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. II MAT JWRM.G, OCT. 10, ',$71.
"EPUCLtCAN STATE TICKET.
FOR AUDITOR GEXU.TIAI-,
!" .VII) STANTON, of Beaver Co.
FOIl BPRVKYOR GENERAL,
POFE'.T B. DEATH, of Schuylkill.
PUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET.
T. D. COLLINS, of Hickory Tr.
T. P. COBB, of Tioncsla Borough.
-To-niiy is the election. Pec to it
'hot you do not put o(T the very im
'vir!nnt item of voting the straight
Repuulicau ticket. The Democracy
if our connty hare worked hard all
' 'hrough the campaign, mid we have
not the least doubt that every moth
er's son of them will he nt the polls.
Wo have the niajor'tU-, but wchavo not
enough to get careless about it, nnd if
do not make a business f turning
out prompt, wo nre liable nt any time
to fall behind far enough to mako a
material difference in the election.
Turn out, every one. Be at the polls
early, nnd vote the straight Republi
can ticket, and you will have a good
conscience, nnd the election of souud
officers, State and County w ill be your
Terrible Fire in Chicago !
We learn from our exchanges of
yesterday, that the most terrible fire
ever seen, has been devasting Chicago.
Twenty blocks of buildings wore burn
ed on Sunday evening last, and the
(ire was still raging fiercely at 2:10
Monday morning. Thousands of peo
ple are houseless, and several have
perished in the flames. The fire was
next building to the gns house when
the last dispatch was w ritten, also just
ncross the street from tho telegraph
office. Many millions of dollars in
property have been destroyed, and the
firetuea eeem helpless to stay the fury of
tho flames. Steamers and companies
from other cities wcro sent for, which
we Euppose will call out all who are
within reach of Chicago to help con
quer the flames. Should we have fur
ther news before w e go to press we will
Kcmi-.t initial Convention,
I. O. of G. T.
Northwestern District of Pennsylva
nia. Oil City, Pa., Sept 26, '71.
The Eighth Regular Session of this
body will convene, pursuant to ad
journment, in Tidioute, at 10 o'clock,
A. M. Tuesday, October Seventeenth
1871, and continue in session two days.
It is greatly desired that all officers
nnd delegates be in prompt attendance
at tho opening of tho Convention.
Each Lodge is entitled to two dele
gates at large, and one additional for
every twenty-five members, and frac
tion in exocsa, in good standing.
None but degree members are quali
fied to sit in the Convention. New
Lodges may send representatives, not
Degree Members, in which case the
Convention will confer the degrees up
on all such delegates who brintr a cer
tificate that the fees and dues for the
Degrees have been paid to the Lodge
to which they belonc.
The Northwestern District embraces
tie counties of Erie, Crawford, Venan
go, Warren, Forest, Mercer, Cameron,
Lik and McKean. Attention is call
cd to the fact that several of these
counties have never been represented
ia iuc meetings ot tins body. It is
earnestly honed that every Lodue. so
far as possible, in tho eutira District
wiil bo represented in the coming Co
Important qestions, affecting the
vital interests of the temperance cause,
will conio before the Convention, and
it is desired and expected that the
meeting will bo oao the largest and
most in teresting of any one ever held
in tho State.
Blank forms will accompany this
circular, to each Lodge by which to
make out the report to the Convention.
Orders for excursion tickets over the
Philadelphia A Erie railroad are cu-
loned to a number of Lodges. Where
moro are needed, or where Lodges
hove not received Orders for excursion
tickets over this road, and desire them,
application should be at once mule to
tho Secretary, A. M. Martiu, C'oi ry,
Pa., who will forward them. Escur
(ion tickets cannot be procured with
out the presentation of an order to the
ticket agent. The portions to whom
1 lie orders for VPHriiioil t tlr..ta n r.i cs... i
will keep a list of the names of th:
'uhnni thy are jgivpii. and J
also of tho numbers, and forward the j
samo to tho Secretary, together-with
any orders not used.
Application has also been made to
other railrtrad 'companies for estur
sion tickets. Didegsies should nslt nt
the ticket office for "excursion tiekols."
The officers of the Convention unite
in asking that immediately on the re
ception of this cull each Lodge appoint
a Committee to wait upon the ministers
in its locnlity, wflh the request that
they deliver a Temperance Sermon,
either iucf'rning or evening, on Sunday,
October 15th. The present frightful
increase "of Intemperance throuhont
our land, and the terrible consequences
that are follow ing in the wrecks of the
body nnd souls of mi n, admonish us
to bring every possible agency to bear
in staying the curse. Let us make a
united appeal to the ministers of the
Gospel for co-operation, that through
out the entire District, on the day des
ignated, tho pulpits may bring homo
to the hearts of tho people the magni
tude of the evil against which we are
contending, and the grandncss of the
cause in which wo nre working.
J. M. SnAnp, w. c. T.
A. M. Martin-, w. p.
We clip the following items from
the Raftsman's Journal:
During last week's session of Court,
Judge Maver read some heavy senten
ces to justly deserving criminals. He
doesn't spare the "poortellows" much.
Barber, the horse thief, got seven years
in the Western Penitentiary; DeWitt
for highway robbery, got rive years;
Waple.lbr obstructing railroad, seven
The members of Clearfield Lodge,
No. 107, 1. O. O. F., together with in.
vited giusis, will celebrate the 25th
anniversary of the organization of this
IiOdge, on Friday. October 13th, 1871,
by a public procession in full Regalia,
a dinner, and other appropriate exer
cises, to close with a Free Lecture, in
the Lourt House, in the evening by
Past Grand Sire J. B. Nicholson. The
public are cordially invited to attend.
The following items aro from the
Titusville IJcrald, of yesterday:
For wavs tli.it are dark nnd tricks
that are vain, commend us to a Demo-
crat. We have reference to tho "inno-
ceut trick perpetrated upon tho
Greenville Argus last week, during
the temporary absence of its editor, in
the surreptitious substitution of the
name ot mo .Democratic nominee for
treasurer of Mercer county in this place
of tho Republican nominee, which the
above naner has l.ml a.4 it.s m.ii.:l.on,l
all summer. The wholo edition was
worked off and mailed before the trick
Mr. R. C. Scott. r,f Tidiont.-.. met.
with a severe accident last Thursdnv
by being thrown from his buggy whilst
returning from Fagundus, resulting in
breaking hi.-! leg.
Mr. A. M. Martin, lina rosin-nod from
the editorial charge of th Corrv tt.
publican. The paper will in tho future
no conducted by Mr. 11. U. Pratt, the
Mrs. Frank Claurhlnn. alias Brii'sl
a notorious prostitute, nnd for several
years keeper of a house of ill-repute
in this city, died suddenly, last Friday
night at sis o'clock.
The following items are taken
from tho Elk Democrat :
The stove of Mr. James Mohan, at
CVntrevill", this county, was entered
by bnrglas on the night of last week,
aud good.s and money to tho amount
of more than 8400 earned off. The
post office is located in Mr. Mohan's
store, nnd tho money stolen belonged
to the Government. A large number
of letters were also carried off
The express freight wvston Wednes
day morning when between Wilcox
and Knne, ran into a number of bloc ks
of wood placed on the track by some
fiend in human shape. The engine
was smashed to pieces ana twelve cars
were burned. Ve have not learned of
any one being killed. or injured.
At a late hour on Friday night, 29th
a destructiue collision occurred hi the
vicinity of Daguscahonda station, on
the P. A E. railroad, between the lo
cal freight wcit and the regular freight
east, which resulted in the total demol
ition tf three or four cars, and the
damaging of a number of the rest of
the car of tho train, No one was in
jured. The masonry upun the new bri.'ge
soon to span the Clarion at this place
has been neatly competed. It will be
finished in a few days, when work upon
the bridge proper will commence,
which will bo completed within eight
days after commencing. It will bean
imposing and tubstnniial structure.
We learn that a huge bear was kill
ed at or hear G. I). Messenger's lum
ber ca'op, a few miles from town, one
day luA week.
Goand see it !
1 From tho N. Y. (iloLe, September Mh.
One tif the most intorcstingexhibitioUH
conne .ted with the . merican lutitute
Fair, which opens this week, will bo
the oiiito of the famous Akl'u:e, from
thu I'KUtillL' house of .lumps Siitt.,11 A
Co., who will have two of the wonder
ful Campbell .presses running. On
one oj'lhcso presses a cut form of the
Christmus number of Hie Ahliue will
be printed. This will be the finest
art publication ever issued in America,
and viii contain more than fifty superb
l;:.iM.-tUi jus. Un another jH-ess there
i'l !;f pritid s rlirnm t'ron) ut'n
plates, at the rate of five thousand im
prtwions per day I It will bn riS fine as
any Amoiican cbromo, nnd equal to
many of tho German. The usual rate
of printing chromos is about three
hundred impressions per day, after tho
old manner, by baud, from stones.
This beafctiful picture is to bo present
ed free to every yearly subscriber of
TheAUine, for 1N72. Thcgreat Booth
cuts by Heskfcksy and Linton, will
bo printed for the publishers, J. 11.
Osoooii A Co., ut the Fair. These
cuts arc said to bo some of the finest
ever executed in this country. And
it is a littio significant that tho gront
Boston piihlishiiig-hoiiJo of J. R.
tVf;ooT & Co., should give their fine
holiday printing lo a New York es
tablishment. But nothing can beat
"1 he Aldine Tress." So, New York
taken tho pal m from Cambridge and
CLAK A FASSETT,
A TTOJIXKl'S AT LA IV,
WAK HEN AND TIDIOfTE, PA.
rpiIK rxnKitslONKD liavlnjr asso,i
-I aled thoiinolvc together in tho prac
tice or WW, o.'t'cr their professional services
to tlir ptilitic.
ll!isinrsi prniuptlv n'li-nile l to In nil the
court of arren, lVrest and adjoining
JUNIUS R- CLARK, D. D. FASSETT,
Warren, I'a. Tidioute, Ta.
T. A. WMIIJHT. S.t.
Ui:U. V. IHlMKIlUiK.
k i. uniuuin,!:, irvu.
THE SUPERIOR LUMBER CO.,
Pine Lumber, Lath, Shingles &c.
Wills on Tioncsta Creek, Forrsl Co., Pa.
Yards 5; Offirc for. 22ft ti Rail Road Sis.,
K. D. IHTllKll-OK
FORT PITT GLASS WORKS.
Fstablislied A. I). 1S27.
Ditlu'idge's xx Flint Glasa
Silvered Glass Reflectors. -
Those chimneys do not break by hear.
Ask for I)iTi!niDaE!. Take no other.
- MTHRIIXiK it SON,
; 5-lj. rittKhurgh.ra.
IS A PL'HK - '
with the (ireen Ten Flavor
Warranted to unit, nil
tatos. For mdo rv'ory
wlioro, in onr ''trade
mark" poiind ami half
pound pnckiuroH only, ami sala wlioleale
onlv by the rot Atlantic !id l'acillu
Tea Co.. 8 Chutcti St. New YorK. 1. .
Uox 5SO0. Send for Then-Nectar elreular.
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by everybody. Success wore. Send Htuinp
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l4iloailr for 'I'mu LhiiUn. U. L. Wou-tnrT. N.Y.
FIl EK 3 MONTHS ON TRIAL.
A firut-elnsis lnrre nunrto Jonrnnl.61 eol-
unin.s, IlliiNtraud. Or ono year fur 6(1
eenw .Willi two ooiiiki lectures, lv Jnim-s
Mr-Cosh. 1). I). L. ij. !.. nnd K. O'. Haven.
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ami aiMress to 1'eoplo 8 Journal, l'luludel
AENT.S WANTED Mound ennvnss
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euUivo territory ("mted on tho
PICTOIUL HOME BIBLE.
Contains over sou illustrations Isa eom
plete Library of Hiblietil Knowlotlite. I!x'
cellu all others. In Knslish and tierman,
Wui. Hint A Co., l'hila., l'a. 27-it
OX (ri ha bem latolvpaid ly Oin-P-'VJLU
grcHs to a Jady for lier
bravery and skill in snvinu; Eniiirraiits
from tho Indians. She was a prisoner
among them. "MY CAPTIVITY
AMONli THE SIOUX," is her story. It
is n wonderful one, endorsod bv noted
CIU1J1S, OFFIC K1W, CON(lKlSMEN,
CM. .-iicnoiu UllSlllfSS, ut sen u.
I tif FAIt.MEKS WANTEIlto In
lVv7v introd 'ee Alex. Hydo'a
tuivson Ariciilturo," prhoJl.OO, intotlioir
towns. A ruro ehnm-e to turn hours into
eii-.li. Wo ennrue n tiii n ir f'r circulars and
lull luli'iiiiiiliou ot either book. It will
pay all to send lor them. Address, Amer
ican iviooiiiu iomiauy, iiuii.oiu,
A Thrilling acoiint of tiiut lilo in all its
phases, written by a Convict, endorsed by
tho present Oovernor of tho State, tho
Warden and Chaplm of tho rrison. It
litis tho vail and reveals the horrors of that
lil'u under tho old system of brutal treat
ment, sturvio-fs, whippings, bhuuioliicd
criminalities with femalo convicts, muti
nies, murders, Ac., also the advuutatf"s of
the new system of kind treatment, lately
It is full of stirring incieents, and vivid
pen picl iires, facts us exciting as fiction.
It is proiusely illustrated, is creating a
profound sensation and is sure to prove
thero-at popular fasl-selling book' of the
season. I'j-ico low. For illustraled circu
lar and extra terms, address lliililmrd
llros., 1'iiblishers, Sansom .St., 1'liila.
WASTKII-Men au.l Wotner. seek
ing a (fond paying business to sell our il
lustrated, lustorical, biographical, reli
gious and agricultural works. Send stamp
lor lull particulars how von cuu inakctlou
to 100 j, r month. 10. It. THEAT, Pub
Itfbor, w Hr'dviv, V. Y, N-t?
II II A VI-J 16 M 12 31 1 X A II Y
Roy. R-'T. Taylor, D. D., Principal,
Opons its ScvMith Yen- Ncptmnber Zth.
Buildings cxtetiniTo. (ir.und ample
tastefully laid out, RunTns large nnd dicer
fill, well furnished, warmed by prates.
Course thorough mitt practical. Superior
advantages for musie, vocal nml Instru
mental. Pupils board in family of Prin
cipal. liefer to Dr. W. F. Itimtor, and II. II.
Miw, nr nny patrons of thw school. Semi
for ( 'atalogur. to It. T. TA Y LOR,
1'ANIKI. aiINKW,' ' Heaver, Pa.
i l'ret. Trustees. ' 17-'.t
- ST. BENEDICT ACADEMY.'"
ramTTD by the bexeihctine sins.
THIS Institution Is plrnsruif!y nifu.tteil
near St. Mary's, on tho Philn. v Erie
lty.,cn(MurnaHl bj thnlibrnil pntmnnrre it
has liithrrtu enjoyed, n spiw-ions budding
lias been erirtr-ii.'iind tlio Nintrrx aro nre
pared to receive an additional niimlter of
pupi:a. J imi rstrholivstic year, wiucii rnn
sitls of two sessions, com in ores on the first
Monday In Srptcnilwr, nnd ekwes in tlio
hitter part of June.
Hoard and Tuition (includlnir Knglisit
and Herman.) per session, pnvalilo in nd-
vnnce, '.i.oo. Krnneh. l.ntin, Voenl nnd
Instruniei'.tHl Music, On.wingnnd 1 nint
bur, and l amy Work, lbrm extl'O I'h'trjjpa
lor fill thcr pai-ticiilars applv lo tho
I'lUIXl'KK.-SOli' Tilt; AC A MEM Y,
tit, Marv'n, Elk, Co., la.
OP TUB STATE OF VKNKSVl.VAI.,
MARKET ST., west of 17th, nillV
He-opens September l!th. 1871. Thorough
CoHegiale training for the practice of Mine
j.ngineering, civil J'.ngineei nifr, Meclinm
rnl Engineering, Analytical Industrial
Choi ilstrv. Metallurgy a id Areliitecture.
The Tiploina of tho Collego Is reeeiveil as
conclusive evideneo of prolieieney by tlio
first engineers and eompunics outraged in
works of improvement. For lHth Annual
Announcement, address AI.FKEI) E.
KENNEDY, M. D., l'rest, ol Faculty. 20-il
HHFHTQ "1 f 100 a week OK per
HUtll I O ( .s-ntnndf-'o.ooo in cash
, (prizes. Information
milIe Fonlale- fri-e. Address Ameri
can Book C., )2 William St., N. Y. 4H-41
I'nteiited Novemper 1, 1S70.
Samples free ut nl roccrv stores. II. A.
Hnrtlett A Co., Philadelphia, la. -4t
JPENNSYLVANI AC i-N
ON AND AFTER 11 P. P. Sunday May
1, 1870, Trains nrrive nt and leave tho
t'nioit UeMit, corner of Washinton and
Eilierty street, as follows;
Mnil Train, 1.80 a m ; l ast Line. 12.12 a
ni i WeU'sncconiniodation No. 1, (i.20 a m.
Jtrlnton ncconiniodation No 1, 7.;o a mj
Wnll's accommodation No 2, X.oia in ;Cin
elnnnti express P.'JOniu; Johnstown uo
eoinmodation 10.50 nm; lir.iddock'B nc
eoniniiKlation No 1, 7.00 pni: I'ittsburnh
express 1.10 p m; Pacific express 1..W p in ;
Wall's nceonimodation Xo 2,:i5 ) in;
lloniowood aeeoininodatton No 1,9.1m pin;
Wall's accommodation No 4, 5.50 p m;
Itrinton awommoilfitioli No 2, 1.10 p in;
Way Passenger 10,'JI) p in,
. Southern express 1.20 a in ; Pacific, ex
press 2.40 n m ; Wall's nccom modal ion No
1, O.Wa m ; Mail Train K.10 a in ; lirinton's
accommodation 1 l.Co a m ; Bruddock's ao-1-ommodation
Nol. 'i.lO p m; Cincinnati
express 12. '5r p m; M'r.U'H lu'uomiiiodalion
N 2, 11.61 a in ; Johnstown uccomuioihitioii
4.'ir t tn ; llomewo'd aceoiiiiuoilaliou No
1, 8.50 p in ; Philadelphia express X.'.o j in;
vall aceoiumiHlalion No:!,X0op m; ali a
lu-ismimodation No 4, 0.05 p ui ; Fust Lino
7.40 p m ; Wall's No 3, 11.00 p m.
Tho f iiuri-h Trnins leave Walt's Station
every Sunday nt 0.0 . in., reaching Pitts
burgh ut 10.03 a. m. Returning leave Pitts
burgh at 12.Sn p. in., and arrivo ut AVuM's
Station ut 2.1) j). m.
Cincinnati express leaves daily. South
ern express daily except Monday. All oth
er Trnins daily, ex opt Sunday.
For further inloi uiatlon npl'v to
W. II. iUX'KWn'H, Agent,
Tlio Pennsylvania lhdlroad Company
will not assume nn y Risk for Huggage ex
cept for Wearing Apparel, and limit their
rsponsibility to Di e Hundred Dollu' val
ue. All bairgago oxeoeiling that a ount
in valuo will bo at the risk of the . ner,
unless taken by special contract.
A.J. CASSaT '
Oenerul Kuperlnteudent, Aitoona Pa.
WALL ' IP" VETf.
DAVIS & ECHOLS, .
(Near the Co .4 House,)
Tluve a general aswrtment of School
Books, Law Books, Histories, Bibles and
Testaments, Hypui Books, Alusiu Books,
Blank Books, Envelopes, Note, Letter and
cap writing papers, l'ens, Ink, Slutos aud
everything in tha . :..
HOOK J: STA TIOXKR Y R FW.VEW.
All of which thevofrer to sell WrHOLE
SALE OH RETAIL, at hjwest cash prices.
DAVIS tie ECHOLS,
ESTABLISHED MAY 1H33.
LIFE, TIRE, ACCIDENT
LIVE STOCK POLICIES,
ISSUED IN FIRSTCLASS COMPANIES.
L0SSKS PROMPTLY ADJUSTED. t"D PAID.
A. C. SAMPSON, ten. Agent.
J. D. HENRY, Oil Ciiy,
Ag't for Venango Co., I'a.
Applications received and Information
furnished by A. U. Kifchi.K, at Tionesta
Savings Bank. apltf.
LOTS FOR SALE!
BOROUGH OF TIONESTA.
Apply to GEO. G. SICKLES,
70, Nassau St., New Y'ork City.
A MONTH.-llorso ami enr
CJ'tJ riage furnished ; I'xpensos paid;
samples fro, H. B. SHAW, Alfr.sl. Me.
Having fitted up a Drst clas
Arc proTtaml W ftiniMk trl orJer all Lln.l.
of inauD&ictui eii lumber nueh m "
81D1SO, SURFACE- '
J)SE&S-KV L VMlt Kit, '8 A ?,
.POORS,- DIMM, AXD KVKIil'
DEsciiirrrox oftla in a xd fa a
fealcrs will lind It to Uwir ilvnnt.tgo to
CONH L'LT DO U P UTC1CS,
Itefore pTircb.-isIng eisenhrre, u our loca
tion in tlio heart ot the luinb'.'r region gives
us superior advantnjres in tho pnrchaso of
lumber that will enable us to undersoil
those less favorably situated.
Mar. 4, tf.
PITH OLE VALLEY R'Y.
V AXV AVTVM MTnctuv.JniS- I3TL
..... . 9 . r
i II w it I I 111 m lri H IT!
TRAINS NORTH WARD,
10.411 a m
8.40 p in
STATION'S. No. 1. No. 3.
Pithole Citv. 8.40 ft m 1.40 n m
Prnthera Mill ft. IH " 1.4S '
WoimIs fi.f.it " '
Bennett 0.02 " 2.02 "
CHeopells 0,10 ' ii.10 "
An Extra Train 1 eaves Pithole City on
Saturdays nt 0.10 p. m. mnUing eloso'cvn
nection ut I deopolis with Trains on tho Oil
Creek .V Allegheny River Railway forCor
ry and intprnnslia'to points.
Return Train leaves Oleopolis at. 7.13 p.
in., arriving at Pithole Citv at 7.S1.
All other Trains mako close connections
at Oloopolis with trains on the Oil Creek A:
Allegheny Itiver Bailwav, North und
Two Lines of Stages run dally between
Pithole City, Miller Fnrm anct Pleasant
ville, inakingconnection wiibai iiviuguud
dejarting Trains. J. T. 1) LA I It,
FID. BISHOP, Sup't.
Ticket Agent, Tithole City, Pa. ,
L. P. BROCK ETT'S Popular history
of tho bloody '
Now containing a lull account of tho
Fearful Reign of Terror in Paris.
Is selling beyond all precedent. ,
It is by far the most reli bh? and only com
plete and imprrlial history of that might v
struggle and its momentous results, tiil
pages nearly l.V) spirited illustrations,
price, only Ji50. 40,0o0 copies already
sold. It is issued in both English and
tierinnn, and is beyond icstion the fastest
selling book extant. Wide nwako energet
ic agents wanted. Terms extra. Now is
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Pa. 10 4t
i-S,THE LONti LOOKED FOR M.V
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Prospectus booksuro now ready, an J terri
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oarlv Mpplicaiion to , .
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. AtiENTS WANTED FOn
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'I With a full and authentic history of
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Attention Agents I . Think of This
WuiiderrulKiirccMH X 2.T.OOO
eopiea of Brockett's History of tho
FiHiiiHi-Oerman War, nold tirst 00 days.
It will noon contains full history of the
blisaly Uubellion in Purl, making nearly
COO page and l'si elegant illustrations, anil
will sell 3 limes faster than heretofore.
Prico only (,. Incomplete works,
written in the interest of the Irish aud
French, aro ling ofl'ere l witli old cuts,
and for w ant of merit claiming to bo of
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