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PEACE YET PREVAILS.
(Cumaeedkm Ifrs Poe.) Deaiuig mbottle. va to be ai&ed yeiter de m amer at tme mlso Iatem e thi l d br war, which kept the ne paperm in hie nigh6tly = they trugged wth thr eeutilnonte to elheidete the it "mum and predict ito developmento. The emu bofnee were en ime. BHgh 0Donnell bed peed thsm there hbmmelf nd met an Ire. mtaier em the ive bo with a Wiucheeter to en the -rial of the army eeer. whe t eame retrned. Two newpaper ams, wm a pmt*ir E rbvoe t the skinae because teir tr1e of AN Wedmes d'U Egt e witim with Raendleemand - - withAkyroebeto, wine invited to as emeny the mansubeto em. Smowden'. m~tsm. It is a ling eimb up the m bhed sideo Army 1I, but ui-i-W of the smR botleemlea the ment ey for the cok mittee ml -it for the two newper me, who mine toeh kred the eerk em thr The ekaste tspahmen bad notbee ame .at te iam.r BUt O'D.nd ha been the De meetheme af m-amt- so long tht a met of -N&=== mies- amigned the tnk to hia. When it em to what he shomid My theeo0 - mitee topped abruptly and Clifrd Rid: "Dee bere, boye, we bad better underoead thi thing." O'Donnell mid: "Bew will thie go, boymt Omr. I have emse to mender." "No, At won't do," l-tor upted Combe. "No peseal proneun and 'render' ba bed weed to me there. 'Turn over' is better. It b more digiad. We. in the ame of the eti siam of emema. turn overthe town,e., &c. new'* tha? Then the committee labered long and hard ti at begas to ok ase if esre of thi might werethink themselee, and It was deided to let ~me of them, whom trade enabled him tpreduce oehA epitame of intEectamleffi - guce, try to put the coemite thougts into werd. 'Be constructed thin: "GeM. Snowden, we who would not =bmait to illegal autharity now submit to the legal authority St the 16e eheerfuly." There was a chorm of approval. Theim ed eomittee proceeded. They had not gee more than twenty yards before Combe akeld, "Bey, how dome at thing go?" "Tha's m, I have forgotten it," ventmed O'DonelL. "We who would not turn ver ow eauntrity would not legally aubmit, how wse 3y thi time Gem. Snowden Mw the commit tee approhng. They were otiB a hundred yans away, crowded around the reporter, who was repeating to 7)onneB, "We who woUld noit msbmit to ilegal authority now submit to the legal authority of the state cheerfully." "Now. I've got it; let's hurry." aid ODe. NeL. and than the whole committee dropped their temperature afew degremand approached Ge. Heowden in an air of premeditated dig nity approeahing aumterity. It met be ro membered that they were doing the general and hi 05m a trat in tendering thema the free4on of BeaeitmiL. McCleary was nervea. Cliford wee bracing up O'DoneL, who led thetprocesion. Before they reaebed the home themewepaper ma felt a *tre nervos himmelf and stopped the pemeSaen gin. "I justwant to write that eat for my paper," he mid. "so s to have it right." and thamhed heavem am the procaom bad suggeeted itelf bete he forgot the speech in the augast pree sm eof Gen. Itowden. O'DameB was repeat tog softly. "We who would not -ubmit." Then they awended the baleomy. O'Domnel bowed. The newspaper men mialted. Clifford mer wealy detahed soe imaginary mUd from bb tedep. while the newspaper sen tried to look an tSavgh they wine at mese. "0eu. Sowden." bellowed O'rnil, an easi@ of the caliber of bb veica. The pa amitd aghs. "We. the.ecommittee reprO muting the A-g=ealed Ameinmab ma the itSeeM of Bmm...ad, came to you with e pmesione of pe- e in ur mandeen s ml i to OF ght we tender you the freedom of te ity, and heartily dmII to turn over to yo the an mority which we have enereised, and "We who woulid not sbit to legal autheor by," whipered the reporter. "Wowhowuedd not asbmit toelsl u&mty. anm "-eem- O'Deamnmell. The ro -ote whipeared agin, "Now subit to dh In gl a a]ity of the etie ebeerfully," and OD.... sidit. Ges. Sewden bewed liny and 1eped: "bun-mna,*l here as asoldier. net to se empt heapimtlmn, but toD my duty." 111ed took te Seer. "Geral" "No mooe ef yes, pmeentiemen," inter septed th general. And ths --m .-and as separtsema e beek-down the ide of Amy Mlto the blazing sm thinkig The ebma plow wes tahn OR th aee ml sat back to His.&WL M__ MW K wma cmsE Tm a~K fm--pt- enke esegenma 2meetm 6Man e 1 sarg. ImmePa., Jaly 1I.-Wham the eeae dim1 commiattee v-----d ito Inee-ig-tm of the Nm---m- trouble tism moraing about -ft peemams -r prenmet Inldn Mr. Whlch and Wethe, O'D...nne Cerney mld other mem bere efteate*- A..e-itlam Thereom wshet and umeamferteblin The e=--cm et Mr. Fich wes contmm. Mrt. Doatoer opened the e===i--iam aml Mr. h'rck maid th -rn were cansignad to th Uniem Supply Company and by It delivered to empt. Bdegedef am -- Lile Bai Kin mseagements to ehtien Pinseon men we eeitod July L. So tar as he knew-there was me letter rom hberto. aceepiting te efew emed in the letter et June 5. The nego Mame we emeried en by Mr. Freek, the New leek aemt amd by the Phaealba agemt. "Did1 you heve anything to do with fimri.h tog the arame" asked Mrt. Beatoer. "I mase ours," rpidthe witnem. "I huse ha. bet I m ay.I av "Bu yeu shamid knew. Did you or did you "We4, I here answered that gqestion." Mr. Betner thought not,mla ..anedn to the chair Mr. Oatee sai the wt~ol manr amore speeldenny. Mr. Fiesathe amid ha thmgha he d. Mr. Beaemr them tried to gtthe witnms to madirectly whether his ha bd adised Whbeton that arme would be needed, but all Ni Frick would say was he behered ha bed. Mr. m.ama-"ln the employmet of theme -n wsit e-iyul-*-d they wee to be armsed?" "Ne, sir; I think not." "WeE, that is nf," maid Mr. Batoer. Mr. Bematar--Me baee ded thie guemao A ?t .OGete' reuithe wim..m a-i .medeamninneofe eliding emle. He ehe nmeuemto the ememittee a copy ot the ageement the company bed with the govern weta Mr. Frick mli the -rns p- oee enrwerat Ho---t-a we higer hme al my ether pne. They ae at lease dper enti kerthen In catru ami~e. "N otaoS Sonds igt when! wired t euene Shat I believed thetep were ...emuy. Ths- 'e. n.wi t..te".eeri, Mr. emer~ asked if the table made ot thu amem~ei the men ws for themeive, and whom . Frek mid. "Ye, air," Mr. Rome ase "W~em erethe higadea Witwse mli the toirred=-lme et hmpreved ...m-y wealineomse the emit et pudme em a er andm thm thme m. wemed het deymin the . Capa. Bdgui. w an ea~ed and tid of Se meemen ale with himby Mr. Patch ti md he mtDpe theri Geay at lie.a leasdde, who..ldhe wstoeeath . T e weheat tem be m e m tng hadnemGe him .... h. .. .. .s . ... .. a AgL QU- -l ammaemn Ah eaess ETp as iE1m ' eamid -s wasosss 3en. g ammnam P., m5d m.-Thpre mt go d at an 10181116.amaea..a mse In o..me.m 104 nht. After 3 *'do*k a-nmm-- be gm to dmappene bem a esetk but tenows popr% as ar di aO o teea.s a d ight. Upon as big n wheem t aeop Ie showed am = b lf white tase ARm hg e"..e.edviag mand A f a to g - im ..s wa.re i 'e.., ab -A-y tot a o.e Amt . O" be wa tot ha weoo reeied s esp No whetcahr tV.- -.i tas sIam em, who bad so CMMp to eow Im eseep to Omya i mb hadb em med linsamp to adown yesteday and a geat bal of aim ampw wa yas. somes ata are esvm e rm a. ehil makt air, pas~ki daybea emues .as we ae m an e.. Thee ar be so a s~ tor fe hees ga.**"' w.r'wel'. e 'i.."* bar of cmaishema berag imto detrim.mnt to beimss by the uAom b wa i hee was mt es ee en isats yesta m f aftemee herew "' "- t A-- ' 3.dedr. 1so - m' ra. I.. a" m o 6o@live be Maj. Gem. howdes he. prastley refled t4 reengnise the samites et a bs'gh. He t the acting bergem yesterday am if the town wa tk ere at lb peas he would law eare at his sodimsr. wab -m tn anew to a statement by 60 ag -um amt druah a"d abrdery 901diee weeae to arrI by . b..e0gh ,.. Gem. smoede showed by his . and ad dIe thathe cm.dind himif in eh of me eept GOw seuonad m e macseary. The towampapr we not ikinag muck about he the. sMiei. They show re ..e.at meto oee. m lN E a:'be a. ammry a. ciem., esed by a. re flale . atd y d to e-epe ema with ae to people in aorder n to -e.-mg a reeptiom by prob amy amount to nothfg, although eader re Very ore ev their tretomet. smff N'Ci.3A 8' PLANE. Sheri McCbary ha hinted that he will ar rest seveni at a. -ld It the battle against the Pitoirtam. In see action as Als Ma. h danger of boaied. With thfooal ea-t the Ieaer withdrawn om h 1peO and w wn metmte w strikers to something r..lm. A con lis with a. thes would reult iastromly to ta town and tose aged againet a di of law and ader. The b tlk of worm N reabe a., but then is no oMbG~w rMdfaMI will be the gee af feeling If am . ds I.adoes re placed to duranee. Matters haes quieted down today and th gori o aes emm to betina. ai. NO fear entteb is un..m Mr. H. Q w n the ma.ine..y ad the woak" of tahem .... wil be a gas and warmwO to the l.cked-out workmen, bu it is not beieved that their paslons will arry thm to such en etet a" an t will be mae to ..ent tb a non-umisee nT going toa do. It i the gensul belief here that Mr. Prick will man a. mill with mew workmen S moon aM poesible. He -how practicaly admited that ech was hisintention. Th new that a. mn employediaCarnegie's apper and loer union mils at Pitbburg had mt and oded the mn.gement that ul==. negoittom l..ig to a settlement et a. trouble at Iomead wereopenedby Thrmsday a. meninafl'- eprebwonldwaik out 84 the acacimiom tte a' work caused munch re agm a ecarnegie m One of the haders id thathe had epce sech action some days ago and glathat a.w iitow Em ha om to reman thta.w defeat of the Hom.ead m m nt a. defeat at orsanled labor in the steel Industry and ascuwri in an o the Cr Bri -flu. Whe. @@64d if a. Caregie msi at Baddock and Duuee wil Ab go Out t headere allmd: 'lTbe men at both tam eeblemb na'usotlied us of emir wilingnes. to go out if we think it wiaidusin any w= and they heve put ittina wey itlwemm ashams to stop work. We wil not do that. We want no belp e athy. If them m see that it thir t e a and sgo out of their own accord wenand pood. If not, we mINt get aln without theom.' " .. e.. owd.o e. h.. eted h. head. t e the r,glewsho b tme. . frebuilding an the brow of theWI A ewashs mtablshed around the bwid tg. a reporteraattempted to c efta *)metoe s a 'ight e w. startled by "Balt! Who goes there? A st with Sed baYOet thrust under the 0,,a nos indued him to fall back. One S dthen escorted him to guard No. 1. wher, an emeer wa found, who examined his paand admisd him withis a. bnee. The p-ses ar based to nwspaem ha,g eed tal a*e papesman pram acin ess which they repreetl and mt within an lanreaa.m o 10pm. T are The xpemof ta e etu thea troops at for empgre io and thee wil en sues -e emm thi ya. thered am Ia echeme f".rem a'" - t!toierth.."'3 .. mun a trip to ah. world's fair next year. No lem a person them a staf e.cr expressed him aelf as favoring ah. project, ans.. o mo-me nan comoma. A telegram was eeived at Gen. Smoeden's headguintse just befor noes satiag thet a n.mierof nom-union man bad bees engaged by Mr. Frick amd uere n thewar to Homestead. Amseseatngforteptmem but ma satanstry rpywasobme h asmt thet any meaesem nha subject hed been received urn kept very quet. The e~eers at hmdqemses .Md to reply to aD thaiie it aey hed no ittrma teess to impecteon ta. eet Wodur eat megimeat to be to rem.... for crnr mld ...... a .f ....ig.,...-mimo Ssheep,"i a the allmed, wre oarrnt 'm a,,emllm .,.--g mne af.r. a. amins hed landed jms below me..t.a eetvtinm ernin1it found to be math (impUa~after CaL sum Nah Two quarts. The erowd of igh....s eteted eat at eurieoity amd h..ed-out midB mm who g-he about umi"-es amd ws-a.ia. doe m .tes .eer r m ". I......d w enotd me.,.:... - innM Ym e. ay-m hm. pJehmed at.r 3 eugt Ths In w eai demert m iume. Ter ad Mmim wite orered Wuig low 3 at Qo -m amm -ao M m na bsrmand emrud ar. maean, Pa., aw 3 -m Rvemyning we tw wi th e bmd an Isg a m ledm iwa in posikhe semmd, but wheneme of o h indivi i tr attempted le ebey So dita of Sb v sP h esmismes am was comnsion and trouble. Themis ame Om mos band in Some stead, ht o as prpees eo this stry satis many .m* sn.- is not asesmary. At the rinh maig Meoda it ws. resolved Is have ae hea bands turs ut, end enly em. aW Am's refuml upset th see. As soon am th sening adjouned ame et the harmose II greem e red Ir toe sma-m ot t prme time seem, which f se en of the semin ssion and io to the puba and ear. "NehingasGegi" the arst seletion and west fmoudy. There was emtaginaRin the ameody, and the Umal boys h - we helf way trgh the e wisdow ad all the way "cg a vr onoe 04Z P.e- - that would asml a moygx= their ehilsh treble with the rnding I and the ink man who blows big, 0uduree main out ct the ged of an ancient bembardow ~ededbeln1 l--Ip we"e coming in em the 12of July would be n & e te Im l s "v Water." arnd ih~merid.n4 spirit of Ohnluimt whom foredathere bed bee I on thero when Wilimas of Orange and his Pinkertos ecured pomsmeim at the naoma mai. se Imineed tht - oyn Water" should be t.b..ed unless 'G'rrysu" was also em the progrm. The band didn't know the latter air. a neither of the o u m amounted to any aing. "ee, the Co, rNHero Cones" was rled out bean e it not do to admit *ht any one but dh re were eouerere. There was INl--Iy on "Comarades,' but it bedsevr befr been amle so asmerck in Hamometed, am the ban& wroe and stretchd it. in emmn time usand down the street, rehearsal as ory, and hed the re csplim come of m ofthe troope would have tramped into town with the a-d--n of the we-wers ai. Omly two men we om nit at thir ability to wrestle with "Annie Boomay" -the bas u and the second cornet. Both perfermere i ed that the others could harm lithI Z d o conAut were y t that t was badly free tred bythe.et. toobt the seced onet hiMm mo potrom t by himeif. He toceae the G m isncians into withim. But the real trouble eme when the leader expee a de r to have the crowd indulge ina etehWi-eteh-camn struggle with "Rail to h Chef." The art cornet-the orm deems, s to speak-mid he would not &aMOept i, and he wil not. While the argumest was in progres ,the bell ofa istsm-pound tenor horn strack him in the inter ofhis upper lp. If all goo we the erst cornet will be able t get blUpsinto a ou eabout Agnt 17. A that's what tedoctor say. The man who hit the prime donna, if he parades within a week, will wears bandage over his left eye. Early this the band by the prim dox arrieda with a chunk of ios in it, left for Pittsburg to mast the troops. If it kee on in that dirco tiem it will travel about 24000 miles before it mahe oomneetion. One o the odest inhabit ants, who didn't deep at al Jast night. because he lives nest door to the ..mad cornet, mid he g the anicis had cone to Pittsburg to lay in additional stres of wind. Row or man noTs. Of course the soldier boys ae having los of what they esR fan. There are some people in Washington whom ideas of humor are not in eF accord with the views held on that sub by Pemnylvania maiti. The jokes are so Ineney prectical, and as a rulso y epe soive me far as the vietoi arc concern One of tie regiments was on a train which smapped at Berryvile lIst night and a few of the humorlete went out on a foraging expedition. Th result was a very Ane collection of edible abikm. and several a No. 1 hams. Early this morning a farmer, who prior to the arrival of the miltia was the owner of the before-mentioned prop erty. called around with a bill for damages. e was noisy and harsh in his remarks until he was introduced to a young ofceer who was alleged to be oeneral Snowden. Just as the bad concluded siting his ta anothr oficer entered and he was declared to be Gov. Pattison. Not unnaturally the-tiller of the mall, the raiser t chickens and the carer et haa was in e...gy obs ious to men of such eminence as he supposed were. After a brief convermation, in the course of which the farmer was convinced that it was his duty to help the troo while they wore engmged i for his iwe and him W I as a citizen, the old man ted the ad doEpted. He was oniy =too dlghted to eotrib omething, he md, and If they would only wait a few inutes he would run up to the bouse and return with a few morehan. He was on bisway back to thecasteern beneath a lead of the best in his .moo when the train pulled out. This morning shortly after the Arst brigade arrived four men who wer doing guard duty the Carnegie offices purchased a W each from a woman who was doing her best to turn an honest penny. The boys had just filled their mouthe up-very full in deed-when Gen. Wylie came alo Each man gravely laid Mm pie on the ede of the aideROU "Hm! Hmr aid the corporal, his mouth too thoroughly occupied to permut of articuls tion. The rifles came to "arry." "nbi! Has!" A thin line of blackberry juice trickled out of one corner of his greater feinl orifice as the Springle-d moved up to Gem Wyie id't want to lagbut he had toisne jumt alittebit. Whenhehd gone by the bo tehat th sdtowe mwy In Gao. H. H===am. ltve Bauded Were Wemma Iaeztated Us hinds a rewery. P4ses were lissedto themilitiamen with very Uttie discretion as. -to numbers and within an hour of their arrival at the csaping ground at Hoesmad, Pa., yesterday the mtrsete we filld with a dsty, tired lot of moldiars. They mi=ged with the leked-out Carnegie mmen ad drowned all difereacee in beer at the many sae., which we wide open. When It is re msembered that 4,00S steel workers alone are ie and that workmmn who are Idle and that the werhe. who sympathise with them have been ~riginto town for forty-eight hours and verlAW mitimmen wee permitted to mingle with theme man in the streete and s loom of the town, moms Idea of the couditiom et afaie amy be obtained. There we US tmtto cla idwleor maintain ordra asno tairbnce omarred. et .ao.mn.=.mn we under the in OBem et lMenor by noon, and -om of the strikers hept themse ampay. let smm unknewn reaio Joha Me -.hie the burgeas of the borough, turned his author ~ove to assiutbM Berem yrns. The latter s e wet to ceder. s ac e' oes.ea'. ad, findit"...oldiers there in vaerna de t inta.i-m, he or InS becam quite beisterma, and rows with strikerm we narrowly averted. One a in the uniform of the satle, after drinking a bea e h im'.,. a...-nmbe..f .....iae. le.d in..re..h...d he..ad.ahuriere tanato eamp, The dat -ar with -me and ainge s wer n down the treeke to the ami street, ltegems we ue a ded in fall view et the essuy pplias wee alse uwinaded daring Then was mseeh m-sung lewmd ea. sowes em the par et the uerhmen em as erst of him bee reception et thdeadr ys terdayrafterneem at divios i imr=s Lam e ee y husm1Mted at the ret ~eiyheretcfere. This may be es et a mmMeut of he.am men -.amm Nhsesses et me Mse Webmy -e...e. Wheesm i lesa ewas giespt in pstms down to wsas Mm s a in Htns . mesamte emse as asa we~n . wh -h the mlsessse 1 asaeusparleag thseatmsead sea~aeae fAsgemd sAv*s&Asit a ama eft . ain Q bse, isU ' efu meesdi.,inwakr arne s ies esd aed Smhe o of mn aai 1"mag a " csf e - e e py - Me. ated n of=mo He als sup is reew sh 41 ed. to st s. t"e 10at = 68,nW~ se! - W.13 Nos .IS Ile poiwas W7.9 is ow. pad wes. per we efrn hanne. sn M. riskt handed 1110a go seaLg.them. W a vout To ihackae* Mr. ick edP I a Mew showing ww d be both t "eM a eaed h them the delie in be prie a pi-od rces -I:e.-. U n UM ar, was do earnsfo e etua declineu- npre." Pram this r.Pr-k pm. t a die statment ac caussleading t tweene 2. Tfherten me& Th meats srmato than VIVOcm b.w. Mr. ri "an erte. P;nkertnwe introduced. At s ju r Mr. ik read ae of t lefts, which ha had wsnix So.,tiff M~m calling upon him to protect the company . en asked wby serces Iof th Pinterton. wer sought beor it was apparm that the sheriff had exhmusted his beo o Prick r V bm the d immns routng f 1)0st the cman 'Dt quer. rsk threed yr.k ago. Mr. in wa malaied that the shi as willing and auuioc to s the requisite number of mu i pr tet the om lesad W H. was ai mdth od that th sheriff would not be able ti dos Mr. rick eoa G rt the Pikd few ronthe ew also ad been buf about a month ago and prier to th j--Io went of the Amnfmated Associaton h sor eonatmn Mr. htier aded Mr. orick e xplain abot the larto number at "hales," which might b tee kert boas," tat Mr. toaheir had ni Te tento nyl while the committee wee a the works.wems "Tey were maD for the -asof 3oin out torn who might beron ontside." In answera kie in er. ah de H.C rk M detrt. to Prck ad gur the h e PikeSU Until the read. H de also stated ath refused to send the PlnhertastiHomerso without the consent of eo @her. The shari sod his chie det to rellevue. wher Cb P.Hertons embarked. dTi ety soag. Fmedth Pakrinoto thi eioton. Mi S l hearsay what became Thetestmonyclosedadthe womm itte jorned until 93aLm today. c0oom UMaDOWIMo INQURSW. Takng Tesatmony Regodpn the aling a t fhnerer toes. te oner McDowell commened o9 Inque yesterday afternoon at Petteburg o the e g men who were killed inthe riot a b Nowesti aW William I Rodgers of the Litle Do the steamboat, was the first witnes called. estified toht he was employed to trasport IA HL C. Frick detectives to protect and gu the wor of the Carnegie Company at Re stead. He detailed the trip up ta river ao the battle at followeh The witess sod E crowd on the shore opened fire firsto Cap Wsdhat, the pilot, and Engiears dvans o Marin oroboate CPt Rodgers. Josvq G. Hoffman. a Pinkerton detective of Chicag us the last witness called He related, as di the pevious witnesses, the trip to Homestea he sid, had charge of the o As the barges appmrached the works the wine w lasr numbers of people gathered along Ue river bAnks many of whom were womn. wA be ontre gt othe metquplacetof the i co dein r bawre fired on a Hlineadeen oreightmunattem pted toputS gangplank on shore above the br=g, but we unbe atodo so on account of the showeri stones and a-tions of the strikers. Afterwar a short effort w again made and resulted i the lacing of the gangplank. As they w S down the plank the strikers fired an the witness fell, having been shot thh U rih leg above the knee. He maid that hed! Another with him when shot. i tid that he Noriwk and given to nde stand the duty ws to guard the co pnhre d tha they were instructs not to fire nlassin sefdefenae. The affidavit of John E McCury, who i Allegheny General Hospital. was read to the il qust and continned until 2p m. SOARD OF TR=7E MKETIENG. Several tntres to injsussed at Ot . SimU Tbyeam. A meeting of the board of tbade will behbe] this evening at terooms in the Gloer buil ing. A number of matters of importance wt be considered. The asssment question wi come in for its share of attention some action will be taken on the Me1i6: amendment which proposes to contiut the old sissment until the new a sesment camn be -revised by a boti of qaiatio n.an Tohe mebors ofk board. wilenotdoub eprss s meinionr difer te Joheen asem binlrop and arIt il thath eniuj of asento t ithe istig bedcuwhosed.r -..":h ." matrh t maycli Pattentn hodi i bethe project ot the Uofi ndWseniteo taeter then8 ct 1by th brei ove the rivel t is - lkythasom benoticeilled tke ithemte of theiewtia asssmn. or teembeaeres the e ar hadeered i st........ m.eeo a f..rie..:pr also Cogestdnijr t the y A sing& emeut e bean eI g bo a Cetia thng e pr Ah dailyew sa.per i ublse in goetn anrmarkb ediasrwe a eare it as termofoe e debef s Mr. HMarth r sidn wh Eletin aavoes in tmrc r i ino the nd el whihendar o t our ennin sen the euecti the sagrph rondt s thenaym...agl date arasseaedeswho none te ta M..Ha risamtth. etgedet woseternes "Sdistne~miass atte esidents 'w held ins alem, hands t e n irs teni ates& fwehsm l~li W heelofSeca sessed his ts teisn re les m IS 16 E A. W. maIlM am de og =NmW aseomS VP toon Chdremlab of So -m enowine Ol toL.A. W. msd has bm beyt emse al g a t e -a g -n t itse sim, whish . to h so Memo m e a as a m thin Pat as , se-y. r 'o e mms m right to e14 I any ends. Tbmm who dI * to enter a e I q d to - eat htobleprevi tig . m s.t msi '""e amebr ed @adA' e herd to toe th i k AEti a alls ts to his a eiq f "n afalseo e ea Ioe. c Tele bea. to eumd hook **-e*a fee Imaay.ho t hi |ay d| L grSi ha the rt kinenMeoo e A&mm. of tmes. I m e d.i On-=r "oaty. I., a. W.ch.pp.r One-anfj a 110 0 Open. oft As h .onto e bdar th f be elM t r aTeus nat Oee. :sa. k T10 peupram for an room t e ameei m I L One-mile safety. Novies pon, . i 1. Hatf-mlae ordinary. L A. W. eabn I . ety. Open. I L. On-msi ordinary. L. A. W. a.pia. i2, s...e. t- I*'."W.. eepio. .One-ie isaty. Distrt .f Oenhab & Te~ ll prise fr. U. A. . V. wsmsa amour, say, auz: 2, Sit.P. 3L IL t 0m-mile mislty. (&a elM.) open. It Half-ma ordinary. LeA. r. adhaepbom 1 Twome mney ndlea den. U 1ave Qeter-mthe mety an te enterinm nah&rs-ven. Talr tos Open. - iG eomile safe. .A. W. ,hanospo .h One-no Nry. OpUle h16. OAl Cldbm, LA. . e. mplem -sole-. orinary. iDistrit of Coclumbl also A dom Peb. for' ,A. . .W.EInc Gagan Bimst no Cn elgn ode 16--o in D. t in the couel have entered the mass, lmn them eutrq nuero event., T.ere will be mobg tm a suh C. Ty erl, the MurphA Roy e oNThRS O unt N ae m The entris received up to this moamin an Da. fo.lown; George Ftseimmon, and .. WSehmnc Greenboro, N. C, Cle Club; Albert M. ;o d;Knoxville, C; Werpe, Al bema I Club, Wf.inson,L T.J. Ma SAd w. boro', N C.; . rT. ]R, Invnci ble Road Club, Washington, D. C.; L. R Gugan, Baltimore C.C.; Charee L Jobnoto. Hagerstown A ycle Club; HEL B. Arn, N. A. d.; Ford Bsley, do.; Ernet M. Py, Wese i nyD.C.;& o I aut whe W an . D. Adams. G. V. N M P g ,Z ag ey l m s., I - D . Ne White, altimore W B N. Terry Crescent Owntury L Wehingtcn,6.4.;J. W. Cox, StL Louis Cycl u Club; ertinrdbr StP aouis CeClub; SA. C.. Del r. C. T y SprBngoaeld, Qst, 1. t McDonald, King. Cont WherPk en haeiZ Wiuaker y Wmih.en 'K P. Buruhamo, Newo.~mH Club; John T. Mount, 1ide0 B ye Clu rWashingto, D. C.; eog W. Shannon, rook H.. Drapr, PIephia:- Clifford SY. N. D. C.; W Harry Ward, do.; Whe m . Mr, N Y. A. C. roy heor, LincolneCrd L Cicao;Edward A. Neb:14SL I All.n BLClub W. E Peni a oB. VA. C. |- Pupb; Pr THertt SCharlees . Doontge, do.; Th . W. ar e ford . A. C,; L C. Wheeler, Orange, N.J. a do.; George A. Banker, N.Y., do.; tP. J. eri L N Hmember o ann , I h, o. e Lumden J. D Adms. G. V. A elee Club A. Rie Wilmingt aheL"e Soulliken, Baltimare C. C.; A. J. Dotcrmana , New York George C. Smith, Rivur"o Whelat smen, N. - Sidney BL Bowman, New York SHarry Ma Asbury Park W seelmen; W. J o Conty (N. J.) Roadsters; L C e Whe XN A. C. and 0. A. C.; Edward[ Me. d La e teHudson County (N.. ofWeelmen EL Po Bretedte Ving (tNgt of) thmnS B. Bowman afd H IL Saltos A Elzabet N ) C, Herbert Bilyou, Park Aveonue pbiaS Wtehelmen; oyland Smith. N. Y. A. C.; A. B. h, Riverside (N. Y.) Wheelin R -. nao rhy. Kig County thY. O Wheelmen wa getrWatky, Creoent Whe, Wash An isseen in the of entries, very fi Washington rider, have entered. V AVer IN TIeM SOUTH. w Alliance en Net pnthoae Over tim I- Feeple.s Party Ticket. 1Spea DIspaloh to The Iventiy Siar. ul BAwoz, N. C., July 18.-The noinastiot d of Weaver and aield by the people'. party a Omaha win no received here with any appa an t depe of enthusasm by the third po" members of the armer ' Alliance, who condt d tote bulkof the new party in the south TSea ofy tht mor prominert onvinhemd e dsermt to peartya kn b ot dtha ac ....- ...parnttat he ere...it o .e didar. warilsot d faengh t tpeople' a smch brghewaths stt hntewrtw monththago. efst ios eimte that he et of Premane en a Po.".seduced"te voing tegt f he fpat oeafei thi hise aie stte a tsete..,..,.li..d.....be.n..,.cid..... a- anticktf y the mah cvetbone wa eneal upoe e ol e he At maoiyoftevteeatfr ok hw ifmcon ~mpe repr..sed~as ti. a~oeatee ei A VAUM RAI leand mbu . a~ ,h.a A UK4M t adres ame fur Puan a01 ONE esoi 69 1henm stibd ease, deal fis, fle am atth Vaednm =A P06. - lema e S Wsn OV "A ^""'"""-- -''EO t Bea s, Wga.5. m -tee VWo Gab& agi har a So I It a fU boemh In ae.mdane, Cmi Judge Dis et and esteedsite feas Bros.e . ml b Thes ehy spao "e ad est loe 121h -a ae as W Osodse sa ma aiording to rise ma. Woefl e mwan perlps as hand. This u bm been a - pyae attention of gs res-t far o pa. eordia P. t rem of Bati m is t- e sredpe In and Tohis ese a"em s eounful fest th Ws~gtn aiyml e nt Lockmt rbead and Was. . and re wenlly asheaft attorney hor this a Draat and ox-Judg Chee ad L C. Ciosky, a youn luwye frie Wasg ten, end who was ----ny admitted teproo Mee at this bar, have been -etinad by Emm, Stevens and Best as -addimal eansed is the The Wahington and Puema Beanead Cbm Nof mmBallmore Chrse 8teaky of N&, C. C. Ndet o is 6"wn and m . E. e of Chesi canty. Mr. orepresents te road, Mr. Mudd the eoeditors and Mr. 81ma te e Zomp of New York, ofetI w Mb marie g=o harm oene .bd is pro dent. TMis am claim. to hae put up the money to put the old read into ope a, whek is now under the me e Wash 3gto Ctand Point Lookout ralroad, wil WU. J. as vime president sm g.n..a C l Dis came to ths moand so-meneed work on this road in the water of 181, and a amowat of mommy was put en s read. Be the road bed put In apryirshpe, end a train lw soon making the ine. averything pomed s uborlnd the read was doing an *ant reoipi of ndywin station inreag over Se-per cent. Son tihme in the ------of 181 a writ of replevin was swarn out in the Unted States court for New J by Martin & Co., and a down and ead the rolling stock and moved it e f& rod "201L stopped an opemation for some ti, until other rolling stock emalil be &-- Ir and when this was done injunetiom wore on them and they were atdi~ent thmes and placed in very pos1 doens. The s oast earme into eomt an March 1 lost, but nothing was doe and it was ecie to carry it over until the April tres of eoert, and this being done it was sill further eon tinued until May 13. but owing to a lack of evi deoee on the part of the tinbt it was con tinned to June 3, at w time an order was iosed by the court dissolving the Injnnction and allowing him to ran tain*. During ther=eof the trial at yesterday a motion was i by Francis P. Steve s the an non-resident plaintifas should le a bond for cot, but as the costs did not, nor wil over, exceed 01.00 the motion was on the ground that a bond was died with the injunction proceedings. A aotion also to in crease bond was overruled conditioally-that it would be done If nce=ary The case then proceeded tothe Rnal hearing. ER-Cogromman Mudd opened for the creditors. The mony of the creditors was read and that of the rarcad uws taken up when court adjourned until 9 o'clock this morning. It will take an day to Snith reading the testimony. DISTBRCT GOVERIaranW. succeswuir nranaa Von somrLas. The fonowing is a list of the sueceesful bid ders in the matter of Ditrict supplies ter the present Goal year: Blank forms and printing-B. & AdaaJudd Detweiler and W. H. Moore & Co. Boots and shoes-B. Dich & e. Drugmaeciller A Stevens and . D. GB WAI. Dry goode-B. Rich & Sons and Inbur gh Fresh meat and corned beef-T. T. Keane, R. L Kengla and J. H. Bucher. Furniture-W. B. Moses & Some, W. a W lIaems and Julius lansburgh. Groceris. B. Bryan, B. J. Earnshw. W. X. Galt a o., Wilson Biscuit Company, $. C. Ez&oo ACo. and James L. Brbour So. . E. Chpalna, B. J. Kaemy and Mayield & Huston. dlam, paints and varnish-Geoarge 33neal, r. h y, W. EL Butler and Vacorm 0a1 H w W. A. Pate, J. H. Cheshy & Co., E . Wheeler. Charles T. Carter & Co., James L Barbour a Son and F. P. May & Co. Ice-Independent Ice Company and Orest Balls Ice Company. LAnposts and aei..neom ..oe.s. John spr gma & Sen. Lumber-Thoe. W. Smith, Wa. T. Gahnenhe a . and IUbbey, Bittinger & Miller. m-bers' materials-Rahert Lrfeuh a 80m2. Vaddlry-Conrad Becer and W. A. Pate. School. Morrison ar Copany Win. Ballantne A Son, John 0urphyCo. and W. J. C. buianey. Statin -~Ge R Jr.Wa. Btityme Son K. orrison COMMn Job.n Parker. E. P. Baeiycf 8seamans a Bane diet, the Spencerian Pen Coapany and Was. J. C. Dulaney. Teogrp andteeonspli-V L Pate= & LaG.Whoelor. Tinware-H. L Gregory. Tun w===L==='s ruvrmox. The petition of the Capital City Bleyels Chub requesting the amendment of the police rega ki-s.- in reference to the earrying ot light. and balks on bicycles and tricycles, meantioned -in Turn Sran of yesterday, has bean referred to ween hoetohb the amnmn ae before the great smeet of wh..lmen- here next Monday. The chief of polin -a today directed to notify Mr. V. H. Baplay, the proprietor of the National Theater, that he having failed to ma the necesary alterations requ for the sfety ha The chie .e. .. isodireeted t I no further publi em---- stotin ""siag n sttedthat the -atrtosw r. asordered to E make we the erection e es pe n the western side of the theater froma the drems circle and =gahy and also the widening ot the skim throughout the e. The applicatio of Bens). P. Do Atley. mB ik street southwest, for a whelamlie lieuor hisse has been reeoted, niram 1o crama -e IL'r.. The chief ot pollee he. been nettled ~thea applotinof Myles Gibbems hr a hissess to all liquor at N6. 381 15th straet having been falyrejetd eis dirasted to eless amid phae mm aser vwr A maenoar. immir. The rina mismatn and qkina am-a pengy and the United States meedrs IM6e 'Companty have been inmnmad me bairne thy will be allowed toopnmy roadwaly for me systes it be aeessary to ebtain a -pca pemi therofer from 40p~ oes. The fo-wn bullig pei were imme today: 5.5. Dodge, ene tun-stery end eame brick dwuNing, 215th aiet asmasa gm~ S. n-- ene ans7 ml m meat brishkI one -askem beis behay, let ,bek, Nemsent 1 bb en em 1 a'eas -nme dleg as eees of me 3Basas asesm at 8 p~a, omngm em .USe uS 'e uesiii. Temene us es.e ......a M.~m ~e7 Eu meZKes se m masa te SUAa a'k eme a verar-& am 2eAT Tmm ees van FNa A" sa? y onessam esam ma z ss -n was sOM. In the iminal Osr besse Judge Moat gammry ae ka of on5er Nabs for mes daughter In hilng Can. Leons in December at was continued after Tom tan's report amad and Iestim.0 was ealered an feews: TIM a t 1 was mata Lama., he mobr, who ft ed AM s 1enk P1... and her m bad been at work. Wham he returned he spoke f the S -m.aiMo e the S skeet and them shweAt eat and cams bot to the boe. The elomr (Maeif) as at bhe some and her m was -inbe hase. e ed who had van in tsse and he ba.ed in he hose to we who went An and saw. her son. Meden =hib Pid and de answered her me was but no ent hed doe aIng. He re oe eMea r had beanabt e eald hotthe one who d is and 16o0t her if he did net get adi t ofe e than ired ifto the der, whic ev pa y ad he reshed right in and so fsoel n am was sead fa ythe fact of do bed. Ot fold himn met to kiltebay, for baddosame ob1%g Heend arrest bin, but he had dane nothing. He re plie: "At oeer has been sot and ye did it" tothe b ." 're a Mr" (to her). and hIv do be The bey said he had dan dyja d asy fre her (she har ng et hMa). ad ha )(s al red and her sme bag e baor. Mae all.west u and ued me (te or rees times). a esoehd, "Plume ' m d te eeer eubbed he boy thee tMesh he won dying. she aw her so hdw hi whe be aomer made for maad her a a west of. but it was nt poisted at bhe ao. It was fter he eor - hi pistel. M.llo them dthe at the book of bghead and ones d .ashe tM bin fib Jet theo door, uiga cmes word, for she wanted io get to her y og m and de ' dup something to hit him Mellon a ftM her came and rR -M her dead," and thaa s was permanded tsE.te an.igbr's. in b room. Wita ..t.ed her aen'. hata bioek d . with he erew knocked in a" a brook on 0rim. On no - mban-ti by Judge Wilson Nr. Lmax om her am en coming home .d . al peron had beaw .-ad and were in the After bet om west out Ae folowed, uhreturned w she hard apinial abet. 3*3Waa T TATraM. Harriet Thylor taded bt she lived mat to Mrs. Loma; bat as be might of bhe eeoting she heard a seresm and ran out into Lomax's gard; aw Marley In the door and hiM mother yard; saw the alla raning down the alley, a" the gate. bet eme back whe he now in thedoor. etiy got back and cloed door a o a the Ofcer turned back. Ofcar Men ran into the gate and Aed a soon a he rosed the door; Mrs. Lomar was ine yard- did not hear the offoer my anything: the door wa closaed an te mother got hold of the eour, beginW him not to kill her ohild, but arrest him a" would owih Won, and they got into the bas. saw through the window the ofcer re (thre were thro shot). and at he third shot Chary MR aid Melon then dubbed the bo. The o~eer west and blew his whiatie. e -zaom.asatim witass sad it was LTcinds Strivers' screamn whki brought her out agd witumsslked with decenaed, who was who& was the matter with the peopl, and aller me a nd he west to the door and shot. He ) ared thra bsot, in the home. Chart7 was doing nothig. but had his head down at the foot of the bed and Maon struck im three ado with the billy and witness left. Moths did not go up after Charley had fallen and Are three more shota. Did not me Charley with a pisto. The oficer gave the duumad heromsnial blows, not per pendficular. meLnib Striver loadied that dhe lived in an allay ner Wilson skeet, appeaue Lemox's, at the tbme and heard reaningand a man Ired and ahe aetamd b-ms abhe was afraid. and she atood athe til they aid be boy was dead: saw the ofcai ra pmst the omaz gate ad ran back into Lomax's gate. When witness halooed Charley opened the door and tood at it. When Mlo ran into the yard be grabbed at Charie, who aut the door, and the ooer led. Be fore be lred Mra. Lomar bged him not to ahoot, bat he ad somme one had shot an olalr and he would "ahoot mm me tonight." Then the door wa m&o1ed a" de bari the mother begging the oicar not to shoot. but awrut the boy, and be replihd that if ahe did not go away he would blow ber brains oat, and aba hared three ahots 13 the hems. nomaA Pans. Os reseming bhe trial tady bhe govercment oiled 3.dba Fa, who i-ma btab.e was under arrest by Mones for aking about her hoa-in=d being aruesad; bet ahe was throws down and mm orn 1usd a pitoL. The omeers let go et her ande ac ek. the did not know where her boy was that evenng Os ----- wibm mid -n et bhe ecer. maid be was tat and bath rn of' after a crowd. George Nlge wee hame and he died a few daye age. lath Lomas, dmarh ef bhe deme-d, teatied btabse wee at the gate wham bhe eBee reehed I.. (harley wee in bhe hem.e a"d his mother wa s bte yard. He askd who eam in hare an d my's nother emid bhat he had ecome 13 ifeom weak. He said one of hio man a bees abet and ho wald abeet any one Iemaed Dabs= west to bhe doer and abet ina"d west Iafaowed by (rley's mobse. Beard( eyy"Whotdsyeaemeferms for? I've daoing and yea hove no war rant," ad his mathar basd bhe ome.r not to thoot him, bat he abet bhre tiene. He drove Marth a t. marohn eat with bhe plated, aaying, "Osoat af , 'R k yoa." After (harley as .mae she bamed two hbi-i bhe Os - -uieaa Nrs. Ima mid (harley had rea 13 and in hearry. J bat er.e bhe omcar eme in and he (m..an) *e bhe H~al bay, agii of pase dm*=toa d bet desemed was ha amt es tat be em. 13 Nam. L.'h heme befase hs eting wham m.ae emse in. Itewa dar e'letek and he tismied bat to. wtm whoa he went e st ee bhe -ra--e~ and se wen with hi to bhe ae et WThea seet, and (Taiweat to Man. hp'aee a ed hack to oee. m- of e aea, and bey woaed hd ie his Qem ale gowaing eser Qe QIo, beas Leb A. Schme, urn ga ust sembes ha sea Eaimmm aa been eto .. pluaea be g.epmes or be .- E.Go. --be amea" ssee me slramer., b g ah- s Ma , they em t ass a eeeesad sssicsta..tm 4Q ...,.. ........ ....e. wr--Lgn U.S. Gvet 3apest Powder SeO Woese Oewdoed to ame Game of s ameiemme he essaftim eof 4ae 06 6e 010m of to miM-* r0B in *e CEUr d'Alem betie, Idahe. i Aieed to be mom murieas Imn No War Depulmet at AMt thmaqt to o be. Man cted Sat.es Weep. mmar g edered the trat, ad fmee noeA Mil finky amaited. Gen. eham nhae .eid a tefigem ben COl. Pai af the fourth Uy. whe is a -m-ma of e fedevel reeps at Werdim. me the aedn of the trmobim, saying ht at hirse e in very bad condiSjo. Aeting upon this interaom Gea. IsheaM imawd-ately lsingimphed sedase for O foelo Ing additomal be"ps te prooeed to Wardm: Four comeaies t istry tram rant peame. Wesh., a tr"op of eavalry aid i eampaime of infantry freom Vaneouver brmetW. Wash. frm Fort ..ma ad Font e. give Oil. Prin a active ftde et many M amen. If this membrq preot Imque te War Deparm m prepared to move eddiieal forers to the seme at es Iom ether sm posts in the aarntheat .I. SCA'S* PUSOWUegS. Il T OMi e the Kind of sm Ne s New O"-Ua., hM hem prbably aeer been a mi $mry orgaie- in the Comatry wAk has give. me much pieisur. to ciltiase and ob tmined sech a wide paplmrity as dh MUnine Dand. Without Say manner of 4d a very Wme meauRe of the OuVMce whe~c *e basd bm attained could be disetly traced toe eire g work and profeieqpl skill a the hleaer. Prof. tioqaM. P-oie in Warshingto weregroatly dinep pointed when trof. Non. aeepted e eader fhip of the rp mgnilemt military bad em bare it. - in Chicago. While rejoicing at the oempimart w6ich amob an Efer Meant to Prof. AnueM end at the bred f- great reputatio whit ftmuant mea been g .rally espvssd thatme lam of its prewent leaer might mem a falling off f the high standard which the Marin Bad has set up. Prof. Ptmn leaves bhre to take persal of the whi bchhe =Ih Prof. V-0m4 said: .e new bond is met being formed with ea peefireni e tothe wtred'a fair. Snemoy P lenagme. and as wet ma e - Ieet has be maade Sidth e Emirosle , atof the orgaui--en-- is beldwry largely in New York ad the company eidsia New Jersey charter. Okaeea a central paint was "imply chosen an headqua'sera on aergsnt of the fadelitaus it aforded. and as a mter of fact the band wil apred ceampartivey Matte time in that city. "'1e organisation pew out of the geera knowledge that all over the couney there was a demand for high-ean military manic. Outide of the Marine and Gilmore's basd there me no organizations In the country whiek meet thim want in any sort of a untisfactery mamer. The new band. I feel sum. will be the beat bul anced orgaipationo of e ind in te world and will be one in whirh the iAtri Can people can take pide. There Ui0 be seventy members all w t will be thorough musiciana. We have already or eepted about thirty men. al Of whom a;* en tirely atisfactory. As a gea al rule the men are young, from twenty-Ave to bierty yeas end, and not weidded to any yeaems. 1%e 'rganima tion %il! make tonur from one end of tie eae try to the other. and I thoroughly belies ma prove a btg uooes." Tie lied Men are giving a largely attemnd execreion today to tiver V'ew am the Mar. Washington an the t4emu J. Pent.. on V.A Urday next Capt. Randali aeumem hi1 popular famaly trips to River Vie.w. whn the price Sill be 10 cents for everybody going on the :l 9bad 1:45 boat. With the low unere of ticket. em Orem Cit thi Sefsu with'a erhedule of Ave and a ehal hour, which has been obtained through the efforts of the Hinepuanot Beach Impany. Washingtonisua have no ename to compliea of the wantof a grand ocean reeet, and that, with Grst-clas arenmadation ie evern - eqpect, siould cA-ee a large nnmbhe to ava" atmmism of thin luxury. Tehe V. X. C. A. nSames. The base bell gaeme and pentatham memely athletic sports at the T. A. C. A. lark teamurrow at 4:3U p.m. is the tatk at the V. I. C. A. bid ing end groande. mhe banm ellm game u-U be beetween the i oung Nen'etholie Cub ad ties YT. K. C. A. nine. Fitzgerald. who is doing such efilcient work in the box for the Ostheile bsoye, will puzze the Y. K. C. A.s with him curvee and H nibrouk will mystify the V. K.C. C. 1he pentathanm gaee. will he inserapereed and every nuomena the epceeswill have plenty to inenrest them. ~ luing the kane beln gam.e which will be ene of the bent eambter ceatants of the eason. The prneeeds of the diy we bse devoted to paying the expenmes et the Y. N. C. A. nine for a weok at Aebury l'ak~wheue the will play all eommr. Thme Siangee Ta et huytmie Tothe uIer nhe Eeaairier Your eoraag contemporary canemat. en the "ningie tax absurditim." et Hoary George. Thse eystem is. for the mosmt at hemnt, in op eratieo in Kyaitvllle. Our premenat rate of eax aia is two-thire gease, thes ot a yer age. 3iotwithsinmding this erly overy heideroetalEtthehome has topayfritemMoto5 er U per ent asse tae tha lnt yeasr, while the hold.,. et imad newr to the detriment of the ...e.m.alty kept out of ay produrtive mse mes es mehe up the digeuwe. and owr wmme -e m~ne==lly gpester tamever before. Ilathe bee of theme caeeoe faesn. ad U blang to the ademtng. ot Uvytestife e hae it a towo of homes. emoy of our citimans fa e mee the "abmurdities" of whisk Na ingle tem eyatem is guilty and would inn to kane thwao goened out. J. U. Basais. JaR, 63 82. Deeds in fee have been thed an dm Nary C. Ward to W. A. hsewe, seh as em as, eg. ste: 0,-. D . Thmmpmnmate al. em A. Omery. rob D. eq. U; 0-. Mary U. assmn Ie n-bar= Fbm. Ibemsandme bieh 37. Loeg Mendew.; 6MU.. E3. mis win te m ve. a lit 0a basak 4, Team kng Ger; 0ik . 3Lweta em U. Aht ases 3 eam 1t 0 o . ei a e~hn,.ame sste,.sana o e.e 3. Umwab Eat , e, U,1 se Iatm . 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