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?EW ?RHER OF THIMiS IN RUSSIA.
Tho revolutionary movement in KUH
; pia lins resulted in the grouting ol
civil liberty to the oppressed subjects
of the Czar. The Emperor has ??von
hiaiinal approval to a manifesto which
?will forever end the mle of absolutism
exercised by him and hie Kouianotl'an
cestors for WO years. Count Witto
comes into power as minister-president
with nn imperial mandate which will
ennbJe him to convert tho iarcial
national assembly into a real legis
lative body, elected by greatly extend
ed eu lira go, and to confer upon tho
peoplo fundamental civil liberties, in
cluding free speech. Russian a il aim
were fast reaching a crisis, and, if tho
reforms had not been granted, revo
lution would have followed with the
overthrow of the Government. Hus
ein, though defeated and crushed in
war, IB stronger today than she haB
ever been in her history. The vic
tories of peace are often greater than
those of war.
Witto ie the man of tho hour. He
represented his country as peace envoy
nt Portsmouth and the world in familiar
-with the signal victory be won in the
peace negotiations. He cabled the fol
lowing message to the American peo
.*i am sure the American people, who
understand what freedom is, and the
American press, which voices the
-wishes of the people, will rejoice with
the friendly Russian nation ac this mo
ment when the Russian peoplo have
received from bia imperial roojesty the
Sremises and the guarantees of free
om, and will rejoice in tho hope that
the Russian people will wisely aid in
the realization of those Jihonieu by co
operating with tho government for
their peaceful induction. Only thus
-will it be possible to aecure ?ho full
benefits ot freedom conferred upon
The mayoralty oleotion in New York,
whieh takes place in a few days, has
been one of ibo most spectacular in
the history of tho metropolis. Wil
liam R. Hearst, who, with the aid of
his millions, vainly sought tho last
presidential nomination of the Demo
cratic party, is running aa an inde
pendent on a municipal ownership
plstfornir Mayor MoClellan socks re
election, nnd in a cliarnotoriHtio lotter
former President Cleveland OD dorsos
him and urges the voters of New
-?? York "to strive against the tide of
demagogic/ misrepresentation" and
vhysteria pervading the canvass.
' President Roosevelt gavo nome good
T advice to the regro race in his speech j
% at Little Rook. The worst enemy of
j', the negro, he said, waa the' negro
% criminal of the hideous type sp often
% hideously avenged. Every reputable
% black man owes tho duty to himself
and to his raoe to hunt down that
'arirniual the president declared. That
?Jie.good advice, ?'-?t tho Hud tho
? Southern peoplo have been giving the
/ negro all the timo. Tho trouble is
pf that he doos not appreciate it, but to
% ibo oriminal gives his sheltering aid
and protection. Until he learns tho
S truth that tho maintenance of oivili
V nation demands the prompt and just
' - punishment of crime, tho negro will
,j . make no progress as a race.
Acoordiog tomine* Manufacturer's
- Record the hanks of South Carolina
' have more than doubled their doposits
, 4n the last ten years, increasing from
: 13,065,240 to $28,183,940. These
figures indicate that the State has ex
porincod a period of unusual prosperity
. , and that the increase in values of all
.j. kinds has. not been confined to any
;?- one locality Cr to any particular clans
}JP ot business. The entire population of
? the State shares in the inorease, and
v particularly tho cotton farmera who
% have been receiving a fair return for
their principal product. Tho value of
farming landa has shown a remerkablo
U advance, ?nd the agricultural interests
ere in better bb apo than they have
1 ever been. "*. 0 i\
S The State executive committee of
|j the prohibitionists met in Columbia
duri D g the Fair to consider the advisa
bility pf placing a ticket iq^th^ ^eld.
m t jr governor sod li ou t e n an t-go ve r n or.
^ The sense of tho meeting was that it
wcmld be unwise to put a prohibition
Mpicket,in the field at this time.. Tho
?f lbe movement has never been great-'
' er in South. Carolina than it ia today.
^ ^^eayy^H^i^ea .oast against the
dispensary in the elections recently
^>al^sne^^dirift 'of' pabilo senti
jnen't. ' The candidate who defeats the
'.^ 1 aider of the. prohibitionist a in tho.
next State campaign will bo governor
?P??8outh Carolina. A
%? -?iapeoaary J?it?etdr 'john Bell
Maryland will vote at tho approach
ing olcotionon a constitutional amend
ment which practically disfranchises
the negro vote. In adopting tho pro
posed amendment tho State will bc
but following thc example cf most of
her sister States in the South. Tho
15th amendment to the Federal con
stitution is a wrong and an insult to
thc Southern people and would never
have bcou adopted by even a
radical Republican majority in Con
gress except as a measure of political
expediency. The principle of basing
suffrage on intelligence and character
is appreciated everywhere, but fur a
generation thc South haB had to suffer
from thc disastrous effects of a politi
cal blunder which was known to he
wrong by itu perpetrators. Thc black
peril has been shakon off in on<; way,
but it may come up in another.
STATE NE WM.
- Alfred Holmes, an excollent sol
dier of the Confederacy and adjutant
on tho staff of Gen. Capers, died in
Aiken last week.
- The widow of Chas. M. Cope,
who was killed in the Ogden wreck in
Greenville is suing the Southern for
- Tho Boyston homestead of
Wiunsboro has been purchased by
local capitalists and will be converted
into a modern tourist hotel.
- In tho game of football at the
State Fair grounds in Columbia on
Wednesday, Clemson defeated the
University of Alabama by 25 to noth
- Thomas Lacy was sentenced in
the Federal Court in Greenville last
week to a term of five years in the
penitentiary for robbing the portoffioe
at MoCoii, S. C.
- Two negroes and ooo White man
have been arrested within tho week in
Cherokee County for assault, their
onocn having been sent up to the ses
sions court for trial.
- A street oar in Greenville collid
ed with a wagon containing a 00 gal
len keg of contraband whiskey a few
days ago. Tho whiskey waa captured
but tho driver escaped.
- Hilkon Sims, a white boy about
i10 years old, was killed in Columbia
Thursday morning by a little negro
boy of tho same ago. The oareless
handling of a gun was the cause.
' - Tho largo general merchandise
store of J. E. Williams, in Chester
County, was destroyed by fire Sunday,
ontailing a loss of $12,000, none of
which was covered by insurance.
-? Tho shortage of the lato J. 8.
Campbell, Treasurer of Richland
(Juuuty, has been. H?ttled by tho
H ti rc ty company in whieh he was bond
ed. Tho total shortage was nearly
- A farmers' warehouse, with a
capitalization of $12,000, has been
organized in Laurens. It will have a
capacity of several thousand bales of
cotton which will be stored ai a mini
- A fellow died in Steerpen Town
ship last week and the only thing he
lett was s clock. The Administrator
will have plenty of time to settle his
estate, but it shouldn't take long to
wind it up.-Carolina Citizen. ';;i .
- --U- "Can" Morgan and Stewart But
ler/Edgefield negroes, beearao invol
ved in a difficulty on the public
atrects of the town Saturday night,
and Butler's throat was out from ear
to ear, producinginstant death.i :
i :- Tho oommitt?o on'the reorgani
sation of the Buffalo cotton mills at
Union will meet this week for the pur
pose of reorganizing, the mill, which
has suffered so much from the heavy
sp?culation of its president, T. C.
-- Henry A. Smith, special agent
of tho Panama cana! commission, is in
the Stato for the purpose, of getting
good mechanics and carpenters and
other laborers to work for the govern
ment on the isthmus. Good wages
- The State Fair in Columbia last
week was the most successful and
most largely attended in the history
of tho association. From a sooial and
busiuoss standpoint the fair is a great
thing for the capital city.
--W. D, Coker, of Gloucester
Court Houso, Va?, a former resident
of this State, shot a neighbor co death
Saturday, and then wont homo and
killed his wife and two children and
took his own life. Domestic trouble
is alleged to htsve bean .the causo of
the tragedy. - "
j ?- Thomas J. Gibson, a broker of
Columbia, has been arrested on tho
charge of disposing of certain of tho
$15,000 worth of State bonds, tho
sensational misappropriation of whioh
was recently discovered and which led
to tho arrest of Daniel Zimmerman, a
former clerk in the Stato Treasurer's'
office, a short time ago. .
- The. announced candidates for
the office of Adjutant and Inspector
General of South Carolina are <?oh J.
C. Boyd', of Greenville, W; W. Bruce,
of Bennettaville, ii. W/ Haskell and
Henry T. Thompson., of CoH&npia.
E H. Anil, of Newberry, lil? P.
Tribblo, of Anderson, will bo candid
ates for Secretary bf Stat?. vThfother
aspirants for St?to ornees aro alow in
OOmipg Ottt. . . ..; / n ?4 *.
- On the east bound" train Wednes
day wsi a strong, handsome, f?at?j!? ?
gent looking whits man, handcuffed,,
.about thirty years of ago, on hie way
to Borve a lifeeentonoe in tho peniten
tiary^ Columbia for killing bia neigh,
bor in Coonee County. Ono could
was ono of th? highest cxemplifio^'ona
of abe majesty of law in Sou th Caro
M*? Ifcaahas bwh witnessed in many
. ?ov. Heyward has melted a
preening invitation from T. J? ?nder
ion, general r^n^
Southero P?oifle railroad, to join 1 'a
party of thirty prominent oat italien?,
aanuiaitttrew ?nd profesional;
from tho North and South* in--Sgi&
iflgv, and finning exe ursi on s lon* the
"gulf; coast of Texas. Tho governor ia
Dispensary ,'rtadamus Dismisssd.
Asheville, N. C., Cet
Jeter C. Pritchard, of tho United
States court, today dismissed tho man
duruuH proceedings brought by J. G.
J lowell, formerly dispenser of Uuion
County, S. C., against the iioard of
Control of that county to reiostato
him in the olliceof dispenser, on the
groiuid that the court h ui no jurisdic
tion. Tho opinion stated that tho
court had the power to issue this form
ot relief only as an anically remedy.
Judge Pritchard rendered his lecision
on this ground' alone and did not con
sider the inuits of the < ase. Tho caoo
involved ibo constitutionality of tho
Brice dispensary Act of .South Caro
Russia Concedes Civil Liberty.
St. Petersburg, Oct. 30.-Tonight
the autocracy ??* the Houianoffi und
the old order ol' things cease coexist
Emperor Nicholas has surrendered
and Count Witto comes into power as
minister president with an imperial
mandate which will enable him to con
vert tho farcial national assembly into
a real legislative body, elected by
greatly extended suffrage, and to con
fer upon the people fundamental civil
liberties, including freo speech.
These welcome tidings reached St.
Petersburg shortly bafore ? o'clock
thia evening. Count Witto had spent
I tho day with the emperor at Peterhof,
going over the lioal draft of the mani
festo to which he insisted that certain
minor modifications be made, and be
fore taking tho train for St. Peters
burg he telephoned to a friend that
the emperor had affixed his aignature
and that the imperial mandate cora
Erising the conditions upon which he
ad agreed to accept o ill ce was in his
pocket. These include freedom of the
press, the right of assembly and the
immunity of the person, including the
right of habeas corpus.
Count Witte insisted on a cabinet
on the British model witli a selected
premier responsible to the imperial
durna, or parliament, while the emper
or clung to the appointment cf mem
bers of tho Cabinet on tho, American
plan by the emperor aa chief of
Tlie State department bas instructed
Charge d'Affaire Eddy in case of emer
gency .to give American citizens asylum
at the embassy and u necessary to
charter a steamer.
Foreign Minister Lemsdorf ia reas
suring the ambassadors by formally
guaranteeing ?the safety of foreign
residents. He announces that the
government i&prepnred to a fit rd them
military protection in St. Petersburg
and elsewhere in the evMit of disor
The following is tho .ext of the im
perial manifesto: *
"We, Nicholas the second, by tho
grace of God emperor'e.nd autocrat of
all the Bnsaiaa, grand duke of Fin
land, etc., declare to nil our faithful
subjects that the troubles and agita
tion in our'capitals and in. numerous
other places lill our heart with exces
sive pain and sorrow.
.'The happiness of the Russian sove
reign is indissolubly bound up' with
the happiness of our people and the
sorrow of our people is the sorrow of
"From the present disorders may
arise great national disruption. They
menace the integrity and unity of our
"The supreme duty imposed upon
ns by our sovereign omen requires ns
to efface ourself and to usc all the
force and reaBoa at our command to
hasten in securing tbs uSlty aad co
ordination of the power ot the cen
tral government and to assure the
success of measures for pacification
in all circles of nu bl io lifo which aro
essential to the well being of our peo
ple.- M >i?? -r< '.*<'
"We, therefore, direct our govern
ment to carry out our inflexible will in
the following manner: . . ~ '
"First-To extend to'*', the popula
tion the immutable .foundations of
civic liberty, based on tie real invio
lability of ? person, freedom of con
science, speech, union and associa
"Second-Without BuspeniiniF the
already ordered elections to the State
durna, to invite to participation in the
durna, so far as the limited.time be
fore the con vocation of tho una will
permit, those classes of the copula
tion now completely deprived of elec
tor il rights, leaving the ultimate de
velopment of the principle of the
electoral right in general to. the newly
established . legislative order- of
"Third-To establish aa an un
changeable, .rule that no law shall be
enforceable' without the approval of
the State drina and that it shall be
possible ioi the elected of the peo-!
pie to exercise real participation in
the supervision of the legality ?f the
acts, of the authorities, appointed by
"We appeal ??. to all faithful sons ot
Russia to remember their duty to
wards the fatherland, to aid'in ter
minating theae unprecedented trou
bler nnd to npply their forces in fco
0 Deration with us, to tho restoration
ot '?alni and peace upon' our natal
soi.?. . . . -. : : '. ? ft '?? <. I v.
"Given at Peterhof, Qct. 30, in the
eleventh year of our reign. . :f
1 (Signed) . L "Nicholas."
Admiral*and His Soo Mobbed.
- Geo. ?sbam Randolph, consult
ing engineer, declares his belief that
tho Panama canal will bo complet'jd in
- M. M. Lynch, of Alto, Ga-, com
mitted Buioidc by banging himself in a
tree, his body beiDg 70 foot from tho
ground when discovered.
- Daniel J. Sully spys cotton will
reach 12 cents before Christmas and
that Theodore H. Price will before
that time become a bull.
- The Chrouiclo ?ays there is a
million and a quarter moro money
on deposit in Augusta banks uow
than ever before in thc history of tho
- Miss Clara B. Baker, of Augus
ta, Ga., wat; robbed of several thous
and dollars worth of jewelry in a dry
goods store in Oakland, Cal., on Sun
- Elliot F. Shepard, a grandson of
W. K. Vanderbilt, has been sentenced
to tbr<)0 months in jail and to pay
$?,000 for the death of a child ander
- B. Frank C!.*d??, vioo president
of tho Clyde Steambhip company,
while tryiug to beard a train in Phila
delphia on Tuesdf.y, war. dragged be
neath tho wheels and crushed to
- Up to the 19th ult., there had
been 7,435 case? of yellow fever and
820 deaths in hjuisiaua, and 1,180
oases and 114 deaths in Mississippi,
Florida and Alabama*
- W. H. Anderson, a politician in
Hendersonville, N. C., has sued party
managers in North Carolina for $20,?
000 for failure to provide bim with a
- The Southern Railway announces
1 that quarantine restrictions in the
South are raised and through sleeping
car service ia resumed between New
York and New Orleans.
- In his speech at Frederioksburg,
Va., President Roosevelt made the
interesting statement that when he io
through his present trip he will have i
been in and spoken ia every State in
tho Union during his term aB Presi
. --President Roosevelt in a speeoh
at Tuekeegee told the .'groes that
their best friends are io the South,
and among the white people of thc
South, and ,urged them to be law
abiding and to remember that no help
could avail them so much aa capacity
for self help.
- Ex-Gov. James S. Hogg, of Tos
as, haB brought suit against the later
national and Great Northern railroad
for one million dollars for injuries re
ceived on the road last January. Ec
says there injuries are the cause, of
his present illness, which is likely to
result iu his death.
~ Mrs. Alice Moore, a white wo*
mau was knocked down and criminally
ashaulied by a negro on the outskirts
of Attain <t.? Bloodhounds were put on
the trail of the guilty party, but after'
vanning 12 miles the trail was aban
donee1. Ho would probably have been
lynched if caught.
- Tho Southern Railway has com
piled 6.report which shows that over
7,000 ooiles of road alone, from June.'
3?cb, i?O-i, to June 30, 1905, thpre
was completed and put in operation 46
textile mills, 84 furniture factories,^
iron industries, 6 tanneries, 77 stone
quarries and.coal mines, 13 cotton seed
\>tt: plants, 8 fertilizer works and more;
than 500 smaller industries.
~ Afc Mobile. Alabama, Judge
Semines, son or tho great Admiral
Raphael Sem mes", commander of the
"Alabama1' in the Civil war, presented
President Roosevelt, in behalf of the
citizens, with a gola badge. ?In re
sponding tho president said that ono
of , his uncles t was an officer on the
"Alabah)a? and another uncle built
tho bessel.. . * , ^ ,
- A flaxen-haired tot-? boy bf
mee, uu?utuiug vu, j-uo x uuatKupufa
Record?- attracted muoh: attjtntiou by
wandering alongjhe/main aisle of a
department store the other day.
Crowds jostled , and pushed, but tho
little f ellow trudged onward manfully, j
apparently with ? definite object ip
vie w: ' ; A floor walker, se?i ?g th at fcj!i ? I
obild wai. un?eoompaniod, stopped
him? ; "Where are'v?u going, son?",
he- asked. .'Tm. loosing for miroma;
abe' 9 1 ost," responded the y o u n g s t o r
bravely. VSbe'sgot lost when ?^Wf?;
looking at tho', pretty; tbinge." At
this moment thero was a little shriek
heard, and half-hysterical woman ran
forward to clutch ethe boy. v VThatls
mamma, I've found h?r>" f??ld tho lad?;
oalmly,s ?s be\.wa? ??d - away. MThii
boy has ia ore sen se' than his mother,"
the floor walker commented.
- ituagi William
the Second district police court, 8t?
Louis, requires raen who. coma bsforo
hi tu ?or di ??ke???as to ?|ga a tpled?o
novto^; drink :?o? ^ y?^V?b?'judge
has between s?vooty-five and one han
drea men pledged at the present time,
and only 1 par cent of tho number has
broken ?he promise;. Recently? team
ster wbo haa'a * wife-: (?nd fchreo r vij?tj#.
young ?bildren ;^?? ?
Pollard and fi(ued<;$25.; f^^?ujt??
agreed to remifc tho hua on condition
that the teamster ?ake!tbe.j^^^H??||g.
tego to li?t taine with me. Ha^
'largest Bed! Estate BroW,A&K&i
prepim-d to reich pr^p?t^^e
V^ ttm? d^?v^^nrjo? iw*t patria
My boones* U:<t^df??t^''?lt^|^
??4 leVs t??k" th? m*?t?'io^|p
?;- mw QI>'ki eome Juttfro i?Ba^
- There is nothing like having a
genuine interest in lifo, as a Los
Angeles man has discovered. He
bought a pistol and tried to kill him
self with it, but tho weapon was worth
loss and would not work. He has, in
consequence, brought suit against the
dealor for having cheated him in. tho
Bale/and whilo this suit is on he has
such a lively interest in lifo that he
hasn't had time to think of any plan
for killing himself.
- Tho crowd hissed Governor Var
daman when he attacked President
Roosevelt in a speech in Jackson.
Many left in disgust. .
- The question of "dispensary" or
"no dispensary" will be submitted to
tho qualified voters of Saluda County
on December 19th, the supervisor
having just ordered an election for
that date. ?
- The Charleston gala week will
begin th9 4th of November. The
railroads will soil tickets at tho rate
of one faro for thc round trip, pius 25
- Tho Presbyterian Synod con
cluded its annual session in Hock Hill
last week. It will meet next fall at
- ?f aman is looking for trouble
all he has to do is marry a woman
older that himself and ^L?J. tell her
he is going to have k*? lifo usured in
his favor. '
Notice of Sale
I will sall at the residence of tba ?ate
W. L. Davis, near Belton, S. C, on
Tb ui sd ny, the 10th of November next, at
ll o'clock a. m., ono Saw Hill and one
Six-horse Tozler Engine, the property of
W L. Davis, deceased, and O. P. Davis.
Terms of Sale-Cash. ...... - ?
C. P. DAVld.
Survivor of Davis & Davis.
Nov 1,1005 20 r 2*
Notice to Creditors.'
ALL persons bovin? demands against
the Estate o?'Mejor Hill, deceas
ed, are hereby notified to present them,
properly proven, to the. undersigned,
within tho time prescribed by law, and
thoso Indebted to make pffvrhent.
Nov 1,1905 : 20 8?; I
8tate of South Carolina,
County of Anderson.
By B. J. if. Nance, Judge of Probate.
Whereas, Mts. M. C. Wharton
has- applied to me to grant'her Let
ters of ?Ul m inst mt! on on the Estate and
effects of S. I/. Wharton, deceased.
. These are, therefore, to cite and admon
ish all kindred and creditors of the said
S. L. Whart?n, deceased, tp be and
sppear before me In Court of Probate,
to be held at Anderson Court House, on the
16th day ot Nov., 1905. after ^publication
ho roof, to show cause, if any they have,
wby the said Administration should not
be granted. Given u*\der my hand thia
1st day of November, 1905. . v;
R. Y. BS KAAOE, Probate Judge. 38
Nny 1, 1905 SO - ? 2?
State of South Carolina, .
County of Anderson.
By R. Y. Bt Nance, Judge of Probated
1 Whereas,'M. M. Campbell, bsa
p,ppliod to mo to ' grant bim Letters of
Adminlotration on the Estate and effects
of Nimrod Kay, deceased. .': , -
,Tbe?e!ar,e tborefcro to cite and edmon-.
Ish all kindred and. creditors of the said
Nimrod '. ? ?* Kav, deceased, . . to be
and appear -before mo In Court ol P?o
bate, to oe **i?d afc Anderson c. H. on the
(16th dai* A November, 1905. after publi
cation hereof, to show cauco, if any thoy
have, why the said Administration
shodld not bo granted. Givon under my
hand, tbi? ist day of Noyember^lflQff, ;v
v it Y. H. NANCE, Probate Jedge.
Nov 1,1905 ? ' i ? :h ;;2*,?.
I ' BUY ? farm from 'which you bau
send ; ?faur boya- Sod gi tris to Colic?o.
That ia much ' ebonpafrj than : toi pay
board for them, ati-d you can have
them at Home with you-.
An opportunity "to secure, ? farm in
ono and a half miles bf ?uo ? West,
S. 0., where , you can have the advan
tages of- ' - ... - .
Con sis ti o ? of 455, acres, h fea been dir
yid*d into^Bhij^^ii&i0^t?t?$ frpm .
50 to 125 ^r?^nd^ntatia?nar t?tf?l
and much land alreadyjn cnUiifAtroti^
aitrialed on the r?f?fi?ml)tt? W?ii
to DonaldS?^?om which the" contemn
p?ated trolley will run. Thia will bo
eold- , , . * * . . . ,
Monday November fl, 1005,
At Abbeville Court. House) tb
kjp%$Ht &le~0? , fa?
I . ' fcer. j?all intortoatlon a?ply \0^7 : ' ^
lis >?'i II' niall Si' ' ; ' * 1 ' t :
? ^V.^U*--'- ' . . ? : ; ; . . :
sie wMfia$ it to their ^fer! ^
daft' ooa^i?oa- if?.^-ct?*:,. ;>s :
??as ia the Ueittd 8?A??B, - i
OB. *, cotnl?n?t?o?s bsa?fe-no sate,
hen JD rW city,?b?iV'fo-V#A *ri?y :? ?
ratler .whether ' yow t?v?? sall j ' |
We have made a second reduction on ali Goods in our
Store. Our place of business consists of three large floor??
leaded down with seasonable Goods, all of which must be
sold as quick as possible, as we a*e moving our Wholesale
Department to Columbia, 8.0. We stand ready 'to
, On Dry Goods,
" . Shoes, ? -.^?- * .?
^ GentsVFuniishingSft ?g Y
V ladies';Wraps, "? #-t \
'?> ' ? . Carpet?, ?? '";'./','
Art Squares, , ./',..'.'
If you want to do the correct ?d?g take advantage oS
this Gigantic Sale. v
One hundred Sales-People are now ready to wait on voa.
We aro the bo?t prepared iii tha history ^m- 5.
^ business t^ supply^
' customers with the ntessar^ Cbni^
} / Korth Caroona Homemade Wool Blanked, worth $?.0?^^?^'.;i
I '02.49 pair. I^^^^^K: $
? North" Carolina,Homo-mads 11-4 \v*ooi Blankets, wo*th #
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