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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               SALE. I Took, Goods. the Origc- oods." rs a Trial anta, Ga. VOL. XXII. ATLANTA, (JA., TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 22, 189O. PRICE FIVE CENTS. a it d THE BOYCOTT 18 THE THING THE SUGGESTION MEETS WITH FAVOR The Constitution Endorsed in All Parts of Georgia. m GORDONS ENTHUSIASTIC LETTER. Major Glenn's Those of Pat Calhoun, AM) MANY OTHERS From en part ot Georgia comes the news of pnthus T.IIC endorsement ol THE CONSTI lume plan Tin n is but one it is the same en nitre Tho pie of Ihe people of Goor Em ihi. i c plo of the entire south are a nnit ioi tl Ti l> icott rj of the day 13 an interesting All d  highest poht ical in 1 his been tc To instrument xl in some- ilegrtt in rcstoitng the re il hrothcrlio 1 of tlu jcoplo md thi true sKteihood of tho s atc n and homes a'l our c mntrjmen of tlio north wh maj to Ino among tis and TVO will still protect all their tm estments and rights of property, by impaitml laws and honest courts, but e shall counsel a return to the old system of electing represent Ui-ves 1 3 general ticket if need be or a resort to any lawful peaceful means in order to piotect the light of choosing representatives and to resist the wrong of ing them chosen for us by federal supervisors "We will still erdoavor to keep peace and promote good will bet-neon the races, and sin cerely hope that the southern negroes will not destroy their own prosperity by consorting with those whose mad policy threatens tho ell bem0' of both races shall still hope that after these years of apparent reconciliation and of restored confi- dence we shall not see the whole current of national sentiment turned backward and  ulh t tko nctuli nldressing their roimnun i ti  Utter au 1 thrcugh our chimbois ol commerce and then, as a last re sort this bcycott That is our final relief B VNKFKSj KVDORSIi. IT J 'I glanced tho cd t i ill c isu illj and can speak of it oiilj 111 gcnoial s the ilait >.ot It I hid to a coaih mado up north becaubc nobodj in Atlanta, or the state, could make exactlj I wanted Then tho eoiehmakor tued to soli mo a sot of liar ness !No sir1' I told him, I ran tho harness made just well in Atlanta, and mj. rule is to buy hoine things just as fai ns prac icablo I like the spirit of the editorial TIN CONSTITUTION has sounded tbo kej note poekotbook Tliats our plan of de- fense AIu L J HILL The plan is feasible It's the best thing THE CONSTITL TIOV did and the people are with it It is tho onlv practical method of aiousmg 1101 then in opposition to the bill foi it touches the pockaEbook I am heartily in accord with tho spirit of thit call AIrt IOFI HURT 'THF COI-STIILTION said the thing and said it So far i-s it is practieahle tho plan is the right one It is certainly on the right line Thit editorial in a newspaper sinco tho war Ifr tad the ring of the right metal in it, ftnd I am -willing to abide every letter of it to the end. Such a pol'cy would do more good in fiye years than i century at the paco we are traveling now to hiuld up the south and advance her in- dustrial interests I say if tho north persists in its policy as expressed in that bill) let's gU e them a good boycott Xf tins be the means resorted to to meet that force oS being a harden and an insult will prove the greatest blessing that has ever befallen onr people ui mj recollection TIIK Con'STrrurlou's edito- rial h is the true sound and it will strike a re- sponsive sentiment in honest southern mm s heait Onre we gor our hands On those yonkee s pockets well make them come to time D II BROWDEK, of Bninner Browder "1 hat strikes me as a very practicable idea All we need is a little organization to make it effectual It is the right thing to d all that rema ns is to do it when the occas- ion deminds It is just as THE CONSTITU- TION stated ibout cillmg a mass meeting If such a meeting weie called, i solid Home Rule fir it s could be organized easily Ma Louis O STEVBI.S, of J P Stevens Bro The article wis more to the point than anjthing I have jet read The jbojcott is tlie most effectual way of righting the wrong of such measures, provided the w hole south acts together I don't exactly mean whole south either, because there miny linos of goods this w ould be th. are which and then tftere are ought to be followed up The people are with IHK CONSTITUTION on that issue COLON FL B B MADBOX 'The plan isvox actly It is practicable all through The pe >plo endorse it to a man Speaking specifi callv, for our line of business, it is perfectly feasible THB CONSTITUTION is entirel> right MR TiVtNSHIP'S VIEWS MK KoBEitr WihSHiP of the Wmship Man- ufacturing company said "I think that the idea expressed in that editorial is tho only one that can be put into successful prar tico which will bung people to their senses It will do more tofrus late thoir evil designs than any thing else and I heartily approve of it Let the people of the south assert themselves and jou will see that those fellows vill sing a dif- ferent song SOME WHOLES A.LKKS A IEWS MAJOR JOHI. A FITTKN of T M Clark Co The editorial you printed Sunday ex- presses mj sentiments exactly, aud in my judgment it will accomplish a great deal of good The boycott policy is the best means I can think of to meet such an emergency It is exactly the way to thwait such partisanship as prompts measures like the force bill other lines m which it would not bo required If tho people of the south should show the same self sacrifice m this as they exhibited during the war, the north would come to terms, if not at lust it would come a little later on SOME OF THB UETAILERS Ma THOMAS THORN B, of Hoyt Thorne 'I am glad to see you, for I'm so full of enthuse asm on this score that I can't tie silent I am with jou heait aud soul I have just written a letter to Mr Hoyt, who is now in the iioith- eni markets, about THE CONSTITT TION'B able and timely editorial of Sunday I must tear the letter open and show you what I wrote Mr Thorne opened his letter to Mr Hoyt and read it He enclosed THE CONSTITUTION'S oditonil and asked Mr Hoyt to have it repro- duee 1 in the Trade Journal and in the Ameri- can Cirocei o H w ako those folio .vs up with this boy- cott without fail be continued, for it is the quickest waj to tot counteraction against this crmcious forco bill We cheer- fully join THE CONSTITUTION in the great undertaking, and will be unswerving anil unrelenting in our efforts to advance the cause s> manfulli tnkeii up KOIFRT IXHML. THE CONSTITUTION is on tbo p an I m st heartily concur the sentiments embodied in that etlitonal of '-mid ij Iho IIKK h ints not only here but a'l tho south ought to tight this thing out pMLtlj on the plan It is feasible, it is a "lotHj and a legitimate way of ar- guing the inf un us f ice bill I have already male up my mind to take an active part m tho home rule league whenever itis organ- and I hope other Atlanta merchant w ill ui the i inks that day It's tho only to fight the msults of republican legisla- tion MR J T PuFi'A "I am a-northern man an 1 came lu'io fifteen Years ago, and when I lead that ed loiml Sunday morning I roukl down to THF CONSTITUTION oiiito vi d< 1  s CONSTITUTION and I take this method oi moat lieartil> congratulat- ing you on it T fc, CAWTUOKN Endorsed in CAttimi i TON Ga July 21 ]-The editorial m faundaj a CoN-mrn ION headed To Meet the I orce .Bill h is met the favorable coin went inCiirolItcm Hie business men as well as the farmers heaitilj endorse it Knots of men wou cl congregate on the street coiners and m the (stores toila-i to hear tlie editorial read and Uis cuss the merits and speak their endorsement the sanif our correspondent interviewed a num ber of merchants lawvers and farmers, and all endorse the editorial, and prououneo it a fine effort Judgo Sampson W Hams-said "It ia the finest editorial I have read in >cars lion L 1' MandcMlle Ilic best thing I ever saw in Tut. CONSTITUTION, I endorse every word of it.- Dr I P Cheney The best thing saw I endorse it Lawjerl M atkms Tbe finest edito- rial I ever loud G H W ebt The tiuest editorial Tin. CONSTI- TUTION ever published Professor O K Oleiin oi Macon It Is a mag nificent editorial as line as I ever read It will with what will follow it Ipigeon hole the infamous bill Rev W R Footo "I agree with THE CON BTITLTION It w ill save us from resorting to tlie Winchesters L, G Kramer president of the M ana P bank I endorse ever> word of it and will do my part to carry it out istruek tlie Keynote An VNT v Ga Tuly 21 18JO rtitors Constitu tion I beg to thank juu tor ur nol le editorial of vesteraTy oil the force bill It is the strongest I t read since the death of ou struek tlie itejiiote ol the situation biDNtv Roor THE POCKET NERVE TOUCHES THEM. THE flNSWERS flRE COMING FR3T, Two Republican Senators Gather Up Backbone MD WILL FIGHT THE FORCE BILL Senator Paddock Moved by the Appeals fiom Business Men, AND ALDRICH WILL FOLLOW came to the door a oliej from Winchesters, shot- guns and pistols hrt-d into him AV in Chester balls went throttpli bin hdul in front of Ins cars, and cut inpln-, tongue In two His bod> lees and. an ia were tilled with bullets Yet strange to say, lie alive last and conbt-ious but it was not regarded at, e thit he could live It thought that ht, know-) shot him but on ac- count of hts tongue being cut out. he cannot tell. There were a number of hhells picked up In the yard and it is thought the officers h ire a clue Iso reason m known for the shouting except that toa white boy TRKASUKKK HAKDEMA1VS UAUGHTEB THL. SEAT. Announcement of the Deatli of Represeiita tive Walker, of Missouri. Julj 21 In hia nrajer this morn- mp; the chaplain of the house feelingly alluded to the death of Ilepi e-.entative Walker of Missouri On motion of Mr Dockery of Missouri, 1 y unanimous consent it was ordered that the >ote on the original package bill shall be taken tomor row, and the- vote on the bankruptcy bill on Thurs morning Mr D jckerj then saul Mr SpeUter it has been but little more than tfteHem uuling at this verv I announced the death of that eminent Mifcflonrian Hon lamea N Bums lodiy the melancholy eb upon me of announcing to the house the death of another coll. Thi grim maul came unherilded to my friend James F his home in Dexter Ust vaatnrrta> afternoon at 2 o clock His resulted from congestion of the brai: Speaker, Missouri mourns Jiis f i to her interests fatthlul in public service hxmored, honorable and true in ill rel itions of ate life this Is not the hour to pronounce an eulogy upon the distinguished departed dead but at some appropriate time in the future the Missouri delegation will ask the he use to lay aside us i lin ir> Imsmos that a fitting tribute in ttlMJpan.it mi morj of t urlate ct lleijuc Resolutions were then unanimously ad tpted ex pressneof the sorrow with win h the h use h id he ird of the death i i Mr H utter and in willing fir the appointment ol a omunttee of members of the h mse an 1 of three ot the senate t take ortlt rs r the Inner il ceremonies fbe si eaker j t mte i tlie following gentlemen as members of tlie e mm ittft on the p irt ol the linust  use ti en it 1- 15 a mark of respect to tlie memorv ot UK. deceased adjourned sum lion Mo death i Mr he THE OPTION H VS EXPIRED. Paities Can Bid f i tlie And 3So-w Otl Piiietille Property IOII-IIILF Julj 21 special tJ the Times f r >m Kj Fajs The famous and much talked ol option of the James T Clmnhill syndicate tor the purchase of the 1 me Mountain Coal and lion compaii) of Pine ille matures and the option 1 be allowed to expire without being closed or accepted It 13 understood that Chun hill represented an American association limited which possesses an enormous quin tity of toa) and iron lamlb in southwestern Ken tueky and the stockholders of are pnn cipilly Englishmen The Imeville company s plant was offered to Churchill for fins would been accepted but for the con niet between managers of the life com pany The president ot that companj controls a iiiayontv intheboird of directors The lormer fave an option on property tor a lower sum than 1800000 and the Churchill people hearing of it relumed to piy that sum It is -very probable that negotiations will be opened up The J ist Tennessee Virginia, and Georgia people are also said to bo after the Fincville property READY TO REPORT. WASHINGTON, July 21 [Special The first republican senator to come squarelj ind openly against the force hill is beua-toi Pad dock, of Nebraska LLL THE CAUCLS In in with the New Journal correspondent, he sajs that he is unalteiibly opposed to the bill, and -will vote igainst it whether or not tho kenatoiial caucus decides to support it HE VISITFD THE TRADE CENTERS This decision he onlj bcoii reached bj him after long consideration of the sub- ject and much careful thought He lias been to the leading eastern centers of trade at New "iork, Boston, Providence Philadelphia and Tall Eiver and has talked about the effect of the bill with the leading busmen men of both parties The result has been that an almost unam mous sentiment against the bill has been dis- co v ered THEY FEAR, THE BOYCOTT They fear that if the bill is parsed the south ern people will m ike good their thre its of re- taliation by bovcottmg goods made 111 the north They therefore, behev e that it would be impolitic to pass the bill r VDDUCIv IS Senator Paddock says that these reasons seem so weighty to him that he will be forced to vote against the measure Senator Pad dock idded that he would not v ote for the bill whatever should be the decision of the caucus 'A sen itorial caucus, he savs is not binding but IB merely a confeicnce H IS TOO Another senator who will probably come out in .a dav or tv. o and take the s line position as held by Mr Paddock, is Sc: ator Aldrich, of Rhode Inland Ho has been overwhelmed with protests against the bill from business men of all parties, and has priclicallj decided not to sup port the bill He that if he should vote for it, he would vote against the best interests Of his constituents THE STEAMFRS AT STAKF A line of steamers is now luiming betw een Providence and Savannah, which would heavily bj sectional legislation Ho and Senator Padd >ck both sa> that thov- belies o the business interests of the whole countrj are opposed to the bill Thus THE CONSTITUTION will force the business interests to speak COT OT.EL LES1FR. K1TTLRNS Colonel Lester returned from Virginia to- day He has been vcrv ill, and is vet quite unwell Hewas, hovve er at the capital a few minutes tod tj lOSTMASTTRS FOR GEOFGIV J Q I andnem, Flat Creek, Tivette couutj C Deal Siko, Biilloch county OIS THE TAKIFT DHLX Becomes the Wife of Mr. Jesse of Augusta AUCUSTA Gi July 21 For several rumors of an elopement and marriage been current among the friends of a wei know n young gentleman of this cit> and a young laily visitor to Augusta vvlio is well known in, Atlanta but until thej registered at the Augusta hotel todaj as Mr and Mrs. Thompson Jr it was not positively known tl at the rumor trne Mr Jes--e Thompson Ir of and Miss Pauline HtrUeniiin of Oxft ac u Miter of State Treasurer Hnrdeman haxo hucn sweethearts lor a long while but ol jectmg p i rents presented their marriage until s itur lav d, L apti ulien tliej eloj edto Carolina Their marri iL- was noff m idc p il lie till t daj Mr Tli mpson nrst met "Miss Ilardemm at Ox- ford the winter before laht while he was attend- ing college there and it was a cose ot love at iirbt sight on h th sitlea. Miss Hirdeman limited Augusta lost er when Mr Tliompcou was very ted t j her She went 1 ack t t Augusta a few dev the io.mil> of Hon H Clay wet ka to I oster Mr Thompsm roncwo Hit attentions and thej aprreed to get married despite ill titnily objec- tions Jhe r eloiieuient ctrefully arranged btfore tht y started Ami the programme wis uedrmt without interlLrtnee Mia0 left Augusts on the 12th f JuH to t ton S C to visit her uncle w is j ntd oa tlie train by Mr Ihoiupst u ami the eounlc went to Columbia nee thev vn.nt out to lastover and weic quittlj m irried. lltturninff to Columbia Mr and Mrs Ihompson continued their trip northward He accompanied his wife as far as t lurence and there they ported. Mr Thompson -went on Lo to visit her relatives mid Mr Thompson returned to Augusta No one knew of their elonfment but suspicion was iron-ed among tlu ir IneiiUsbxMr rh >mp- son s absence troin tht it> It was currently ro- ported here thit ttiej lii 1 1 een m irriod m Colum- bia and Mr I jster at b h me Miss liarde- man had been s hod Co onal H inleman At the uaini, tnnL i t f tlio Ab >uC his time Mr Eugene llarlemati a br tlter oi the bride came down tj into tUa truth >f the rumor He >ver to Carolina, and bis sister idimttcd thit sne had I ten married to Mr ut 1 ad a reed 11 I eep it a seen i until they could n tl c it right in their fami1 cs In tbe meantime Mr Thompson had told tlie ptory t> his father an 1 cone back to Cir Una Tulav thpv kivef r Mi s H trdeman s b >me to St the fjrgivtnets and 1 f hrr pnrcnta r rhoni] -on is tut i T.J I and the oldest son and n imesake >f U u Tliompson a inembr r ol tin, t 111 il fr m the first ward, and tbe gnat ntri tor ml knnbtrn.aii >f the nrm Jesst1 Th jinps tn iX C H( is in 1 iiMnoss vvltli lath r ami i-, rt t id y the congratula- tions of Ins man> J n. Is 1 e-terdiy Tho land EeBult base tv i i riurs, r e 7ein and J.asihaJl f iiji Katci At Clcvelinl I IP hits 31 i i Bennett 1< 1 lir ill erho 1 f lev linri J 1 tutu t errors Jri ivHn 5 b I.-.P l it 1-t Uviter I iitn i butcliflc OJid Kins) i aae lnt3, errors 2 Sr J 8 1 asc hi Li If t rror-. ird ai I Kobmson Itambcj a At [l Hi L lo r ll error-. 2 I wmj, an 1 i ]plj iia n 1 hit-- 11 briber Ilciid (rrjib It itu n iio kl  republican members of the committee on privileges and elections were again in session todav considering the fed eral election bill John I Davenport of New York, was closeted with the members this after- noon It is understood that the bill which is to be reported to the caucus is practically completed, but the time for the meeting of the caucus has not yet been fixed ____ Con Prove an Alibi. CHICAGO, Jul> 21 spicial to the Inter Ocean from Marion Indiana, saya Blair Mock of this city, whose name is mentioned in the Vanwert Ohio special in connection with the murder of Engineer VanderrenCer, will haie no difficulty m proving an alibi Young Mock is now in the de- livery business here He was here Friday night, and his father states has not been out of town but once since his pardon, and that was when he attended the Wabash races last month The trial of Mock for the murder of Harry Van derventer occurred in this city on the change of venue from Huntmgton He was tried twice At neither tnal waa the victim of the "Vanwert dy present, either as a spectator or a witness, ionaequently the statement that Mock vowed vengeance against the dead engineer for tbe tes timony given at that trial can have no foundation. THE TKOtTBUE IN AMERICA. The Guatemalan Minister in Paris Says the Mexican Telegrams are Untrue. PARIS, July 21 Guatemalan minister here, referring to reports from Mexico that war has broken out between Guatemala and Salvador, aays that the. telegrams from Mexico are inexact "War has not been declared, he says, and no Guate- malan troops have crossed, the frontier of Salva- dor It is the minister's opinion that the fighting referred to in the dispatches must have occurred in the interior of Salvador between factions in that Army Officers Arrested. BUENOS AYISES, July 21 de- nials of semi-official newspapers that a plot against the government has been discovered, eral army officers have been arrested for com- plieltj in the conspiracy to overthrow the present rulers of tho republic. As a means of precaution against the plotters guards have been stationed about all government buildings Tlie Indiana Senator Makes a Speech Asa, nst the aitKinley Mill. TuH 2! the senate Mr Hoar oTered a resolution which w is referred to the committee on contingent expenses authoring the selection of a committee on relations with Canada, to continue its investigations during the coining recess and the next Bion Mil VOORHLFSON lilt TARIFF Too bill Tvas discussed by Messrs Sherman Spooner and Allison until 2 u clock when it was laid aside without action anil unfinished hust ness the tarilf bill, was taxen up for tion Mr oorheea addressed the senate in opposition to the bill which he characterized a3 a nna.ncia.1 monster overv claw and tooth of which had been carefully inspected in the lobbies and found to be sound and reliable It is onlv fn an impure nohtual and moral atmotpliexe, generated by the corrujit monop >lj ol wealth that a hnancial measure like the one now pending would dare to sh w the hard outlines of it" guilty face much less bnoken -well pressed as laws o a critic of hard outines o i it expert to be treated with respect bnoken of and pressed as laws to a critic i  reducti made the'scueaules Migar ind 1110- which in the light of the bounty to Busar planters was no reduction at all, and m the section relating to wines spirits and other beverages In every one twelve scheduler At I ittil base hit-, l err ir- Jc> J n At Roc lies tt.r -Hoc h 7 olmni us b CalUhin Tit oml ton an I O C i iiur At I Jii eriori 6 iir i ikhii Cxouda.ll 1 tii hi sc hits 7r I ts rs 4. i utim m Kittridge h 1 1 1 Jt, 11 I a c hits, s a in U and Hur- cd a id Hdllii torlO hive ji 13 crrnra. h f- eir rica M gli an 1 <.r m KAS- ille II Vt 1 PIT r Hr t erho 1 1 n I biso hiti 15; en rs Bat- nn )re and. go 4 base J errors 1. and Murj hj At incirnat hits U CM trror1- I atu ton Lovct ai I J) T eaput1 f incfnnati 20 BrxkHn 11 1 aste hits 7, I Harring- iU ton a< li Ki nc mill 1 cssic K won secoiul -ituic thinl TIJIH 1 4. Fifth rati furl 1 uzzlc v. n Bcllwoid set mil lialst n th n! lime 1 JO Sixth liandi race inilo and a quartt r r five Tirq in wt n Bassauic second Jim Murpbj third Time 2 THiiskv Exploded BmtiTNGii VM A'a Ju [Special A barre of wlnskv in J L. H saloon on Twen tieth sir ct 04 t Udav with tcrriht. force betting flre to the building m pie win were in tin. sal down the f >i P them were scrioii whlskj dr doing a inj lic were knockct f the lesion but none o flj injurt-d Tho hcitteret bit cxti nj, u-jhtd bcf tin The CdUsL of the explosion u said that that increase was put on for the sake of revenue It was simply an instance of protec Son run road, and developed into a Chinebe wall of prohibition He proceeded to quote at consid erable length from a statement made by Mr Me Keever before the finance commit tee One his answers to a question by Mr Vance as to why the duty on certain cheap fabrics of cloth was to be increased f r >m about seventy tive per cent to about one hundred and sixty per cent was "I suppose it waa to make the poor consumer pay twice as much for his goods as the wealthy consumer would have to pay for his THE REPUBLICANS S.OT Mr Voorhees spoke for about two hours Marked attention was paid to the speech by the democratic senators most of whom remained In the chamber daring its delivery On the other hand there were very few, hardly a dozen repub lican senators In their and these seemed to take very little interest to the speech There was a very fair attention in the galleries, and one or two ef- forts at applause proceeded from the Pool Sellers, CHICAGO, July 21 the close of Wash- attempted today to reopen their city establishments. The rooms were promptly raiaed by the police. Representative Walker, of Missouri, and f or the appointment of a committee of three senators to End the funeral Messrs t est. Plumb and Berry were appointed, and the senate, as a further mark of respect, adjourned till tomorrow HIS TONGtfE JLN TWO The Cowardly Deed of a Party of Anued Men !NE-W July 21 -A Times-Democrat Paris Texas, special says Parties who came m here today bring in information of what will doubtless prove to be a most brutal and cowardly assassination, which took place Saturday monSng, about twenty miles sonthwest of Bere, in Red River connty It seems that abont 2 o'clock in the morninea party of six or seven men went to the bouse Young, a hard -working Hiring on the of Nathan called Hfca op. men. he TiUnian "Will Ijpioro h C July 21 [special Infor ination reaches here from reliable sources tonight that Tillman lias given up all idea of epeakme Charleston It is said that ho will go from Con wa> direct to '-.uininerville ignoring Charlettoi altogether 1 is tticithv anuoui ced that E B Garr will the rilhnanitts at a mass meet ing tomorr iw night The Turuvcreiu hj.ll has beei hired ior the occasion Captain Jack Malcolm Drowned DA.RIKN (ra July 21 Captain Jac Malcolm of Doboy fell fr m A railirg of the tn. hoat Blallonee at 11 o clnth "he m a few hundred jarda of Dobov   The trokerhl. ck in Cave Springs, Fla wao destroyed tire yebterdav Ciilbert B Shaw has been appointed receiver Park >ational of Chicago The oman s Chnatiin Temperance Union wl open it3 meeting in AsheviUe N C today. Mattie Wilson aged, eighteen j ears committe suicide near Charlotte, N C Sunday last The sixtieth anniversary of Belgian indeper dence was celebrated in Iln-ssclb jestcrday The damaee drouth in the Englan states is now past recovers Pastures are dryii] early feeding of necessar A T -Eeeve-, who assassinated The Illinois board of agriculture is disaattaflj iflTthe selection of tlielal e front as the site f and try and, have tae selection site reconsi ered, Ni-M'SPAPFRl   

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