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Tar Cowi.--One of the most
Sicre priiilege of a compositor on
a morning newapapgr, sed one in
the emercis of wlý he is seldom t
interrupted by the proof-reader, is
the 6f t oma There are
some prihtets who are not aiY.<eted
to the msena, and who do not
PkkQ QDt1 lines witl' it; but no
-reader ought to que4 n their right
to do so. When, it become liecen
nary to annanlce that '9X7. Joh1n
Smith has always been a good
Democrat," a few commas make
the expaassion read "Mr. John
8zmitb, has, always, been a goodt
Democrat," are ornaraentzd and
niever do any him. There seems to
be an insane prejndiee against
overworking the comma, but time
will probaibly soften this feeling.
[ (Luigrille Journal.
DrrrErrNT KIND or RAmso.
Keep your view of men and things
extensive, and depend upon it that
a mixed knowledge is not a super
ficial one. As for as it goes, the
views that it gives are true ; but he
who reads deeply in one class of
writers only, gets views whi'h are
almost sure to be perverted, and
which are not puly narrow, but
false. Adjust your proposed amount
of reading to your time and in
clination-this is perfectly free to
every man ; but whether that
amount be large or small, let it be
varied in its kind, and wiiflr varied.
If I have a confident opinion on any
one point connected with the im
provement of the human mind and
faculties, it is on this.-DT. .1rn;o!'.
SonE Pnr: tn-.-Our old ant re
spected colored friend, Robert Hew
let, called on us the other slay to
view eighteen pumpkins raised oi
his patch of ground within the cor
porate limits of the town of St.
Francisville, which weigh 8471 lbs.
The heaviest weighed 76; lbs., and
measured 51 inches around. Hor
ace Greely, make a note of this,
and when you lecture upon what
you know about farming, please
remember that the soil in West
Feliciana is better than that of your
Chippequa farm.-Fe'w ians lepmb
,®-The following comprrative
statements concerning the two great
tunnels of the world are interesting:
Mont Cenis Tunnel-length, 12,236
meters, or nearly eight miles; width,
26 feet 8 inches; height, 20 feet;
cost, $13,060,000; time occupied in
construction, nine years; numwer of
workmen employed, about 2000.
Hoosic Tunnel--kngth, 2G,061 feet,
or nearly five miles; width, 21 feet;
height, 21 feet; cost, about $9,000,
OCO; time of construction, when
completed, nearly twenty years;
number of workmen employed,
about 700 at present, but much less
during most of the time the work
has been prosecuted. There is
every reason to l eovo that the
Hoouic Tunnel will be conmpleted
before March 13, 1874 -the date
named in the conthact.
ai'Chicago is not burned up.
While 18,000 houses have been
swept away, 42,000 yet remain ; and
while 92,000 persons have been
rendtred homeless, an immense city
of 245,000 persons has not been
disturbed. The whole of the im
reenso area of the WVest Division,
with its miles of dwelling-houses,
stores, ichool-housee, churches, and
mnanufactories, is almost in'art;
while upon the South Side a great
msany fine residences yet remain,
with splendid business blocks,
churches, and innumerable manu
agUTh. law which forbids our
foreigu ministers wesring the dress
exacted by court etiquette hasecaused
no little embarrassment. Mr. Adams
used to apologize for ihis absence on
state occasions by saying that "un
avoidable circumstanees"~ kept him
away. This led the London public
to nickname black trowsera "un
avoidable circumstances." General
Sehenck propoees to solve the diffi
culty by wearing his major-generalsa
uniform, which he is legally entitled
to do. After the settlement of the
MAlbamna" question we hope there
may be no breeches between En
glsad and America.
agUThe Pennsylvania, New York,
and Ohio portions of the Atlantic,
and Great Western Railway have
been purchased by Senator Thur- i
man, for $5,710,500. The sale was:
made last July
Wg The nusaber of cottonaepin.
ning spindles in the United King'
doma in 1856 was 28,011,000; in
1961 it was 20,387,0)0; a id in
1870 it was 37.359,293,
aSeMedill, for Mayor of Chicago,
had 11,037 amajority. The sverage
shjity of the Sre-proot tic~khs h
Pu -=d Fmaey.
-A Clergjman, on reading the
twenty-seventh verse of the eigh
teenth chapter of the First of Kings,
incorrectly placed the emphasis,
rentenring the verse an absurdity.
"g ~ lie spke to his sons, saying.
saddle as theam, anal they saddled
-A gentleman havingoceasion to
call upon an author, found him in
his study, writing. He remarked
the great heat of the apartment,and
said, "It is as hot as an oven." "So
it ought to be," replied the author,
"for 'tis here I make my bread."
-An author, who had given a
comedy into the hands of Foote for
L his perusal, called on him for his
opinion of the piece. Foote return
ed the p'ay with a grave face, say
ling, "Sir, depend upon it, this is a
_ thing not to be laughed at."
s -A fellow who was tried at Dab
t lin, for some private offence, receiv
- ed the following senteuc,-Judge:
e -Thie sentence of the Court is, that
e you be flogged from the Bank to
1 the Quay. Prisoner :-Thank you,
Smny Lord ! you have done your
worst-Judge :-And be flogged
t back again.
t -A lady advertises in a Glasgow
paper that she want; a gentleman
'for breakfast and tea."
e -At a wedding after the clergy
man had united the happy pair, an
awful silence ensued ; "which be
coming rather irksome to a young
gentleman, he cried out, "You need
not be so unspeakably happy."
-A professor lecturing upon
heat, observed, that one of its most
conspicious properties was the
power of expanding all bodies. A
- student arose and aske I, "?s that
t. the reason why the days in warm
weather are longer thae those in
d cold ?"
r- -A young gentleman who had
a, quarreled with a lady to whom he
it had paid his addresses, threatened
4 to pub'ish the letters she had writ
t ten him. "That," she replied, "would
r be truly vexatious, for though I
'- need not be ashamed of the conten's,
I certainly ought to be ashamed o'
. the dire'etwn."
Lt -A person had been relating
many incredible stories, when pro
fessor Engel, who was present, in
order to repose his impertinence,
t; said, "But gentlemen ; all thin
1 amounts to very little, when I can
3f assure you, that the celebrated or
ý" ganist, Abbe Fog~er, once imitated
a thunderstorm so well, that for
t; miles around the country, all the
milk turned soar.
n -When Milton was blind, he
' marriel a shrew. The Duke of
' Buckingham called her a rose. "I
am no judge of colours," replied
Milton, "4nd it may be so, for I
feel the thorns daily."
d -A neighboring lawyer boasting
. that he was as thwe as a scalebeamn,
a countryman coolly observed, that
"it was possible, for a lawyer always
turns in favour of the heaeaest purse."
d -"There's two ways of doing it,"
n said Pat to himself, as he stood
*y musing and waiting for a job. "If I
in save me four thousiind dollars I
i- must lay up two hundred dollars a
,year for twenty years, or I can put
a, away twenty dollars a year for two
.d hundred years. Now. which wliy
;will Ido '
-A celebrated judge, who stoop
e d very much when walking, had a
'stone thrown at him one day, which
'- fortunately passed without hitting
him. Turning to lisi friend, he re
ar marked, "Had I been an upright
si judge, that might have caused my
a -Tbo man that plays at once on
n the trumpet of fame and the horn
- of dilemma got his first idea of
nmusic on hearing a hay-cock crow,
ewhile he was tying a knot in a cord
.-The Duke of Wellington'. say
Singeconnected with early risang, was,
d "Let the frt turn in the morning
te be a turn out"
S-A French wit said of a man
'- who was exceedingly fat, that nature
oaly made him to show how the
rhuman skin wou'd stretch without
e-"Pat, you are wearing your
Sstockings wrong aide outward."
''Och, aud don't I know it, to be
sure-there's a hole on the other
.side, there is."
-"I bequeath," said an Irishman
Sn his will, bo my beloed wife all
my property without reserve, and
to my oldetasan, Patrick, ama-half
of the remainder, and to Dennis,
am ene the rest. If anything
b s34 h a >t Twrsnes
It. Luois, IrvI utalt aiad ouuthr r
THE ONLY ALL RAIL ROUTE
To St. Lou*, Chisago, Oasha, San
Francisco, St Paul, Kansas City, Leav
enworth, St Joseph,
!Ad all hints otb, Zest Snd Wet. I
TWO EXPA.SS TRAINS leave the
New Orleans, Jackson and Great
Northern Railroad Depot daily, at 7
A. M. ands P. M.
AN EXPRESS TRAIN leaves the foot of
Canal street daily at 6 A. M., via the
New Orleans, Mobile and Chattanooga
Railroad, making close connections
at Mobile with the Mobile and Ohio
Railroad to all points North, East
For tickets apply to
A. D. SHELDON.
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Jackson and
Great Northen Railroad, corner Camp
and Common streets, under City
Hotel ; or to
3 W. BEDELL.
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Mobile and
Chatanooga Railroad No. 150 Com
mon street, under St. Charles HoteL
J. H. WINGFIELD.
General Superintending Agent St Louis,
r Iron Mountain and Soutkoru Railroad
NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE
The Mobile division of this roe 3 will be
3 opened for basinees on
t Monday, November 21, 1570,
e and passenger trains will run as follows :
Leave New Orleans, from the foot o1
Canal street, for Bay St. Lonis, Pass
Christian, Mississippi City, Biloxi, Ocean
Springs, Pascagouhuand Mobile at S o'clock
A. M. Arrivive at Mobile at 2:30 o'clock
P. M., connecting at Mobile with the
MOBILE AND OHIO, and the MO
e BILE AND MONTGOMERY RAIL
ROADS for all points
NORTH, EAST AND WEST.
Leave Mobile for New Orleans at 11:20
A M. Argivina at 6:10 P. M.
Fare Ietweua New Orleans and lebile,
g Five Dollars.
n THROUGH FREIGHT TRAINS RUN
EACH WAY DAILY.
n Freight received at New Orleans, at
r- the foot of Julia street before 4:30 P. 3i,.
(1 delivered at Mobile early next morning.
r FREIGHT AS LOW AS BY ANY
) For further information, eell at the
1 General Office of the company, rooms one
d and two, up stairs. STORY BUILDING,
-orner Camp and Common streets.
3. R. KENDRICK,
g ~ General Superintendent.
"The New Orlemus, Jmeahsa, and Greet
d Nertherm sad lisaissippl Central
Run their Pasmeger Coshee and Bag
at gages Cars, their combined kngth
o without change.
'Y BAG4AGE CHECKED FROM RE
SIDENk'E TO DESTINATION.
b The 7 1. 1. Kipres Trina runs Daily,
g tSUNDAYS EXCEPTED.)
Makes close connections for Vicksburg,
~tMem phis, St. Louis, Chicago, Louisville,
Y and all points beyond, Sleeping ears at
night, Cantonto Grand Junctin and
zf The Nall Trait lu tes New Orleans Daily,
C, at IFE.
dMakes schedule couneetious with Light
alag Expreestrains, to all pointsNORTH,
F-EAST and WEST. Carries the preat
a, North Mail.
gTime to New Terk, '761ar.
New and elegantly Atted up Sleeping
n Cars run to Humboldt, Tenncdsee, Cleve
Sland, Temmeesee, and Louisville, Kentuc
itEulems Train 8iuth mrivus at 1:30
IT il TralaSuekawves at 11lA.KM
fleiket OGeo, Gelveata., Zr.. Building.
Ticket O~oes, New Oriesam, euler City
sad at Dspot.
3. Q4 aswALL, General supurintemdemt;
I.L B. MOlEY, Ldmsral Ticket Agent
New Ortlem, Jaceaso and Great
Lf 3 D. FROST, GenemIlSupewinleseaet.
D. B. MOREl, Gemseal Tieket .Apeit.
NEW ADVERTIBNMENT .
Ta. INmo ROu..r (NIB C0o
Nos. 9, II &13Mereer tureet,
les mmumhalewarrs uede Seedyer'
sad Ieyer's Pateuns,
INDIA RUBBER COMBS,
Fine Tooth Combs,
[A variety of Elegant Fancy Patterns.]
ALSO, SOLE MANUFACTURERS
COMBINATION SIDE COMBS
[MiDE rxozS [ArLIs Partr.]
The sale of any Combin a ion Sid
I Combs, no matter of what rmaterial
made, unless sold under a license
from us, is prohibited by law.
caiAas A. aDWA. 3a0sw.
A XewspapsroA she Presses Timos.
la0s9dod fir Pople NOw e Warsth.
fne1ula Fermuer. Nem iue. Moersms. Pro
fSasojal Mma, Workers. Tblatoes, sal all Sam.
aor of Honess Polka sad the wires, Iesm. ma
Dasahies Of aliUam.
OILY ONE DOLLAR A TEAR I
Ors less thm r ne Cet a copy. Let there be a
6" AlY as fterot Oieso.
UEUI.W LY SUU, !A TEAR,
of mome gruselse a gmeral eheraclr as
THE WEAELT. but wff a greate variety of
aboilnmeomeseat reai.amenforabsg the we
a d asos senrtrsal. was feser eaness gassart'
to e msssrol~ewlih grater fruhaem. bornes
atssames Iwes weetsassesm of casm oly.
931 DAILY SUN, W8A YEAR.
a! s~e.aM istsIs pI~b. Al tmawl
TERMS TO CLBLS.
RE DOLLAR WIULY VII.
71ae coples eme year. ses
Tm oekepe, we Tosr.epsse~rssd ass a (aml
. wad OPl t ass rs mf pe kn ,
.ea B 'o.Pe as. "W. . Aioaess
terat~s.sly ear mrt erw e of cu)
td o drnlmis, Lae.receprL
T ea 0earlsse leansL. f a elir'septt, La.
rootits reipp$al, essa Wohecs do). ute
o HI tihs Bil ofLadn
NEWVCKB ORLE AVI' e
el. wavePron BATDio gt t p. a.
IrP Gsurixa mez
O lessens tensi of fas etc., A ei .
t La Varylan Corol ba Inee'n oee, C
sona shapped.hwnleke Poviencie. Trnstrvanie
Gondrth'e Billlo ciknsg. dDcko
FO VICKStrpoo NtRhe, DayoSu Bend
TP Leatnjr. Master.
kiplh leake Pr aovidne, Trdwylv and a,
VCokeosbu Gand VGcshr Sit Joseph, fod
-adall pintermedithe ao and Coastlandings.
Tier. P etics at
For freight or pamsge apply on board
JNO, JANNEY, Agent,
150 Commos Street.
nt. nuat arims,
230 ROYAL ST.. CORNER.
I. A. CIIAPILLA,
-CIt 'H DIALED IV
Staplesand Fairy Dry S.*ds,
TP'9MMaIaxs AND HATrS,
A? AWUC2W fgag
WALrMAM WA 8EB8.
THE BALANCE WHEEL
4 times see91,
40 Usies, a minute,
14,400 times an hoar,
345,000 times a day,
999,00 Unes a week,
10,316,000 tiues a month.
1916,1,000 times a year.
MORE IS EXPECTED OFA WATCH.
THAN ANT KIND OF
R suav set only rut u$ dip, bde! night ;
not only on weakdeps, but on Sundays and
Holidays. R suat run hanging up or tying
down-upside down or right side up. R must
keep running when Its wesrer sits doswn or
stand up, WNei he walks or rides. In fet,
it is erpeded to do its dutyat all tines, in
every place and L% vary position.
A Genuine Waltham Watch
will fulfil all these requirements. I wound
once a day, it will faithfully tick for you
a hundred and twenty-six million times in
a year, without even requiring fresh oil
l all that time.
A Genuine Waltham Watch
5 Spring, 9 wlaeeda, 51 SHreeo, and 90 ether
pares making altogether 136 separate pieces.
ALL GENUINE WALTHAM.
W.tobeem hwve mwerean
T81 EXTRA JEWEsLLED EATU ELVEN JEWEL
TEA NunLL JEWE.LLD MATv mEEN
Every part of a Waltham Watch is made
by machinery, The machinery used in
making the movement of a single watch
ccast over a Hundred Tnousand Dollars,
yet we sell these Watches, in a solid Silver
Hunting Case, for $18. The same watch
could not be made by hand and finisheda
as perfectly for Tex Tutu As sUcs.
A Genuine waltham Watch
Is ihterchangeable, like a Springfield rife
that is, any part of one Watch is exactly
like the same part in another ; and if ten
Watches of one grade were taken apart,
and the screws, wheels, springs, Ac., were
mixed together, ten watches could be
made by putting these parts together
again, withuot any reference to their
former combination. This is a
For, if any part of a Waltham Watch in
injured we can always replace it at a
A GENUNE WALTHAM WATCH
tI made with special reference to
Other Watches will ran for a year or two,
an require conastant repairs ; but
A. 'Walt"ea-m Wawtch>
WILL RUN FAITHFULLY
FOR MANY YEARS.
We sell these Watches,
.IN SL)LID SILVER HUNTING
IN SOLID GOLD HUNTZNG CASES,$70
We have prepared an
Ilill8TRATED PRICE LIST,
awhich deseribes the various grades of
Watches in detail, gives the weight and
quality of the Cases, and all other inform.
ation neceassary forma intelligent selection.
We wish every one would sand for it
before ordering a Watch.
Write for it as fo~tlewa:
Meaara. Howard & Co.,
INo. 78-> Broadwasy, Net. York :
Please send me pour Ilastrdsed Price
UList of Waltham Weutehe., a. p.r edLer
t isemesnt is TEN Loarsaza~xa.
(Sign name and adirses in Mal)
We have sent uta over Fle lHousand of
these Watehes upon these conditions, and
have only been asked to refund the money
in thre maess, and not one of these wee
on account of dimtisfactou with the
Watch, hut beeanee the parties needed
I the money more,
* Ws NAYN Is Aeawzs, asn cou irnci
ass ia 5msa 1o ALL. A amnant o
I Ouaou OS !asueLI CaN A Waxe. waner
vs aun ir ws.L coOer 30 Uoi use a.s z
, NE LIV= 'N Nsw Team. As? am m
inasumeain - Fesan Lmu.
Special Ngtio.-We .e no seA
WaIham Watahes i. Wa lase*'s 00b.
Plate& Ori, IId40seswhoeswu~tms
are all ether mamsiao be es or Geem.
Sswve. Thu wealka weach is weethy
ofa soai Gold o Slvor Case, and we de
net peopa~es osRtIt i say othar
Isr amse ess inm Ae Pmim lear.
Aamm a seer.v
assaowraw ad wm
w~r4maUma A"D JsWZJLLE
DALER Lr GOLD AND
And Finse Gd Jeweley. Keep always..
hand all easses and patterns [ field.
Silver sad Steal Speetacles and Eye
Glasses. oGlss. eanges aed esmet to
any part of the country. Watch repairs
done peomptly and warrented. Address
112 Caroadelet siest, New Orlean.
Feb. 1 ly
$5 GOOD 8M
AT OLD PRICES
AS THE SOLE AGENTS in the United
St ke for the LIVERPOOL WATCH CO.,
we ase authorised by them to close out
a large line of European Watches,
Chains. etc., now in stock. f!r Cash, at
prices never before known. All beautiful
in finish, artistic in design, reliable or
accurate time, durable, and of the lates
'style. Every Watch will be retailed at less
than cost of importation, and forwarded
securely packed, prepaid, to say part of
the country on receipt of price. Money
can be seat to s by Express, with or
ders for Express Co.. to return Goods or
Cash, which will secure promptness and
safety to purchaser. Among our list will
be found. A BEATIFUL ENGLISH
r SILVER, SOLID DOUBLE CASE
WATCH, genuine English fall plate
jeweled movements, adjasted regulator,
steel cut hands, engine turn snd, correct
and serviceable article, large or small aine
in complete running order, wiih an
elegant Gent's Vest Chain, Locket and
key, all complete, mailed fee for FIVE
A VERY HANDSOME WATCH in fie
1S karat Gold plated Double Casee.
imitation of $100 Gold Watch-engraved
or plain, genuine English, full plate
e jeweled movements, aajupted regulator,
correct, and in complete running or
b der with elegent Gent's Vest Chain,
withLocket and Key, mailed pre-paid for
*r only EIGHTEEN DOLLARS.
b The Oride Gold Watc,.
a IN MASSIVE ORIDE GOLD Double
Hunting Magic Spring Cases, elegantly
engraved, or engine turned, Genuine
Patent Lever movements, fulljeweled,
regulated and warranted to keep correct
e time, and wear equal to Gold, preci.
F scly like in appearance, make, finish,
brilliancy of color. $200 Gold Watch.
One of these splendid Watches will he
forwarded by mail free to any address, in
handsome morocco case, lined with velvet
r and satin, (LIdies' or Gent's size Wtch,)for
r culy TWELVE DOLLAP.S.
Watches for Holiday Presents manufac
tured to order.
GENUINE AMERICAN WATCHES
w of all grades, in Gold and Silver Cases,
from $18 up to 420). Other Hood WcatcheF
equally low. With every Club of six
Watches, of any kind, we send one extrm
if same kind free, as a premium to gettci
rp of the Club. A superior stock of Ge
mnine Oride Gold Chains, $2 to SC each,
warranted fully equal to Gold in brilliancy
of color, wear, etc., Bills of over $12 col
lected on delivery, if desired. All Bills of
112, and less, must becash in P. O.
Money Orders, or Registered Letters, at
our risk. Goods carefully selected, packed
and forwarded pre-paid by mail, or by
Exproess, or receipt of price. Safe delivery
of all goods guarenteed. Watches forward
ed to be examined to parties known
when express charges both ways are paid.
No goods forwarded west of the Mismiasippi
River, with bill to collect we delivery.
Purchasers must pay all ezescharges
on goods meat C. 0. D.: aba ferreturn
of mosey. All Cash ordel, forwarded
free of charges to destinaties Catalogues
Free. Address all orders.
CHA8. P. NORTON & CO.,
Importers of Watches, etc.
Established 1857. 86 Naemu 81., N. Y.
GLORED SEAMER' HOME
-NO. 91 FRONT LEVEE,
BoardLey and Ledgtseg
mm & A M 2 fi.
GROOERIES, PRODUCE de.
01E0. GIGNAC AIl. JOURDAIN.
SISNIC AU) JOSIBllA,
Commas Cowns awo Vansm No. ma.
ALWAYS ON HAND
theles Qmegries Eultf , T e r tislens
-Wins mad Llqurss
V Orders promptly attended to.
a P. BkETHZIL,
I MEECEANIISE, FLOUR
U' L.J TAYLE. ... JOHN M. BURKE
Nitlf K1AMi & BURT,
ImEptee and JsheMtne
HA RD WARE,
DRY GOODS,7Ri,0 N
JOSEPH H. WILSONpa
163.....CANAL R'T , .
DRY OOODe, (*IITS XVM
LADIE8 ROOM PORS!AWI
CARPETS, MATrING AND k;g
A videt to the store will ras it
pemson wishing to buy cheap mad eft
110... CANAL STREET ....101
Near St. Charles,
NEW ORIJEANS, LA.
MEN'S AND BOyp
(or nm own man)
BOYS AND CBnLDlnn
lug In SOTS' SIITS Nits n gtAj
Every Article Marked i.
Goode sold on "cm* price" ayete aet
any article purchased which bile to g
'utisfaetiesn can be returned and the as
ey will be refunded.
SbModerate Prices and FMA
Stock to select from are acmed
the inducements offered at
B. T. WALSHE'S
IB11151 SlT LUlAINtC IPSn
110 Canal St., near St.CGarles
1e4w Orl.eai .a,
N. B.-Letter Arders receive pragp
attention and filled C. 0. D. if decreL
sp7e sorrry W~oekit
We want Smart and Eneraetle Agent. I.
rtroduce our populor an 1 judtiy aia.i
led inventions, in every riu1a.q, Tie
iwed (ity in the Wor&L
Indispensable to Every
They are highly approved of edei
and auopted by Ladies, Phynei. Sd
mreae e4 now a GREAT VATOL.
ITE with thems.
Every F'amily will Purchase Ose
of more of them. Something thaI thi
merits are apparent at a GLtNCL
And all who keep FANCY STORM,
will ftnd our excellent ar'~iclee SILL
VERY RAPIDLY, pyme prf5ot astihee
*ion and netting
to all Dealere and Agenta.
Country Rights Iree
to allwbo desirecengaging in an IhV
I&.perIaN e d Prsfdrzble Business, mlt s
samae time doing good to their cOUP'
neons in life Sample 52,00. sent free by
mail on receipt of price. bENtD FOB
WHOLESALE CIROULAR. ADDR)1l
Victoria Maneraftetatring Ce4
17 PARK PLA4UE NEW Y70EL
OF EVERY DESCRIPTIOlN,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BELTING, PACKING * 5061.
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