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A TRAINING SCHOOL OF HIGH
GRADE FOR BOYS.
SECOND TERM M&G1N8 WBBUABY 1.
Courses offered preparatory either for
College or Business. Students can enter
from February 1 to 15th to advantage, as
new clashes will be formed and new sub?
jects begun. Parents wdio have sons ^to
educate will lind it to their interest to
consider the'merlts of this Institution.
SIDNEY SPEIDEN HANDY,
THBY ARB KERB."
li takes four months to get them after
giving the order, as they are mane in
Paris They are the equal of most Tooth?
brushes that usually sell for :>? to 50
cents. They are fully guaranteed and
the price is only 25 cents. Each brush is
branded on the handle ".Made for II. C.
Fragrant Antiseptic Dentifrice.
bot tles only 55 cents.
We make it.
H. C. BARN KS.
He Puts l'p Prescriptions.
? PINE, OAK AND HICKORY Wood
at 210 Sa lern avenue. W K.ANDREW?
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There Will be a Joint Session of
Congress on February 10.
WHEN THE ELECTORAL VOTE OF
THE COUNTRY WILL BE
COUNTED AND THE RESULT
PROCLAIMED TO TEE PEOPLE
MR. CHANDLER INTRODUCES A
RESOLUTION IN THE SENATE
LOOKING TO BIMETALLISM.
Washington, Fob. 8.?Nearly all of to?
day's session was spent by the House in
listening to n discussion of the contro?
versy now raging between two electric
lighting companies in the District of <'o
ltunb'a, which found its expression with
consideration ?f the hill making appro?
priations for tin- District for the year end?
ing Juno 80, ls'.)S. The bill remains the
unfinished business on the calendar.
The House passed the diplomatic and
consular appropriation bill, with trifling
changes. The consulate at, Ilargcn,
Switzerland, salary $3,000, was abolished
and the total appropriation made#1,017,
The usual resolution was agreed to pro
riding for a joint session of Congress on
the lOtli instant to count, the electoral
vote and declare the result.
Mr. Grosvenor, proposing that the
matter of tin- election ol a President anil
Vice-President, in thin republic was al?
ways a matter of momentous Importance
to the people of the United states involv?
ing, as it did, the perpetuity of Institu?
tions oi the country, asked and obtained
consent go print in the Record a table he
had prepared showing the vote of every
State nt the late election. lie said he
had heen induced to prepare it largely by
reason of the publication of a Senate doc?
ument, which asserted that in that elec?
tion a sufficient volume of illegal vote:-,
had been cast, in sixteen States,
by the census, of lsini. to change the
result, which a count of honest votes
aluno would have shown as a matter of
fact. Mr. Grosvenor stated that but four
States?West Virginia, Indiana, Illinois
and Iowa, hail cast more votes in 180B
than the census showed there were mates
of the voting age in 13U?.
An additional movement in the direc?
tion of bimetallism was made in the Sen?
ate today by Mr. Chandler. It, was in the
shapo of a resolution declaring ic to be
the sense of the Senate that the United
States should not permanently acquiesce
in the single gold standard and that, the
efforts of the government in all its
branches should be directed to secure and
maintain the use'fof'HW^sr as well as gold
as standard money, with the free coinage
of both. The resolution went, over with
notice from Mr. Chandler that he would
address the Senate upon it.
The conference report, on the emigra?
tion bill was taken up and was argued in
a long speech by Mr. Gibson, who raised
the parliamentary point, against it, that,
the conference committee had exceeded
its powers and had liijeutefi new matter
into the bill. An equally long speech
was made in defense of the conference
committee and the bill by Mr. Lodge.
Much indiguation was expressed by
Mr. Lodge at interference with legislation
on the part of the North German Lloyds
and its agent In Chicago to prevent the
passage of the bill. If the bills were de?
feated, he said, it would he taken as the
victory of a corporation on a groat ques?
tion of public policy. The report went
over without action, Mi. Hill giving no?
tice ihat he would speak against it to?
morrow on the parliamentary point raised
by Mr. Gibson.
The remainder of the day's session was
taken up by the Nicaragua canal bill.
Mr. Vllas, who had the floor to con?
tinue his speech against it, declined to
state whether he thought the bill could
be disposed of in such time as to give any
opportunity for other important legisla?
tion. He gave notice of a substitute for
the bill which would provide for too ap?
pointment for an interoceanic canal com?
mittee, to have surveys and investiga?
tions made for the determination of most
feasible route for the canal.
Notice of another amendment was given
by Mr. Teller, also providing for a sur?
vey before any canal bonds arc guaran?
teed by the Government of the United
States, and that If the cost should be re?
ported as exceeding $15X1,000,000 no bonds
shall lie guaranteed and no responsibility
Mr. Vilas had not finished Iiis speech
when, at o:05;the Senate adjourned until
It is important that your horse and
cow be fed well this cold weather. The
place to buy your feed is Farmers' Supoly
Company. They keep Hay, Shucks,
Straw, Oats, Corn, and all kinds of chops.
PING REE WIN'S.
Lansing, Mich., Fob. 2.?The supreme
court to-day refused to issue the manda?
mus applied for by Attorney Fred A.
Raker last night, directing the council of
Detroit to declare the office of mayor va?
cant and order a special election to fill
the vacancy. The court held that there
is plenty of time before the next election
to let the case go through the proper
channel, the Wayne circuit ? Min t. The
contention was that Mayor Piugree by
his assumption of the office of governor
of Michigan had vacated the office of
mayor of Detroit.
MAY BE APPOINTED.
Louisville, Ky., Feb. 2.?A Frankfort,
Ky., dispatch, which is believed to bo
based on good authority, says: A. T.
Wood, of Mount Sterling, will be ap?
pointed United States Senator by Gover?
nor Bradley on March 7. Tin-legislature
will be called in extra session a few
weeks later. There will be n-> Senatorial
election until next January, unless the
legislature should conclude to elect Gov?
A $1,000,000 FiRE,
Pennsylvania's State House Com?
Harrisburg, Feb. 2.?A lire which
started in the rooms o? Lieut, Gov. Lyon
some time this morning, swept through
the ancient cupitol of [Pennsylvania, and
within an hour and a halt after the break?
ing oat of the Kataes the structure was
in ruins. The senate and bouse were
about to reconvene for their afternoon
session when the lire burst through
the walls and the law-makers were driven
for their lives to the open air.
As far as known no one was killed.
There were several in the building , when
the dome fell in and it is possible some
one may be under the ruins.
The most valuable of the State and leg?
islative records which were in the build?
ing were saved, but the records and sta?
tistics of the department of public in?
struction, which included much valuable
information bearing upon the nublic
schools of the State, were destroyed.
Tin; legislature will find a temporary
homo to-morrow in the United States dis?
trict courthouse and the legislature will
at once take steps to have the capitol re?
The total loss is estimated at nearly a
million of dollars, on which there is in?
surance of but $200,000. The origin of
the lire is unknown.
FIVE MIXERS ENTOMBED.
j Fire in a Michigan Mine Causes the Loss
of Five Lives.
I Hough ton, Mich., Fob. 2 ?The North
I Tamarack mine is on lire and live min?
ers are cut off from escape. The tire was
discovered this morning in a plat at the
ninth level of No. :> shaft, the Ramos
breaking out suddenly. Every effort is
beingmade to keep the lire from reaching
the shaft, which is heavily timbered, and
several streams of water are playing on
the fire from undeiaround mains. The
Imprisoned men will probably bo saved if
the flames can be speedily extinguished.
Later. All hop.; has been abandoned
for the men caught in the burning mine.
The necessity of forcing air into the burn?
ing level in order to supply the entombed
men with a chance for life has added to
the fury of the names, and to-night or?
ders were issued to seal up the shaft.
The fire was discovered at 7 a. m. in the
ninth level of No. 15 shaft, nearly 500 feet
deep. The lire is in the most productive
ground of the mine und though its dura?
tion may be shon, it will make a large,
j deficiency in the February production.
SPINAL COLUMN SEVERED;
A Virginia Thief Shot .by Wanamaker's
Philadelphia, Feb. 2.?A man was de?
tecting pilfering in Wanamaker's si ore
this evening. lie was followed to the
street by Win. M McCalley, a detective
at the store, who ordered the man to sur?
render himself to arrest. He told McCal?
ley that if he cftme a foot nearer be would
McCalley drew?bis revolver and the man
turned and ran. McCalley fired .-it him
and struck him in the back. The man
was taken to the hospital, where it was
found that t he ball had severed bis spinal
column and his entire body was paralyzed.
lie gave his name as Win. Drumgold,
of Brunswick county, Yn. The man can
hardly survive his injuries.
THE SIX COMPANIES DISSOLVE.
San Francisco. Feb. 2.?With the Chi?
nese New Year the Six Companies, the
most powerful, richest and most far-reach?
ing Chinese organization in America,
goes out of existence. For a year and a
I half, ever since the four provincial or?
ganizations, Youg, Chow, Pop Poo and
Choo Hing and others composing the See
Yup federation, withdrew th?*ir active
support and formed the Four Companies,
the Six Companies have been practically
in liquidation. The organisation was
the arbitrator of quarrels, both business
and person!*!, between the Chinese
throughout the country and the agency
though which the police and even the
State(Departmeut dealt with that people.
FOR AX OLD CK IMF,.
London, Feb. 2.?Edward Taylor, alias
Arthur W. Platt, who is under arrest
here for the killing of Jesse Tyree, in
Kentucky in l!Sl)?, was formerly ex?
tradited in tho Bo iv street police court
to-day and will be taken to America at
once by t he Kentucky officers who came
here to secure him.
NEW PLAX Oi< EASY PAYMENTS.
The new plan of easy payments without
interest of the Hobble Piano Co. is the
simplest, .airest, and safest of any offered.
It will commend itself to any intelligent,
mind, and Is the only absolutely safe in?
stallment system upon which an instru?
ment can be bought. See Hobble Piano
Co. for particulars.
Til BEE KILLED OUTRIGHT.
Brookhaven, Miss., Feb. 2.?A terrific
botler explosion occurred at Brister &
Co.'s saw mill at Boguo Chitto, ttsn miles
south of here, this morning. Simpson
Scott, .lohn Brunning anil a negro boy
named Xelson Buchanan were killed out?
right. Tom McGhee, Mac McCnffer'y,
a young man named Smith and a negro
giri, sister of Buchanan, were seriously
wounded. McCafferty will probably die.
FOUR CUBANS ESCAPED.
Key West, Fla., Feb. 2.?It is rumored
in the city that, font "Cubans landed on
the beach last, night from n small bo it.
They are said to have escaped from prison
in Havana. They h id been sentenced to
life imprisonment for political crimes.
Denhison, Tex., Feb. 2.?S. I. Wheat
was today appointed receiver for the
Southern Building and Loan Association
of Knoxville, 'l ean., and his bond placed
at $20,000. It is dinioult to estimate tl c
amount of loans the company has in the
State. It is Likely that it will exceed $1,
Have you tried our Brush Mountain
Coal- It is the liest in town. Fanners'
Supply Company. j
Th? Anglo-Venezuelan Treaty Was
Signed at Washington.
THE BRITISH AND VENEZUELAN
MINISTERS MEET AT SECRE?
TARY OLNEY'B OFFICE AND AF
EIX THE Iii SIGNATURES TO A
DOCUMENT WHICH ENDS A CON?
TROVERSY OF NEARLY A CEN?
Washington. Feb. 3.?The Anglo-Vene?
stuelun treaty was signed by Sit- Julian
Pabncefote, tbe British ambassador, antl
Senor Jose Andrnde, the Venezuelan,
minister, in the ofllce of Secretary Olney
at 4:50 tliis afternoon, signalizing the
amicable termination of a controversy
that ha* lasted nearly a century, as well
as the resumption of diplomatic relations
between *ho two countries which had
been suspended for ten years. The am?
bassador, accompanied by Henry Outram
Bai:-Ironside, attache of am bossy, reached
the department just before I o'clock and
a few moments Inter the Venezuelan
minister appeared with Mr. Ponte, secre
tarj of legation, and lanes .1. Storrow,
the counsel of Venezuela before the ar?
bitral i rlbtmnl.
Senor Andrnde brought with hin? a
maguilicent pen with which the Impor?
tant document was signed. It was sent,
to him by his brother, who, it is univer?
sally conceded, would be the next presi?
dent of the Venezuelan republic and to
whom it will be returned. It consists of
a gold pen fastened in a holder made
from an eagle's quill, bearing midway
from it-tip n gold heart, thickly en?
crusted with diamonds.
While the two plenipotentiaries were
j formally exchnuiring their credentials the
copies of the treaty, which were printed,
wore carefully compared by Mr. Bux
Ironsides anil Mr. Cridlcr,chief of the fcu
reau, who hail made all the drafts of the
j document and printed the copies. They
were in the British language, Spanish not
I being used, although the tongue ol Veno
I zuela, the only difference being that in
the Venezuelan copy that country is men?
tioned always llrst, and in the British
The Briti sh ambassador signed ".1 ultan
Pouneefote'' to both copies. Senor An
dr.ule following affixed his signature anil
oflixfill their respective seals. The for?
malities having been quickly completed,
there was a general exchange of congrat?
ulations, which were pressed upon Secre?
tary Olnej with cordiality.and before live
o'clock the negotiators had returned to
their official residences.
APPLES. APPLES. APPLES.
We will sell at public auction this
morning at lit o'clock on Market square,
llfty barrels Baldwin anil Greening ap?
ples. CATOGNI BROS.
MR. ROBERTS AT HE5T.
Impressive Funeral Ceremony Over
"Pennsy's" I.ate President.
Philadelphia, Feb. v. ?In the Protest
nut Episcopal Church of St. Asaph, at
Mala, a suburb ol Philadelphia, there
gathered this evening a large and sor?
rowing throng to participate in the ser?
vice for the burial of the dead as con?
ducted over the body of George B. Rob?
erts, the lab- president of tin- Pennsylva?
nia Railroad Company. It was the sim?
ple but beautiful ritual of the Episcopal
At the residence of deceased prior to
the church services those most intimately
associated with Mr. lloherts during his
lifetime joined with the family ami tin
intimate Iricndsand relatives in the list
A guaranteed Hot Water Bottle all
A guaranteed Tooth Brush for 25 cents
Prescriptions tilled with accuracy anil
dispatch tit Massif's.
Till''. CHARGE PROVED. '
fjondou, Feb. 2.-?The decision for di?
vorce taken by Counte?s Cowloy against
her husband, Marl Cowley, the trial of
which w.is ended yesterday, was finally
disposed of to-day by the court, render?
ing .judgment in favor of the countess.
The decision was that desertion and adul?
tery on the part of the Earl had been
proved antVa decree was therefore granted
to the countess.
Borne, Go,, Feb. 2.? The University
here was closed to day on account of the
riotous conduct of students. Several of
the ringleaders were arrested.
GOEsToF !' OF BUSINESS
Spokane, Wash., Feb. 2.- The First
National Bank of Oaksdale, Spokane
county, has gone into voluntary liquida?
tion. Depositors arc asked to come and
get their inonef.
A BANK CLOSED.
Moscow, Idaho. Feb. 2.?The Moscow
National Bank was plo.se>1 yesterday |>y
Bnuk Examiner Engem- I. Wilson, of
Flensburg, acting under orders of Comp*
: rolle*- Eckels.
C- T. JENNINGS, Manager.
i RICHMOND MUSIS GO.
j Pianos, Organs, Music, &c.
2,500 MEN AFFECTED.
The Illinois Steel Company Makes
a Big Cut in Wages.
Chicago, Feb. 9.?Twenty-live hundred
men, employes of Illinois Steel Company,
of South Chicago, accepted a swooping
reduction in wages yesterday. Not .i
man, Irom the president down, was ex?
empt from the reduction. Five, ten and
fifteen per cent, was taken from each
clay's pay, hut there was nothing more
serious than grumbling and dark looks.
The cut did nob affect the members of
the Amalgamated Assoclatlsn of.Iron and
Steel Workers. The announcement u(
the cut was not all bad news, however,
for along with it the company expressed
its intention of soon taking buck the
thousand men it made idle a month ago.
These men have been suffering the keen?
est, poverty. In fact, many of them with
their families have been supported by
tlie charity workers of South Chicago.
ISy them the message from the coa.pany
was hailed with joy.
The Australian Fiend Arrested in San
San Francisco, Feb. '2.?The Swanhilda,
I from New Castle, Australia, arrived ibis
morning. Frank Butter, the Australian
murderer, was arrested and brought
ashore. Butler, who is also known in
j various sections of Australians Harwood,
A she. Burgess, Clare, Simpson and Wei?
ler, is n criminal of the most atrocious
Ho possessed the cunning of Deeming
and the facility of execution of H. II,
Hohnes. As is usual in such cases, Hut
lev is ncttscd of a number of crimes which
cannot at present be peeved against him,
although evidences of his guilt arc being
unearthed every hour. It is known bo
yond doubt, howe.vr, that at least two
men, Arthur Thomas Preston and dpt.
Lee Weller, met death at his hands wit'<
in the past four mouths. i
All persons wliD have not paid their
city taxes for the year 18011 are hereby
warned to come forward and settle, as
I shall proceed to collect same according
to law without, further notice.
J. P. rot >N, Collector,
COURT OF APPEALS
Richmond, Feb. 2.?The following are
proceedings of t he supreme court of ap?
Cheatham vs. (lower; argued by P. V.
Cogbill and George .Mason, and submit
Tatum vs. Bnllard and Bllctt vs. Mc
j Ghee; argued by W. O. tSkelton and II.
It. Pollard and continued until to mor?
The next cases to bo called are MorO
toek Insurance Company vs. Fostorln
Novelty Company, No. 54; Freeman vs.
Butler. No. ??.
$5 AND $6
IN YOUR POCKET
WE'RE STILL marino SUITS
AT $5 AND ?0 LESS than
ItEOt'LAIt PRICE?A saving OP
it sr so much to you if in
NEED OP ONE.
GILKESON & TAYLOR.
N. AND \V. FREIGHT WRECK.
Petersburg, Ya.. Feb. 2.?An east
bound freight train on the Norfolk and
Western road ran into another freight
train at nu early hour this morning.
The collision occurred about twenty-live
miles west, of Norfolk. Five cars and n
locomotive were wrecked. No one was
injured. The track was torn up for some
distance and all trains were delayed for
several hours. Three of the cars took
lire and were burned.
HE WON A VICTORY.
Albany, N. V.. Feb. 2. -Despite the
strong opposition against Louis Payne
for the position ol superintendent of In?
surance of this State, to which ollico be
was nominated last night by Governor
Black, the Senate this afternoon continu?
ed the nomination by a vote of 21 to 20,
For a month u'storm of disapproval has
swept over the State against Mr, Payne's
candidacy for the office and his enemies
have charged him with being a corrtip
t'onist and lobbyist, and be has been
most bitterly denounced on all sides.
His friends, however, made a hard light
for him, which resulted in his victory in
tltc Senate to-day.
DUPONT HAS NO CHANCE.
Wahington, Feb. 2.?The chance of Mr.
Dupont having his case reopened in the
Senate appears to he rather against him.
The committeeon privileges and elections
considered the case this morning and,
while it came to no conclusion, the drift
of the sentiment was that the matter
was res iidjudlcnta, and could nor be re?
opened. A conclusion will be reached at
a special meeting to be held Friday.
WATSON'S CASK POSTPONED.
Washington, Feb. 2.?The contested
election case of " Walson against Black,
from the Tenth Georgia district, occupied
the attention this morning of the House
committee No. 2. There was n general
drift of evidence submitted on both sides,
but it was postponed until Friday next.
DEATH oK A DUCHESS.
Madrid, Feb. 2. ?Marie Louise Ferdi?
nande, Duchess of Mi ntpensior, Is dead, I
She was ti? years of age. The duchess
was a sister of ex-Queen Isabella 11, of
Spam, grandmother of the King of Spain,
und was married In 18-10 t" the Duke of
Mont p?naler, who died In isw.
MAIL OARR1EK FRO'/EN.
Richmond, Feb. -'.?lohn 11. Driskell.
mail carrier between Keysvllle and
Abilene, in Charlotte county, was found
in the road this morning near Smlthvllle
frozen to death. He left Smlthvllle last
night about s O'clock,
I WAKING UP.
iti.i. goviBRRK assixt ateb riticss.
ALI. StUS NKIV.i OK 1UK WOULD.
Opinions in Gases of interest to
THE UNITED STATES COURT OK
APPEALS CONVENED AT RICH?
MOND YESTERDAY WITH ALL.
THE JUDGES | PRESENT ANT)
OPINIONS WERE HANDED DOWN
IN A LARGE [NUMBER OF IM?
ADMITTED TO PRACTICE.
Richmond, Va., Feb. 3.?The United
Hates circuit court of appeals convened
to-day at noon. with Judges Goff, Simon
ton and Brawley presiding. The follow?
ing opinions were handed down:
Travellers Insurance Company, plain?
tiff in error, vs. Mary Seldou, defendant
in error: in error to the circuit .court of
the eastern district- of Virginia at Rioh
mond; Judge Brawley. Reversed and rc
Robert M. Spcdden and Harvey E.
Durch, trading as Spedden ?!?-' Lurch, ap?
pellants, vs Ceo. Kooning and Nicholas
K. Ford, part owners of the steam tug
Mary Russell, appellees; appeal from the
dist rict com t of Maryland at Baltimore;,
opinion by Judge Brawley. Affirmed.
Geo. P. Hudson, claimant of the barge
Glide, appellant, vs.; Wm. H. Grslfflln,
administrator of Geo, W. Grafllin, de
ceased, and appellee; appeal from the dis?
trict court of Maryland, at Bnltimore;
opinion l>y Judge Golf. Affirmed.
R. F. Thomnsson, appellant, vs. Charles
IV. Bumpnss and VV. M. MeCandlish, a;>
pellees; appeal from the circuit court of
the eastern district of Virginia, at Rich?
mond; opinion by .fudge Morris.
w. I. Carpei-. sheriff, etc, administra?
tor of Edward N'ewsom, deceased', plaiu
tiiV in error, vs. 1". J, Kimball and Henry
Fink, receivers of the Norfolk and Wes?
tern Railroad Company, defendants in
error; in error to the circuit court of the
western district of Virginia at Auing
don; opinion by Judge GoiT. Afliruwd.
Henry C. King, appellant, vs. Alexan?
der McCllntock et. id., appellees; apneal
from the circuit court of West Virginia,
at Parkersburg; opinion by Judge Slmon
j ton. Affirmed.
I Brav.ilKa Bramble et. ol., owners of the
schooner William Fairen, appellants, vs.
I .las. \V. Culmor and Thomas B. Schall,
appellees; appeal from the district court
I of Maryland, at Baltimore; opinion by
Judge Bradley. Affirmed.
Steamship Bowdon, appellant, vs.
steamship Decatur H. Miller and steam
tug Venus, appellees; appeal from the
district court of Maryland, at Baltimore;
opinion by Judge Simonton. Reversed
and remanded with direction to divide
Alfred P. Thorn, receiver of the Atlan?
tic and Danville Railroad Company,
claimant, of steamboat City of Chester,
appellant, vs. Norfolk and Carolina Rail?
road Company, appellee: appeal from the
district court of the eastern district of
Virginia, at Norfolk; opinion by Judge
Si mouton. Roversed, remanded with in?
structions to divide the damages.
Henry C. King appellant, is. I*. B.
Buskirk, and M. B. Mulllna, appellees;
appeal from the eiicult court of West:
Virginia, at Parkersburg; opinion by
Judge Simonton. Affirmed.
Win. Vi. Ritter, appellant, vs. Alfred
.1. Ullman and William G. W. D?eger,
appellees: appeal from the circuit court
of West Virginia, at'Charleston; opinion
by Judge Simonton. Affirmed.
Carter Machine Company, appellant,
vs. B. H. 1 lanes & Co., appellees; appeal
from the cue it court of the westemjlis
trict of North Carolina, at Greensboro:
opinion by .ludgo Simonton. Aflirmod.
? After recess argument was heard in the
case of the Western North Carolina Land
Company and .lack Sheehau vs. Marvin
Scotfe, defendant in error.
' Argument was also heard'in case No.
The following attorneys were admitted:
.las. H. Morrlmau, M. Slier, F. A. Sord
ley and A. C. Avory, all of Ncrth Caro?
Case No. Is;,>. appealed from the circuit,
court of West Virginia, was submitted on
appellant's brief, and cases l!>0 and Ml
were submitted with No. IS:!.
DROPPED -I" DEGREES.
Mercury has dropped l<> degrees in the
last twenty-four hours, so have prices on
Buggy Robes at Farmers' Supply Com?
pany. Call ami see. You need them this
kind of weather.
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