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MY FBB5ND THE "CAP"
HAVE been per
suaded to tnko n
muoh needed rest
this summer, to
permit mo to rocu-
i pcrato at tor a win-
, ter and spring or
Nnnii nuccess. Con-
seaucntly I have
drawn from socloty;
and thereby hangs a tale, In which my
friend, Captain Roeonbaum, figures to
Ploasuro Is to xno tho ohlof object of
existence; therefore, I havo over striv
en to enjoy myself, and bo present
whore hilarity rolgned to havo " a
good tlmo" at every posslblo oppor
tunity. You cannot wondor, thon, that I folt
It was my duty to movo In good so
ciety. Yet I have boon at some pains
co to arrange my affairs and social re
lations as to be ablo to attend most
of tho hotter class of private entertain
ments given In Chicago during tho past
two or threo winters. It not only gave
no no small onjoymont, but it also as
sisted mo materially In my business.
It was a mattor of considerable diffi
culty to secure an Invitation to tho
Lawrence reception, but I managed it
no matter how ami It waa at this
reception that I raodo tho acquaintance
of Captain Rosonbaum.
I had strolled Into Doctor Lawrence's
library, In a wing at tho rear of tho
mansion, on Michigan avenue, to got
out of tho hot and crowded parlors,
and, In tho dim light, was leaning
gainst the window-casing, idly tap
ping on tho glass with my Angers, whon
I noticed at tho top of tho wludow
saBh a bit of metal gleaming In tho
semi-darkness. I touched It, and found
that It was part of a burglar alarm,
Moving whon tho window wns opened
tipou another bit of metal, and by con
tact completing an nlectrlo circuit of
I am something of an electrician, and
my Interest and curiosity wero at onco
aroused. A brilliant Idea suddenly
flushed In my brain. I unscrewed tho
upper bit of metal with my Unlfe, and,
after twisting off the wire which led
from It Into tho woodwork, was ex
amining It When I heard a light atop
at the door,
Q lancing around, I found standing by
tho tabic a tall, dark-skinned man in
an evening dress, with black mustacho
and Imperial, and long rnthor curly
black hair In all suggesting at onco
the popular Idea of his eatanlc majesty.
By one of tlioso Impulses which over
coaio us at tlmca, I slipped tho bit of
motal Into my pocket and turned to
waid tho stranger, whom from his
dress and manner I assumed to bo one
of tho guests at the reception.
"1 hope I don't Intrude," ho said,
"Oh, no," I hastened to reply; "I am
glad Eomo one else can enjoy the cool
"I think I havo not tho pleasure of
your acquaintance," the stranger said,
emlllng; "as guests of this house, I
I TURNED QUICKLY,
trust we eed no formal introduction
my namo Is Captain Rosenbaum."
"And I am William Vance; vory
much at your servlco, Blr," I roturned,
decidedly pleasod with my now friend's
voice and manner. "I am Indeed glad
to mako your "acquaintance, Captain
I found the captain a very agreeable
fellow; a gentleman of refinement and
culture, polished and well Informed, a
ready conversationalist, though de
cidedly reserved as to himself, und a
6moker of excellont cigars. Wo dis
cussed books, yachting, horses, tho
presidential nominations, tho tariff,
otc, and tho captain ehono as a man
of wldo reading and depth of thought
along many lines.
I could learn nothing, however, of
his own occupation ho was especially
reticent on that point. Tho captain cas
ually lot slip that ho had been In Now
York until rocently; his business had
taken him there on two hours' warn
ing; and bad brought him back as sud
denly; ho could not tell how soon his
present business would bo disposed of,
or whero ne wouia go next,
"I am an uncertain follow," ho said,
laughing, "and nover know my plans
two weeks in advance. Indeed, my
plana are largely mado for me, and I
tgo and come usually at the bidding of
While we wero talking, Doctor Law
rence ontered, and I did not sco the
captain again that evening, for, while
I presently roturned to the parlor, the
' captain remained chatting with his
I wbb decidedly ill at ease, for I had
that pleco of burglar alarm In my pock
et, and could find no opportunity to put
, It back. I was fully aware that my
hasty action might be misconstrued by
ono who did not know me, and I was
anxious lest the captain had 6een me
take It down, though not in the most
remote way had either of us referred to
j. the subject
It waa no brislness of hte, though, la
any case, and I deemed myself In no
(way bound to consult him about so
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trivial an affair. Bcsldcfl, i yru in-
cllncd to think ho had not seen me
tako tho plcco of metal. It subsequent-
ly appeared, howovcr, that ho did see
mo tako It, and his actions wero Btrong
ly influenced by tho ldoas this tricing
Incident suggested to him.
As it happened, I fpund no oppor
tunity to approach tho window again,
and I went homo with tho bit of metal
still In my pockot
That night an attempt waa made to
rob Doctor Lawrence's houso, tho burg
lars entering by tho very window from
which I had romoved tho burglar
alarm. They did not succeed In secur
ing any plunder, nelng frightened away
before any valuables wero found.
Now this attomptod burglary waa
similar to several others which had
taken placo at somo of fie finest rest-
jIam AAA to 11ii attiat Im ahh1 mmm. TAllftnf
uuiiui-o m luu Vli, ill vuviu iwra lunun- i
Ing only a day or two after a reception .
or a ball similar to thai at Doctor Law- J
renco's houso. As it happened, in
every similar Instance but one, I had
been a guest at the entertainment, and
I had almost begun to fear lest tho
people who had lnvltod mo ohould re
gard mo as a bird of ovll omen, and
cease to "request tho honor of my pres
ence" at tholr houses.
Probably you aro thinking of Cop
tain Rosenbnum In connection with
I must confess that I did not, al
though I had occasion aftorward to ob
Bociato him moro or less directly with
all of them. I had met him but once,
and for a short tlmo only, and hie nnmo
did not occur to mo until two weeks
Inter, when Russoll Dennlson's daugh
ter waa married. At tho reception, In
tho evonlng, I mot my friend, tho cap
tain, again, and I found him tho samo
polito, chatty gentleman, but, as bo-
fore, suggesting Mophistopheles.
I encountered him a dozen times that
evonlng on tho back veranda, In the
conservatory, In tho garden till I be
gan to regard him as my evil genius.
Particularly did ho hover in tho
neighborhood of tho room full of sil
verware and Jewelry v.hlch comprlced
tho wedding gifts.
When I left tho houso tho last per
son I saw waa Captain Rosonbaum,
who went out with mo and left mo at
tho nearest corner, turning down a
side street with a wavo of tho hand and
a cheery "Good-night, Vance."
I was dostlned to see my friend, tho
captain, onco moro that night, and It
happened In this wise: Tho moon had
gone down, and it was nearly threo
o'clock In tho morning, when, with two
friends, I stood in tho roar of Russell
Dennlson's mansion, under tho shndow
of a largo bush. I was still In evening
dress, concealed by a dark overcoat,
nnd had a soft hat pullod down over
my eyos. In my hand I held a revolver,
ns did each of my two companions. ,
In pursuance of my project, It was
only a minute's work to quietly open
tho door at tho rear of tho houso and
the door at tho head of tho stairs
within. Two minutes later wo wero in
the room with tho wedding gifts.
A dim light burnod in tho chandelier,
and at the other sido of tho room tho
flguro of a man lay on a sofa. !
I slipped over to his sido, and with '
my revolver close to his temple, slg-
naled to my friends to begin their '
At tho first Boft clink of tho silver in j
tho bag in which thoy wero guardedly
slipping tho woddlng gifts tho room !
was suddenly flooded -with light, and I '
heard an oath from ono of my com
I turned quickly, and saw Cantaln '
Roscnbaum and threo policemen stand- '
lng In tho doorway. I had tlmo only
to see tho captain emllo triumphantly
and nod In my direction, boforo my
arms wero Bclzed from behind, tho
weapon wronched from my hand, and
with sharp clicks of locking handcuffs,
I was a prisoner. My friend, tho cap- t
tain, then spoko: ,
"Hardly expected to meet mo again '
tn-nlirht. ih. Vann? Ynn rimi w '
, nn w p
burglar alarm dodgo onco too often. !
Twlco you played It in Madison ave
nue, Now York, undetected. An ac- j
count of similar burglaries In Chicago,
as roportcd In tho Chicago Record, ,
aroused tho suspicions of Chief Conlln,
of Now York, and ho sent mo here to
try to run you down. I am known In
tho metropolis as Jack Randolph, of
Pollco Headquarters. You and your
pals are my prisoners."
That consoling speech from "my
friend, the captain," mado my blood
run cold, and I felt humiliated when I
thought of how I had been entrapped
by tho Now York detective.
As I before remarked, I am now tak-1
lng a rest from my social duties. I
shall stay at this closely guarded In- ,
stltutlon somewhat less than eight
years, and thero are six Indictments, I
am told, -waiting to ne attenaeu to
when I leave.
nitchlng the Bicycle, '
A now bicycle kink has developed.
A rider stopped in front of a store and,
after ho, bad dismounted, he took a
heavy weight that was hooked Just be
hind tho seat, and attached it to a chain
which he took from his pocket He
fastened the chain and weight to tho
bicycle, ami, apparently satisfied that
it was now quite safe, ho went into the
store. New yor worm.
Just as a Mount Sterling family had
Bat down to dinner and whllo the head
of the family waa saying grace a hun
gry tramp stole the pan of biscuit out
of the stove.
Moral You should watch as well as
pray. Winchester (Ky.) Democrat
Campbell Is the author of the quo.
Utlon, "Like angel visits, few and far
between." It la found In "Pleasuras ol
lYR A TFIT TO fSR'TCT'ANR
UE1&.ASI. J.V UUJiX.&l0.
PRIOHTFUL BARBARITIES TO
THE HUMBLE CHRISTIANS.
The Dead Torn from Their Oram and
Their Hones Scattered to th Winds
Appalling Eoenei of Carnage In
HE wholo world
has been horrified
by tho frightful
Turkish war of ex
termination on tho
tho samo crlmo Is
being repeated In
another part of tho
in tho Island of
The Cretans, like tho Armenians, aro
Christians, and it is for this reason
that thoy aro being massacred. Their
slaughter is accompanied by the same
circumstances of horror as was that of
Use Armenians. Old men, women and
children aro outraged and murdered
and nameless cruoltlcs aro committed.
The Sultan is again demonstrating
that ho Is a monster, cnpablo of any
crime. Ho has permitted during the
spaco of two years every conceivable
outrago and cruelty to bo perpetrated
under his authority and by hiB officers
in one part of tho unhappy land which
ho rules. Now ho allows tho samo
crlmo to bo committed in another part
As In tho other enso, ho Is doggedly re
stating every effort to obtain mercy for
tho victims of his brutal officers.
In personal intcrcourso with Euro
peans tno HUitan appears to possess
mnnv nf ttin nunlfttoa nf nlvlltvarl !.,,
manjty, but thoso superficial qualities
do not mako less hideous the crimes
which ho has permitted. Ho is really
an Infinitely worso savago than King
AFTER THB TURKISH
Ttnr.nTiin of Dahomey, or Klntr Prem-
ph of Ashantee, whom tho French and
English havo ruined for tholr alleged
misdeeds. Tho Sultan 1b a criminal un
fit to live, lot alono to rulo.
Will tho Cretans faro any better than
the Armenians? That la still an unde
cided question. It Ib not probable that
they will got any moro neip irom tno-
sympathising civilized world than did
the Armenians, but on tho other hand
It Is likely that thoy will make a good
flBbt for themselves. They havo strong
I .. A I .kt nAAtfn . Yirliian rMi
ir.QIlUO 111 VUO vjcuh.d, w i. ..u u.u
they belong, and Greece may oven de
clare war on Turkey to save tho Cret
ans from extermination.
Tho CretanB aro now in open rebel
lion, and are holding their own In cer
tain parts of the Island. The Turks, on
the other hand.havo slaughtered Chris
tians In tho cltleB and destroyed many
of tho unprotected villages of tho coast
which wero easily accessible to the sol
diers. Sotrie photographs sent to England by
the Rev. William Bourchler, chaplain
of the British war Bhlp The Hood, give
a vivid and growsomo Idea of Turkish
methods in Crete. The-Hood witnessed
series of outrages committed by
Turkish war ships, but under instruc
tlons from the government waa power
less to Interfere.
Ono of Mr. Bourchler's photographs
shows the desecrated Christian grave
yard at Galata. It seems that the Mos
lem should be satisfied with his sim
ple and sincere belief that every Chris
tian must go to hell, but he is not Ho
wants to mako earth a holl for tho un
believer while ho lives, and to Insult
his remains when he is dead.
In tho Galata churchyard tho Turks
have deliberately dug every grave,
thrown rubbish Into it, scattered tho
bones about tho ground and destroyed
tho crosses which served as tomb-
j stones. Many other graveyards wero
I similarly desecrated.
I Somo light is thrown on such conduct
by tho following Mohammedan prayor,
which Is sanctioned by the highest an
thorlty and la recited five times dally
"Oh, Lord of all creatureal Oh, Allah!
destroy the Ghlaours and PolythelBts,
thine enemies, the enemies of religion,
Oh, Allahl Make their children or
phans, and defilo their bodies; causo
their feet to slip; give them and thlr
families, their household, and their
women, their children, and their reia
Uon by marriage, their brothri ud
i V "
tholr friendo, their possessions, and
their raco, their wealthy and tholr
lands, as booty to the Moslems, Oh,
Lord of all creatures!"
On Juno 4 Mr. Bourchior Baw two
b team era and a gunboat land four thou
sand soldiers at Sebrona, whero tho
garrison was besieged by a small force
or Cretans. After liberating tho gar
rison thoy proceeded along tho Bhoro,
burning all tho villages thoy passed.
Threo soldiers wero fresh from tho Ar
They had then spent flro successive
days in burning unoffending villages
and committing outrages. "A moro
disgraceful thing," says Mr. Bourchior,
"has nover boon permlttod by Europe."
Creto Is an Island lying to tho south
cast of Greece and to tho southwest ol
Turkey, in Asa, It Is 165 miles In
length and 35 In width. Tho popula
tion Is 294,192. It Is painful to rolato
that they havo a European reputation
for untruthfulness, but that, of course,
furnishes no reason for massacring
Tho people are of puro Greek raco,
and ancient Greok Is still spoken In tho
Interior. Creto Is conspicuous in myth
ology as tho home of Minotaur.
Creto has considerable commerce In
wines, olives nnd other natural prod
ucts, and in very protty silk fabrics.
It has several fine harbors. The capital
In tho course of Its history it has had
many masters. Tho Roman Empire
nnnoxod It in 67 B. C, and was followed
by tho Saracens, and next by tho By
zantine Empire. Tho Venetian Repub
lic acquired it In 1204 A. D. and tho
Turks took it from them in 1G69. Tho
Cretans took part in the Greek war of
independence, but were held by tho
Turks. Twenty-five years ago they ob
tained a local legislature. In spite of
this they aro ruled by Turkish officials
and havo less freedom than the Cubans
had under tho Spanish.
Tho presont troublo 1b ono of a long
K)LDIBRS HAD' ABANDONED A CHRISTIAN CEMETERY.
series which will continue until the
Cretans havo beon exterminated or
achieved tholr independence. While
the Turkish conduct in Creto and In
Armenia Is similar, It must be under
stood that tho Cretans and the Armen
ians are different The Cretans are a
very aggressive and'warllke people and
have had a largo share In causing tho
r present trouble. Thero have been mas-
Bacres becauso tho Turkish Boldlers
have taken advantage of the helpless
situation of individuals otr small bodies
The Cretan patriots are in active
communication with the Pan-Hellenist
party in Greece, and have beon sup
plied by them with arms, money and
men. At the outbreak of the present
hostilities there wero 20,000 Cretans
and Pan-Hellenists possessing arms.
They had beon drilled secretly.
The outbreak was precipitated by tho
Turkish soldiery, men who had taken
part In tho Armenian atrocities. The
Mohammedan citizens Joined them. At
thte end of May they broke loose or
wero turnod loose In the streets of
Canea, the capital. They murdered all
tho Christians they met, and plundered!
many of their houses. The sickening
scenes bo often described In the case
of Armenia were repeated. Little chil
dren wero thrown Into the air anil
BDlttcd on bayonets, and women wero
abused and then slaughtered. Tho ca
vaases, or guards of the Greek and
Russian consulates, wero stabbed to
death outsldo the doors of thoso build
ings. Turkish soldiers wero to be Been af
terward in tho streets of Canea carry
ing ears of Christian women as decora
tions. A state of bloody anarchy continued
In Canea for two days, at the end of
which the authorities, thinking that
the patience of the European powers
might bo pushed too far, did their best
to restore order.
After tHls affair the Cretan moun
taineers assembled under arm and
sworo that they would not lay them
down until they had avenged their
brethren and escaped the yoke of the
Sultan, either by annexation to Greece
or by Independence.
Tho outrages In Canea were the uora
criminal because the city had taken
little or no part In tho patriotic agi
tation. The Turk Is a savage, who will
rather attack tho helpless and unof
fending than the armed and aggressive.
The affair at Canea waa followed by
risings of Cretans In many places. Th
Turkish government immodiatoly sent
rolnforccments to tho island, and tho
army there now numbers over 7,000
men. Thoy havo boon unsuccessful in
many encounters with Cretans, but
thoy Tiavo found most occupation In
outrages on tho helpless.
THE LOCH SALMON.
now an EtchUeti-l'oond Una Was Cnpt
Cruising along tho sandy shore and
trailing tho flies just whero tho water
suddenly becomes profound thero camo
to pass a mighty commotion; a great
form loomed out of tho sido of a wave, I
a, broad tail swept ground in tho brown
water, tho line tightened bravely, the
good greenheart bent in sympathy and
away wont tho salmon, buzzing off
thirty yards of lino at a stretch, says
Blackwood's Magazine. Tho charm of
theso loch fish lies In the splendid fight
they show for liberty. Many a river
fish can bo played under tho point of
tho rod and land"-' without running out
moro than half a dozen yards of line.
But it is far different when there Is
plenty of Bea room, with no banks or
shoals to cow tho fish and nothing to
bar his powerful rush toward deep
water. It 1b thlB and the splendid dis
play a loch fish generally makes on tho
riso that compensates tho fisherman for
much weary, monotonous flogging of
tho surface. Tho bold rlso Is very
characteristic of loch salmon. In
streams whero It is expedient to fish
tho fly deep, a fish In seizing it most
often nover breaks the surface; but in a
loch tho flies cannot easily bo kept In
motion if Bunk; thoy must bo drawn
along near tho top and the salmon must
dash to the surface to catch them.thcre
by Imparting a peculiar charm to this
kind of sport Well, our fish mado a
grand run, tho gillie bent stoutly to his
oars and followed it, the anchor waa
dropped In a few minutes and tho dls
puto soon ended in favor of tho angler,,
who, peering at the Index of tho steel
yard, complacently pronounced tho ver
dict "Eighteen pounds, neat!"
HI Very Object.
"My dear sir," said tho publisher ta
an author, "why do you wish to print
on tho title pago of your book tho line,
'for private circulation?' I thought you
wished to sell tho volume In tho general
"That's tho very idea, sir," replied
the author. "That's tho very Idea, r
wish It to obtain tho widest possible
Diner "Walter, there Is a slight mis
take. I ordered, a spring chicken, and a
battle of 1884 wine." Walter "Yes,
sir." Diner "You have brought me
somo wlno of Inst spring and a chicken
of 1884." Paris Messenger.
NOTES OF THE DAY.
John Morley said recently that as a
man grow older thero was no branch
of literature which seemed calculated
to give more refreshment or exhilara
tion as the study of Greek.
In Sweden the education of Journal
ists is treated as a function of tho state.
Under this system tho young Journalist
gains a knowledge of the world by trav
eling at the expense of tho taxpayer.
Much uneasiness is felt In Egypt at
the deficiency of tho water supply,
which Ib causing loss to rice growers,
and threatens tho coming maizo crop.
This season's Nile flood Is a fortnight
Tho success of Giordano's new opera,
"Andrea Chenler," bids fair to surpass
that of "Faust," as already It Is booked
In upward of 130 theaters In Italy, like
wise at St. Petersburg, Marseilles and
The commission on pauperism In
Paris recently heard several managers
of theaters on the subject of a great
grievance. A tax for the poor Is levied
on the total receipts ot theaters and
other places of amusement, and this the
manageis want changed to a levy on
the net receipts.
The diamonds In one symbol ot the I
ehah's rank Is said to weigh alraoat i
twenty pounds. , I
Rett for Children.
It is far better not to allow a child
to bo ont of doors at all in the middle
of tho day, when tho sun Is hottest,
and always to insist that It Ho down
for an hour after dinner. Whether
the child sleeps or not docs not matter;
it Is resting and that Is what is re
quired; and unless this is a rulo rigidly
enforced, it will not bo carried out,
most children, after tho days of their
infancy havo passed away, being very
disinclined to bo compelled to lie down,
except at such times us when they wish
When tho stomach dishonors tho drafts
made tinon it bv llin reat nf ttm nvctmi. it !
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wia .uv ! jvwvwwvvia t wivutubii
gins to pay out vlxor in
rich blood, containing the
H10 8,mP6 f nur(r,1h biood.conta ni
ik.uonco of tno now vi-or afford!
orain. as a
?I0mncn, moDOTreispcriorm mcir luncuon:
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woi k. Malaria has no eCToct upon a sjston
They Stmly Orrat Speeches.
A fcaturo of the work arranged for a
class of women who are studying Amer
ican history will bo n study of- tho
speeches of American orators who rep
resented different schools of thought
and different sections of tho country.
Another class of women interested in
tho same subject is studying the his
tory of the forts of their state.
Piso's Cure for Consumption has boon a
God-send to mo. Wm, B. McClollan, diop
ter, Florida, Sept 17, 1895.
A Real Mrs. Partington.
An English paper tells of a real Mrs.
Partington. Hho walked into tho of
fice of the Judge of probate and njsked,
"Are you tho judge of probates?" !
mn tho judge of probate,' was tho re
ply. "Well, that's it, I expect You
boo, my husband died detested and left
mo several little infidels, and I want
to be appointed their executioner."
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We stand la our own
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Cauluzae aud pcclmnasfrea.
HflrJT HAHIl VANSaKT'S School of Ohort
OnUni tmrtU luml.81JN.Y.I.ireHiaif.Omaha.
Paly nc In Omaha taught ky practical sienocrapber
THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME.
Notre Same, ladlaiia.
Fall fartr In OatdMvlviUn, !, Law, CStII -mini
and Ilttlrieal KaflaMrtat, Tank Frrk.ry
Ml fmMrttil Our... Bm Vr to all itudtMs who.
ata Maipltted tbertudle rurd(aradmUMninta
k jMrior or b.ikiir ytr, f nr at th OelUflaie
CtiriM. A limited irarobtr ot 5iodtHUirtr tbt
B.)iUitltl tuu will be rclT4 at ptclalraua.
S. MotrTilfal!, iorloimr IS year, la uatqaalik
rmalrWaM lta.qulpmata. Th 10IU Tm will
pa acfttaWtib, lite. MilniH cant Fr oil applt
t!.n to THir RLT 1. aORBIIlUr, C. SUrcttMa,
77ttl DISS, nih.
The best fruit section in the West. No
drouths- A failure of crops never known.
Mild ellmate. Productive soli. Abundance of
good puro water.
For Maps and Circulars givimj full descrip
tion of the Rich Mineral. Kmlt and Agricultu
ral Lands- in .South West Missouri, write to
JOHN ML rVltOY. Manasorof the Missouri
Land and lire Stock Company, Neosho, New.
ten Co., Missouri.
WE rAT CASH WEEn.Tand
want saan ererywkere t SELI
"abacluteiy beat "Soperb antnu,
Locuiaiu, Uo., Hocxroar, 111.
PATENTS, TRADE MARKS
Examination and Advice a tt Patentability of lo
veatlon. Sand for'lnTntoiV Oulde, or How to Oct a
faUnt." OTARaELLd: SOX, Washington. D. O.
A1TCUTC W eara-eiperlenre. Send iketeh for ad.
inltnlu. kf (UUeanv.Ute prin.euunmarO.ti.
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W. N. U., OMAHA-30 1808
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