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WEEKLY HERALD: PLATTSMOUTH, flBURASKA, APRIL 17, ltf)u
Tli- If" a M i. will it!. in a u.ak l.;tv- '"'". M "l s"'1 ' vvi,1, J""" l) "M,n
n m.-w ..v.-,-r jr.- a liii h will 1m; urn y "i "r.-d W.dt.-iV f..!k. -mi
t li tric motor. I J. (' l"ik' nli iry, 'tic South Oimdit
A C. M IV. s Wcllt ' lit to til' W. sti.TII
pot ut tin- f.iiuny to lf V..1H- siiry-.v 111 !
Tli.- Ix .iuliti.l ( ut fit ii'- ti iimi.il loi ;
tlh- V. tti IK :i!Hi l.lul k V.iM 1 1 I l.; V 1 .''
All ioy.-rs ..f l.ii::li v. . i 1 1 1 ai i.-d 1 i 1 1 !
folk- should ! ut tli - . i.i llnil.
'I'll fAiy iiiulit.
Tln ii; it h .i'l to l- it fni'i in-1 lire .t rn .l
ill Hie 1-itln r Ii i'le siiii-c J 'I. a Ih ll'-uli
jut ii ;:iirif t-ii'ica ni ide.
Iir.t i it-t Cni;t uilj .iniMil to April 2i'-tli
f r tin- i n-1 1 1 ii m of dares. No oth'-r
iMlsill' r-t Will l" 1 l all.K tfd .
Nom tl.ino 1' tli .ii ii iinl'"!'l of rami
merci'il t i i s iinn- in tiiis morning
from Oni i!i i to 'do the town."
.1. M S. km 'll:i ki r u-ttiiir nt i
IkiikUuiiii- new 'i'liv ty wnumi tor 1 .1.
Hani ii, tin- Sixth street urori-r.
C a M :(-' irt'iv. tli.f s -r li.ni f.. rein .11.
inove.l into tin- rdd rocit op
posite tlw IIi tM.i) oIIk-c y-sti nl.iy.
Fn-d ,i iiiile 11'. in hiving Prof. Jolui
Le.-u Ii cc S- n j ii-.it up lii-i nice ri si'lei.i r
n roiiit iioiise Mpi.ue in h stsli.-h m ill
Til'- IIoli. 3i-oOi- Vahinitoi I'oisull
lll'l'le ul ol (In- . ;uts of Mnin stre t 1" ll
i strimw to dity !' bt.iitin the t-tm-t
ink l.-r .
All'C-skilf ll '.lte.1 down the rivi
Stin-liiy, 1 imliiii.' uliove tin- lni.l' ; .oiii
of the li.ivs- w. nt down and o:,in. i!
po.s. s.slcll of th'- Clillt.
V II I'i. k -i;s an Ih lire hoys m
lilovil.o t lie h .S h.ill file today, il
p:ir;itorv to the T'Clioii of H lil'ililinol ll
Htii;iliithe.ilt r f r the loin n-isiu lit.
We et- li.l ll in "H.t'on to tli:- mii
it -IS of Platt-moutll to a'iV "3 j, refill.
of Siniilir.H s- rinons f r our M i-h y
p;loer. m'nI ivs'ino- to !. limited from
to 'J. words i ileh.
(VI. .1 inn s ' Woodson the Cottnj.'"
lloiH pl Ojil ietor h:is tilti' 1 no his p' m i
recently i'i si etidit'. style, tli- ptihii.
will reri-iv th h st th- 1 ind i.fTouls i y
c-al'ini: ut the Cttae house.
'I'hilip tile the i-nij.e shoot- r" wi
delink Sttnr.liy i iht. and t"dn
lat)Liuis!ii in the t-oUi'.ty j il. Look tie'
on the h.-i-r k' u v. lien tin-y appear to la
cm j i y Philip, tor veiily they are not.
Mrs C. Howl uid. whose hushatid w s
sudd -i.ly kili.-d a few wi-. ks m in .
lailioad at i ill- iii, is now railed Uj on to
111 oini til-' de it'l of h'-r l;i!e. Th'n i
CSpei iallv S id, as no ll-.ll are left 'll
h"Hit hr okeii wenia.n to oomloti herin h- i
donh'.e h r-. aVL".;ielits. Th..- fr.U' r.d to. k
pi !( today
The IIi.il ki v. ii! .' h utiy t'ave h in w
pjtssau.i oth I i iii pi o vi men' s e ul
cm r icailt is to h ;i! vitli tis for a f. w
(lays and we sin. 11 Lrive tin in a Will
print'-d .iini p.- sy papi r. In the iikmp
time c Mm- in mii I su'ds.-i ihe, m t the h i-i
paper in tie- roitnty -.n.l dieti.niai'
throwdin. l m liiher that with in
ut In r ei-niii v j..ipercai yon in-t a tlic
tioiiny for mi Iiiile iii.m- y
Tneie i a rumor that Pi l tsawi ith i
to have a ity dir. etory Ttn I ! Krt.vi i
lias oin- word of :id viee s'oll no CoI'ti iK l
fur hook or ud wrtisii! until you kim-'
Wil is doino; 1 1. work -111 tint Sli'
party has tiie a i!iiy and r. S h iF i I d I i f V .
and th o know whit "ii o, t hefoiv ().
pay for It. A :!i-eetorv i one 'himr hpi
"win-t" is an. itht r. Phittmouth w-mt
ii Coo.l. reli ihlo and complete clirtcton
Dr. G. W. Clutter removed his nt d
rooms 1 ist iv ek to the Gilaior.- Imiidine
over L'md-. s s'ore Toe doctor ii -h
i:i so in !y f inished p.irim n!s, lm'
wh- ili-r it will i 1 1 to tin; pleasure d
t ie tooth in 1 1 i a r ii-m ' i as for t!ie un
foitunat s to t. stifv. Au'ourn Post
O. plain Donevmi was in L-iu-oln over
Mi-s M tri.-ta Caoney wint to Lincoln
this nun iiiiiLT.
Y. G. K-eferis in Wuhoo with l is
fiinily toil ay.
Al f Whit is hnildiiii; an audition to
his r sidence .
Mrs. 'd. I). P.l and -on Sunday, d
with -. 1 div'-s in G:- enwoo 1.
E I M r:i i-iiii in til's morning fr m
Chicago, to l up h'.s lions-.
C. S. !! -ss: i-. h m ri:i t'te count v's
Capital 'V t'i Ids presence today.
Win Oss. 1 k ; h d Lute Baedikcr, of
Loiiisvi le, :i'" in lie city lo.laV.
D-ptv Si lift" lieii' want G: nd
Island tl.is u Mining after his family.
Mrs. Wir.siow. n.othor of Mr. S. A
Davi-, went t 1 lx.11 saw this m iru 1 11. j
C S. Cowles. ci il .1,' nt of the Iv avid ;
insurance otnp'iiy, is in tin- city todav.
A. W. White. J .hn Ku!.n-y. Fn-d!
BuC-e and F.ank Carrut'n ae in Omaha !
Mis, Hattie Cropp ..nd Miss M-rv
N-j-ally "t'rh Ouiah passengers th's
. . ,
John Phi'Iin" and ' I imi Johnson.
U. P. m chiui-ts spent Sunday with
Mr?. CIi-ih. Miillii a. of I'urilic J"nc-
c, .in ni i -r-i mi m in, c.ime in this iiioiiiiii.'
c i his ii i v to S ii' 1 1 On ilia.
!i-s ( I ua S 1 mire, of Omaha, was
; in th c-dv over Sunday vUitin her
i ! - t Ik r I'i ink, of the Western Union.
S P ' ll'l .tt.i w. nt to Council I'duff-
t'n nioi iiiile; Ii-- ' X e ts to see ('()ll
In ilidt r Alot r ol the G A. It hefore hi
fi t urn.
.John M. (J H thy, the South Omah;.
0 ii-i'itor who pmch'H'-d a hicycle of Toio
I'n t rsun, took it home w ith him y s
Mr. -ind Mrs. Fniiik M.TL'an and Mis
Swift wait to II iv S..riiiv,s yesti-rdav f
a fe-.v d is' visit with Mrs. Swift"
IJohert (Ji noer, h" uentl' manly .IL'et't
of the n iV M. at Soii'll Omah i. Wie
cdh il to Plattsmouth 1 it. niht on ur
l nt htii in ss .
Col. Cail J T. S . ly. the -xood lookine
diiorof the Madison Chronicle, w-as ill
the city Sit unlay niht for a biicf visit
Harry .1. Drav. hum of th" I IllH.A I.d's
l-Xei 1 1 1 ll t (oip-iof t poorapllicill altis's.
vi'ted his mother ami h st. irl in Mound
City. Mo., Sunday.
Fr -d Ivroehler was in L nisvill" Sir
i : It 1 :. v s I vino pajieis in I" lation to the
M isinri-r in itfi r which comes up for a
en i i ms i n county coiut In-re toinorrow
t lie Claia I.nuis.! K"lg Conceit
and Op-'i-.t Compiny
Which i;iv s on -of its pei rless nt. r
t i'i. lie nts at Wall rm iii's ei-r;i house on
Pi.Uis lny eVellill'l, April 17, needs HO
w.i 1 of eommi-nf or ciitci m from the
1 ic.al pr ss, so un i v; sal I v i-i this aiipelh
I'.-iic stir us 1 ll ; -H ) ) rt I - i 4 CI u.) HIV
iii.i.vn and ii.lmii-. d. Tin' folliivvinu
a 04: amine will iu-ip-e a crowded Imu-e.
Duet! ."I! Us ri " Do' i.ctti
Messrs. is r. 'i: a-ul I. c
-0: I u la'av sjullivan
Ml- cirri-. M r-
-:,.!- -My : .1 .-.Ki S .iN" .. .Mo-sett
v 1 . i !i !) i I ! ct.
tewt'l : i-e -Knis " C u i-ul
Mi-.s c :i'a l.i u se i;eilee
Til 1 ... ' I a 'i ' Kaii''it,e:T
Mi "ai-t M M s-r-i Sti ;.-ir.ih a nl heo.
:: ...lisli (.:-. 'e ... (in g!
y. i - ( i 11 1.. ui-e ;(i;
I! ii!i;ii!Z '. "i i.ooii".. .. -!ii. i: "ha as
u r. S-ii ;;f .i
O.ie't " s i.:'n in Wi.i. e" Ar Hi
Mis l arri-' I .r-i a 1 M . C a-1 Sjili; irilo.
r.v t n.
S co:i l aef of 1) ei'Z -i ti's "T Uld op:-ra,
"Li F avo'it iu full costiiui'-s an. I
-t iu:e s tt in 4s.
n-e Ivia" Mr i"'i:vn II I.ee
i-er .- in! t M;. ' ail S$. ar.ia
L, -i .ri Miss I'anie i crse
To -o, !! ! with the fa nous qu;iit tt
t' -it of V-rdi's f ut 1 -I'i "ll-ol tto."
I-i -j: 1 liena iiss i'anie .Morse
e ia " -I 1 ::n '.'Iv. all -p jjar i
-ee.1 .1 .
i.Ul.i . . ..
Mr w i ii i"i I ee
!a;-1 i.imii . Keliu 'a
O 1 of he pup'il if i.iipto'ne'.it ilet'e; -11
fiiis t i v, h as ju-t i.f i ive.l 11 new lm
t tin- mo-r slii a c.-.- ful I V sa'.al.le jooiis
r hi ou ;lit til this iiy. lie handl .
i n S: r an i tin- Fuller and Johnson Coin-
I ic-il lis! is, ii-muy rtilini; cultivator-
II t are iieiiilin d unties Moliii", Walk
o:. ;t:i i t!- ll.ill ll 11 tell til 1 11, ridiuu
-Mirii.-4 p ows. the pi an h 11 V -sters, litth
j Ui r an I Pel kins ti nU'-l, ss cu!tivatoi.
Ion -IX disc ll UToW, the hi i; four h-'oeii .
i.d s.'fin.; wagons. T!:e h.-st con-
1 int. rs made. Al-o a line line of har
n .-sand anew spiini; for a wajjon Im.x
tit at every farm-i in th" county oiijjht to
h ive, it sets on the hol-.t:-r nht undia
tli" hox; it will 1'ia iv a ! x last twice 11.
lan and H more c-'ilf ! t ahie tiiun lla
Mr. IJurke h is i n; w sto l; foo'J lliHt
a- iid : lie a n.-it improveineat on
uit!iino; t ; r h fi ic otli-ii-d. No
riouhle to show ei-ods at the Pith s tree
store opposite the Hotel Ktli-y.
If you nr.- a u!Ter;-r fioui d yspep-i-md
do no wish to throw aw-.y you
mom y tri':i; woitiih s medicine?, scm
tor a l)oiii.'.f Or. Ar-iknll's Dyspepsi
: ni'dv used in tie- l!usi in Hosiiit ai
for the p-ist five y, urs. S'-i-t to any i-i"
of ihe eiHHitry on r.ceipt of price, iW.O
Send X)'- cs i:ud P. O addr- s.a to
Tut; A ha 1C1KF Mi-:irc.T. Co .
T. W. P.iulit. r. si lino in South Pais
lo-t asilvir v. itvh on Chicaoo avi-n e
! the oth- r niehf ami uav up t'ndinr i'
! -oconipl ly th ;: he com ludi ii it would
; n.it invtii a lviiiis-. On looking oy 1
t, Hkki.d M mitiv. ',ii-ii lv the wnv
prints nil th ii -v- h w is sur.rised t-si-i.
a watch ad vert .-'', he Calied at lie
11 Kit vi. D t;i t:d; i.iorctnu'. d'scrihed
the watch an i ha ", tie- pleasure of re
CelviiiJ it 000 1 as iieiv tio 11 th" hull 's
of the editor of t!..j I!i-.ka;.d who hd
foun l it
Notice to al! Persons.
Notice is here'iy :iveu tiiat all parties
j must comply witii onin:!ce Xo 17 in
. reirird to ch-aid t i aih vs. taldep. Yrd
ff,f,.r,w,; A puhl-c in
Sj ct ., w;;) 1, . ,,Ih-:'." bv th- board n'
h-abh on M iv 1 . and ill violations of
sd l or lin iif- will h. punish-d accord
. , , . . . ,
wtrt 'liW. Cv order of h" hoiird o'
,Ptti,. F. E. nHiTE.
J tl 1 vr. 1 w til M Chiiirman.
Tiiis aft rnoon ahout '.i o'clock, smoku
was . en i3 dii in volumes Irom ttm
windows of the opera house, which
create , for a few ininut s, the wildest
excitement. No lire alarm was Hounded,
yet before people in t li: street were scarce
ly a ware of a fire, the White hose cart
in mil' d by E. Kilduw, Conant, Chas.
Mill.-r, II irry Itecse and S am Archer wh
on tin- ground, 'the boys m kin the run
i i splendid time, and closely followed
by Expressnun Whecb-r, who, with 1 la
t am brought down the Kichey catt, the
flint winders being on the ground ready
to turn the Are ni my on in short order.
Pin- alarm w nt to -how that no fire nu
Main street can w t away fr 'in our yiK
lant boys in the daytime. On investiga
tion A'e learned that the tire waa cnused
by ih" iynition of some cotton bxtting
a d drapery in th'? opera house with
wide li the young ladies were preparing
tin ir booths fo, the ntertainni' nt to be
i v 11 thtM eviiiing. The rnoin was filled
with b n-e smoke thoui;h no dam-.ge was
don.- to ttie building. The muslin and
stuff that was burning was canied out
doors so that no water was ri quired.
John Ossi-nkop the defendant was dis
charged in the assault Case on trial today
111 county court.
Van! engi ne No. 91 came out of tip
shops this morning good as new, and
was taken to Wj more.
is a good price for a acre of nirti,
wle 11 you liHVe a cl'ance to sell the same
at ni n ket price besi'bs
The l:r- hi.yt. have got the track all
en losed with the ip w t' nee and nr.
h i-y 11 w every evening practicing for
t I ' I ll' iS.
Th county commissioner. this m..rn
in, att'-r sinning up the M. P. light ol
way bonds, started out i.n a bridge in
s,e ccin tour to be g' ne seycral days.
J. U. M-ilnishury, the pliotograpln r,
who has made some fine vi' ws "Of our
best iisiiienci s, is in Wei ping Water and
Kl nw ind this week performing a like
The Missouri r:ver is fast ciceping up
to its usual proportions this tune of year
a-d before many days will have covered
all the sand bar and appear like a yast
When the cattle market declines the
b. .tellers ri.ise Mie price on meat. hen
wheat goes up Philip Ktaus sells flour
eip ap. Try a sack of Crown Patent jit
$1.40 a sack.
L W. Bingman, shipped a fine car load
of hors.s from tlds citv this niorninir
Mr. !. i- shipping to Philadelphia when
Cuss county's thorough breds will do
s ivice on the drays and express wngor s j
of that city. !
A lire at 3:30 this a. ui. destroy ! tin
clothing store of Browning, King & Co
at Omaha n I damaged th" stocks of N
15. F;dcorner,dry goods, and Mrs. J. B 11
son, milliiii ry. Loss, $115,000; iusur
A pink domino Mi qneradt: Bill given
bytheYoik club at Fitzg-rald Hall,
piomi.x s to be a great scciid v nt. Tin
boys are making great pti j hi ations to
oiitirt iin tle-ir company in prop -r stvle.
The date is Friday ev nintr. April listf.
Miss C ara L 'iiis-i Kellogg went to
Euro)e this suinnier to order half a d 7.
ep new soiree dresses f Woith's which
undoubtedly will be seen at her forth
coming visit here. Our fair s-x will
rims have an opport 1 ity of seeing the
bit. st Parisian fashions.
The Hekai.d learns from ofiicial
-ourci s that the time card that was t.
have been issu- d last Sunday, has been
I i I i l iite.l v pot;.med. The warriny
r -ili-oids came to time in advance of the
card so th 1 the necessity for tls chang
d es not for the present exist.
Miss (Mara Louisa I-llngg alwjys
.generously responds to appeals for t n
ori s, and itelihts In r audi-nces by
singing some of our old fashioned bu'
alvv iys popular songs like "The Suwane.
rtivr,'' ''Hivim Sweet Home,," or "Com
ngthiough the Kye."
Secretary of the Stat" Volunteer Fire
m ns Association. G-orge Cochran E-q
t York, was i 1 the city yesterdav and
e!r--si-d himst-lf as highly pb-a.-ed with
the track aud other facilitiis for hoi ling
a iieat touin-menr Her. marked inci
lentally that he bi-leivt-d we would hav
he largest touru iment ever held in th
Tiie board of trade at the met tint; last
light appointed F M. Richcy, Wm
; -vill , J. M. Patterson. M B Murphcy,
II E Palmer, and A. B Todd as a coin
eittee to wait upon GenT Mauagcr Hol
Ir.dge, and lei.rn what the company
v-oited i 1 regard, t shops an 1 see if we
could off r inducem.-nts th-.t would
cause the building of their Dew plant
If the boys who are losers on th faro
hmk de-d will call at the IlER'LD office
and register, 60 that the exact loss may
ba nrrived at, amingpments will le made
to take u; popular fabscription and
"V;y f -llow will thereby get his jus de
s -rts. Tht? town is oyetflowing with sym
pi hy for the losere. and will doabtlesB
respon 1 proajptiy acd wi;U commeuda-
flofnts (fileaa Aw any!
Ueing over slocked witli heavy Harness mid in order to make room 1
Milliliter Goods. 1 v 1 i from
FROM HOW XTOTiEX, MAY 1st
Make prices never before ever before equaled in
It will pay farmers to come
THIS IS 1 ADV
At a nie ting of the stock holders of
the l'lattsinouth Electric Lamp Factory,
the follow ing parties were elected of
ficers: Pr sident, Timothy Clark; vice vns.,
() II. Bdlou; secntary, S. A Davis;
treasurer, S. Waugh; dirctors, W. II
Sh-ifer, Timothy Clark, S. A. Davis, S.
Waugh. O. II. B illou. Meeting then ad
journed to iue t tonight
The sociable given by the South Park
circle last night at the tabernacle was a
very we 1 attended and pleasant affair.
Music and social chat was the order of
the evening till about 9 o'clock when the
ladies served all present with coffee anrt
cake, after which the basket waa passed
for voluntary contributions; some $15
was thus recieved which goes to the
ladiis circle. This South Park circle
was organized April 2, 1800 by the ladies
of the Baptist church and congregation,
the object being to promote the spiritual,
social and financial interests of the church.
Th" officers elected were: President. Mrs.
D -akin. vice president, Mrs. Gibson;
secretary, Mrs M L. Vescott; treasurer.
Mis Meisner. The ladies promise the
people some very pleasant gatherings i-i
the future; so it would b- well to keep
your eyes on the tabernacle.
Daye O' Brian was an Omaha visitor
G. V. Morris, of Greenwood, is in the
O. B. Polk, of Greenwood, is stopping j
in t'ne city for a few days
Geo. II. Ilolton, Henry McMaken and
A. B. Ivnotts are in Omaha today.
Miss Hilda Monshey went to D nver
this morning where she expects to reside.
Thaddcus Adams of Aurora is in the
city today paying taxes on his Cass county
G. Peste one of Mr. St- i inkers men at
tiie shops has gone t New Castle to work
for the company.
Mrs. Tom. Mirshall, of Greenwood,
was in the city ov r Sunday visiting lur
cousin Mrs. L. E Karus.
J. L. Farthing went to Lincoln this
morning to close the rock contruct on
the new Mayer bros. building.
Dr. Joseph Hall and Mrs. J. M. Roberta
returned from Chicago this morning
wh. re Mrs. Roberta had be n consulting
' resident Cable, of the Rock Island,
was in Beatrice yesterday. He went over
the Union Pacific in his special car to
Lincoln where he will look oyer the
route of the new extension.
The Plattsmouth ladies visiting in
Omaha today are Mis. R. B. Wit-dbam,
Mrs. Henry Cooper and daughter, Mrs"
Owens. Mrs. G. II. Ilolton, Miss Ogle,
Mrs. McMatken, Mrs. Longenhagen,
Mrs Asher Clark, and Mrs E l. Fitzgerald.
How They Cure Rheumatism In
Mr.J. F. Meighan, a Pittshurgh, Pa.,
cigar dealer, woke up one morning with
ait attack of rheumatism in his arui,
working around the store during the
morning made it worse so that by noon
it was so painful he could not raise his
arm to his head and had to carry it iu a
sling. A traveling man on learning his
condition went across the street to Mr.
Heck's drutr store and at hia own expense
procured a bottle of Ch.amberlian's Pain
BibnforMr. Meighan who says: "Aftr
ne nitjhtsbithinsj with this excellent
medicine the pain, swelling and soreness
had nearly all disappeared and by th
second morning I was entirely wll.
thanks to this valuable remedy." His
confident that it saved him a long Beige
of th rheumatism and was so much
pleased thit he filled thn traveling man's
porkefs with his Iwst cigars. For" Bale
by F. G Fricke & Co.
Don't go to Omaha,
Fred. Gorder his better carriage, bog
srie and s.jring w.-i2on9 for lea m-ney
than can bo purchased of any firm in
rijVlXJlUtllll iYjMI lulled
J5 or 30 miles to see prices
These l'riccs I offer only Inst to
i&l - r. -
,v'' y ;.-,: i;'
WEG2IiBAGH & SOi
llav without exceptiuti the hrg-t ml niut e inpUte Hue '
Ever shown within tlii-s City. Ir. tMiuprisea all ihu latent hh:ipe3 an
Flowers, Ribbons and everything in the millinery line that
NEW YORIv AND PARISIAN
Market can eupjdy, smd sold at our J'opul ir low PiilCliS. Ever
one invited to insjitei oil gOu.
J V. WECKBACK & SON.
CHICAGO AVENUE STORE
O IS O I O E
Queensware, Glassware-, Fbnr, Feed and Piov-pion, in fuct o-. -thicg usual
kej.l iu a tl i t chits btore.
MIIIB BO HI 'HIE.
Especially desires that his
And in6)ect his nice stock
thing1 from a hue
Cor. of Chicago Avt-no , I'.- r;
iz i 1 s. i
SO FOli.v.AL OPKMXG AT TIIEBaZAAH.
But a fine Dijday of
HATS .A. UT JD BOITITEITS
In tbo Latent a' l M.irt App'ov.i Plyl-s. Ar rtl 3. 4 and 6. We can give pric and gocnl tf
eiiiul. '"ill a . txajuiue oar work and get f'KlCES on EA-ii ttt GOuLj,
PATTEIiNS AT BEASOXADLK PkICES
ami get goods at actual cc
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IViend well as stranger
of Tea-- CulTees. iivery
cirar to : toii ol coal.
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