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IANCASTiEltrDAlLY 1KCELII6ENCER. FRIDAY OCTOBER 22, 1880
act was perpetrated simply because some
little boys were hurrahing for Hancock.
After the parade there was a geed deal
of fighting at some of the saloons. At
Rethweiler's one of the officers was called
in te arrest a drunken member of one of
the clubs ; the arrest was resisted by some
of his comrades, and for a time it appealed
that a general row might occur, but the
affair was finally quieted down. At a
Middle street saloon a man was struck in
the face with a brickbat which cut a fear
ful gash. He was taken te a surgeon
and bis-weund dressed.
During the disturbance in East King
street near Middle. Henry Leenard who
was standing en the sidewalk in company
with his wifc was hit ever the head with
a torch, anil Andrew Greff a hater who
was quietly passing along the street w s
assaulted by men in the line, and severe
beaten. It'is said he was mistaken for a
man who had thrown a stone.
It is charged that Capt. McMellen rode
into the crowd and struck several persons
with a cowhide. On the ether hand it is
charged that the person struck attempted
te catch McMcllcu's horse by the bridle.
A boy named Keener was struck in the
eye with a whip by one of the mounted
men while passing through Centre Square
and his eye badly cut. Several ether per
sons who crowded tee closely te the horse
men were struck.
A rather attractive feature of the pa
rade, was the Watch Factory club, the mem
bers of which were lanterns of 'Ted. white
and blue" en the top of their caps.
Meeting In tlie Court Heuse.
The "business men" and ethers of the
taithful who did net leel like indulging in
the parade met in the court house where
they were addressed by H. Steckctt Math
ews. The court room was net full ami
there was but little enthusiasm en the part
of the audience. The windy orator spoke
for two hours, Hinging his expletives and
epithets against the Democratic party with
his usual vigor, but offering no better ex
planation of Garfield's proven perjury and
bribery, than that se geed a man as he
could "net have been guilty of se base a
uiii,;u,ii or god.
Eat IViiiipylvaulu MIdcrship Reunion,
Washing auU the Lord's Supper.
The reunion meeting of the t Iders ami
laymen of the East Pennsylvania eldership
took place in the Fourth street Iicthcl,
Harrisburg,ou Wednesday evening, and in
addition te the regular altcndcnce of the
eldership, theie was a very large presence
of the members et the church, as well as
many from ether Christian demonstrations
of the city.
Kev. Sigler announced the object of the
meeting te lie a reunion, a rejoicing ever
and prosperity of the church
of Ged at the end of its first half century ,
of exi.itanee. It was an occasion when
these who had borne the burdens and faeed
the embarrassment, of a labor such as are i
required in the Lord's viucyaid might well T
meet tngcthci for rejoicing ever the gath-1
ercd fruits of their labor ; te leek into each
ether's faces tenderly anil grasp hands de
votedly for a continuance of the work.
Addresses wrietiicn made by Elder W. '
L. .lenes and A. Swartz in support of tin-
observance of the eidinanee of feet wash
ing. It was argiicd that it was as incum
bent te fellow the Lord's injunction in '
tliis particular as it is te gather around the
Lord's table, break bread and drink wine
in commemoration of his broken body and '
spilled bleed. The Lord had commanded ,
all this te be ilone in remembrance f
The ceremony was then proceeded with,
the feet of the men being washed by men,
and these of the women by women. The
saints weie arranged en both sides el the
altar, and the ceremony was proceeded ,
with amid great, rejoicing, song and exul
tation. Titos? who did the washing were
girded with a large napkin, and carrying (
a large liasin passed irem saint te saint,
kneeling, washing their fcH, then clasp
ing hands and exchanging the holy kiss.
Elder Sigler dining the ceremony washed
the feet of a colored pastor, the act being
one of the most impressive of the evening.
At the conclusion of the feet washing,
Elder Sigler announced that the Lord'.
Supper would next be observed, and in
vited all Christians present te participate.
He said the tabic was an open one free te
all comers who weir- followers of the Lord
Elder Laverty led the ceremony of the
communion, briefly remarking upon its ini
pressiveness as a memorial of Christ's love
and as one of His last acts before the cruci
fixion. Prayer followed, when the com
municants came forward, the sisters en
one side of the altar and the brethren en
the ether. Elder Sigler served the elders
who served the bread and wine, and al
the conclusion of ssi'-h services, called one
of these at the table te dismiss the com
municants with an exhortation and the
usual blessing. These exhortations were
usually in reference te the ordinance con
nected with the occasion of the semi
centennial, many of the addresses being
touchingly beautiful. Each set of com
municants were served by different ciders.
Ft maybe mentioned in this connection
that the ceremony of the Lord's Supper,
as administered in the Church of Ged, in
the olden time, was by seating the com
municants at a long tabic, en both sides,
the bread and wine being shoved along
from one te the ether, by these who par
ticipated ; the elder in the meantime, at
the head of the table, calling te mind typi
cal bread and wine as the broken body and
spilled bleed of the Lord and Master.
During the ceremonies the regular choir
music was dispensed with, these in the
altar and among the eiders and congrega
tion singing such familiar hymns as the
inspiration of the moment suggested.
At the conclusion of the communion El
der Sigler made brief, reference te the ser
vice of the evening its reunion objects,
and the gathering of the saint:, with the
imprcscive religious character of all the
ceremonies, and then asked for the singing
of a hymn, after which prayer followed,
the benediction, and the congregation was
The eldership met in devotional exercise
yestcruay morning wticn t no usual praise
and prayer were had, the attendance
being of eldeis and laymen.
At nine o'clock the regular formal ses
sion of the eldership began, the first busi
ness in order being the election of a pre
Elder C. Price, of Shippcusburg, was
selected speaker for the ensuing year;
Elder F. L. Nicedcmus, of Ncwburg,
transcribing clerk ; Elder ... Ilafleigh, of
Harrisburg, financial clerk ; Elder Samuel
Knislcy, of Crrstewn, treasurer.
On motion of Elder Geerge Sigler. Rev.
T. II. Drake (Free Baptist), Hev. J. Har
per Black (Methodist), Hev. S. W. War
fel (Evangelical), Rev. J. X. Quiglcy (U.
B. in Christ) and Elder 11. F. Bolten
West Pennsylvania eldership) were re
ceived as advisory members.
A preamble- and resolution offered by
Elder Sigler, en the liquor traffic, elicited
an animated discussion, but were finally
adopted by a unanimous vote. Adjourned
till 1 o'clock p. in.
Opened with prayer at 1:30 p. iu.
Elder Scilhamcr presented the minutes
of the educational convention, which were
read, and, en motion, the report was re
ceived and referred te the general commit
tee. The treasurer's report was received and
Elder Sigler offered a resolution provid
ing for a committee en general subjects.
The report of the standing committee
was received, which shows the condition
of the churches and church property
throughout the eldership. Adopted.
A committee for the purpose of arrang-
ing for the occupancy of the pulpits of the
city en Sunday next was appointed. .
A committee for the reception of all bus
iness of the eldership was appointed.
On motion of Elder Ferney, a committee
was appointed te take into consideration
all unoccupied houses of worship in the
eldership. The committee consists of El
ders C. If. Ferney, C. Price and Geerge
OUK REGULAR CORRESPONDENCE
The Railroads Busy Yesterday A Hraae-
inan's Shocking Death Borough
Tite Pennsylvania railroad depot at this
place and the pavements encircling it, with
the vacant'spacc in front extending te the
railroad track, were all crowded from Fix
te seven o'clock last evening with political
organizations, bands of music, drum corps,
fire companies and citizens, all of whom
were awaiting the departure of trains for
their respective destinations, nau just ar
rived here from a distance, or were down
merely as disinterested spectators te leek
at what was going en. Every train due
licie after the departure of the Harrisburg
accommodation train east came in and left
late. The wesr bound Harrisburg train
did net come in until almost seven o'clock.
Directly after it left the depot the special
train for Yerk, with the Hancock and
English battalion of this place en beard,
steamed out. Then the Pert Deposit train,
which was detained by the lateness of the
Harrisburg accommodation train, cleared
awav. The special train put en te taise
the Republican battalion te Lancaster, was
filled in a jiffy, and it tee pulled out at
about Trie, thirty minutes late. The
Columbia accommodation train, due here
at eight o'clock, also came in late. The
Vigilant and Shawnee lire companies ar
rived here by sjiccial train at a little before
seven o'clock, having their engines with
them. The companies were formed in
front of the depot, and headed by their
band.;, marched te their engine houses.
Beth bands the Meuntvillc and Ireuvillc
were engaged for the Republican pro pre
cession at Lancaster, and they made
the best time possible te get, back te
the depot sufficiently early te take the
tram te tlie county scat. ijvcryinmg
about the depot during all the time .was in
the utmost confusion. Fifes and horns
were blowing, drums were beating, cym
bals were clashing, men were singing,
whistling and talking, and everything
went en geed humurcdiy. The scene was
one which we have never seen equalled
about here, and it. will probably be yet
many a day before we see such another.
Jacob Melui, a Pennsylvania railroad
freight brakeman, while standing en the
top of a ' refrigerator" car,
as ins train passed under tenors,
bridge, east of Meuntvillc, was stiuck en I
the head by the bridge and instantly kill- i
ed. Mehn leaves a wife and six children, I
who reside at this place. At a late hour j
this morning the coroner's jury had net I
returned a vcidief. Mehn was a earpen- i
ter by trade and an excellent workman. r
but business being 'lull he took te '
MissMazicE. Purple reiuueJ te her'
home last evening from a visit of a couple ,
of weeks te Oxford, Chester county, Pa.;
Tiie Intcr-Uccaii circus arrived this :
morning and gave a street parade.
Frederick ihicher has tern out. th; par-
tit ion dividing his store room and the mom
is new being fixed up.
The Hancock and English battalion of
this place took withittoYerk lar.t evening
from 2.10 te 800 fully-pqnpped men. The,
Hancock Junier Invincible,-; turned out j!3
men and Captain Shade's helmet company
if'.. The Citizens" band of (his place ac
cempanicd the battalion.
The members of both the Vigilant and
Shawnee lire eem panic1 report having had
an excellent time at llagerstewn, Md., j
during their short visit there. The com- 1
panics arrived in the town at 11 e clock
en Wednesday morning and left there at
2 o'clock vesterdav afternoon. The parade
. is described as being a very line one. The
engines of both the companies received
j much attention.
! Duck sheeting is just new the sport
; principally taken te by our amateur sportr spertr
I men. The fowl are net verv plenty, but
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tins makes but little diilercr.ee se long as
the gunners can get a shot or two. A few
of the winged water frequenters have been
brought in by successful shots.
The fair of the Frederick county. Md.,
agricultural society will cennnenee en
Tuesday next. Excursion ticket will he
sold irem Columbia.
The P. K. It. excursion tickets te Balti
more's scsqui-centennial will expire te-1
morrow, the2"di::M. i
Tim Field 'i rial.
The Pittsburgh Tdcjriiph of last e
ing has this te say of the field tiial
dogs which will come off
: " Pittsburgh's
nars will depart
in this county, next week ;
hunting dogs and their ew
in goodly numbers en ?
by the eight o'clock train
wnerc t lie 111st annual contest takes plaee
te decide the merits of the intelligent ani
mals. Lecal interest attaches te this
event by reason of the increased attention
given hereabouts by speilsmen (.0 the use
of costly imported setters and pointers.
The trial in question begins en Tuesday,
the 20th insr., in the hunting grounds near
Lancaster, The list of stakes and prizes
has already appeared in these columns.
Last week the Philadelphia firm of J. E.
Caldwell & Ce., donated for tiiis contest
a solid silver trophy valued at sjiiO te be
awarded the owner of the second best deg
of the contest. In this connection special
interest attaches te the association stakes,
for members only, handling their own
dogs. The prize in this instance is donated
by the Shite Field Tri.il association, and
consists of a piece of plate worth 8100."
Kulc of Itcal ;;-;t:!tp.
The executers of Henry Keen, si., late of
Eden township,dcceas.cd,peld at public sale
yesterday the following properties : Xe. 1,
the home pIacc,ceutaining 70 acres. teAdam
Keen for 120 per acre. Xe. 2, the farm
adjoining, containing 70 acres, te Adam
Keen for $121.2") per acre. Xe. ", farm
adjoining, with the lime quarries and kilns,
te Samuel ?J. Keen for 131.73 per act e.
Aise three small tracts of woodland,
amounting te about $1,000; the whole
amounting te $34,210. The sale of the re
maining two farms in Drnmarc township
will take place at Spring Greve hotel en
Last evening before the Ucpiiblic.xn pa
rade the Quarry villc baud honored the In In
TKMJfiizNerj: with a very fine serenade,
for which we tender thanks. Ve may be
permitted in this connection te compliment
the band net only en tlie rapid improve
ment its members are making in the
science of music, but also en the neatness
of their equipments and the brilliant polish
of their instruments. In this last respect
they compared most favorably with sev
eral ether bands in the precession, whose
instruments looked as though they hadn't
felt the purifying touch of pelifhing pow
der for an age.
Damaces for malpractice.
Mrs. Vfra. PIantz,residiug ncarBrickcrs
villc, has entered suit agaiust Dr. J. II.
Selling, for $3,003 damages sustained by
her through Dr. Seiling's malpractice. It
appsars that Mrs. Plantz was suffering
from dropsy, but Dr. Seiling insisted that
she was cneiente, induced her te procure a
nurse, and used upon her person his ac ac
eouching instruments, injuring her seriously.
Cel. l-erdney' Cement Orders Th Beats
of FMceKlea Etc.
y-ancaster. Pa., Oct. 22, 1880
On te-morrow evening the several Han
cock and English clubs of the city of Lan
caster will assemble at their reseective
headquarters at 7 o'clock te participate in
the torchlight parade te take place that
evening. The different clubs will be at
the places assigned them for formation at
7 o'clock. The parade will move at 8
e clock sharp.
The line will be formed in the following
Hancock and English Veteran Union.
Iren Workers' H. and E. club.
Citizens net equipped.
Xinth ward club.
Franklin and Marshall Democratic club.
Eighth ward club.
Seventh ward club.
Sixth want club.
Fifth ward club.
Fourth ward club.
Third ward club.
Second ward club.
First ward club.
The several clubs will asssemblc at tie
following places for formation.
Hancock Veterans en North Duke slreet
right resting en East King.
Iren Workers" II. and E. club en North
Duke street right resting en Veteran club.
Citizens en North Duke street right
resting en Iren Workers' II. and E. club.
Ninth ward club en East King street
(west of Duke) right resting en Duke
F. ic M. Democratic club en East King
street, right resting en Ninth ward club.
Eighth ward club en West King street,
right resting en F. & M. Democratic club.
Seventh ward club en East King street,
(east of Duke) right resting en Duke
Sixth ward club en East King street,
right resting en Seventh ward club.
Fifth ward club en North Queen street,
right resting en Centre square.
Fourth ward club en North Queen street
right resting en Fifth ward club.
Third ward club en North Lime street,
right resting en East King.
Second ward club en North Lime street,
right resting en Third ward club.
First ward club en West Orange street,
i ,;.,i,- ;,,, n Vmtl. n,.ni.
J tjie parade will move ever the following
Ferm en North Duke street, right rest
ing en East King, down Duke te Church,
te Seuth Queen, te linger, countermarch
te German, te Prince, te West King, te
Mary, countermarch te Prince, te Walnut,
countermarch te Chestnut, te North
Queen, te East King, te Marshall, ceun
Icrmarch te Centre Square and dismiss.
Ail citizens net equipped, intending te
take part in the parade, will assemble at
central headquarters, Centra square, at 7
o'clock te proceed te take their places in
the line. Tlie staff officers and aids
will report mounted te the colonel at
headnuartcrs, Centre square at G.V o'clock.
WM. J. FORDNEY,
Hksuy Wei.k, Adj.
The stair officers, aids and captains of
the several clubs will meet at the central
headquarters this (Friday) evening at 8
o'clock te receive final orders with regard
te te-morrow evening's parade.
WM. .1. FORDNEY,
llrsisv Ww.i-, Adj.
1 csterday's Races at the Park.
Yesterday afternoon the three races
which had been advertised for some time
came off at the park. The attendance
was very small and it was a great pity, as
the races were all geed.
The first race was for 2:50 class, and it
wan between the two horses, Ike Sckultz
and Mark Twain. Twain wen the race
taking both heats iu 'J:."i0. Beth of these
lieises were capable of making a great
deal better time, but owing te the small
crowd in attendance it was net thought
worth while te push the animals.
In the 2:20 race Onawah, Silver Tail and
Arthur started, Onawah wen taking three
heals in 2:511, 2:00 and 2:'.11L Arthur was
second. These horse could also have made
much better time.
The last event of the day was the at
tempt of the trotting hoi. se Jee Ripley te
beat the best time ever made en our track,
which was by Goldsmith Maid, who trot
ted a mile in 2:2(!L The horse beat that
time easily, making the mile in 2:26. Ow Ow
ingte the sulky's being damaged, the horse
had te be diiven the wrong way and he
probably lest slightly by that.
Company C's Flag.
The presentation of a Hag te Ce. G, Han-
cock Veterans, did
:iet take place at ox ex
as stated yesterday.
Constable llnbcr s,
but at the residence of David Bander, 4G7
?ianer street. Mrs. Baudcrand 3Irs. Bar
tholemew raised the money with which
the flag was purchased, and te them be
longs the principal credit of the presenta
tion. limv TliL'V 1'Ve! at Adrian, Midi.
i'ecd, Beach & Smith, druggists, of this city,
niiy that Iav'b Kidney I'.n is giving the very
best of sutisfuctien. One of their customers
says he would net take two hundred dellais
for one he has if lie could'net another.
Why Is It?
The reason why Cehen & Bre, et the l'lilla
delphia One Price Stere, 5 East King street,
don't advertise often is they don't have time.
Because people arc telling each ether that they
have se many bargains in the latest styles of
men's and boys' hats, cap, gloves, shirts,
underwear, knit jackets, &c, and that is why
they arc -c1IIng se many goods and kept
Having almost closed out our entire stock
of summer hoes and boeis, wc are new ready
te close out our heavy geed for winter. Re
member the entire stock et beets and shoes
must be .--old out hy January 1, 1S81. Fixtures
for sale and terc ter rent. Parler Shoe Stere,
Xe. 2J j East King idret't, opposite Lancaster
County national bank. ltd
Emaciation, dropsy, mental and
weakness arretted by Malt Bitters.
ill' old or yenns, or grave or j;ay,
These who new let their teeth decay,
Witli hrcatli we can't endure;
The thought their alter lite will haunt,
That they neglected SOZODONT,
That would have kept all pure.
Tlie tjuccii of medicinal soaps, the matchless
Cutieura. Saln, 18?., 4.10,000 cakes.
There will be a general parade el the Demo
cratic clubs of tlie city next Saturday evening.
Further arrangements will be announced
shortly by CoI.Ferdncy, Battalion Commander.
Will meet this evening ler tlie transaction et
important busines?. All Veterans who have
net as yet received their equipments will re
ceive tlie same at the Central headquarters
Attention, Iren Workers.
The Iran-Workers who intend participating
in the parade te-morrow evening will meet at
Kolu lug's hotel, corner of Plum and Chestnut
streets, ul 7 o'clock, sharp. The Qnarryvllle
band will head the delegation.
A meeting el First ward club will be held ut
Henry Xcamcr's saloon, en Saturday evening
at 7 o'clock sharp, for the purpose of distrih
nting the balance of uniforms and turning out
iu general parade.
Every member of the Second Ward will
assemble at their headquarters, Ransing's
saloon, Chestnut street, opposite P. R R. depot,
te-morrow evening, at 7 o'clock sharp, te take
part in the torchlight precession. Turn out.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO.
Call attention te the completeness and variety of their
stock, including every article of every description in their line,
from the low-priced te the costly. All grades of 'Watches and
Time-keepers. All classes of Jewelry, including very many
pretty designs in cheap goods, and a superb collection of fine
Diamond. Goods. Silverware in full variety, from any geed
Electro-plated article te the Solid Silver Goods of great intrin
sic worth. Oil Paintings, Musical Bexes, Bronzes, &c., &c.
All purchasers of goods in our line, aU persons contemplat
ing the purchase of such goods, all admirers of beautiful goods,
are respectfully invited te visit our store.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers.
The Third ward Hancock and English club
will meet at Central headquarters en Friday
evening at 7 o'clock, te make final arrange
ments for participation in the grand Demo
cratic torchlight precession Saturday night.
All members te whom equipments have been
issued arc requested te be present, in order
that prevision maybe made te have every uni
form in line. Voters without equipments are
also cordially invited te turn out.
Tlie Fourth ward club will meet en tomor
row '(Saturday) evening at 7 o'clock, sharp,
ter parade with uniforms mid white gloves.
All Democrats in the ward net uniformed are
Tlie Fifth ward Hancock and English club
will meet at their headquarters te-morrow
evening at 7 o'clock, sharp, for the purpose of
receiving a flag irem the ladies of the ward,
prier te Joining in the parade.
Attention, Ainericus Club!
Special meeting of the Sixth ward Americas
club this evening at 7 o.cleck at tlie Schiller
house. It is desired that there be u full at
tendance as the club will take action about
participation in the parade te-morrow even
ing. Seventh Ward.
The members et the seventh Ward Hancock
and English club will meet for parade at head
quarters (Kuhlmau's saloon), at 7 o'clock
sharp, te-morrow owning. Every member is
desired te be present and bring his equip
ments. Attention, Eighth Ward ltatlalien.
The Eight Ward Uuttalien will form en High
street right resting en Filbert alley. Each
company will assemble at their respective
headquarters and march te the alyivc place.
The regular stated meeting of tlie Ninth
Ward Hancock and English club will be held
at their club room ever Arneld Haas's saloon,
North Queen street, en Friday evening, at 7
o'clock. Every member is desired te lie pres
ent, as arrangements for the parade en Satur
day evening will be made.
Sick headaches lncesunlly distract many.
Let such use "Sellers- Liver Pills." 25 cents
Ladies' IVIne Spees's I'ert.
Pure four years' old will net Intoxicate
but possessing nil the valuable medicinam
properties of the Oporto grape, from which it
made. Used in hospitals and by first class
physicians as tlie best known wine ler medical
purposes. It is a tonic and astringent. It is
net mixed with alcohol or ether liquors, but a
mild, rich and pleasant tonic, Improving the
appetite and promoting digestion ; as a durctic
it acts beneficially en the kidneys and cerrcs-
I pending organs ; as a suderiile, it acts upon
tlie skin, destroying eruptions and producing
a soft, healthy and blooming complexion.
Therefore, it is extensively and beneficially
used by ladies, ami is in general fondly use us
a sure remedy ler dysentery, and for all
nervous, weak and debilitated persona. Sold
by druggists and by A. Specr, at Iih own vin
yards, New Jersey. Advertiser.
This wine is endorsed by I)rn. Alice and
Davis, and sold by II. E. Slaymakcr.
A Wise Deacon.
' Deucen Wilder, I want you te tell me hew
yen kept yourself and family se well the past
season, when all the rest of us have been sick
se lnueh, and have had the doctors running te
i ns se long."
"Bre. Tayler, the answer is .very easy. I
used Hep Bitters in time and kept 1113 family
well and saved large doctor bills. Three dol
lars' worth et it kept ns all well and able te
work all the time, nnd I will warrant it has
cost yen anil most of the neighbors one te two
hundred dollars apiece te keep sick tlie same
time. I guess you'll take my medicine licrc
alter." See ether column. el5-2wd&w
Beils, pimples en the face, salt rheum, old
sores, and all cutaneeus eruptions disappear
like magic when " Dr. Lindsey's Bleed Search
er" is used.
Frank Xissley. On the 21st et October,
1880, by the Kev. V. T. Gerhard, at Ins resi
lience, Xe. 31 Eitst Orange street, Ames II.
Frank, of Manhclm township, te Hiss Annie
S. Xissley, of Kaphe. ltd&w
Martin Mautis. On the 21st of October, by
the Bev. W. T. Ucrhanl, at hU residence, as
sisted by his son, Bcv. I. W. Gerhard, Samuel
II. Martin te Miss Man' II. Martin, both et
East Earl. ' itd.tw
UK AT US.
Rumen. In this city, en the 21st Inst.. Isaac
11. Rntter, seu of Isaac and Serena Butter,
nged 12 years, 1 month and IK days.
The relatives and friends of the family arc
respectfully Invited te attend the funeral,
from his father's residence, Xe. 130 East Vine
street, en Saturday nfternoen, at 3 o'clock In
terment at Lancaster cemetery.
I hud u little Isaac,
He was the darling et my heart ;
Hew I loved him, the Lord thong I; I It l.e-,1
And took him home te rest. It
Sam In tills city, October 20, 1880, Hannah
B., daughter of Jacob and Ann Sapp, in the
21st year of her age.
The relatives and lrieuds.ef the family arc
respectfully invited te attend the funeral,
from her parents' residence, corner of Cones Cenes
toga and Beaver streets, en Sunday afternoon,
at 2 o'clock. Sen-ices at St. Paul's M. E.
church. Interment at Lancaster cemetery.
Ezra D. Parker,
OP MIFFLTNTOWN, PA.
Hen. E. K. Apgar,
OP NSW YORK,
Chas. A. Lagen,
ill speak in the COURT HOUSE in this City
On FRIDAY ETENING, OCT. 22.
IM.1U 9ALC t- at V L.K.S.
On MONDAY. OCTOBER 25. will be sold
uttneaiemmae, xertli rrtnee street, a) head
et first-class Yeung KENTUCKY MULES. A
credit of ft) days. Fer particulars see M.R.
uwer. saie ai i e cieck
JOSEPn A. WOODBURX.
XfALUABLK REAL ESTATE AT PUBLIC
SALE. .Pursuant te the direction of the
last will and testament of Frederick W. Coon Ceon Coen
ley, deceased, the undersigned executer will
expose te public sale, en SATURDAY EVEN
ING, NOVEMBER, 13, lS30,at the Grape Hetel,
Xertli Queen street, in the city of Lancaster,
the following described real estate of the tes
tator, in the Xinth ward of the city:
Xe. 1. The Mansion Prenertv at the X. K.
corner of James and Cluirlettc street, with
ground attached, fronting 52 feet I inch en
James street, and extending northward along
the east side of Charlette street 212 feet te a II
teet wide alley, witli a commodious two-story
BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, 2 feet 7 inches
by 27 feet inches, nnd two-story Stable thereon
erected. Seven building lets eastward et the
Mansion Property; each fronting 2G feet, and
one let of 27 feet front en the nertli side of
James street, and a depth et 212 feet te a 14-tcet
Ninevuilding lets 011 the castsidcef Cliur Cliur
lette street between the stated 11 feet wide
alley and Frederick street, eacli witha front or
widtli of 25 feet, 10 inches, en Charlette street,
and a depth of 2U3 feet tn n parallel public 14
feet alley en the cast. 'On tlie plan et lets us
marked, 12 and IS, Is a small neat brick dwell
Three building lotsadjeiningand northward
of Frederick street, en the east stile or Char Char
eotte street, each with a front or 2(5 feet, 4
inches, and depth et2ikl feet, te a 14 feet wide
A piece of ground having an area of 130
square perches, adjoining ami northward or
the lets last described, fronting lni feet en the
east side or Charlette street, and extending
eastward te the Pennsylvania railroad en
which it bounds about 187 feet.
A piece of ground containing EU square
perches, with a frontage; en the east side of
Cliariette street et 108 rect and bounded by the
Pennsylvania Railroad for Lis feet and the
Lancaster and Harrisburg Turnpike read ler
20 feet, having thereon erected it substantial
Biick Tobacco Warehouse, 121 feet long by IS
feet wide, and a convenient siding for the me
el the premises, connecting tlie main track of
the Pennsylvania Railroad.
A Iotet ground en the west side et Chariet's
street, at the corner et Coonley and Frederick
streets. et u width et .T9 feet 4 inches, and In
depth 2:y rect te a 20 feet wide alley.
A let of ground, en the northwest corner of
Charlette and Frederick streets, with a width
or271eetenthe west side et" Charlette street,
and a depth along Frederick street or 2:18 feet
te a 20-feet wide alley.
Ten adjoining lets northward of the one last
described, en the west side et Charlette street,
each with a widtli of 2fi feet and a depth of 23-
lett te a 20-feet wide alley.
A lotet ground, en the cast side of Mary
street at the corner of Coonley and Frederick
streets, of a width of :!9 feet, 4 inches, anil
depth of SiSiecttea20-fcetwIdealley.
A let of ground at the northeast corner el
Frederick and Mary streets, with 11 width of 27
feet en Mary streetand a depth along Freder
ick street et 253 feet te u 20-feet wide alley.
Ten adjoining lets northward of the last de
scribed let, en the cast sideerMarystreet.each
with a width of 2C feet and a depth of 233 feet te
a 20-fect wide alley.
Apiece of ground bounded by Charlette and
Mary streets and tlie Lancaster and Harris
burgTurnpike read, containing y. Acres and
22 Perches, witha Onc-sterv Brick Dwelling
Heuse thereon erected, with a trentage 011
Charlette street uf 217 feet, en Mary street CI3';
feet anil en the Turnpike read C54 feet.
And en the south side of James street, cast
of Cluirlettc street, three separate properties,
all having a depth of Gi feet y. Inches te the
line of property of Jehn Fex, Vicceased, viz.:
Heuse no. 350, having a front et IU fect.l
lucncs. is a two-story Brick Dwelling with
Brick Back Building.
iiousc.ne. :11s, Having a iron t el 21 leet4i
inches, is a two-story Brick Dwelling with
Brick Back Building.
Heuse Xe. 340, having a trout of 20 feet, is a
two-story Brick Dwelling witli Brick Back
Between the houses 350 and 318 there is a
common alley 2 feet, 9 inches wide, leading
southward Hern James street for a distance or
21 lect, and en the cast boundary of Xe. 310
isacommen allcyt feet 'wide Icadingseuthward
te line of property or Jehn Fex, deceased, ac
cording te tlie title papers.
All these properties are situated lu an im
proving portion or the city and worthy the
c insideratlen et purchasers.
The 45 building lets are or suitable dimen
sions and of cligildc location as regards grade
A plot of the premises can be seen by these
disposed te purchase and all needful informa
tion obtained upon application te tlie under
signed. Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. 111., when
conditions will be made known.
u CHAS. M. HOWELL,
'it Executer of F. W. Coonley, deceased.
til NOVEMBER 17. the tv.osteiv Brick
Heuse, with kitchen attached, Xe. 1 13 East
vincstrcct, let extends te Church street. Ajv
pics, i-eauiicn, aim urapn me en jet, waicr
1..-., , .iie, nun ,.,i.i; ijiii; u Jul, ,tH-
:. Inquire at Xe. 12; Charlette street. Lull
stcr. Pa. oet7-ced&novl7
tsc. inquire m .n. r." charlotte street, l.un
A Farm, one mile from the city e'r Lancas
ter, en the Petersburg turnpike, containing
about one hundred nnd five acres : thirty ncres
of which Is new in fall crops; privilege te put
out two acres in tobicce. Enquire ut Ne. 33
Xertli Duke street or en the premises.
oct7-10tdced MRS. JOHX McGRA-XX.
KPHAN'S CnVIlT SAKE.
On THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 18. I860, of
a valuable Chester ceun,tv farm or 240 ACRES
Convenient te railroads, Geed buildings. Sale
positive. Fer particulars address.
S. E. XIVIN,
Administrator c. 1. 11.
ect20-lind Landcnbcrg, Ph.
? OR KENT.
? STORE ROOM 18X40 feet, witli ncw
platc glass lrent, high celling, located en tlie
main business street and next deer te tlie pest
efticc. Columbia, Lancaster county. Pu. ; has
been occupied as a book store for tlie last
sixteen years, and Is one of the best stands in
the county for that business. It is a fine open
ing ler any one who understands the book and
stationery business. Possession given immc-
ect20-lwd Columbia, Pa.
On TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2rt, 1SS0, will be
sold at Hie Keystone hetel.NOrth Queen street,
a valuable let or ground situated en the west
side ofXerth (Juceu street, fronting en Xertli
Queen street 10 rect, 7 inches, nnd in depth 2D
lcet, te 14 feet wide public allev. en which is
erected a two-story BRICK DWELLING, con
taining parlor, back room, five bed rooms and
Sonic te cemmence nt 7 o'clock p. m., when
conditions will be made known bv
H. Shcbebt, Auct. ectir-lltd
On MONDAY, OCT. 23. 1SS0, will be sold
at the Cooper Heuse, West King street tin:
following valuable real estate :
Xe. 1, A two-story BRICK DWELLING, sit
uated en the seutli side of West Orange street,
Xe. lit, containing hall and seven rooms, gas
in the house and hydrant in the vard, house
fronts en Orange street IS feet 9 inches, mere
or less, let extending in depth 75 feet 5 inches,
mere or less, te u a feet 7 inch wide common
alley, with sewerage. This property lias Just
been newly fitted up.
Ne. 2. A two-story BRICK DWELLING and
two-story Brick Back Building, situated en
the cast side of Nertli Mary street. Xe. 27,
house 18 by 23 feet, lwcl? building 12 feci 4
indies in width, and in depth IS feet, contain
ing hall and seven rooms gas in the house and
hydrant in the yard; also a side yard 27 feet
front anil in depth 102 feet, mere cr less, a
frontage of 45 lcet, including the house ; n let
or choice fruit trees and the best of grapes ;
stabling en the rear of let, 20x13 feet.
Xe.3, Fenr Building Lets 22 by 215 feet, situ
ated en the north side of Sew street, between
Lime and Shippcn streets.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. m.. of snid
day. when conditions will be made known by
II SutrnEiir.uct eJ-tsd
WANTED.-.EVKRYBODV TO ADVEB
tlse, free of charge, in the Ictblligss
csr, who wants something te de.
FRIDAY EVENING, OCT. 22, 1880.
"Washington, D. C, Oct. 22. Fer the
Middle Atlantic states, cloudy and threat
ening weather, with light rains, northeast
te northwest winds, lower barometer and
stationary or lower temperature.
BV WIRE AND CABLE.
News of the Atteraoen Condensed.
The rain caused a postponement of the
Pimlico races te-day.
Agent Berry's conduct in surrendering
a white man named Jacksen, who had
killed an Indian in Colerado, te the en
raged friends of the victim, is severely
censured and Berry will be held te ac
count. Whites and Utes engaged in a fight near
the reservation line in Colerado, several
days age, arid two of the latter wcre killed
and several wounded.
Three emigrants were found frozen te
death near Springfield, Minn., yesterday.
The w. u. s. V., which has been in
session at Harrisburg, adjourned at neon,
te-day, afterclccting delegates te the na
tional temperance convention.
Tn Lerede, Texas, Jese Rcuzi, convicted
of rape en a six-year-old girl, was sentenc
ed te death.
ENGLISH SPOUTING MATTERS.
Kess te Rew in the Regatta.
Londen, Oct. 22. The Sportsman this
morning says : "The oarsman, Wallace
Ress, of St. Jehn, N. R., telegraphed us
that he is in the best of health and that
he will arrive in Londen en Friday (to
day). A r.eted Kuca Herse te lie Sold.
Mr. C. Bremer's three-year-old bay colt
Rebert the Devil will be offered for sale
at New Market, en Wednesday next. A
large reserve will be placed en him.
THE EUROPEAN MlhSIXn.
Fears of Anether Disaster en Lake Michi
gan. Chiwce, Oct. 22. The propeller Euro
pean, with a crew of twenty-five, the usual
complement of officers, and a number of
passengers, has been overdue since last
Friday, and much alarm is felt for her
safety. It is feared that a quantity of
books and shoes found en the eastern
sherc.may be part of the European's cargo.
She had a schooner in tow. which is, of
course, also missing.
Meney ter the Russian Sqtindren.
Londen, Oct. 22 A despatch from Cas
tcl Ke'.ou te the Daily Telegraph says the
Russian corvette Zcmceng has leturned
with money for the Russian squadron ar.d
subsidies for Montenegro. The rcpeit is
net credited here.
Deadly Assault en an Acter.
New Yerk, Oct. 22. Harry Brune, the
well known variety actor, at one o'clock
this morning was stabbed, and prob
ably fatally injured, iu Chatham
square, by a Bowery rough named
Jehn (tillcn alias Montague who claims
te be a printer by trade. The assault was
entirely unprovoked, Mr. Brune being en
his way home from a performance at
Harry Miner's theatre where lie in new
Paris, Oct. 22. Several severe shocks
of earthquake were felt at Dijon and that
neighborhood, en Wednesday.
ji a incurs.
PaiLAiiKLraiA, October 22. Fleur sluggish
and weaker; superfine i'MH)i:iM; extra4 00
4 M ; Ohie und Indiana family SOgtt 00 ;
Pciin'a family dejC 1235 50 : St. Leuis lamily
at ; 00iC 50; Minnesota family S5 25iG CO;
Sir.!ghr $!;(; 75; patent and high grades $4175
Rvc tieur at $5 50.
Wheal dull and weak ; Ne. 2 Western
Retl l 12K ; IVnu'ii. Red $1 121 12jC ; Amber
$1 12 1 1.
Cern quiet and steady; yellow at ZiiiXi! ;
Oats dull; Ner 1. White 49224lc: Ne. 2 de
4040Jc ; Ne. :i de .":)53'.c ; Ne. a, Mixed &ft
icye Arm at IMe.
Previsions steady, witli jobbing trade only ;
mess perk and 'beet hams tU'4sl 50 ; Indian
m.'ss beet at $18 50; smoked hams iliilia;
rtiekled hums 8Jf?.0c; bacon smoked shoul
ders flfic ; salt de 5c.
Lard quiet ; city kettle at 'J QSJc: lomi lemi
butcher' 8Vc: prime steam Sc.
Butter choice linn and fairly active;
ether grades market dull : Creamery
extirt."lt32e: geed te choice 2Sg:t0c; Bradterd
county anil New Yerk extra. i;&2!)e ; Western
reserve extra 20 22c ; de geed te choice in20c ;
Rolls firm: Western Reserve extra 2!f22e;
Pcnn'a Fxtra 2221c.
Eggs scarce anil linn; i'euii'a Extrude;
Western Extra 32c.
Cheese dull,nside from choice : New Yerk full
cream l;'.J.Jlc; Western full cream; 12
lSJJc : de lair to&eod Htf91-c: dehiilikiiiis
Petroleum dull ; refined 12c.
Whisky active at $1 12.
Seeds Geed te prime clever dull :il$:;"j
750; Timethy nominal al 2 702i: Flaxseci
wanted, $i :t- me.
new Yerk AIwrKet.
Nbw Ve'tK, Oct.22. Fleur State and West
ern dull and prices In buyers' favor;
Superfine, at $3 S04 25; extra de at
$12504 50; clieicf, de, $4 554 75: fancy de.
l buiiCOO: round hoop Ohie f 4 75Q5 0O: choice
de $5 10Q); 00 ; super line western t8Q&)l 25;
common te geed extra de 14 25 1 00 ; choice
de de $1 WQ6 .V) ; choice white wheat de 4 K5
1S5; Southern quiet nnd heavy; com
mon te fair extra. 5 00Q5 55 ; geed te choke
de 5 GO 7 On.
Wheat 'XQIMc lower und moderately active;
Xe. 1 While, Dm., SI 15 ; Xe. 2 Red, Oct..
SI 15i : de Nev., 1 15Jil 15JiC ; de Dec, $1 1G
Cern a shade easier and dull; Mixed ; west
ern spot, S5g55c;de future, 55t5c.
Oats unchanged ; Ne. 2 Oct. and Nev. 3!)c ;
dolec.:;5t"; State 3945c ; Western.
New Yerk Stocks.
Stocks irtrenj; and higher.
A. X. A. M. V. Jt.
10:45 1:00 2:15
AlOIlUj . m4v
Erlcll. R 43 43 43
Michigan S.& L.S....114'f 114 113;;
Michigan Cent. It. R..105Ji 105 1M&
Chicago & X. W llb? H6J 11
Chicago, M St. P... 1033 103J4 103
V. M. 1 Jt
Han. ft sr.. i. coin 41 4ij 4i;
Teledo & Wabash.... 40'
Ohie ft Mississippi.... 35
St. Leuis, I. M.&S.R.. 51
Ontario and Western. 24
C. C. ft I. C R. R 19
New Jersey Central.. .v,ya
Del. ft Hudsen Canal. KV'i
Del., mck. ft Western OIJi
Western Union Tel.. .102 101 101
Pacific Mall S.S. Ce.. V 41 44
Manhattan Elevated. 38 33 37
Unlcn Pacific 92 92 91
Kansas ft Texas 37J :.7J4 37
New Yerk Central 135
Adams Express 117
Illinois Central 113
Cleveland & Pitts 124
Chicago ft Reck 1 122
Pittsburgh ft Ft. W 122
American U. Tel. Ce ,.
Stocks steady. , .
Pennsylvania R, R.... 5K ray. say. .... 55
PhiPa. ft Reading..... 18" 13 lfZ .... 19
Lehigh Valley W. SOM 53 .... 53
Lehigh Navigation... :vy3 34j2 34 .... 3i
Northern 1'aclllc Cem .... 29 29J- .... 23
I'M . 53 .... 53 .... 53
Pitts.,Titusv'cftB.... ie 1 10 .... 16
Northern Central 37 37
Phll'a&ErieR. R.... li; 17 16
Un.lLR's efX. J 1S2 1S2
Hcstenvlllc Pass 19J4 10
Central Trans. Ce.
ASTXICH BRWS ADrjLBTISJSXENT.
I" ANCASTER BAZAAR.
A BRIEF MENTION
13 EAST KING STREET,
DURING TIIE COMING
OUR STOCK COMPRISES TIIE MOST
TISTIC COLLECTION OF
We eifcr tlie choicest line of
i-verexhibitcdn thueilv. Eijirantiv u
PATTERN HATS AND BONNETS,
at most reasonable prices.
DERRYS. DERBYS. DERRYS.
Black Felt Dcrbys f.2e.
Seft Felt Dcrbys 75c.
Miscs' Dcrbvs, bound and trimmed with
Satin, nt 7,v.
Our $1 Derby, en Fine Felt, trimmed with
Heavy Satin Ribbon and bound with Geed
Black Sat in, is t he cheapest and most prefl table
Hat ever bought.
THE CIGARETTE II AT, 75c.
A full line of
LADIES' SHAPE HATS AND BONNETS,
In Straw, Fine Felt and Beaver.
Large. Finc.Sert Beaver Hats i'allcolers,$2.t!4.
OSTRICH AND FANCY FEATHERS
in all shaiits, and In the most artistic designs.
FEATHER RANDS nnd ethers.
et superior quality. Plain ami Fancy,
in all shades.
Ku-t Quality Satin and Gres Grain Blbbens
Ne. . Ne. 12, Ne. lit
19c. 2Ie. 211c.
All Silk Gres Grain Ribbons.
Ne. I, Xe.5, Ne. 7, Ne. 9, Ne. 12,
Zc. fie. 7c. 9c. 12c. a yd.
DRESS AND CLOAK TRIMMINGS.
We otter the handsomest line of
BLACK SILK FRINGES
at our well-known low prices.
Silk and Bead Fringe from 25c. upward
5'vinch Bead and Chenille Frimre Ulc
Heavy Chenille Fringeat 75c
."inch Chenille and Grass Fringe, with Fancy
Most elegant Chcnilleand Jet Fringes at$l a yd.
Fine Chenille and Bead Fringes at $1.10,
$1.29, $1.25 per yard.
A 'cry rich Grass Fringe, witli deep Fancy
Heading. $1.40 per yard.
- Colored Silk Fringes at 2c. per yard.
One :et Beaded lassaiiieiiteric-i,2 Inches wide,
75c. a yard.
One let, 2 inch width. In niett elaborate
patterns, at $1 per yard.
The most exquisite design in Pa-samcnteries
.Inst opened, an elegant assortment of
BLACK and COLORED GIRDLES,
BEA DED and CROCHET BALLS,
Tri uiuiing Tassels 5c. apiece
Elegant Cords nnd Spikes nt $1.25
Silk Girdles 75c, $1, $1.25. $1.50 and upward.
Single Hungarian Spilces. Headed,
::, 4. . and c inches,
at 12c, l'Jc., 33c, Site, apiece.
Heavy Silk Cord 20e. per yard
Hcuvv Silk Cord, Beadeil 25c. per yard
Rich Colored Silk Girdles $1.25
Tassel Ornaments in Elegant Patterns.
BLACK TRIMMING LACES.
lu French, Spanish, Chant illy and Guipure.
Geed Black Trimming Silk at 75c. per yd
Heavy Black Silk . $l.)peryd
20 inch Extra Heavy Black Silk $1.25 per yd
Lyens Colored Satins, Latest siuidcs.ttic. per yd
Extra Quality i,yens Black Satin. ..75c. per yd
Lyens Black Dress satin. siicrier quality,
$1 per yard, worth $1.25.
Finn Black Satins $1.20, $1.10, $1.U
Excclllciit quality Black Velveteen at
50c. n yard, worth 75c.
Brocaded Velveteen, in all Celers ,.
Colored Velveteens, silk llnislied Ote
All Silk Black Velvet $I.M) per yard
Fine Black Silk Velvet $1.25 per yard
Extra Heavy Crepe il.Ouuyard
English Crepe, 5-4 $!." :iyurd
English Crepe, fi-4 $2.U) a yai d
Best English Veil Crepe, extra heavy... $1 a yd
OUR NEW KID GLOVE,
"The ALEXANDRE M EDAILLE IVOR,
Is positively equal te the best Gleve In the
market. Every pair warranted te givu perlecl
satisfaction Each pair is caietully selected
and examined before it is ettered for sale.
Any lady w Isliing te buy a pair will de well te
call en us, as our assortment is the most com
plete ever shown in tills city. All sizes from
5 te 7, in Black and White. All new rail
shades in 'Browns ami Drabs. A llneit,sort llneit,sert
ment et" Opera Celers and White, all of the
SNetethi; price of this most excellent Kid
G'eve: n , ,
a buttons OnlyOic.
buttons Only I.t.
2 button stitched back Gent ' Kid Gleve, of
superior quality (every pair war
ranted), $1.25 per pair.
One let of 3 button Kid Gloves, which we
have previously sold ter lirtc., lu Celers and
OperaH, te be closed out for 7fc.
A new lotet r.butten Kid Gloves, lu OPERA
SHADES ONLY, of excellent quality, at le.
Anether lotet 8 button Lid (Steves, of liner
quality, at $1.09 n pair.
IX LISLE THREAD AND BERLIN
we are prepared new te show yen any style et
GtOAc suitable ter fall wear.
A New Let of Berlin Gloves.
I, 2, 3 elastics.
13c, 15c, l'Jc. a pair.
The best Gleve formal ketingpnrpiises.
A real Li-le Gleve for dress wear, in line
shades et Slate, regular made, 2 lull elastics, at
25c. a pair.
The very tlnewtTreiich Pearl LI-lc,2c!astics,
3lc. a pair.
Dark colored, line Merine, slecking top
Gleve, at 29c.
Finer quality, fancy top, 31c.
Heavy all-wool Cashmere Gleve, fine-d qiiul
Itv, ribbed top, 5.1c.
Child's Merine Gloves in all sixes.
The best nnd most comlertable Gleve you
can buy a Gleve that keeps warm and suits te
be worn as u flue dress Gleve in dark drabs,
brown, cardinal, navy and light blue, matoen ,
sc., from 20c. a pair up.
Infants Milts, In white ami colored, iu large
variety, irem lien pair up.
Child's Worsted Leggins from 50c a pair up.
Leggin Drawers, ler Babies, in while and
cardinal, $1 a pair.
Ladles' Worsted Leggins, 58c, fic., 7"c, ac
cording te size.
Babies' Saxony Knit Shirts.
Without sleeves 41c.
With sleeves C2c.
The best and warmest.
Childs Merine Undershirts and Drawers, in
all sizes and qualites.
LADIES AND GENTS MERINO UNDER
Yeu can buy cheaper and better at our store
than any where else in this city.
Ladies' Merine Vests, regular made, cutrs,
Ladies line Merine Vests anil Drawers, 4c.
Extra heavy, silk stitched, 75c.
Fine French' Cashmere. S1.C0.
Gent's geed Merine Shirts and Dr.iw.Ts, 50c.
Gent's Flannel Shirts and Drawers, tvein $1,
Gent's Cleth Shuts.
JOUR ASSOETMENT OF HOSIERY,
is tee well known, and it would All columns te
try and mention thediflerent styles and prices
that we are able te show In that department.
One single call will convince you that there U
nothing missing from the cheapest te the best,
from the smallest te the largest.
We invite everybody te visit our store with
out buying, se as te give you an idea et the
style et goods wc keep and their prices.
A full assortment of
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
nt low prices.
Most extraordinary bargains In Gent's Cot Cet Cot
eon Socks. Full regular made Socks, lie. a
pair. One let of red British Socks, full regu
ular mode, 19c. English Merine Socks, 23c.
Balbrlggans, full regular ;made. 95c. and a
great many ether bargains which are worth
13 BAST KING ST,
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