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LAWS OX ELECTION
House Democrats Caucus Pre
paratory to the Vote.
TUCZEE'S EILL TO EE PUT THEOUGH
An Important Amendment That Wat
Thought of Tun I. ate Synopsis of the '
OratorT In t!:e Senate on Mierninn I. aw I
Iti-peal Wnlrnti Attacks the I'resiilen; j
fur Writing the Mnrthrn Letter llolliver
and Fiteh f lose the House Htliite. j
VaHIN'..TiS, Oft. .yh: 1..i:i-j Dem- i
oeratic emeu after s session of two hour
unanimously ml,, jited the fi-'iiowir.i; reo-J
lution. "Ib-solved, That it is the sense of
this caucus tbar t lie p-iulii; bill ..lions?
bill ti.r;..., st;j;iKi be passed y the bouse of
rim s -ntativfs 0:1 tomorrow, and tb: the
D-'iii K r lis .should preL-:it an u:i!,rok.-n '
column in its support.'' The caucus was,
caiie.l originally for the purpose of decid
ing whether r he Tucker bi'.i or the Fitch '
substitute t hen-fur, which is n i:ch less
comprehensive in Its scopethantheTucker
bill, should be accepted as the measure X-'
pressing the sense of the parry upon the
declaration m the platform resctiiijj ill?
repeal of the Fedenl elect on iaivs.
I. em-rally Agreed in Opinion. j
It w is also (he intention :o detennip
what, if any, sisietidaieuts should be made '
to the bill before it was passed. The caucus ,
was unusually well intended, between '.41.
and 1.1 members h-.-i : lt present. A num
ber of tl.eiu came directly from the cars,
upon which they had returned to the city, ;
to the Capitol. Iiepresentat've Ilolnian, I
chairman of thijcaticus. presided, and
Representative Alderson, of Virginia, was
secretary. The di-ctlssion was at times!
quite animated, but i' is said to have been !
entirely free from an radical differ, lice 1
of opinion. Fitch and Tucker at m :::
length analyzed and
pective bills Fitcli pi
Bectiots of the law
defended their re-.
ihted out that the j
omitted from his
measure were sim ;ly ilei Juratory ,u their
Mature and cotitaimd nothing in them
elves by which t:.e pnee-ses complained
of by the Democrat c party c in be
An Important Seetion Omitted.
The iliscu-sioti wa tortocr participated
In by I'atter-on of Teniies.ee, Sprimrer of
Illinois, Hourke C.n-hrau of New York,
Talbcr: of Smth ( ar-i.n.i. Oi'esofAia
blilna, arid others. t w:is pointed out j:i
the course of the even.n,; by Fitch and
Oates especially that the Tucker bill,
throuch an ovcrsighi. did not include sec
tion 5,."JS of the revised statutes. The
terms of this section are such that it was
felt not only by these gentlemen, but by
others, that it was essential to have It re
pealed in order lint the intention to pre
vent the use of troops at the polls should
be wholly carried out. There were a num
ber of sutitestions that the Tucker bill be
amended by inserting this section in its
provisions, the overwhelming sentiment of
the caucus bein;; iu favor of the Tucker
Too Late to Amend the Mill.
But Speaker Crisp, in a statement of
some length describing the parliamentary
situation, showed thnt the bill could not
be thus amended at this stage. The order
of consideration provided for the taking of
the vote at 1 o'clock this afternoon upon
the bill and pending amendments, and
therefore it was impossible to add to the
list of amendments that bad been intro
duced up to the hour of adjournment yes
terday afternoon. Thereupon Fitch moved
that the resolution which the caucus
adopted as already stated. He explained
the section referred to 5,5Js could
be inserted in conference after the meas
Tire bad passed the senate, in case any
Amendment was made by that body, or if
found necessary its repeal could be "accom
plished by an additional bill.
DEBATE ON THE REPEAL BILL.
Wolcott Criticises Cleveland for Writing
the Northen Letter. j
Washington, Oct 10. When the Pher-1
man law repeal bill came up in the seuate (
Wolcott sp ike for his resolution to in-
struct tne nuance committee to put into
legislative form the bimetallic declaration I
contained in the bill. During the course
of In sp.'ech he said that the president's
open let'i-r addressed to the people of tho
I nited Sta'e- through Governor Northen,
of Gem -!.:. v. is one of the most reninrk
able pro;; n unentos of this generation.
Th-presii.Vn: of the United Ptate-, while
Congress vv.. iii extraordinary session, con
voked by his proclamation, informed the
country thnt he was astonished nt the op
position of the senate to the measure
which he bad advocated in his message.
Such an ntteranca was intrusive and of
fensive and was unfitting the relations
which should exist betweeu the legislative
and executive departments of the govern
ment. He reiterated the contention that the
passage of the bill w iil demonetize silver
for good, and when he clo-ed Voorhees
denied that r statement and said that it
inight be repeated a hundred thousand
times mid still it would not lie true. There
Was at this time nearly WiH.rxM.OOUof silver
fcurrency, Jitl.ObO.Ouo of which was legal
tender; and not one dollar of that would
lose iu legal tender monetary value. In
reply to questions by Harris and Morgan
Voorhees said that there was coinage
power left in the Sherman bill when the
purchase clause was repealed, aud that
there was silver bullion enough on hand
cow to occupy the mints seven or eight
Toward the close of his speech Voorhees
aid: "When the Sherman law no longer
disgraces the statute books of the nation I
am ready to act promptly and with all the
energy that I am capable of to carry out
the pledges which this - bill cou tains."
Morgan insisted that the pledge in the
house bill abandoned by the finance com
mittee was a better bimetallic pledge than
the one contained in the senate, and Tel
ler repeated the. assertion that tie bill was j
an a'l'ieiilpt to "stT Ke crown" sliver at the
bidding of British capitalists, and Voor
hees insisted that the lest pledge of bi
metallism was contained in the senate
Cockrell took the floor and proceeded to j
prove that the Democratic tiartv had been !
a free silver party all aloni; and the Re-
publican party anti-free silver. He went
over the history of the com try from the
beK.nn.uK and deelired himself for Kold
money Icvil tend r money and wanted
iue cniieu urates to legislate on the
money question br tself, ignoring all for
eign policies, lie a so took up the charge
that the whole tlnr.j; was a conspiracy of
the "money power" having its headquar
ters aoroad, and was. ted to know vv bet lier
the United jj rales hi. d really achieved its
independence in Is G. He thought now
was the time to sett I u the question.
Cockrell still had the floor at adjourn
ment. The debate w,i deciiledly ani
mated all the tine, und Vo.irhees was very
impassioned in his rt mill ks. Hut it does
not look l:ke the end is near. To-m.irrou-'
the til;? of war will beirin when Voorhees
j ask that thesonater main continuously in
! session until the bill is disposed of. The
; free silver then an confident that they
"in win. hi hit oy f. compromise or (.lit
.iau-iai i;eie;u oi u, e repeal lull, and they
t have the "weather :;u. ire." It is ea-u-r for
, them to keep enouii men on band to eon- ,
t.nt-.ethe talk than tor the repealers to .
't have constantly on h: nd a quorum to take
aUvaat.ice of aa oppo 'ivnitv for a dec.-.ve '
D0LL1VER ON ELECTIONS.
The low a Ortor (i.vi s H:s Views to House
M e m Ijers.
In the house the m .-t notable speeches
were made by Dollivt r of Iowa and Fitch
'jf New V.u-k. Do.l .ver said that these
tlection laws were thi last remaining evi
dence of the authority of the United States
In the election of its o vn officers, and their
repeal meant that hereafter an American
citizen had no claim upon the nation f. r
me security of his cili.-.chship. Tl
he repe l.
movement began by
nullify t he amcudme
the const: t li
tion and to leave a hen- riiess ilri 1 fit.. ri-s,.. 1
but loyal race with no rights as cil z-ns, :
auJ few, if we might I elieve t he recent re-1
ports irom Roanoke, from liirmingham
and from New Orleans, as human beings
The conspiracy had n states like Missis- I
sippi turned out sever, congressmen on a
total poll of 44.010 gi en us an able man- '
ager of the order of bis:r.ess iu tins house
on a total poll of 2.5.V. of which be ni:ia- '
aged to save ail but T)( . The Republicans
preferred it to the South Carolina me; hod,
which robbed the voter w ith eight ballot
boxes, to the Arkaias method or the.
Georgia method, w Inch in the Fiftieth con- .
press gave ten represt ntntive oh a total !
poll of 117,100 and as if o add a t.umo ous j
and crote-que feature to the s-tuation, '
gave Ue committee oi elections a chair- -man
on an aggregate p ill of l,TvH souls. j
The city of New Yors was bete a-king
for the reiH-al of the oi ly law that stood
between the citizen am! the nudist urbed
activity of the political regime wiiu h lit
erally owns the Uietropi !,. Is was not bis
purpose to enter upon any defense of the
chief supervisor of elections for the dis
trict of southern New York. He had never
cros-ed the track of an honest man on his
way to the polls. Tami inny's quarrel was
not with him, but with the law of which'
be was the servant. " f
Fitch made the last speech. He
made a savage attack on Davenport,
whom be described as a political adven
turer, entirely destitute f all t he resources
which are ordinarily tie essary for success
in political life. When this gentleman'
presented to the leaders jf the Republican-'
party iu congress a plan by which be pro-1
posed to reduce or perhups wipe out altn-1
gether the Democratic majority in the
city the vote of which ct ntroiled the most
important doubtful statt in the union, Jiis
proposal was hailed with delight. ' t
1 be scheme was franu d into legislation
and he was promptly put in charge of the ;
machinery which he bad conceived. His'
plan was an excellent one for the only ;
object for which it was designed, namely. !
for his own personal prof t. What his plaii '
did for the Republican jii rty may be seen '
in the result of the tlection last fall
while his system was in full force, of a
iemocroiic president, a Democratic sen
"te and a Democratic house of representa-
tives, elected by immense majorities in the !
J lu 1,1 lue swteil wn.cu he contracted
Referring to Tucker's are-nnipnr. thnt
the law was uneonstituti inal and to the
fact that the supreme court differed wit h 1
Tucker.be said the constitutional ques-!
tion was not. before the bouse. He ex- i
pected to vote to repeal many laws whose
constitutionality was not Uestioned. The
law was a bad law made for a bad purpose !
and should be repealed c institutional or!
not. He asks for its repeal on the grounds i
of practical experience. I
This closed the debate. 1 oday the voting '
The Weather We May rixpeci.
vVashimgton. Oct. IU. The following are
the wealhor indications for t renty-rour ic-i:
from t p. m. yesterday: For Iniliaaa and II. i-nois--Fulr
weather; warmer n ex rente north
ern portions; ru.ilor in v esiern 1 limns:
southerly winds. For Mid igan and Wis
cousin Fair went her, him, wed by increa-ing
Cloudiness in up; er Michusn and northern
Wisconsin; warmer iu .MicliUnn; cooler iu
western VV iscon-in; southeasterly win s. in
creasing in "-for. e. For Iov a Fair, cooler
weather; southerly, sh ftia;; to westerly
Wholesale! Imig-rists iu Convention.
Detimut, Oct. lo. Tne wholesale Drug
gist and Manufacturers' associations of the
United States are in convention here. The
sessions will continue over four days. Oue
of the most important matters to be dis
cussed by the convention w ill be the re
port of the committee on prjprietary med
icines. -fSil ire iT an Iowa Town.
AcKLEY, Oct. 10. The bt sinesa portion
of Parkersburg, sixteen mil ;s east of here,
is burned. It is a town of ,about 80 ini
habitants with no fire tk'p rtment. Che
Waterloo fire department was called on
and subdued the flames after a Lard fight.
The entire business portion is in ratios.
The loss is estimated at 100,000, with
FOUGHT IX MIDAIR.
Thrilling Struggle on an Atlanta
TUSSLE WITH A DBTJNKEN PAINTER,
A Li ne man Hm to Strike for Life on a
Platform Ninety Tret Uich Bloody
Work by a Montana Ranrher lie Com
mit Two Murder and Suicide A Ten
nessee Nejrro Killed by Whiter) While
Defending ilia Wife.
Atlanta, Oct. 10. A drunken painter
named Tucker gave a war dance on the
narrow platform at the top of a telephone
pole ninety feet above Ihe ground. He car
ried up a flask of w hisky and a can of
creen paint. With the puint he colored
himself green from lielt to crown. Then
he sang and yelled and danced, attracting
a preat crowd, lie swiiim himself from
' the ritrht of the platform ami d-itii;ied
; there in the air to the horror of the crowd
Was a Matter of Life or Ileiitli.
Two linemen were telephoned for and
climbed up. One go: through the trap
door when Tucker shut it and would not
let the other up. He assaulted the line
man on the platform and they bad a thril
ling iiiiht. Tucker tried to throw the line
man off, but the hitter finally tot in a
blow with his nipper on Tucker's head,
knocking him senseless. Tucker was then
let down with a ro,ie and taken to the
CAN PROVE AN
So tlie Men
Ji:n liiisow U.1.K, ln.i ,o. t. l'). Wiiliani
" rKa-vs. 11 resident i.f Huht.ngburg. Dubois
county. .-ioi;z i Cincinnati Williams, and
Osc.ir Ilrown, who reside near Washing
ton, I) i vies, county, arrested Friday night
by Sheriff John Cavanaugh and Marshal
John Kehuin, of Daviess county, ou the
charge of being the mui derers of the Wrat
ten lainiiy. near Washington, several days
ago, and spirited to the penitentiary here
to avo.d being 1 nched, hare been inter
viewed in ihe guard hall.
llacii maintained Lis innocence and al
leged that nt the proper tiuie he would
be aide to prove alibi. Neither of the
three men knew he was suspected of the
atrocious crime until the uir.-st. Williams
said that since the crime was committed
he had given diligent service to the end
that the guilty parties would be appre
hended. T. e same statement was made
byllrowu. Kays said that he had not
been in Daviess county since he moved
bis family to H'.iitingtiurg several mouths
HORRIELE STORY BRIEFLY TOLD.
An Insane Kani lii r Kills His Wife and
Itaiightrr and suicides
Hkllsa, Mont., Oct. 10. .John Brandt,
a rancher living in the eastern part of the
state, in a fit of insanity almost severed
bis daughter's bead from her body while
she wa. siei p.ngr He then beat bis wife
to death wi;u a hammer, and s- ot himself
through the bead. Another daughter,
uged 17, awoke winle her si-ter was bei:.g
killed imi m. in age.! to e.ca. e.
Think The II. iw h Train llolil.er.
C'Al'iLLAc, M.ci: . Oct. 1". A stranger
came here las' Friday who registered as
'Charles H. Sni in. irom now here." About
the first thing be did was to buy a lot of
revolvers, an 1 he acted so suspicious! v
that t he oflice s arrested bin. Four re
volvers, lour uoid watches, a pocket com
pass and sit I. it valuables were found on
bis person. Wi lie his two grips, bi.tli very
heavy, were fu.l oi specie. " 'It.,- police be
lieve the until is one of ihe Ki n lallvilie
robbers. He will not say a ord. When
theoiluers arte. ted him ue tiled to use
one ot bis rev o. vers.
Wlilteexps Apply the Torch.
MKMflito, Tenn.. Oct. 10. A special to
The Comuit rcia. from Court land, Ala.,
says: The large cot ton 'gin and corn mill
of Ryuum A; Co., near Courtland, was
burned ly wtnteeaps togetlur with TOO
bales of cotton, a la rite itninitv- of grain
and cotton seen. Loss, fTo.O'jn.
Mane llohlien (let IS3.I00.
llALLlNi.ui. Jrx., Oct. 10. Two high
waymen robbed i be Ballmger and Robert
Lee stage near the latter place in Coke
county and got f:t. 1H out ot the mail hairs.
Theu they told the driver to drive east and
remember Lot s wife.
Sank lloliher Arrested.
W Al'PACA, is., Oct. 10. The three
men who robbed t lie bank at Kalstad,
AJitiu., on lecpt. -'. last, have been found
near this city. Two were captured, but
the third escaped, and SUeritI Williams is
still atter him.
Murdered While llefeod ing iris Wife.
Dklshln, Tenth, Oct. '.'.-Rob Hudson,
colored, was shot and killed while de'end-
I ing his wife, who was being whipped by
. wbitecaps, who were all while.
Proceeding in t ongt-ess.
Washington, Oct. 10. Harris of Ten
nessee, in the senate, made a personal
speech relative to csitici.-nis of the Mem
phis Cotton and Merchants' exchanges on
his course with reference to silver and sard
he would do as his conscience dictated
and believed the people of Tennessee were
with him. W'oleott spoke in favor of the
resolution directing the liuance commit
mittee to put into a bill the bimetallic
declaration iu the repeal bill. Voorhees,
Teller, Morgan, Butler, Cockrell and oth
ers discussed the bill.
The bouse did nothing except debate the
election law repeal bill. Aldrich, Dolliver,
Boutelle and others spoke against repeal
and Fitch of New York for repeal, closing
Located n Itig Meteor.
Tacoma, Wash., Ojt. 10. A large me
teor struck the earth about two miles west
of Connell, eastern Wasbiugton. It fell
about 300yards from the Northern Pacific
railway tracks aud the trainmen on an ex
tra freight were blinded by the brilliant
light it made. The country for miles
around was lighted up.
Only Two Men Lost.
Au Thais; Mich., Oct. M The derolict
fishing bout that whs picked up in Lake
Superior had but a crew of two onboard,
Willard A. Carpenter and bis brother Ed
ward. Willard Carpenter leaves a widow
and four children here in destitute circum
stances. Vilas says No Compromise.
Madison, Wis., Oct. 10. Senator Vilas
is here and referring to the Sherman law
repeal bill, sayss "There will be no com
promise. All the talk in that direction
comes from anti-repeal men."
! TROUSLE independents.
Iowa Prohibition u. publicans Uothered
by the Kangaroo Law.
Dns Moines, Oct. 10 Deputy Secretary
of State C. S. Byrkit has refused to re
ceive nomination papers for the Prohibition-Republican
state ticket from Chair
man E. F. Wright. Mr. Byrkit bases his
action upon a section of the ballot law
which provides that no name can be placed
upon the official ballot by petition which
appear for the same office by Domination.
Bennett Mitchell, iTohibition-Republican
candidate for governor, has been endorsed
by the old-time Prohibition party, so his
name is upon their ticket. Chairman
Wright insists that the third party en
dorsement of Mitchell should not bar the
Prohibition-Republicans from a ticket
upon the official ballot aud be will apply
for a writ of mandamus compelling the
secretary to recognize the nominations.
Frauklin Simmons, the American sculp
tor, has about completed two statues in
his studio at R .me. One is the model for
John A. Logan's equestrian statue and
the other a marble statue of General
tGrant. This latter will be placed in
itatuar; hall in the Capitol.
When William Hammer, of Peru, Ind.,
was Assaulted by footpads at Galena, Ills.,
he drevv a revolver, but failed in quick
ness; bis gun was taken from him aud he
was seriously shot.
Near Potter, Neb., Andrew Anderson at
tempted to reason with a man who made
a practice of whipping his wife and was
shot dead. The murderer, whose name is
Miklund, is in jail.
Robbers near Mascoutah, Ills., not only
took all the money a small amount a
farmer named Amos C.irlin had about
him, but deprived him entirely of sight
by knocking out bis single eye with a
A British secret service officer has in
formed the government that the Clan-na-Gael
has reorganized under Patrick Egan
(late United .-states minister to Chili), as a
result of the rejection of the home rule
bill by the lords.
The employe s of the Chesapeake, Ohio
and Southwestern railway have accepted
the 10 per cent, reduction in wages, and
the men who went out when the reduc
tion went into effect Oct. 1 have returned
Postmaster General Bissell, family and
party are en route for Chicago and the
A dispatch fr m R;o Jatieuo says the
panic has subsided completely. Business
is transacted freely and all the banks are
The Cunard Steamship company will
lay up the steamship Campania for a
month this winter and have her altered in
harmony with the plans of the Lucania.
The South Baltimore works, car works
company has been placed in the bauds of
receivers with assets of !'.1T.'HX. The
liabilities are said to be only f ..
The Northwestern M.iier reports the
stock of wheat in private elevators of
Minneapolis at ;ST7.' btisliel,, a gaiu over
Oct. - ol lu0,l"0 bushels.
A westbound tram on the P., C, C. A:
St. Louis railroad struck aud killed two
men ta-ar South Charleston, O. One is
about 5"i yci.ts old and the other 'JT.
The Iluss I;. lis.' Manufact uritig com
pany, Cihciiinat i. have assigned to George
Storey. l.-':i!i:li;;e.. t'lj ib; ass-t-. i4d,oou.
At Milwaukee the expcciai;o:i now is
that a uivideinl of the piankiuioii bank
iis-ets will be .leciaied by Assignee Pi.'ihk
lhgtou eariy in December.
Judge Johnson has decided that the city
of Milwaukee is a preferred creditor of the
Marine bank, and that the county i f Mil
waukee is a preferred creditor i t the Com
mercial bank. An order to that cfKct will
be entered at once.
Mvift Justice is the Kight Thing.
iiAi:i:;si-.i no, l'a., Oct. lo. Governor
Pattisou has fixed Thursday, Dec. 7, for
the execution of Ben Tennis, sentenced
last week to lie banged for the murder ol
little Agnes Cooper Wright, near Hum
melstowu. Justice iu this case has beeu
remarkably swift, as a neriod of otilr nine
teen days has passed since the little girl's
outrage and murder.
Nominated a . Municipal Tirket
Detuoit, Oct. 10. -The Democratic city
convention nominated the following tick
et: For mayor. Marshall II. Riulfn..-. ...
sociate recorder, Charles T. Wilkins; city
niaoruey, iiiwin Henderson; city clerk
Frank A. Altenbrandt:: ritv
Paul Weidner; police justice. I. J. Shea
nan; justice of the pence, William
A map of Ireland made of hairs taken
from the heads of the different members
of the McLean family is in the possession
of Mrs. A. McLean of Pelham, Ga.
RF. VOf IN NEED?
Want a cook
Want, a partner
Want a situation
Wont to rent room?
Want a sen-ant girl
Want to eell a farm
Want to sell a house
Want to exchange mivttiinfr
Want te ell household goods
Want to make any real estate loans
Ward to Rell or trade for anything
Want to find customers for anythim;
ISK THEsE COLUMNS.
"IS DAILY AKGI S DELIVERED AT YOU B
door even' CTeumii lor ISSsic per week.
tK7 ANTED- SITUATION AS Boi KKKEI'B K
orirencra otfliework; food reference, etc,
address 1". U. Box Mil), Davenport, Iowa.
FUR KENT THE K1CUMOND RESIDENCE,
on Twelfth street, neiir Aiken, in South b'is-k
Island. Apply at the office of the Kock Island
Is Life Worth Living?
That Depends Upon Your Health.'
Will on re you and keep you well.
For sale at Harper House Pharmacy.
M m&t if i
The ladies of Davenport
Rock Island, Moline and vicin
ity are invited to inspect our
stock of CLOAKS. Now is
the time to buy while assort
ments are complete.
-Bug, Hasler, Schwentser.
DRY GOODS COMPANY,
Up to the Mark.
the best shoes you can buy. Xotbinjr that is worth wLat vt: : .
it is dear, ami we haven't a dear shoe in our store. V.wiv.:'.:.' '
of Children's Foot Wear. Yon willjiiml just what vc ti tiro : '. '; .
and cheaper than elsewhere.
Wrigrlit & Greerjawalt,
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
Light on the
Rejfi these prices
liice lioot Scrub Hriisbes ... . Cc
Stove Uruslies 7C
Hair Brushes (jc
Cloth lirushes 3e
Hair Curlers ;-,c
Kirk's Turkish Math Soap. . . . I5e
-'17. 1'17 West Second Street. 1 1 i m
It is scarcely ':.
justice to stiy lha; ti,.-v :.:
the mark I !n-v :i-, L- , ,
to be a little bi-vond y
not treat vour 1-. : ;
They are the v i .r; .
if you can not - ;i :'.
den. vcu can at ..: :
L considcratel v. k:u.;. ;
and you will be enligh;
Kirk's Jim lltini ":ip...
Kirk's Juvenile S -ap
Tinware, Pila-sware. Ci
ware, Lamps, ami a::
less variety of H
FAIR AND ART SI OK?.
WE ARE SHOWING TEE
GRANDEST ARRAY 0?
Kver exhiliite.l in the
the newest and laie-t '
both foreign ami domes! lo.
styles are exclusively our
Hundreds of trimmed I.
choose from, from the
expensive to the richest r
Our Cloak Department i- ?
to none. Having careful
iected our stock from the f:
j centers of the world, wo at
pared to show a mo-t r'
Fall and Winter Cloak:
114 WEST SECOND STREET.
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