THE DAlLt ASTOEIAN, ASTOEIA, WEDNESDAY MOli&LNU, JUNE l4 itti3. ABOUT THE CUT. The shipment of canned salmon goes on steadily. Oregon strawberries at Smith's today. Kemember McGuire's Hotel at Sea side la open the year around. Fine fresh Oregon strawberries at reasonable prices. Koss, Hlfrglns & Company. Raser's Root Beer Superior, to all others. - If you want some 'extra line photos, Jloof rs is the place to get mem. , Astoria will be" represented by sev eral pioneers at the Portland reunion on Thursday next. The Belmont cigar can be had at Chaa. Olsen s.- A Successful School Year. Meany Is the leading tailor and pays the highest cash price for iur skins. . People still speak with satisfaction of the High School's successful first nnmial commencement. Fresh Clatsop cieam received every morning at Colmann's. The original Root Beer Extract Is Raser's. The Scandinavian Society met last evening and decided to hold a picnic on August 13th at Seaside. Westport cream fresh every morning at Smith's Ice Cream parlors. Third St. Strawberries mann's. and cream at Col- George Bishop,' arrested at Seaside on Sunday on a charge of embezzel- ment, was taken to Portland yesterday. For fine wines and liquors call at August Danlelson s Sample Rooms. Raser's Extract Root Beer, the pur est. The remains of the late Mrs. Roach were Interred at Greenwood yesterday. The funeral services were held in the Catholic church. The committee met yesterday morn ing and decided to postpone the Pioneer Picnic until Wednesday next at ten ' o'clock a, m. Del. Ferguson, general Job printer, Astorian building, upstairs. First class work at reasonable rates. Pre-emption claims were yesterday proved up on by Sam Ekoos and Jo seph Nyman, and James W. Nelson proved up on his homestead entry. You can get the best 10-cent or two-for-a-quartfer cigars in Astoria at Chas. Olsen's. I P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, San Fran cisco, is our authorized agent. This paper is kept on file at his olllce. The funeral of Peter Nelson who was drowned on Sunday near Booth's can nery, will take place at 10' o'clock this forenoon. Interment at Greenwood. Parties visiting In Portland can get The Daily Astorian at Handley & Haas' news stand, 150 First street. Free at Crow's gallery, n life-size crayon with every dozen cabinets or dered. Offer good for 30 days. Many complaints are still being re ceived regarding the condition of the water from the city reservoir. "Whether It Is healthy or not is a question, but It Is certainly disagreeable to the taste. Buy Raser's Root Extract to make a healthful, refreshing beverage. Sold everywhere; AVIiik I.ee has just received a full line of Japanese curiosities and fancy goods. Will sell at cost, 52.9 Third street. A flnhlng boat was capsized near Re public spit yesterday afternoon, and one of the occupants, the boatpuller, drowned. The name of the man lost was Bald to be Horton. One of the life-saving crews saved the captain of the boat. Fresh fish received at the Albatross Fish market dally. Salmon 10 cents per poundv For all kinds of job printing, go to Del. Ferguson, upstairs, Astorian build ing. ' A contract was lot yesterday to Messrs. Wlckman & Lebeck for the grading and planking of the triangu lar piece of street connecting Hemlock and Fifth streets. The amount of sur face area Is 710 square feet, and the price $135 for the entire work. Cigars of the choicest brands. Includ ing the Belmont, Flor de Madrid, and Wedding Bouquet can be hadat Frank Rogers & Co.'s store. There Is no place In Astoria where John Kopp's famous beer Is kept In such good condition as at TJtzlnger's popular resort. The school board met yesterday for the purpose of electing a city superin tendent. . The balloting was without result, and the election was postponed until Monday next. Three names were put forward Professor Wright, Coun ty Superintendent Lyman, end II. B. Ferguson. The two former each re ceived two votes and the latter one. The Children's Guild of Grace church will give an entertainment Thursday Juno lath at 2:30 o'clock. Fancy ar ticles and ice cream for sale. Admis sion 10 cents children 5 cents. Owners of horses can purchase Camp bell's Hoof Remedy, and all the Col umbia Veterinary Remedies at Fred. Sa'?:' Saddlery establishment. The Union Pacific agency here has received word that the rates made by the Great Northern to Pacific coast and Intermediate points would be met at once by the Union Pacific. This means that the reduced rates went into effect on the Union Pacific as well as on the Northern Pacific and Great Northern Friday. ' All nersons having books of the operetta, "The Twin Sisters" are re quested to return them to the Public Library room as soon as possible. Parties called upon to perform the a a, .Una in rclntlvpd or friends Will DUU VI V. 11 -J -" - find both moderate charges and court eous treatment at tne unaercaKin es tablishment of William Pohl. Do not mi-take the iJilnw: Third sirvt, lw tween Cass and Main. Final report' of Court street school and the High school for the year be ginning September 5, 1892, and ending June 9, 1893. List of promotions for Court street school and the high school for the term ending June 9, 1893. . . Promoted from First grade, B class, to A class Clare Marlen, Winnie Har mon, Bessie Hill, Bertha Simpson, Edith Blount, Signl Baker, Alice West erberg, Ardle Nylund," Freddie Fergu son, Parnell O'Hara. Vallie Millard, Carl Osmonson, Henry Hoefkl, Willie Beck. Promoted from First grade, A class, to Second grade,. B class Llllle Olsen, Mamlo Wilson, Ella Hare. Hazel Stock ton, Mabel Spedden, Katie Lucey, Til- lie Matson, Fay Andrews, Zoe Weath erford, Annie Kronstadt, Charlie Jeffery Willie Carlson, Ellis Weatherford, Paul Ross, Julius Moeller, Ole Besseberg, Thomas Besseberg, AVlllio Gardner, Ot to Erlckson, Gerhard Lahtl. ". Promoted from B class, Second Grade, to A class, Second grade Charlie Bur ton,. Alex Gilbert, Alfred Qustafson, Teddle- Higglns, Lloyd Holt, John Kln- kella, Isaao Lantto, Henry Mattson, Grover Utzlnger, Walter Wilson, Jack Ferguson, Johnna Jensen, Lena Cam- Inetta, Mary Campl, Lizzie Drennon Myrtle Green, Mary Anclorsonl Ina Landen, Llllle Lldwell, Bessie Lund. qutst, Frances Nordberg, Bertha Oa- senbruggen, Laura Walkley. Promoted from A class, Second grade, to B class, Third grade Fritz Johan sen, Arthur Johnson, Grant Johnson, Louis Klnkella, Jamie Landen, Ella Lantto, Erb Leberman, Emll Munson, Will Ossenbruggen, Nellie Drennon, Arnold Schmld, Alex Errlckson, Annie Carlson, Tlllle Daveneau, Frankle Es ted, Laura Fastabend, May Ferchen, Fay Leberman, Norma MercuHo, Katie Nordberg. Promoted from Third grade, B class, to Third grade A class Roy Ferguson, Gussla Kinney, Grayson Voeth, Philip Gearhart, Ullma Carlson, Jennie Nowl en, Annie Lundwell, Peter Johnson, Sidney Snow, Cecil Westerberg, Willie Wilson, Alice Jeffery, Ella Lucey, Lena Smith. Promoted from Third grade, A class, to Fourth grade, B class Lloyd Hawes, Dennle Leucey, Arthur Rouslow, Emlle Lahtl, Rosa Barker, Agnes O'Hara, Grace Buker, Bell Buker, Hattle Cohen, Bessie Gregory, Ida Hendrlckson, Bes sie Staples, lone Hawes, Lollta Grange, Etta Susman. Promoted from B class, Fourth grade, to A class, Fourth grade John Allen, Peter Flnlayson, Guy Green, Charles Johnson, George Johnson, Charlie John son, Chester Jordan," -Bert Ross, Carl Ross, Charles Stockton, Herman Schmld, Allie Wirt, Myra Bowman, Lll lle Carlson, Elsie Elmore, Eliza Hoofke, Mary Hoefke, Marlpn Mooters, Alema Hyland, Sophia Larotll, Hannah Sus man, Mamie Smith. Promoted from Fourth grade, A class, to Fifth grade, B class Charlie Cleve land,. Edgar Gearhart, Eddie Lewis, RoUprt Voeth, : Eddie Wilson, Lloyd Uhlenhart, Chester Lawrence, Elinor Cronk, Posy Heilborn, Ida Norberg, Hattle Utzlnger. Promoted from Fifth grade, B class to Fifth grade, A class Clifford Brown, John Flnlayson, Albert Kinney, Abram Snow, Ernest Westerberg, Llllle Carl son, Joanna Johnson, Helen Luccason, Mamie Lucey, Mary Nowlen, Annie Ol sen, Lula Estes, Emma Twilight. Promoted from Fifth grade, A class, to Sixth grade, B class, Verna David son, Clara jjunDar, esiena unnun, Edith Habersham, Mary Kronqulst, Delia Millard, Nellie Mason, Laura Par ker, Kate Rauslow , Clyde Bayles, Frank Carnahan, Willie Cyrus, Don De Force, Erie Hanson, Willie r Johnson, Randall Reed. Promoted from Sixth grade, B class, to Sixth grade, A class Louis Ulrlch, Alma Johnson Annie Jeffery, Bessie Lu cey, Winnie Lovett, Nellie Lldwell, 01 ga Noe, Florence Ross, Robert Sped den, Agnes Brady, Herbert Trulllnger, Promoted from Sixth grade, A class, to Seventh grade; B class Magnus Crosby, Henry Jordan, Terry McKean, Shirley, Ross, Adolph Rllppa, Roy Twombly, Neal Gearhat, Fred LIdberg, Charles Sturgls, Charles Johnson. Promoted from Seventh grade, B class, to Seventh grade, A class Janey Douglas, Hilma Erlckson, Hilda Erlck son, Mary Jeffery, Annie Nolen, Clara Simpson, Ida Gustafson, Reba Hobson, Myrtle Blinn, Florence Turner, Katie Wirt, Pearl Estes. Promoted from Seventh grade, A class, to Eighth grade, B class Genie Brock, Anton Erik, Nln Crosby, Bennie Marlen, Katie Scannel, Hllma John son. Promoted from Eighth grade, B class, to Eighth grade, A class Emma Ans- mus, Lizzie Busey, Maggie Higglns, Sadie Imhoff, Ella Rowell, Sarah Smal ley, Roscoe Cassell, Antolne Nowlen, George Ralston, Lorlng Hlnson, Char He Jordan. Promoted from Eighth grade, A class, to Preparatory High School Ltnei BHnn, Corrtne Hanson, Annie Olsson, Bessie Ross, Maude Spedden, May Ut zlnger, Myrtle Welch. HIGH SCHOOL PROMOTIONS. Promoted from Preparatory High School to Junior class, First grade Nell Carnahan, Susie Elmore, Amelia Gan non, Frankle Holden, Alice Llndahl, Ethlene Mason, Maud Stockton, Nellie Utzlnger. Promoted from Junior class. First year, to Senior class. First year - Katie SInnott, Bert Ross, Florence Twombjr, Floyd Dement, Paul Badollet. Promoted from Senior class. First JEFF'S, TS5 Gil) E liuuiuutuut. year, to Junior cluss. Second year AU da Riippa, Kittle Rutter, Violet Bowl by. Promoted from Junior class, Second year, to Senior class, Second year Per cy Sovey, Annie O'Neill. Promoted from Senior class. Second year, to Junior class, Third yeat Al fred - Cleveland, Will Levlngs, Ethel Mathlson. Graduated Kate Dement, John Mo- Cue, Martha Gilbert. Following la the roll of honor for the term and year. Those marked with star have been on the roll of honor for the entire year: Edith Blount, Edith Benson. Ardle Nylund. Antolne Mer- curio. Vallie Millard, Julius Moeller, Thomas Besseberg, Ellis Weatherford, Lou Klnkella, Charley Burton, Alex Gilbert, Norma Mercurlo, Lizzie Dren non. Bessie Lundquist, Bertha Ossen- brugen, Joanna Jensen, Willie Wilson, Lilllo Lldwell, Philip Gearhart, Jack Ferguson, Maysle Parker, .Grayson Voeth. Peter Johnson, Etta Susman, Don - De Force, Ethel Stinson, May Kronqulst. Laura Parker, Nellie Mason, Stella' Gannon, Oscar Prael, Winnie Lovett, Alma Johnson, Agnes Brady, Emll Lahti, Fanny Seket, An nie Lundwall, Bell Buker, Lena Smith, Luddy Carlson, Charlie Johnson, Ches ter Jordan, Herman Nyman, Herman Schmld, Fred Ulrlch,- Allle Wirt, Alena Nyland, Llllle Carlson, Ernest Wester berg, John Flnlayson Annie Ward, Robert Voeth, Edgar Gearhart, Elin or Cronk, Helen Olsen, Illlka Schurlng, Gussle Wirt, Emll Joupper, Neal Gear hart, Magnus Crosby, Henry Hansen Henry Jordan, Myrtle BHnn, Katie Wirt, Roscoe Cassell, Charlie Jordan, Lorlng Stinson, Emma Ansmus, Liz zie Busey, Mabel Ohler,' Sadie Im hoff. Irene Johnson, Ethelene Ma son, Annie .O'Neill, Kate Dement, Martha Gilbert, Ethel Mathlson, Sher man Planting, Bert Ross, Reba Hob son. , The follolwlng is the report, for the month ending June 9, 1S93. WAtiTEn. FI1KE urepairi (unfit. Oi.e ot our airciit.s lias earned over $::O,uO0 in live years. Y. O. liox 1.171, N. V, 0 AlKSM IN .-K.N K It G ETIO M KN . tO 1 FOR SALf.. 7 YOKE OK WORK OXKN WITH YOKFS I anil clittlu. For sale cheap for exsh, or un proved security U. C. L. It M. (Jo. Mayger, Or. V 7 S3 k-M.-M ...'4 ." M 3 ki) n t : t s t : : t? tr '5 oiff :?: -i ro . i P . s I i S'.S. 3 ttk Ot C V No. Boy Enrolled. No. Girls Enrolled. Total No. Eorolled. Pays Alto; dance. Days absence. Per cent of Attendance. Per cent of Punctuality. 4.?.9.5J5? Tlmcs Tardy. "S.t Avlra8e d'ly belonging A verago d'ly tttleml'no K - C CS M 01 C C 3 5 5"' a 5-S" 2. ITS O'SJ'5 sen Corp'l Piil.hmw,t Visitors. n V n Through the efficient and untiring aid of my assistants, backed by a firm and generous school board, the school has maintained a high standard of punctu ality and attendance. Mrs. Busey, Miss McKean, Miss Brodie, In the Primary department; Miss Nlckerson, Miss Say re and Mies Campbell In the Interme diate department; Miss Lyons, Miss White and Miss Powell in the Gram mar department, and Miss Badolettmy assistant In the High School, are teach ers worthy of their hire", and all have been zealous workers ' throughout the year. They all deserve to be rein stated. The year Just past has been one of hard work on the part of almost every pupil In School. A few have failed to realize that an education comes only through persist ent effort. The promotions for the school, found above, comprise about 75 per cent, of the school, being about 6 or 7 per cent, above last year. The High School has had a year of growth. I am glad to note that It Is gradually growing Into a permanent Institution, one that the citizens of Astoria cannot afford to do without. Properly supported, It means thousands of dollars annually saved to those who desire to give their boys and girls a liberal education. The course of study for the coming yejur has been -lengthened and made equal In extent to those of Portland, Seattle and other cities. There are now three courses of study the Latin, English and Business cours esthe Latin and English, three years each, the Business course two yearg. There has also been a course of reading which goes through the three years. Literary work Is required of all stu dents. Our society anniversary, recently held, speaks as to the character of that work. Altogether I am glad Jo report the school In a prosperous growing condition, and we hope for even better things In the future. With kindly re membrances of the support given me, by teachers, the board, .and the pat rons, I am, very respectfully, R. N. WRIGHT, Principal. aQ ACRES jaS.OOPER ACR2 IMPROVED t) funning lund with Iruit, tree, lit) anrcs cleared, 2j antes pasture. Dwelling homo, wre house and otlitT uiilldlnK. mile from Steum'juiit landing Ht UrooktU'Ul, by bout or rotut. Iiuiuiro of owiKT on oivinistu .VLlta. It. K STlCKLfc.lt, CHEAP A FKW ClIOK'K LOTS IN AUMK'S Astorla-Eaiv t-rins. .Se Prank SoUtle at torney at law 17: Cilhs gtr?et. JiOO.VS TO REST, O TTaGBOK FIVE ROOMS; KJJ.VT, l iliii()ime at Mr, E. u, ii ji.ir..N s. rUJRNlKHRI) HOUSH L' trally U'C.Htd. rUJRNISIIKI) Jj .home. out. No, liver K5 M F 1 BOOMS. CKN- Inquire at tills oilinu. STIlhT thiiiitL'h' tf l'1'.LI..M Kl II. ROOMS, MAIN rylhlnt! newly titled alii st. At RS, 11 NICELY PUKNHI1UI) ROOMS BY U vY, week nrmoiiilt terms verv reaionnliio :ii Hie Oriel, 71U Third ytrot. rousn. s'-"-- V f , :o U.S.M. H !.? t ) Our Slock Represents Over 1000 Styles. Trouserings, Overcoatings, Suitings. Prices $5 to 50. Samples, Self.measurep.ient Rules, and Tape-line ailed Free. TAILC 128 FIRST STKEET, Portland, Oregon. 1 1'IEOIC Of SMALL MK-WI NKT. OWNI'.lt ( can havd lli su i. liv linvint; cluuves n"d provliiR in'ooorty. Intnilie at IMIlsr Ruck, Or. M isc ax t:u vs. c AI L 'ON P. RAKKK. 478 1H!I!I) SI KKUT Hiid have your el'dhes dyt d ni:tl cleano I. (IhO. MoLKAV, OO.Kl OLVUY AM) A -I tor street.", does a Kentir.il btlslm sslit bliwk. stnitliliiK and repairing. For Ibw Yoit Direct Tlio A 1 Clipper SIiId SOLITAIRE THOMPSON.Miistor. . , Is now on bertli as above, and having large engagements will receive prompt despatch. For rates of freight and other particulars apply to" Sutton a Ueebe, Agts.,; 16 Front St. North, Port land Or. Or to C. P. Upshur, - , .Astoria, Or Motif f sr SakI Worth more thaft standard value worth two for one for the World's Fair and more than that to you. We are selling half-dollars for a dollar a-piece. You get a MACHINE SHOP JAS. DALGITY, 1'i op'r. (Successor to Arndt&Fcrohcn.) Dnlldv Pnrvulplitd, nnA Pftnnnrv Wntb Ppnnfl. lngof River Crnft a Npeeiitlty. Machlno Work of all kinds done. Shop, loot of Lnfiiyttlo Ht. Seaside Saw Mill. Acotnnlete Btork of lumber on liund in the rough or drefsed. Floorinit. Rustle, Ccillntr, and all kinds ol (iiilRh: Monldiinrs hikI Hliin- glos; also Bratiket Work done to order. Terms rcasouaote ana pncn at neo tock. ywi oruers promptly atteitded to. Olllce and yard at mill. u. r. 1.. liuud) rroiJr, - Seaside, Oregon, ROSSHIGCIN&S& CO., butchers - and - Grocers, Astoria and Upper Aitnila. Finn Teas and Ooff es, Talilo I)elieaols, " Domestic and Tropical Fruits, Vetseut-bie-i, sugar cured liams, bnc.n, etc. CHOICE FRESH & SALT MEATS CAMPBELL IttiOS. (Sncoessors t" Warren & OsmpDetl), WARRKNTON, ORKOON, Dealers lu XX-T" GOODO, GENTS' FURNISHING 0001)3, -. Hats, Caps, Boots, 8'nocs STAPLE GROCERIES FANCY Utrdirare, Iron end Steel, Crockery, Glasswart Woodenware, Notions, etc.. Hay, Grain, Flour aud Feed. BOTTOt "Small I'rollU on Cash Bales." HUNTER & MERGENS, Proprietors of tlie o.'s Corner Popond and Benton str. els I'oiner'llilnl and We-t Klulitli streets, Foard & Stokes Healers In Glassware, Crockery, Slilp Suiille, Inhnepn. Wines and Fine Wlihkles. Flue lea and Cofli'e a Snecialtv. 'I lie Fmect Display ol Frulis lo 'lie Citv, Fresh on Kvery Bteainer. Corner of Third and West KlK'tn Btreets. eumrs omm SYRUP, F0R COUGHS. COLDS AND CROUP. THE CHILDREN LIKE IT. Whrn a cfciM, mcthrr gave mo onion lymp for O tir-,C Ui nnd Croup (ntnrn I Rivft ftto my lit tio onM. 'j'nflr ( notriiUT o ftmpln, nafo mud ura. Vr. Dunn's Onion Svmp U ai harmless and pl ntto ihe !-to3 honey, liiii f mother how named f, wiiy nut try UP Hold M Ui oeau. For sale by J. W. Conn, Druggist WTO li ILU b r;) J --i S K vv u ' if) rt s9 i i i r -3 - 75: i! out? Para C xa.M cfl il : V uacu la iviiiaoas or ilorr.ei n r 1 Vf-ars tbe Standard Criminal in Design. World s Fair Souvenir Coin for a Dollar DcatitifaT in Execution. Pace Market value, value. 5.00 900.00 1. 00 900.00 .eo 52.50 .05 100.00 01 . 5.00 .01 50.00 24-33 3?-o 1. 00 4.00 .66 1.25 .66 1.25 A Work 0? Art in Itself. We devote the entire amount towards developing tnd ennobling the People's Great Fair. Souvenir and Rare Coins as an Investment. . toln. (J. S. $5 Goldpicce 1822 U. S. 1804 Silver Dollar U. S. Half-Dollar. 1796 U. S. 1802 Silver 5 -Cent Tiecc U. S. 1856 Eagle Penny U. S. 1793 Copper Cent (Amor:) Queen's Jubilee 5-Sovreign, Eng. Napoleon's 100-day $h., French. King William Coronation, Ger. x86x German "Peace" Coins 187 1 Thi? will be the best investment you ever made A World's Fair Souvenir Coin A National Heirloom for only $ LOO Under Act of Congress we have 5,000,000 Souvenir Coins, of the denomination of 50 cents each. That the money may go as far as possible, , and that all the people may have a chance to pro - cure these artistic and patriotic souvenirs of their own Exposition,' we have resolved to offer the whole issue for sale at $1.00 each. Apply to any Bank, or send Post Office or Express Money Order, Bank Draft, or Registered Letter for as many coins as you wish, with instructs Iw.y to send them to you, to Trcrsutfr V.;r!". Cctebian Exposition, ' rvCAHO, ILL. y Has Just received ft flue lino ol WEDDING PRESENTS rmilstt!iR of Pllver lion lion Dlalie-, Fruit Dhlie, Herrv Dlshtw, Nut I'owl. Miist.iut I'otn. IWciilr, .linn. Celery OIhhhi , Hair I'ln 'imys, I'ln CihI'Iihk. 1'leliiin Frames, Mlimrs, ole., nil new g'n!s mill latent ileslKiH. Hcrcliant Steamship' Co.'s . I.lne, OonneclliiB witU Cr.iIliK I'nclrlo Itnllwajr ntid Cliln Klem 8Ulp Line, la'iliiK frPl(,'lit hii1 iiH.sirnKers fur Tort Ane. len. Vlemila, I'-nl '!'( ns'iul, ceiitlle, Tiuvmia, Wliuleoiii, Fiilrliaven, Shua mo, New Wesliniii ster an I V aneouver Invlii Aloi 111 : N. 8. Ilaviian i.Ojiuliliu H H. WlliniiiKton rl. n, Maylliiii Kni ulilie Krelalit received lit lla tler wlmif, foot ( Main nt'-eet. For fnrllier paMWailiti'ii ajjply in Hie oHice, corner Tbiril an J Main stu et. FKitdUHON HltO-i.. Ahii h North Pacific Brewery JOHN KOPP, Pioprletor. Uolieniian Lager - IJeor 1 .. .1 VV T All onlcrproniptly'nttenilP(lto, Tide liable for Aatorju. JVHB. UlUH WATKB. 1'.. I F.. i H .. H.. 4 M. f. T .. 0 W. 7 '".. h: K.;. H.. 10 H 11 M.I2 T.. V V'.ll T.. I '. F.. Hi H.. 17 M M. r.' r..a V.-'l AM. ! I'. M. TT.m.T ff-"iT "t"i"-""7 1" "' (I -1 1 II 1 M 2 M .1 17 4 W A 10 n is 7 su H 4(i 9 V, 11 01 4 11 M 4 11 4 i'f h II 0 8 ti Iff T 7117 s :.7 10 0 II 1 H 1 hi 2 li A :r, 4 i R : ;') r, ic, 6 Ki ll Y.VI LOW WATKU. II. 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