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TO STAY THE TESTILEACE.
DE.CARUOA'j METHOD OF IXOC'
I'LiriOX.
1 United Mat Medical Commission
Ordered to Rrporton It Efficacy
Dr. Uolsl'i Success.
Wehirjfrton apec al to th New York
Herald: The aubeoraroiiUe appoint
ed b the tecate Commit ' on Epi
demic Diaraaes and t tie House Coin
roitu on Commerce have decided to
repo t favorably a Mil providing for
the appointment of committee to
invent .te the cause and prevention
of yt-lUw-fdVt-r, aod, in pait cular, the
preventive memoae aevisea dv vi.
Carmona in Mexico and by Dr. Freire
in Br.nl. Thin conclusion bai been
reached at the instance of expert med
ita1 mn D's. Holt, Toner, llami fo,
Billings, Gihon and Walcotc amoon
othera who have been preeent at re
ceot aeseioaa of the eabcommi'tee
sad have ftiven evidence in the case.
PROTECTIOM AS A NATIONAL MIAIl'BE.
The helplessness ff the best talent
in the country tj protect the people
againit a recurrence of this epidemic
has open cltutlv shown and frankly
confeeatd. It has been shown also
bow the interruption if commerce
thus occasioned affects points far re
moved from the seat of attack, and
that the protection songht is not s
local but national issue. The ei
tent of the yellow fever regioi in this
country is cleaJy shown by a map
preparei by 1 r. loner. It will
be ttmi that the pestilence
nas n.o.eil rrom isrowmv I'e to
Quebec, and from Tampa toCincin'
nati and bt. Louis. Dr.. Toner states
that the great cities of the couLtry
ure epecia ly txpoeei to its ravages,
and that the rapid transit now afforded
by the interlacing lines of railway
may carry it to any part f the coun
try next summer. Under these cir
cumatances the chief end in view of
the proposed commission the inves
tigation of the method of Carmona
becomes of general ibtareet. Who is
Caroion, and what did be do?
TBS CARMONA METHOD OK INOCULA
TION. Dr. Manuel Carmona y Valle is ths
een or professor of clinical medicine
in the Mexican Medical College. His
germ theory method of inoculation
and exhibit of practical results are
must explicitly sat forth in a recent
publication if h's lectures and hospi
tal n(it'?s, upon which the following
resume is based. Unlike Freire in
Umail, be does not f jllnw in the foot
steps if Pasteur avowedly, but he has
been pursuing a course of origirnl
investigation on a parallel line. For
the ra-t twelve years be tins been in
tently engaged in this chosen work,
and new sptaks with the authority
derived from close observation, long
continued laboratory experiment! and
actual teats In the yellow fdver region.
'Whether right or wrong, his conclu
sions deserve ure.(ul examination. He
sets out with tie determination of
certain granulations, which must not
be confounded, ss he states, with the
charattrititio bacteria of putrefaction.
They are the aroea or seeds
of a microscopic mushroom,
which by cnioa in an ani
mal organisation form a yellow
peronoenoro (I'lrononporta Luba), the
gonerrttiog ciuse of the yellow-lever,
as he aBseits. U distinguishes these
granulations from the bacWiia of pu
trefaction by their chaimteristic trans
forniktions, which have never been
noted in other bacteria. The bacteria
of put ref action ars dot troy ed bv con
tact with oxygen, ss demonstrated by
1'attenr. The zoospores of Carmona
retain their vitality unimpaired in
oxygen or in atmospheric air.
HOT Till PASTKUR MICRO IIKB.
They differ from the microbes noted
by Pasteur in that they will nt re
produce themselves in sterilized
liquids, and therefore the sltert nted
inoculn ions of l'atteur, based on the
complets isolation of the microbe, are
not applicable (o the yel'ow-fover en
demic. Tbey are fnund in myriii ls, it
is a'lwd, in the bboj, urine, vomit
and other ev:i:uat!ona of yellow-fever
patients, a ad retain their vitality after
the di nth of the victims. It is in the
mine, however, that they can
be icon feadily delected and
isolated. Viewed under a pow
erful microscope, these granula
tions appear as spores 241000 of a
mMimeire in dlaoneter, opaqre, yni
lowish by rellccled light and yellowish
red by redaction. These spores, If al
lowed to develop in urine orelsewhere,
always produce microscopin mush
rooms iu the firm cf little tuboa
branching into li'amenls. So plenti
ful are they in yellow f aver uriue that
Dr. bilva Araugo i f Urar.il detents what
he forms "uue veritable foret de
'tuboe,' " or branches of a microscopic
Tegttttbls. From the fi'ntnents of
these tabes spring l.ttlo spores 4 1000
tf a millimeter, ' transparent and
whitieh bhnclmtre). Tiiene little spores
have the properly of rapid movement
or oscillation, and, from their rtwerab
I Alice to little animalcules, are called
xo-oepoiannes. By union in the ani
ma! organism these z ojporic g uou
la ione, the fruit of the mnshiojin
(myctlUum), become peronosporee,
two sioporargBs melting into one
psronoipore, so to speak, and this
peronoepvre being ths fa al l'trvno
uparea Luka,
CLASSIFICATION CV TltH DIFIA8K.
In the clasaitkntlon cf this micro
phyte Carnionia fallows the division
marked bv Dr. Uenillon in his Dic
tionnaire Kncyclopediquedei sciences
Medictl de Dschambre:
Mushroom.
Ch tUiiisnon.
fcaroodss.
Asunwdos.
Neunlea. Conliliacoa.
Kndoiorts.
KxoM'orca.
I'e'nnixirr. Ascumyoees.
(I'uronripuraa Lulea.)
Frwn the yellow pe; lospore
rprinus se I uit of its "oogouio dilstt
tious' a (rent iDul(iU'e ol i)-oeporee
Thei-e zi -of pores mil: t be very ar,
fully dixiinKiiiahed from t'i io ospo
TiWft, ttie fruit , f the mushroom
(mycelliuui), for on this ilixtinciion is
la"1 Carmona' theoiy of inoci)1'
tiou as a pieveinivj of the fever. He
claims t have li t rnilried by a scries
of car, full, conducted experiments:
(1) 1ni de yellow peroncapore al
way,. a, pt.,,r8 ja y0ioW.fever uriue
and in r.n other urine.
(-') Tfa its prt'snce exp'a'ns the
d.Hreni symp'ons and moditioaiioi.8
ol t os l-vnr, wuich can be accounted
f ir m no o'her wav."
a Ti e 1 1 ii): inn of the renal ctiais
ty Hicrxunons ot th e microbe a
c um s ( r the diminution ar d even
Bt pi'Vii cf the urinary ex(!re;i"iis.
f I .c yiliow cilor cf the fljsh of
the patieuU
f. Toe .deepening of the ellow tint
U-r do h.
d. tMi marked tn'ency ton1
the k" irrance of hemo rhaitia. This
Is t:ned by the diminot oi of u,e
rulM oi potassium in the animal or
f in.sv, eeeing that the xo-os, eres are
nonrisbed at ths cxpenre cf these
saitr.
t. The spparent fi t y degeneration
which Ca'inona ditcUree is only ap
parent. Jt does ml nri."e from the
traaf format oo vt cells to fa', but from
fie deposits of 08 ores, which 10
crease aod develop. Tuh fatty de-
genera'ion ii not cousirt)nt, as b
claims, with ths frequently rapid re
covery of the latieor, and ttiff sup
posed fat cells, nnder bis tee's, d. ni
show the chemical propetties com
mon to all lata.
STILL (IBOI'ISG IX Tn RABK
The more iospores there sre in
the body cf a patient tba more difli
cult the disease t) combat, There
fore the physicians havs a temptd to
marter tbe lever in two ways (I) by
aimimstimg tbe ntimher oi parasites
(2) by destroying tlem. Parga ives,
diuretics and sudorific Lave been
used without stint, but, at Carmona
dec I tree, without success. In this
declaration be is supported bv the
teitimony of Ds. licit, Killings, Toner
ana otner recogniied author tit.
"(tentlemeo." said Dr. Holt, with
marked emphasis, to the subcommit
tee oi ine senate, "we have been light
ing iqis rever with every remedv
known to tbe world for hundreds of
yeare. I say to yon to-day that we
nave not advanced a hair's breadth
during the last sixty years, in a ite o!
toe beared atla:nnmLli f modern sci
ence. We are eliil groping in the
dark and falling back, as the bett re.
source, on the eld Creole remedy of
cantor on snu not water. When a
certain number of persons are attacked
a curtain percentage will inevitably
die. varying only iu propurt o to the
malignancy cf the epidemic." Thee
were frank and lo'.d statements, but
iney were cmnrmec on apoeal t j Pre.
Hamilton, Toner atid Hi lings, who
were prcstnv.
It is g morally conceded that the zn
ospores cannot beeliin niled from the
numai body by oy agency which
would not at the fame Lme destroy
ttie life tl the patient.
A 1KMSDY mi.DLV ATTKSTKn.
How, then, cin the lives of men in
ths yellow-fever region be prct-cted ?
Carmons answers, "Bv my method of
iiiooulatioo." The difference between
tbo so-oapore and the D-oeporange
has alreudy been carefully iotl. It
l the sj-neporange or spore of tbe
miciojcopic mushroom which by
unioa develops the deadly peronos
nore and sviuDtoina cf vt'llow-fvr
The fruit of the peronospore itself, or
zo-oepore so-call?d, will not directly
develop the peronoapors. Therefore
it is the Zoeiore whinh Carmona
chooses as tbe maieriul for his inocu
lation. The sufelr of the
depends on tbe faut tliat the "inocu
hted zosporc are Incapable of pro
duefng the yelbw-fuver, since, be
tween tbe zo ospore and che'mucedt
nee' or muahroom ciowth f nm the
spore there is si II an evo nt'on which
has not taken place." The material
so chosen is prepared by carefully iso
lating and drying the zo ospores of the
peronoBporea lutea. The clri d prod
nit is then mixed nnd dissolved in dis
tilled witir nod an Injsctioa mado
under f he skin of the forearm with a
Pi avz syringe.
SFVEOr OF Tilt INOCULATION.
"The results of I his inoc ulation have
varied," says Carmona, "but never
has any serious ill consequence fol
lowed." The first person so inocuhted
was Carnionn himself on Heptsmhsr
2l, 1881. "I fe't au accossion of heat
in my veins at the moment of Injec
ton, continuing for some seconds.
Then it suddeLly departod, giving
place to a slight swolliug, not discol
oriug the sain, though impeding a
little the movements of the arm. Oo
the fourth day following all signs of
swelling hal disappeared, and I noted
meanwhile no febrile condition ot the
system. The urine discharged was
perhaps a little more abundant and
tinged slightly with red."
YXLLOW-mSR RSISTn.
The Inoculated peisons were after-wa-d
exposed to the attack of the epi
demic fever in many places, and the
result i of the exposure oisy be briefly
summarized: Of the first 208 persons
inoculated not one was atfucked by the
fever. Of the next 632 twenty-six
were alt eked, wl o formed a part of
the garrison of 3S0 men stationed at
Vera Cruz. The 380 men of the orig
inal garrison were Inoculated, but the
garrison was reicf weed Ittar by the
addition of 174 men not icocnlated.
The ydlow-fever epidemic wnt intense
In the city of Vera Cms for s'x months.
Thirty-two per cent, of the men r ot
Inoculated were attacked, but only
seven per cent, of those inocu'iited.
l)r Carn.ona attributes the twenty-six
failures here noted to one ot two
causes. (1) That the mon had rot re
ceived int3 their systems a suflkient
quantity 0f zospores necessary ' f jr
satnrition to the protected point," or
( i) the fait that the zvoinores used in
inoculation were simply dried and not
Eropsrly "isolated from albumen by
eat or aW ol."
Ho enforces this conclusion by cit
ing two test cases, where the material
used In inoculitinn had beon more
carefully prepared. At Mtzitlan, of
ten employes of the custom-house, four
were inoculated. The ten were alike
exposed to attack. The six non-inoculated
were attacked and died. The
four inoculated soldiers were not ef
fect ad by the fever nt all.
The second case is tt II more rto'o
worthv. Seventy-six soldiers were
carefully inoculated with iso'ated z
osporio material in the City of Mexico.
During the sumiiier tbrse men de
scended to Vera Ciuz on tueir way 1 1
Acayucan. Franc e ;o Uonzalea joined
them and remained with them six
days at Vers Cruz duriLg tho epi
demic. On the arrivel of the detach
ment at Acoyucaa Got rales was
found ti he eick with yellow-fever,
end died in the coune of a few days,
lie alone ot tho detachment ha l not
been inoculated. Hissevet ty-aix com
panions were not attacked at all. Dr.
Carmona is led by his experiments to
conclude that a temporary febrile con
dition is a characteristic evidence and
guarantee (if a snccmfil iroju'ntiou
H'lil of the pioper saturation cf tho
svstem. He dneins it es-enial also
that his inocula' oa (hould have time
to produce its cha -acteristic effect be
fore the person operated upon is ex
poeed to the epidemic. The inocula
tion si. oald, therefore, be made dining
the mmls when the fever does nit
prevail.
A SYSTEM Or COAST PSI'SMSK.
Whether the preventive mstlnntis
re illy of value or net cm prol n ly bo
demonttrsted by the proposed com
mission. If the microbe theory f
yellow fever is conceded, however,
one thing is ceitiin. Thee deadly
mushrooms, which are so Lard to kill
and Bi eaHii7 rcittered broailuut by
the wind, the sea or any moving body,
are far more firmidable than the
t onps and fleets of any Eurorean
power. To protect tiie co.iotry from
the inroads of these p(t would be a
proper scheme r f roast defence.
Iraudrutl
IS KRMOVID BT THE TBI OF COCOAINE,
And it stimulatne and promotes the
growth of the hair.
Burnett's Flavoring Evtraitt are ths
best
A SICKHHG SfECTACLE.
TECCIBLE ATTESIT ON II I'M IN
LIFE AT EAST ST. LOUIS.
Six Mi a Imprisoned la a Cage
Fire aad Mcrionsly
Bnrued.
of
8. Locis, Mo., Febrnary 5. A ter
rible a timpW npon human lifs and
one in keeping with tne reputation ( f
Fist St. Louis was perpena'ed last
evening. Shortly tfer 11 o'clock a
burst ot fim, enveloping a shanty
near tbe railroad track, w as discovered.
As thefltmee we e dircovered those
who ran to the spot heatd the most
heartrending screams and cries, and it
was known tnat bun an beings were
imprisoned in a cage if fire. There
was no one mar the house at the time
but the glare of light that illumir u ed
the darkness attracted the attention
of all the railroad men that happened
to be out, Thjy rsn toward the place,
aud as they did to trrev heard th
most s ckenirg and piercing shrieks,
gn aus una cries, telling tt ut nnman
beings were held tbeie in the fiery
cuk uumuih 10 ewnpe. i nere was i
rtmh to tbe dor and it was forced in
when two men stacvered ont. thai
arms beating about and their il the
abltxa. Uiher men were (lregKbd out
uiicoiisu ous. ins spectaile was ens
to be 1 ng remembered bv all who wit
ness- d it. The victims, as thev ciima
oui wro b Z3U. oy rougn but Irlend v
I ands, and rolled about on the irronnd
in tue stow. Tbe ligLt frcm the burn
ingslanty cat a i lire over the throng
a id preset lid ii picture tnat reminded
one ot the old prints f bat t eg. Th
I ices of the victims were kened
and long strips cf 11 sh peeled oi. nrr-
sentioga horrid sight, such as only
burned flssh cn. Ihe nifortunates
were tHken t the Ke ay dnpo. where
they were nltjnded to. There were
six men in a.l taken out of the build
ing, and whin they a I got tog ther i.
the Kelay depot their means and
groans made, music tbat would mak
any one
TUKMIILB AMD SHIVER WITH HOVHOR.
Dnring the brit f interva's that thev
f rgot their burni and p- ius they to'd
how (he fire originated. Thev had
strolled in one by one to the shanty
in order to warm up. and were siitii a
- . ' .. . r "
arouna me stove talking when sin -denly
the tove seemed to hur t cp n
and tbe flames went til about the
room, enveloping tie men before thev
couia turn toward tne door. Ttn v
i j i . . ..
cuuiu ouit otrai aooni witn men
hands and strugirle wl h each tVur
in an endeavor to out to the civ.
They grappled with each other and
this impeded their escape, and it
seemed an eternity before they heard
tbe cries of those who came to the
rescue. They remembered very di..
tinctly tbat they smelted coal oil ai
the flimes burst out aronnd them.
The fire was e.thor the result cf a
piactical joke or of a deliberate attack
upon the lives of the men to settle an
old grudge. The strange manner in
which the fire t tar ted can only be
accounted for on the ground that
some wretch -
POCKED OIL DOWN Tm CHIMNKT
into the stove. It is said that the
man wba did tho deed is known, ss
he had a grudge atairst one of the
men and declared but recently that
he would get even if it took him
years t do it. Near the back of tbe
shanty, on the ground, was found
tin can that evidently bad con
tained coal oil. Koine ot the rail
road men who ran to the rescue of the
imprisoned victims said that the light
of the bhzing shanty disclosed to them
the figure of a man beating a hasty re
treat from the vicinity, but they did
not know st tbe time oi tbe horrible
circumstances attending the origin of
the corf Isolation. If the man who
carried out such a fiendish p'un of
vengeance had been captured he
would Bnrely have been lynched. The
names of the unfoituna'e men sre:
Morris McGlynn, Jas. Donahue, Wo,
Guilky, Pat. Doyle, Scott Sanderson,
Joseph McUee and Fred. Ericson.
They are sll harful'y burned, but
whether or not any c f them are neces
sarily fatally injured cannot be known
as yet.
SCOTT lANDKJtJON,
one of the injured men, was seen this
morning, end stated that early in the
evening, when be and his men went
into the shai ty f ir supper, they ex
pected trouble, for an opposing and
unfriendly gang of men had been there
before tiem and had fastened tbe win
dows and door of the building, t a a
dercon and his men, however, soon
Rained admittance. Aiioia ax they
entered the door of the shsntv wss
closed by some one from without and
securely fastened, and immediately
afierwards powder began to be thrown
down tho chimney. This, however,
did net reeu't seriously, and the men
w thin filled the stove with oily waste
in order to make the chimney (a com
mon stovepipe) so hot the t tho te above
could net appro wh it. Those without
then resorted t pouring oil in the
chimney, and the room was immedi
ately filled with flames. None oi the
men, it is now thought, were burned
fatallv.
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JJAVB ACCEPTED TUB AGENCY FOB THE CELEBRATED
Msnofaotured at Indianapolis, Ind., and are now prepared to furnish earn at prices which
cannot be euaaled lor same quality of work, Also manufacturers of
Cotton Presses, Horso Powers, Gin Gearing
AND EVERY VARIETY OF
Plantation Work, Including OTerbanUng &Ueparlng Englnea & Machinal 1
ORDERS SOLICITED.
COTTON FACTORS,
2Q4 Front St.. cor. Court, McmnlilM, Tenn
Chickasaw Iromvorks
JOHN E. KAADLE & CO., PEOPR'S,
l UN NAflnnH Xf rTnm a 4 a TI' . - .
F(I)UNI)ERS & MACUINJSTS,
MAnUiAtTUHEKb ASU UK A UK H'S IU
v nKlnet, HoilerM, MuwuiIIIh,
Ilradfortl C orn and Wheat Mills,
Cotton VreMM, Cotton UiaM,
Shafting, Pulley, a
riCR-Wa are prepared to f II orders.
lor tna eeie rateu aaaHSHra raieni
I'nlle. Wo earry in stock over
ssorleil M 0.
nlnffue end Priee-llst.
'6i '"y5tF,l ,N.t VV;V',- nntn.B nonce,
'.v- .TTTwaMawa. os-S-nd for Ont
JN0. 8. T00F.
B. L. MoSOWAN.
J.8. MoTIQHK.
W. Q. PATIEQON
TOOF, NI'GDH & CO.
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors,
And Dealers lp Ievce and Railroad (Supplies,
No. 274 Front Street -MftnmXiis, TcnEfipaW-
BERKLEY IMM COMPANY
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMliEI,,
Doora, Sanli aud 331Iixcla.
GEO. BAYMILLER. Acont,. 124 Jefferson Street
rs
On ani after this c'ate I shall oCur at private sale tbe entire t ck of
No. 205 MAIN ST RE LT,
COSSISIIXO OF
hawnull hopplies, Agricultural Impleiiients,
3RASS and COTION ROPE, FENCE WIRE, Etc.
B-:i shall pntinoe to se'l from dar o day at yerjr low rates. Th-e - requirina anythina ia
Ibia lioe for huildina. Mechanical. Farmina or other purpose, mh hare an opvortnni y to
aupply their waoU at rates tjreatly lo their advantaae.
Mimphib. KVhruwrt I I8M . I. tf OOWKM.. Koivtr. I
J. IV. SifHORR,
President)
P. 8AUSSESTHALIK,
Yice-Preaideat ;
C. KOEIILER,
bet'j and Tre&ge
TAYLOR & GO.
Cotton Factors & Commission r.lerch'ts,
No. 3U Front iStreet, Corner oiMorftoe, Memphis, Tenn.
Liberal Adranrfa Made on roasla-niueala.
NAPOLEON HILL, Pretldcnt. W. N. ITlLKEKSON.Tico-PrcBldenl.
11. J. LYNN, tashlei.
iVf eniDliis City Pire & Gen I Ins. CD.
A
DOtvS
OENEB.1.
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
DIIXHOTOnBi
n. rUBSTRNUKIM. WM. I. COUB, .JAME3 KKILLT
S. MANSi-lELD. V. it. MlhRS,
JOHN L0AQUE,
.BKlUEtli.
ennesseelrewiii
HAHKFAVCTIIKEBr Of THE ( ElEDBATED
Filsener Beer in Kegs and Bottles.
Only Pure Clirjstal Well Water Used for Brewing" Purposes.
8. W. Corner Butler antl Tenucssee Stc,
MEM PIU S, TEWX.
W. T.ltOlFDKK.
H. P. KOWIMIE.
COTTON FACTORS,
IVo. 297 Second Street, : JeniphN, Teuit,
JOHN REID. . e LKK.
3ES. IiH3E3 OO-.
37G78-a80-3S2.a84-a( fcecond street, south ot (lavoso.
Doors, Sash, BlinrJs. Flooring, Ceilinrj, Siding, Shingles.
JHnoldlnar, I.alha, Crdsr Poala nail Plelirla.
UeGSiFETTIT
WHOLESALE
GROCERS, COTTOI FACTORS
And Commission iSarchants.
2Gtan1 20S Front, St.. tlemi.1)!n. Tenr .
(3 twjjtfay)t-v ,witt.-w a
IAW AID PI.A9riHIKII.L, HAYY.Y&JKD
Doors, Sssli, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Cellini? and Cedar Posts.
MEMPHIS, - - TENNESSEE.
i t ran
T. PARQAS0N. J. A. HUNT. C. C. HEIS. R. A. PARKER. E. L. W00D60U
1 ',5
Wholesale Grocers & Cotton Factors,
2Gt Front Strset, Slemphla, Tenn.
Cotton consigned to u will bare oar careful attention. We earry at all times a weH-
aelected stock o.
Staple & Fancy Grocaries, Wines, Llqucra, Tobacco & Cigars,
Anil will .oil I.nw n. ! f,o rVM.,.
SLEDGE BROS., of Como, Miss. F. S. KOIiFLEiJT, Resident Partner.
COTTON FACTORS,
No. 365 Front Street eutohin1 Tennemttft
D1LLARD & COFFIN,
COTTON FACT0ES,
MempliiN, Tenn. .
ntah Aslvanorw to Mercians mid llaii(oru
BBINLY LAND SIDE CUTTER FLOWS.
Office 19 Aladiann Street, IXempMs, Tenn
agaiteaci " i ' lailaiami
aatii1rj!!i!!?5ir
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMEMTS,SIEDS & FERTILIZERS.
B.G. CRAIG & CO. , 37-39 Union, Memphis
M.H.I0VI&C0.
II Mill.
Liter lart ani PI
MANUFACTURERS OF
Doors, Sash, Blind, ItlonMiuR, all kinds of Door and
Winds Frames, Brackets, ScrolMVork, Itongh and
Dressed Lumber, Shlnglets trtlhs. Water Tanks.
All kinds of Wood Work Executed at (Short Notice.
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington St. Memphis. Xenn.
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