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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey VOh, VliT. NO. 9239. TKKNTON, SATURDAY AFTKKNOON, FEI5KUARY 15 1880. LIGHl ON IHEMYSIERY, Hiram Sawtelle's Body Found Near Lebanon, Me. II WAS HEADLESS AND ABMLESS. b Iiaae B. fiawtelle the Cain In Thll Hlatory of One of New England'! Most Interesting Harder Had Outlook for Isaac. BOSTON, Feb 15 body of Hiram Saw- telle was found ai 1 15 p m in the woodi noor Lebanuu HP It hud been decapitated and the head has not yet been discovered. hen found the body was projecting from a poorly made grave and had a bullet in the It was feet upp rmost, uot three yards from where Officer Shields found the paper that was wrapped around the ax body was entirely naked, with the ex- ception of the feet, which hid on a pair of Beside it was a lot of clotted blood, where the arms and head had been cut off Officer Shields now has m his possession the empty shell from which the bullet came that killed Hirum Bawtelle. The bullet itself wan also found, and a gold collar button, bout and twist'd. The DlncoToij of the Itorty. The finding of the body in the conclusively thqta horrible murder Han been committed, and the outlook for the accused prisoner, Tsaac B S.iwtelle, is darker than ever before. Yet it is claimed by some that U Isaac undoubtedly had confederates, the murder itself may have been committed by them, although the prisoner himself may be morally responsible for It The body was removed to the Blnlsdell Corner school house, three miles nearer Rochester The head is believed to be some where in the woods, and the officers are con- fident of finding it soon The belief grows stronger that Hiram came to his death soon after leaving Rochester on Wednesday, peb 5; that he was given to understand that he was being driven to his sick daughter, and when the houses were passed Igaoc de- liberately shot him through the heart. When their team passed through East Ro- chester it was noticed tha, one man lay back in cai riage as though sick or sleeping A History of the Crime. The case is one of the most Interesting in the criminal history of England, and although it has apparently been shrouded in mystery from the beginning, the work of the detectives has been so thorough that a complete chain of evidence against the pris- oner, from tlie time oi his leaving his brother Hiram's bouse until the finding of the let- ter's body, is laid bare, and shows so little attempt on Isaac's part to cover his tracks that it strange that any one could been mystified as to his Intentions or actions, A Plot to Kill a Family. In December Inst, Isinc B Sawtelle pardoned from the state prison, where he bad served a long sentence on three indict- mAnts for rap Since that time he has boarded with his brother Hiram in Rox- bury. Hiram kept a fruit store on Wash- ington street, which, together with his resi- dence, had been owned by their father, and was held in their mother's name Isaac had deceived his mother and induced her to hanger the property to hjm, but Hiram put an in function upon it so that Tinnc could not sell it The property is said to be north to Thes3 transactions have caused hard feeling between the brothers, and it is believed that m order to remove oveiy ob- stacle from his path and to give him DOS- aocition of the prop >rty Isaac plotted to re- move bis broter and the hitter's entire fam- ily, consisting of his wife, a daughter, aged 8; a son aged 5, and an infant Week before lost Isaac askad Mrs. Sawtelle's permission to take one of the children to Lowell Being auspicious of him she refumd. On Saturday, Feb 1, came into the huuse and told Mrs Sawtelle that her husband bad given him permission to take tha little girl to Lowell, and the mother finally al- lowed her to go wi th him. w hen the lather came home at he denied having given consent to the girl's going Be Persons the Little Girl. From Boston Isaac and the little girl went to Lowell, staying uutil Monday, when they to Rochester, N H while at the latter place, the little girl clalma, her nncle attempted to poison her with medicine and pills, but tho only effect was to her rick. Then Isaac telegraphed to Hiram that the girl was ill with the grip, and to come on at once This was Feb. 4. The next morning a second telegram came to the mother, urgm? her to come to Rochester, the inference being that had she responded in person she, too, would have boon dis- posed of Hiram Ooei to His Death. It Waff finally settled HtTam flnpuld go and he left Boston Wednesday, Feb. 5, at 1 p m From thio moment bis oioveiuents are shrouded in mystery. wasuuv'wi allvo again by his Menrfa The following day, Feb. 6, Isaac and the little girl arrived home, and the former fa nied having soeo Hiram at all. Mrs. Bawtelle was suspicious at foul play, aciussd Isaac of putting his brother ont of tha way, which he strenuously denied On the following Sunday he- disappeared. Hiram's absence reported to the police on Saturday, and oa Monday, Feb, 10, Spe clal Officer Shields started for Rochester, while eearth HUB also begun In this city. Front the iuvestigations made by the police it is teamed that on Wednesday, Feb. 6, I -ic Bawtelle hired a team at a Rochester livcfy and met a man at the depot (Hiram without with whom he drove away. Within half an hour he re- nlnno with the team It l> by some he delivered Hiram into the koep- fng of his confederates at thin ter in the aftcrjHwn he pnrchtit j a and at a hardware store, in which to ciiiiy them Thou again hiring the team, he drofe off in the direction taken in tde muruing. He did not reluru nntil 0 o'clock at night Who I> Uli It icemi that uu his departure for Boston the second time, Feb. 9, he again went to Rochester, where on Monday he bought two tickets for Portland. His companion may have gone there directly, but Sawtelle did not, although ho reached there in the even' ing, where he registered at the Fn'mouth houw ne J Bridge Dover. He was assigned a room nnd was not again seen for two days. On Wednesday a stranger "ailed at the hotel inquired for some one whose name the elerk docs not recollect Looking at tha roister, tho stranger rnn down the names until he como to that of J Bridge Dover, wben ho t xclnimed, "That's the man I sad started off itlonit on Hli Clnthtnpr No good description of thn nun on tn given, nlthotiph the boit obtnin" i i i agirro with that of onr> t Blood, of Bwron, telle'd nnl ilh vh m "n more or 1 rr intim ji ri 1-i rM on nf t ittlle'a hnr h" I ifor hr >iuolrd folhllf dbpatflies. Ho was nrraignnd at on tha charge of murder and was without Ball Officer bueilds ordered baw telle to remove his cl tiling, which were minutely examined. Upon the shut, drawers end blood spots were found in some instances as large as a silver dolljr 1 lit spots bore evidence of having bum rubbi-d, in nri attempt to remove them Gale to Defend tile Prisoner The belief is that the body was Hi st placed m Enos Randall's vacant house, that on Monday morning Feb 10, runiv lit to where It was found and returned to Roch ester with his team and that later in tho day he walked to the scene from Re Chester, dismembered tho body buried tho trunk mid earrud off thereat of it, then waiktdto Cnst Lebanon depot and took the cars for Poi t land, where he went dir ctly to his hotel Isnoc telle was taken to Dover jail, where he was visited by William B Gale, the well known criminal 'awver of Botton, who will defend him By his instruction the prisoner has thus far absolutely refused to say any- thing regarding the crime TORONTO'S BIG FIRE The University GIICB Up In Over ToROnio, Teb Toronto univer- sity was totally destroyed bv lire last night The loss will reach over Preparations hud b'en made for the annual conversazione, at which persons were expected to bo present, and it was just fore the guests began to arrive that the flre started. Two men were carrying up stairs m a rack a dozen lighted lamps to be put in the chandeliers, when one of the men on the lower end let go his hold The lamps fell and broke, spreading the burning oil all over the .stairs and down into the already heavily oiled floor All the buildings were totally destroyed. The library cost 000 The museum, with its valuable speci mens and curiosities, chemical apparatus, instruments, furniture and utensils, were all consumed One domestic was severely burned The property, including all buildings and con tents, was innured in twelve companies for The Cotton Oil Trust Lnjolned. NEW YORK, Feb 15 Lacombe, in the United circuit court, has granted a temporary injunction restraining the Cut- ton Oil ti ust from disposing of or in any way interfering with the property m its possession, and to show cause on Feb 21 why the injunction should not be made manent The injunction is bisad on an aill davit by William Wall, representing a Ini g number of stockholders, who avers that the managers of the trust have caused the trust certificates to be stricken from the Stock Exchange lists, and are about to reorganize the trust on a basis which would cause great loss to the complainants The court's order also requires to show cause why a receiver suould the property and assets of the trust Mr Wall's complaint charges the managers with oss extravagance and mismanagement, and with attempting to divert the enormous profits of tl1" concern to their own benefit. Against Electrocution TfAVSAS CIIY, Mo Feb 15 Electric Light convention has elected the fol owing officers Marsden J Perry of Providence R I, president, Edward Maher, of Albiny N. T first vice president, C L Edgar o, Boston, Mass., second vice president, C R Huntley, of Buffalo, N Y chairman of the executive committee, Allan V Garrett, secretary Several papers on technical mat- ters were read, after which the committee on leeislation presented its report Thn most important subject touched upon in this re- port was the execution of criminals by electricity The committee was instructed to continue its efforts to have the law re pealed, and m the event of non success in that direction, to have the law so amended that the machine of execution shall generate a current of not less than volts. The convention will meet a year hence at Cape May, N. J The Trouble at Havuhlll. WAVKUULL, Mass., Feb 15 officers of the Boot and Shoe Cutters' union were here yesterday and adjusted the differences between tho Tfnights of labor and the union, and decided to call out the union cutters from Spauldlng's shoe factory They thxt tlie onion cutters from Dover other points who Are nt work in Suauld- ing's are here through a misunderstanding will be sent back. They also say that ex-President Maxwell has acted contrary to the rules of the union How Elevated Railroads Far. Arnxni, Feb. 15 following reports been file 1 with the railroad commis- sioners: Third Avenue Elevated railroad, gf DM eai 'ifngs, operating expenses, net earnings, income from other sources, gross income, net income, deficit, Manhattan Elevated- Grogs earnings, oparating expenses, net earnings, income from other sourest, net income, profit and loss Murdered by Cat lie Thieves. OMAHA, Neb, Feb bodies of Farmer Jones and bis wife, an aged couple, tenants on a farm at Seymour Park, near oitr, were fonnd buried beneath a sti aw pile. They bid been murdered by unknown parties who drove off the lire stock. Frank Uffir and Jerry Dee, two employes in t le South Qmahi stock yards, have been ar- r6.ted and charged with the murder. It Is that they sold some of the stolen cattle to a South oonimimion A Desperate Thief wounded. PHIIADZTPMIA, Feb attempted to arrest Tony Burk, wanted in City for robbery. Burk was found Eighteenth and Cabot streets. Heflred the officers nnd fled. The flre WM re- tai-ued and Burk was wounded, but he con- ftuued flight smiling ft fence uid running through a dwelling (o another street Burk is dcsci .bed a thief. Hall Forfeits Ball. 15. Thn hnnrmg In the ease of Ellis F Bard and F W Hull, implicated in the Lincoln bank defalcation, for yesterday afternoon did not oft. Han failed to appear and his bail was forfeited He will be rea.iested. Bard's hearing -as continued until Feb 25 Hull's at lUMwasdL to a misunderstanding He gave ball bit evening for a hearing Feb. 23. A Depot? M.nhml Killed In Florida. Feb. United gtaUs Martha! W E Blunders was shot afad Inrtantly killed seven miles from Quincy while leading a DOBM to capture charged with election frauds Several depu- ties were woonded. The force returned to Qulncv at and reported that their salients outm mbered them too greatly for rdbtance. knowing the countrj Hrennnn wins from Eokert. ATTPOPA, Ills, Feb Brennan, 1 on nnLnnd Johnny Fckert, of Sticntor, f phf ronn Is here for 1 n Iflo li t of Tckert wni l B v, t of linn, m Ilioi-month while ho wia on th Jlo i iroo fiio'Wpir decided that Eokert had committed a foul thf Ught to KNOCKED OUT FOREVER. One of Kilrain's I roupe Kills a Voung I exan. BOXER UFABLY BLOW. Young James Tried to Stand Before Him Fnai RuundH ant] Dlod Multlnon, llenzlah and the Whole Com- bination Arrested Klliuln Wept DALLAS Tex Fib Ihe Kilram and Muldoon combination, which has been, truv elmgin liran since tha Kil-ain Vacquehn fight of two weeks ucjo, appeared tit the Dallas Optra hoiiie lastnijht The leading wi ostlers and boxeia m tho combination are Kilram, Heary, and Muldoon. The combination offers to any man who will stand bafore Kill am four rou ids and a minute to any wrestler who wi 1 meet Muldoon A purs" of is offered any light weight who will stand up for four rounds before Benztah Prepuilng; for ttie The opera house was crowded, and after the Kilram deary set-to the offer of was mnde in behalf of Benziah Tom James, a young light weight of Dallas, accepted the offer When the men appeared for the bout it was seen at once that Benziah was at least ten pounds heavier than the Dallas man He must have weighed fully 150 pounds, while James did not appear to weigh more than 185 Regulation four ounce gloves, hard- ened from Usage, were strappid on the men Muldoon was referee and Eilrnui handled Benziah, while a fneud looked after James. Tiled Mitcliell'a Ijiellcs For two rounds James tried Mitchell's tac- tics and ran away, with the intention of staying m tho fight four rounds When he went to his corner at the end of the round he was blowing and blood was flowing from his mouth. He said to his second "This fellow can't knock me out m lour rounds Benz ah's rush had told on him and he b gan the third tound uilh a look of determination on bis fate He concenti ated all his stie gth fol a knock out biow Twice he rushed James and delivered right arm swings, which, had thoy landed, would havt settled tho Dallas pugilist. James escaped by ducking Ho smnshed Benziah twice in the face, but without any appareut eft ct. Befoie the round closed Beuzijih bent in three blows on James head that made him gioggy, but he retreated and escaped a knock out James Became Angry. At the flndof the round the audience was cheering wildly Juiues was theio to stick, and such cries as "Don't lun, Tom, }ou can do him with Mitt hell business." "Lead for him" "dive him a straight left he filled the room llus talk made Benziah more determined to unlail his man He made James follow him around the stnge, but every time he feinled at James' head the boy jump d bjck. Benziah jeered the ama teur for his cowardice, and the latter be- came angry and begun standing his ground It Vita a Fatal Blow. When Benziah discovered that he had succeeded in making James ignore the Cemts, he knew his oppoi tunity bad come About the middle of the round he feiuttd with his left toward the stomach. The Dal- las man stood his ground, but threw down LIB and, as ho did co, stepped forward and seut bis right in with great force on the left side of James' ueck. The boy dropued as if shot and was carl led to bis correr He was limp and unconscious Whisky was poured down his throat, aud he was earned to a dressing loom The stage was cleared and show went on About half an hour later Muldoon appeared on the stage and said. "Gentlemen, I am sorry to say that James has not yet come around. la there a physi- cian in the audience? Kllraln Cried Like a Child. Three physicians took charge of Jamas' body, andrthough everything was done, he was knocked ont for all time Kilram and Muldoon held tho boy in their arms, and Kilrattr, whin told tuur James cued like a child. James died at uuduighl The Whole Party A Treated. Muldoon Kilram and the remaining mem- bers of the combination were arrested B'.n ziab is from Cincinnati, and while he has no ring record he is a clever aud strong fighter. Kilram, Muldoon, B.-nziah and Cleaiy had an examlnrtion before Justice Brown Alter hearing tho testimony all were released ex cept Benziah, who was held in for manslaughter. Who Jamei was. James WDS a well built, muscular young man of He came from Kumas City three months ago He was married two months ago, and his tragic end falls with crashing weight upon bis wife, who resides at Commertestreet Muldoon contnhntral to pay James' funeral expenses. The body will be sent to Denver for interment Kil- raiu and hU backers, excepting Benziah, have gone to New Orlonns. He Married Housekeeper. PROVIDENCE, Feb A social volcanic eruption occurred here when it became known that the of the late Amos E, B.'ckwitb, president of the Dyer- ville Manufacturing company, claimtid to be his widow. The claimimt is Mrs. Maria Sherman, a woman about years of nge, who had bcuu in Beckwitbts service for some ypnrs. Thi ee hours after Beckwitb died the housekeeper showed a marriage certificate to her friends and said she bad long been the dead man's wife, Wben called upon by reporters Sherman said she was indeed the wife of B and that she intended to assort her rights. Rarrett Wnrlar Tiring? CAVDEN, N J Feb 15 Garrett Murray was again on the stand in the Leconey mur- der case, an 1 denied point blank that he knew many of those present who were brought here to testify as to his character A nnmtar and paarh growers from Delaware and Maryland went on the stand and swore that Murriy's reputation for truth aud honesty was bail Other wlt- iMtrv who bad known Chalkley Leconey for many years testified to his being a veiy peaceful uian and that he exhibited heart- felt grief over the mnrder of Annie. with K "Mellran Man." NEW YortK, Feb. IS Sin Foom, of Can. ton, temporarily a Boston merchant, mar- ried a maiden of that city, who was attracted by bis resplendent silk garments. Thcoo palled and she eloped with a j outh of fifteen summers Sin Foom, in his agony, remem- bered Inspector Byrnm, and asked him to Ind the ret-ieant nife in New York. Protest. YOBK, Feb 15 executive com- mittee of the World's fair committee hiw decided to call a masi meeting of citizens to protest ngninst the delay In tho legislature of the World's f iir bill The date of the n? will bi fix d today f Mr ico prfcTti dm T Inrldnns, RT Aimsn i I )i I 1 IlnClil- cnRO club dpfpitfd tho homo teim by n scorn of 1 1 to 5 m seven innings, game being uu sooonnt of (iarkn I THREE" ARE DEAD. Fatal Railroad Colllilon Near 3Iltch.il, Ind MITCHF-IL, lud Feb The north bound morning passenger tram on tlu Louuulle, Now Albany and Chicago rai road e >Uided with a fi two units notth of here at ID o'clock W H Dillard of Louiavi U enpinetr, and J B U d of fttw Albuu} fireman of the en- g1 n weie instantly killed, an 1 Chuilts mail agoilt of Urltans bh )i t tluit ultei the accident, 1 ht> injuied wero W B Gnen IHWS ngtnt Lo isulle, scilp woun I 11 Smith, tl t hta 1 ludtv cut, J h i B Its, con ductor ol the pud'nger tram neilpnouud, F F llailsbjch Bedford, Ind lie i badly biuisedand cut, H T Beiislv Iigmur, Ind druinimr for the U nu 1 btates Loungo tomp-iuy of In llauap Us kg and arm bi u sod and sprained. A ftw othtr passeug n were huit, but n >t seriously I bo wretk ctiusjd by >nn old rs from the tr uu dlsp itcher, w h 01 U n d the freight engine south on thi time of the noi th bound pavs nger Cleveland OUYin u atlon BALTIMOHF reb 15 1 ho Cleveland Tnr iff Rolorin club ot Bultimoie count) having at its last m elms elected ei FiesuleiiK land an honorar} niembei lias from him a letter of m which hesajs ill )ou allow mo to make a gestioti? 1 think much labor is lost in the dlsti ibution of political literature b) sending pecplo as wus most convenient, without much rt gal d to the condition aud needs of those t was proposed to influence In tins way there have been sent to farmers dot u meuts which might have bten well suited to ti a itsmen or and perhaps the latlei mimed people have teen flooded with hltls intendi 1 for aQncul Alt etfuits m tho direction of spieading infoi ination mil be wonderlull) increased m cflii itiuy if tlie conditions and occupations of the people to be reached ure aseei tained and IE nothing but suth dotu men Is as me suited to th in be put m their hands Thtse thty may lead, but others are uot only thi own aside, but i iso to a dis inclination to Hud oi exjiuine anything of the kmd ravomble to Internntinnnl Copyright WASHINGTON Kb n The judicmrj committee of the houve has ordeied afavoi nMortportto be made nn anJutej-ntitlonal hill It was unanimously nsjretd by the committee that a bill should be bi ought befole the houst but each memb r ns rved the light to offti amendments to the bill when it comes There is ronsidi r able opposition to the bill, led by Mi Rogers of Ai knnsas Mi Adams of Illi uois, has been assigmd to the dutj of diaft- inu the bill to be uported His bill wUI be a substitute for tha Bi bill The s nate c ipyright bill ttili bo leporied f ivor ubly to tbj house by the patents committee Some of the membtis of this committee are opposed to the senate bill, and all havt re served the right to offer to it and to vole agum-it it Is tvusHtl KioterH onv rted BAITIMOUL Fib I1) tin Unitel States court thj c ISOT of th-s twenty five indicted for i loting ou the island of Navassa were conclude 1 I wenty three of the mm were convicted, and two acquitted fhe names of the former are deorge Hall, Robert Tnl b, Jncob Huznn, Robert Brmk- Ity, John H Hall, A.CIonder J Moi ns, C Stoci v, J Wing, T Broivn K Ihornp- R m C Ilenschell H Dennis C' Stopnpy J Jenl 11 s F Campbell, J Dodson, W Wilson, W H uson, C r Ash- fonl, J Johnson and J Jones 1 he two ac- quitted aie Johif lioss and Gi orgo Peterson Sentence was deferred An Alleged Plilladetptilu Forger FHlLADtLrniA, Feb Lipn- mnn n candy manuf icturer has Urn held in S10 000 bail on a charge of utttnug 000 worth of notes to which the nnme of F P Mori is, of the Long Island N ws com- pany, had betn forged Lippnmn formerly had a business connection with Morns He claims thit th) paper passed through his hauls n n c ntlv, and that ou Ins discovor- ii g its i "us nature he was taking it up whan arrested. Acquitted UTICA, N Y, Feb Mis Rkully, in- dicted on a charge of niuidtr in causing the death of her father, William Rtmhait, and who lias b en ou tUal at Moinsville, was found not guilty last tho juiy being out but hnlf an hour Htr husband, who was jointly indicted with her, was dis- charged from cuftody. The Captain Wuft Di owned NEW YORK, Feb At 9 o'clock the ttenmshipCity of N' w York while rounding the battery, ran down the cimilboat Cuh'll in tl e dense fog Tho canal boat sank The captain of the camilboat was Patrick Daley, of South Amboy He was sick abd in the flltiu B.t tb0 Hmttnnrl wnia flrownprl Iluifelara Rob 8ALPM, II, Feb 15 -Salem National bank was robb d last night f 410vOlO. be-- sides some securities. The hurghrs drilled through the vault door and then entered the vault and blew tho buiglar proof safe and took the contents. No clew to the thieves A Son Sentenced. JEMEV CITV, Feb 15 George Farriers, son of Horace Furriers a reputed million- aire of this city, who was convicted of steal- ing electric batteries from the Jersey City Electric Light company, was stntenct d yes torday to two years and six months in the Etnte pns m at Trenton Makes the lives of many people nilgeuble, causing distress after eating, soar stomach, sick headache, hcutbuui, bis u! uypollLo, a faint, all gone feeling, bad coated sn4 of DIStreSS the bowels. Dyspepsia does Alter not set well of Itself, It requires careful attention, baling and a renledy ilka Hood's Sanoparilla, which acts gently, yetomclontly, It tones the stomach, regulates the tlon, creates a good ap- filnk petite, banishes headache, i and refreshes the mind 1168080110 I hare been troubled with I had but little appetite, nnd wh.it I did eat llaarf. distressed me, or did me iioarr. AWw r DU m would have ft faint or tired, all gone feeling, as though I had not eaten anything. My trouble was by my business, painting. Last spring I took Hoods Bar- saparllh, which did mo an OtOmaCh Immchso amount of good It give me appetite, and my food relished and satisfied the crivlii" I inrf previously eiporlcnced." 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JUST ARRIVED AT w A Grand Assortment of Very Latest Novelties in KMBROIDERIFS Among which are entirely rew tie- llgnl hnfftte, wliloh we Jd't received thronth of the largest importing In Mew Yp-k We piuarantee that no finer nor bet- ter made Embroideries are in the matket, and, abnre all, (bit we are enabled to tell these beantffa new Pambnrm st lower prices than any Mew Vork retniler is able to offer to yon, no matter who they for we nought them for and are e to give mrpnulng to yon. and compare onr Embroideries with any o'hen compare pri P 8 Notice hereby gire clal nntlrethattll the old Pn.'-oli and Umbrellii from 1889, left for coferlng nnd itpalrs, matt be called for within 80 diys from this date, or will be told for i 15th. WARMS', City Book Job Work dene M and TWO Vallae E...porln. B1 Caleb ated Spring Styles now on Sale. 15 State STKWAKT HAMMOND J HOI i i-' irS AKH3 ii KiJUCATOKS, CAi'AMT.K, K fNiVo N2 WW-EWBmAM, NO NONSfcNSE In IU ftwto Pra, Mithod., Sn.c fol T -ihing_ indlndn.l he Shorthand I )epai tment 8 BWOWS Tor 1UOMAH J. ad. BOX Kfl, J. 1O and
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