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LAUREN8, 8. C, Juno 13, 1898.
Among' the "Conservative" pa
pers In Sputh Carolina there la not
ono which cares to see faction and
discord among the while demo
crats of this State. We know of
none which have not applauded
acts of the Tlllraan administration
and nearly all have repeatedly
commended the Governor on one
account or another. As a rule the
Conservative press is fair and
frank and tells the truth.
Those papers who pose as the
peace-makers, as the chosen instru
ments to unify sentiment, as the
patent eradloators of all the pois
onous humors of our State politics
do in the profuse testimonials of
theirown virtue of course insinuate
that all the rest of us are disturbers
of the public peace but wo can for
give it. When a newspaper assumes
a monkish role and a saintly couu
tenanco; ascends a pedestal built ot
its own flimsy assertions, and pro
claims itself as peculiarly and com
paratively |holy the discreet public
very Justly explains the ludicrous
proceeding as an advertising
scheme, as more'ly another way of
suggesting that a few more sub
scribers might be accommodated.
As such it is excusable.
To the Abbeville Press and Banner:
Dear contemporary:?When a
certain sentence of a cortain edi
torial which appeared in the issue
of this paper dated May 80th ult.
which you quote and inquiringly
speculate upon in your own last
issue was penned the editor of this
paper had not you in mind.
Rather than infringe upon any
darling privilege you may claim to
mention or reproach the Haskell
ites when ever you may feel so dis
posed we refrain from Insisting
upon the advisability of your ceas
ing it,?what though we expose
ourselves to the charge of retreat
ing from our position. And further,
let us assure you that we look upon
you as not only abundantly self
respecting, but worthy of the sin
cere respect of your neighbors.
The fact is, contemporary, we
are sorrowfully but speedily drift
ing to the conclusion that the safest
thtng for newspapers of our politi
cal persuasion to do Is to quarrel
and "kick up the dickens of a row"
among ourselves. While the State,
and the Greenville News, and we
if not you are snarling and sneering
and squabbling over nothing there
is every prospect that the Illumi
nators of the enemy will grow dis
orderly. Therefore, we shall not
murmur or grieve if you feel called
upon in your issue each week to
seize Haskelli8m by the nape of
tho neck and slam it Mgainst the
Iu a brief special to the daily pa
pers of the State printed last week
tho lynching of a* negro for "in
sulting" a white woman was men
tioned. The occurenco was said to
havo taken place at "Fort Madi
son," a town or village or post ofllco
which wo have not been able to lo
To insult a white woman or any
honest woman is a scandalous and
detestable offence but it is not a
crime that will justify or excuse
the infliction of death as a punish
ment. Tho special did not indi
cate the character of the "Insult"
\ai if it was nothing more than an
insult and not accompanied with
violence there was no shadow of
excuse to justify the taking of the
life of the offender.
The Plckens Sentinel sniffs war
among tho Reformers and hints
that tho Conservatives should
maintain an "armed neutrality"
next year. We fain would agree
with the Sentinol that tho Conser
vatives "should not have anything
to do with politics next year"?or
in years to come. We suspect that
our poople are but indifferent poor
players in the game.
"But what a shaking up there
will be next year. There are two
factions of the reform party and
tho contest is likely to be between
them. It is none of our fight and
it would be well for tho Conserva
tives to keep their hands off and
let them fight It out among them
selves. We think It the best thing
for the Conservatives to do?not
have anything to do with politics
Since last week's Issue the Ad
vkrtiser has boon Informed that
the office to which Col. J. Wash
Watts was appointed by Governor
Tillman carries with it a little pay,
enough to recompense Col. Watts
for bis trouble. Col. Watts has
boon the recipient then of similar
favors from Governor Tillman and
Capt. Shell, In the bestowal of
which the Captain appears to have
committod tho diabolical crime of
treason to his friends while the
Governor's little kindness to an
Antl has beon found deserving of
not the slightest condemnation.
"All tho world's a stage and air
the men and women merely play
ers" among whom Edwin Booth,
tho actor, who died last week filled
the rolo of a good and noble man. ,
?W T. M.? (?Magister,") has a
communication in Sunday's Green
ville News which opens thus:
"As my letter in reply to the
Laurensvllle Herald's attack on
me for my criticism or Senator
Irby's attitude on the Laurens
lynching has been refused publica
tion in my county, and being a reg
ular reader and subscriber of the
News, and knowing so well the In
dependence and impartiality of
that journal, I respectfully request
that the following reply totho Her
ald be published in the News, and
trust that you will find it conven
ient to comply with my request."
When "Maglster's" article ap
peared in the Advertiser of May
23rd ull. we said editorially: "Tho
Advertiser will havo nothing
further to say on this subject be
cause we do not see that Its discus
sion will do good now." That ex
plains our subsequent stleuco and
tho refusal by us of "W. T. M.'s"
It has been nearly two thousand
years since Brutus and that faction
devoted "to the good of Rome" was
defoated and the republic fell Into
the hands of tho "Triumvirate"
who despotically ruled It, but It Is
curious to note how history 13 re
peated heroin South Carolina. The
latest point in which the paralell is
maintained is "that Lepldus (onoof
the Triumvirs) after the battle of
Philipp!" has been deprived of bis
power "on the unfounded charge of
treasonable conduct." Wo quote
the words of history.
The commencement exercises of
the Presbyterian College of South
Carolina at Clinton are in progress
this week. This institution is grow
iug in popular favor, its faculty is
being enlarged, its endowment is
being increased, its curriculum is
being advanced and tho Impression
Is becoming general that It is des
tined to take an honorable rank
among Southern Colleges.
Oh ye recalcitrant "reformers!"
take heed, take heed 1 A peniten
tial mood is your only safety and
submission in sackcloth and ashes
your last means of escape from the
wrath of the bosses. Therefore
prostrate yourselves and replace
your necks under the tyrant's feet
ere you have been drowned like
blind kittens in a duck pond.
The Columbia papers declare that
their city has at last obtained good
water. It Is presumed that the
people of the town Intend to use it
as a beverage after the Dispensary
gets under way and that they were
determined that their article
.should be as pure of its kind as
Governor Tlllman's liquors.
The Aiken Times opines that the
Tillmanite candidate for Governor
next year must be a bold, daring,
aggressive leader who will force
the fighting and wo have no trouble
in picturing to ourselves a half
Prince R-upert half Jack Cade, as
the kind of a hero whom It Is im
patient to publicly worship.
If the next Governor Is to bo such
a man as Capt. Tillman, we are
in favor of the Captain himself for
a third term. Put the Advertiser
down a Tillmanito to that extent.
If we are to have Tlllmanlsm at
all give us the pure stuff.
To Col. Larry Gantt, formerly of
Athens Ga., or else an Athenian
lady, "Reform" is indebted for the
suggestion of the dispensary and
the dispensary will not be the first
historic gift from the Greeks to dis
appoint tho sanguine hopes of those
who received it.
The State aptly and truly says:
"Few men have loft the Bench
with more friendship, more re
spectful admiration, than Judge
Kershaw; and as he passes out of
public life after many years of de
voted service to his people, we,
who are not in power now can
point to him and say with pride:
Such are the men we delighted to
There lingers no doubt about the
court martialingof Reformer Shell.
His political doom was heralded
by the Register and since then
numbers of "reform" weeklies have
volunteered to assist In executing
him as a deserter.
When the saloons have all been
closed Senator John Gary Evans
will conclude that "me and Bennie
killed the bar." But there will be
nn abundance of big game left In
Way of tigers.
Why does not the State engngo
in every immoral trade in which
there Is the possibility of profit and
which ought to have police regula
tion if not suppression ?
The republicans of Ohio have re
nominated McKinley for, Governor
whose qualifications for defeat are
equal to those of the average pro
Look here, Grover, old follow, do
you mean to stain your soul with
sins of omission regarding South
Tho Southern Presbyterian since
Its removal to Clinton is maintain
ing Its enviable repute among ro
TheGovornor has appointed forty
constables tipon-whom devolve (he
duty of "belling" blind tigers.
We need the Australian ballot
system in South Carolina.
At the first indication of disorder,
the deranged or enfeebled condit
ion of the stomach, liver, or bowels,
should bo promptly rectified by
Ayer's Cathartic Pills. Thorns Pills
do not gripe, are perfectly safo to
take, and remove all tendency to
liver and bowel complaints.
Most of tbo wheat Is harvested
and aiost of the threshers will he
started by the time this appears iu
print. The crop is very good.
Miss Karon Owings who has
been visiting her sister, Mr.. 8. 8.
Boyd of your town, has returned
Madam rumor says wo will have
a wedding to report in our next
Miss Lizzie Pitts is quite sick at
this writing but we hope to hear
of her convalescent soon.
Mrs. J. D. Masters is also confined
to her bod.
Miss Mattio Owings, who hn*
been spending some time at Lau
rens, has been visit in;? her sister
Mrs. F. B. Hoi and, We always
welcome you Miss Mat tie.
We hoar a great deal of talk in
this section about Congressman
Shell having turned iu his politics.
No body will say that Capt. Shell
is a fool, and if ho is an anti now
he has never been anything else;
but does it make him an autl be?
cause he endorses a man for office
who is an anti if ho bo compotent
to fill his office? I supposo that
Capt. Shell and Col. Watts have al
ways been personal friends, and is
tho time coining when wo aro to
fall out with our neighbors just
simply because their political views
differ from ours. Is not an anti as
good nnd as well quuliflcd to fill
offices as a .Tilltnaii man. Just
such a racket as has been kicked
up about Capt. Sholl endorsing Col.
Watts for an office, which every
one knows ho can fill, is not tho
way to restoro peace and harmony
in South Carolina. Aro wo npt all
Domocrats from beneath tho same
flag, and if Mr. A does not agree
with Mr. B In politics that is no
reason thai they should fall Out
with each other. Let us have peace
In the Democratic parly, and if
Capt. Sholl has turned he Is man
enough to tell you so.
Mr. J. B. Hill tolls us ho Is going
to engage In tho feather business.
Mr. S. F, Boland has tho first ripe
peaches wo have seen this season.
Rev. J. A. Martin preached a
vory interesting sermon at Mr,
Olive last Sunday. Jack.
Tho rain has at last ceased and
General Green is making advances
on us with all of his powor.
Wheat and oats have all been
harvested in this section with the
exception of sonio oats that were
sown in the Spring.
Miss Bessie Goddurd, who has
been teaching in Abbeville, S. C,
Is now at home, her school having
Miss Mattio Owings, who has
been visiting in your town, has re
Mrs. John Hill is visiting at W.
Mrs. Warren Cooper is visiting
Miss Addle Daniel, who has been
assisting her brother touch has re
turned to her home at this place.
Rev. J. A. Martin and family vis
ited in this section last week.
Mrs Jano Weathers is still quite
ill, not expected to live. Jim.
It Is not what Its proprietors say
but what Hood's Sarsaparilla does
that tells tho story of its merit.
Hood'a Sarsaparilla cures.
Cross Hill Notes.
The exercises of our High School
closed on Friday tho 2nd inst. The
friends and patrons of the school
were present in large numbers and
all were delighted with the teacher
and the scholars. Tho examination
showed that the teacher had not
negligently dono his work but was
thorough and-painstaking and tho.
pupils by their prompt and correct
answers to questions, evinced a
familiarity with thoir books which
could como only from study and
A picnic dinner was sorved at
tho proper time, which was greatly
enjoyed by everyone. Cross Hill
is highly favored by having such
fine schools and teachers.
Tho Quarterly Conference of tho
Waterloo Circuit convened at the
Methodist church in this place on
Saturday, tho 2rd inst. Tho delib
erations of tho Conference were
presided over by^tho Rev. J. B,
Campboll, the Presiding Elder of
Cokesbury district, Wo wero pre
vented by illness from being pres
ent, but have been informed that,
all the work of the con/erence was
of a satisfactory character and was
profitable to all who attended.
There was preaching every day
and night for soino days after the
conference adjourned. Rev. J. B.
Campbell, Rev. J. C. Stone and
Rev. John Manning preached many
good and eloquent sermons and all
tho people wore delighted as well
as instructed and edified.
Miss Nancy Thompson, an aged
lady of this community, died on
tho 2nd inst. after a brief nines-.
Aunt Nancy was a good woman,
loved by all and by her Christian
walk and conversation proved tho
truth and value of tho Gospel. Sho
was laid to rest In the cemotery
along side of many of her family
and thero with them she awaits
the resurrection of tho Just.
Rain in a undanco and grass and
cotton both ^rowing. Scribe.
Mrs. Harriot Marble, of Pough
keepsie, N. Y., was years a martyr
to headache, and never found any
thing to glvo her moro than tem
porary relief until sho began to
tako Ayer's Pills, since which sho
has beon in tho enjoyment of por
Young Men Head This,
Dr. Woodrow, presldont of tho
South Carolina College has Issued
an official notice to tho young men
of tho State. Ho says: "Entrance
examination to the South Carolina
College will be hold in tho college
library on Monday and Tuesday,
Juno 2Gth and 27th. Studonts who
desire to enter the collego In Sop
tembcr aro earnestly advised to
present thomsolvos at tho Juno
examination. Thoy can thus learn
what additional preparation may
be needed. If tho deficiencies are
aro not too great, further study du
ring tho summer months may on
able tho applicant to enter uncon
O. A. Thompson, Seymour, Ind.,
Ind., writes: "My sister Jennie,
whon sho was n young girl, suf
fered from whito swelling, which
greatly impaired her genorul health
and made her blood veiy Impure.
In tho spring she was not able to
do anything and could scarcely got
about. Moro than a year ago sho
took three bottlos of Botanic Blood
Balm, and now sho is porfoctly
Mr. William Osborn
Ulbson City. IU.
85 Years of Misery With
A Perfect Cure by HOOD>8.
"About 88 years ago I got overheated
while at work In tho harvest field, and was
sick abed for throo months. When I got
on my feet again I found that I had a bad
kidney trouble and chronic diarrhoea,
which has drawn on mo for over 85 years.
Just Think of My Misery.
I dared not eat anything more than would
barely keep mo alive. For years I felt that
my stay on earth would bo short. I havo
times without number been in such distress
ful pain and aching that I could not t urj i my
solf In bed, and I would havo to ask my
Hood's at Cures
wife to tako hold of my hands and turn
mo. In all thoso years I employed tho best
physicians hut nothing gavo mo permanent
relief. I had an Iron constitution, or I
could not havo stood tho drain upon mo.
In tho fall of 18871 was so weak I could
not work. I concluded I would try Hood's
Sarsaparllla. To my surprlso and great
Joy I soon found that It was doing me good
and when I had used 7 bottles I was per
fectly cured. It Is now 4 years aud tho
Cure was Perfect and Permanent.
??For tho past four years I havo enjoyed
lifo and felt hotter and younger than In any
of tho 35 years preceding. I endured every
thing a human being could and live, and
I will recommend Hood's Sarsaparllla lops
gs I live." Wm. Osbobn, Gibson City, III.
HOOD'S Pills oure liver Ills, constlpaUon,
(Ulousness, jaundice, slok Ueadacho, uidlgosUoo,
OR. HATHAWAY & GO
Aro the lending and moat successful specialists and
?v 111 glva you help.
Youiiit nnil mid
dle aged men.
sult* havo follow
ed our treatment.
Mnny yean of
Mil led rtlld 8UCCC.M
In the iisa of cura
tlvo methods that
wo 111<>n? ownani
control for all dis
orders of men who
havo woak, unde
veloped or dis
eased organs, or
who arc suffering
from errors or
outh and cxcc4
r who arc nervous
Tho scorn of their
fellows and tho
contempt, of their
friends and com
Fonions, leads us
hey can vosslhly
be'restored, our own exclusive treatment
will nflorri it euro.
WOSII5NI Don't you want to get cured of that
nrtdkMH with a treatment that you can uso at
homo without Instruments? Our wonderful treat
ment has cured others. Why not you? Try it.
CAT ATI Rlt.nnd diseases of tho Skin, Blood,
Heart, Liver and Kidneys. .
STPmi.IS?The most rapid, safo and elloctlvo
remedy. A complcto Cure Quurunteed.
SKIV DIST.AMrs of oil kinds earedwhero
many others havo failed.
VNNATTnAt ItINCIIA KOI'M promptly
cured Inn few days. Quick, sure and safo. This,
Includes Glcot and tionorhoeu.
TRUTH AND FACTS.
Wo havo cured cases of Chronic Diseases that
havo failed to set cured at tho hands of other epcclal
l.'teand medical Institutes.
_mm. B KM KM II Kir that there Is hopu
for You. Consult no other, as you may wnsto valuable
time. Obtain our treatment at onco.
"Beware of freo and cheap treatments. Wo glvo
tho liest nndmost scientific treatment nt moderate
rTiers?as low as can ho done for safo and akUlful
rentiueut. FKEH consultation at thootU.-oor
by mall. Thorough examination and careful diag
nosis. A homo treatment can ho given in a majority
of cases. Send for Symptom Plank No. 1 for Men
? No. 'i for Women; No. 8 for Skin Diseases. All eorrj
spondeneo answered promptly. Hut loess strictly con
fldeutlal. Kntlro treatment sent freo from observa
ilou. Kef er to our patients, banks and business meu,
AddrcES or call on
DR. HATHAWAY & CO ,
*?i-3 South Broad Street, ATLANTA, O'
On account of prohibiting tho sale
of liquors, which will tako effect
the 1st day of July and as a law
abiding citizen, I will sell at onco
regardless of cost my well known
stock of all kinds of liquors, wines
and brandies, bcor, cigars and to
bacco. My 18 years dealings with
my customers is sufficient guaran
tee for salo of pure goods, honest
measure and low prices. Goods
must and will be sold at once. Now
Is your tiino to buy.
Apr. 25, 93. L*. KOPPEL.
Arc very essential when a
person is ill and adulterat
ed medicines cannot possi
bly have the curative
powers like wholesome
DE. B, P. POSEY
keeps nothing but the best and
purest Drugs and Medicines
and people wanting anything
in my line will do well to call.
I also carry a large slock of
Toilet Articles, Stationery, Tobacca,
Cigars, Colognes, Toilet and
Laundry Soap and a hundred
and one other things kept in
a first-class Drug Store. I keep
of reliable houses constantly on
hand and sell them at reasonable
prices. Yours for mutual benefit,
Bo Fo F?SE?9
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST.
New Barber Shop,
In (lie Kolie.lsi.il ltiilltllng,
TWO DOORS FROM THE POST OFFICE.
rollto Attention and ?ood Work
Promisod All Customors.
And windy advertising uns?rported by facts have played out. Trashy
merchandise can no longer be palmed off on an intelligent
public for first class goods. People have learned to
discriminate between the good and the spuri
ous. Herein lies the secret of
It is selling the BEST at the price of Inferior Articles and strictly
avoiding MISREPRESENTATIONS that has Won the Hearts and
Pockets of the people for us. Let others do as they will wc will adhere
strictly to our rule?
"BEST GOODS POK THE LEAST MONEY."
For the best 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 cts. Dress Goods come to see us.
For the best 35, 45, 50, 65 and 75 cts. Dress Goods come to see us.
For the best 85c, 1.00, 1.25, 1.50, 1.75 2.00 and 2.50 Dress Goods
come to sec us.
For the best line of the newest things in Ladies' Hals come to sec us.
For a White Lawn at 5cts, worth Sets, come to sec us.
For India Linen at 8, 10, 12$ and 15 cts, worth io, 12$, 15 and 2octs,
come to sec us.
For beautiful Plaid Lawns at 8, 10, 12 and i5cts, worth 25 per cent,
more money, come to see us.
For the best line of novelties in Printed Goods come to sec us.
For the best line of Shoes in Western Carolina come to see us.
Our Clothing Stock
Can't be downed in Quality, and our prices have been made with a spe
cial view of moving it, and our large sales in this department
warrants us in saying our figures arc right.
FOR NOBBY AND STAPLE STRAW HATS WE ARE
We Are On Top Once Again.
And am prepared to furnish anything In my hue at reasonable
rates. New Goods arc arriving every day. Mending and repair
Ing done at short notice and special attention given to watches.
And in Fact Everything Kept in a First Clnsa Establishment. Call at
r a ?cs
Jewelry Store, Southwest Corner of Public square.
harris' L1THIA PIUKGS, S. C.
Alter a long and varied exporieneo in thouaool' Mlnoral Waters ll'ol1nI,'"1?!,y
sources, both foroign and domestic, I am fully persuaded that IIALUIK 1.1 ijj1a
WAT Kit possesses efnoaoy In tho treatment of nlllbaions of tho Kidney and
Illaddor unequalled by any other wator of which I havo inado trial.
This opinion is based upon observation of its of loot 8 on my patients lor tbe past
threo yoars, during which time I havo proscribed it freoly and almost uniformly
with beneut In tbo medicAblo maladies abovo mentioned.
When failure to relievo has occurred, 1 haye Imputed it to Insttfuoient usoortno
Wator, for my oxporlonco teaches me, that from 0110 to tiv? quarts dally should bo
ta ton from two to four weeks, to seoure Its full remedial eftbets.
A. N.TALLY, M. I)., Columbia,S.O.
J. T. HARRIS. Waterloo, S. C.
Dear Slr: -I lind groat bonellt from tho uho of your Mihla Wator. I consider
It a lino tonic, and goneral regulator Of tho digestion, as well as -very ofnoaoiOUS 111
IhoRo diseases for which Mthla is considered somewhat of n spoolfic.
JUDGE J. lb KKKSii aw, Campen, s. 0.
My wifo has boon using your Lltbla Water and Is very much bOUOfitod. I con
\n, Abbeville, S. 0.
luv nnu u?n utwii wvimm .j*-'"* uivuin 11 nwi hum .w .....
sldor It in ovory respect equal to tho famous Buffalo Lltbla Wator.
JUIK1K J. S. COTHH.
-FOR SALE BY
SHUMATE & GARRETT and KENNEDY BROTHERS.
Be Hiiro to go to Dr. J, A. Martin's New
Drug Store for your Drugs, Modicinos,
Lad I oh Toilot (loodn, Hroatli Perfumes,
Diamond DIoh, Tube Paints, Indcliblo
Ink, Stationery, Tobacco, Cigars and a
huudrod otbor things usually Kopt in a
Drugstore. Hond your can for tho best
Wime or red oil and you willHond again.
Special inducements aro now ollcrod to
practicing physicians in tho wuy of
Fresh Drugs, Tbc Cheapest Drugs
and tho liest Driifts. Dr. Hiokonbakor,
n in it class prescription olorl?,who has
had sovoral years oxporionco aa a Drug
Salosmnn and Proscription Clerk Ih now
in ohargo of tho Di ug Store and takes
special interest in lllling prescriptions
and waiting on customers. Sond in your
ordorsand bo oonvincod that Dr. lllokln*
bakor is I he man to savoyou money.
J. A. MARTIN.
L, ?. BURNS & CO.
Call and soo our many bargains to bo
found among our immense stock ol
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Groceries,
Tinware, OlnnnwoTO, Wood ware,
Hardware ICtO. Groat I fid 1100?
montM In stoves and Kurnlturo.
Huwing-iiinchihos?high and low
arm -at a job. f.inool Drugs wry
cheap. Dig lot of Confectionery,
TO HA CCO and CIGARS.
Our goods iniisl, shall und will ho sold.
Wo havo opened a NKW BTORI? at
Itarksdale, S. C. btit aro doing Inisinoss
also at our DDI) STAND near Little
Knob, S. ('. With many thanks lor tho
past favors and hoping for a continuance
ol tho same, wo arc.
Your obodlout servant*,
L. E. BURNS & CO.
O-cu? Inlett jform.1
Not our Political but our Business platform is bound to be popular
with all parties. Here are the planks on which we stand.
For all customers from over charges, mis-statements or poor values.
With everyone who buvs of us for the cheapest goods on the market.
Between buyer and seller. We make a small profit. You get extra values
Of shoddy goods, inflated values and oppressive high prices.
Of course "The People's Store" is where "The People's Party" buy
their goods. That is the simple, tiuthful platform on which we present
these canidatcs to you.
Domestics, Hosiery, Underwear,
Notions, Trimmings, Buttons,
Gloves, Knitton Cotton,
BOOTS AND FINE SHOES
Slippers, Oxford Ties, Hats,
Umbrellas, Parasols, Etc.
Full line of Stationery, Drugs and
Perfumery, Hardware, Saddlery,
Harness, Whips, Crockery and
Sugar, Coffees, Bacon, Lard, Corn
Flour, Sewing Machines, Etc.
If you like the platform patronize the Canute.
We arc not asking any favors at the hands of Mr. Cleveland, but we
do beg that you examine these lines and our prices.
J. 0. C. FLEMING & CO.
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