The Daily Enterprise. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 26, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 18, 1893 Page: 3 of 4
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'facts for the Traveling Public,
Emigrants, commercial men, tourists, mar-
lners and miner* relating to the preservation
of health under conditions unfavorable to it,
may lie gleaned with profit from the oft pub-
lished testimony of such persons relating to
the protective and remedial qualities of IIos-
tetter's Stomach Bitters, a very valuable
remedy to those who traverse "the briny
deep," or aro subjected to malarial influences
or out door exposure. With as much cer-
tainty as I)r. Koch's celebrated lymph destroys
the organic microbe, the Bitters counteracts
unhealthful germs in malaria-tainted air and
brackish water. It prevents and removes
disorders caused by poor and unaccustomed
food, and restores tranquility to worn out
nerves and weary brains. Hneumstisra, kid-
ney and liver complaint, cramps, colic and
dyspepsia aro among tbe ailments that it
A Queer liegal Decision.
Etiqnut is responsible for a qnect
logal decision. A traveler on it Ger-
man railway train attempted to eat t
lunch, anil while in the act of convey,
ing fooii to his mouth the train slopped
suddenly ami his cheek was badly cut
on the edge of the knife lie was using,
l'lie man sued the company for dam-
Iges, but his claim was defeated on tiio
ground that it was a breachof etiquet
for him to eat with a knife. The court
recited unto him the chestnut that "A
man can not tako advantage of his
That Joyful Feeltnji
With the exhilarating sense of re-
uewed health and strength and inter-
nal cleanliness, which follows the use
of Syrup of Figs, is unknown to the
few who have not progressed beyond
the old time medicines and the cheap
substitutes sometimes offered but
never accepted by the well informed.
A Queer Memento.
A wealthy citizen of Osaka, Japan,
who is the owner of a rich copper-mine,
has celebrated in a rather peculiar
manner tho two hundredth auniversary
of the mine comiug into the possession
of his family. On that occasion each
of his 800 or more employes received
es a memento of the occasion a swal-
For the Tall Festivities
At St. Louis, travel via the Missouri
l'acific, the Old Reliable. It makes
fast time and no change of cars, ('all
on your nearest ticket agent, or writo
to If. C. Townsend, O. 1'. & I1. A., St.
Louis, Mo., for descriptive folders and
When going to Chicago to visit the
World's I''air, do not forget to take
the Old Reliable Route, the Missouri
Pacific Railway. Fast time and close
connections is our m >tto. See that
your ticket reads via this route, l or
illustrated folders and other informa-
tion, call on your nearest ticket
agent, or address
II. C. Townsend,
G. P. & T. A., St. Louis Mo.
Postmarks on English Letters.
London peoplo have begun an agita-
tion io favor of the addition of tho houi
Hud minute to the postmark on letter!
as is done in American postoffices.
Heretofore the English postmark has
had only tho day of tho month, theyoar,
and the name ot the office.
,T C. SIMPSON, Mnrqnpflu, W. Va., lays:
"Halt's Catarrh Cure curcl me of a very baa
caseof catarrh." Druggists sell It, "5c.
The shark manifests a distinct choice
for peoplo of certain races, onil will eat
nn Asiatic, in preference to a negro, and
a Kuropean rather than either.
The pleasant coating of lteecham s
Tills completely disguises the taste
without impairing their efficiency.
25 cents a box.
At tho presont time the colored peO'
pie of tlio United States control about
100 weekly newspapers, which have an
aggregate average circulation of 800,
Assuming tho working age to be from
20 to 60 years, and counting only male
workers, 440 persons in this country live
on the labor of overy 100 workers.
William McKeekan, Druggist at
Bloomingdale, Micb. " I have had
the Asthma badly ever since I came
out of the army and though I have
been in the drug business for fifteen
years, and have tried nearly ever)'
thing on the market, nothing has
given me the slightest relief until a
few months ago, when I used Bo
schee's German Syrup. I am now
glad to acknowledge the great good
it has done me< I am greatly reliev
ed during the day and at night go to
sleep without the least trouble." d)
WIFT S SP£UIH0°®
t For renovatinc the entire system
| eliminating all Poisons from tbe
Blood, whether of scrofulous or
malarial origin, this preparation has no equal.
u For eighteen months I had an
) eatinp sore on mv tonpue. I was
treated by best local Physicians,
but obtained no relief: the M>re gradually irrew
worse. I llnally took B. 8. S., and was eutirely
curod aftor using a few bottles."
C. 13. MoLkmouii, Henderson, Tcjl
Treatise on lilood and Skin Dis-
eases mailed free.
This TraSa Work U on the beat
tllnetrated In tho World I
'"j™..1 4 j. TCW-A. POSTON, MASS
The gold reserve stands at 803,023,-
765. On the l8t, inst., it was $96,009,-
Congressman W. C. P. Breckenridge
lias filed a lengthy answer to Made-
line V. Pollard's suit, denying in de-
tail all her allegations.
The town of Mochowa, Russia, was
destroyed by fire Monday. Eight per-
sons were burned to death. Hundreds
oi families are homeless.
George Shous who was charged
with the murder of his wife and two
children at Pittsburg, was found guil-
ty Monday, of murder in the first de-
Ottawa, 111., was visited by the big-
gest fire it has seen in years Monday
vening. Six business buildings were
destroyed. The loss is about 125,000.
with $8,000 insurance.
The receipts of the government for
the past few days have been running
slightly behind the expenditures; the
net loss to the government during the
month thus far amounts to 88 3,050.
President Carnot has gone to P>eau-
via, capital of the department of Oisse,
where he will review the troops of the
second and third army corps at the
conclusion of the maneuvers to-mor-
A number of St. Louis business men
met Monday and made arrangements
for entertaining the delegates to the
Pan-American bi-metallic convention
which will assemble in St. Louis
Tho house committee on merchant
marine and fisheries held a meeting
Monday and decided to allow public
hearings on October 3 on Representa-
tive Fitch's bill for free American reg-
istry to foreign built ships.
Monday afternoon Abe Wilsey shot
and fatally wounded his wife, and
was in turn shot and instantly killed
by Henry Sik. Tho tradgedy occurred
at Kogoinic, Mich., where the WiL-
eeys kept a boarding house.
The national officers of the Amal-
gamated Association of Iron and Steel
Workers have requested the manufac-
turers' scale committee to meet them
tomorrow for the purpose of adjusting
the difference which caused the rup-
ture in the last scale conference.
It is intimated that the treasury de-
partment was actuated in ordering
the revenue steamers Grant and Perry
to the Pacific coast more by the con-
dition of the Chinese and seal fishery
question than to aid in tho prevention
or smuggling opium in Puget sound.
Owing to the breaking down of her
steam steering gear, the Campcrdown,
tho monster warship which sank the
Victoria, ran aground Sunday at Mal-
ta, but was iloated Monday after-
noon. The ship is on the way home
to bo thoroughly overhauled and re-
It is reported in Buenos Ayres that
Dr. Allen, tho leader of the re
volting Radicals has been assassinated
in Santa Fe. Dr. Allen has been un-
der police espionage ever since he is-
sued a manifesto some time ago call
ing upon the people tQ assert their
rights and liberties.
a Five new cases of yellow fever de-
veloped at Hrunswick Thursday, Mrs.
L/oreustein and child, Winn Johnston,
her mother-in-law and Sallie Mitchell.
Tho last tnree are colored women.
Three cases have been discharged—
Mrs. Loreustein's child, Archie 1£.
vSmith, and Mrs. II. C. Smith.
Proprietor Gregor and Editor Ja-
nitsch, of the Narodni Listi, one of the
largest Czech dailies in Prague, have
been arrested and will be tried by a
special court for inciting the Czechs
breach of the peace. This journal has
been for years the most virulent anti-
Lrennan sheet in Rohemia.
The coroner's inquest at Roanoke,
Va., continued its investigation
Thursday and examined a number of
wituesses without eliciting any new
information. The citizens' committee
of thirteen has issued a request to
Mayor Trout to return to Roanoke
and assure him that he will not be
The steamer Albatross from Retir-
ing straits brings information of the
probably fatal illness of Hon. J. TC.
Luttrell, ;of California, special gov-
ernment agent in charge of the Alas-
Wan fisheries. Mr. Luttrell is afflicted
with Rright's disease, and his physi-
cian has given up all hope of his re-
At Calamity, Pa., Sunday night,
while returuing from church, Mr.
and Mrs. AugustReece were assaulted
and the woman killed by Moses Laisen
and August Rriee membra of the fac-
ction of miners favoring anarchism,
which the Reeces opposed. Laisen
was captured and a posse is after
Mrs. E. D. Price, wife of a well
knowit theatrical manager, died at
New York Sunday. She was the
daughter of James A. Walker, a Ne-
vada mino owner. Her first appear-
ance on the stage was at tho Califor-
nia theatre, San Francisco, eight
years ago. She was afterwards with
Richard Mansfield for about four
years, and appeared in the original
vast of "Miss Holyett."
Saturday the New York police cap-
tured a gang of green goods men on
upper Thrid avenue and secured a
lurge amount of the paraphernalia.
The men gave their names as Walton
Mel ward, 20 years old: Henry Ran-
dall, 21 years old; John Ryrnes, 23
years old, and Peter Shelly, 20 years
old. They were all well dressed and
respectable looking men.
The Denver chamber of commerce
Saturday appointed the following
delegates to the St. Louis bi-metallic
congress: Hon. T. M. Patterson, JI. W.
Haerressen, G. W. l' alIflntine, Hon. I.
N. Stevens, Charles M. Hampson. F.
P. Ernest, J. S. Appel and ex-Con-
gressman J. P. Belford.
The Colina volcano on tho Pacific
coast south of Guadalajara, Mexico,
is again active and the people living
near , the base of tho mountain arc
greatly alarmed. Many have aban-
doned their homes. The sight is im-
pressive at night. The fiajnes may be
seen for a long c]Ut<aHce on the sea
ON TO ST. LOUIS.
Thousands of Visitors "Witness tho
Magnificent Street illumination.
St. Louis, Sept 30.—This is T. P. A.
day of the St. Louis carnival, and the
enormous attendance of commercial
travelers is in kaeping with the city's
standing as the mercantile metropolis
of tlie west and southwest. The peo-
ple are flocking to St. Louis in thou
sands, and the crowds which viewea
the street illuminations this evening
were exceptional,even J'or a oily which
has become accustomed to taking care
of strangers by the tens of thousands.
NAVAL COU.JSE AT CORNELL.
To say that the street illuminations
are the grandest ever seen on the
streets of any city in the world is to
state the case mildly. The number of
lights used exceeds 75,0C0, and more
than half of these are electric. The
down-town section is a blaze of light,
arches competing for popularity with
electric eft'eets of the most dazzling
character. These latter aro for the
most part panoramas with constant
changes, and vehicle traflic is well
nigh suspended owing to the crowds
which throng the streets as well as
cover the sidewalks.
The western hemisphere panorama
illustrated herewith, facing Washing-
ton university, has upwards of 1,200
electric lights and tells the story of the
discovery of America in letters of fire
Another magnificent spectacle is the
electric floral arch in natural colors
and another is a combination of the
flags of the United States and Spain
with an eagle far above the center
There are ten other electric displays
all equally attractive.
The illuminations will bo repeated
Oct. 3, 5,13 and 111, and every one who
appreciates a combination of beauty
and magnificence ought to-see them.
The railroad rates are exceptionally
low and the attractions as exception
ally gorgeous and irresistible.
It has just teen developed that the
real name of the convicted Iowa dia
mond robber, Frank Shercill, is Ed
Wilson, and his home is at Gilford, la
The boiler at the Connelly gas
woiks, Newcastle, Pa., exploded Mon
day morning, demolishing the build
ing and injuring a number of em
ployes. None were fatally hurt.
Five new projectiles for Ericssen'i
destroyer have arrived at the torpedo
station at Newport. They are each
twenty-seven and one-half feet long
and weigh 1,000 pounds. The trial"
of them will bgin next week,
J. I\ Roth, a promin ent business
man of Indianapolis, was thrown from
his carriage Monday evening while
driving with his family and instantly
killed. The horses became frightened
and Itoth was thrown against an ec
lectrie light pole.
Fourteen anarchists were arrested
in Vienna Monday. Many bombs
were found hidden at their places of
meeting and in their rooms. It is
supposed that they intended to terrify
the city with simultaneous explosions
at several points in the city.
The hearing of the various petitions
for the Iron Hall receivership was be
gun in tho superior court at Indianap
olis Tuedsay. K. C. Hawkins filed
general denial to tho complaint for
the removal of the receiver and aske "
that the case might have a speedy
Mrs. Hugh F. Dempsey, wife of ex
District Master Workman Dempsey of
tho Knights of Labor, and the allege
leader of the conspiracy to poison the
lion-union workmen in tho Home
stead mill strike, is in Harrisburg
I'a., in the interest of a pardon for lie
Colonel P. F. Fuison, the special
aorent of tho United States govern
ment sent to investigate the Chocta
troublo, has made his final report and
left the country. Ho says his presenc
there is no longer necessary, and that
the troops sent thore last April are no
Tho men who defended tho Ulinoin
Central express train against high-
waymen at Centralia, 111., aro to be
rtiwarded for their bravery. The Illi-
nois Central and American Express
Companies have decided to bestow re-
wards, which will consist of six gold
medals and (f?,ooo.
Tho Right lion., tho lord mayor of
Dublin, James Shanks, accompanicd
by tho lady mayoress, Town Council-
lor Mayno, and Mrs. Mayne, Florence
O'Driscoll, M. I*. and Arthur O'Con-
nor, M. I'., arrived at New York, Sat-
urday morning on tho steamer Cam-
The First National Hank of Ashland,
which suspended July 31, will open its
doors and resume business schedule
time tomorrow morning. Nearly all
tho depositors have signed an agree-
ment to take eertlfleasi'H of deposit pay-
able in tl'rco, six, nine and twolvQ
Branch ot KfltU'atlnti Inaugurated
Imitation of Europoun I'owerF.
One of our groat universities has
Thoy, too, with ttm revfrent tiiroiiff Imdbcn^
And iu dear ramembrtnoe erowneil
Willi p.iiT'ft. and laurels, and garland bright
Fully many a grass-grown mound.
And heard the volcM of coumides toll
How uobly tiio heroes fought and fell.
But now. In silonce, tliey turned uway
Through m adows with dailies siuead—
Her faoo was grave, but her eyes wero Bweel
Willi tiio languor of icars unshed:
And ahe h.ld o ro$c in her finger tips,
Red as her own soft rose-red lips.
"You w.ro kind to tlie dead." he said, ntlac^
In a pleading. Injured tone,
"But what of the IMna: soldier bravo.
Who in datty ftght alone
Must strive for duty, nor dream of fumo—
ltaro lie no token of liortor cUtin?"
6he turned with n Fmile, half tcRrs, nud placed
Her rose on tiia bosoui. "Thore,—
Mv one last flower I it was meant, for you,
But, I was not sure- -would- euro.
We give, unsought, to tho uoble dead.
L'ut tho noble living must mk," she said.
Madeline S. ili-ldfes.
Wasted.—Salesmen; good pay f ir
honest workers. Heginners taught;
900 new outfits just ready—cost 4 years
time and thousands of dollars, but
orth all they cost—the finest ever
used. Wo sell direct through our own
salesmen. No middlemen. No Tree
Dealers. Stark lino's NntSEiUBS &
Ouciiahds Co., Louisiana, Mo.
What Is a Good Iloolt?
H walked by her side, as thoy strolled apari^
Through tho lonely blosromlng ways,
A far from tho bugles aud roiling drums,
Th. psalm of a nation's praise;
tnlrnn n atnn in thn riffht direction Afar from tho crowds that linger thero
taKon a stop in -no ngni uuclmou tho sunlit graves and t he headstones fair-
to foster the maritime growth of tho
country by opening a school of naval
architecture and7narino engineering.
Cornell university has inaugurated a
school of this kind. As the only
school of naval architecture in th
Western hemisphere this new de-
parture of Cornell morits description.
The leading powers of Europe have
long had such schools. France has
one at Paris eallod tho government
school of naval architecture. Italy
has ono at Genoa.
How long doos it tako to com-
plete the course?" inquired a writer
for 'ho Washington Star.
The course occupies two years,"
was the reply, "but it is so arranged
as to require tliroo years' prepara-
tion in a good technical school before
entering upon it. It is intended that
students of Cornell who have reached
thoir senior year in the courso iu
mechanical engtaeering may then
take up this coureo for thoir fourth
colloge yoar and finish it iu one year
of po-t-graduate work. Students
from other technical schools are, of
course, admitted under tho same con-
dition. One of tho most interesting
courses in the first year's study is
that of naval architecture, which is
intended as a general introduction to
the subject of marine construction.
It opens with a genoral examination
of tho ship as a floating body, and is
followed by a courso of locturos on
Ship Resistance,' 'Propulsion and
Powering,' -Wave Motion and tho
Oscillation of Ships.' Tho first year's
course in shipbuilding and design is
also an interesting one. In it atten-
tion is given to tho best practical
construction in the actual matorials
of the ship, which has up to this
time been treated by tho student as a
geometrical body. Tho subject is
treated from a descriptive standpoint
and various systems of shipbuilding
and their peculiar points aro studied.
Then, passing to details, wo cover
tho most modern practico in tho in-
numerable details of ship construc-
tion and fitting."
Vou study marino machinery,
also, in the first yoar, do you not?"
Oh, yos, of courso, and (levoto os-
pecial attention to tho peculiar con-
dition under which tho murine en-
gine is obliged to work, and tho ad-
vantages and disadvantages of the
different typos and forms of engines,
In tho socond year the course in
naval architecture is much moro ad-
vanced, and is based on tho moro
general courso of tho preceding
year. Wo tako up sevoral topics,
and study them in greater detail
Tho work in this caso consists prin-
cipally of lecturos, partly of dirocted
coursos of reading and partly of per-
sonal studios on the part of tho stu
dont under my direction. The soo
ond year's coursos in ship dosign and
marino machinery aro continuations
of thoso of tho lirst year."
K; rly Kxplorers.
It is rather curious that tho oarly
discovcrors and explorers of the
country should havo been ignored.
There aro twenty Colurabuscs and
twenty-seven (,'olumbias. There aro
five towns named Americus and throo
America. Raloigh, Do Soto, l.aSallo,
Marquotte, llonnopin and Hudson an
remombored. Champlain has a singli
place named in his hone*. Hobervai
De Mots, Argall, Ibervillo, Frobisher.
Gorges, ('artier, Balboa, Dablon,
Hrassurt, HaHin, liehring and Goswald
Local telegrams aro now transmit-
ted through pneumatic tubes in most
of the principal citics of Great Brit-
ain. At present about fifty miles of
such tubes aro in operation, requir-
ing an aggregate of 400 liorso power
and transmitting a daily average of
105,000 messages or 80,000,000
Lu\r Coral iNlaml*.
Coral islands aro never more than
ten or twolve feot above tho surface
that limit being assignod to thom by
the action of the waves. Tho vego
tation is characterized by its uni
formity, tho ontiro flora consisting of
scarcely a scoro of species.
Tit* Stronger Amestlietic.
Waglcigh — Professor Borcsome
gave a lecture on anaesthetics the
other night, with experiments with
chloroform. Moro than half tho audi-
ence were put to sleep.
Wagloigh—No, with tho locturo.
An lno| | ortuno Moment.
Ofllce Boy, to drummer—Mister, I
wouldn't advise you to try to see tho
boss now; he's in an awful rage.
Drummer—What's tho matter with
Otlico Boy—llo's trying to put
point on his blue lcad-pcncil.—Truth,
Of no Interest to lllin.
Cubbago, fiorcoly--It is very dis
couraginr h man to havo to carr
ashrlekiufc '>aby around ttio room
all night and thon reflect that of
such is tho kingdom of heaven.
Wife, meekly—IIow can that pon
slbly affect you, deat ?—Puck.
The Walkluif Loaf.
"Walking leaf" is the namo of an
insect which makes its living on Hies
by making itself roscmblo a leaf on a
tree. \\ hen tho unsuspecting IIy
alights within roach it is caught anil
crushed in a twinkling.
A ((«*uerwl Denial.
"My son/' begun tho clerical-look-
ing- stranger solemnly, "do you" —
"No," replied tho irreverent youth;
"in tho first plucQ I aiM't—und, sec-
ondly, I don't "
Facts of Interest to tho Heading Pub
The reoonfc storm did $2,000,000 damage
to Long Island oyster beds.
The world's supply of di&mouig la
twenty times greater than it was thirty
Men attending the pans in salt works
are never known to havo cholera, small*
pox, scarlet fever or influenza.
SALT-RHEUM; FLESH CKACKED OPBW
Miss Lottie Clark. Hirer Falls, Pierce
Couiitu, Wisconsin, writes:
"It gives me pleasure to express ray faith
in tho virtue of l)r. Pieree's Golden Medical
Discovery. Having suffered for three years
from snlt-rhctnn, and after havina been un-
successfully treated by a good physician, I
began the use of
The humor was in
my hands. 1 was
obliged to keep a
covering on them
for mouths at a
time, changing the
A good book is ono that interests
One in which tho bright rather than
the (lark side of life is shown.
One that makes you see how moan
are the snull vices of life aud how des-
picable are tlio great situ.
Ono that glorifies virtuo in woman
nnd honor in man.
Ono in which the good aro rewarded
nnd tho wicked aro made to suffer—
suffering;, by the by, that mny ho of the
conscience—or iu a moro material way,
n reward given either on earth, or
promised for tho future.
One which convinces you that this
world is filled with good men and good
Ono that breathes forth the goodness
of a Creator, and respects His all-gov-
Ouo that makes you feci you aro
meeting real peoplo—poople who olev-
ato your thoughts as you associate with
A good book is ono that you remem-
ber with pleasure, that when the dull
hours oome you can think of with in-
terest and fed that thero are peoplo
with whom you havo a most interesting
acquaintance, who aro jet only char-
acters of the imagination.
A good book is one that tolls,in good
English, the story it lias to; sees no
necossity for using foreign words and
does not quote from tho Arabic or Hie
Sanscrit as if the author had written it
with an Encyclopajdia Britaunica beside
A good book is tlio ono that we want
when weary of the people of tho w orld;
that we cau read out aloud and dis-
cuss; that we can hand to our daugh-
ters tfi&t it may give them pleasure, and
which will only bo a stoppingstone 011
tho road of taste, not only to Letter and
nobler books, but a better and nobler
That is a good book—and, my friends,
there aro hundreds of them.—Ladies
anil itching 1
tion would be bo
intense that at
times it weined as
If I wouMgomuy.
When I bent the
fingers, the flesh
would crack ojwn
and bleed. It Is
Impossible for mo to describe the Intense pain
and sutTerlnir which I endured night and dajr.
After taking si* bottles of tlie " Discovery "
I was entirely cpred.
I cannot praise l)r. Pierce's Golden Modioli
Discovery uuoukIi." Bold by Dealers.
getting ill. If loss of flesh
can be arrested and dis-
ease baffled the "weak
spots" in the system are
is an absolute corrective
of " weak spots." It is a
builder of worn out failing
tissue—natures food that
stops waste and creates
Odell 1.0 Typewriter for 110, If cash with or-
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famous Odell Typewriter is used by Lawyers,
Ministers. Doctors. Merchants, Editors and
Government Officers, because of Its clean
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Thore is enough iron in tho blood of
forty-eight mon to mako a twenty-four-
How a Sewer "Was Choked Up.
A large sewer in Portland, Ore., had
to be reopened recently, as it was
badly choked up. When the work-
men dug it open they found tho
roots of a shade tree had forced a
passage through the walls and formed
a solid mass for fifty feet. The top of
he sewer was tea feet below the sur-
Are you busjr? Are you making
money? If so, stick to it: you aro for
Ornate. If you are not, then our ad-
vise is that you write at once to II. F.
Johnson & Co., Richmond, Va. They
can show you quickly how to enter
upon a prolitable work.
Lost children in Japan do not long re-
main astray. It is the custom for parents
to label their children with their address-
es, so that in case thoy go astray any
wayfaror may send them home.
I Cure Dyspepsia nud Constipation*
Dr. Shoop's Restor&tlvo Nerve Pills sent free
wit J Medical Book toprove merit, for 2c stamp.
Drugglsts.^o. L)n. Snoor, Box W.,ltacinc Wis.
Amoricans aud Englishmen aro said to
*o investing in largo tracts of laud ad
ipted to co.Tee, tobacco and coeoa in Mex-
Jackson St., Chioago*
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