dUNAGITAN'S CELE
TE GOLD PENS,
AMERICAN' AND FOREIGN VIEWS
Liberal deductions to Merchants.
OrdersGrespeetfully solicited andGproluirt
ly filled at
Cheap Cash Book Store, Q .
S No. 32 North Queou Street, Lancaster, Pa. ►J
JOHN BAER'S SONS,
No. 10 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
THE YOLKSIREUND AND BEOZLICHTER
A German Republican Newspaper
GERMAN AND ENGLISH ALMANACS,
TESTAMENTS, HYMN BOOKS, &a
SCHOOL BOOKS, BLANK BOOKS,
WRITING PAPERS, ZNVELOPES,
NEW AND CIIEAP BOOK STORE,
(Corner of Fulton Buildings,)
WEST KING STREET, LANCASTER
BIBLES, TESTAMENTS, SCHOOL BOOKS,
And a general variety of well selected Stationery,
Maps and Fancy Articles in the line of trade.
SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKS
Of all kinds. Special attention given.
Being Librarian of the Lancaster County Bible
Society, 1 will furnish Sunday Schools with Bibles
and Testaments at cost. Bibles for 50 cents ; Testa
ments for 10 cents.
A variety of new Sewing Machines for sale cheaper
than anywhere else. D. S. BARE.
BOOK ..1.) JOB PRINTING.
RAU CII & COCHRAN,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS.
PLAIN AND FANCY PRINTING
From the largest POSTER to the smallest CARD
or CIRCULAR executed in the best style and at
EP - Orders from a distance promptly attended to.
OFFICE—N. E. ANGLE CENTRE SQUARE.
OFFICE-EAST KING ST.,
OVER TUE FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
Z7' All Work Warranted. 'VI
W M. WHITESIDE,
Office and residence, East King Street, next door
to the Court House, over Fahuestock's Dry Goods
Store, Lancaster, Pa.
Teeth Extracted without pain, by the use of
(Nitrous Oxide) Gus.
ZAIIM & JACKSON,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
.11D SILVER-PLATED WARE,
SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS,
No. IS NORTH. QUEEN t:4TREET,
U7' Repairing attended to
H. Z. RIIOADS & BItO.,
WHOLESA LE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
IV A T 11 ES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY
No. 122 WELiT SING STREET,
(Noxt Door Bt.low Ci•opor's hotel,)
ALL NEW BOOKS
AS FAST AS
FROM THE PRESS
J. H. SHEAFFEIVS,
S 1 L V E 1:
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL R. It
Trains leave the Central Depot as fait/WS:
mAkcrwA nr, 1 wEscr 44'.11.11.
Phila. EXPreSS.4.I7 A. M.; Phila. Expree , s.l.4B A. M
Fast Line ...... (01 " I Enrg't Train...:Lo3 “
Lane. Tratn....0.0.5 `• Mail 11.15 "
Day Express...l,so I'. M. Fast Line 2.40 P. M
HarrisVg A c... 5.15 " Columbia Ae..2.45
Ciucin. Ea....U.4i " I llarrisb'g Ac... 5.55 "
Lane. Train ....7.20 "
Cincin. Ex.... 10.38 "
READING AND COLUMBIA R. R.
ON AND AFTER
MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1868,
PASSENGER TRAINS WILL RUN ON THIS
ROAD, AS FOLLOWS
Leay. Lang ast,r and Columbia at
Arrivo at Reading
7:00 A. M.
.6:13 P. M.
9:21 - 1 A. M.
Lancaster and Columbia at `‘'',ll P. M.
Leave La Ilrastrr and Columbia at
Arrive at Itea,hing
leave Reading at
An ive Latwast(.lat
•;:CK) A. M.
3:49 P. M,
Arrive et Lancaster find Columbia ut...10:25 A. M.
Columbia and Lancaster at._ WOO P. M.
Trains Nos. 2 and 4 make close eonnoction at
Reading with Traiiis North and South, on Philadel
hia ReloUng Railroad, an tl West WI LI•lia!MIll
altev Road. No 2 also makes close conwetion
with train for New York.
EXCURSItiN '1 ;'I'S issued to parties to all
Points on this Road, at Reduced Rates.
EXCURSIoN 'IIC KETS sold between all the
principal *talons on this road,—good fur Sunday
'Pickets can be obtained at the Offices of the New
Jersey coetral Rrailroad, foot of Liberty Street,
Kew Vold:, and Philadelphia and Heading Railroad,
13th and Ca:lowhill Streets, Philadelphia.
Through tickets VI I , :yw York and Philadelphia
sold at all the Principal Stations, and Baggage
Trains are run by Philadelphia Si. Reading Rail
road 'rime. a hich h: 10 tainutes faster than Penn
sytyamia U. it.
6E( t. F. OAGF., Supt
E. F. K (it.n. hi. and Tickt-t
ItEADING BAIL ROAD.
sUMAIE It ARRANGEMENT
11 A `i 60th,1568
GREAT TRuNK LINE FROM THE North
and North-West fur Philadelphia, New Yin k, Read
ing, Pottsville, Tamaqua, Ashland, Lebanon, Al
lentown, Easton, Ephrata, Liti 2, Lane:lst, r, Colum
bia, tic., &c.
Trains ',aye Harrisburg for New York, as fol
-1 ,ws : at 2.51. 5.25 and 8.10 A. M., 12.40 noon, and
2.05 and 9.35 P. M., connecting wish similar trains
on the Pt misylvanin Railroad. and arriving at New
York at 5.00. 10.00 and 11.50 A. M., am 2„00, 7,40 and
10.30 I'. M. Sleeping ears acconuanying the 2.5(1
A. M. and 9.35 P. M. train without change.
Li are Harrisburg Mr Reading, Pottsville, Tam a
qua, Minersville, Ashland, Pin, Grove, Allentown
and Philadelphia, at 8.10 A. 31., and 2.05 and 4.19
P. M.. stopping at Lebanon and Principal Way
Stationa ; the 4.10 P. M. making cimnections for
Philadelphia and Columbia only. For Pottsville.
Scluylkill Haven, and Auburn, via Schuylkill and
Swigrehanni Itail Road, nave Harrisburg at 3.55
P. M. Returning: leave New York at 9.00 A. M.,
12.00 noon. awl 5.00 and 5.00 P. M. Sleeping cars
accompany the 9.00 A. M. and 5.00 and 8.00 P.
trains, without change.
Way Passenger Trail , Lures Philadelphia at 730
A. M., returning from It tiling at 0.30 P. 3t., atop
ping at all Stations; Pottsville at 8.45 A. M. and
2.45 P. M.; Ashland 6.00 A. M. and 12.10 noon, and
2.00 P. M.; Tamaqua at 8.30 A. M., and 1.00 and
8.45 P. M.
Leave Pottsville for Harrisburg, via Schuylkill
and SuFguchanna Rail Road at 7.10 A. M. and P 2.00
Reading Acmntmodation Train : Leaves Iteading
at 7.30 A. M., returning from Philadelphia at 5.11,
Pottsfrwn Accommodation Train: Leaves Potts
town at 0.15 A. M.., returning leaves Philadelphia
at CU I'. M.
Columbia Lail It( ad Trains leave heading at 7.00
A. M. and V. 15 P. 11. fur Ephrata, Litia, Lancaster,
Perkiornen hail Boa! Trains lea re Perkionien
Junction at 9.00 A. Al_ and 5.55 P. M. Returning:
Leave Skippack at 0.45 A. M., and 1.15 P. M. con
necting with similar trains on Reading Rail 'Road.
On Sundays : Leave New York nt 8.00 P. M.,
Philadelphii 8.00 A. M. and '3.15 P. 51., the 8.00 A.
M. Train running only to Reading ; Pottsville 8.00
A. ]O.; Harrisburg .5.25 A. 14. and 4.10 alld 9.n3 P.
01., aml Redding at 1.10, 2.0.5 aad 7.10 A. itt. for
Ilarrisburg, and 7.00 A. M. and 11.40 P. M. for New
York sod 4.25 I'. M. for• Philadelphia.
Conunutation, Slileag•, Season, School and Ex
cursion Tickets, to and from all points, at reduced
Baggage checked through; 100 pounds allowed
4.1. A. NICOLLS, Gen. Supt
REALM:ff.; , PA., May , 1668.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
I;OOT ANI) SHOE STORE,
CENTRE SQUARE, LANcASTER, PA
NOW IS THE TIME Full, VICTOItYI
We have started the Campaign by laying in a fresh
BOOTS AND SHOES
25 Cases Ladies' Gaiters.
25 Cases Misses Gaiters.
25 Cases Children's Gaiters.
25 Cases Boys' Shoes.
25 Cases Men's Shoes.
25 Cases Men's and Boys' Booth
Give tts a call. We offer inducements never be
fore offered. Our work is of the best quality. Don'
forget the place, N. E. COIL. CENTRE WARE.
EIMER, BRENEMAN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
COA L ,
Of the best quality.
l'Aitu—COß. WATER ST. it PENNA. R. R
OFinem—No. 2 EAST ORANGE ST.,
COAL OF EVERY DESCRIMION,
SORTIE PRINCE STREET,
SEAR THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
..VS 1,717_,1 NC E.
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LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
ul.' PIIILIDELPII TA
Accum ATHD CAVITAL
Actor IA/B:WS to the Amount of $1,120,000
cif - Mtn:lt PERPETUAL.
ALL 81:1IPLUS DIVIDED AMONGST THE POLICY
THE ONLY TRULT MUTUAL Co MPA YIN TUE
c (TV WC STATE.
For further information apply to
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