THE MACON BEACON
FBM.:SHKD BVKRT SATURDAY
BY P. T. ?KBRIS.
Subscription, id nlvsnoe, per nnnra f 1.00,
Saturday, April 12, 1902
Washington, D?CMar. 27th, 1602.
To the People of the First CoiiRrcsKionftl
Pistrk't of Mississippi:
I respectfully aniionnee that I am a
candidate for reflection to the 59th
Congress, subject to the action of the
Democratic parly. As yonr present
Kepresentative in Conjrwiw, I have faith
fnlly endeavored to do my duty and to
represent your interests and promote
yonr welfare. I have given prompt at
tention to every request made to me by
a citizen of Mississippi. I have given
to each and all of my constituents the
same consideration, and;have to the
best of my ability responded to their
every request and suggestion, and it has
been my easnest desire to advance the
interests of all the people of the District
alike, I will in the highest decree, ap
preciate yonr support and endorsement,
and if elected will give yon in the next
Congress, the same faithful and honest
service, I have attempted to render yon
in the present one. I am very sincerely
Yonr obedient servant,
E. S. Candler, Jr.
I send the following clipping, which
will be of intere.t to many of your
readers, as it embodies a deserved trib
ute to our own accomplished Miss Edna
Bush. This laurel leaf of appreciation
is gratifying, and we take jmt pride in
the splendid success Mips Bush wins as
Mistress of Music in the Alabama Girls
Notice lo the Voters of Macon.
THfc "SCHUMANN GIRLS'
Middling cotton has reached the nine
cent mark in New Orleans.
Henry Rodgers was granted a new
bearing ; Thursday before Judge Steph
ens at Philadelphia.
The Tennessee Medical Society is in
session in Memphis. Dr. E. W. Ridings
read a paper on ' 'Bichloride of mer
cury in the treatment of small pox."
He "cured many malignant cases by
bathing the body of the patient with the
remedy, and it also prevented many
who were exposed from taking it.
A Jackson despatch of April 7th says:
Gov. Longino has approved the chapter
of the Coat Lumber Company, domiciled
at Coat, in Simpson county. Capital,
$25,000; incorporators, R. A. Foote.
Mrs. Christine Bridewell and Thomas
To C. 11. Clement, President Macon Dem
Sir: We, the undersigned candidates
for the various municipal offices, res
pectfully ask that you call a meeting of
said club, for the purpose of determin
ing the dates for holding primaries for
election of officers of eaid town for the
ensuing term. Respectfully,
J. T. Sargent,
R. R. Elki.v,
E . L, Lucas,
J. O. Faser.
Interesting Program Rendered
Montevallo, March 15. (Special .1
An appreciative audience at the College
Chapel Friday evening, were made all
the more appreciative when they heard
and saw what the 'Schumann girls"
were doing to uplift those about them
and to beautify that within.
The motto of the club, '"Tis music's
lofty mission to shed light on the depths
of the human heart" was fully verified
Friday evening. All of the girls showed
careful training, bnt interest, naturally,
was centered around the two graduates
to be, Miss Myers and Miss McCary
Miss Myers plays with an individual
grace, her touch is arti3tic and unusual.
Her selection Friday eveuing was
"Gondoliera" from Liszt.
Miss McCary is a student and showed
the same in her renditions. She played
two selections; (a.) "Romanza, " in
F sharp, by Schumann; (b.) "Awaken
ing of Love, ' ' by Moizkowski.
The Directress of Music here is a wo
man of culture, and possesses a skill
and ability not always found in our
Southern Colleges. In hearing her play
one feels that she has found the bidden
soul of harmony. It can be said of rer
that she is a complete woman, and her
awakening power over her girls is won
derful. --Montgomery Advertiser.
In response to the above petition I
hereby cull a meeting of the Macon
Democratic Club to be held at the
court -jionse on Monday night at 7;!)0
o'clock, on the Mth day of April, 1902.
for the purpose of discussing matters
referred to in the above petition, and
such other matters that might become
necessary. (. B. Clements,
Hardin Brooks. President,
Change In Firm.
Mr. Frank B. Thompson ha? bought
tue business of Mr. Robt. Coleman, and
machines, bicycles, type writers, guns"
pistols. Same stand at the Hauenstein
Mr. Coleman requests all who left
anything with him to be repaired to
call and get it.
f Can't the U. D. C. or some other
order in town get the "Singin Skule
Regiment" to "perform" in Macon?
It will be in West Point April 2th.
TOWN RESIDENCE FOB KENT.
The house known as the Rives rest'
deuce north of Capt. Griggs' residence.'
is for rent. Possession given when
rented. App'yto Cmas.Stronci.
We are selling thirty -sijTiiich madras
at 10 cents a yard-others above 15. j
I have opened up a dress making bus
iness and would appreciate your patron
age. My prices are reasonable and sat
isfaction guaranteed, I have had eight
years experience. Mrs. H.W. Doss
3-22-2ra Whitten House, Macon, Miss.
Send us any photograph and 2 c
cents and we will make you 28 of
the latest style Photos sent post
paid. Something new.
Chas. Rakimm, Stock Co.
meh29-3t Atlanfn. na
Meeting of Confederate Veterans
Headquarter Xoxnbee Comity)
Camp i;.2B, V. C. V. I
Camp met at court house April 7th.
Dr. II. A. Minor, commander, presiding.
Following members present: H. A, Mi
nor, commander, W, H. Scales, adju
tant, P. T. Ferris, quartermaster aud
commissary; Dr. J.L Featlierston, sur
geon; Rev.W-C Grace, chaplain; S.M.
Bow?n, Z. T. Dorroh, L. E.Eiland, G.
M. Gilmore, J. J, Hunter, J. H.Jones,
J. F. Lindley, M Mahorner, W W Mc
Leod, W. P, Minor, A. P. McCaskill,
J. S; Scott, K. S. Skinner,B. R.Stew
art. Following delegate) elected to Dallas
reunion April 22 21: H. A. Minor, P.
T. Ferris, B. R. Stewart. Alternates:
Z. T. Dorroh. W, W. McLeod. J. F.
Adopted Frisco and Cotton Belt route.
Delegates appointed as committee on
badges, with authority to act.
Miss Lula Griggs elected sponsor with
authority to appoint two maids of honor.
Following committee appointed to
take charge of all affairs necessary to
get tip a Looming, successful picnic: L,
E. Eiland, chairman, J. B, Cunning
ham, K. S. Skinner, J, Yaretzskv, T.
J . Wilkins, Sr .
All former committees were re-appointed,
camp officers re-elected and the
treasurers duties added to those of adju
tant. Adjourned sine die.
W. H. Scales,
It is high time that the good citizens
of Macon were considering suitable
men to administer our public affairs for
the next two years. A call for a primary
will soon be made, and the tax payers
of this town should know who they are
voting for before the electnn.
Our present condition is sufficient to
excite uneasiness, if not grave appre
hensions, for the future of Macon.
Last year our taxes were eight mills.
This year they are thirl een and one.half,
with a strong probability of their being
t.venty seven next year. We have a
bonded debt of twenty-eight thousand
dollars, and a suit against the town for
twelve thousand more; Mid it is gen
erally conceded that judgment will be
rendered agaiu-t us for at least six or
eight tluusand, if not for the whole
For this enormous expenditire of
public money, what has the town to
show for it? Our streets are in a worse
condition than they have been in since
'95, aud the side walks with the ex
ception of the business part of the town,
are in as bad fix as they have been since
Macon was incorporated, It is true we
have a school house, but we are not
able, or in a condition to pay forty
thousand dollars for it. One more
such ornament will siaiply carry the
town to the full limit of its credit: for
tbe Legislature has wisely provided that
no town shall incur an indebtedness
greater than ten per cent, of theasess
ed value ol its property.
The next board will, in all proba
bility, have to build another school
house for the colored population; and
with the present management, that
building will doubtless cost us to our
limit, Be that as it mav. now is the
time to discuss public measures, and
consider suitable men to administer our
municipal government for the next two
years. If we wait until after the elec
tion, it will tliea be too laie. Let the
tax-payers for once solicit the services
of her public servants, aud not the can
didate solicit the suffrage of the voter.
It is not our nurnose. Mr. Editor.
except in a general way, to criticize
the present administration, but we do
think it is high time that the tax-payers
and voters of this town should pay some
attention, and manifest some interest
in public affairs. Respectfully,
Look at These Prices
Host Standard (Iran, Xii:ir, in hid,
llest Kxtr Fanrv V.C fc-igar, bh!s
Carieif ti oz: bottle siiutt, t'uso
llirivK'a 1 oz. ':m snuff, case
Clairetlo Soap, box
A ik Soap
Oootl llrijlit Molansei, in blih
hall hhls ....
Cheese, per II) l.'llo t
Kull Stan. Can Corn, 2 lb cans, doz
Acme Kaney Call Corn, 2 II) cans, Uo,;
Acme fancy can Tomatoes, 21 b e, ilo
lied Cross van Tomatoes, 2 lb e, iluz.
1 1 m
A en ie Fan. Can Tomatoes, il lb e, doz 1 25
Ai-me Fan. Call IVa, 2 lb can. doz . . 1
Acme Fan. Can Iti'iins,!! lb can. doz. . 1 10
l'ie I'eai'li.'s, Ilieans, doz 1P0
Itest California lV;n lies.2Slli fan, doz 2 2.')
oars. 2 lb can, cloz.. 2 25
S:;linon, 1 lb i' iii, doz 1 10
liipu l'eaeli Toll. 4t pig to ih.lMli box o5
Ih.t. het tolmiTO, ' 35
rickotts-'osTTob " " ' 3
Si-linapps 'fob 5 " " " " 37
Schnapps Tob ;J " II " Sti
Above prices to everybody for Spot cash,
We have too much stock. Many other goods
at bargains. Call and be convinced.
MACON MEKCAKTILE CO.
An Old Citizen Gone,
Another very worthy and esteemed
citizen has joined the great majority.
Javnagin died at his home near Mash 1-
iaville, yielding to an acute attack of
pn.emon.ia. He was one of the oldest
citizens of the county, being a resident
since its earliest settlement. There
mains were interred in the Baptist
cemetery in Mashulaville.
All members of Noxubee Camp 1.120,
U. C. V. are urgently requested to call
and pay their annual dues. No camp
can exist without money.
W. H. Scales,
A New Enterprise.
T 1 .,.., ,
i u.ivo upeueu u putting Dusine.-s in
the town of Macon for the purpose of
replating all kinds of table silver ware,
such as knives and forks, spoons, etc.
with the Koyal Silver Metal. Those
who wish anything done in this line will
please give me a call. Sample of the
work can be seen by calling on the un
designed at W. L. Featlierston 'a resi
dence. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Pll2 G, M. Diij.ard.
neuvy rains of the past few
weeks have put the cemetery in a very
bad condition, and something must be
promptly done or several fine monu
ments will topple over. Many graves
have cayed in and considerable work
wal be required to put it in good order.
Berkley Maurylias doled his meat
market for a month; Astor Smith has
concluded to shut up for awhile, and
tne town it, depending upon the Cli
market for steaks, must ,i
The Olympia Club entertained its
friends Thursday night at a grand ban
quet. The banquet hall was full, like
wise all who were there were ful
iy satisfied it was an unusually pleasant
I lmve bought Mr, W. M. King's in
terest in Macon Ice, Light and Power
Company and will pay off all debts and
collect all accounts due said company.
call and settle what yon owe the com.
pany and present for payment yonr ac
count . yours truly,
Macon, Miss. Mch. 13. N. Scales.
An ounce of prevention is worth a
pound of cure and a bottle of Bal
lard's Horeiioukd Syrup used'in time
is wortu a start ct physicians with a drug
store or two included. Price 25 and 50
cts. at J. F. Jones'.
THE JtACKl.T STORE wishes to announce
that owing to the sickness and death of
MR. CHARLES R ROADWAY R0USS
our Spring Goods, have been somewhat delayed, but
they are commencing to arrive daily and we will
have a much larger and better line of
Lawns and Summer (Joods
of ail descriptions than ever before, and these goods
were bought at prices way below the market and we
are therefore prepared to undersell all competition,
and if there ever was a time when you should be care
ful in buying it is iioav.
Last year our sales in Embroideries was a
surprise to us and i.his year our line will be larger
and better than ever before. We are now' able to
(Beautiful Embroidery, Eight Indies Wide, at
10 cents fer yard.
We know that we can save you money, It is for
your interest to come and see us before you buy.
Tours for low prices,
W. M. LAMBERSON, Mgr.
New Goods for Spring 1902
Always the first to receive new goods.
i take pleasure m ainioiimiimr lluil. my Mock of Spring (Jowls have
begun to arrive, ami you will liml imwng ,IC g(0ll.s re(,dv(lll t,)is weck n
...,.(. ..... i . , 1 . . p.i . .
iuu,t uMUumu iiue 01 uie micsi styles on tlie market
Goods you will liml the following
Wiule Hampton Dead.
A Columbia, 8. C, dispatch of April
11th, says, Ocn. Wade Hampton died
this morning of valvular disoase of the
heart, having l'en nneonecums for sev
eral hours, He was in his 85th year.
Hells were tolled in all towns of the
state when the news was received and
the schools were closed. The Hover
nor ordered all the public office to be
closed, and the state and United States
flass were put at half mast.
WantedTo buy all of yonr hides at
top prices for spot cash.
A VAIHAHI.l; Mliim 'INK
For Coughs and Colds In Children.
"I have not the slightest hesitancy in
recommending Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy fo all who are suffering from
coughs or colds, " saya Chas. Cramer.
Esq. . a well known watch maker of Co
lombo, Ceylon . "It ha been some two
years since tne L ily uispentmry uroi
called my attention to this valuable med
icine and I have repeatedly used it rnd
it has alwnv been beneficial. It hat
cured me quickly of all chest colds. It
is especially effective for children and
seldom takes more than one bottle to
cure them of hoarseness. I have per
suaded many to try this valuable, medi
cine and they are all us well pleased as
myself over the results. " 'or tale by
T S. Muiphey & Sou, Macon, Hamilton
& Meek, Biooksyillo.
Good (or Rheumatism.
Last fall I was taken with a very se
vere attack of miucnlar rheumatism,
which caused me great pain and annoy
ance After trying several preset iptions
and rheumatic cures I decided to nse
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which I had
seen advertised in the South Jrrseyman.
After two applications of this remedy I
was much littler and after using one bot
tle was ccmnletely cured. Hallie Har
ris, Salem, N. J. For sale by T. S.
Murphey &, Son, Macon, Hamilton &
The Kind You Have Always r.oufjlit, ii,i vl
in hso for over 30 year, hns Woo, tl'"
S ,fr, PmX J'"9 "UdeJ' f
All mint i'1-ii'iis. munitions mm ".T,,., ..
ICxpci iiiH-nts that trillo with and iul:n..r,,f
Inl'mld iiti.l flillflrixtl V iiri.ii.t.k '
Among the New
Did yon ever hear of a regular (51.25
genuine madras shirt fast colors rn
Well, we have
be sold at So cents?
theai all sizes,
TKa Ti l n.
xuo jjuoiuu store will keep to the
front during the spring and summer
seasons with a full stock of desirable
goods, and at prices to suit everybody
purse, oea thoir advertisement if
are looking for bargains.
Mr. P. E. Hines is in town. Perrv
is a native of Noxubee, but has lived
for several years in Columbus. He ia
no longer connected with the Sewing
Machine Co., but is representing the
Josse French Piano Co.
Just received, the largest assortment
of fishing tackle ever brought to town at
the Book Store. C. L. Ferris."
See that large lot of Misses, Children
and ladies slipper, ail Samples, : that
we are selling from 50 to 75 cents a pair
less than the regular price. We have
only certain sizes. Cnr n ,t0f
We have a very fine line of embron
cue nun inserting tnat we aie selling at
Bam iiicb, Cheap Joe.
....-iiLiiiuy buiil'k a can trnni you
when in Macon ."hopping Those who
tunic iu iuuk will stay to buy.
Wal-ier B. Patty
One Minute Cough Cure
ror uougns, uoids and Croup.
Plain White Goods
S cts to 50 cts o yard.
Plain White Persian
Lawn cts t0 15 cts a vnn
2 yds wide
15c to ooca yard.
Embrodery n Match
tn I in U1....1,. 11.. r 1 . i.
: 1 ""lmiHit you will liml a complete line of
r S,,,nnK Calicot'H, Suiting, Hinjl s, )(;ks, Madras Cel. &e
I wish to call yonr especial atlcnii,,,, ,0 ,v lie of A F C Marino c
Cloth 27 in wide., 10c a yd- t ; cio,i arc the
nil I'MT-.ll fur Mimu T.. i: .) .-i . ... . "
J""ch .-Miirt waists, Chil'.lrcn Dr
c.uinot heiture ttiose goods any more this all(l it be
est o see these goods at once.
to your inter-
McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR
But on Mrth for Teething, Diar
rhoea, Summer Complaint, etc.
Contains no opium in any form, i pleas
ant to tbe taste and will do the work.
Price, t and 50 crnta. II your druinrit
hasn't it send stamps lor 25c. bottle.
1KB ElinELD 1F.D.CIIE F8. CO., St. kits, lo.
Have you aeen the electric belt ?
Did yon bay an electric belt ?
How many electric belts did you buy?
Persons have, been known to
gain a pound a day by taking
an ounce of SCOTT'S FMlil.
SION. It is strange, but it often
Somehow the ounce nmrluro I
the pound j it seems to start the
digestive machinery going prop
erly, so that the patient is able
to digest and absorb his ordinary
food, which he could not do be
fore, and that is the way the gain
A certain amount of flesh is
necessary for health i if you have
not got it you can get it by
You wfll find It ttutas useful In summer
u In wirier, and If you are thriving upon
mil $1.00, alt druggfalt,
COTT BOWNR, Oumisti, N.w Vol.
ORDINANCE NO. 84.
Defining Vagrantu and Tresoiibinff th Pun
ishment for the Same.
ll it 1..! I . ..
u.u.iii pj uy cue mayor am board ol
.M-nnen of the town of ydwon, Mia? " that
he lollowinir persona are hereby declared
hvery alii., bodied perflon who live with
wLiHU&.:.r l,l'?r nl.who ha.no
"" ""i'i'"n r maintenaiivp.
Kvery person w ho shall abandon ,e
or limiily without just cause. levinK her or
them without anpporl and in danger of be
coming a public charge.
Kvery keeper ol a public house ued for
gambling orgaming uf any kimt.
Kvery keeper ol a house ol prostitution
tvery prostitute who ha, no other tin.
ployment for ner support or maintenance
fcverv able bodied person who a ball be
begging lor a livelihood.
tvery common gambler or person who for
n:ot panma.nta us himself by gamblir g .
SKt. 2. He it further ordained that all
r:0"8,.1;11 th. .UoV.
.,.,,.,, ulc ,own 0I J)l,l(.on -I.,.!,
be arrested anil hrmn-ht i,ur..,. ..
and if by him found guilty , ,Vo?the
ecte constitutHig vagrancy, shall be de
cliued a vagrant and lined not less than one
doll'ir an not more than one hundred do !
S"nthB5T'0Bed "0t "' t""n
.-.o. no u iiinner ordulned that all
other ordinances m said Town In conflict
HHVl7. olltllel"r-'fif Provlsion'saUl
""""" "nie are Hereby re
pealed and held tor nuupht. 1
Skc, 4. !o it tmther ordained that ih
provisions r sd ordinance he force
fjom and imincliatclv upon its pass,,,,,' 8
Approved by me this April 1st, ism" 1
Tbe ,..,v :lMA:,11-
duly passed Aprilut, IWbT '"""""0 W""
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
J. M, Archer,
Notice Is hereby given that letters ten
mentary were Issued to the undersigned
administrator or said estate on the 80t
day ol November, 1001. by the ( h ,rv
Uerk or said county, and all person- ,71
mg claim, ..galnstsa.d estate are rem, re,
o huve ihesame probated and reg IZl ,
by said clerk within one year horn th
dat,; or they will be forever Wrcd
W llueis myhandthif.tb daV of Ani',1
Anlvn J.M- AHUIIEB.P,,,,
' ' A neighbor ran in with a bottle of
Chninberlain's Colic, Choleia and Di
iirrhoea Remedy when my son was suf
fering with severe cramps and was given
np as beyond hope by my regular physi
cian, who standi high in his profession
Aiter administering three doses of it my
son regained consciousness mid recover
ed entirely within twenty four hours, '
says Mrs. Mary nailer of Mt Crawford
Va. This Remedy is for sale bv T. S.
Murphey & Son, Macon, Hamilton &
Neglect Means Danger.
Don't neglect biliousness and consti
pation. Yonr health will suffer perma
nently if you do. DeWitt's Little Karly
Risers cure such c ises. M. B. Smith,
Butternut, Mich., says "DeWitt's Lit
tle Karly Risers are the most satisfacto
ry puis i ever wok. JSever gripe or
cause nausea. ' ' T.S. Murphey & Son
ilie Mfgrs. of Adair's Venetion
Cream desire several lady representa.
tives in this city and vicinity to sell
Adair's Venetion Cream, a trted, tested.
and thoroughly reliable preparation for
the removal of Freckles and Blotches
(Liver Spots,) the most satisfactory
face bleach ever introduced. Positively
guaranteed or money cheerfully refund
ed. The price is only 2,'ic post paid.
Address with stamp.
Signed. Adair Mfg, Co. ,
ajiiu-n Vruco, lexas.
Reliable man for Manager of a ltMi.v.
Office we wish to open In this vlcii.lty
iB " K0" opening for the right man.
kindly give good reference when writing
THE A. T. MORRIS WHOLESALE HOUSE,
Illustrated catalogue 4 ct . stamps.
UNITED CONFEDEBATE VETERANS
What is CASTOR
Castorla Is a lmnnloss Biibstituto for (sjn
goric, Drops and .Soothia,' Syrups. U HVb
contains lieitltvr Opium, Moi phino r,ul. 0(1
substance. Its ago is iU guarantee, nilcn'
and allays Fevcrisliness. It cures Diarii,,' ,
Colic. It relieves Tectliinsr Troubles, , 4V
nnd Flatulency. It assimilates thei I'm,., t( ,
Siomacu anil xmiwci.s, km"1 ncailliy in,.;! '
mi.. 'i.:i.i u, li,,.,,,in'l,. lr,.,i. ' , "'""),
v.u..un MO I Jtm Ail
Bears the Signal wvc of
m raw m w w w
The Kind You Have Alwajsl
In Use For Over 30 Years,1
TMt CENTAUR COMMNV, TT MURftAV TBTET, Urvj vnUR CITT
in Price of
for this mo
C. O. Kentucky Plows
Now is time to buy from
n s L. R HOLBl
rmifpflmtp trfitt h
Ticketson sale Apl 18, 19 20
One cent a Mile.
Special Trains,, Free Reelinino rhnirc.
overs allowed East and West of
QTVrite for map and full particulars.
C ASTOR I A
tor Infants and Children
The Kind You Have Always Bough
Bears the . .
T t. ... r.. . i -.
i ir saie iive Mules, 1 to 8 years
m. xwu nurses and several Mares
oufKumn seea for sale at one doll, n..
Bean the The Kind You Havg Umn Bouriit
PINE COTTON SEED,
1 have for sale
Mnckland'i Big Boll Cotton Seed at
u uia per onstiel. Also
Jones' at 50 cts. per bushel.
Refer to cottos broker Bovd in Macon
K. C. SMITH,
In the Chmicery Court
of iNnxu.iee Cu,, MtB.
Prices. Ripmt Pii.. sf HJP
xxx 10 years old Red Rock, $3.80
x " " 3.10 v,- sllia
J N, CORNATZAR..D. P. A,
Corn and Oats High
They Pay on all Crops ami
on any Kind of Land.
Write us for prices and information about
use of FERTILIZERS; they pay kn.lson
on the investment when intelligently appl:
r it., i , . ,
u .no uie liu-'esi inanufai'tji-evs in the w
and manufacture EERTILIERS of till
and for all crops.
Bransby & Bos
1 FOWLER W
Meat, Lard, Hams, Canned B
Bologna Sausage, Etc.
- always on hand in cai
Wo Solicit a Share of Your ratrooj
Our terms are cash. Packing Houso at
i'lione 48, Macon, Miss.
OP THE CEUtuWA
'v,-:"l"i"i our responsibility, we raiptct.
fully ro(r you to City Natlon.l B.nk
Citizens Savinga Bunk, Araerlon
Jjerman National Bank, Pduch
Bankinu Co., ol Paducah, Ky, Sand
WSSWWS '"ney oratr or txebug.
Yours very truly,
OIRECT FROM WAREHOUSE OF
to yo u
ij i i " " ' 'uiii root
All Inquiries promptly replied to.
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