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VOL. 8.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1876.
NO. 135.
niiiiMiiimiMiiiHiiimiiMiiMmmiM
THE CAIRO
BULLETIN.
Leading Journal of Southern
IUinoii.
The Bulletin
Will ateadfaitly ojipoie the jmllclei 01 to
HepuMlcan party, mil rrluan to be trim
moiled u the dictation ol any clique In the
Democratic organization.
H beilevc that tbe ItcjiuMlcan party bat
fiiiailed its million, and tbat tbe Demo
cratic party aa now organized ibould te re
stored to power.
Uboilevoi tbt Hadlcal tyranny that ke
for several yean oppretied tbe Soutb
should he overthrown and tbe people r.l tut
outbern .State periatttnl to control then
awn affaire.
It belleret that railroad corporation
ibould be prohibited by le(ti:atlYe react!
went from estortins and unjustly dsrcnnv
Inallogln their bualnes-i tract actloni wllk
tbe public.
It recognlrei tbe equality ol all Kit a
tore the law.
It advocates free uoiuUierre tarlO tot
tevmue only.
adrocatft resumption o! speile pay
ment, aud honot payment ot fie public
debt.
It advocate! economy in the l.ainWtra
tloti el public aflalra
AS A NEWSPAPER
The Uulletln will publish all tbe Iocs! newi
ol Cairo, and a variety ot Commercial, Po
litical, Foreign and General Newt, and .
(icavorto pleaie all taatea and Interest ah
revler.
-Til E
jEEKLY j3uLLETlN
I a thirty-two column paper, turnufetit to
subscribe?! lor the low prlco of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
I'oitifc'i' propald. It la Ibo cheapest pape
In the Weit, and la a pleating Flrefid
Visitor mhI Family Companion.
Advertisers
Cannot tail to ice the w'valed ludute
meuta offered by Tbe Uulletln in tbe way
ol cheap and profitable advertliemetit:,
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THE
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Itml estate, furniture and tlitme....
tirient eiiienee ami la ialil
l"h:k and othrrra-h Itcra
Illlla of other Nullonsl banks ....
Fractional -urrency. Inclinllng nlckloi
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Nurplua fund
Ollirr lindlTMcd profit --
National bank uotM onlntaadlnif
InUlviilual draoalta anlijart to cfutk
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Mile of Jlllnoia, County of Alexander a.
I, A. II. .latrurd, Cnalilcr or the ubore
uamril linnk, do aolfmuly wer Ibatthv hnt
atatrmmt is true tu thr brat or my knuNTlKlge
andMlrf. A B. MAt-TOItO, Ciiihler.
Sulitcrllinl and anuin til tM-rure me till 21th
day of May, X. II MOHItlH,
nouirj i'iui:io.
Correct-Alleat.
ii i.. ham.iiiat; )
It II WfNMVGIIAM, l)it(Ctor
W . I. IIALLIDAY, S
VUHMIHNIUJI MI.Kl'flAXTrl.
K. -I, Ayrta. a. I). Ayrra.
1YRES to CO.
And intra!
Commission Merchants
No. 68
OHIO LEVEL
P. CUHL,
Klrlu'lre
Flour Merchant
Millers' Agent.
So M Ohio Iatc.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
7 C tf.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Dealer in
LUMBER,
All kinds hard and aoft.)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, eVo.
Mill auad Yard,
2ornr Thirty-Fourth Street aud
Ohio Levoo.
I'AINT AXUOIIA.
Blake eft Go.
(Stlcceaorto)
B. F. PARKER,
Dealers In
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
aVall Paper, Window GUsb, Win
aow Shades, Sic.
alwaya on hand, the calibrated lllumlnitln
AURORA OIL.
BroM' Butldlnid
Ooraier Elaracth Street and Waahlns
tan ATtnna
VAKir.TT NTORK.
N"ew-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RKTAIL.
T .f,arafat
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very CJese.
Corner 10th flt. and Oomtuerclal Av,
0AIB0. IIIIK0II1
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
O CALLAHAN & HALL,
IRON, TIN
AND
Slate Roofer,
LDkTIikT..
Roofing and Guttoring a Specialty
Slate Roofling a Specialty in
tny part of Southern
Lightning Bods, Pumps, J.Stovos
and Tinware.
JoWaUKPf atlrD.
Drs. MITCHELL & BRIGIIAM,
Proprietors.
CfEsecial atlrutlon ulrrnto Surgery and
the trvattnent of Cbronio DlieotM. a-W-lm.
(77? L - t T i : ...
BLAINE.
ANOTMKH CHAEOK A0AIN8T THE
MAINE CANDIDATE VOK THE
PBESIDENOY.
Hp llPiih-n Ihnl hit luia (Jrouii Itlcli hv
Itmllrnl Nm-i-iiIiioii, nml litlinw tit
l- n I'oiir .'Inn.
Ni;v Yoiik, May 2. 'J im Nan liuli-ll-tlieif
n letter dntttl Aiinta, Mtiluo, No
vcinbcr20, 1670, from -liimu.s (!. Illittim
to U'nrrcn Klfliur, .(r., of HoMon, ollor
lu for $23,000 lo procure lor Fllicr out!
one hundred unit iilnuty-rr-coml imrt of
tlift t-ntlro InuicliUu of tliu Nortlir-rn
I'rtcilio rnllro'td, tiicluilln tlmkmtl com
pany'fi stock. Aflir ilcfcrlliln llu; itn-uii-iic
profjiccllve tirollts ol tliu tranac
tlon, Maine says liu cannot nvall lilni'Hf
of tho opportunity, but oboyinj: Ills Hist
itnd best ltnpuhe, oIIIm It lo I'Miur. In
III concluding' parnjfniph Itlnlnu nyt:
"Keep my namo rjtilet, incnllonlii It to
no oneiiiilcsj to Mr.Cnlihvi-ll." ISIalno's
rectlpt to l-'Micr for $23,000 anil agree
ment to deliver, as described, U al.o pub
lished. Illaluu was unable to deliver, and
after ovtr n year'a waltlnt', Aiitllla
Adiuns, one of the pool for which Fisher
acted, reclaimed .3.0O0, Mi interest,
from lilalnc, and obtained It. The cor
rei)oudence eeems lo havo bten fur
nislied the .Vioiby Adam?, n Ittter from
whom is alo publliihed.
Mlt. III.ilNl.'s iii;i i.v.
Waiii.voton. I). C, May 27. Kx
Speaker Hlalne In reply in iti(julrle. con
ccrniiij; tlie article in the New York .S'ioi
to-day said: rfomu eix or seven year
a0 some friends nf mine in lloston de
sired to make a tniall investment in the
North l'acillc enterprise, and sis: the vlcc
prceldeiit ot tlie road, lion. 11. I), like
was a near neighbor of mine In Attjjut-ta
it was thought 1 mi'ht llnd out where
aud how the purcha-ei could be made.
In one or two liistanco I heard ol inter
tts belli,' for sale, but nothing was done.
Finally in the autumn of lS70a dellnlte
Intereft was lor sale, and it was brought
to my attention with very glowing and
extravagant accounts of its prospective
profit. As it was a road chartered by
eoiigreM,deiivIng its franchise and grants
directly from congress and liable at any
time to apply to congress lor futureWa
vor., I did not myself entertain tor a mo
ment, tho Idea of being Interested In it.
Hut as these friends had beenwMilng
Mich investment, aud a: they iiad tlie
fame right that any other private citizen
had to own an enterprise, I communica
ted the facts totheni precisely as they had
been given to inn
A few days alter 1 was imtlnYd that
they would he glad to purchase, and a
ccltillcate of deposit or ea'ldet's cluck
for 'was placed In my hands in
trust, as tlie receipt shows, lo hand oyer
to the person proposing to sell who In
due tiuio will doubtless speak lor him
self. The cerlilleatu was to be taken in
the name ol Kli-ha Atkins, one of the
mot prominent and honorable merchants
In Hoton. It was soon found, however,
that the North l'acillc interest was in
some way pledged or hypothecated or
embarrassed as to title, and the matter
ran along for over a year and llnally
came to nothing. The money in full,
with interest, wa returned to Warren
Fisher, witli whom the negotiation was
had. and the holder of the North l'acillc
interest letalned it, or possibly found an
other purchaser, of which I know noth
ing. This is simply tlie wliole of tho trans
action out ot which a sensation is at
tempted by tho Sun. .My connection
with It was purely or a friendly charac
ter. 1 had not the remotest interest In It
any shape or foimaiid no Intention or
understanding that I should bieomu in
terested In It. Tho tiaiisactlon was ol
com so regarded by mo as hi every way
proper, otherwise i should most certain
ly never have received and receipted
for money toliold in trust until a trans
action should be consummated between
parties.
tain very glad, continued Mr. Illalue,
that tny letter which tho Nun publMied
proved on Its face that I would not my
hcII touch tho investment. I could easily
havo purchased It had 1 been willing;
but 1 did not deem such Investment ad.
visablo for mu to make. From first to
last hi nil legislation touching tho l'a
cillc railroads, 1 never had an Interest of
a penny hi one of them, nor in any ol
their branches, directly or indirectly. In
a private letter, If any w here, a man will
speak unguardedly, and this letter, writ
ten with no expectation of its ever being
published, proves conclusively that when
a l'acillc railroad Interest was ollered mu
with brilliant promises of great prollU
I declared that "I could not touch it." 1
think tho Nun In publishing this private
letter, has supplied u valuable proof of
my olllciul Integrity in the matter.
"All these attacks," resumed Mr.
' Blaine, alter it slight pause, "are intended
to Impress people with tho belief that 1
have large wealth isml that it has been
aerpilred allien 1 entered congress. Tim
moderate property which I own was til.
most w holy derived from fortui.atu In
vestments in coal lauds hi my native
Mouongahela vallev in Western IViinsyl
vanla, made sonm years before. I Hi st ran
for congress. I notlcu many papers
wIiohi editors never saw mo and
know nothing of tny nllairs glibly
put my properly down tit a" round
million. The utmost my property wonl l
bring to day would not amount to a llfth
J part of that Mini, lean say with the
i stiiotot trnlh that nil tilings eoiildcrnl,
' I am not to-day ns well oil, pecuularly,
i as I wn tin- day I untried congress In
! December, lSflX Had I not remained In
' emigre, I would to-day, In my judg
I liieiit. hnvo had n l.iree Inrlnne luml-
ness enterprises which were al my com
mand, If I could havu attended inthein
have resulted most favorably. Hut every
friend who knows mo knows that neither
my Income nor my expenditure, nor my
habits of life Imply or suggest tho pos
session of n fortuiinc or of anything in
deed beyond a moderate competency.
The HlNtiiry or i I'lmloe.
Year ago tlie Kubber t'orous I'laster
was recognized as a iiselul and elllclent
external remedy, possessing peculiar
merlin dltlerent. from anything- ccr
known or used for a like purpose belore.
Tho reasons why It becaino so popular
were these : First, it wasdlscoveiedtli.it
rubber was the natural reservoir of elec
tricity, and, consequently, possessed
great curative properties. .Second, w hen
rendered soil and pliable it became a con
venient bau for the best external stimu
lants. Third, It could he worn without
sollhii' tlie elothhiL' orcaushiL' the wearer
any inconvetilnce. I.ikeall new Inventions
it was not perfect, Inn capable ol Improve
ment. These Improvements have
been made in IlKNbON'S CAPtINU
POHOL'ij l'l.ASTKK. The great objec
tion ever found to the porous plasters by
tihyslcians and the public has been that
Its action is not prompt or decided
enough. The introduction of Capciuo
Into a porous plaster overcomes this ob-k-ctlon
entirely. It causes it to act Im
mediately, and to cmc In less time and
with more certainty than the ordinary
article. HKNSO.V.S CAl'CINK POK
Ot.S PLASTKU is truly a 'remarkable
article, u is prepared oy a linn ol skil
led pharmaceutical chemists, who have
had largo experience In manufacturing
various kinds of plasters and liniments
for the surgeons and liosiiitnls of this ami
other countries.
This plaster, the icult of their ex
periments and study, Is Indorsed by tho
best physicians as greatly superior to or
dinary porous plasters and liniment", and
as being tho best remedy that could pos--ibly
devised for rheumatism, lame aud
weak backs, pains hi the side and eheM,
or any of tlie troubles for which a porous
plaster or liniment has lecn used. Peo
ple suffering from stubborn colds will
llnd that It affords them great relief by
wearing one on the biv.ut. The secret of
HENSON'S CAPCINE PLASTEU Is
its marvelous inllucuce over the circula
tion. It strengthens and relieves pain
almost from the moment of it applica
tion. Let any one who is skeptical of
tho merits of this article consult their
physician. To be obtained of all drug
gists for 23 cents.
Suuiunv & Johnson.
Pliarmnccuttc.il Chemists, N. Y.
1-2'J-lni
Lvo.n'-i IC ATii.uno.v makes beautiful
gloy, luxuriant hair; prevents Its fall
ing out or turning gray. It lias stood the
test or 10 y ears. Is clinrmlngtypcrfumetl
and has no rival. It-lO-dAwly
ILuiAN'sMinNoMA I.ai.m preserves and
re-tores tho complexion ; removes freck
les, tan and sallowuess ; makes the skin
soir, white nnd delicate. Its application
cannot he detected. IMO-ihtwly.
i,i..
Coal
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
MET. OARBON(Big Mudrly)
a:id
PEYTONA OANNEL
COAL!
Orders for Coal by tho car-load
l.on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
jromptly nttondod to.
crTo largo consumers and all
-nanufacturors, wo aro proparcd
:o supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, ut uniform rates.
CAIRO CITT COAL COMPANY.
tJ-llHlllilay ltro. 'a ofllce, No, 70 Ohio Levee,
C-Httirilaj- Ilro 'a wluirtboat.
D-At K-mdlan Mllla, or
CJ-At tUe Coal Huron, foot nf Tiilltv-KI(?Ii
treet
13-l'ost Oltli-c Drnwrr.
WINTER & STEWART.
Commission Merchants
ash
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 100 Commercial Avenue
I'nlro, IIIIiiiiIn.
Advances mailcon Con-ilgmiiciiti-. Ab
stracts ol Titles made, OeiiveyulH'cs and
Collections ultoiitlud to.
ATTENTION' TO lIUrflNKSSJ AND
i'itoMi,riti:.MiTTAM.i:S.
Auction Sales Every Saturday Morning.
B-Mltt
$16 FORGES
FOR FARMS!
No Belts or Bellows.
WILL WELD 3-INCU IKON.
.Inst what l wanted. Scn'U'-ccnt attnnii for
circular to KMI'Hti: I'OBTAIll.i: FOI.'UI.CO,
Trie, New Yelk. ;i-i)tl
Coal,
RELIABLE
BURNING OILS !
Wo hnvo a Largo Stock of tho following Olla in atoro, inprimo ordr,
which wu uiiur 10
Standard White
Prime White
Water While
Water White "AHG-AT7D"
175 Fire Test.
ELINE The Family Safeguard!
BARCLAY BROS.
75 Ohio Levee.
QUOTATIONS FURNISHED ON APPLICATION.
GILES, BRO.&CO.
Wholesale
JEWELERS
HQS. 266 & 268 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO.
wi: aim: spi:c
ELGIN WATCHES,
AMI II I,
HOWARD
and a.v i;mu.i:ss vaihiitv op
I.iiillos Pmo (iiiNl U'ulrlni,
(.1,1(1 0-i i ( IiuIih,
(inM .SYckl'li-ihis,
Mlwr Vet ClmliH,
Tulili- I'li-tora,
Cal.ii l'.nki'U,
Nil I l'ivka.
I'itimnniL,
lillKlTiiolll I'lcki,
Clnlil Wiildi Ki-ys,
Coml HnuN,
Ciirat NicUuci'-i,
Curat .-Vtiniiil Ithi'TS,
llroii.L-()niamiila,
Miter Siidoiih,
'llM -l is,
I. mill's' Sola.
l II 111 .M:I1HH,
Niilikln llliig,
Vuitc-n!,
llutti-r DUIit-i,
tiulil ItillU'a,
Office and Parlor Clocks of every Description.
als and Tools for Jewelers.
KJ'Kvcrj one Illlng CIlK'AfiO elioulil cull nt imr ratnliltaliiuciit ami examine our (juoi1iV
Tliu Cliuaii't I'rloii i our .Muttu.
Cigars I Cigars ! Cigars !
Wkolesa le and Retail Prices !
fully allvo to the ilcumiul of tlie timc, jirojiohc-i toptit liU
LARGE AND VARIED STOOK OP
j i :n: i i jl. i mm i Hi
At jirloof tliat will vompaie with IIib iloullno lu otliur articles, lu oilier worth will put
liN goDil'ikiwii Iroiu tho ulil
War to a Peaco Basis,
And in proof of tho fact would call tho nttoutiou of tho Smoking
Publio to tho following pricoo: Connootiout Soodfrom 2 to 3 conts;
Sood aud Ilavannn, 4, 5 and 0 conts; Koy Woat ilavnnnu, 8 to 10 cents:
und imported Huvuntm 15 oonts ouch. Ho moans busiuoas, aud will
at oven thoso low pricos, mnko n fair living prollt.
Ilia liRht expenses enables him togivo tho publio tho bonoflt of thoso
low pricos, nnd in return solicits thoir putronngo.
Smoking and Cliowing tobacco, and Smok.Ts' articlos of all discrip
tions, constantly on hand, und will bo sold correspondingly low.
F. TEICHLIAXT,
102 Commerial Avo. 2d Door Abovo Sixth Stroot,
CAIRO, XIiIiUTOIS.
Ar T ou Going to Paint?
THEN USE MILLER BROS'
CHEMICAL PAINT,
lli-mly I'tirui'i" In Wlilto,ntnl over Ono Huiidrod Dltrorunt Colora, inaili-iil'alilclly inline
While l.t'Hil, '.litis nml I.IiimiiI Ull.Chomlcally rcimhliiol, :irr.iiili'l Mitch Haudaotaer unit
Clioati-ir, nml In IwIT Wit 1, As WiMi in uuv ollu-r paint. Itlms luVru llio Klrt I'liiniimii ul
nriiiiy Miiti- riiliaol'lliu Uiilun, nml l n iinmv llimii-iiiiil nl'tlii iliii-nl limini- III tlii-country.
' "! .JJ-tf?5?- 'A'MR .
I'JIll l.l IIMU ui.u,MA.Mri.i; l .m.h .-!.. I I III. I.,
a.-w-w lv,
WEEK1YBULLETIK
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
wic rrnuo very low :
110 Fire Test.
130 Fire Test.
150 Fire Test.
nnd Retail
iai. ii:.vi.s roi:
1 I T.I. .VI otic or
WATCHES
ColTi'e 1,'rin,
?ynii III'Iiph.
5ioim llnliliTi",
t'ui nnil tioliU'tj,
lll;ll'llvln,
tiulil Tlilinlili-t,
.sllvt-r'l hinilMrs
lioW tnckfU,
Milrt MihIh,
f-l'lll ltlllk'3,
l'irl frits,
Ice I'llcliiia,
iiruuciu-4,
Opcru tilaisci, Ac
Watch Materi-
Ul at. Olair St., Clovolaud, Ohio,
f HJI'JiJt'Ji
ii mm
Moors, $2.50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor $3 .00 Par Br
Special RaUt by Wk or lftk.
A llmltl niiiiilar at vrry dttlmtjla lamllf
nima turn 1 nfrurwt nt n-a.unabl rsti-a lorlbi
iiininrr niontlia
'I I,,. WI l l.n.l.u I. II,. I....... . . .
l lloiiai- In i fjotittitrii lltlix.L, nn.) thr -u,Im
V. i i." .:! ; V"""""111 "mil
ItiH-k" mtiicllnii In prlif, Hit- ub1 wlll.a
iimi.iI, In-lllmlly atinplU-il Willi tlie tny bral
ornirvthliiRllinl ran m ruiiinl in tnarkrl.
liii-liiririt Kimple nxima for rommrrclal Irnr
riari on Kriiuiul doiir, rrrofrhar.
..a-f"-'l l,'iK,,f-''rKinitroiivfjMltoatidlrcrn
tlii-liriti-lwltiiMitrlmrte.
, i- -IKWKTrWH.-O.XALO.,
-'l-lf- l'roprlrtiira.
WAUOKN.
The Gamble Wagon
MANUKA CTUHEI) BY
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
rUflE8T ud CHEAPEST WiON MAX
OFACTVRZD
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVIES
Noar Thirth-Pourth StrMt
CARL PETERS,
HORSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
AND
Wagon Maker,
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
AVENUE.
Manufacture hia own Horaa- Sboeaana
can Assure Qood Work.
() PATRONAGE SOLIOITEO
DR. RICE,
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY,,
A ntuUriy fiiinlft fttl Icitlly uillfist liTiUia&ai-l tbi
tuil k'tif at, ii Ut r-riru t 1U t ri t.
gtefo1 nfnram"s5cu2Lv15l:
Spermatorrhea, aud Im potency,
llitrf'iqtl ofirifiltiiMlj tcxlh, wvitl tirite ) M4.
ttirfr xira, ftrctbtr cm t, n-i itcJikIi k mint f ih v
Ilnirfc't .Niraiia , hrmljaU tuU-loaj., (ulglii itlt.
tlm l y tlriHW) IliHihttj nl ?Itht, Ufrriiir Hth..rr, rfcj.
GLEET, SfrlVtHM. OtrhlrK rS" (o7
riW-kft-jwiitrr prfrtt4Jaiit jiiUlty rU 1
tft t-rrrulrt fUn of Um.ii, u-1 Irraltm tbcuUkJ ibu
all. tv-Uret tr-H I'fty Ulaft'bb4w(l(UU fad aOr
r-tniinfttt ivrrtwtii li mt er, n hm It 1 laK-t ttu( U
Tli.t lh rllf f r trnmrnt, utxlian-rt can t Itkt tfitHfU
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TIIK ONLY DlltKCT ROUTK TO
Th.c Oeatenninl
VIA
WASHINGTON CITY!
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through tickets
can stop orr atthk
NATIONAL CAPITAL.
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ton City. 'I ru rlci ilcsli lug
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BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R,
ll.ljruteil fur its
Eleaut CoachoJ.Splundld Hotel. Orand
and Doautiful Mountain and Valley
Hconory, and tbe many point of
Historic Intereat Alona
1U Line.
Fare rill ALWAYS bi u LOW
As t? Abj Otto Ihi
PULLMAN PALACE CAM
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WITHOUT OHAMQX
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Principal westsrn and Sastern Cititi.
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NORTH, SOUTH, EAST OX WXST.
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Vfalenil'asseiisi-r Airt. Siller of rrenap'
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TOUN H.KUUUtY.
Attorney at Iaw.
CAlItO. ILLINOIS
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