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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1884)
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THE DAILY BEE COUNCIL BLUFFS MONDAY DECEMBER 1 186i.
THE DAILY BEE.
Monday Morning Dooombor 1.
Br Carrie * . - . - - - - < * nt P"
By Mall - - $10.00 per yea
No. T Pearl Street , Hear Broaaway.
MINOE MENTION ,
Slaughtering prices at Biles' .
II. R , Stewart , artist , at Chapman' ? .
See J. Roller's now utock of cloths.
Ladies' stationery at cut prices at Sea
man's closing out sale.
Remember the closing out sale o :
cloaks at II. Friedman's , 'Ml Broadway ,
Blank books and all ofllco stationery
at low prices at Seaman's closing ou
The great slaughtering of millinery
will boging to-day at J. J. Bliss' .
There were no preaching services at
the Congregational church yesterday.
The paid nro department is to give
masquerade on the evening of the 23d.
The BlufT City Typographical union
gives Its third annual ball Christmas
i'onnit to. wed has boon given A. G.
Hay ward , of Downsvillo , and Knto Jouou ,
If you want fine portraits for the holi
days place your order early with Stewart ,
the artist. Don't wait.
The Oarloton English opera company
to-night give "Tho Drum-Major's
Daughter" nt the opera houso.
At a union Thanksgiving service at
Orlnnoll the cum of $10 57 was raised
for the Iljmo of the Friendless.
Hamburg hau cut down the pay of Its
alderman from twit dollars a mooting to
ojo dollar. 1'robably there is no dilli-
calty in getting men to servo oven for
Ira J. Adams , who lot his Ire got the
best of him so that ho gave Mrs. Adam a
beating Thanksgiving morning , lias boon
discharged from custody on condition that
ho leave the city.
The Congregational social is to bo hold
Thursday evening at the institution for
the deaf and dumb. Those who expect
to attend , and who desire transportation ,
should apply at W. S. Homer & Co's
Charles Allen was lying drunk on the
sidewalk on Broadway 'Saturday night
and when ahakon up ho was so frighten
ed that ho jumped through the window
of Dr. Havon'a drug store , making a big
Walnut , whoso old flro department dis
banded over a year ago , now has a now
organization with A. S. Burns as chief ,
Charles Jaoobson and Charles Eroo as
foremen , and W. S. Margoson secretary
Mr. E. Morgan , who lately sold his
property to the Homo of the Friendless
and returned to his Massachusetts homo
in the hope of bettering his health by a
chance of climate , died at Agawam ,
Maer , , on the 10th.
H. 1U Stowarl , the artist , has just
finished a mostltfo-liko crayon portrait of
the late Thomas M. Gowdy. Itii ono of
the best Stewart has made , and that is
saying much , for his other portraits have
won for him very high parlso.
Clergymen desiring half-faro permits
for 1885 , on the Chicago , Milwaukee &
St. Paul , Chicago it Rook Island , Chi-
cigo & Northwestern , and Union Pacific
railways are rcquostod to call upon J. L
Da Bavolso , Union Ticket agent , 1307
Broadway , on or before December 5.
E. Keller has bought out Jerry Myers *
at No , 15 Main street , and proposes to
run a first-class restaurant and sample
room. Ho has a great many friends , and
bv following his avowed policy of having [
everything ' 'decent and in order , " ho
will doubtloBB got his full share of
Chaa. Mason , who was arrested for trying -
ing to inveigle a little girl into a house of
ill-famo , was discharged SaturdayCounty
Attorney Mynstor concluding that the
probability of conviction was not sufli-
ciont to warrant putting the county to
any more costs ,
"Tho Great Republic" Is to bo pro
duced at the opera house December 12
and ID , under the direction of I ) . 1.
Schneider. A largo number of school
children are to participate , and Mark
Duryoo , of the Ogdcn house , is to bo the
The Hamburg Times terms the Thanks
giving proalamation of Council Bluffs' '
mayor "silly bosh , " and adds "Yot the
mayor is only voicing the nonsense ol
thousands of others of his party , who are
eo inflated by a little success that they
eeem to vie with each other to BOO which
can nuke the biggest fool of himself , "
Tim1. proclamation seems to bo a red rag ,
The mayor nthor lost faith in his po
lioo force Saturday night. Finding a
drunken man on Broadway , ho blow Ills
whistle and could get no reuponto , and
after waiting awhile Deputy Marshal
Gusnnclla , who was In boil at the j il u
hearing thn whistle , dressed and cauio ( o
the mayor's relief and , took the fellow
The Svendsen concert company is tu
give an entertainment nt the Congreg
ttonal church Friday evening. Johannes
Hvendien is a Daulih violinist , and is salt
to be a remarkably fine one , while Mrs.
Loulta Svendsen as an organist and pi
anlst hu won very high praiio. They
Officer Daughorty Saturday night ar
rested a follow on suspicion , and turned
him over to George Gimnolla at thn ja
As Guanolla was about to look him up
the follow made a break and rtln out , and
Guauolla , bolm ; in his stocking foot ,
found the chaao too rough , end , after
crippling ono too , gave it up. Liter the
fellow telephoned him from some whore
down town , "Don't you wish you had
ma ? '
The antics of an apparantly Insane
man caused * a commotion on upper
Broadway Saturday forenoon. The fel
low was coming into town with a small
load of hay. and first attracted attention
by his peculiar prodding of his horses
with a pitch-fork , the horaos being
frightened and at full speed. In turning
a street corner the wagon was tipped and
the man throtrn to the ground. Still
clinging to the pitch-fork and paying no
attention to the tonm.ho made a charge
on two women who were passing along
the sidewalk. They sought refuge in a
neighboring house , and the man dlsap
poarod bofqro the oflicors could roach the
vicinity of the peculiar performance.
Monday our citizens were considerably
surprised by a visit from Dan Far roll ,
and still moro so when ho placed Charles
Coborn under arrest for the orlmo of
arson. The charge bolng the burning of
Dye's store two years ago last spring.
The warrant was aworn out by D. E.
Baldwin , a United States dotootivo who
has boon working on the case since last
summer. This proved another surprise ,
as few Imaglnod that Fatton'a blacksmith
was n detective. Not being nblo to give
bonds Farrell took his man to Glonwood
for safe keeping until the preliminary
trial , which takes place in Dye's hall
next Tuesday afternoon nl 1 o'clock ,
"The present crumbling condition of the
court house la causing many to change
their minds about the necessity of buildIng -
Ing a now ono. At the last court house
election the crumbling and cracking was
considered by many as moro talk to help
got n now ono , but it is now evident that
it ia not talk. Many favorable comments
are made by those who before opposed
iho enterprise , and many who voted
against it before now say that if the poole -
) lo can bo assured that no moro than
$100,000 $ will bo expended , they will vote
'or ' it. Many favor the drawing of plans
and getting estimates on bids before an-
othar election is called , so that all may
enow just what kind of a building it will
> o if the voters dooido in favor of build-
Orders by telephone for flour , food ,
wood , coal , and hay , 17111 bo promptly
pllod by Cook & Cooper , 700 Broad
Telephone to No. 113 for dry hard
steve wood and kindling. Big supply.
PriCOB low. PLAIT OVKUTON.
Mrs. I. M. Troynor , who has b m very ill ,
s now cninlng.
Hits OInra To.U han returned from her vitlt
to Villlsca frion la.
Mrs. Fred Clnrk has gene to Doiuer to join
lor husband there.
A. T , Cox , of the Oakland Acorn , in now
ho father of a bouncing boy.
Mr. Patterion'a children , who were ill with
dlpthoria , nro now out of danger ,
Mrs. J. J , ] Min3 and uintor , Mia ) Kohio ,
oft yofltordny nftornoon for Chicago ,
J. M. Adams of the firm of 13. K. Adams
t Co. , hat returned from a business trip.
Miss Minnie Prltchnrd , of Jnnosvlllu , AVis. ,
g in the city m the guoat of Mrs , Samuel
Mr. Vult , of Boston , in In the city viiitlng
its ton and ilatigliVir-In-law , Mr. and Mrs , C
IA Felt. 4
Mr. Bert Clinton btlll very \vvnk , but It
n thought that ho will recover from Ins no-
Mrs , Wright , of Chicago , mother of Mrs ,
J. V. Murphy , the contractor * ! ) wlfo , in visit
ing her daughter m this city.
Shorilf Garrison , of Logan , was in the city
Saturday , to not the st' t-nlIn cap which ho
won on election. IIo got it.
A. W. Couraon , of Cincinnati , is nt the
tuchtulo hotel , nnd In n few days will leave
for u nhort trip through Nobrntkn ,
Mr. and Mri , Joioph Knotti , and tholr nan
frank , have lott for Mexico , whore Mr ,
ICuotti has largo mining interests.
] ' . 3Com returned Saturday from a cigar
selling trip , and after spending Sunday here ,
starts out ngaln , Hu In building up a line
juslnoos in that line ,
11 , J. Cliambors , the county recorder lect ,
a ehipplng hU hotuehold gooiln from Avocn to
thin city preparatory to making this his homo ,
and untvring upon the now dattoi with the
opening of the now yoar. '
Newest styles in still' hats in brown
and black. Metcalf Bros.
On the llloyolo.
Wilmot , the wonderful bicyclist , appeared -
poarod at the roller skating rink Satur *
day night , olnco lu > was here last winter
ho has bccomo a married man. Ho has
not only improved socially , but in his T
profession ho is moro wonderful in his
performance. Among the toomingly im <
possible feats performed by him were his
notu ? u the big whoa ! with the back
hose , and little wheel of the bicycle
taken off. Balancing the wheel In the -
uilddlo of the lloor ho stood orcct on Its III m
top with arms folded. Also on the In
single wheel ho rode over an obstruction
afoot high. His pirtnor , Pavilla , had u
sprained shoulder , but still was ablu to
do souio Very flno acts.
1,000 , styles gentii' underwear , 25o and
| > . Motcalf Bros. ' 1)42 ) Broadway.
Cloning Oui ,
To close the business I offer my stock of
miscellaneous books , picture , fansy goods ,
notions , fire screens , easels , willow and
cano high chairs and children'a rockers ,
at prices never known before In the west ,
FT. E. Seaman , paper , books and station ,
cry , 004 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
St. John Bros , have bought , cleaned
and refurnished the Itevoro House , 040
Broadway , opposite the opera house.A
CAUGHT BY OAEDS ,
Money Cnllrctcit Kor n Olniroli Lost
The colored folks hero nro struggling
nlong to complete a now church , nnd in
tholr cagcrnoas to raise money they hit
upon a schorno which they thought would
nroino the flagging energies of some of
the young men , and sot them at work.
In connection , therefore , with Iho festi
val which the colored church folk gave
last week , a gold cano was to bo presented
od to the young man who should secure
the largest amount of money for the
church. Several had boon at work dill-
gently fathering in the quarters and
halves , each appealing to his friends of all
shades of skin and religious belief , and
desirous of winning the cnno. When the
night came , and the young men came in
with their reports and money , sus
picion singled out two irho
did not seem to bo acting
squarely. Ono reported a very little
amount , whereas it was known that his
subscription list showed a much larger
one , and the other failed to report at nil.
A church investigation was had , and it
was learned that these two workora in
the vineyard had done well enough in
collecting money to have stood a chance
of getting the cano ; but in an evil hour
they wont over to Omaha together and
satan beguiled them into a game over
thoro. Instead of winning much money
from natan for the mooting house , aatnn
got nhat already belonged to the meetinghouse
house except n few paltry dollars , which
it is finally concluded that ono of them
shall hand in. There has boon much
weeping and gnashing of teeth , and the
threat t was made to have the two dusky
youths arrested , but it-was finally con
cluded to lot thorn go with an admonition
which it is hoped they will not soon for
Gents' driving , dross and business
gloves. Now. Motcalf Bros./ . .
THE BALL EOLL1NG ,
Some Krcfih ItuvelatlonH in the Al-
The Davy brothers , who were arrested
on a charge of committing rape upon a
little stop-.laughter of John Smith , of
Omaha , are released from the charge , the
Smiths not Booming to care about prose
cuting. There seemed something mys
terious about the case , and this mystery
promises now to bo cleared up. It IB
said that Smith , who was formerly night
watchman at the Northwestern yards
ions , is not married to the mother of the
ittlo girl in question , but that her name
s Mrs. Ball , and the little girl is Lizzio
Ball , instead of Lizzio Smith. Mrs.
Ball's husband , who has begun divorce
irocoedlngs , aworo to an information
n ono of the courts hero Saturday charg-
ng Smith with uduHoryand a warrant
was Issued and placed , In the hands of
George Edgar , us a apodal , empowered to
40 to Omaha and got him. Smith is also
to bo charged with conspiracy in connec
tion with the Davy brothers , it appear
ing that the three joined together to
ellect the young girl's ruin , The whole
case ia to bo invest igalcd anew , and
enough charged preferred so that the
guilt may bo brought to the door of the
right persons , and due punishment meted
Pure home-made buckwheat-rye Hour
and ryo-crahamfrnBh ; corn meal and food
of all kinds at No. 518 Pearl street , at
wholesale and retail. Call and see John
Window shades at cost to oloso thorn
out. P. C. Miller 13 Pearl street.
COUNCIL DLurra MARKET ,
Wheat No. 1 milling , CO@G5 ; No , 2 , 58 ;
No. 3 , CO ; rejected 35s ( JO.
Corn Now , 25@28.
Oats Kor local purposes , 85.
liny gtl 00@7 00 per tonj baled , 60@GO.
Corn Meal 1 30 per 100 pounds.
Good supply } prlcoa at yards , 0 00 ©
Goal Delivered , hoid , 9 50 per ton ; oof t
EO per ton
Lord Fn I r bank's , wholesaling at OJc.
Flour City Hour , 1 50@2 JO.
Brooms 2 l > 5@3 00 per doz ,
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Cattle Butohor cows 3 25@3 75. Butcher
etuora , 3 7Bf < fi4 00.
UI > KS I 00 ® 125.
I'UODUOE AND inUITft.
Poultry Live old hens , 2 50 per doz ; spring
olilckuus , 2 50 per iloz.
UntUr Oroumory , 28@30c : choice country
K gH 21 per iloion.
VCROtnblos Potatoes , 30@10o nor bushel ;
onions , 40@60c per bu ; npploa , choice cooking
or eating , 2 5U ; bonn , 1 60@2 00 per
tmxhnl ; Swcot ontatooR , L'o uor Ib.
CIdor-a3 gallon libl , § 0.50.
O-iangos H 00 ] > ar bbl ,
or x >
MO Uiii > cr llro.icUay , ucMn to the I'ront.
Stud ) , rdlectunit comomul Kxnmlna , and BOO for
cimi'lvcs h t you can buy forUn At my place ,
ijuoto > oti at follows ;
lalbsKmuilitoauugiufor , $1 00
101 i lu | r for > I 00
16 ll > 9 Whllo n CnuRarf'r 1 CO
20 burn Klrk'4 Hhite Kun'Uti Mtnfor 1 0)
'it l ri ftlirn uquil ti > Klrk't Hatmliu o.ip for. 1 fO
SOlnmKlrk'aljuuImlU ] noiplor , . . . . 1 ou
lu | > pi\t' hi' t poudcr | wr Ib 21
IBbuxet ol matches for 2S
HMiip Cutifurula lioncy ililpH , per KI ! , , . . DO
gjrup , waruitod ttilctly | ute Veritont maple
1'iTdal ' 100
Horxhauiiver c l. . . 60
Af-o. 1 KiiKlUh cunantilllbi for _ 1 00
o , tiunulnu 10 tonoif.ir 100
l ctl'oirl s , prctmitetl , 6 rang lur . . 1(0
lbyillowiiainht ) ti MhltomnipC for , 1 10
Canmtlslb Utituliy | | Tiuutoet 10for 1 ro
No. 1 wliltotlth , ptrklt , 70
Tohvxo , Lor Utii Cllaitx , per pnun.l DO
T. T. I can Boll ) ou ftocorjlm , ' tJqual tfioiu
Hour Wcstlllhe c lobratod Patent Fancy per
' . 12 0) .
\Yo korpotenllilt'Kiii'iallr ' Vcptln * First Cliw
Drooory , and arrant orotblnx HU tell ( loo.li do-
Ihvrict fitu In any partoftbo clly. I ! ) luiullo
Olox'Hknl JllticiK , Dry frivuli and NotloiiK , llona
nl Hhoo > , ami aijorj ttbiortnunt ol Tlnutm. Ito-
mtuibat ; I will not only bo not unJur oM on any
L-oiHlj , but ull tell ' . * 0 per otnt bolowanyConif ltU' n
the clly. Wo are now rec l > li K " Involcj oil ) 1U
tlio city , ily eiponnui are > rt Unlit , with no
Itsntu to ray I aniuaallodand wilt Gull cheap far
UAUII. Callwhtnjou wonttbobe of UirgaliK In
ujy line ,
J. P FILBERT ,
4)9 ) Upper lir.uJway , - ouucll Itlulli
ADMISSION OeoU Ko-Ladlo * JOc.
HKATKS-aenUKa. Ladlw Ida
Admlwlon Proe to LftdlM each morulrnf and Tuw-
tt rnoouf. UM ol Uutei 16
Silks , Dress Goods & Novelties
OF TILE SEASON.
fVn"D UJjUrfiLtL JUJWr A 'Oli'IVriPWlr *
is very coin pi o to in variety and excellence of goods.
Cloakings , Plushes , Velvets ,
Eider , Down and Jersey Cloth
Tambour , Turcoman ,
Gurtain Goods , Window Shades , Etc , , Etc.
STOCK COMPLETE IN
MOQUET E , BODY BRUSSELS , INGRAIN & HEMP
Oil Cloth , Kuga , Mnttings4 Mats , Etc. , Etc.
401 Broacrway , Council Bluffs , Iowa :
Nos. 217 nnd 219 S. Main St. . COUNCIL BLUFFS
Frame nouses moved on the LI1TLK CHANT truck ! and any dlatanco and over any kiau 01 ( frouoa
BllIOK IIOUSK3 raised. All work guaranteed
W. P. AYLSWOUTII , 1C10 Ninth street.
urtalDB , In Lace , lEl'tc , Turcoman , Etc,3 oiKclotba , MattlngB , Linoleums Etc
hoioest and Best Selected STOCK in the WEST ,
Dmo nnd bo convinced thnt wo ore headquarters for ull goods In our line
hoapcat place to buy CARPETS , Curtuiua and Uouso Fnrnlshlnga In tbi
CHy. UnholBtering and Bedding Supplies.
Noa. B , 7 and 9 MASONIC TEMPLK - . COUNCIL BLUFFS
Mail Orders Filled Promptly mid Carefully
L. C. ARBUTHNOT ,
- ALL Till : LATKST STYLES IN - '
KALLPAI-EK rATTKiixs JUST HECEIVKD.
542 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS
MRS. L A. WARBURTON ,
FASHIONABLE DRESSJVIAKE .
Cutting and -Fitting a Specialty.
258 UIIOADWAY COUNCIL DLUKKA
LATEST STYLES OF MILLINERY
280 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF
In Iowa and Nebraska , and Bold for the loait money nt 337 Broadway , Council I
Binds , Itmo. -
NORENE & LANDSTROM ,
Fall Goods Bendy. Sui Mndo to Order in Latest Style
on Short Notice and a Ileiisoiiale Prices.
205 Main Street , - . . . . Council Blnils.
DR. JUBD'S ELECTEIC BELT.
6,000 Hcctrlo Ifclle od ! fo ? tba Month ol Sept , by as.
References Any ol the business bouses In Council Bludg. JUDD & SMITH froprletoii.
Salesrooms 310 , Broadway. Manufactory 30 , Fourth St. COUNCIL BLUFFS-
KIEL SALE STABLES
Keep Horace nnd Mules constantly on hand which
wo will soil in retail or wholesale lota.
All Stock .Warranted . as Represented.
Wholeialo and retail dealers in Grain ted Haled Hay. Price *
Bonablo. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Corner Fifth Avo. & 4th St. , Council Bluile.
SMITH & TOLLER Agts. ,
LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS
7 and 9 Main street ,
Council BLUFFS , IOWA.
A Complete Line of Fall Goods to Select From.
WHOLESALE DKALEU3 IN
332 and 344 Broadway , riOUNOHi BLUFFS IOMA
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES
Both new and second hand , ranging in prices from $8.50 to
$25 each. Take advantage and call early to obtain
the best bargains. I am making a biec reduction in
"FT TP * TKT TT "HP" " TTT TF2
_ J Tw. JL Od JL JL QL _ JETlL.
AB I need the room t display my Block of stores.
A. J.MANDEL ,
826 Uronlway , CouncJl BluBn , lotta ,
ILALLETT , DAVIS AND COMPANY PIANOS
Endorsed by FRANZ Liarr ,
Unrivalled or Toco or Finish , * >
IkstlToJern Price to Bur.
The KimHnll Organ , BO long and favorably known in the west , raoommcntlA
STEWART. Solo Agent for above llnofl of Good * . Waroroouw. 829
liluffa nacil Correspondence Solicited. Agaata Wanted.
Waves , Switches , Whatnots , Langtry and Pompadour
ALL KINDS OF
29 MAIN STREET , COUNCIL BLUFF
Wo would call jour attention to the fact that the
Bargains Which Cannot Toe Obtained
We can con\inM > everybody that wo say what we mean and mean what we say. But the licat way tu
test tbo trulblulncHD ol onr apportions li ) to call and oxaralno our stock and pricoa , nlwnja muurnlx rliijf
T1IAT WK UEFTf COMI'ETITION IN IIVEUV I'ARTICULAIt ,
WCASH la the nmglo word which will attract the attontlin o ( everybody , It ID the wonl vo n od
when u e purchased our Koodx , anil that ia the reason we can ofTor thora to you M BO low * figure. A ew
ol 111) Ink' and BolftnK. tbeieby prctoctln imrchaoera from overcharge.
K. K. ADAMS & OU , , 417 IlroiIH y Council
. o. a.
100 MAIN STREET ,
Bturrs - - , . IOWA
will Mil the follomng property on easy terms U
bought within 20 dajs.
200 Acre Farm.
ITO miles north of Conncll Bluffa ; good barn , home
orchard , aud all fenced.
400 Acre Farm ,
Ite miles eastof Logon , lUrrl on , oonnty , Iowa , all
eec d , feed rd , btrn , hoti'iit , orch rd , claj 2 0
.crtiu under plow , li 0 acren lame urn * ! meailow , 100
icrrs timber and paiiluri- . This farm cSj U ) t-iJill/ill-
Ided Icto three desirable small ( arms.
800 Acre Farm.
U miles eofct of Oiiawa , Mononi couuty , Iowa , on
he Maple liter ; good house' , barn SiilfO feet , feed
ard , fboj ) , eto. ; 200 aoreu un'lt-riUvr ' , ha'anco In
Iruber , muadow and putore ; a llrtt dud vtoolc farm
240 Acres of Wild Land ,
Suitable for Farming.
150 Head of Cattle ,
76 Uead of Ilorses ,
fie d of Hogs.
\io \ Faruilo ; ImplccceiiU lunjcient tocairyon wU
0,000 Bu hnU of Corn , and 400 Tona of
Tame and Wild Hay.
td utock , oorn , feed and maohlnerr It dlriJsl np
iiald farmi , and will bo gold only lu connection
ith uld lirnn.
IIer U a fc-ood chanoo f3r Choice Stock luruu , ell
-ooked , tiuf for work. l'o * elou riiun cu date of
orchaM , If d lr d.
J. H. TATS. WARns.V '
Tru lce In State and Fedonl CoarU.
Collection ! ) promptly attended to.
Room Ifi/Shujjart'i BnildinK ,
COUNCiri BLUFFS IOWA'
E. Rice M. D.
Pi Uf'PDQ ' or othcr 'imors rcaoTed nltboattb
OH11 L/MOj / knife or dnurlcir o ulood.
Of or hlrty years i/rartlral ozperluici Ome * Ho.
I'carl treel. Council lllufli
TE/iM / LAUNDRY
EVERYTHING NEW ,
All the Latest lmprov
All Work First Class.
Orders by Mail Solicited
Express Paid on all Or
ders over S2 60.
Established , 1882.
H. E. BEMBB , Manager , ,
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