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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - October 28, 1886, Corning, Iowa                                CITY DIRE S Pharmacist by CORNING IOWA Fancy and Toilet Articles ges BrusliesPerfum ite Comb Bocfwas bougat and sold Phceioioii Carefully CORNING ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THUJffPAY OCT 28 1886 WHOLE NUMBER 670 HH LARUB Dcciler in Shingles jBjfcrs Sash BIMs Penes Glass Lms r TT73O522I4 ihe best ivivi pj AGENT FOI Avesili Mixed Paints I keep the largest stock of Mixed Paints in the Combination Lathant mauufiicfrired and on haiiu at all tinios i rw u ylJSjsft Siiy prices beTore buyi 1 1 will OiavKM5 aril East 5f First Xsi i EOWS YQTJK LIYSE Jstfee Oriental salu kiiowjug Ust Srtwxl health xfrt iviihoui thv Liver When the Iivei is torpid1 the Bowels are sluggish eoustlpated She lUS SH tiriiOHS Mi jasJistfUc poi hleod ire jtKnt jieadache ensues a Veii lasiiittde and er Simnious liWii ihe means of re storing more people io happiness y giving thein s healthy Liver aiay agency kwovu ou earth If acts with extraordi nary power and effi cacy XEVEKBESSMSAPPOIXTBD failiily itsNdj1 f W Tct vcr CocslipiiOB I feinisj cist actl save never produced ii seems io be ajmoet CKe for all dUeists of thff iioaaefc sag i v j Railroad Legislation As sured this The Henuipen Canal The Conference Corrtpittee Speaks Oufcf t Hepbera Endonsad E AS lUMSELFMAKESiONXlS SSIOXS IS FAVOR FAK3EE IHE BOTTOM KNOCKED OOTC SOSS CAMPAJOK Those who have ihe rai jngress tbe y three ofthe i tuaVtiiS USSenate eullom blil almost unani months before the close offlrongress while democrats ot the35pu3e pass el the Reagan bill only thnMays be fore adjourBmeut Aeonfertace mittee from each fcody to adjust toe time was too laciudiog i The campaign against Col Hepburn s has beea one of insinuations and whis paed falsehoods and without open I charges which could be openly refuted Aiaoog he minor misrepresentations i has been that he voted against al prop jositwGs sxovuUoz for tie wastrec tion of the Hwncipeu canal These staiesjents are clearly without a basis i oi truth ItwiU be that i i ao separate bill authorizing this im provenieat has ever reached a vote in tbe houss of representatives since Mr Hepburn has beea a member but each of the river and harbor bills as report1 from Che committee have provisions looking to the undertaking I of this work The river and harbor i bill of the first session of the 47th coa gress authorized a survey of a route and appropriated money to defray ex penses That bill also appropriated i nearly for the improvement j of the Missouri river Four of the counties of the Stii district as then 1 formed lag on the Missouri river j For this lil Mi Hepburn In ill of his subsequent river and harbor bill as they were reported from the committee there were provisions for the Ueunipen The enemies of the ca nal made their fight agaiost it by mc lions to strike out a urovisionsforthe IL cf iiiterf el to the Older 1300000 KK1GHTS eiy civilized nation on the giobe Fac j tories are buiil for its production New sets of twls new kmds of machinery aatl hiteiligent workmen are immedi ately tijiuaiideti In every financial crisis the unskilled workmen is first to sailer sicce their labor cau best be spared Farmers Mutual Insurance Astoci atlon Tbe reports ol the Secretary at ihe j Dernoeiatie Abuse of a Knsght meeting of she Labor at Kichmoad show ihat the for several years Mr S Monahaa of oider is uow established in every Stcait Iowa has spjken in Jowa in State aud Territory iu the Union ihe cause of 1roteetioa to American The increase in the past year has Industries and he is uow speakiug for beea 75 per cent TheSecretary says iitpbuni because he represerts as tooae significant feature of the thit priueeple and his oppo Tit colored people of fte MKl hls declared for free trade He South are Socking to us and when thinking man with whom i pels are abusing him The Albia order bould ye he the direct iueaii a3 week of righuus the wrongs oihe colored A cRiiik b Jh8 of men of ihe South whom the demoi iiaranjueU the Kepublieans at ihe craiic parly has disfrunuliised and dej court house on graded into a form of serville j thr herskte is iiotSgood labor which is the most diugerous i o2or among the Knights of Jabor and thiui Io Jrec labor nov in j jie ihe Ktpnblicans choke im America The Secretary savs the i off the bettrr il will for the GO1V present number of KuiKlits in sooil A friend sent tiie item to the editor stand The annual meeting of the Farmers Mutual Insurance Association was held at Mercer Center school house on bat unlay Oct 23rd as pertioiiee The following officers were ejected to serve for one J 31 Hayies President of Iatte tyirasMp Tavor county JBerut Vice JPretident of Douglas Jo Stexsmith Treasurer C J Anderson Secretary Fred Htdinger Heury Uogeakamp and John H Directors Tue President appointed M F ic Enirv J ii Haynes aud I Brokaw to revise Chatter and that ai after the wordquahUwi a Art I be stricken out and in Art 5 the word December be substituted for September That in See 5 of the ByLaws shall read one dollar for each accepted appli caiion instead of fifty cents All exofficers were authorized to take insurance and retain fee paid to all officers for such service 3iU ASSVAL STATEHEKT of the Farmers Mutual Insurance As sociation of Adams Omntv and adjoin i Iowa Ott 23 1SS6 AmoKrtt in force SeuL 1SS5 AE ofriJwri pat xeir 35954CO HIT vi s50ii v r ORS1XG ztreu ik d f iu inojiu P P iiuxasvr D iVoja CP held Friday evjii niooD in ii W K ci OE or ite full i J SiTf SCCT G AK Oct ith So S Cuuii a 4i llth fith Iectabirr llh B McLAKum Atijf H T GRANGER Attorne at Law Keep constantly on hand best FLOtfE GKAI1AM COKSMEAI 3IIDDLIXGS SHORTS SCEEEXIXGS CHOPFEED DEAN LLL j Airnost as Milk oj fBD IJVEU OIL iisS Special atltEMuI lavaTica UK10N office givrn to Oileclionsiud io WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ATTOSWSY LAW Bring your and Ex cli Jige for Flour i atieniou rivia io Bark huiH COKX1XU IOW t STOSJESTS AN1 XoTASiSS P ELC OlSce Davis over cf orsiag Jtowi TOWWEP LUCAS General practice in State and Fed eral Courts Special ai tension given to coilec feoss Probate Busiuess and Couvevauc iug carefully attcjtleU to Lsuds ami sold OFFICE MASSS BLOCK COBSDTG IOWA APITAL j 2 ery Day Life of ADracam Lincola Those Wlio SEBHT Him From the obecnriiyof uis boytyod to ufi istracit deaife A of ibs u fras a sftsntl sad csicitisiivc fac sod Inci dcui repieiu with as itjil ttogaul 100 ESfiUAvrss frtrti original dej niUn ms W AGESTSWASVKD fsr Tall iianicclars i for evidence tii tju rnst ttiaolenMl uilable or iavs j 35 Once for IJOJ Stan cr choice ITiiUSUilxG CO ft Lnir3 j York City tes Farm Loans m Iowa Missouri and THE Dr T W WATSOS 7ETEEI1UEY SUB31QK Of the Toronto Yeurilinry Collie Casii IATIQSAL BAUTE assactE s Stasral Esai Established 1869 TSAKSACTS A r skUl Grocery PHYSICIAN SURGEON IOWA j Office in Maniss Brick Block i Sesiiencs ith street west of Jas lint VPli Ulll Mi JP 23 GATVTOV offer all of goods at cost ny cost rythiKif must bo soki aflbruiug Iieoplc nn exceleiit opiiortuiiity to iiuv these iiard times coatiiiue till everything col7 oai Rriember tlie place Bawt of Ooi rsr Block Pli GAVIN SAME AS Any National Bank Money on Improved Farms at 6 per cent Pays interest an Tims Deposits Draftsbought and sold both on Europe and U S Hun A J Weaver reprints the Omaha Nebraska oistriet in tbe pres ent congress He voted for thelteagau bill and is a member of the Conference Committee of tbe House MtvWeaver was recognized in the House and by people geaeraily as one of tfie aiost earnest arid indefatigable workers to secure legislative control overlhe com mon laws He and Senator Van Wyck nere the antimonopolists Con gress from Nearaska He has recent ly written Col Hepburn a letiw which we pubUsh verbatim shomngjtliatthe oalj hope legislation on commerce lies in the Cullom ibifl ani that that bill will become a lay Jivall probabilityin the early daysjjfthe coming session of the Representative to be November 2d can take his fieat the interstate commerce questioywflb6 settled lilKCOLX Seb Oct Is Son W P Hepburn MY DEAK reply to quiry touching the probable action of the conferees on the Cullom Keaf gau iuterState Commerce biiisihave o sav that after a full talk oflthe full committee wherein the main joints of difference of the two bills ed it was understood and I rygbt say fully agreed that we in favor of the commissioner oodied in theCalleta himself stated ways been againsj surveys tready complet ed uuti a proviso that their appro priation should not be construed as binding the United states t prosecute or complete the improvement Mr Hepburn Mr Fuller Mr Strable and Mr Weaver of Iowa voted against not that elaise but liie entire bill and Mr Hepburn did masterly service ex posing the steal and received the praise of the greatest journals of the east asd the meu of all par ties who are possessed of both ind brains have thought it a grand thing to do It was one of those strong actions that placed our Congressman at the head of the National legislature If Anderson men criticise that vote we srcsnme Anderson himself would vote such a southern robbery would his place in ranks alongside the southern brigadiers CHAS TJOLE D S SIGLER President to the eiid tjat tion upon tLis gl day Had we be soearaestly urged me and offii bers of theconfereuce committee to do viz report and pass the bill before con gress adjourned tile whole country I think would have been fully satisfied with the result but you know the dem ocratic House held back the Reagan bill until just before we adjourned and onr conference committee had no time to adjust the differences in the two bills and report before congress adjourned We meet in November and expect to be reaov to renort at the very first of the session and I have no doubt but at the ensuing session the whole matter will be disposed of in a wav that will give general satisfaction people and fully nrotect their interests Yery Truly A J WEATEH COXGEESSMVS POHiLS The following ieiter no ex Hon E C Henry Crenoc Gaiette1 said No men living are HKire worthy to be trusted than those wio toil up from poverty The vot ers of the Third Judicial district will have an opportunity at the approach lug election to give force and empha sis to this truth so tersely expressed tlie closest observer of men that our civilization has yet produced oiE C Heury repub for the office of dis ludge we have an example for Iwliat it is possible for a strong reso lute though poor hoy to make ot himself in this country of ours When he first hung out his law Sigu in lit Ayr the place ofhis present residence business was scarce oiaer lawyers pleniy and fees low but you ug Heii ry was not to be vanquished or driv en from the field It was his custom in those days to replenish his slender purse by working for farmers near the town It is related of him that he would saw wood husk cora haul manure or do any kind of physical la bor that he could find to do One fall he walked ont every day three j miles into the country aud made a hand iinsking com lor which ho re s Vui nut only ioritsirif bu for ihe eal VOCXG MKX AND SALOONS lie Catholic Church so faithful in teaching from its Sunday the wrongs mid dangers o commuu sm and nnarchy isaisoiakiiigup the fight ou he saloon aud Us train of endless eviis Its clergy and its press are showing ihat most of all ihe sa loon is injuring the working people in eating up daily the wages of many a laborer and letting hi family go homeless and in want The IJavcn jort Jleesenircr the Catholic paper of Iowa has in its last issue the fol vius thoughtful aud impressive paragraph What do young men who daily visit saloous expect their future to he Such young men cheat none PO much as themselves If we are to have drunkards in the future their ranks must be recruited from the ranks of these young men who drinking moderately now and for these reasons all soleon associations must be shunned teJii is m nsLii coiruig ti the Uoetts wiiesi quUi young educated in the public schools of An over learned the laachiuUt irade alid Ollowed the same in lowellLawrence iid I think Boston before touring vest Tiie writer wis from the same Kssex 1 know that his outh and young was hunor be So exemplary in His youth tnat lis Diirenis ijiteiided and educa edhim for the Latholiri ministry Since residing here he lias been in he employ of the C Ii i K R u ts a machinist in tnelrshopsin this ity He has always been a steady hardworking by the em lojers and honored by every one He s one of ur best eitszens in EVERY He his absolutely no bad habits No one here be he republi rrascrr 5it 551 A Short Catechism of Industry Who compose the large majority of the rank aud file of the great army of little children who march daily through the streets of our towns to the public school The children of the working classes Wliacis the average number of years they spend in school From three to four How many remain to graduate from the fligli school About three per cent How can this great falling off be ac counted for The greater number are taken from school that they may be put to work for wages Does the school training theyget pre pare them for such work In so far as it increases their intelli genceand decreases their intelligence it does So far as special indnstria training is concerned it does not Why is it desirtd that the average o attendance at school should be increas ed 7 of Its ce In Incroasccl m demociat greenbucker or mug Kainp will utter one word against Mr Uouauans private character or his good qualities as r man Christian or citizen Weare proud of him aud Mf ibilty and we challenge any man in S15SSO ierciaiia of Uaruce in Treasury Ocl 2j Ntxt iiniiua meeting to be held at Curbing on tile nst Saturday in De cember 18S7 Adjourned C J ANDERSON Sec The Way to Head Profitably State to stand before liini iu public lebate on any question of a historici cal economicical or patriotic character He has always been a student of tlie tiud that absolutely learns all tiiathe studies so thoroughly that he can take it with him wherever he goes He is a member in good standing ot Assembly 3723 meets at Stuart tiutbrie couuty on Friday evening of each week Is MasterWorkman of the same further honor ed and recognized by being made tlie representative to the District Assem blv helil at Ottumwa in 18S4 and as such representative formulated all of the bills in connection with balance ot committee recommended by the District Assembly I KSOW WHAT I A51 TALKING ABOUT Xo K of L can go bik on Fast Mas ter Workman Munahan Yours hastily MociTOX Mr Monahan spoke at Carbon tvo years ago and hopeil to speak tinre agaii this year but the demami for his time nas beln too Tlse K of there should liavn him come there snirnother rmciiTiu talk on iiwipo liiival subjects Frooi Joho MorlcyV Nobody cau be surtthat he has got clear ideas on a subject unless he has rled to put them down on a piece of paper in independent wonls of his own It is an excellent plan too when you have read a good boos if sit down and write a short abstract of v hai you can remember of it It is still better plac if you can mike up your minds to slight extra labor to do what Lord Stafford and Gibbon and Danirt Web ster did After gbuicing over the title subject or design yf a book emi nent men would take up a pen and what questions they ex pected to find answered in it what dif iUulties solved what kind of informa tion imparted Such practices keep us from reading with the eye ouly glid ing vaguely over the page and they help us to place our new acquisitions in rehxtion with k Ideis rrlntion3siatements not to be I akeu by storm We have to steep them in the mind in the hope of thus extracting their inmost essence and significance If one lets an inter val puss and the return it is surprising how clear and ripe that has become which when we left it seemed crude obscure full of prepUxity Past line to St Paul and sapolis Beginning Sunday Oct 31 1886 a Fasi 1ine to St Pani iud Mitinuaiiolis will be opened from Chi cago Peeria am St Lotus via the Route Chicago Bur i Quincy raiinrtd in countC 1 tion vitii the icwly conipleicil Chicu a iy utlier lino OVER FiSST SATIOSXI SANS PREGOTT MARKET CASH PAID FOX HIDES Johu W Days CASH GROCERY HOUSE PRESCOTT Hs cooils are alvraya Sive hinj a rO1AHS sstitfr JW SAKtOK General Insure is Agent Cheap insurance S consult your Interest by insuring against loss by Fire and Ldglicaing IK THE FAIOIEKS MUTUAL ISSUE AXCE ASSOC1ATIOM Addres C 3 JTDEESOX Iowa Are still at the frontarid owing to the fact that they are to change their location by the 1st of Nov will for the next 30 days offer to i in n IIiuraa said the iJopforeiice Coioniittee would be able u agree at lue next session recom mendinsj the main features of the Cul om bill The interview stated that Reaean had changed Ills views cansiderablv Have watched your campaign with interest and wondered that anvbody oe found in your districtwbo believed the Keagan bill would benefit anybody Kespectfuliy iours J HROWELL cj i ut KSCtiKD FISE INStKANCE ASST STATE ISSfiJAXlE CO COUNCIL BLUFFS INS C W S B El LINO TTISTtCS O 2EJ SSi i OEcu in SidirsWock Une selected cy the US Govt I to carry the Feet Kail A COX AW AY AU OT1ON HER COINING T A WEBB SIiELF AND HEAVY i bargains unasked for before in Dry iateoocis Groceries Boots and Shoes ats Caps Gloves and Mittens ini ciSTrsGss H OoxriTolete stocks ox or and citizen CalKil to scrviwi on j he bench during the period of the I most rapid devciopement of the coun Health Eules 3T tOUES Eithar by of Gratia Pacific Ktusu City I invrcn all cf iX Ges liiNO3 IOWA KiSSOUS KANSAS COLOtJADO With pcrtsm erd wwrs Chlecgo Oenvst Chicago and Crnafa Chicago and Cojncii Bluffs Chicago and St Joseph Chicago end Atchison Chiotgo anc Kansas City Chicago and opeca Chicago and Si HSU Chicago Sioux f tnd Council Fluffs Pearift anj Kansas Cit St Louis ans Omaha St Louis spd St Paut 4t Leuls end RccU Jiard Kanses City End Denver Kansas City ncs i Paul j ifilte Citf iitid Cr Kshses CVv arj cs f oiacs GJLASSWAKEI yon cairt sleep when you have nothing on your conscience or in your Worry box it is likely to be because vou hnve poor circulaUoJi of tlie ilood aad the brain of ii As likely as dreamsheep over a fencejwill only amnsc you countiug VCUT breaths prove only a wild diversion and cat ing last resource oi a good many wcnrv oneSjbecomes a delusion Then summon your resolution arise to the full height of your stature and stand ing beside your bed execute ill the freesrvmuostics you can remember until yon lieart beats hard aud your arms ache Yoaii fall iato bed again and sleep iu ten Tins rule will not apply to candi dates A sleepless candidate should uUcli up she team drive four teen miles to breakfast and inquire the health of his opponent Wait uutil after Tuesday to exercise i the uvuijiastics Then go out to the barn and give the mule a good fee of oats io drum the roll or the breasi of your pants Or if the mule is bus get the mules pa I can always be found at the old stand of be iniiVuucetl into tbe i H has t j prHiary grades tiiat will be of pricti thit i inuie iris heeu be 5ndustriesy thus far seen he proved himself o be a pure and upright official Judge Henry belongs to the class of aeu that is a pleasure to support when presented by their party for the suffrages of their fellow citizens Srery voter should see that the name of E C Henry is on the ticket hedo in ihu box The Great Booby We are pained to see thai Mr Cleve land is not getting anoag smoothly in the Senate A late Washington dis natch says It is reported that one Tes drawing It is the of all constructive art It can be tiveen the Slate Centra Committee of th Democratic and Greenback parties Dr J 15 Aatton and Colonel Keatley aught even to the children ill Kin dergarten and four years drill in the primary grades would be invaluable to every child whoexpects to work with any tool or learn any trade It still in creases the skill and money making power of tbe carpenter the engineer and every mechanic while it will fur nish an effective and desirable means of expression to the professional man It is always indispenisble to the teach er and would be a wonderful aid to every woman in almost all domestic irork Can any inducement be offered to pa rents to persuade them to keep their day when Congress was in session Sen1 chjWren onger in school ator Harris of Tennessee went to see the President about an appointment in his State which some of his constitu ents were interested in He stated his case and the President replied Well it seems to me that you have a good deal of assurance to come here asking for an appointment when you voted against my man Mathews The Sen ator got hot in a second Til have you to know Mr President he said that it is none of your business what I do or do not do in the Senate I am the master ot my own actions there as vou are here By sir I ifafce tbe courses of study in tlie highergrades bear in due proportion directly upon industrial art and pa rents ivho the money even small children can earn will tmike much greater sacriDces to keep such chil dren in school If they cau see no practical eocd coming from more schooling they wil seize the first pos sible opportunity to put them at seme wage earning employment Does mariisl training mean teaching trades in common schools No It means leaching the hand to execute what the e sees and the come here asking any favors of you on concives Diwirsg is a distinc any persona grounds The people of jivefeaiureof such training The use the State Tennessee whom I repreOf tools and the princi sent asked me to do this and that is p5es underlying taeir use is another why 1 came hee You may do as you j tie teachings of applied science another Manual training is rery narrow terra for a very liberal eduea IB by means of which Mr Hatton withdraws witii idea that support will be delivered to Colonel Keatley for a consideration of Serins therefore lesolral That the Knights of La bor of this assembly in session asssem bled do hereby express their indigna tion by denouncing tlie whole scheme whereby any partyUhrough ir committees or representatives Seek to deliver thfe support of our or anization to advance the political as pirations of any individual man Thnt in consideration of the withdrawal of oar candidate for Dr Hatton in favor of Col we Jo as a K of L assembly bolt the trade and will prove our sin cerity by casting our votes for Major Lyman the Republican camiidate for Congress llfioiced That a copy of these reso lutions be forward d to each K of L assembly in the Ninth district and a copv of the resolutions forwarded to the Missouri Valley la News for pub lication ASSEMBLY 530S Missouri lows An Appeal Tizc Tsble Ft Madison IVnitcniiary Sep Ed Time Table I wish to imtKe a statement to yon and Protection a recent by T V G I K W of Lsbori I am ft protectionist from the sole of my boot to the to of ray head Applause I do not only believe n ten per cent but I believe iJ twenty per cent tariff sud as much more as i he cxiCuces of homo interests re s quire I believe iu ft liritT sie ocvcrytiinjrrnw mnterisl included j sir about the matter but I want it distinctly understood that what I do as a Senator is beyond jurisdiction and the irate Senator j eye and jam are siniwltsneouslv s bounced ont He had voted for Matj svmetrically disciplined ant made thews but the president msde effective him mad slid he did not chooseto make any explanations Sies Brtj ctr rtca tit s child ihr crirf fcr CuurU WiSi not such training over do tbe business and produce so many artisans ard il of tny ild friends concerning rny iuiprisonnient aud the charge that 1 air sent mrc for of which probably some of the would like to know It is connected iy a great nanv circutn sinnces Th charge of which was ob liif rilroiii between Stanton arid In fact I have had enough me all riiV life nv cid friends sncli rf 1 II Reed that the wages vil be reduced to a Franklin Wirth and ali old minimum and skill beat n discount No skill will always come high in the worids markets the more skill ns the greater the STC am aHrcber of trades and the rreater tie tje n0e ij reliable to take it r hand anI see if car do anything for me I have confidence in my old friends round and 5enjx and no one ii ever Iiave cuse to regret if and for efficient workmen Men they ieni a hand in time of that they are CtTC CHOT in almost three ai and I Uo Is MiUCC Ver between the same puhits The new ami elegant equipment composing I hese i uiui which wai cgpecialiy for service oa this line will include Pullman sleep ers Burlington Koute Dining cars and comfortable Passenger Conches From both Chicago and St Louis through coaches Dining Cars and epiug Cars will be run and Iroru Peoria through Coaches connecting at Rio with the through equipment ironi St Louis For tickets rates and general in formation concerning the 4luevr fast line to St Paul and Minneapo lis via the Burlington Route call ou or address any railroad Ticket Agent or PAUL MORTOX 6 P and T A C B Q R U Chicaga The Southern Shocks JSOKE SEVERE THAN TtKST SUPPOSED CHARLESTON Oct re ceived at 2 a m report the at Suinmerville by the shock yesterday afternoon o be greater that first stat ed Seventyfive chimneys have to come down and a number of geysers have ieen discovered where oily water spouts up continuously the water tlieoilor of kerosene oil and is ac companied by fine sand of different colors Tlie people of the town arc tliwwglily worked up again and great uneasiness is felt by all The shocks duration is estimated from ten to twenty seronds and many persons found it difficult to get out of their honses or open door and some cases are reported where persons wereknock ed down by the shaking There was a slight shock at Sotntrvile and Charles ton at last night but no damage EXCITEMENT IN TEXAS Great exciteni07t has been caused the vicinity of Paris Texas by he remarkable recovery of Jr 1 K Oorley vrbo was o helpless he could not tarn in iied or raise his head sail he was dying of con A of Tr Kinds New Was sent him inding relief he bought a iirge tlf ani a box of Dr Kinss New bott Life Pills bo of the by thr time lie hsd taken of nnd two botties vi h Tft   

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