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For the Cure of Couchs, Colds,
Hoarseness, Bronchitis.Croup, Influ-I
enza, Asthma, hooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption and for the re-l
lief of consumptive persons in advan-I
ced stages of the Disease. For bale
by all Druggists. Price, 2$ Cents.
TO PRESERVE THE HEALTH
Cm the Magneton Appliance Co.'t
Magnetic Lung Protector !
FHICiS ONLY 85.
They are prlcelesi to ladiu. oi.stlimih and
oaiLURKN with wiiE lcsus; nocaseofrNKi'Moiit
OB choup la ever known where these
larmenta are worn. They aito prevent and euro
SABT UIMCULTIKS, OOLIM, RlliUMtTiaM, KIIIUL
e)lA, THROAT TMOUBLIS, DIPHTHEBU, CATARRH. AMD
ALL KINDRBO OIBSiSS. Will WStB AUJT eervic
fortHKia tkarm. Are wom over the undcr-cloth-
CATAlJRTT 11 1" nedlees to describe taa
vaiauitU) symptonsof this nauseous dls
mm that is sapping the life and strength of only
too many of tbe faliestaud beat of both eexes.
Labor, study and research to Amurlca, Europe and
Eastern lande, have reaalted to the Magnetic Lung
Protector, affording cure f r Catarrh, a rime fly
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with the continuous stream of Maneiism per
meat Id i? through the afflicted organs, mist si
TORI THtMTO A 8I1LTHT OTIOH. Wl PUCI OUR
ratci for thie Appliance at leaa than one-twentieth
of the price asked by others for remedies upon
which you tike all the chances, and we ErriciAL
lt laviTi the patronage of the maky persons who
bare tried DtirjooiHa rmiu aroaucHa without ir-
HOW TO OBTAIN
gist and stk for them. If thy have not got them,
write to the proprietor!, enclosing Ibu price in let.
tor, at our risk, and they aball be sent to run at
once by mail, postpaid.
Hand stamp for tno "New Departure In Medl
al Treat i.eut without msd'oiss," wUh thou
Mnda of testimonial.
THE MAG.NKTOf APi'LIANTE CO.,
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earr ncy(in letter at our risk) with size of shoe
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soar 4 ai(Detle Appliance. Positively no cold 7t
where titer are worn, or monrv refunded. ItaMy
Tell the children to cut out and save the comic
eilhouetto picturee aa they appear from burn to
iMoa. ' Ther win be pleased with the collection.
Thla tptes la owned by
Of conrae we mean the famoni animal Rppaannf
on tbe label of every genuine package of Black
we'J's Dull Dor him Smoking Tobacco. Every
dealer keepe thie, tbe bat Smoking Tobacco made.
Jione genuine without trade-mark of tbe Bull.
The aectss Ity for prompt and efficient bnaeehold
remedies' Is dally growing more Imperative and
of thess Boole tier's Stomach Bitters Is tbe chief
In merit and the moat popular. Irregularity of
the stomach and bowels, malarial levers, liver
complaint, debility, rheumatism and minor ail
ments, are thoroughly conquered by this incom
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and It ia justly regarded as the purest and most
comprehensive remedy of Its cla l,
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This porous plaster li
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Blade, combining the
virtues of hope with
nms, balsams and ex
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other planters limply relieve. Crtek in the Back and
Hank, fain in the Bide or Limbs, BUS Joints and Muscles,
Kidney Troubloa, Kheumatism, Neuralgia, Sore Cheat,
Affections of the Heart and Liver, andail pain or aches
In any part cured Instantly by the Bop floater. fyTry
n.- moss eents or five (or i 00.
Mailed on receipt of price. Sold by
all druggists and country stores.
Bop Plotter Company,
I rropnetors, Boston,
tVForeonatipatlon.loasol appetite anddiaeasee of tbe
towels take Hawley's Bromarh and Utct pufa ft eenta.
An unfailing and speedy cure for
Aerttm DtMltty and wVowbarst,
Lou iff Vitality and fieor, or any
evllreeultof indiscretion, excess,
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15c for postaoa an trial box of
100 pills. Address, -
Dr. H. W. BACON, eor.Clart Si
t ana uaua wm kimbu, vsuoano, turn
M. H.B. CAM.
ef the PaQnlaray
Krw Oder a RwwwtT
ana eaa ear
aalali-aiilv. For iMtlmonlala, ao4 aodnmanau. ieitwa I
aalimii mnrtleal neg, aad a faU daagrlMloa of tin tnauml.
a. as. ia avn a avab, aaoi ee w, stia as w are.
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THE : DAILY
The -Daily Bulletin.
A parigrapb ia the report of Becretary
Ruitci) to tbe sUte board of health would
admoniih coniumun that they mutt cook
or fry their meats well before eatiDg it.
Here ia the paragraph : "Three outbreaks
of trichinoiia -one of them resulting Id
three deatbi-i-bare occurred, tbe first dur
ing the early part of November, in a family
Dear Gardner, Gruudy county; the second
and third during December, in Woodburo,
Macoupin county, and in Bloomingtoo, re
spectively. The Gardner and Bloomington
Canes resulted : from eatiog uncooked pork
and sausage, and tbe Woodburn cises trom
raw, smoked sausage.' Specimens of the
meat from Gardner and Woodburn were
sent to the secretary for examination, tbe
character of tbe disease being only sus
pected, until the microscope showed, in one
cane, about 2,000, and in the other, about
8,000 tricbine to the cubic inch.
Stveral cases recently tried in our
police courts, in which the responsibility of
boarding-house keepers for the safety of
baggage left in their charge by transient
guests arose, will make a decision of the
New York court of appeals, recently render
ed, of local interest and of importance to
keepers 'of public bouses. The case was
one in winch Mrs. General Hancock sued
the keepers of the St. Cloud hotel to recover
for the lots of articles taken from the room
of General Hancock while a guest at the
hotel, and tbe question turned upon the
fact whether be was a boarder or a mere
temporary guest. The court found, after
ten years litigation ia the case, that as a
soldier who was constantly under orders to
march, he, from tbe evidence, was a mere
guest, and it was said by the court that "at
common law the inn-keeper was compelled
to furnish lodgings and entertainment for
travelers and passengers, and he was bound
to protect the property they brought them.
Tbe length of time that a man is at an inn
mik no difference, whether he stays a
month or a week, or longer; so, always,
that although not strictly transient, be re
tains bis character aa a traveler, but be
may by a special, contract to board and to
snjourn make himself a boarder, and being
such, the inn-keeper is not liable."
SEE THE FIRE TO DAY.
A public test of the Harden Haod-Gren-
ade Fire Extinguisher of Chicago, will be
given to day at I o'clock sharp, corner of
8tk street and Commercial avenue.. All
thoae having property at stake ahould not
fail to attend as it has done wonderful work
in other cities. It
A Word fur Buckwheat.
A recent articlo in an agricultural
paper against the cultivation of this
grain calls for a reply. Although we
can't sow buckwheat at this season of
the year, we can point out its good
qualities and remember them until
sowing time comes again.
Even in your rich, heavy soils, where
buckwheat and beans are held only in ;
derision, and referred to as the main-
stav of the farmer on light, sandy
soils, you can afford to relax your ag
ricultural dignity sufficiently to sowa
small patch of buckwheat. And, in
fact, you can't afford to do otherwise.
What farmer ; is there that has not
some rough, ragged piece of ground,
which needs the mellowing, pulveriz
ing effect caused by cropping with
buckwheat? Or he may have a spot of
land hardly dry enough to sow in
season for other kinds of grain, but
which, by June or July, will be in
good condition for this crop. Sowing
at this time does not interfere with
other and, perhaps, more important
work. It can also be harvested after
the pressure of other work is over,
consequently this crop is a very cheap
and convenient one to handle. : It very
often yields thirty bushels to the acre,
which is no mean return, even from
good land, considering the small ex
pense of seeding and harvesting. No
farmer should be without a few bushels
of this grain, as a small amount fed
occasionally is good for all kinds of
For fowls it Is an excellent feed,
ranking next to corn or wheat, in my
experience. When ground with oata
and corn it forms a most wholesome
dlet for horses, cattle and hogs. Those
who have been accustomed to the good
old plan of having hot buckwneat
cakes for breakfast, will also join with
me in my plea for a small patch of this
most excellent - though much abused
Buckwheat Las gained a bad name
through thf slackness of a large class
.of farmers who never get their grain
sown in season, and who, as a last re
sort, sow buckwheat instead of the oth
er grains, which should have been
sown weeks lwforo. Good farmers thus
f;et an Idea that, buckwheat and bad
iirniing are inseparable and charge to
buckwheat what they should justly
charge to the shiftless: rannagement of
It is very often tho case that a por
tion of a corn field is ruined by a late
freshot, aud iu uiauy cases this land is
allowed to lio idle tim remainder of tho
season when it might be made to yield
a protituble iucoiuo by sowing buck
wheat. The benefit to the land would
tepay the farmer for the labor expend
ed. It is a great injurv to land to lie
and bake alfthiougb the long hot sum
mer months, sayiug nothing of the
weeds thus propagated. Land may be
rested by fallowing and constant stir-
ring, as "it is then storing up food gath
ered from the atmosphere, without giv
ing out any of the same in the way of
either grain or seeds.
Buckwheat, like clover, draws, muoh
of its nourishment from the atmos
phere. For this reason it makes a
most excellent-, .crop to plow under
when green. Its ronrae, stocky guowth
gives it a roecb anical value for thla
CAIRO BULLETIN TUESDAY MORNING JANUARY 22, 1884.
purposM even superior to clover, mak
ing the soil lio up light and lou, so
that it is more roadily pulverftd by
the action of frost, air aud uafr.
The hot, dry' weather of Au-ist will
sometimes blight and ruin a ieee of
buckwheat just as it is uieei filling
out. Whon youuro aura, it ii ruined
for harvesting, just put tho p w iuto
the field and turn it under. Ton will
surely get the full valuo of th crop in
this way, though it may be i disap
pointment to get no grain lr homo
Those who keep bees will fijl an ad
ditional argument for raisir buck
wheat, as it yiidds a great qilntity of
honey, although slightly colol;d aud
with not so agreeable a flavor is that
niado from white clover. The hnd in
tended tor buckwheat should rceive a
good harrowing both ways be file sow
ing. Hr. D. Duynton in "uhio tinner.
Mr. Bennett, the owner of thi, New
York Herald, is Miid by person; who
have seen h'm in I'aris lately toihave
become "prematurely old. His htir is
turning gray and he is as slol ami
nrecii-e in movement as an old niaa."
Living a New Life.
Rheumatism loves to not in
weighted with years. Until the diaovery
of ATULOPnoROS there was but littlatbopos
for tbe aged who were victims of tie di
ease. But now Mr. Wesley Iliff, ?edar-
ville, Ohio, writes: "Took ATiiiiOtuoRos
u directed and find I am well of Ilhjjma-
tisui. I am G5 years old and was yetting
stiff in ray joints and limbs. Now Iain as
clear of Rheumatism and stiffness as ever
was in my life. Consider AmwetoK)
the greatest and best medicine I ever iiua d
The writines of tbe most honored of
American authors are at last made accrati
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"Literary Revolution" makes do account.
As examples, we have "The Leend of
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Roost" ten cents, "Th Sketch Bxk" 20
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INTERESTING TO LADIES. .
Our lady readers can hardly fail to have
their attention called this week to tbe
latest combination of improvements iu that
most useful of all domestic implements,
the "sewing machine." . .
As we understand it, a machine for farui'
ily use should meet first of all these re
quirements: It should be simple in its
mechanism; it should run easily; it should
do a wide range of work; it should be
nearly noiseless as possible; it should be
light, handsome, durable, and as cheap as
is consistent with excellence throughout.
" These conditions tbe "Light-Running
New Heme" certainly meets. It Las also
several very important and useful attach
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Co far to make good its claims to popular
The "New Home" specially recommends
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W. F. Larbdim, river editor 01 rm Bui.litik
and steamboat paesenger agent. Orders for all
klnda of steamboat job printing solicited. Office
at Bower's European Hotel. No. 7t Ohio levee.
8TA9ES OF THI RIVER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. m. 37 feet 4 inches and rising.
Chattanooga, Jan, 21. River 14 feet 19
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Jan. 31. River ' 31 feet 0
inches and falling. .
Leuisville, Jan. 31. River 9 feet 8
inches and falling.
Nashville, Jan. 21. River 27 feet 0 in
ches and falling.
Pittsburg, Jan. 21. River 4 feet 4 inch
es and falling.
. St Louis, Jan 21. River 11 feet 8 inch
es and falling.
'. Tbe Ella Eimbrough left here for Mem
phis last evening at 3 :30. She had about
300 tons of freight and a fair passenger
trip.' Capt. Lem Hill was in command.
Capt. Tom Kiinbrough came very neir
'passing in his check" Sunday night. He
was walking out on the tower guard ot the
boat and stepped overboard, and only for
the immediate assistance of Mr. Brsdberry,
engineer on the boat, who heard the cap
tain's appeal for help, the captain would
now be iiumbered among the things that
were.' - .
Tbe David R. Powell left here for New
Orleans with a' big tripv Cairo is a good
friend to a hungry looking steamboat, at
they always get both freight and people. ,
' Tbe Evsnsville packets have been laid up
00 account of ice. The heaviest ioe ot the
season is now between Evaosville and Fa
We have just
returned from Faducah,
several boat! laid upon
where we found
account. of ice.
The Farit C. Brown got about 700 tons of
freight here and disparted for New Orleans
at 0 p. m. yesterday.
The R. R. Spricger passed Vicksburg the
lttn inst. on her way up, She will arrive
here to-morrow night, and if the weather
still continues cold she will likelv turn
The Narrow Gauge railroad ia doing a
big business. Capt. Williams says he has
all he can do to keep up with his business.
The Tbos. Sherlock left Evsnsville yes
terday evsiiint', and will arrive here to
night or to-morrow morning early. So says
her freight agent, Bob Jones.
Tbe Vint Shiokle from Cincinnati will
pus down for Memphis this morning.
Another big fire in Faducah last Friday
night. The St. Charles Hotel, situated on
the corner of Court and Market streets, was
totally destroyed, with nearly the entire lot
of household furniture. No lives lest.
llieir Name is Legion.
Legions of people have had their lives
made miserable lv Files. This naint'ul
difficulty is often induced and always sgj
gravated by constipation. Kidney-Wort is
the atrent remedy for all affections of this
kind. It acts as a gentle cathartic, pro-
motes a healthy action of tbe bowels, and
soothes and heals the inflamed surfaces. It
has cured hundreds of cases where all other
remedies and applications bavo failed. Sold
by all drugists...
Physicians recommend porous plasters in
esses of back ache, lame Bide, stiff muscles,
rnenmatiim and all local pains. Hop Plas
ters are the best made, combining Fresh
Uops witQ Uuins, Heady to use, pleasant
and powerful in astinn. 25cts. at any drug
fc$F"Fitted out for the Season. Druses,
cloaks, coats, stockings and all garments
can be colored successfully with the Diam
ond Dyes. Fashionable colors. Only 10c
at Druggists. Wells, Richardson & Co.,
Tie Doctor's Endorsement.
Dr. W. D. Wrleht. Cincinnati. O. aends the
subjoined professional indorsement: "I have
preacrmeo UK. W .VI. HALL'S BALHAM r UK 1 HE
l UNGS In a ere it number or canes, and always
with success. One ease in particular was given up
hy several physicians who nad been called In for
sonanltatlon with mvself. The d itient had all ths
symptoms of confirmed consumption cold night
sweats, hectic fever, harassing conga etc. lie
commenced Immedlatel to set better and was
soon restored to bis tutiHl health. I have a!so
I)K. WM. HUL'S BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS
tbe mon vauable eip-ciorant tor breatlngnp die
ireaaing cougns ana coias turn i nave ever urea."
DURSO'S CATARRH SNUFF cures Catarrh
and all affections of ih mucous membrane.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.
offer to send Dr. Dye's Voltaic Belt and
Applicances on trial, for thirty days, to
men, old or you n,;, afflicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality and kindred troubles.
See advertisement in this paper. 2
Why suffer with Malaria? Emory's Stand
ard Cure Pills are infalliable, never fail to
cure the most obstinate cases ; purely vege
table. 23 cents. (2;
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and l ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and J
crying with pain of cutting teetht If so, j
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins-1
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth-
inn Ti., .l, 1. ! i I.LI Ti III .
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieye the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhrea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens tbe gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
phyto'cians and nurses in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along , the line of tbe St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of tiie choicest farming and graziuv
lands in the world, ranging in price . from
2.00 to 800 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1S82. To those purchasing land owned by
tbe Company, and paying one-fourth, one-
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed forraoney paid fortickets or freight
over the Companies tnes.
II. C. Townsend, Oen'l Pass. Agt. ."
St. Louis, Mo. ,
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'B PATENT
ICF BV THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WEL1
PACKED FOR PHIPPINO
Oar- Loads a Specialty.
ror.Tweli'tb Street and Le?ee,
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Hides, Furs, Wool,
Wm. Ludwig &
KoUeved aud cured without ssrijiclttl oporatioa, truss
Shormen's system. Patients from abroad enn receiv
ture and trusts cause inmbsco, kldne and bladder affections, anoct tne nervous systi'm, mpair
mmhood and liritig on impnteucr and other deplorable a.lmenta. All there troubles removed and
primitive soundness restored hv Dr. frherman'i treatmnnt. Book, with continuous lndo scuieuts for
the past thirtv-flve years from physicians, merchants, ctcrirymoD, farmers and othnra who have bnn
cured, mailed for ten cents. One Smvtbe, of the
ness of cured natlenti in Dr. Sbermtu s Ulustrated pamphlets, aired mm to personate tbem, and ptio
lihea them as patients to bo cured. This bold fraud to dupe the affltcte is fully exposed In an Illus
trated circular which is sent to an one who writes
dally cominu from al parta of the country for treatment, Day of consultation at How York'oflce, ?M
i. roadway. Mommy, Tuesday and Saturday each week,
on James River Va., io a north
ern settlement. Illustrated cir
cular Iree. J. F. MANCRA.
For Many Reasons.
Benson's C'apctne Porous Plasters eieel all
other external remedies. Prompt, highly medici
nal . 25 cents. "
I have a positive remedy for tbeabove diaeaae -, by Its
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JUHN B. ALOKN, Publisher,
P.O. Box 1427. 18 VecySt.,NewYork
I GURU FITS'.
Whnn I hat onre I do not mean merely to atoD them
for a time arid then have tbem return araln, I mean
rdi-al onre. I have made the diaeam of t ITS, EPI
LkPST OR FALLING SlCKNRSSabfe-loMatudj.
I warrant my remedy to eure tbe worst eases. Because
others have failed ia no reason for not now receiving a
my infallible remedy. Give Kxprsaa and Postomoek II
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Address Da. H. O. HOOT. US Pearl St.. NawTork.
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
j Organized December, 1883, Under tie
j t - o nnn
Law of 1883.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Mutual Aid So
ciety, o ganlzed July 4th, 1877, under
the laws of 187S. ' '
Jons H. ROUINSON..
WM. 8' UATi' -N
J. A. GOLUSTINE
C. W. DUNNIM?....1..
THOMAS LEWIS ,
BOARD OF DIRECTOR kok 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratum, Str .tton A Bird, tro:cr, Cairn, HI.,
J. A. Goldstlne, ofUoldstlne A Kosenwater, whole
sale and retail dry goodjC. W. Dunning, M. D.;
Pres. Bd. Med Ex., fur rtaIots; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant; J,- H. Robinson, county
Judge an' notary public: Wm. F. Pitcher, com
broker and insurance agent: R. H. Baltd. cltv
sneer, supervisor; at. i iniiir e, carpmter and bund
er; rnomas Lewis, attorney and secretary; : K. V.
f ierce, attorney at law, PuQuoin 111. ; K. C. Pace
cashier of Centennial Biuik, Ashler, III.; Albert
Hayden, cashier of Uorge Connelly A Co , Spring
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law, Charleston, Mo.; II. Lulghton,
cashier first National Hank, Stuart, Iowa.
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Swift's Specific has relieved me of Malarial
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CM. t'LAKK. Agt. Southern Life Ins Co.
' Atlanta, C,. .
I bavu been using for a motilh or two to my
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tlon of 1' having been consumed by the female "
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dose. Another female member of mv family took
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lr thn bcft tonic for delicate ladles that I have over
used, and 1 have tried them all. l have ik rftkifht
that waut of exorcise. elr rnnilh.in.ni i n.,.i .
ventilated bouses, sewer gas poison and malarial '
poison Ofton lrodure slckneaa amm.u nnr
daughters nd slaters, and I bulieve Swlifa '
Specific is the remedy for all this sort of blond
pot oning. r. L. JONtCS, J. P. QuKman, Qa.
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Whole ttpper part of my body became stiff and full
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poison and cured tne.
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