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Athens Messenger And Herald (Newspaper) - October 21, 1897, Athens, Ohio Koi free turnpikes v is. Pou free Turnpike a a Hee Ald. To Tkv Rinns . Vol. Liv. No 4 i Athens Ohio thursday morning october 21, 18117. Thu ath Kim iikka1i vol. Xvi. No. To week of Republican meetings. Outpouring of the people of Athens county to hear the leaders of the party discuss the state and National . Grosvenor. Hanna. Frye and Garfield address Large meetings. T,.e past week has been a Republican a a k in this county a week in which republicans showed their unwavering Loyal Quot to that party in whose ranks shone i Quot ii Brilliant stars As Lincoln. Grant. Garfield. Blaine Hayes and other Noble exact ers of equal prominence. Senator Flaker that potent Brilliant inde fati a lao worker for the Success of the Republican cause was the guest of the people ii Athens county last week and right royally and enthusiastically was entertained. is recognized As one of the great leaders of political thought and action and on every occasion that appears Here is Given a warm and a most is Wurr Bloom k. Though senator Foraker has visited the in ?.of Athens Many times and though b s name is a cherish cd household word throughout the county is always listened to with renewed interest. Senator Foraker was accompanied on his Campaign tour through Athens by general c h Grosvenor who is known by every Man. Woman and child in the county and to whom the people acknowledge a debt of gratitude for his valuable work in 0 . And especially his untiring Effort in the fifty fifth Congress. Senator Foraker was in Athens but one Cay. Thursday but during i Brief stay delivered three speeches at three unimportant Points and gave an Rray of answerable convincing truths against which Tho fusillade of democratic vituperative bombardment is absolutely Barmie his first speech was delivered at it ister thursday Forenoon and a Good sued audience was present to Greet him. The meeting was held at a most unfavourable time for a Large crowd to attend because a a Al. His Max Werk working a Aly with the greatest inconvenience aul pecuniary loss to themselves would it have been possible for them to preset Quot. The mines were running full time. And the men wished to take advantage Quot to the Dawn of Prosperity in the Valley Atli consequently worked steadily throughout the Day. Had the meeting been held in the evening or on saturday afternoon the audience would have been quadrupled but. However As it was. The crowd was reasonably Large considering the circumstances and senator Foraker was received with that enthusiastic applause which shows that holds a lasting place in the hearts of the people of Trimble township. Every word uttered by the so Atar was listened to with a keen a 1 relative every sentence fraught with cogent truth left its impress upon a mind of the auditors. Dilator Foraker left Glouster on the a dido Central train and arriving in Athens half an hour litter was met at the a put by enthusiastic crowd of citizens at i More than a Hundred College students. As the senator and his party alighted in the train they were greeted by the University yell that i Ade the Welkin Rino. Senatorial party was driven to the a is Iii. Of general Grosvenor whose s Cost senator Foraker was while Iii Athens. A crowd As Large As was expected was i a Silt at the meeting held Here in the j i i noon. Farmers in the surrounding Tiit Orv were prevented from attending a a tact that the meeting was held in Middle of the week and because they Quot to up to their ears Quot Iii work so to d a. In sowing their wheat which had Quot in delayed Many weeks by the Scarcity Rilio in fact. As senator Foraker a naked in his speech the Farmers were i>1y making Money to attend political Quot dings. However when the speaking 1 a n. Eight Hundred or a thousand peo i 1 Quot vie present. Music was furnished 1 the occasion by the Athens concert i and Williams Young musicians l Ite j i1 aking was from the band stand on the House Esplanade and at i did the a Man of the meeting. Major diaries 1 Quot do my. Introduced general Grosvenor 1 Quot Ade a Brief speech confining his a 1 principally to the j. Skoro i lot Kline. Ticket. Quot bowed in unmistakable terms that j placing of this ticket in the Field was a Al in a democratic trick to have the fed voters cast their ballots indirectly democratic cause. The entire Ige of front of the democratic part Quot is extreme antipathy for the negro 1 Quot oui overflowing wit ii love for his Jim. Is one of the most ludicrous and Quot Quot a intent acts in the political drama a state apolitical party that was Quot known to favor the negro in the m Tilting affair a party from which Quot fro never has and never will receive a word of encouragement or an Iota of assistance suddenly discovers its overwhelming Devotion for his Well being and suddenly realizes that is the one upon j whom its deceptive generosity will lavished this then must considered an occurrence without a parallel in Ohio politics. Many of the men who signed the petition for the negro protective ticket even in Athens county were Iti, i democrats while thousands of such democrats signed the petition throughout the state. This farcical love of the democrats for the negro was displayed in All its hypocritical phases by general Grosvenor and after paying a High compliment to Athens distinguished guest closed his Brief address and senator Foraker was in i to reduced. Ile was greeted with tumult Nous applause and after a few Intro in Story observations launched at once in to the discussion of governor Bushnell a i administration. Beginning with governor Foster. Senator Foraker said that a Hen left the Gubi Natoria chair and avas succeeded by governor Ilo Adley. There a As a surplus in the state Treasury. I at the expiration of Hoadley a us Tiuis traction not Only avus the surplus gone. I but a deficit nay of $1,800,000existed. This was one of the intricate problems that confronted senator Foraker when i entered the office of governor and at the 1 end of four years but Little had been a con polished Tavard the liquidation of the enormous debt. Governor Campbells efforts to reduce the debt were futile and a Hen president Mckinley became governor had a �1.hoo. deficit still confronting him. At the end of Mckinley s 1 four year s administration there was a d i Cienci of$1.hhhhx having thus reduced i the debt two ii nored to Oksa no dollars. So then Ashen governor Bushnell enter id in january of to it there avas a deficiency a in the state Treasury of �1.100.01 0. The problem of inducing this was the difficult one governor Bushnell had to solve. Let us see a a Well has succeeded. It avas seen at a glance that some plan should i devised for increasing the Revenue of the j state and that. Too. Avit Hout increasing the tax Burden on the agricultural class i is. After considering the condition of i affairs governor Bushnell recommended to the seventy second general Assembly an increase of the liquor traffic tax and excise tax upon the Gross earnings and receipts of certain corporations enjoying franchises. His recommendations were carried out by the general Assembly and As a result an additional income of $5ml4 is a is created. This tax was paid promptly without protest which avas most commendable and to the credit of these corporations. As a result during Hie last eighteen months the certificates of indebtedness issued to provide for a temporary loan of Iboo xxi to meet the extraordinary expenses of the the state in ism. Have been Tah Ott and unless some unforeseen circumstances arise the last Dollar of Ohio a indebtedness an i 11 have been paid by my or in other words the Bonds a i 11 paid As fast As they mature. Not Only is every matured debt of Ohio paid today but there is in the state Treasury the sum of Al .ooo, this shows certainly a satisfactory condition of affairs and the reelection of governor Bushnell a i 11 insure the continuance of this Avise business like policy in the administration of the affairs of state. Senator Foraker showed the importance of this election and the importance of electing a Republican legislature. The election of governor Bushnell would the endorsement of his business economic administration the election of a Republican administration insures the return of senator Marcus a. Hanna to the United states Senate and his return avid place the Seal of approval upon the administration of president Mckinley. St Eli inks a r Nelsonville. Senator Foraker and general Grosvenor left on the 5 10 Hocking Valley train for Nelsonville where on the same evening they spoke in Stuart s opera House to a Large and enthusiastic audience. Every available toot of space aah occupied a bile the gallery was filled to its fullest capacity. Captain j f. Welch avas made chairman and introduced senator Foraker who avas applauded to the Echo covered practically the same ground As at Athens and produced a profound effect. When general Grosvenor avas introduced was received with his old time enthusiasm. Ile was frequently interrupted with resounding applause and throughout the entire meeting the speakers celled a veritable ovation the Frost meeting a surprisingly Large crowd to hear Garfield. Oro Evenor end Caldwell. Senator James k Garfield that unassuming popular and Able member of the Ohio Senate Avo is so grandly and ably Fol leaving in the footsteps of his illustrious father the martyred president came to Athens. Friday evening on his Way to speak at Frost on saturday. The Ohio University students irrespective of sex remembering his excellent Kavork in to a of of the University Laid which recognized the equity of the Ohio University s claim on the state headed by the Athens hand proceeded to the colonnade hotel where the senator Ryas stopping and called for a speech. Many of the citizens were equally enthusiastic and when the distinguished gentleman appeared a sea of faces were presented which betokened a Hearty ave come. Or. Garfield s speech was Short and full of appreciation for the ovation tendered him. On saturday morning a number of athenians and the Marshfield hand accompanied senator Garfield and general Grosvenor to Frost a Here in the afternoon they and Hon. Charles Caldwell of West Virginia addressed a Large gathering. Very body avas astonished at the outpouring of the people in that sparsely settled country. Khilla Iii n Ouk o in a talk would a conservative estimate and i the credit is largely due to the untiring of i Orts of such staunch republicans As Frank j Root Hiram Burden the hat tons the Richardson the russells and a number of others in the Vicinity of Frost. The meeting avus held in the Little Grove j near by Rev. Russell being made the chairman. first introduced senator j Garfield Avaio talked for an hour or More i confining his remarks to state issues and i to the excellent record of the last general Assembly in obtaining needed additional. Revenue without increasing the rate of Levy on taxable value of real and personal i property. The increase in the receipts i of the state treasurer incident to the in a crease of the liquor traffic tax and the levying of an excise tax upon the Gross earnings and receipts of corporations enjoying Public franchises amounted to a. T . The Caus of higher education and Public charities has been better provided for than during any other administration for years aet there has not been an overdraft nor an Advance draft. Instead of the usual depleted condition of the Treasury there is now in the state Treasury. Or. Garfield closed his speech Avioli an Appeal to the voters to continue in Power such a highly successful administration. is an interesting sneaker indulging in no High sounding rhetoric nor attempts j to humorous but driving at the Point j from Start to finish. Issue to become one of the most popular Campaign orators in the state. General Grosvenor avas introduced As the second speaker and devoted his time to a general discussion of the Tavo parties. dwelt upon the incompetency of the democrats to administer the affairs of state and referred at length to the Brilliant achievements of the Republican party in once More establishing Confidence among the great business industries of this country and passing such protective legislation that is making the Farmers of i the land look Forward with a Treav Hope of j a successful future. Sex congressman Caldwell of Parkersburg avas the third speaker and his inexhaustible store of Avit and humor kept the audience in a Roar until the train left for Athens and it is not Learned yet hot much longer. The meeting avas a Complete Success. The people a Ere Avert pleased Avith the speakers and the speakers Avert pleased with the people. Or. And mrs. Frank Root delightfully entertained the Athens delegation in a most hospitable manner. Hanna and Frye at Nelsonville. The two senators Given a rousing reception there tuesday night. N k n v 11. I. E011 to october i High t this City has been ablaze with Republican enthusiasm Victory permeates the very air. And when the votes Are counted one week from next tuesday. York the to Avn snip thut has been weighed and never found wanting will found standing resolutely in the Republican column. The Arr Val of from Logan bearing senator Hanna. Senator Frye and general Grosvenor marked the beginning of a demonstration that is rarely seen in this City even in the hottest political Campaign at the depot the senatorial party avas met by an immense crowd bands were playing horns were blowing and people were shouting. The streets were literally ablaze Avith fireworks and everywhere was seen that enthusiasm that is the try i Ksor of is c l Ess the opera House in which the meeting was held Ivas one solid mass of humanity. Men and women tilled every Inch of space and hundreds sought in vain for admission to toe Hall. One feature of the meeting Here tonight was the ovation Given general Grosvenor. The general was unavoidably delayed in reaching the Hall and walked to the platform unattended As walked up the aisle was greeted with tremendous applause senator Frye was introduced by chairman Captain Snowden the Maine senator was at his Best. And taking protective i Tariff As i s theme showed that by its i Agency tin maintenance of remunerative avaoe.-, i for the Labouring Man is made possible. I without will compelled to compete with the unpaid labor of Europe. The introduction of senator Hanna was taken As a signal for applause the Ike of Avrich has rat Civ been a i t a suit in this City. For fully three minutes the tumult 1 continued and in non quiet Geed Hie j senator began a forty minutes speech Replete a it ii convincing truths. j fused Iii emphatic terms the Calum Nious attacks and accusations of the Democrat j in press and showed the glittering falsity of the charge that is a labor Crusher. Hanna and Frye at Athens. Greeted with a Large crowd and meeting enthusiastic yesterday. Senator m. A. Hanna and senator win. P. Frye of Maine arrived in Athens on the la to train from Nelsonville tuesday night. Adhere the same evening they addressed an immense audience. The two distinguished senators Ivere guests at the colonnade hotel and on wednesday noon they Ivere entertained at luncheon by or. And mrs. J. I. Broin. Senator Hanna and senator Frye passed the Forenoon wednesday in a quiet manner. They Avert taken for a Short drive Avith to neral Grosvenor and the rest of the morning was spent in receiving and answering telegrams and Reading the papers. Residences and business houses Ivere quite lavishly decorated and lithographs of Hanna. Mckinley. Foraker and Bushnell Avi seen in almost every Ivin div. People from the country and surrounding Toins began to arrive by nine o clock and with the arrival of every train the crowd Lins enlarged. By Tielve o clock a thousand people were on the att eel and by i my Ivy eur the speaking began fully tiv x to Al a ii ii i Noiel f Bot Leivere in i crowd. There Ivas noticeable anxiety on the part of nearly every one tosses Satot Hanna about whom All had read so much and Evhen took his place on the platform erected on the court House Square a vociferous shout Ivel up from the multitude. J. P. Wood made chairman of the meeting Aud senator Frye of Maine Ivas introduced. His speech from beginning to end Ivas forceful and logical and the frequent burst of applause that greeted him was evidence of appreciation. dwelt at considerable length on the free coinage of Silver which the democrats have in their platform but which Tuey never mention either Iron Rostrum or press Ile revealed the utter fallacy of free coinage and the absolute dishonesty involved in carrying out the Silver scheme. dwelt upon the overshadowing importance of the result of the election and the necessity of electing a legislature that Avill choose a Republican colleague for Ohio a senior senator j. B. Foraker. The failure to do this Means the disapproval of governor Bushnell s excellent administration the repudiation of the action of the republicans last fall and the repudiation of our Oivin Republican president. William Mckinley. In the course of senator Frye s speech spoke of one of the ineradicable principles of the Republican party the protective Tariff which if judiciously carried out. Means the continuance of Prosperity of american labor and the impossibility of reducing them to the unhappy lot of the european toilet. Senator Hanna As arose to speak was greeted with applause that could not misunderstood. Instead of the Man with horns oppressive and arrogant As the inquirer cartoonist depicts him. is the very picture of jollity Good nature and generosity. spoke but tiv Enty minutes but every word Ivas to the Point. The malicious charges made against him by the democratic press proved to utterly i without foundation. The fact that during the month of last August a Dull business month paid his employees a do in ally the sum of saw too. The speech throughout Ivas the presentation of business facts in a Plain business like Way by a business Man. Senators Hanna. Frye and general Grosvenor left on the afternoon train for Glouster Inere a rousing meeting was held last night. Music Ivas furnished during the afternoon by the Athens concert band. And yesterday evening accompanied the senatorial party to Glouster. Farn Era institutes. The committee to establish Farmers institutes in Ohio have Given to Athens county four meetings to held at Athens Coolville. Ani Albany. Tile locations Are appropriate it gives an Opportunity for All to attend one or More of these meetings without great inconvenience. The several executive committees of the different institutes a i 11 meet soon to arrange programs for the coming meetings. No pains will spared to have the dates of these meetings so Avell advertised that every in or on in the county can know when they Are held. Come to these institutes prepared to a give and take Quot the greatest amount it information in the least possible time. There will present practical representative men in different lines of agriculture and horticulture. Come let us reason together. K. Ii Shaam by. President. Just try a t in. Box of castanets the finest liver and Bowel regulator Ever made. Lamborn is showing of Oil Glouster photographer arrested for having a counterfeiter s j outfit. Half of a Hollis ten Dollar Hiu found in his in Osses Siou nays unde plate for another tarty taken to chill Rothe for trial a counterfeiting scheme was nipped in the Dud Here monday afternoon and John la in born aves arrested and placed in the county jail charged Avith having counterfeit Money and apparatus for making it. In his Possession. John lamborn is a resident of Glouster adhere for a number of years has been conducting a photograph gallery. Though his gallery has been located in that City has been conducting a sort of photographic Iti Nerancy in different parts of Athens county. For some time had his artist tent pitched at Albany and last a Eek removed his outfit from that pm Ace to Athens i Valiere on Mill Street his tent is nov located. When arrested lamborn had in his Possession Valise containing several plates photo Grants half of a ten Dollar i Bill arid a Small Supply of Ink. The plates shelved considerable ingenuity in their Ivor Manship the Bill Ivas a fair product of t engraver s skill and was a very creditable imitation of the genuine article. It Bas been definitely Learned that lamborn bad been engaged several months in perfecting his counterfeiting scheme but it is almost positively known that none of the bogus Bills have been put into circulation. But had not the scheme been nipped Evhen it Ivas in its inception it would have been Only a question of time Evhen an attempt at least would have been made to Moat the counterfeit Money. Like the majority of schemes to defraud the people Lamborne sivas circumvented and exposed because of undue Confidence placed in others. As Long ago As August Ivas evidently working to perfect his counterfeiting apparatus and was probably on the Point of manipulating his scheme Evhen the props Ivere knocked from under it. The Man of whom f a in born made a confident Ivas Job ii a Oil a Barber now located ii Athens on court Street but formerly engaged in the same business it Corning Aal Glouster. While at Glouster. Lamborn and Koan became acquainted. And the intimacy of their acquaintanceship led lamborn to divulge his scheme for making counterfeit Money. Koon s father. Eli Koon. Lives at Blain City Madison county and while on a visit to his Home sometime ago. Informed his father of the scheme lamborn had in View. Koon cautioned his son to careful or d become implicated in the counterfeiting business. The son replied that would not become entangled in the meshes and that Ifould Iva it Iii lamborn attempted to Moat the spurious Money inform upon him and receive a Large Reward. About a Ivecek ago John Koon left Glouster inhere had been located and went to Plain City to visit his father. While there lamborn a Rote a letter to Koon from Athens. Before the letter reached Plain City. Hoi Vever. Koon left and came to Athens. In the meantime the epistle had reached its destination and Ivas coiled by his father. Kun Koon Ivhon opened the letter Ami read it. Tile missive contained some reference to the counterfeiting scheme and also a request for five dollars which As lamborn said Ivan Ted to use in Billing Athens for his photographic business. Fearing his son Ifould become implicated in the counterfeiting game the elder Koon boarded the first train monday for Corning inhere believed Ifould find his son. Learning that Bis son Ivas in Athens walked from Corning to Glouster and Atter having lamborn shown to him boarded the Ohio Central train that teaches Athens at a in. As a remarkable coincidence Lam born boarded the same train having purchased a ticket for Athens. Lamborn Ivas evidently Labouring under considerable Strain. Fur scrutinized every one that entered the car wit ii Lynx like keenness. When the train reached Athens. Lamborn left his Valise in the car Ami stepping on the platform looked in every direction to see if the coast was Clear for front his unnatural actions it Ivas Plain that anticipated trouble Evhen reached this City. Satisfying himself that thy Ivay Ivas open hire entered the car. And getting his Valise started at a brisk Valk up Toiven. On the train with fun Koon was commissioner Dupler. Ami the two Ival ked up the Street from the depot together. In j the course of the conversation Between i Vliem Koon incidentally remarked that i lambent who Ivas just ahead had enough in his grip to Send him to the pen i . I his naturally a roused or. I hapless curiosity and plying one ques i lion after another elicited the Story of i John Koonts transactions with lamborn. In authorities Here Ivere at once notified. And Twenty minutes alter lamborn struck the town lie avos arrested by Marshall i an in the Barber shop where Koon Ivas at work. Lambent Evhen arrested showed not a Little nervousness and when his Valise was opened and examined and the contents found As above stated said Ivas making the plates for John Koon. For which Ivas to receive the sum of fifty dollars. The Valise in Ivsich the counter Felting plates were found lie longed to will Koon brother of the one who first knew of the scheme. Young Koon when interviewed said that parties at Albany were also implicated in the work hut Lambert denies tin statement. was taken to Chillicothe wednesday morning by Deputy United states marshal harness there will tried before the United states commis sinner. Lamborn is about thirty six years of age and has a wife and family at Glo Sterin the Well drilled on the Hope farm yesterday but no Gas found. Messes. Shepp and Harris confident of a in is ii Cool Here citizens urged to Corm it Trosper lug company the hip Fust Muni. Tho Avell nut a Down by the Liepp Oil co., Between the k. Amp m. Railroad and Margaret is Creek near the Hope Gas Avell Ivas drilled in monday evening at a do pub of i i feet. Much to the Surprise of everybody there Ivas a shelving of Oil hut scarcely no Gas Ivha Tever. The fell avas shot on wednesday morning Aud the tubing collapsed thus preventing any vis Ible effect ignite a considerable showing of Oil is in evidence and a Short time after the shooting the Avell Lilied i Villi an Excel Lent Quality of Pennsylvania Oil. It is the opinion of the operator that Evhen the casing is removed that Oil n ill flow but of course it is lion impossible to know in Inhat quantities. Or. Shepp and Bis colleague or. Harris have had a Deal of experience in Oil prospecting and they Are firm in the belief that there Are Rich pools in this locality. In lie Avell in question is Ivi thin 500 or Cik feet of the original Hope Well Ivsich Sho aved a heavy flu a of Gas. The Berea grit Nas found to live feet deeper in the Shepp Avell than in the Hope Well shelving conclusively that the slope is toward the East. There Peing a showing of Oil and none of Gas leads to the con delusion that they Ivere approaching the Oil Pool. Probably another Avell farther East would a Gusher. Messes. Shepp and Harris have Conn into this Community As Oil prospectors and put Down the Well in question largely at their own expense. They Are pulling to help defray the expense in continuing exploration for Oil and Gas and giving this Field a thorough scientific test. To successful Ifould mean a great Deal for Athens. It appears to the Ivr iter that the citizens of Athens should not let these gentlemen leave Here until further tests in made let there a company of one Hundred or More formed and have several More Sivells put do Avn. The Cost to each Ifould but Little if unsuccessful but if successful the returns Ifould a thousand fold. Let our Public spirited citizens take this matter up and in the same spirit of Enterprise of messes. Liepp arid Harris push the prospecting for Oil and Gas Here to a successful termination. James h Qualls writes some resolutions which should adopted by coloured voters. James la. Quails Ivelio Ivas for a number of years a prominent coloured school teacher and a resident of this county writes this paper from his Home in Harrison county Ohio and among other tilings incorporates ids opinion of the negro protective party in the following resolutions which says Hopes All coloured voters of Ohio will adopt resumed that Ive the coloured voters of the state of Ohio look Vith righteous contempt upon the efforts of John it. Merman and his hirelings to detract from the strength of the Republican party by causing the organization of an alleged coloured protective party into which it proposes to lure the coloured voters. Resumed. That Ive regard with Disfavour the action of certain coloured men who As tools of the democratic party Are trying to betray the coloured voters in the interest of democracy Whity As a party has been our enemy Ever since it began. Resumed that Ive hereby warn our Bre Tieren throughout the state of Ohio that this so called negro protective party is Only an organization of negro democrats ave to failing to attract any considerable number of coloured voters to the democratic party Are seeking to foist upon the coloured men of this state this alleged Independent ticket. Resumed. That severely condemn any proposition to place a separate or Jim Crow ticket upon the official ballot. Resumed that the entire Republican ticket has our most Hearty endorsement. Deafner cannot cared by local applications As they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is Only one Way to cure deafness and that is by remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Kusta Cilian tube. When this tube gets inflamed Yon have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the India Matious can taken out Aud this tube restored to its Normal condition hearing will destroyed forever nine cases out if ten Are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. will give one Hundred dollars for any Case of deafness caused by Catarrh that cannot cured by Halls Catarrh cure. Send for circulars free. F. J. Cheney amp co., Toledo o. Sold by druggists 75c. Hall s family pills Are the Best. Hibbard a Glazier the undertakers. J. M. Thris wend. Of Grosbeck Texas says that when has a spell of indigestion. And feels bad and sluggish takes two of Dewitt Little Barly risers at night and is All right the next morning. Many thousands of others do the same thing. Do you Cline s pharmacy. A disfigurement for life by Burns or scalds May avoided by using ski witty switch Hazel Salve the great remedy for piles and for All kinds i sores and skin s pharmacy

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