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THE LEWISTON TELLER
CITY ANu COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. the TELLER hat the largeit circulation oj any paper tn Sorth Idaho. ESTER F. I) at tic Lewiston Tost Office 'ym ttcond chut matter. Thursday... SEPTEMBER IS. 188«. THE NOMINATION OP CHARLES S. VOORHEES. The ac'.ion of the democratic conven tion at Spokane Falla, was no doubt the culmination of the seutiment of the democratic portion of the people of Washington Territory. It was not the result ol the schemes of mere politicians. It was not because there were not others iD the party who were capable of repre senting the democracy in congress with credit to the party. But it was an act of justice due to a faitblul servant who had in all respects obeyed the behests of the people of the territory in accord ance with their instructions. They could not have done otherwise than tender him the re-nomination without causing many to infer that he had failed to perform some important part of his duty os,a representative of tbo people, and it was to show to congress and par ticularly the representatives of his party in congross and to the President that his labors were approved at home by the people who elected him to represent them. When he first was nominated and ran, he was considered but a stripling and many an old time democrat who was envious of his position predicted that his only chance for getting votes, consisted in his being a son of a distinguished Senator, and that he was sure to he defeated in a territory which had tdiown 1,700 majority for the republicans in a former contest for the delogatrship, and many an old moss-back demoorat in the . territory stood aloof from him in the first of the canvass, till his fire of enthus iasm upon the great questions upper most in the minds of the people, con vinced them that ho would do to tie to ns the representative of these questions, and then they began to rally to hia standard. Much money was used to defeat his elec tion by his enemies, particularly among those who were opposed to forfeiture of N. P., Innd grants in the territory. But he distanced his competitor by several hundred votes, and served his term in congress with fidelity to his constituents and credit to himself. At the next con vention of his party he was ro nominated and when election came off he was re-elected by more than twice his former majority, and did his duty faithfully, on many questions stemming the opposition and misrepresentation of members of his own party in congress, and the slanders of Lis enemies both in and out of con gress, and amid all he stood and fought manfully for the principles and measures to which he was pledged in behalf ot the people who elected him. How could his party go back upon him and not re-nqminatc, if they thought for one moment he would accept a nomination for the third time? If they had failed to tender him the third nomination they would, by so doing, have surrendered /'their faith in the vital principles upon 'which they had elected him before. These were admission of the territory as • state and the annexation of North Idaho as a part of the new stato. If ho had faltered in his fidelity to either of bis trusts in these respects, there would have been some excuse for displacing him for another nominee, and although he told the convention that he preferred they would nominate another in his -stead, yet that he was - willing to stand pat in another campaign and do the work to be done in another canvass, if the convention insisted. They did insist and nominated him, and he has an nounced the opening of the canvass by persistent and earnest work. He does not call for others oi his party to help him do the speaking in the canvass. But if no help is profforred him he pro poses to do it alone and to do it thorough ly, and such a man ought to succeed and will succeed if his health does not fail him. On the two main questions he has the people to back him. The republi cans may nominate equally ns earnest and good a mao, yet Voorbees will have an advantage by his acquaintance with the subjects and the people whom he addresses. The Bear halte* Independent says "Twelve voters appeared before Register Watkins, took the oath, and were duly registered on Saturday last. All the parties are Mormons and yet no arrest has been made. Why is this thus? Why don't his excellency U. S. Hcpson put his threats int» execution and arrest •very formen who attempts to register?" The Démocratie Territorial conven tion, which met at Spokane Falls on the 4th inst., and nominated C. S. Voorhees for delegate in congress, also passed a resolution demanding of congress that the Northern connties ot Idaho be annexed to Washington, and together they be admitted as a state. THE WAT WB ARB BBTRATED. Mr. Editor: I can't help calling attention to the manner in which the people of the North have been betrayed, in the strongest annexation districts It will be remembered that two years ago the people of Nez Perec coun'y were very strong fur annexation ; that Moscow chose several delegates to the county convention. One delegate from the precinct meeting secured the proxies of all the others nud earn* to the county convention, and under the belief that he himself was a true annexationist was elected to the territorial convention, went there and put in nomination Dubois, ns delegate to congress, und made a flaming speech in his behalf, when he knew at the time that Dubois was opposed to annexation, and never offered any resolu tion expressive of the sentiment of the people of the North upon the question. Dubois was nominated by a Northern man against the will of the North, and the Northern delegate was patted upon the back for his treachery to the North in so doing. In the canvass he sup ported Dubois, und a majority of the people of Nez Perce county at the polls voted for annexation by 1,500 majority, only 60 votes being cast against the measure. Even in that delegate's pre cinct out of over 300 votes cast only seven were cast against tho measure, at the same time Dubois obtained a ma jority of the vote in the precinct, but was wanting over 300 in the county. Now that is all history and been known and read of all men. But we come to the| [.resent year. Since that year the coun ty of Nez Perce has been divided, through Dubois' agency in congress, we suppose in tbo hope that tbc people of the new county, embracing Moscow, would be more favorablo to anti aonex atioD. But not so with the people, for when they met in convention they passed the strongest resolutions in favor of an nexation and went so far as to declare that they would not support any man for congress who was opposed to annex ation, which included Dubori. They chose delegates to the republican terri torial convention at Hatley who were annexationists. Two of those could not go, so they gave their proxies to two others, one of whom was the same man who went two years ago and pat in nomination Dubois, an anti-annexationist. Ho goes there, aod, contrary to the instructions of tho convention which chose his principal, again put in nomin ation Dubois as delegate to oongress, and and, bo was nominated by acclamation by the convention at the instance of a Northern delegate, or a proxy of a Northern delegate, whose convention had instructed him to vote for no one who was rot an annexationist. Latah coun ty must feel proud of her record in that convention, after they had specifically ins-rueted against such a nomination as that of Dubois. No other county in (be North save Shoshone was represented in the convention, and she only by dele gates from a central committee and not from the people of the county. Such is honesty of politics among some men who aspire to the confidence and respect of the people. Such men would barter away the cents from their grandmother's eyes, if they could thereby defeat the known will of the people, if contrary to their schemes of promotion. Where is your hoDesty in Idaho politics, if this be an illustration? Observer. The Salt Lake Tribune in the zeal uf its good will and friendship for Fred T. Dubois, the republican nominee for Delegate from tliia territory, is endeavor tog to mako tbc Mormon issue such monumental one that Idaho will soon be be looked upon as thoroughly under Mormon control as Utah is to-day and so long as there is a Mormon in th tcriitory there will be no chance for statehood. Not only is the Tribune going out of its province in its zeal for the re-election of Mr. Dubois, but it is inflicting a positive and lasting political iojury ou tbo peoplo of this territory, which will naturally effect its industrial progress, as representation iu the hails of congress is of vital necessity. The Tribune, if it wauts to befriend Mr. Dubois, should confine its advocacy to ths real issue—the tariff question—and the less it says in the future about Dubois and Mormons tho better it will be for its candidate, especially iu North Idaho. We desiro to see an honest canvas, and neither the Tribune nor II. M. Bennett, the Ananias of the republi can party, can force a false issue upon us.—Sun. The Idaho Star pronounces the republican platform, upon which Dubois is to stand in this canvass, as weak. The Star ought to know. It also accuses Dubois of violating his pledges to the people of Moscow. Willis will explain all that to the satisfaction of all the faithful Muscovites when he returns from Hailey. NOTICE.—Voice culture and piaco les •nns. Beat method*, thorough systematic work. Terms, one dollar an hour. Hour or half hour leaaoaa. KENA M. POE, 48-tf Lewiston, I. T. PROGRESS OF THE RAILROAD SURVEYS TOWARDS LEWISTON. From our limited observation of the surveyors in the employ of the O. It. & N., and Spokane A Paloase companies, we arc led to infer that both companies arc planning to enter Lewiston at an early day with a railroad, from the North. In the former case it will be an extension of the Moscow branch via the Little and Big Potlatch and the Clear water. In the latter Case, they leave the present line of the Spokane <t I'alousc at Brannon station this side of Palouse City and run near Moscow out to near Cornwall station, thence to a western tributary of Bear creek ; thence on to the main Bear creek.and down it to its mouth or its junction with the main Potlatch down it to the Clearwater to Lewiston. So far as we know the two parties have not yet come in conflict with each other and may be able to complete their location survey without trespassing upon each others ground. It is evident that each is determined to reach Lewiston at an eaily period, but precisely when it is not known. The report is rife that the work of construc tion will be commenced within the pres ent month on one or more of these lines, and that it will be prosecuted with vigor, weather being favorable. They are ported to have found a route where neither route will meet with uo more than one and a half per cent grade to over come the most difficult part» of the road. The Spokaoe <k Palouse extends the it f ar tbe re ,t east aod lies through a good a is producing country. We learn that both of these companies make a location survey as they advance, so that con struction parties can commence the work of construction as soon as they have a force of graders, and both of these lines can he worked during the winter, unless some uobeard of storms intervene before Februrry. When on the main Potlatch and Clearwater they will not be liable to storms that will greatly impede their progress. It is a matter of conjecture where either of the companies will cross the Clearwater. A few months hence we will know more than wo dow can imagine. Meantime let the Lewiston people hold themselves in patience and be ready to reap the advantages which railroad connection with tho outside world may bring within their reach. Lewiston, I. T., Sept. 5th, 1888. TV. M. Rice Esq., Probate Judge &c. Dear Sir: In compliance with your request that we furnish you with our opinion, in writing, ns to whether the jurisdiction of the judicial functions of youi office embraces the county of Lafah, we reply that such is our construction of the act creating that county. The first section of said act creates the county of Latah "with all the rights, power and privileges of counties under tho existing laws of the Territory of Idaho," but section seven of the act limits nnd qualifies this first section by declaring "that the county of Latah is hereby attached to Nez l'erce county for judicial purposes until the next meeting of tho Supreme Court of Idaho Territory when it Bhall be the duty of said judges to fix n time for holding court iu said county of Latah aB provided by the laws of said territory for the other counties thereof. Thirty days after the time of holding said court is fixed as aforesaid the said county of Latah shall assume and be vested with all the judicial rights privileges, and powers of a county under the laws of the said Territory of Idaho.' In our opinion the probate iudge of Latah county can not exercise judicial functions until thirty days after the supreme court meets aod fixes terms ot court for said county of Latah as pro vided in the aforesaid section. In like manner the county of Latah remains with Nez Peroe for legislative purposes until otherwise provided by law, accord ing to the eighth section of said act. Special provision, however, is made in the matter of justices of the peace, con stables, road supervisors and other precinct and school officers, for continu ing them in office as such, by section four, which read as follows : Sec. 4. That the justice, of the peaoe, constable., road supervisors, and other precinct and school efficers hereto fore elected and qualified and now acting as such, residing iu said county of Latah, are heieby continued as such officers m said county of Latah until the next general election aforesaid and until their successors are dily elected and qualified. This opinion is in conformity with what we have heretofore advised our clients, and we shall continue so to advise them. Very respectfully yours, J as. W. Reid, Jas. W. Poe, I. N. Maxwell, J. M. Howe, Cleveland's letter of acceptance is issued and published in the Oregonian, filling a space of nearly three columns. He craw-fishes from none of his former positions, and discusses his principles boldly and it wfll furnish food to feed the canvass, which will be found, in somo respect, hard to digeat. Golden Haftest Cook Steve is just as good as it looks. Colombia, Harrest« Occident, Dexter, Wide*West and an endless rarietj el parlor and office stores of eastern patterns at Bun nelP* hardware store. 1 BORN. In this city, September 7th. 1888. to the wife of J. Eichenberger« a daughter. In this city. Sept. 11th, 1888, to the wife of Star Schofield, a daughter. NEW TO-DAY. Notioe of Sale Estate of Jus. L. Mulkey, deceased. Admin* istmtor's sale of personal property. NOTICE is hereby given that iu pursuance of an order of the probate court of Nee Perce county, Idaho Territory, made on the 12th day of Septcinbes, 1888. in the matter of the estate of Jas. L. Mulkey. deceased, the undersigned administrator of the estate of said deceased. ill sell at public auction, to the highest bid der for cash, gold coin of the United States on Monday the 24tb tiny of Sept. 1888. at 12 o'clock, M. of said day at the ranch of Sbiss 1er A Sierr, on Waha, the following personal property, to wit; 1 spotted roan cow and calf, 2 red cows and calves, 1 yearling heifer, 1 red cow and calf, 1 roan yeatling heifer, l red eow and Calf« 1 old cow, 1 yearling Bull, 1 two year old steer, 1 two year old red hull, i year ling heifer, 1 milk cow and calf, 2 cows, 2 two year old spotted heifers, 1 red cow, 1 black stallion. 1 sorrel work herse, 1 six year old bay gelding, 1 three year eld mare, broken, 1 year ling filly, 1 sorrel yearling filly, l light bay mare and colt, 1 brown mare and oolt, 1 old bay mare, 1 three year old filly, 1 yearling filly, 1 brown stallion. 2 bay 2 year old horses. 1 black 1 year old horse, 1 black two year old horse, 1 old bay mare, 1 old wagon. 4 collars, 1 set Harness. P. M. DAVIS, Administrator of the estate of Jas. \*. Mu'key, deceased. Dated Sept. 12, 1888. TA). a to TAXPAYERS ATTENTION. NOTICE is hereby given toattho npsespment roll of Nez Perce county, I. T. for the year 1888, is now in my hands for collection of taxes. Property tax will become delinquent Deo, 10th, 189*. nnd if not paid prior thereto, ten per cent, will le added thereon. Poll tax will become delinquent Nov 12, 1888, and if not paid prior to that date, fifty cents penalty will then be added. P. M. DAVIS, Co. Treasurer and Ex-officio Tax collector. Lewisten, I. T. Sept. 10th 1888. 56 3w the of of of but for of of the ot like act. in the of the our is in CONTEST NOTICE. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston, Idaho Aug. 20th. 1898« COMPLAINT having been entered at this office by John llolway, against William Fol bert, for abandoning bis tiomostead entrj No. 1593, dated March 30th 1885. upon the nH sw| and wH seit seo. 10, tp. 37 n r 3 w, B.M. in Nez Peroe county, Idaho Ter., with a view to cancellation of said entry; the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 10th day ef October, 1988, at 10 o'clock, A. M.« to respond and furnish testimony con* oerniugsaid alleged abandonment. FRANCIS F. PATTERSON. CHARLES M. FOREE, Register. Reoeiver, 50, NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston Idaho, Sept. 12, 1888. MARY L. SULLIVAN, D.S. 2372 N r OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE following named settler has filed notioe of her inteution to make final proof in support of her claim, and that said proof will be made at this office on October 22nd, 1888, viz: Mary L. Sullivan, D. S. 2372, for the lot 3 and nh sei seo 25, tp ,30 n r Gw, B.M. She names the following witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon, and cnitivation ef, said land, viz: Mrs. Bell M. Morris, of Celfax, W. T*. Mrs. Carrie A. Smith, John W, Denny, M. A. Kelly, of Lewiston. Idaho FRANCISPATTERSON, 50 G Register. ST. -AJL.OTTSITJS ACADEMY LEWISTON, IDAHO. Boarding and day school conducted by the Sisters of <St. Francis from Philadelphia. Studies will lie resumed Monday, September 10th. Special au d constant attention is paid as well in the lower as in tno higher classes, te English eomposition, as atse in music, plain and ornamental needle work, wax work, eto. Terms very moderate. For further particulars •pply te SISTER, SUPERIOR. 49 3w NOTICE FOR PRE EMPTION PROOF. LAND^OFFICE AT Lewiston Idaho Sept. 3rd 1888. MICHAEL WHITE. D.S. 2990. N otice is hereby given that the f »Rowing named settler has filod notice his intention to make final proof in support his olaim and that said proof will be made this office, at Lewiston. Idaho, on Ootober 1 <, 1888. viz: Michael White, for the sw^t sw^4 sec. 2,3 nw*t nw^ seo. 2»» ne '4 ne *4 seo. 27, ondse^ «0*4 seo. 22 tp 35 n r 4 e, B. M. Me names the following witnesses to prove his continaous residence upon, and cultivation of said land, viz: Gust Erickson, Adam Roth, Henry Letzer, Fank Gaffney, all of Weippe, Idaho. FRANCIS F. PATTERSON, 49 Register. PÄRM î'ÔR â ALÈ lfiO acre, scattering limber, good agricul tural land,, well watered, goed etoek farm, join« rcb.nl and indemnity sections. Situated "2 miles east of Julietta, Latah county, to bo sold at a bargain Enquire of R. J. Monroe, Lewiston, Idaho. August 29th, 1888. fiw. NOTICE FOR PKE EMPTION PROOF. LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston, I. T.,Aug. 27th 1888. PETER B. TERTELINU, D.J. 3082. N otice is herebygiventhat the following named settler has filed notice ef his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will bo made before tho Register and Receiver at Lewiston, Idaho, on Oot. 12th, 18S8. ris; Peter B. Ter teling, for the net« nwt* wj eo'i anp nwi* *®Y sec 7 tp 87 n r 1 e, B. M. II. names the following witnesses to prove his oontinuuus residence upon, end cultivation of, said land via ; Walter C. Cline, Jack Mason, Charles B, McCoy, Fred. Chost, all of Cameron. I. T FRANCIS F. PATTERSON, 4« Register. NOTICE FOR HOMESTEAD I'ROOF LAND OFFICE AT Lewiston, Idaho, Aug. 18. 1888, WILLIAM FELBERTH. HD. 15*6. NOTICE is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to mako final proof io support of his olaim and that said proof will be made at this olfico, at Lewiston, Idaho, on Sept. 25. 1888, vis: Wil liam Felbertb, hd. 1Ü35, for the wj to 1 « seo 2 wh no-* seo II tp dO. n r 5 w, B.M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, vi»: Jerard liiichler, Harris Sampson, Jehh Anderson, of lieneaee. Idaho, and Charles Potsch of Lewiston, Idaho. FRANCIS F. PATTERSON. 45 Register. Farm for Sale. Oise, hundred and siity acres enclosed withnSive fence, thirty.five aoros in cultivât!» eight aere*. Timothy Meedew, two good springs of water. This renn is within two miles of tho retiroad depot et Genesee, Latah eounty, Iduho. It will be seid st e bergein. R. J. MONROE. Real Estate Agent. Lewiston Idaho. Lewiston Idaho. Jnly 25th 1888. 43.5 The Sinters' Boarding School IN UNIONTOWN, W. T. Will Oper, MONDAY, SEPT. 3. Pupils requested to be pres ent at the opening. 47-4w Order to Show Cause In the Probate Court ot the eounty of Ne« Perce. Idaho territory. In the matter of the estât* of James Tipton, deemed. J. J. Hafer, the administrator of the estate of James Tipton, deeeased, having filed hi, petition, herein duly Vefoléd praying for an orJer of sale of the whole of the real estate of said deceased, for tba purposes therein set forth; it is therefore ordered bj the judge of said oourt, that all persons interested in the estate of said deceased, appear before the said Probnte Court on Saturday, the 80th day of September, 18S8, at 10 o'cl.ck in the forenoon of said day at the court room of said court, in the city of Lewiston, I, T., to show cause why nn order should not be granted to the said ad ministrator to sell the Seal estate of said de eeased, either at public auction or privoto sale, and that a copy of this order be published, at least four successive weeks in the Lewiston Tiilis, a newspaper printed nnd published In said eounty nnd territory. W. M. RICE, Probnte Judge Done in open Court this 29th dny af August, 1888. 48 4W G. A» R. Grand Excur$ion Eâ$t. Northern Pacific Railroad To Columbus, Ohio. To attend the 22 nd National Encampment of Grand Army of the Republic —THE— TV. P. It. It. WILL PLACE ON SALE September 3rd,4th and 3th RounD TriP Tickets, From all points in Oregon and Washington Territory, to Columbus, Ohio FOR #©0. Good to return to Oct. 31st, This rate is open to everybody and this i* the route selected by the G. A. R. de pertinents of Califoroai, Oregon and Wash ingtou Territory. For farther information call on any agent of N. P. R. R., or address A. D. CHARLTON. Asst aGen. Passenger sgt. No. 2 Wash. St, Portland Oregon, N. P. R. R. N NOTICE FOR HOMESTEAD PROOF. LAND OFFICE AT Lewistoo, I. T. Aug. 7« 1898. RICHARD J. MONROE. HU. 1885. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE following uamed Battler has filed notioa of his intention to make fihal proof in support of his olaim and that said proof will be made at this office, at Lewiston, Idaho., on Sept. 14th, 1898, viz : Richard J. Monroe, hd 1885 for the nH nw*4 lot 1 seo. 9. seH swîfc sec. 4 tp 33 n r 4 w, B.M. Ha names the following witnesses to prove hii continuons residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, vit Samuel Wheateroft. Frank Ward. Joseph Bartlett, Martin Boyer, Sr.,all of Uwiiton Nez Perco eounty, Idaho. FRANCIS F. PAT T i K«ON, 45 h'c'ister J. P. Pon Notary Public. Lewiston, Idaho. G. W. Piper, Moscow, Idaho POE & PIPER. Attorneys and Counselors at Law Lewiston and Moscow, Idaho. Will prsotiee in all the courts of Idaho end Washington Territories. J. W. Poe will continue to reside in Lewis ton and attend to all matters of business, as usual in the line ef hia prsfession. G. W. Piper will be permanently loeated ia Moscow by the 10th day ofBept. neat, where he will engege in the prectice of his profession And the two eOeee will be conducted in con neotion with each otbar, by the seid firm of Poe A Piper. 41-tf. PALACE SALOON F. Rosa, Proprietor. Keeps constantly on hand The A No. I Cutter Whiskey. ALSO WINES OF ALL KINDS. Marlel and Jffennesy "Brand tes foi family use. BEST BRAND OP CIGAR. Contrac tor -AND Builder, P- C. COLVIN, LEWISTON, IDAHO I am also agent for Wn. Farrish, aad keep a foil assortment of his lumber on hand for sale. All ordere promptly attended to. 2Ctf. Situated on Lake Waha, 20 miles from Lewiston. Splendid Summ er Resort. Good Bar Attached where the best Liquor* and Cigar* are Kept. ^°*7 J 'a? er 1 W9ek * • *!<> 00 Single Meals - . . 50 cU. Animals fed at town prices. 34-3m C. E. FAUNGE. MITCHELL Farm j Spring Wagons Geo. IV. Morrison has the Agency foi* these celebrated wagonn And has on hand a full line. The Best is cheapest. Call and see him at the old land office next to Baird's stable. Meat Hlarket* -( CLIN DIMM, à DI BIT, j PROPRIETORS. BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, VEAL, BACON, HAMS SAL SAGES, The beet of meats from the blook aod by the quarter, and served in good style* ft. Prices Low. 19tf W- SIMPSON. Successor to Andrew Knox) BARBER and HAIR-DRESSEF, The first-class Shop of the city. HOT and COLD BATHS. MAIN ST LEWISTON. FRISCO SALOON. R0BT. SMITH, Proprietor, THE FIRST CLASS SALOON OF THE CITY Beet Liquors nnd Cigars alwsys on hand. Mixed Drioks n specialty. Billiard and Peel tables run according to the new law. GIVE HIM A CALL. 27tr } s) a ef* t"l § ■■■ ■ < CD ft *< OR g ■ "n 4 f H O CD CD m g. Q. 3 H 2 0 0 ce O 3 0 ** . 8» H g. a. 1 -* £ w L> O U) tr 1 r en H ÎL p 1—1 p s? CD ft P a 0 CO H« W Vdl } &> cr CD rw* R. Saux« W.l 2. Timhnrla Corser 81 h and Msatfamnry Hts, LEWISTON I. T. T his hotrl is nkwlt built hard finished throughout, has all thn MODERN CONVENIENCES Tor the Comfbrt of Gueits And la kspt as a' FIRST-CLASS ROUE GENERAL STAGE OFFICE h RB.R.6 AUX A Oa, LEY** A 1 1 v H1 vc u redlïï B Od nTTh .1 9 t pum, combined. OuaraniLvi ronly one in the WorldSKSuS ■ fonrlnutiu» Electric «#• MnmetJi ""J* 1 1 h< H lroll fl c 'W,«" 1 - •ri.ihle nud Effective. Avoid . - MM»I» cured. 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