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paid, for $1.30 per month.
Tun Gaxttj: is already beginning
to feel the oU'ecla of the coming fall
over one hundred now .subscribers
on one lino of ruilrond in one day is en
A cuiAM) excursion party will leavo
Springfield, III., for Texas and Arkan
sas on September 18th next, coining
ly the St. Louis, Iron Mountain and
Southern route. The object is to give
visitors ample time to examine the
country, with the view of Inducing
them to make future investments in
the great southwest.
Tin: Texas and St. Louis railway is
now sellinc excursion tickets to St.
Louis, Louisville and Cln6lnnatl for
one fare only for the ntund tiip.
Tickets from lllg Handy on the Texas
iind I'acilic, which is the nearest sta
tion on the narrow gauge to all North
'Texas, will be sold at the following
Tate-5. To St. Louts and return, $20.70;
Louisville and return, $23.30; Cincin
nati and return, 625,75.
TIIK IlKfT UtrVKR MOST.
The laboring classes, who arc tle
ones who HtTectiHl most hytlift slrikes,
should remember that trades, unions
and similar organizations ar calcu
lated to destroy competition 'nnd U
Incentivo to enicloncy. The unions
not only ll.x the scheduio of prices to
bo paid for a day's labor, but also what
constitutes a day's work. In tho coal
mines for instance, a certain number
of bushels of coal constitutes it day's
work, and lu brick laying, plastering
and other trades, a certain number of
brick laid, or yards of plastering, con
stitute a day's work, and the standard
Is usually fixed so low that the most
ordinary workman can come up to it,
and there Is no incentive for any to
excel the limit, as ho receives no
greater pay that that fixed by the
union. Good men receive no more
pnylhan those of an inferior grade.
Tlioso qutsldc of the trades-unions
who are ambitious to get on In the
world by applying themselves assidu
ously to their trade and becoming pro
ficient, are enabled to command better
wages than the laggard who has no
ambition to excel. Under tho rules
of the union the good and the bad are
paid the came wages, and the proll
dent workman Is held down by the
inferiority of hty fellow workman, and
in nine casts out of ten, It is the latter
class combined with the irresponsible
Itinerant who bring about a strike,
when tho best workmen arc luain
the greatest sufferers. It Is in the trades
as well as In tho professions, excellence
and merit should bo the standard by
which labor should be rewarded. In
a recent case In Xew York the brick
layers union resolved that non-union
men should not be permitted to work,
aud the union presented them with
the alternative of joininir the organiza
tion or leave the work. Tho contrac
tors having stipulated to perform their
contract by a certain time were com
pelled to discharge tho non-union men
or the union men would quit. The
non-union men were thus forced to
unite with an organization with which
they were not In sympathy, or bo left
out of employment. The non-union
men were receiving better pay
than the union men by
reason of their greater proficiency
and after joining tho union they only
rcceivctl the same pay as union jnen.
A committee of the union visited all
the largo buildings in the city, and en
forced the same rule, which reduced
tho pay of a largo number of llrstlass
workmen to the same standard us that
of the Inferior class. Men who join
the iiulon abandon their individuality
and lay aside their manhood, subject
ing themselves aud their interests to
the dictation of a majority of the or
ganization with "which they connect
themselves. Without such an organi
zation each man would stand upon
his own merits, and receive such com
pensation for his labor as His
piollclency and excellence entitled
him. There would bo more
ambition and a crcater incentive in
Wholesale I(r I"
Jl i ,- ?W AM
Tin: first action of the new Democrat
ic paper of Chicago was to unite its
political fortunes wlthjthoseof S.vsu'Kr,
3". Tii.ui:x. It does this in an indirect
way, but sufucicntly positive as to be
well understood. One of tho corres
pondents lias already made a visit to
the wily politician and found him
in tho enjoyment of physical and
mental vigor commensurate with tho
duties of tho presidential olllcc. It
next proceeded to dlspcso of all other
possible presidential candidates. It
forged Vooimihks and McDoxai.d
four yeanl ahead and made them pos
hlble candidates for 1SS1, and set
JlEKiimcKM for tho secured place on
tho "old ticket" admonishing him of
the possibilities which might niako
him president after March llfth 1885,
nelng natural causes. This Is not very
re-assuring to those who are possessed
will, a want of confidence In tho ro
bustnefcsof Mr. Tildn's health, but
It is a strong acquirement with which
to Induce Mr. IIi:.imicics to ride be
hind another presidential race.
i greater incentive
each man to attain a degree of excel
lence by means of which ho would re
ceive a higher reward, for his labor,
and tho sooner place himself above tho
necessity of dally toll for the maintain
unco of himself and family and tho
education of his children. Under the
despotic and arbitrary rule of the
union the good suffer greater incon
veniences than the inferior workmen,
and they should emancipate them
selves from Its bondage.
TEXAS STATE SEWS.
white, nian;'f but when lie left town
he had no money to carry with him,
as ho had bought mucheo blanket and
calico." Mar bo so Indian Oonfo back
lo Graham get more mdney."
Coleman I'oicct There Is considera
ble complaint of drought in Mitchell
county. Vo have seen that whole up
per Colorado and Brazos country when
there was not gne-s enough on lllty
fquare miles to make an niiteli)nn
supper. But that don't signify that It
will over bo so again, for wo have seen
Kl Paso go ten years without a good
rain, but now since tho Yankee have
got a foothold therolt rains every year
llraokct Nrwm Last Saturday even
ing about, six o'clock our community
was shocked by tho newa that Sarah
Shcedy, a little glil fourteen years old.
living with Mr. Philip Palmer's family
had shot herself. It Is certainly a bad
and melancholy affair; aud more so on
account of tho extreme youth of the
deceased. Tho cause, sho had for de
stroying Herself Is a mystery to all, for
she Jiad a home, was well and kindly
Heated by Mr. Palmer and the family,
and hcemlngly was well pleased mid
Marllu Ball: Wo have been shown
a letter to Mr. J. P. Parker fiom Mr.
11. 1 Smoot, who left Mnrliu last win
ter for Florida, locating at Lake Weir,
wheio he purchased thirty acres of
poor land for $100, and has it in cultl-'
vatlon. lie planted 1,000 orange trees,
and fifteen of thorn will bear next
year. JIo has planted 200 banana
plants. Mr. Smoot is elated with his
prospects, and has already been olfercd
$l,fUO for his place. The profits from
orange growing is immense. f
Terrell Times: Alexander Shaw, a
negro man now confined in the Kauf
man jail, Is charged with tho heinous
offence of attempted rape. Tho deed
was attempted on an orphan white
girl last week named Cagle. In fact
the brute had made threo such at
tempts upon th same girl, and was
driven away the Inst time by several
ineffectual fhots fir d by her brother-in-law.
Miss Caglo is only sixteen
years old, aud Shaw is almost an idiot.
He has been living on Uncle Geo.
Puschall's farm, ami was looked upon
by that old geutleinau as a lit subject
for the nsylum.
.Denton Monitor: Terrell oilers 20
acres of land and a cash bonus of $5,-
luj; Woatherrord oilers all the;iand
desired from 20 up to 00 acres, but no
cash; Denison offers 20 acres of land
and a liberal eti-h donation; Gaiuci
vlllo offers 50 acres of land and from
$5,000 to 10,000; Dallas oilers 20 acres
of land, aud Cleburne too Is a candi
date for tho location of tho North Texas
Episcopal Female College. The offers
from the mimed towns are in shape of
donations from private citizens.
Bishop Garrett says thai tho place pie
sentlng the best facilities for success
of the institution and for tho general
welfare of the pupils and others con
nected with it, will bo the place se
lected tor tno location.
Terrell 'Time: Last Tuesday's Dal
las Herald gave :i fearful report of af
fairs in Terrell. Four hundred negro
men in arms, a large number of- ?men
gone to Kautman to hang a negro, the
citv marshal's-blood demanded, etc.,
nil of which stuff is without a shadow
of fact. The truth is, and we have
made diligent inquiry, of persons from
Terrell, that nothing of the kind oc
curred, and that the city on Monday
night was as serene under the waning
moon's light as a forest in some rurai
neighborhood. It is astonishing how
ridiculous rumors can ily, and how
they aro augmented in their passage.
Wo doubt if four hundred negroes
could bo mustered in all of Kaufman
county, and feel sure there is as little
danger ofa riot as It is possible to con
ceive. Asa matter of fact, no sane
man in tho county entertains the re
motest fears of organized negro mobi,
tho paucity of the race making such u
hypothesis utterly ridiculous.
crty, Ono of UioAlieup men thdnjpro'
wed to send a petition to the overn
orultlngoUttho condition of affairs
ami aiklng aid d protection. Whllo
this was being discussed tho "nou
sheep owners" as they styled them
selves, lolt tho hall and only about
thlrtv signature were secured
to 'tho petition. Wo further
learn that Mr. Jones, a son of tho
hotel keeper at Clifton, re
cently drove n Hock of sheep Into
Hamilton county and went with his
family to live there. Notice was served
on him to leave or ho would bo killed.
The threats, wo are told, went so far as
to Include tho women aud children.
Mr. Jones did not leave, but procured
a guard and has been guarded over
since. Ulswlfo was In delicate health
and rather than risk tho consequences
of removing her ho adopted this plan.
THE IWEtt AND ITS FUNCTIONS.
IT ha looiin n wt-ll e.tnbll.hnl fnct (hat tho
forger txrtlon of alvramirnica mo imraaa n
It cot only tho UreoH, bat nt tno em tiina ono of
tb. mo't imiwrtnot. Tbo yeuoua btocxJ, on Its re
turn to tho beort, -imea through till, organ, ntul
In It pauaEO tho IrururltlM.n nlso tbo tecretlsai
famUrUsubjtntUolntlm Ast tlnco
nomei!riinKmntoMhe.LlTer. .1 his i
which nro naceiim.-jf for ulimstloutu well n fur a
cftthMtlotORJiUt in theronownl ofwnsto ranto
rtcltc. aricillmlaaU'd. From tMsltlseaMlr soon
Xho rrsultof ror
nnl lrnctlcoof Or.
U.J. BniBMAS, it
nju n fiar-
tliAttho LlTcrtJ llnbls to not out ot ortlor to a
K eater or ltts oxtont, nail Mhon this occurs It Is
irolblelorltt proporlr fulfil Us olSea of re
matins nliob.'ectlonobla innttir fiom tho blood,
bat nlUws I 'o I ass throuqh, csrrjlna with It tho
lal.nn of milch it should onto boon rolljTcd.
tira Ixx-omci affecU
IjTerbecomos nil J
tm potion t,snu
loa of bolnr!
out. Is coe
cy to riles,
llsolf of nil
M For nil tho
of this kind
tnern is no
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sn AKJ X.XcK-4
N nntrfor ItaH
g Kntlvts nnd 8
K that r.lnssl
a of remedies I
i can bavai
$ but ono of If
I foct thntU
1 Is hr their I
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r lion ta rin.D
S; Mncn end I
V wtnkoa the
Y tl'.tCJ acts
1 dltoctly on
f Iho Liver,
f ft B0WCl3,
I In a tnllrt
( jet oHoct'
F nnd III am
v piensent to
f and is ns
' f oasHitnkonB
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a raeaicmo n
AOI4 DITTEna In
. nnd nnt nn tntnslrnti
nnd belac pnrrly TOsotnblo in iti coripoolto cmi
ot rare raetlt, una not nn tntoxlcatlnu iMveraire, I
AFFOnnilJQ- RdlLDIHO WATERIAL
FOR DOTH HERVE AND MUSGLc.
Jay Goui.n has a meinoiy which is
inconvenient and troublesome to some
of those who speculate In htooks, and
ho uses it to get even with those vho
take, advantajjo of his gulless aud
conlfdlng disposition to make nioiu'y.
Some two or three years ago Governor
CoK.vi.rii. formed a pool to speculate
in elevated railway stocks. Goui.n
was taken Into tho governor's con II
deico and into his pool as well. The
governor manipulated the deal success
fully and took in about a quarter of a
mlljjqii in profits, which ho neglected
to ."(divide, wi-h. tho members of the
pool.v.GoUM) told of the transaction
to th'ti'ri'nbrteri-i. nqd It aided In swell
ing t'l.O' Democrat lo majority In New
York .last year. COKXni.i. has lately
been speculating- in Western Union
stocks, aud had about twenty-five
iliqiiBiwd.gjuires. on, hand when tho
latt strike! was Inaugurated, lfo found
thorn moro than ho could carry, liut
no o'no' Watdo tluj'ipi As, a last report
ho sent his brokers to Gour.n, but that
wily individual, jtpiuagVtQ ascertain
their (rwnojphln ipid ile.oli,ied. thori
untllt.they were forced doWii'fcovond
polulk wlniiV'he 'purchased' ilitna, just
9 tWJJVRWM m
h'HnXJ-W?BH! i ivW,PW'tV"V.UXI.JH
lost tip,qoo,ijdst'ftl)6n tithe umount lib
nmdo ohf-of the ek'VnfL'rt railway WA
,t0 ,V(.;mO t)!' . mi vJd' in
uvi in ?t' si -.t.U'M
Mrs. Martina Morales, aged 101, died
in San Antonio Tuesday. She was
born in San Antonio in 1779 and lived
there all her life.
Waco Exam incr : Marshall O. John
son, elected nine inspector, ami aiier
wards removed from olllce for drunk
enness, and who has been a common
drnkard upon tho streets of Waco
over since, has been arretted ft,r theft
of a coat front it barkeeper, having
El Paso Times: Tho Mexicanshavo
been briiiKlnir their grimes tv cros the
river and selling them at from three
and ft half to (ivo conts a pound. They
were shipped away from hero and a
irood nrollt realized, and theMoxicans
hearing of It now want eight cents,
and that on tho other side of the river.
Morgan Argonaut: Tho election to
determine whether or not Morgan
hhould assume control of public tree
schools came oil hist Wednesday.
None but inula Jlda lax payors were al
lowed to vote, and there weio 10 votes
for control of tho public school, while
not a single vote was polled against the
Lampasas Globe; Mr. John Pintail
informs us that he has a Um Held of
corn now in silk aud tassel, without a
burnt blade on it, that was planted on
the 16th of June, aud has had but one
rain on it. Mr. Flulan is one of our
most successful farmers and gardenora
and says work with good nmiuigenient
will win oven with a severe drought
to contend with.
San Antonio Express: Justice Mil
ler ofD'hanls ha-f got a pnlr of pet
chicken snakes that aro tho boas mouse
catchers of this country or any other
country under tho sun. They aie
said to be dead sure pop on tho slyest
mouse that ever lived. Theve haim
iess uuakes have made friends with
every member of tho justice's family,
and when hungry will take food from
their hands aud return tu their hiding
places ttfter becoming fully satisfied.
Graham Leader: Tho Tonquaqua
Indians who have been attending fed
end court, drew their pay as witnesses
on Wednesday and "blowed in tLolr
roll' for calico of gaudy colors, blank-
otsand other clothing, Ono of the
bucks bought ft nice ,vest, "with pock
tsiriUijarry, ils money like heup
Summary oMlrctsiit Outrni;e In Hamilton
County Tho I.nw lireukt-rs ll.tv-
lngTholr Onn Way.
For somo time past sheepmen in
Hamilton county have met with oppo
sition and annoyances aud been made
to feel that they and their flocks were
not wanted there, but up ton lew days
ago no serious trouble had occurred.
Previous to l'rlday night of last week
it sheepman, who is a British subject,
but wliobo name wo could not learn,
was molested and warned to leave.
Ho has laid his case before tho Jlritish
consul, aud more will be heard of him.
hereafter. On Friday night, however,
eight masked men went lo the sheen
pen where Ld. Pendleton's llock was
quartered, and after binding the herder
and threatening his life, opened tho
gates and went to killlncand maiming
die sheep. Eighty e'ght bheep
were killed outright and fifty
wounded. The balance were
scattered and the heuler told that his
life should pay the forfeit If he left his
place befoio morning. After buing
untied, however, ho went out and
herded th? -Iwk' until morning, and
then drove theirtttf Pendleton's house,
about a mile from the" l-Cn, anil lold
llllll nfMin l.l.rl.tlj ,.,,..!- 'I'll I -I WHS
tho first Intimation PendleluiJ hud of.
tho outrage that bad been perpeiU'd,
A consultation was had among ind
sheep men and a meeting culled to as
semble at Carlton on Tuesday. When
lucsuay came somo twelve Mieep menl
vuium,. hid piucu ui meeting, aim
about ono hundred not owning sheep,
These latter, styllur themselves nou
bheep men, took" possession of
tho hull and proceeded to run tho
meeting, inviting tho sheep men to
retui). A committee men waited upon
tho sheep men and Inquired if tliey
would abide by the action of tho meet
ing, and endorse uuy resolutions
passed. Tho sheep men said probably
they would if they knew what tho res
olutions would be, out declined to
commit themselves. The committee
returned to tho hall where, for some,
time, uothiug was done, but finally
tho sheep men were invited up.
Then a rewdutlon was, passed to
tho effect that tho sheep men rshould
be protected in their persons and prop
tclll rciiuttu l'cmlnlno IMittltii nnd
rolraburso tbo FcmaJe jiiiniite or
tlioso tosf.t of vitality nccomjiany
lni; rniii'WuInts cenltar to the sar.
Jlfnthrrmttirttng tUolr own rhllilren,
nnd ttrltealn icomfH who expect to
bowJinomoUictsnud lirlngup r'cor
oit.irhfMrmRunuldbynll menus uso
It, It ipll rtstore mitfcrcn rom.
Mental or JFtrroun 1'rostratlon nrU
lng Irom Orer-ivcrk, llrrmsea or
yrotrnrtol Dlneasi: Jl trill euro
JirunlitHutttnwl Iho Opium Jlablt
form tho nppoUto crows hoMtblor
and digc-stloii moro vigorous through,
tbo uso ot this Timtc, tho unnatural
cmvlnj: die nvny until totally ox
tluct. It hliltjtilibcnejlelal in Liver
Complaint, Malarial Fever, Rttd
ALL Jtfnf-(J itbseaw: anit tor tho
dobliltntlnx CTcW Ot -'cer of mil
lilntl It hu lip ivm . repair
tntdfe, linpioren Dig
of food) and l.i no pleasant to tho taato
tuai tuo moat sonsmvo paiaio win not
i. Jfc r,fl lip 171 . r- --fl- "--
le, Impiant Migration T'-U yj
, oud ftHords tho Ihtneptlo .
il nn taslltj avlmltablo article
To tliMerchants of
You can find right at your doors. FREIGFPP tA'
SAVED, at EASraRN prices, the 3'
complete assortment of
NOTIONS, FDHNISHHTfi 6001
Boots, Shoes and i
At the Immense Establishment of 3
nscd a toll tbr.ee V7ltb befiodclfil rpf ills. It la not.
iciaimou 111 n cure-nil, uut roraeraniienienlsol
Ithe prcns mnntlnnod. It is a scecltto aud as
;ia lii.uuui' UKiriEllrAOiciintMToallothor pre
MPArntlons. AshTOurdrucatBt for It. nnd droit A
PRIRKLV &9H HITTPBS tfO..
BOTUZ PI?0PJtrET0B3, fc I
LOUIS AND KANSAS OITY, IYIO.
P.S We are strictly "Wholesale, and study, thf &
jjuouietjua ui lYiuruiuims oniy.
ILECK & BAICEIl,
CONTRACTOR anil BUILDER
Vfl( furnish estimates of cost on aU kind
of buildings, shelving, counters, etc.
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
, OP FORT WORTH. TRL1S.
CAPITAL PAID UP $125,009.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE SOLD.
W. J. BOAZ,
H. 0. EDBINOTOIT
J. I. RNnms.
jironoytnml b;i yirorrn of yhy-
nriKin, nnil bj thniitniuli of people who
haro tivcit it, to be lb bftt knotrn remedy
fnrJMritltu, Tuepeiida, Indigestion, Toss of
Appetite, Jom ofllcslh T.ung Complalnli,
Fcnalo irrakne.n, (laitiio Irritability, ilfif
larlal I'crrrand many other dl.iea.iai where
tauten are regiiirril differing essentially
from all other Href JTood.i and Tonics.
IT IMPROVES THE QUALITY OF
tho ISlaoil and enrtehea 1 1, and is there
fore a One inWturrtiif and eorreetivo
In cases o t al 1 ci rou o maladies which
nro ns-soclnted with an iMfovr.nisiiEI
atati: ov the blood. Thceo nil yiolit
ot Us cru.it loot tonic olemonts.
ltcompenoatestortho loss ef vitality.
Induced by Consumption, Vatarrhor
Mranchtal na Throat alT-etlons. It
Sign Work, Interior Decorating
ftT 0. K. PAINT SHOP,
No 9 Main Street.
W. W. BOUTH,
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
OFSICK-No. 13 Main Street. Itetidenee,
N, TV. Calhoun atui Tldrd Streets. 5-2SU
The Great PopulatWijiW
At GALVESTON with MallorjU
lor Key West and '
Bran Line for Jiow Orless
Corpus Cbrlcll, Jlroirntt
At ARCOLA with I. G. N. B.I
1,1a und towns In Briuorli
AtROSENUEHG with G.,B.
(Sunset Route) for Coiw
Uvnldo and Western Tej
also for Houston undbU
the Tccho Country, Kc
all points In tho Soulho
East: with New York,W
can Unllway forWbutcs,
At BRENH AM Willi H. it T. Cl
Palestine, Rockdale, 1
Georgetown, Anstln, Man
AtTESIl'LBwiui MlWnl r
At MCGREGOR xrltti TexM
R'y for Waco, ConlwnM
noluu on that llBf. ,
At CliEBURNE, JMtUonotu
At FORT WORTH riti Wf
Cisco nnu iuo "-rj7
and all points how
At DALiUAB wnu ji, y
ana 'aiias jutK
a-Heo that your uci
. ,. QiJC-
FORT WORTH, TEXAS,
orFICK. In Benton Bulldlnjr, over Wm
Btown'8 Grocery Htoro.
X 3E3 TJ X" X S 3? ,
' FORT WORTH, 1EXAS.
OFFICR-Xa, IS Main Street. Up Stain,
UBK3 NITROUS OXIDE GAB.
J. J. KANE.
Architect and Superintendent,
FORT WORTH, TEXAS,
QyPICJS-Oecr Mnl XatlonalJlank.
Finns and Bpeoincatltua with all modorn
Improvements. Including estlmntea of the
ccxtt of every description of hulldluzs In the
Ity or country, I'ostntnoa ox 89. 023t
A.M. BRITTOS, PTM.W
Prcs. B. W.
THAT THE MEDICAL PROFESSION
and (nmilds Bonorfllly may properly
understand tho merits ot "Oolifi'
Liquid JUrf Tonie,'r an analysis by
tho cmtnont chemist, AUTUUU HILr,
UAS3AU,. Jf.B., l.n.fi.r of Iondou,
England ;and also nn vHdorsemont by
thu colobratPd nliyslciiiH. lTofessor
of London, nro labeled on each bottle.
AUTI0N. - Colden's Liquid
IIEKP TONIO U an ahbrovlatlon of
BItt'a LIQUID EXTBAQf." OF HEKF AND
TOIO IYlQOIUTUn." I'Jtcti uotUobcara
thlaiirlRliial imine a mark of rtvnulneness
which HltoUld nlW08 tmobirTel,ii.i Dirro
are nvrrnl jttior imitation, 'nioimpvrl.
orlty of Its materials nnd ciraTHlou will
be Btrtctly mnlntatned. Sold try Drugrjlsta
concrnlly tt 1 : 1) bottles for!.. C. N. CHIT
TESTOH. OE.NEUM.A01.KT, XU Knlton Bt.,
New Yort. Hold Wholesalo hyj. J. SOUtrTT
it CO., oalTcston, Texas
SLAfiK & SMALLW00D,
Attorneya-ai-Law and' Reai
COLORADO CITY, TllXA
References: Ex-Gov, J m. V. Porter, Nash
vlllo.Tenn,; Hon. J. it. O. AtWus, l'arls,
c. u. REMLseioN, r1
Coniracfor and Builder
rians, spcoltlcatlons anil euilmates
furnished on application.
Office and Shon on Hnnston bo
,tvreen Fifth and Sixfh Sreeta,
V, O. boxlift. .
OF FORT 1
Capital anfl Sflrpla Pj
A Regular Ban
In nil IIS Wj.
made on all ilJ
oetters' ftfli. ;
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