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To Look Around
Itoforo you mako purchases.
Aftor you lutvo 1hIcj1 elsewhere,
coiuo to U8 and wo guarantee you
will bo pleased. Our new spring
stock has arrived, including Dry
Goods, Staple and Fiu icy Gro
ceries, Crockery, Glassw iro, Flour
and Feed. A square il-al to nil.
F. S. WHITE,
Main Street, I 'i;i( l-inoul h
! Til F
JAMES W. SAGE,
The best ol rijs furnished nl all hour iand I.
prices are always reasonable. Tluu.o.t .
convenient boaidiiiKMnble f.n iar
iners in the cilv.
W. H. RHOADES,
Twenty-two years' experience as a (!arrnter and
Builder in Omaha ami other cities has prepared
him to do all kinds ol carpenter v.oik in the
neatest and most substantial niaiinei. Satisfac
tion guaranteed, ("all on or address at I'latts
nioutii. Neb. Telephone 11.
Has new stock, new rigs and
is preparod better than ever
to take care of
A General Livery Business
Quick trips made to all parts of the
county. Low prices and court
eous treatment assured.
STABLES SIXTH AND VINE SIS.,
Plattsmouth Coal Yard
IS THE PLACE TO HUY
ALL GRADES OF WOOD.
Hay, Corn, Oats and all Kinds of Feed
Constantly on Hand.
EGENBERGER 5 TROOP,
THIRD AND MAIN-STS.
OF I'LATTSMOUTH, NE'.J.
PAID UP CAPITAL.
Offers the very best facilities for the
prompt transaction of
Legitimate Banking Business.
TOOKS, bonds, sold, government and loc nl
seouritles Douzht and sold. Deposits re
ceived and Interest allowed on the cerfi
cates. Drafts drawn, availnDlo In any
part of the U. S. anS all the principle
towns of Europe. Collections made and
promptly remitted. Hizhest market
price paid for county wnrranfs, state
and county bonds.
N. Dovey, I). Hawksworth. Waugli
K. E. White, G. E. Dovey.
Geo. E. Davcy, Pres.. S. Waugh, Uasl.ier,
H. N. Dnvev, Asst. Cashier.
Our stock Is complete in all Hues and we
Invite our friends to look it over We will
endeavor to please you. Call nd 986 us.
STREIGHT 0 STREIGHT,
(Successors to hecry Boeck.
i COAL YAR
LINCOLN AVE. AND
II. M. S0ENN1CHSEN, Manager.
Largo Supply of all tho
HARD COAL SOFT J
Including the Famous
Jackson Hill and
Canon City Lump,
Always on hand Also a quantity ol
cheaper Grades of NUT COAL. We also
keep on hand all kinds of Wood. All or
ders promptly delivered. Leave orders
at grocery store of A. II. Weckb;h & Co.
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FRIDAY, AP1ML 21,
I!iiya""s hok on expansion may he
a money maker, hut it will not he a
(jKTyour t-paiie ready. Next Satur
day is Arbor day and you should not
neglect to plant a tree.
Illinois Ipis udoptt d the voting
machine. This in a move in the right
direction and should ho adopted in Ne
braska. Maw mother.-.' bents will be
lightened by thn mustering out of the
Third Nebra-ka regiment, which was
done t oda v.
Tlir. old Mis-o;ni is on a rnmpago in
North Dnkota, the water being the
highest since 1SS1. Much damage is
resulting to farm lands.
Kansas farmer iiro plowing up their
winter wheat and will put in its place
other crops. It is said that lM per cent
(if the crop is a failure.
William Slatlu. the new city
marshal, is to bo commended for his
determined effort to el?an up tho city.
If he keeps up the lick bo will he o. k.
TilK withdrawl of Edward Rose
water from the board of managers of
tho Groater American Fx position has
given that project a black eye from
which it will never recover.
WHAT tho city council should do is
to provide a rock pile upon which tho
numerous tramps could exercise their
muscles and pay for their keeping.
The town has too good a reputation
among tho Weary Willies and an able
bodied rock-pilo would serve to change
A (.; keat many complaints are heard
igninst tho practice of keeping hogs
and other live stock in tho city limits
especially where proper care ie not ex
ercised to keep the enclosure clean.
Tho hoard of health should see that
tho ordinance governing this shou'd
be enforced for the protection of the
In: the comparative table of legis
lature appropriations which the popo
cratic papers are printing in an effort
to show that the late republican legis
lature spent I. "0,000 for legislative ex
penses they fail to state that nearly
$HO,!U0 of the sum appropriated was
never drawn, but was turned back into
the treasury. These pipers ought to
ke.p somewhere within the bounds of
TllKlJE tnut be some mistake about
the stories concerning Spanish chiv
alry, when Emma Nevada, the Ameri
can prima dona, nppea e i in a Spanish
theatre a few nights ago. the audiem e,
"compos-.ed of the elite of the city."'
turned heir backs to her and hissed.
It wris a very huori.-h insult, and it is
gratifying tn know that the queen of
Spain heaped favors upon the Ameii-
. j . . .1 1 1.
i'aa iduv, io miow now iiiucu cnu (iir-
hored Mich shabby conduct. After
readint: the story, the average reader
will be ol 'd tint the whipping admin
istered to Spain was as severe as whip
pings ever get to be.
General Buooke is having a hard
time of it with the people of Santiago.
Scarcely .an order lias been issued
which has a bearing on the revenues
or their disposition that has not
brought forth a storm of protest. It
is evident that either General Brooke
is a cling in an arbitrary or ill-advised
manner or else the ptople of Santiago
are determined to be satisfied with
nothing except their own sweet will.
Kicking is a irait predominant in
Spanish races The slightest restraint
brings forth a violent protest and talk
of revolution, and this characteristic
is probably responsible for much if not
all of the trouble. I: the people of San
tiago are not careful they will wear
out American patience. Bee.
The mortgage statistics compiled ry
the stato labor bureau do not furnish
very good material for a c ilamity cam
paign. They show that during the
year 1S'.)8 the net reduction of real es
tate mortgage indebtedness was $l,t07,
825. 42 says the Boo.
include amounts paid
I his does noi
which have not been lifted in their en
tirety, as there is no manner by which
this amount c in be ascertained. It is
reasonable to suppose, however, that
when such a lartre number of mort
gages have been paid off and canceled
a considerable sum has been applied to
partial payments on existing rnort
eagres. The favorite answer of the
calamity crowd to such flaures has
been that the mortgages sitislied rep
resented in large part of foreclosures.
Figures from the same report disclose
the fallacy of this argument. The total
number of real estate mortgages can
celed is given as 11,972. white the total
number of foreclosures in tho state
during the year is only 931, or less
than one-tenth of the number of mort
M'AMSII IN Ct'llA FOIt ANNEXATION
It in no Mirpriso to hear from Cuba
that a Spinish party ha been organ
ized to favor annexation with the
United States. The treaty provides
that all citizr nsof Spain in tho island
w ho do not register themselves as such
within a year after the exchange of
rati fictitious become through the omis
sion citizens of Cuba, says the St. Lonis
(lobe-Democrat. Next April, there- i
fore, the Spaniards residing in Cuba I
will by citizen and voters unlo-s they I
have recorded their intention to con
tinue subjects of Spain. In either
case they will prefer annexation. Tho
Spaniel) subject liist of nil desires pro
t ction to life and property and the
power and responsibility of the United
Stales in this regard are unquestioned.
Spaniards who intend to become
Cubans equally want stable govern
ment and fair treatment. These con
siderations were le hi nd the idler of
Spain to cede Cuba to tho United
States, and they will operate as long
as there remains a large Spanish ele
ment. No doubt nearly all tho active bu-i-ness
men of Cuba will vote for a uniou
with the United States. The sugar
and tobacco planters want inside re
lati' ns. Merchants know tho advan
tage of a low rate of interest, ample
banking facilities, a sound currency
and sett'od tim s. When the period
comes to decide tho matter the only
Cubans to oppose annexation will be
tho M-lo-ming politicians out of ofliee
and the class who do not wish to go to
work nor to see tranquil conditions.
The pothouse orator, tho idler, and
tho bandit are not likely to be annex
ationists. Iut the substantial Cubans,
tho industrious men of tho island,
either rank themselves as such now or
will do so aftor a thorough survey of
the situation. They will find tho
right course before the tim comes for
SOLUTION It V 1'AIU'ITIOV
Senator Morgan of Alabama is of
the opinion that t he only s itisractory
and permanent solution of the Samo in
que.-.tion will ba found in a partition
of the islands between Great Britain,
Germany and the United States, says
tho Bee. In this way each power
would take absolute control of a part
of Samoa and establish government
there, thus doing away with the condi
tions that have caused so much irri
tation during most of th-i time since
the protectorate was established and
produced the present trouble. It
means the complete subjection of the
natives to the control of the threa
powers and the wiping out of Sunoan
Doubtless this would be an effective
solution, but it is a question whether
the United Stites should bd a party to
such an arrangement. An imperialist
like Senator Morgan can, of course,
see no rea-on why this country should
not seize Samoan territory and sub
jugate the n itives, but people who do
not like this European method of
territorial acquisition will not en
dorse this suggestion. The great ma
jority of the American people, we
think, will object to any fuither con
ouests which iuhv require us to kill
otner people and sacriuco our own
sons. If we cannot have a coaling
station in Samoa without fighting for
it and butchering tho natives wo had
better do without it. Wo do not need
any of the Samoan islands and there
is nothing to justify ou;- taking any of
them and subjugating their people
liut the suggestion that we do this is
quite in lnii mony with the spirit of
imperiali-m of which Senator Morgan
i- a zealous exponent.
Meanwhile there is much apprehen
sion t' at the stipulation fo:- unani
inity in the commission will tend to
protract negoliath.ns, or" even to ren
der them abortive. This is said to be
the quite gener.il view in England
and it is largely entertained here
Perhaps this is what the G.omin gov
erntm-rt, when insisted upon tin
stipula' io.". desires.
The Nebras-ka firmer is the bush,
man in the land just now.
I N K) It "I ATION AND OriMON.
If in this life you would succeed,
He the vocation what you choose.
There's one strong point you must concede
it is necessary to read The News.
A pari ot that fr more than half a
century has bii u in tho Windstanley
and Breyf 'gle families in New Albany,
Ind., died a few days ago. That the
bird was over sixty years of age is well
authenticated. Wh-n the bird be
camo ill it seemed to leaiize that the
eud was near. It wept and gioaned
and appealed for aid to the different
members of the famil3, and finally
tried to sing, but with a shriek fell
The pressure of business in the di
vorce court in London is unpre
cedented. Six hundred and eighty
three suits were entertd last year, and
that was an increase of 25 per cent over
the figure for 1S9S. This year there
are 720 petitions for absolute divorce.
Husbands' petitions are nearly double
those from wives. But the English
law gives divorce to a husband for un
faithfulness only on the port of the
wife, whereas a wifevin order to secure
relief, must prove both unfaithfulness
One of the legal friends of Miss
Horlocker of Hastings argues that
she has been going insane for quite a
while; he says that some times when
she was at work in the law office por
ing over legal papers she would break
into a "hollow laugh." She gave
vent to those hollow laughs so often
that it became uncomfortable in the
office, and people wished she would
take her laugh to a taxidermist and
have it stuffed, or else hand in her
resignation. This is ahout tho worst
argument we ever heard, as calculated
to establish a girl's mentul weakness.
If it was part of her duty to "oro
over legal pipers," it is no wonder
that she uttered hollow laughs as phe
struggled through the whereases aud
aforesaid and tho wilfully aud
feloniously, and all the superfluous
verbiage of such documents; If sbe had
any tense or humor ut all sho must
hav laughed, and if her lauerh was
hollow, porhaps it was because she had
a poor appetite and was hollow her
self. Walt Mason in Lincoln News.
lie used to bore nie half to death,
For, every single day.
He'd come 'round to my office.
And just stay, aud stay, and stay.
I couldn't seem to shake him.
Though I gave most pointed hints,
Uut i lent him half a dollar.
And I haven't seem him since.
-L. A. W. Bulletin.
The contributions to the fund for the
support of tho family of Warren Guion,
the elevator man at tho Windsor hotel,
who lost his life by taking his elevator
up for ''(me more trip" in tho hope of
saving another load of women and
children, now amount to about $4,000.
At the entrance to tho Brooklyn
yard is r. huge wedgo-shaped piece of
iron bearing this inscription: "Taken
from the rebel ram Mississippi." Hear
Admiral Philip, commandant of the
navy yard, has ordered tho word
"rebel" scraped off the rusty trophy.
"It's no word
for these limes, bays
A Boston Herald reporter has made
a trip from tho door of his office to the
irooklyn bridge traveling nearly all
the way on trolley lino. It took him
fourty-nino hours, including two
nights' sleep and all other stop, and
cost in civ fare $2.30.
Deetrich Gaede, aged seventy-six
years, committed suiciuo at iNeerasKa
City Monday evening by hanging him
self. Despondency resulting from ill
health is given as the cause.
Some of the constipationist? point to
the mining troubles at Pana, Ills., as
evidenco that the United States cannot
hope to successfully regulate affairs in
tho Philippines. The 1 ato spring in
this latitude and the prolonged
drought in California are likewise
proof of it, to sty nothing of the war
between Bryan and Belmont. Fre
Spinal meningitis has broken out
anew at Julian, two deaths having re
sulted in the past th:ee days.
Every Methodist shakes hands a
It's surprising how good a cucumber
tastes early in the season.
JL lie ouoiUirJ nuiueil mil JU U w u
a little before the preacher.
When a woman entertains she makes
more enemies thau friends.
Those horrid fits of depression, mel
ancholy, low spirits, and sudden
irritability, that sometimes afflict even
good-tempered people, is due to the
blood being permeated with black bile
Herbine will purify the blood, restore
health and cheerfulness. Price, 50
cents. F. G. Fricke & Co.
A horseshoe uailed on the front of
your house will not overcome laziness.
One thing that makes the ordinary
man look tough on tho stage is that
his nmtaloons invariably bag at the
No man who is a genius finds it
necessary to advertise himself by wear
ing long, bushy hair, or d.essirg like
Some of the results of neglected dys
peptic conditions of the stomach are
cancer, consumption, heart disease and
epilepsy. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure pre
vents nil this by effecting a quick cure
in all casessof dyspepsia. F. G. Fricke
An Atchison woman who has just
had one, says sho never wants another
A man is not really prominent until
he has officiated at three prominent
If you have piles, cure them. No use
undergoing horrible operations that
simply remove the resultr of the dis
ease without disturbing the disease it
self. Place your confidence in De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It has
never failed to cure others; it will not
fail to cure you. F. G. Fricke & Co.
Au old maid dearly loves to watch a
quarrel between a husband and wife
to see how it comes out.
It must be a terrible misfortune to
go to war to win fame on the battle
field aud then die of dysentery.
When a man feels sick he wears his
overcoat without putting his arms into
it. Why does he? It is not bo warm
If you suffer from tenderness or full
ness on the right side, pains under
shoulder-blade, constipation, bilious
ness, sick-headache, and feel dull,
heavy and sleepy your liver i3 torpid
and congested. De Witt's Little E rly
Risers wiil cure you promptly, pleas
antly and permanently, by removing
the congestion and causijg the bile
ducts to open and flow naturally. They
are good pills. F. G. Fricke & Co.
Not Much of a Mistake.
It was a Pike county, Missouri, edi
tor who wrote a long obituary of a
man who died owing seven years' back
eubscription. The closing sentence
read like this: "A very large proces
sion followed the remains to their last
roasting place," and he didn't take tha
trouble to explain the next week that
It was a typographical error, either.
NEWS OF THE
B. It. Chapman made a brief visit to
Miss Ida Boedeker made a shopping
tour to Murray Tuesday.
John Young has purchased a buggy
team, and now has to put in about half
of his time showing them to the elgh
bors. Dr. Brendol is putting in a largo
part of his time now-a days breaking
colts. He has a span that promise to
make good drivers.
W. W. Hamilton is doing a lively
business writing insurance for the
United Moderns in the interest of
Murray lodge No. 73.
1). J. Pitrcan and Mont Robb repre
sented our two elevators at the meet
ing of the grain dealers association in
Weeping Water Tuesday.
W. M. Baright, secretary of the
Midland Life association of Omaha,
was in Murray Tuesday looking up the
interests of his order. He boarded the
evening train for Weeping Water on
a like mission.
We are glad to learn that Scot Horn
has decided to remain in Murray. We
understand that he will take charge of
the Midland Life association here, and
wo predict for him a successful career
in that line, as ho is well known and
Dr. Allen is getting the foundation
for his new house well under way.
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1. U A in V .1L1WII J i;i tuu mi uni.o m
nearly finished. The material for the
brick work is all on the ground, and
Mr. Kennedy, our boss mason, com
menced laving the side walls Tuesday.
Ben Hoback was a visitor at the
county seat Tuesday.
W. 11. Banning and P. E Surface
were at Weeping Water Tuesday.
J. G. Johnson and Joa Bauer, the
carpenters, are erecting a wind-mill
tower for T. G. Barnum.
This village is very dull at prejent,
as the farmers are taking advantage
of tho nico weather and planting their
W. P. Webster, of Cody couuty,
Wyo., who has been visiting friends
for some time in this locality, took
the train Monday for home.
David Pittman and Mont Robb of
Murray changed cars here Tuesday
enrouto to Weeping Water to attend
the grain dealers' meeting.
8. V. Sweeney of Omaha, proprietor
of the Nebraska Marble and Granite
works, has closed a contract for a fine
family monument for the late Dr.
Davis and family, including a hand
some railing for the lot.
Joseph Hoback and family departed
Monday morning for Lincoln, where
they expect to mike their home. Mr.
Hob; ck informed the writer that be
was going on account of his wifo's
Lute Miller, of F troop, First regu
lar cavalry, who was discharged about
March 1 at Montauk Point and has
since been visiting relatives in Union
and vicinity, departed Monday morn
ing for his home in Muncy, Ind. He
is related to the Chalfants.
Reports of small-pox in this lecality
keep coming in, but the doctors still
hare some doubts as to whether it is
that disease. It has many of the char
acteristics of small-pox, and at the
same time lacks many of the distin
guishing features of that disease.
Frank Affeloeck, who has been cut
ting meat for C. E. Pritchard, left
Union last Tuesday. He will go via
Plattsmouth and Ashland, thence
northwest either to Hastings or David
City. He expects to make the entire
trip on his wheel. His many Union
friends are sorry to see him leave.
William Tucker, sr., transacted
business in town Wednesday and Fri
Jake Smith, one of the jovial resi
depts of Maple Grove, made a business
trip to Nehawka last Wednesday.
Joseph Shrader was looking after
business matters in town last Wednes
day, and reports the fall wheat in his
locality all killed.
Henry Heebner has moved out to
Kirkpatrick's place north of town, and
will farm on a small scale this summer
until the threshing sensoa commences
County Superintendent Farley
stopped in town Thursday night, the
guest of Hon. E. M. Pollard. He has
been visiting schools in this locality.
We hear that strong pressure is be
ing brought upon Commissioner Young
to become a candidate for renomina
tion at the coming county convention.
Hez. Strong has been canvassing the
country south of town in the interest
of the Farmer's Mutual Hail Insur
ance company, and reports a good
business in that line. His territory
extends into Otoe county.
The teachers of the Q. B. Sunday
school held a very interesting meeting
at the home of Mr. Reynolds last Fri
day evening. They decided to meet
at the parsonage next week, as by 60
doing they may have the assistance of
Hon. E. M. Pollard came home from
Lincoln the other day aDd dawned his
overalls and plow shoes and went to
work just as if he hadn't been off the
farm for years. He says that the
little aauiba in some of the local papers
concerning 6ome or what they choose
to call "Pollard's pet measures" were
inspired by the fact that those papers
tried to hold him up last fall for a
A Grist of
little patronage and failed to trot it
George Marks was In town Wednes
day evening looking more like himself
than for some time. His eye hn no
far recovered Its brightness Ihal bo
has been able to take it out of the
sling, and he thinks it will soon be as
good as ever.
New Kroui Avm-it.
A VOCA, April y. (Spicial to Til K
News ) The entertainment given by
the Congregational church was of more
than ordinary excellence, especially
the musical numbers, both vocal and
instrumental. The singing of tho
German chorus was good, and re Meets
much credit upon their efficient in
structor, II. Masoman, r.
F. P. Sheldon and wife of Nehawka
were visitors here this week.
L. C. Pollard of Nehawka was a
business visitor here Monday.
The Advocate man is to establ'Hh a
paper at Eagle, so rumor has it.
The farmers are bu-?y sowing grain,
and business is quiet in contequeneu.
O. Tefft and wife were Omaha visit
ors this week.
Mr. Noonan's little girl db'd lat-t
Sunday afternoon of whooping cough
and was buried Monday.
Goorge Weiler visited Omaha Tues
day. KIOIIT MILK UKOVK NKWS.
Gentle spring is iiere at last.
After tarrying many a day;
l.ong we've waited for her coining -Now
we hope she's come to stay.
Farmers are beginning their spring
We are glad to note tho reeer.t ad-
veut of spring.
Mrs. Wettenkampis repotted as be
ing on the sick list this week.
Charles Perry spent last week visit
ing friends in University Place.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bay of Plaits
mouth visited friends here last Mon
day. James Jenkins shippad a car-load of
his fine cattle to the Omaha inarl;el
Mr. and Mrs. John Ruby wero called
upon to mourn the loss of their infant
son last Saturday night.
J. R. Vallery threshed his cats last
week. This is the first work of this
kind we have heard of this year. Jake
is a rustler.
The school at this place is doing
well under the management of Mr.
Woods, who is proving to bo a very
The Sabbath school is progresring
nicely with Fred Will as superinten
dent. A groat deal of int' rott is
token, and there is a largo attendance.
Me8slee are quite prevalent in this
community at present. The families
of Daniel Kiser and Georgo Bailey are
the latest victims ol the disease.
A. S. Will drove thirty-two head of
his fine western horses to Omana last
Wednesday, where ho had previously
The friends of Mr. ard Mrs. Will
Stoke.s are pleased to learn that their
little son, who has been seriously ill
for the last few weeks, is f ist iccover
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Chiis Spanglor are
the happiest people in the land of tho
living. It is a girl. Grandpa Wills
may be heard singing her prai-es
night and day.
Drink Grain O
after you have concluded that you
ought not to drink coffee. It i? not
a medicine butdoctors order it, bectuse
it is healthful, invigorating and appe
tizing. It is made from pure grains
and has that rich seal brown color ai-d
tastes like the finest grades of coffee
and costs about I as much. Children
like it and thrive on it because it is a
genuine food drink containing nothing
but nourishment. Ask your grower for
Grain-O, the new food drink. 1-3 and
A Life For 50c.
Many people have beea cured of kid
ney diseases by taking a 50c bottle of
Foley's Kidney Cure. F. G. Fricke &
L. A. Moore has a supply of sweet
pea and other flower seeds which he
will sell at a reasonable figure.
All Kinds of School Supplies,
Maps, Globes, Charts,
and School Furniture
Webster's Latest Revised Library Die- e Zi i
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Sam, in one-half sheep
Call on or address
S. A. MORRISON,
I HAVE A FINE STOCK
WHICH I WILL EX
CHANGE FOR PRODUCE
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We are s.lliii; the best
footwear on earth for the
North Side Main Street.
F. G. FRIGKE X GO.
Keep constantly on hand a fu l
and complete stock of pure...
Special attention jnven to
Also it fuil lino of Druggist's Sundries
and Pure Wines and Liquors, for
South Sixth Street. ..Plattsmouth
PURE ! HEALTHFUL !!
l UH-PHRKINS HOliSIv,
F. R. GUTHMANK, Prop.
W.s SI and S1.50 oer Dai;
Centrally Located and Com
Digests what you eat.
ItartiSciallydigeststhefood and aids
Nature In strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. It is the lat est discovered digest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
all other results of i mperfect digestion
Prepared by E. C DeWlU A Co., Crcogo.
F. G. FRICKE & CO.
Wfieeler & Wilson
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