San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 348, Ed. 1, Saturday, November 27, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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San Antonio Daily Light
Paint Tour Roofs.
II h?lnc your roof painted wiMliheywfl
laitlhiftf tlmcim lots miJiMnira up all tho
Dawa atid mall hotoa thereby prcrenting
Ultlon nd Uucklen's Amlo 81 re Car tire
years. Have never bundled remedfea wat 'i
a well or tiro such universal Mttsfaettsav
Thero hare licen aomo wonderful euroa ff
feclcd by theao medicines Inthljeftr. BevetwJ
case of pronounced consumption nave beta) .
entirely cured by the usoof a few bottle af
thiPnrnr nf At mm It and Mm
will tn irnrnitlf lnd laturactotilr done. Also
all klhilt of house. Kirn andoHrrlafra imintlnff
Heat material uaod. C'tiarari reanonnble.
thorn slwars. Sold br A. Drelss.
Volume VI. Number 348
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 27. 1886.
Only 95 a Year
LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS A station aoents buicidk.
WANT TO UK TilOHOUUIII.V
PO.sTKD ON NEW
Fall and Winter Goods
GET SOME SOLID INKOHMATION FttOM
They have one of the Finest and Largest Stock of
Goods ever before brought to this market.
MARK - DOWN - CLOTHING - SALE !
Suits and Overcoats!
NEW GOODS I
Inquire for Prices!
Genuine Bargains 1
WOLFF & MARX
Coi . Commerce and Alamo Sts. San Antonio Tex.
H. D. Kampmann President -
Celebrated Lager and Specially Brewed
- SELECT" BOTTLED BEER-
GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PURE.
SAN ANTONIO - - - TEXAS.
ALWAYS TO THE FRONT!
ll wehf son
Gigantic Stock in
Merchants odvortlso in various
ways suck as "Soiling Out at
Cost" "Damaged Goods" etc. try.
ing to gull tlio public tbat they
possess peculiar advantages by
which they nro enabled to sell
cheaper than their competitors at
tho sauio timo selling at a good
pro lit. They perpetuate a fraud
on a generous public by offering a
lower grade of goods which are
palmed off as good and sold as
Each season it has been my
earnest endeavor to improvo tho
quality aud make of goods and to
sell them at a reasonable profit
giving each customer his money's
worth in each purchase. In fol-
lowing out this courso I have
been successful and am proud to
say my business has increased
each year and is now
The Largest and Most
the Kind in
"During the Season l.wlll oiler extra Inducements In all department!.-1
N. W. Corner Main Plaza.
Otto Koohler Sec. and Manager
TO THE GEKTSlDtPARTHENT.
Complete Establishment o
Prom all Parta of tho Cllone Con
densed find Boiled Down.
The Lady Colin Campbell divorce
cite U attracting great intention In
Knit anil rue defendant In a brother or
the marquis of l.orne and tbe testimony
la moat damaging. Lady Ca iipbell't
cnaracier win not ue iinirnncu
Dallat I.ltournnh comminv tint been
organized; capital $.K)(jCU.
Panhandle lamia aiturcRntliiir f.'iO.OCO.
were told by one Austin real tstate 1'i.m
I'he appearance of clio'era at Huenoe
Ayreali of Importance to I'cxas a 11
vessels are due trout that country at
gulf porta between now ami .1 Mili
Schooners City of Green Day and Mel.
Tin. loaded with nig Iron narrowly es-
caped foundering In lake Michigan dur-
ing tbe lite blow Larue quantities of
Iron were heaved overboard.
Ex-Qovernor l'lielin. ol Missouri will
be burled In Springfield Ills old homo
It Is now nultu delln tclv aacert-ilnei
that the Chlonzo strike was ordered by
dlatrlct Master-workman llutler for
political reaanna and that no provision
whatever waa mado for tho 18500 men
ordered out. Powdcrly's order to end
the a'rlke and return to work waa sup-
pressed four days befnrn being protuul
The cremation of eight bodies In
Kentucky some two monlha since by
tbe burning; of the Poa House supposed
at the time to be accidental was done
o hide the evidences or a foul murder.
The murderers are In Jail.
Tbe cattle necessary to be slaughtered
In order to carry out the pleuro-pneu
monla extirpation In and about Chi-
cago will aggregate a value of
Cummlncs continues ti. wrltii letters
and the express detectives are all at sea
An Ennllah cotton shin with 17u0 b.iles
on board burned at Oalveslon yesterday
morning in tne outer rnau. largo
fully Injured vessel partially.
Haves foreman of Melton's ranch 76
miles from Colorado. Texas shot and
killed Book-keeper De Smith
A eras exnloslon In Coin glum tlmft.
Wllkesbnrre. Pa. killed mid fatally In
jured 12 anil seriously hurt 30 others. It
is tne most serious accident oi tic jeir
In tbe anthracite regions.
The Henrv Oeorsr Progressive dcintc-
raoy are In the Held with an oath of
membership and propose to work for
tbe election of whomsoever the party
sball endorse. The members nre sworn
to support the purl y at the pulls.
From December fit li to the 20th tho
Poultry association will be In kcs.Ioii at
From the 27 tb to the 301 h of Ibis
month Panama will celebrate the CMh
anniversary of her Independence
The German 11 sir covers all persons
entitled to Husalan protection In Bul-
garia. So says the Soil consul.
Tbe pence footing of the Oernian
armv unt 1K)4 w be 4fM.4W not In-
eluding single year men The psrloil of
service will not be shortened.
The SDunkr Bulgarians will not have
Nloholas to reign over them and clmrge
Turkey with violating the treaty nt Ber-
lin Tho old Alexander consulratnrs have
been detected In a plot tn assassinate
tne uuigarian regents.
An offensive and defensive alliance
between Austria and England is both
affirmed and denied
Lord Coleridge wins the libel suit
against his son-in-law.
Tbe debt of Hussla la S.GC3.0O3 (XX)
roubles; equivalent to $1200030000.
Germany does not want anv mure of the
oonus or tnat country Deing already
Tbe British irovernment's nrnsecuilon
of John Dillon and Its proscription of
tbe league meeting at tallgo cause in
The Milwaukee garden rioters nre on
trial; one of tbem has already been dis-
charged by tbe Judge.
Tbe Irish tennnnt farmers will stand
by Dillon and the league and so notify
the American branch of the league.
Tbeaeentln the Cummlngs trial has
grown cold and the detectives have
oroKen camp at St. Loun.
Cohn and Spencer stock partners bad
a savage light near Hackberry Atlz.and
Bpencer was Kiueu
Clerks In the civil establishment of tho
war and navy yard are being discharged
uy ine score.
Reagan's Inter-slate commerce bill
ill be modified tn suit Culloni's views.
ociore going oeiore congress
ltev. Dr. Newman Grant's old minis
ter. comes out at Washington with a
trong Knownnining discourse
The Detroit K. of 1.. have bovcottcd
tn live principal Drewerles In that city
la order to break up the brewers union
Tbe striking tanners of Salem. Mass..
are quite tiotous and give tbe police no
enu oi trouoie.
HartksraD'l lewelrv store. St. Louis
Durglarlzod to tbn tune of $3C'W;
Tbe Y. M. C. A. of MlnneaDolla. de
cline to senu an invitation to Maui Jones
to visit tbem.
fom Simmons. an old Texas railroader
was killed at Greenville yesterday byn
Bolton has arranged a ilirht to a tlnlsh
between Lannon and Kllrnln'ror $1000 a
sine vjnrisiian uoston.
O'Donnovan Uossa has been fired from
tbe Fenian brotherhood and the order
reorganize!; no oause given
Tbe St. Louis stock yardsenterprlse la
an assured thing. Tbe range Interests
are expeoiea to co-operate.
Gold has been struck at Oklahotna.and
it puzzles undo Sam to bar out tbe pros'
An "Informal" Party.
Tbe Informal Social Club bad a ideas.
ant gathering last night at the residence
ot Judge Simpson. Among those present
were tbe Misses Fannie Simpson Lottlu
James Alma Ogdeu Agnes James
Kemple Howard Celeste Gaylord Ethel
murpny r.mma Heir rannte Eager
josie room uena uencnap ttusie ster
Una;. Agnes Crawford. Brentle and Mag.
gle Hoblnson Alice Dlokeraon of New
York and Helen MoDanlel of Lvtle.
This was tbe first of a series of nartles
tbat will be given by various members
of tbe club at their residences during
the winter and It la onlv lust to that
Mrs. Simpson and tbe ladles by their
geniauy anu nooraiuy niaae tne party
gnat social success.
It. M. Sylvestor of Deevllle Takes an
EfToctlve Dose of Morphine.
Veflerday Mr. It. M. FylTtaler.slatlnn airent
at lleetllle ilellrcreit to Harry Kowlet tho
Well-known ilriurttit forinerlr of San Anto-
nto hut now of that city a mea.ago from pet-
tu. calllns' for a quantity nr qiilnlnoaml mor-
plilno. Thodruirii wen Khen St
llila mornlnir tin wa. roiHiil dead rr
o. Tlioilruirii werv Klen evliTster ant
recti or rnnrolilno. Ina wmie baaket at the
tlepnt tlio rollnwlntr wa. rounttl
Telrur.ini fnim I'cilusto Fowler waa manu
fActuntl by me. Am rolnv to p
the combination (Slicnedi
Iniie.t helit In tie erlllo tlita
thojury decided that Sylveiter tlletl by Ida
Bylvealer woa fortnerlj- nteralor at Mown-
Ihtit iiuil was appeinlel station aKeiit at Pet-
ill. wnen Lori'iiauiitlatlatHtu
Tlio itetH'AMt! win aeparatetl tnim his wife
and from wliut eau tto lt'arnel tloineftlc
trouble wa the main dilitt of the itulcMp.
Mr. M 1'. Morrl.er haa Uitn aitpolntetf to
succeed thi Uetraaett. and will alanine bis
new duties un Moinlay In tlio ineaDtlme the
I'.ltlia ittreal rknnerltitlyket lain eliarneor
The members enrolled In tbe uniform
dlvlalon lira requested to assemble at
the castle of Elk Lodgo No. 3S Sunday
for Hie purpose of eleotlng oillcers.
Every member Is expected to be present.
lit T. VV. MliLLtLY
Chairman Coinuilttee Uniform Division.
Why Ho Doen It.
Mr. Lafayette Itogers called upon the
I. KiiiT yesterday and emphatically de-
nied that he was prosecuting his brother-
in law Detective itugiirs tor iniinnua-
Hon from any spiteful or malicious cause.
All be wants to do Is to prove his rlgbt
toezercleo his franohlse as an American
citizen which he asserts he could not
oat the county election uy reason ot
lie further states that ue has always
regarded and does regard San Antonio
as tils home: that be voted here In Jau-
unry IB34 lived here until the end of
jnny in mat year lias loiiowcu ins em-
ployment elsewhere until August In this
year when be returned home and Is
now located permanently in tne city.
Leon Dlxlon Insulting language $5.
H'olfl Julie. Insulting language dis
Carlos Garcia fighting $5.
Thomas Flores lighting dismissed.
Senon Estrada drunk $5.
Bias Mendosa fighting dismissed.
Esplrldlon Itlvas fighting dismissed.
John McClusky drunk $ 10.
James Stewart drunk and dltorderlr.
fined t ii.
Ueo. iietta drunk $.
Alfonso Menilrano drunk $S.
Alfonso Mendrano. carrvlng a butcher-
i.eona ue rorrest. disorderly contin
Nellie Murray disorderly continued.
"Be Just and Fear Not."
Tbe Times states what. It should
know Is untrue when It asserts that the
Limit said that Van Itlpcr "trembling-
ly" executed the warrant to arrest Tom
Hughes. Tbe Light knows tbe Van
Klper boys' courage too well to make
anv such absurd statements. What It
did aay was tbat Van ltlper was "con-
luseu" ami mis was natural and credit-
able. Inasmuch as he had to arrest an of-
ficer who was an old friend and with
whom he bad often associated. Right
because the vigilance of a Lioiit man
irtistrated a proposed "scoop" should
not lead the Times man to do the I.ioin
Wintor Comforts and Clothing.
Tbe chilly blasts and cold northers
generally create more or less discontent
caused by the wants of proper means to
keen warm. Almost anyone can now
avoid this and possess him nr herself
ny a proper supply ot warraiu giving
clothing by calling at Wolfson's world
oazaar anu select accoruing to taste
and at prices that biggar description.
1'he knit goods department has been re
ceiving special attention and care has
been taken to seteot tne various styles
anil patterns with special reference to
tins section ot me oountry. wraps wun
anu wuuoub noous oonnecieu.or ine lat
ter single In all the hues and colors from
white blue pink eta. to the more so-
ber and darker shades. An Immense line
of ersevf. Plain ornamental. and In fact
an styles navniust oeen unnaoaet reaur
to choose from and at the very lowest
rates uereioiore unneara or. rnese
goods recommend themselves to ladles
as speolal bargains at this season of the
year benoe It Is not saying ton much
wuen in auuition to ine tnrong or con-
stant visitors ten thousand more ladles
oan De accommodated with everything
neeueu lor tne winter.
Nov. 23 Arthur Hlgglns. aged
years rheumatism of heart second
waru. ue nor i eu dv nr. a. uraves
Nov 23-Anurea Itixlrlgnez. aged 3a
years consumption tirst ward. Report
ed by Dr. Rodriguez.
Nov. 22-Wui. II. Grayson aged M
years consumption second waru
norieu ov nr. i new.
Nov. 20 -Mr. Rllev. aged (13 roars en
terectoiny for cancer of bowels second
waru. or Auoipn ueru.
There has just been received and
opened at L. Wolfson's tbe grandest as.
aortment of fine carpets consisting of
iuo uiuai ucaiuiiui pauerna in oooy
ltrussels Brussels Ingrain and two and
three ply's; tbese are accompanied by
suitable matches In patterns colora and
general make-ups of mats and rugs of all
sizes not to forget a largo assortment of
crumu cioioa lor inning-room purposes.
Maklngand comblulng the assortment
and various patterns the largest In thn
southwest. In connection with this It
snouiu not De rorgotten that a new eup
ply of about two hundred rolls of mat
ferent colors to suit the taste or tba most
fastidious specially when tbe Inquiring
purchaser ascertains tbe low prices at
which these goods are offered. Parties
wishing or In want or carpets mattings
or other goods to cover parlor dining or
bed-room floon.sbnnld never fall to first
get acquainted with the low prices of L
Is He Wanted Here?
Sheriff J. E. Billings of Jackson
county baa In custody a Jdexlcan named
Rafael Balderas Ave feet six Inches In
height having astar on the breast and
soar across both Hps who lived In this
city and wbo ha thinks la wanted In
San Antonio. lie Is writing tbe polloa
on inn auujeoi. uaioeraa ana a com
panlon Quadalopo Garcia ara under In
uiciueni mere tor men or horses
A FAMILY JAIt.
Hoparatlon or Husoand and Wlfo and
the Taking ot Ills Two Clilldron
by the Husband.
Several years ago Mr. Cicero Cullen
came on to San Antonio and wedded
Mrs Beck a beautiful elegant and ac-
complished widow whose first husband
had been a prominent figure In Uexar
county. Mr. Cullen and Mrs. Beck bad
known each other In their youthful
days In Pensasola. and had been lovers
In the time of "The purple light of love
and young desire." Iluf after they were
wedded the fact became painfully ap-
parent tbat they were somehow inli-
matohed either In temper or tempera-
ment and they separated some two
years ago but with no feelings ol
estrangement to embitter their separa-
tion. Pretty soon after this separation
the parties "kissed and made It up" and
matters ran along smoothly In their ac-
customed grooves 'until about two
months ago. when a second separation
occurred. Air. Cullen is engaged In buy-
ing and shipping bones and he was ab-
sent from San Antonio In the prosecu-
tion of his business for several weeks
but returned about ten days ago. He
called almost dally to see bis wife wbo
resides on Avenue I) but she declined
to see him hut at his earnest request a
few days ago she went Into the parlor to
seo him frankly Informing him that
marital relations never could be re-established
between them. Mr. Cullen
very reluctantly aoqulsced In her de-
cision and proceeded to say he wanted
to have the photographs or their two
little sons taken.and desired her to have
them dressed for this purpose. Mrs.
Cullen at once assented and hastened lo
get tbe two little boys ready and the)
went on wun ineir latuer wno nau
their photographs taken by an artist In
the oily and then carried tbem back lo
their mother banding her a photograph
of each one of the boys. The next day
Mast Thursday) he called and asked Mrs.
Cullen If be oould take the two boys out
to San Pedro springs and as she cheer-
fully consented he went off with the
two boys. Late that evening he ad-
dressed a note to Mrs. Cnllen telling
her tnat be desired to take the children
to the theatre at Turner hall and as It
would be late before tbe theatre would
olose he asked permission to have the
boys stay all night with him at the
Southern hotel where be was stopping.
Mrs. Cullen cheerfully agreed to the
proposed arrangement as she was per
redly unsuspicious but later on. after
dark she beoarae uneasy and Informed
Mr. Beck a brother of her first nisbsnd
of her uneasiness and her fears and he
Immediately went to Turner ball when
he was told there was no play tbat
nignt. ue men went to ine nouioern
hotel where he was Informed that Mr.
Cullen was not there. Mr. Cullen and
tbe two boy.4 aged five and three years
have not yet been found In the cltv.
Telegrams were sent out on all the rail
roads and the police were sent to bunt
the parties. Mrs. Cullen Is almost dis-
tracted. MINSTRELSY IN DOE UN E.
jruliieto open the llarujonr Hall there. Ac
Hiley (lorrton;) "Wily Uker"(W. I. Merff;i
Marr la Gone with a Coon." Uoodwln
MitcuellaanirA Mothcr'a Watch brthebea."
trv" and II. A. Oaklov anir "When thi
iprlnfr-tmio comes Airaln. Tliu wboloof thlt
hu tint nart. cmled with a liaio hall
match between the llocrno 1 1 loo and San
Antonio Itlacka. It waa tlirilllnir In tho ox
ine aeconu nart own til nit i than-
pan lion of E. A. Oak toy ' lungat then Oortinn
ma dooo Sl (ialveaton: Will
Hole Oakley Walton
posed aa tho "1'olagkl Hrothera" to their
discredit. When this wua done ilonlonand
Hern appeared as The Jolly Twins." Then
Madison Dallas and Hotn posed ua tho "PIUmdii
Mitchell. 1 lor IT and dordun soothed tht
lloornltca. Wllhelm Man did a little fit!
minr ami then iierir unuier lli'cy (lonioti
(llitaoti and Hot
appeared In tho farce of
Hoe r no I he only fault that can bo found with
them Is their macujucradlng In dlijrulae. If
tho boys want to play thla trick ajraln they
should he careful that the MuiiT doesn't shlno
To the Voters of tho City of San Antonio:
I moat respectfully announce myself as a
tvndldate for tho Doslttoo of Htreet Cotnraia.
sinner at the coming' city election and prom-
tho ballot 1 am rcapcctrnllr
Jas.T. A. IIowman
Aranaaa Pasa Notes.
Cant. Kenedy has returned from Monte
Conductor Burt broueht In on bis
train yesterday a Mexican named Jesus
Ramirez wbo bad his rlgbt foot terribly
maabed by a bar of Iron while working
wun tne iraoa-iaywK Kane on tne
Waoo tan. Enquiry deTeloneil tbe fact
tbat It waa bis own carelesnesa wblob
caused It or as tbe law would term It
It was a case of "contributory nefr.ll-
gence" He was however on Lis arri
val nere sent to a nooior in aconveyance
by train-master Creaser.
Time card 11 goes Into efleot Monday
November 29tb. This will cause tbe
train which left bere at 0 a. m. hereto-
fore to depart from the I It O. N. depot
at 10:15 a. m. Arrive at H. A. & A. P.
depot at 10:30 and due at Corpus Cbrlstl
at 8:35 p. m.
Mr. Joseph MoNelll la erecting In tbe
vicinity oitne depot a Diaoxsmitn s
and private residence.
Train men running between here and
Corpus Cbrlstl report tbat there la a
vast amount of all kinds of game be
tween tbese points along tne line.
The new Hotel de Carroll will be
ready for ocoupanoy tntbe course of a
Gentlemen youths and boys wanted to
Inspeot try on and purchase one of
those handsome winter suits of ready-
made clothing at L. Wolfson's White
Elephant olothlngemporlum. Notwith-
standing tbe Immense and constant
drain by tba large dally sales which
keen tbe large number ol salesmen In
constant employment Mr. Wolfson
keeps and adds dally supplies to tbe
same and no establishment In the south
has aa magnificent an assortment In
tyle variety or quality as to make up
price or otherwise than thlt establish-
ment. There baa also Just been opened
which for low prloo and fine quality of
material anu general maie-up recom-
mend themselves to everv arentleman
wbo withes to be well protected during
the cold weather. Don't fall to pay the
Wblte Elephant clothing establishment
visit ana max your puronase.
Unheard of Prices in Dry Good?
Prices So Low That
o Aa.orliiH-iit only
liiKTHln rnrri nw line.
HiipcrCnrtK-tf llfiht pattern.
.All-Wool futr Kxtra
lirmifl CnriH'tf only
r. aianl I
6"0. ajartl i
r'ic. arard 1
7&o. a rani
Atl'ie. ir jard Worth J'w.
l or "So. per rani Han Home. . .. Worth H.
for t.'to. iht yanl All-Wool Utxids
-BE SURE TO
HIS & OPPIIIEIIEI
212 and 214 COMMERCE STREET.
And look at our Immense Bargains before you buy.
Something 4- IeW
Cor. Military Plaza
500 Five-Pound Pails Mince Meat.
100 Ten-Pound Pails Mince Meat.
10 Twenty-Pound Pails Mince Meat.
10 Forty-Pound Pails Mince Meat.
New Salt Pickles Imported Sauer Kraut.
New Crop Bouquet Syrup New Crop Maple Sugar.
ALSO IN STOCK
New Wliittater Han Smoked Tonpe.
OA I.I. AND KXAMINK MY LA HUE
STOCK OK NEW OOODS AT PUICES
THAT CANNOT UK UNDKItSOLD.
FOR STRICT COMUISSIOatR.
Illdomr work as I bavo dono inthoDaat.
and will work for tbo beat Interest ot tho tax-
payers or tho elty or San Antonio.
'OR CITY COLLECTOR
Tlio iindertdirned Inoat reanoctfullv- an.
lonncealiluiaelf totho citizens aa .candidate
tor re-election to tho office or City Collector at
Frmi. C lUvxiaiM.
Wish to Buy a Neat Well-Fitting
SUIT OF CLOTHES FOR FALL;
IK m. UX)K AT
Elegant Line at $IO.OO
$1 1.50. $13.50 $15
Hats Shirts Underwear
252 and 254 Main St
Rehearsals were held yesterday for the
"tableaux" and drill to be given on De-
cember Utb 7th and 8tb In aid of the re-
pairs on .the Episcopal chnrcb. Great
raise la due Mrs. Leonard Mrs. Habn
In. Edwards and Professors Sehnaltb.
and Kyth for tbe untiring efforts they
are making to create a suocess. The
next rehearsal la at the Belknap armory
We are Determined to Mike Oir '
Everybody Can Boy.
21 Men'f flulti only toft. for...... 95 W
HojrtV Hull Tecy Tory cheap only . t 60
Fine Ocnl' CftMirocro Bulla onIr 00
Splendid Mcn'i Orerco&ta onlj. 9 00
Mlatss' Hood quality Ilutton Boots.
Ladles' Ileal Hand-Hewed Ilutton.
1(M White Woolen niankela
lt-4 Vine Quality lllankets
in "lne California Mlanket
Ladlea' Knit Veil
Chlldren'a Knit Veals...
Uenta' Knit Shirts.......
Oenta' Fancy Multa
and Trevlno Avenue.
AS FOLLOWS :
CARTER & MULLALY.
Livery Feed and Sale Stables.
43 and 44 Alamo Plan
SAN ANTONIO. ... TBXAS.
CaUslattendad day anti
oscAii aaaosTBOat. t our
Undertakers Funeral Dimtort.
Liven Stalilei & Eacb Ctnuetii
Racks No. 1011 If 13 It U. Ua4r
OS&oe at mum stmt and tHabisa oa
Manx.r Hotel. B'dlea embalmed staslAl
all points tetrLUnlon. OnlyWMUaT'
thecltr. Open nay and
Wood ror tVd.
Bast noat oak wood for aaU aii ta
esdetlvtsNd. Send orders ta M. iS
vii euuvsuajr utjxt . o. p bj.
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