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Uustht** ottic*.?:* k. Mam Street.
South Illrhmond.:c:o Hull Str??l
Peteraburs Hurr>o....:c> >.'. SycKrrior? SI ?ot
Lynclibure BurrSU.S15 Blghth Street.
BY MAIL One Three One
POSTAGE PAID Year Mot. Mb*. Mo.
Daily with Sunday.PS.? ?S V ?1.? .?
Dally without Sunday_? ?0 2.00 1.00 .is
Sunday rSlllon only. ?00 l? .M .rj
Weekly f\Vi-dnc*day). l.Ou .M ? ?* ...
By Tlmrf-Dlsyttch Currier Delivery Per
trrfburj? Ono Week
.Dally ?ah Buntar. 15 seats
i)?.iy without Sunday. 10 cent*
fcuntiay only . ' e?ata
Entered January ~. IS05. at Itlchmimd.
V?.. n? (cecad'c on matte* under art of
Concrcis of March 3. 1S70.
?I Ii I I.V. I> \\'..t:tl?.
five be.-t men fori the Administrative
Board. Wo believe the majority of
citizens are earnestly und conscienti?
ously frying to vote for th? g^'od of
candidates Impartially. But it is
timely to mention tho e?btlo dancers
thta may creep in to vitiate honest
Oh? oi these is the feeling that the
selection will come out all right now
whether everybody votes' or hot. In?
dividuals may feel that their ballots
will have no cffecft on the reS?lt.
Tills is not true. It Is the solemn
duty of every voter to cast his bal?
lot In this election. Ho owes It to
himself and to his community, t.'nless
each man Is aroused to the necessity
of helping In making a wise choice,
the danger of a poor choice Is In?
finitely Increased. The responsibility
of the single reter Is paramount. Any
neglect will be costly. Every quali?
fied voter of Richmond must voice
his beliefs on Tuesday.
Another ?langer Is that of scatter?
ing the whole number of votes among
the multiplicity of candidates. Tin
vote must he cohtrc-d on the men who
are most fitted for the rlac-.s. The
practical politicians are awake to this
fact. They are making slates and en?
deavoring to Join fdrci s 1:. f vor of
their candidates. The Citizens' Asso?
ciation was formed to combat this
possibility, if the good citizens vote
In hap-hazarrd fashion, however hon?
estly they may choose, their efforts
?will be waned If their votes are di?
Akin to this la the Idea that a
man can afford to waste Iiis ballot
on a friend for personal reasons, al?
though he ma i know the man will
not be chosen. Every vote must
log should decide it board elected foi
A I IMI .IA Ai.ltl:i:>ll S I.
st is tlrtk'the>>ng-draivn-o
sgotlators. France, h'avii j i en
>rded paramountcy lu Morocco,
lagnanlinous; Spain irinol Bff rd
A- modus vlver.dl must be fount
Bhd order that \
tui its capture
mmatlon of permanent possession
?was Inevitable. Tho movement bus
only been hnstenod and made tho more
Immediately necessary by the circum?
stances of a number of Trench prison?
ers being eonrtned there, the new Sul?
tan proclamation nnd the appearance
or El Hiba on the scene. Itut these
factors comhlno to render tho task far
more difficult, and to require that It be
undertaken on a far greater scale than
as : t first contemplated. They have
forced tho crisis, and. In BO doing,
have placed Prance In a position where
wisdom dictates that she should not
only bo generous to Spain, but. if pos?
sible, form an alllanoe. offensive nml
efens vo. with tho latter for the main?
tenance of Frnnco-Spnnish domlnancoi
Itl Morocco within the confines of theirj
si pdrato allotments.
In marching to tho relief of Morocco
City, the French will have behind them!
a route to keep opon that will bo a
heavy drain upon General L?yautoy's
army of occupation. Spain could bo
of vast assistance to hint in keeplngj
open the country beyond his objective,
nnd to that extent diminishing the
demand upon him for men to guard
his rear. Insure safe communication. I
nnd prevent sporadic uprisings. The'
moral effect ulone of coming to n
friendly understanding with f-pain will,'
be worth morn to France, both In Mn
roroo and nmone tho Furoponn powers. I
than any concession, no matter!
h iw liberal, she could have made. It
I? in evidence that the Moroccan
IS" have presumed greatly on the
Franco-Spanish disagreements; have
been greatly encouragc.l by them. News,
of an agreement would travel fast
among them, and could not but have
the contrary effect. It could not be
rill JACICIBS COMB TO TOWN.
Richmond Is playing host to 100 of
Uncle Sam's sailers to-day. nnd right
welcome they are to tholr Inland cous?
ins. It Is nn opportunity for the land?
lubber to polish tip a few nautical
terms, nnd pipe the entertainment:
crew to dress ship. The Invaders arO|
from tho battleships Wtmont nnd:
South Carolina, and will spend the .lay'
Chamber of Comnv rce. The brief visit
rhbitld be profitable both to the plcas
tit-e-seoking tars und to tho staid bitist-j
11. ISS tv.en who will get by proxy a!
Inland cities rarely get In touch 1
with the real life of the navy, although
they share as much ?b other regions
the just pride In the achievements of!
our naval fighting force. A visit such,
this Impresses upon the ordinary
man tho slso and Importance of his
country nnd freshens in his mind the
patriotic sentiment;; that long peace
makes him forget. It stimulates tho
sepse of national solidarity nn.i or?
ganic relationship with all sections:
that join together In providing ample
means bf upholding a common cause
and n common honor. The people- of
the United flutes are hol fond of war,
but It is pleasant to know that rea?
sonable precautions against whr exlal
i:i the ship,? of a formidable fleeti
rminhed by trained rhcrii i'ho perabh
nel or the actual fighting force has
main strength lies not so much in the
?> timlier iir sire of battleships, as It,
the Intelligence und nbillty or t'hi ir
crews. It is n good thing to come In
lino time. We want thorn- to leitrn
II ? ovo.- watermelon and Oral gc ehlek
FTF.lt TUR COAl, IIAHO.VS \|;\|Y.
leaders In tho race-breeding propa?
ganda In America, President David
Starr Jordan, declares Unit It will never
bo possible to Burbank the human fata?
lly In tho senso In tvhloli the flower
wizard produces bis marvels. Burbank
raises millions of plants, and for suc?
cessive generations culls out thi>se that
j have accidentally varied lu the dlree
< tlon In which ho Is aiming to produce a
> now species. President Jordan In Ilia
i stalcntont hits the nail squarely on
the head. He says:
"I used the phrase 'Burbunkillg the
race' to show that although systema?
tic, scientific selection of mates could
be made to produce great physical
Strength, beauty, endurance and even
mental power, those very persons who
might bo thus effectively muled, would
never submit to st ito dictation, if they,
would, they must In time eliminate the;
most vital elements' In human evolu?
tion?love and initiative. Love Is the
best basis for marriage, und love Is it
real i ml noble thimr In spite Of tho
baseness of its many Imitations."
This gives the central argument
against the eugenic theory. Burbank
Is omnipotent as lar as his plants are
concerned, ami can supcrvlso the !n-j
crease of several generations. Rut
What social authority can enforce eu?
gchlCal mating, and bow will the pro-;
cess bo extended over hundreds of
years? The very types best worth per?
petuating will bo the ones, least BUBcep
tlblo to control. They will follow In?
terior Spiritual guides which wise na?
ture hns given rather than hearken
the book wisdom of spectacled scieil
tlsts. Tlie solo present value of eugen?
ics Is negative. It may enlist soi;iety
to prevent tlie Increase of the recblc
m'lhdedj diseased or unlit, but it can
do nothing positive towards producing
better types. Ultimately Individual
education for noble mating may accom?
plish tho bciped-for end, but tlie race
will never.In any real sense bo Bur-i
Tili: 1HLI, MOOSE) AMUSES.
When Theodore Roosevelt formulates
his own premises nnd manufactures
his own facts, produces his own alibi
and avoids all dealings with bed-rock
principles be is one of the Hnest sr
guora In the world. Hut here lately,
when brought faco to face with the
cold facts by 'he calm and dlspnRSlbu
ate Intellect and fundatn' nttll honesty
of Wobllrbw Wilson, ho has fallen sadly
tl.it. Ills logic Is more plainly non
that even before; his platitudes
loss Convincing; his temper and ndroit
iii ss badly ruffled. Wilson's piercing
analysis of the farts has gono home.
'l"h. Issue Is so clean cut as to bb In?
escapable. Therefore the impeccable
fine gets very angry and In plain
words makes a fool of himself.
Mr. Roosevelt's analysis of the forces
behind Mr. Wilson's nomination con?
trasts vividly with the latter's more
than generous interpretation of the
good in the movement that hSs chosen
Mr. Roosevelt ns its head. The gist
of tho latest tlrado Is that Woodrow
Wilson Is the candidate of the Bosses.
"The bosses of the Democratic party
wrro enthroned In power by the re?
sult of the Baltimore convention. Th
ranged by Mr. Taggart, of Indiana, niid
Sir. Fiillivrtn, jo'f J!Ulnol*. jnrlAh Mr.
Murphy, of New York, finally joining
Docs he expect nnybody t-. believe
thlR? Fortunately, the ra.et> In the
ense tViti tlmo are hot sealed In tho
crave or lost In (he profound depths
of the Roosevelt traveling letiarlUc.
The assault of Mr. Btynil upon the
bosses at Baltimore Is stni hews, not
history. The defeat of Murphy and
In public memory. The overwhelming
<e this time, and known
ill Broad si n et b< pnv
On the Spur of the Moment
By Roy* K. Moulton
prom the lUckcrvllle rtnrlon.
Mr. jed Prink lias Inaugurated an
Ice cream parlor In connection with
his horseshoeing and blacksmith slioj>.
nnd is now prepared to serve tho
fi dainty at any hour of the night,
Mr. Ft Ink also writes calling cards
.1 h.n tho agency In this township
fo n sure-cure for blind staggers. Mr.
Prink, who Is also a Justice, performs
Mrs. Ilnnk I'urdy Is saving her but?
ter money to no to Ueno. Nov.
I-lllhu UlbblnS, our gentlemanly and
versatile Jeweler, took a dollar watch
apart for Mr. Mod Peters one day last
week and has a quart moasuro full
of works that he has been unable to
i buck In the ease. Bllhu says bo
doesn't pereaiyo how they can make
a watch like that for a dollar when
i: Is wort |i $s to take It apart and tlx
It and trj to put It together again.
Mr, Himer Jones, who left this vil?
la to last Friday never to return with?
out n fortune, has his feet under his
father's table attain. When he tried
to sell the patent rights for his per
petual motion machine, upon which he
had been working all winter, they dis?
covered that it bad to be wound up
with a key.
flieh ? a postal card at tho pust
oiiice for Unclo Barn Harklns which
arrived three weeks ago, Inviting him
to his cousin's funeral out In Now
brnskcy. It Is not tlioUght, now that
lie can gbt there In time, oven If bo
calls for the pustal card, which at the
present time seems rather doubtful.
Is in Jail over at the county Jail
for Interfering with a religious meet?
ing by a ilng'to sleep ami-fa Miner out'n
the gallery1 at the Hardshell church a
month ago and Smashing three hats
for prominent ladies l:i our midst.
?Mt. Arne llllllker has invented a
horse collar that the horse puts on
nnd takes off himself without the aid
Of human hands. There Is a place to
hook n necktlo on in front, and Arno
thinks they ought to go like hot
The I'nllor Court of the Future.
Judge Jcrusha Brown presided with
h"r usual dignity, and several cases
were heard at the morning session.
Sarah Ann Jones appeared before
the I urt ?harged with beating her
husband, a poor little gentleman who
appeared as tho complaining witness.
Sirs. Jones admitted the fact, but said
tli it her husband persisted in staying
out ever} afternoon to attend Iiis llt
....... f;..i,,, arilj bridge partlos, nnd
was never homo to get mippi-r. lie
lilsni I fused to wasli the dishes regu?
larly. The defendant was discharged
by tho court.
Sir, Perclval V. Smith, a charming
young gentleman clad In the latest
nttire and a new sprlrtg hat, and much
admit, d by all of the feminine attaches
of the : our I, nppeared charge.I with
shoplifting. When searched by the
man attendant at th<> jail, several
yards of valuable lace had been found
? hied In the yount gentleman's
.?? '. The young man put up n. piti?
ful plea, clnlhilng that he hail been
deserted by his wife several months
be'foru and had been obliged to pick
up a living as best ho could. He was
disnilascd with a warning, and left
the court weeping.
Jam Perkins and Mary Bllklns were!
arraigned for vote-buying, and were
bo.und over to the higher court, nl
t ho Ugh the husbands pleaded for thr-lr
release, claiming the children at home '
were crying for bread.
Samuntha Jordan and Lucy Perkins!
were tined }:'. and costs each for rac
Ing tlo ir automobiles In a public thor?
ough fare. "They wer' arrested by
Mbtorcop Sarah Bftsqomb.
Tbc ?Ummer Itesort.
With the same old winsome smile.
Ami ihn same flirtatious style.
? 'rl i i.e. -ers there to sting.
Hing In tii" rockittc chairs.
Shtric old si.ning on the stairs.
Rathe old girls, ?* 111 a ?
Sah.hi slot machine to b*nt
Samt, old junk.
Same obi blink.
Same old stunt and nothinir more. |
Same price list,
Sam.- oh! never-ondlhg bore. I
SiOltAl.: stay at home and raise dill
di:1 il .? in the kitchen gnrdt n.
Voice of the People
ii'. sharp. ?<' Tulnne University.
Nothing that hn? ha, .icned for
some year's has glwn more Unanimous
h I Infliction than the selection of Dr.
[; .i.. -t Sharp to be. I he acting presi
.i :,t of Ttilrine University for the en-.
Or, sharp In emphatically' and char
iiclerlslle.'illy a university man by na?
ture ai d lij tl'nllllng; by his choice of
. , , , . T- rttid by tin- circuirMlnncea in
wh.ih that career has been run. Your
the /b sh. though we nil ktiow men who
,, tii' i."nest farther, did
!, ,. ti,' load he lak.-s 111 Ott
leket? a eantolotipu hulnt
d hundred, c one aiiot.
'fv>P7TVrtit: 1?12: By 7ohl T. UeCnK-bfOn.)
approach mir conception more or less
Ilr is a. man of so sincere anil lov?
able a personality that nil who have
known him count themselves his
friends nnd admirers, nnd those who
have ltnown him longest and most In
tlmntely nre the most emphatic In ex?
pressing the satisfaction they all feel
that Puch a man Is tu lead and repre?
Dr. Robert sharp was horn In Uw
foncevllie, Brunswick County, Vs. Oc?
tober 24, ISS1. As one of his col?
leagues, himself a Virginian, character?
istically remarks, "That show, that he
began rieht, and he went rieht on
from that point doing the right thing.'?
Pr. sharp was not only snfcaelb?s
enough to he horn on Virginia soil,
but also to choose his parents from
g?od "id Virginia-English blond, his
father leing Richard Ilenry Sharp
and tils m dher I.ucy Hardy.
lie was educated at Rniidolph-Ma
ron. After bis graduation and after
taking the m Aj degree at Randolph
Maeon in he went to l.elpslc to
iah.e tho decree of doctor of philoso?
phy, which he received In 1879. his
major HUbJect being eireek and his
thesis on ''Tlie Infinitive of llerodo.
It was while h" was In LeipAlc that
he met his future wife, Miss Rlaneh?
llerndon, of Spartanburg, s. r\ who
came to I^dpslc the last year of his
residence there to study music. Miss
Itnmdon remained In Ku.ltopo two years
after l>r. Sharp rettirneil to this coun?
try, where he first taucht In th? fa
ni'"i? school for boys at Ringham. X.
(?., and Ihe next year came to New Or?
leans to tearh In the University of
It IVa* in Uli that, on Miss llern
don's return to this country, he mar?
ried that talented musician and since
that time his wife and family have
mada n large part of bis fillet, busy
in- lie is the father of soven chil?
dren, In whose tiphrlntrlncr he has soent
more than the usual fatherly' care, and
they have been encouraged to develop
alone the lines of their Individuality.
Resides the two eld. st sons. Lieuten?
ant Ilerndon Sharp, of Ihe Ohl teil
state;. Army, and RronSwIck Bharp,
now an engineer employed in design?
ing tnrbl nes for one of the largest en?
gineering firms In tlie country, and a
son Rotiert, who Is still an undergrad.
tiale, and two daughters at N'ewcoinb.
he has another son, Covington. who Is
Studying to be a doctor, and n daugh?
ter. Remiss who is a painter of con?
siderable talent, who has exhibited in
"the annual exhibitions of the New ()r<
leans .\rt Association, and who h.n
To the Voters of Richmond:
We wish to commend i" you
for your support as ;t member of
tho Administrative Board Mr.
Chas. E. Richards. Mi- experi
ciicc in the Council hjiS prepared
hiiii for tlie work, Wc have known
hi in for years; wc arc sure lie nil!
make good. Iii- honesty lias
never bccli t|iicslioiicd, and even
olio who knows Chas. E. Richarde
knows thai he stands always t""i
What ho believes t'> lie the host
iutcresi of the city he loves. His
judgment is goccl and he is un?
tiring in energy.
Yours very truly.
Hi R. Pollard, Jr.,
J. U. Pace,
C. A. Blanton, M. D.,
Wm. Jenkins Jr.,
O. E. Parrish,
Edw. L. Erost.
I have kno\y*.i Mr. Richards for
thirty years, and believe that if
he sin mid lie elected a member <>i
the Administrative To.aid lie
would discharge all of ihr duties
of tin- position faitllfttllv and cflfi
D, C. Richardson.
taken advantage if opportunities tn
study In the North, as well as In New
Orleans, at Xewcomb, In oriW to de?
velop her gift for portraiture.
?Vit* T. 1) FOSTER.
Fluted Voice of "Bobwhlte" crying
From Holds all mown;
Soft winds In the itrasi'jj sighing
'if dear days Mown.
Aider loaves dipping cool where run:
The limpid stream;
? i lenrod dreaming of lost suns
As thy thoughts dream.
,\ pal" mcon through the dark'nln;
i >f this lit 111 place;
At. I hern where you have never been
I see your face.
MABEL LA TR11 OOODE.
oniewhere, r know,
i all and think upon this little Sprli
it lies where autumn leaves a
ar-calllux soft and low,
rise to go,
reo heeding the rustling King
water's gleam, such memories a
f you who miss them so.
mahki. LAIRD OOODE
ALONE BEATS US
Mercury Goes to 95, Richmond
being Second Hottest Town
in Published List.
With th.- thermometer rcuohlhg ?
maximum <>i &!> degrees ori Chlmbornzo
11,11 yesterday, Richmond experienced
th- hottest September fi recorded
sine, ;?r.f.. This city was second only
to Oklahoma City In the intensity .,f
Iis t'-mpera 1 ure. The Western town
suffered with 0 single ilcgrt<e more ->f
"? a ' I ban dl 1 Ith hmon.t
The thermometer ascended, accord?
ing 1 ? Its recent custom, yesterday to
II height almost equal t<- that reached'
Sunday last, when a temperature of
|?6ii! degrees was recorded, making
that du: th hottest on re ord for the
.',t S o'clock last nlplii the thermo?
meter stood at 8B, routes! Img every
millimeter ,,f Its retreat downward,
The temperature was ei|iial to that
of Sltntlit.v night for the same hour.
Ti.< street temperature as shown by
th, kiosk climbed to 101 degrees
Per mis who remembered Septem
hei c, i1-!'!,. contented themselves yes?
11 tiny with the thought that It bail
lieori worse. Those who did not rie-' I
member wlil wonder bow the Inhabi?
tants withstood lite 100 degrees of'j
hem which the thermometer legis-]
lered "ti thin date. The temperature
for September il last year w?s <?v Fori
I0I? It wits The low, : 1 maximum
tempeaalurc for the day was in 11*03. i
when 71 il,-.-:, is was the Highest tig-:
uro ! i tioliod. j
OalVeitoti and Chicago stood next]
to Richmond yesterday, They exppri
ence.l a temperature ,.r :? I Washing-I
(op and HI Louis had 92, while VVythe
vliie. in th, mountains, w.,s pleasant
!.. \. Snndrldrre ? iciil for i ruellj to
I., a Kdhdr'dge wan arrested yester
luj b> Sersii'iiul Shoemaker on u war?
rant charging hliii with cruelly work?
ing n team Of horses
Lawrence Coleman, colored, was held
?i till S. ond Slallon iim ii SUsplcloUs
character, suspected of hnvlng stolen
a, jjlcycle. Il,- tvna nrrosted by Of
ii,.-,. Thurman and Jennings:
N'at NfllAfti'c?lrfretl Whs arrested by
Mounted Onleor Ryan on a warrant
charging Ulm with assaulting tleorgo
Rifrnuni last July. A waii'nnl licens?
ing Miles ,.f stealing tbiriy-tivo cents
from S inn. I Jones more than a year
SgO was also put opposite his r.antc on
the blotter ..t tin- First Station.
I Kooe'i?l !?? The T'mi ? -1 ' """"'Ii 1
Frcn>r(okrt>urg, va. September r,.
Mrs. Mary il. Francisco, of Louisa
County, announces tho engagement of
h- r daughter, Miss Rosalia Francisco,;
to wniiam iv Barrett, the wedding to!
take place In October.
Tried in King George Court for
Murder?News of Freder
[.Special to The Times-Dispatch/]
Frcdcrlcksburg, Va . September 6 ?
Herbert Peyton, a negro, who killed
I another negro, Carollnus Johnson, at
a ne^ro picnic In Klne <?eore* County
last July l. tried In the Circuit Court
of King George County, was given a
verdict of murder in the first decree
and the punishment fixed at death by
the jury. Judge Chlchcster sentenced
Peyton to be electrocuted in the State
1'rnltentlary on November * next. Pep?
ton was brought here last njght front
K,?8 Oeorg. C .Uhty by Sheriff P^rks
....1 inrii-d oc: : ? .-' ?? ??? a lit J. t . ? ?'??
ehester Of this '!ty. and lodged In Jrul
for safekeeping ur.t'.l the day of his
. |< 'trocutlon,
In addition to the many other at?
tractions for th? fair la be held lure
si.tu r -| 25 and 26. arrangement"
have luen made for holding a Brand
tournament on the af tot noon of Tues?
day September 24, the opening day of
the'fair, when it 1!? expected that at
l.ast fifty knights will take part In
the fidlng and compete for the prizes,
which consist of a fine ?et of harness,
?i handsome saddle, a good bridle and
whip and a pair of leather Biggins. An
additional prize will be given to ths
most graceful rider, without regard to
the number of tines he takes. Tho
crowning of the queen of love and
hi anty and the maids of honor will
i ike place on the jrrandstand at th<*
fair grounds, in the presence of the
lot . at the fair, Immediately after
the nidlng contests are over.
City Commissioner R Stuart Rover
has appointed John P, Mundy, of Roa
i.'.ke. as clerk to the commissioner.
Mr. Mliridy has been connected for
some with the Virginia Audit
?'<.n.pan-., of R?anoke, and has had
considerable experience in keeping
accounts, He will hopin his
duties on Monday. September !?.
RcV i: S. I.itsincer, of this city, who
has been assistant to Rev. R. J. Mc
Rryde, i> D., rector of St. George'?
Rplscopnl Church, of this city, for
some time, has hern tendered a call to
the rectorship of St. John'- Episcopal
Church rtl Warsaw, in Richmond Coun?
ty, In the Northern Neck Mr. T,lt
slriger has the call under consideration,
and will probably accept.
George P, King nnd if. p, Crlsmond
have sold Ih.or residence property on
i.re AvehUe, In this city, to w. F*.
I.eibero.w. The terms wore private
Mnok nnd line fishing is cood in th*
Rappahannoek and Potomac Rivers
tihd their tributaries A party went
from this .it\ to Aqitln Crcok and
Chappnwnmslc Creolt a few days ,iko
and caught about fifty tine bass. Fish
ine parths leave here nearly every day
for Aqula Creek. Chappawamslb Creek
and Potomac CrSefe and points on the
Miss .Amelia Urnlle. of this city, and
her brother. Pr Herman Br?lle, of
Raitimorc, who have l.een traveling In
Ruropo for the past two months, ar?
rived h.r<- last night, and I>r. Rrullo
will visit relatives a f>-w days before
going to bis home in Baltimore.
Norman Areson and his sister, Mrs.
.(. Clay Smith, of New Vork. arrived
hero last evening In a sixty-four
louse power automobile, having inado
the entire trip from New York without
an accident. The;, were en route to
Spotsylvanla County, where they are
interested In fftrift property.
Additions have been received .to the
Wilson-Marshall campaign fund, as
Previously acknowledged. )664il>l
W. II. Ciemltt . 1,0.1
10 it. Washington'. i on
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