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W. L. BRISTOL,
R. W. MILLER,
Hoops everything pertaining to
tho lino of Staple ana Fancy Oro
scriOB, Woodomraro, Vegetables,
Fruits, &c, &c.
Try My Now Stylo Mixed
DifToront Combination Prom any
Before OH'orcd in tho Market,
and of Excollcnt Flavor.
Swaet and Rich
Central Hop Yeast
Atfuin This Summer.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
Office, Bulletin 39wlldlncr Coxatr 1?-wlftli. OtToat attiL "WaaKircrtoxi. .Vvan.vi.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, JULY 25. 1875.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WhoI'Ml anil tit-hill Dmitri In
Foreign and Domestic
h im:h of a i.i. KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Lovee,
MKSSIf. ."MYTH A CO. Iiave contintly
ii Inn-., ulirf k nt llir In-t iriiirU III tliv liur-
Ul, uii'l (rUniaI ulltntlon to Hit- MiultwnU
ratlin in inn iiimii
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
Wholesale ami ItHell Ilnilfr in
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo uud Kankakco, III.
CAIRO office :
At Hulen & Wilson's, CornerTwslfth St
and Ohio Levee.
wivuti ttiruiitioiit the
pure lute In: In miy
T will inn an In'
.1. sraon, ilHhirini." nun- lute In: Ii
parlor tru-clty nt tin- IohiM market prli-, ami
win aiimiiini in inr ir rmu ouiiu leinev iv mi
ck or eur loail, packet In MWilutt
O! hr Ilie
or ahliniirnl to anv
Cornor Ulelitli. Street,
WM. WETZEL, Proprietor.
AHIUSTV watch kept night ami ilny
train, uml Unin1x..ili
THE BROADHEAD LETTER.
The t .if ui.ii.iin,u1utt(Lti.
KUftU at Two I)iI1k ,r .l.r
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
-,...i,.a rn n.nn bv tho car-load,
'on, or in hoKshendH, for shipment,
Promptly attended to.
"To largo consumors and all
maii'ifacturerB. we are prepared
:o Hitpoly any quantity, by tho
aontfi ur year, at uniform ratCH.
CAJRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
EJ-JteUliHy ...a 'aollUv, No MOhlo Levn-.
Q-llttiriiUy tro wharf boat
$V.i ?S BSj foot of Tlilriy-KlKUt
'ori'o.t Offlct Drawer. .
wiioixmai.i: latot i:ks.
STRATTON & BIRD,
; Commission Merchants
AQENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
II A 'I hums.
I. U Tboliia
333 3313, Ca.OO.
Thirty-Third Annual Session
Begins Sept. 29th.
Fur Circular Ail'lrest
Dr. DeLaskle Miller, OSB Wuuash Ave.
REST ! REST!
Evorprosont "Rtst for tho Weary."
SIullreiFM, I'lUowa nl lh.leteis l
G. W HICK'S
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Smw-Mir. tu 11 M llulfi).)
An.l ilealeM In
STAPLE AND FANCY
ForetKn and Domestic Fruits and Nuts
. . - ainf Ttn
184 COMMERCIAL Itvunui..
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
O llllluir ortleM
1ii Ct-lrbrntril Hroiullit-inl l.i'lli'r nf
I ho l.nle 1pii. I'mnk I. Illnlr.
'i'lic lU-atli of Opii. I'nuil; I. Illnlr mijt-jje-its
tin! i i!-t)utillc;itlfiii of lilt rclcliralcd
llroaillirnil leltor. When It. witi llr.t
glvt'ii to the iitl)llc It was uuliivornlily ro
trlvcil, iiikI Injmril (Jen. Illnlr mill tho
Dcinnrrntlc party, wIiom cnnillil.'iti! lie
Wfij; hut now It U nliiln that hk view win
cornet, ami that tin; riToii'.trih.tloii
(iia'Stlon wiii Hie mo-it iniiortaiit of
V.MHN(iio.v, June W, ISCf.
Col . Jairn'o K. HrctvJlnii'1;
Dkaii Coi.onki. In reply to your lu-ijulrk't-,
I U-K leave to my that I kavuyoit
to (U'ti:rtiilnc. on conciliation with my
IrlcnilH Irom All-souri, whethrr my iianiu
liall be pruMititnl to the democratic
convention, antl to ptibinlt the lollowlii'
in what I consider the real and only I
sue In llils contest :
'J'he reconstruction policy of the Uadl
cals will be complete iMiforu the nextelee
tIon;the .Statas so loiiff excluded will
have been admitted, nctfro sull'nige es
tablMicd and the earpet-ha'.'K'-'f'f
Mulled In their icaM In both hrauchci of
f')ii''re;"(. There U to he no posi-lbllity
of chauuln the jmlltieal character of the
Senate, even If the democrats .should
elect their I'rc-Ident and a majority of
the popular branch of Coiires-. ' We
cannot, therefore, undo the radical plan
of reconstruction by Conrw-.-ional ac
tion ; the Senate will continue a bar to it
rencal. Mut wuKtihinittolt? How can
it be overthrown!: It can only be over
thrown by the authority of the executive,
who Is awom to maintain the eouMitu
tlon. and who will fall to do hN duty If
he allow-i the constitution to peri.h under
a seric of Cont'rc'-Ioiial euactiueutn
which are in palpable violation of its tun
If the president electeil by the democ
racy enforce- or permits others to enforce
ihe.e recoiis'ructlon actii.tlie nuliejil", by
theacce-eloii of twenty i-purlous K'nators
and illty rcprcneiitatlvcs will contnd
both branches of eon'ic-s. and his ad-inlnl-tratlon
will Iw a- powerh'.-- u the
prceiit one ol Mr. lolui'-on.
There is but one way to restore the
government and the con-tltiitlon. and that
is for the piesideiit-elect to declare these
acts null and void, compel the army to
undoimisiirpatlonsatthe south, di-peret,
the earpet-ba' government', allow the
white icople to rcornnic thclrown gov
ernment', elect .-cnators and reiire.-enta-tlves.
'J'he house of reiircentatlves will
contain a malority of democrats Irom
the north, and they will admit the repre
sentatives elected by the white iieoplc of
uie-ouiii;aua wunineeo-opcration otthe
president, It will not bedillicult to compel
the .-enatc to .-ubiiilt once more to the ob
ligations of the constitution. It will not
be able to withstand the public judgment
It di-tinctly invoked and clearly ex-pre.--eil
on this fiiiidamcnt.il lue, and
It U thu fciirj. way to avoid all future
.-trlle to put this Nsilc plainly to iiiUo.
try. 1 n-iK-at this is the real and only
question which wo should allow to
control us. bhall we Mibmlt to the usur
pations by which the noverinncnt has
lecn overthrown, or .-hall we exert our
selves for its full and eoninletj' pVWP
tSucC. L'ot.raiKi the puiniciutrn nhiiputj
lic crelit. What cnu a democratic presi
dent do In regard to any of these with a
congres controlled in both branches by
the carpet-baggers and their allle.'? He
will be powerless to -top the .supplies by
which Idle negroes are organized into
political clubs by which an army Is
maintained to protect the.-e vagabond; in
tlwlr nntraL'L'S iinou the ballot, lhese
wi tiiiiirrs iit-o ttice cat un the revenue-!
.mi r..tnnrffs of the L'ovi'rnment and de
stroy Its credit make, the dltlerence be
tween cold and greenbacks. e must
ro.tnri. tin- constitution before we can
rr-.toiY! the llnances. and to do this we
must have a nrc.Mdeut who will execute
tho will of the neonlebv tramping into
ilu.t tho unirDatlon of consn-ss know n
nw thu reconstruction acts. 1 wish to
stand before the convention on this 1
sun? hut it is one which embraces every
thing else that is ot value In Its large and
winitirnli(iii!vn results. It I the 0ll(
thine that Includes everything that l
uniih lonte-t. and without It there is
miililiiL' that "Ives honor, dlirnity or
value to the .struggle. Vour friend.
1'iiank l. lti.Aiu.
Jler llpntli-lli-r netollnil In Her lln
linml AIiiioM H'linonl I'nriillcl In
I.ady Jane (irillln Franklin, whose
death l'nnnouiieed by cable, dc-ervc.s to
rank lnliItoryas one of the most re
inarknble women of this or any age. She
was born in ISOi, and Avhen '.'ii year? of
agebeeaine the second wife of Sir John
I ranklln, thedltlngullied KngiMi navi
gator mid arctic explorer. When .Sir
John was appointed Governor of Van
Dicirmn'n Land, In 1830. Lady Frnnl.lhi
accompanied hlin, whore fUc remained
until 1SI'J. .She took an active Interest in
all her husband's enterprises, and assist
ed hlin greatly in his preparations for the
fatal voyage of dUcovory to the north
pole. This expedition started In May,
18-I5, on the Terror and Krebus, but
never returned, j'or ievenil years no In
telligence of the expedition reached Eng
land, and a majority of the people came
to the conclusion that it had been lost
and all on board had perished. Hut I.ady
I'ranklln was not of the numlxT. She
clung to the hope that her husband still
lived, am! tlmt,altliough perhaps wrecked
in the arctic si, he had found n home
among the Esquimaux, and would event
ually be rescued. .She besought the gov
ernment to send out an expedition in
search of the explorers. Several expedi
ditions were sent, both from England and
America, and In 1S."XJ I.ady Franklin her
self fitted up an expedition to Join in the
search. It was not until K1I, however,
that any tidings came back fioni the fro
zen one. In that year l)r. Ilea found
.some relics of the lo-t navigators, and
they were onlv siilllcleiit to deinon-trate
that the ves-els had been crushed In the
Ice, and to dNtiel all hojio, for the safely
of the crew, lint I.ady rrauklhi refused
to believe the inevitable, and again in
Ib'u fitted up the steamer Fox, and
placed it under command of Capt. Mc
Cllntock. In the summer of 1S.VJ, t'apt.
McCllntock dl-covcR'd on the .shore of
King William': Laud, a record deposited
in a cavern by the survivors of Franklin's
company. This dociiiiic-nt. dated April
M, WIS. stated that Sir John Franklin
had died on the 11th of .lime, 171; that
the Erebus and Terror had been aban
doned on April ii, lss( SR.n the ttrvl
Eors, 10.") in number, started for the
tireat Fi-li river. Other relics were dis
covered that, tended to eoullrm till,
statement, when the Fox returned to
I.ady Franklin was now compelled to
abandon all hope of again seeing her hus
band alive. Hut he still hoped that some
of the crew would he found who could
give an account ot his l.i-t moments, and
M:rhaps give to the world the results of
the expedition. I'p to thu day of her
deatli she never wearied of patronizing
expeditions to the north poie,and tookau
active interest hi all such explorations.
When the expedition from Portsmouth
started for the arctic rcdon a few weeks
ago, Lady Franklin, although feeble in
health, was present to see the shins oil',
and sent wonN ol kindly encouragement
to the crew. Her sou accompanied the
In search for some rcliccs ol her lost
husband, I.ady Franklin expended her
'orninc, ami tucii comparatively
." ::.'. i. r "i" esteemed by all who
nill-M ll-.l I'll hit Iliaiiv fhni- ,l..e .....1 1.....
. , , , - in ii i iici
iLr-iiiiai vurui. j;it world lias
a brave, good woman, whose lvo
to hor husbaml is aluio-t without .-i
Hie" W(x-s.r7;',ry i'Utwho, .nth midst
but the whole w t,. .-Y, :iot torget
death, and speak words orpF.iI'cn'i nrt
Olough & Warren Organ Co.'s
(Late SIMMONS to CLOUGH ORGAN CO..)
IITrf.U Willi tub NMW.T ltKND.i
FLOUR, MEAL, GRAIN HAY.
l AlltO, ll.I.ISOIs
AND tiKALlH 1H
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Under City National Bank.
IWir.I.ncll In rar.loml Iota at miinrclurrr
prlri'j, mlillnjc FrcUht,
JOHX B. PHILLIS
tSiiomnr" to Joliu II. riilllUI
Anil Dealers In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BEAN, etc.
Agenu tor LAFLIN RAND POWDER CO
ICoraor Tenth Street
7. I Mnthuss.
SCRIBNER'S PATENT QUALIFYING TUBES,
An inentloii liitvinguiiiuit linimrtiuit lic.irlns on tin- fnliiii! ic)iiitatliin nf l.'nil I n-t tiifiK-i t s . by
iin-iins of wliicli tlicinuntlly or vuliinii-of tone l wry liusiiy
inru-aMil, uml lli'iiialitv uftonoicnilvnil
Equal to U ci hi Pi:: Qrp & m Sii.
Our tililiratiil "Vox Cli-ti'," "Vox lliunann." "WIU'on I'ntrnt," "Octim- Couiilir,".
rhartniiijr "CVllo" or "Clarlontt" Stops, "(ii-ms Horn," "Cn-iimnu," "Vox Aiigcli't,'
"Vloln I'.tlicria" mid
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
Can Ik: obtained only In llic-e Organs
Fifty Differont Stylos,
For tho Parlor and tho Church,
The Best Material ana Workmanship,
quality ana voiumo 01 xonq uiiequaiie"
PniOES, $QO TO
Fftelcry &nd Wareroomi, Ccr. 6th ud Cnngress Sis., DETROIT, KICH16AN.
(Established in 1850.) Agonts Wanted in F-vcry County.
MATHUSS & UHL,
FLOUR. GRAIN, HAY AND
04 Ohio Zjovoo.
Address CLOUGH &
WARREN ORGAN CO., Detroit, Mich.
The I'riil'etlin niu Ilie I'ronlileiM-j-,
The conlldcnt prediction by so old and
L.tniUirniii n statesmen :s Hon. Alex. II.
.Stephens, that the next rresldent ol the
..I. I Z.. ...Ml n .. 1MII'llillIcf
I IUICII rjiaies iu J",'"
ti.,r.f,.cii.ii the Iniiulrvas to how thedltlcr-
;..,7?imiesslous have fared In the past in
... . .. 1 . V line).'
Credit should be given to the plucky
Princeton bov who rowed bravely on
with his crew vestcrdav until he tainted
from the nam ol a leion on nis uuger.
Men and women, though, can eiuiurc
much nhvslcal sufVerinL' while under a
---i - . .an
it.iti. nt lili'h mental exe temeilt. lliojaii1
Anna Cora Mowatt, the actress, relates, an
instance of when she was playing Krmlnr,
u-lilnli nntlv illustrates tins, i ne m-.-jtc-
carpenter had carele.-'ly lelt the point of
a lartre nau outruiiing irom mu ni.uu ,
which llcrures so largely In the last scene
When Mrs. Mowatt rushed to the statue
nnii threw her arms arouir.l It. the nail
luMietrnted her lies h more tna u an men
Vet so great was the mental excitement
nf the moment, nnd so fully was she oe
muled with the seen-. that she did not
, i i iit.i
tiei anv Diivs cai nai i. mm. muri-ii,
int L-iinw tliaL shu hud met with an ae
cldent until, when the curtain had fallen,
i ... . inm na III to HI ot tier I ciiiuia.
Vomiff rami v may have been nuoycu
m tie i i' sniiii ineiiriii I'xeiieuii'iit. uui
all the same, ho deserves much credit lor
hi pluck. Afin lor; Ku-presi.
0HLV M.a5 A YEAR.
E. .1. Ayrcd.
S. 1). Ayrw
AYRES dc CO'
It. II. CUNNINIIII M.
....... - -
II LEACH, M D.,
ii i i, i,n li.iil u lnrire I'SUtrieiii e In
imii'tU'.ior.Mi-lloIni'nnaf-urK'ory Kspi-clal nt
ti'iitiun wild to Ilie llmii'i-opullilo trtiitnu-iit of
Surulml ill-i'a.-i'.i", aii'l ill-.i-4 hi winneii umi
-i-.tlli, ir.ini. r ( muni el.il Awniieaini
ILLIAM It. SMITU, M. D.
ltl-NinKXIJl-'.: No. il Tlilrtifntli flrcot, bo
twi-. ii WnslilnKloii aM-nue ami Walnut stm t.
OtTICi:: North l'l- of Klslitli tntt lf
twcrii Commercial anil Wn.liliiKton aveniif.
1'KCIAI. attention Riven toconslsmii"
lV)tncr of Nlni'twnlli ami I'opU- "trwU,
iwiifii the New York !. ore anil Col laim J 01
AmV ii" follow-1 Uxcl.lur anil hliuek Mat
lin'iw fiill Ue. coll.... lop, i ,r'.
i-oltoii ton. 5 oil plain hliiick MattU'', i
nn'i rl!uni. Hlitifte. nii.l "i II. 1,r,TISr511,i
i-tiliic4Hliirii'!tii iilt lliu liaul thii'V, lfnU,t
Vtiu'trv . asl,. IIlBlii'st nisi, price paM for corn
B. F. PARKER,
iPaints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Pftpor, Window Glass, Win
Sow ShadOB, &c.
Always on lia.ul, the celelnuU'il lllnininntins
AI HOIM OIL.
the distribution of that honor. A
review of the list will be tound to
as follows :
Washington was n ioldier.
Adams was a lawyer,
lellerson was a lawyer.
Madison was a statesman.
Monroe was u lawyer.
John (Julncy Adams was a lawyer.
Jackson was u soldier.
Van Huron was a law yer.
Harrison was a soldier.
Tvler was a lawyer.
Iolk was a lawyer.
Taylor was a soldier.
Filtnoro was a lawyer.
Tierce was a lawyer,
lluchanan was a lawyer.
Lincoln was a lawyer.
Johnson was a lawyer.
it is trim .Inelcoii was u lawyer a well
,.i.iin.. n .imliri. ns well as a Gen
us . MJliiivi :, , .
eral-but as it was his career as a ugiiiei
that made hlin President, he Is credltwl
to that profession. So l'lerco was lhig
adler Ceucral in the Mexican, war : but
he didn't distinguish hlmselt pecullati.
as a warrior, so wo apply to him the cor-
rclat vuo the proposition una i'
I'lceliiK trout TviiililHtlon.
A member of the colored church was
the other evcnliiL' conversing earnestly
with nn nerilialntanee.niul .seeklm? tohave
him change Into better paths, but the
friend said that he was too often teinpieu
to permit lilm to become a Chrlstaln.
ivlmrrt's ver Dackhniie that ve can I
rise mi nndftaud tciiiiitntion,j" exclaimed
; ... ; . ir
lint l'ooi man. i was tiai w iv iiij sun
once, lllght In dls ver town I had a
chance to -teal a pair o' boots mighty
iiIpi. ones. too. Anliuilv was dar to see
me. and I reached out my hanii ami ue
dehbll said taku 'cm. Den a good spirit
whlsncred lor me to Ictdein boots alone.
"Air you dld'nt take 'cmV "No, m'i
not miieli. I took a na'r 'o cbean shoes
oil" the shelf an' leU dem boots alone'."
W. DUNNINQ, M. D.
Comer Ninth ami Walnut
nvi-'ICK: Corner Sixth street ami Olilo iA.'te.
.i.-1'n'i.- iiiiiti!.s. KioinCa in. l'.'in i ali'l
fioiu 2 to S P in-
Or'l'lOK: lliuler'H Illork, (up-stalrit) , come
UltfUtli dtnit and WiieliinKton axi nue.
, llv ,
BlmckH, ilellvcrcl at I..V lacloi)
The Private Preiorlption Book.
B 10 i'l 8o"l llC01t, A.ll.li.P.
llnul., V.ilcwrl.. Ilidtncrlc Hrr.lu.
I. u., RlI'MUtlo M'l RH'i I'l""". f.l
It c 'n'i ui'ii. KoiiU i5"-h!:'
iiIwum. tteroinw ' ..... ,r.;
Corner Eleventh Street and Wnitatnu
koivl lflrZl.Klrt.lL.ro ..'I .II.IU...1..II;
li" Hum acc.! u4 Inipruclciu
tit avuntfi: Ufl
VrAUIiPOoO liOOK. Ol. Ul.
lif .cuu.ii; as cent. l lit rrHB.o
ik. Hit lal.t aoJ l'fl .
cuuiiiiiik i&"r.f. "
nipruim i l.trt iw ui.
I lull. M V' ' ,V;M. WW M.IUUU. u.
.h. kliaf I dumci. nw on su reM-eipGnrBur. '
I?!!, J, i .ul wrmm.nl mrr., I. .11 tor.U. .
it, riiiitricmc .iu'
ilicl un4rr ...l on
luV:. .h..ri.tl kn 1.11.4. i rHUI
TSUi K? lpl.ilI W"ri...,
RICAN REME0V co.
1 VS. w n "". i.oi'in,
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
J. O. IXXJMXjS,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
lulletln Bmlldlnir, Corner Twelfth Street
end Wnahlairten Avenue,
UrContT ami ItnllroHl Work Biwcintty.
plied to his great Democratic pmicce.v
ior. It should bo explained with respect
... Mm Lull lllll. II! SIIUI CU I IW . Dill
uvm. tn"liavu been drawn Into public
lite too soon to make any progress In the
A Nlory f HeniUor Wiule.
DeiixerCorrcsiMinileiicc New Ymk Tribune. 1
hm,.,,, ..v.u.in.iiiii- Wiiile went to Utah
thrcu or lour years "Ko lie eiicimiuerctl,
in eiosshi"' the desert of bait Lake- Oil ,
an old friend from Ohio who had gone.
"HOW till you liru inn
a,kid the hi nil old coui-
,n?.iV5:, . .,.ii was tho answer
would make a ulco country If there was a
little better society ami iucihj
tC"I should think so," retorted Mr.
, Wade ; "a 1 It o better soc eiy aim ioiy
oiynxn would make hell a paradise."
Colorado Is ahead of Utah In bo h rc
! ppects, for sho has better society and niore
' water, yet not enough of cither.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Cloae.
Corner 10th St. unit Commercial Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
J-OHN II. MULKEY,
Attorney nt !".
Ur'rTCH. KlKlith HUifli ln'twcui CiiinnuT-i-l.il
ami WaUlni!lon aenues.
MRS. J. SPEARS,
Weet hWu Commorclril Avenuo. between
t.NVM iloor to .1 Hiiwr'h ihy rooiIs M"";;)
A full 11 lie of llii-l..ti-taii't I'."4' linlilonal'le
HATS AND BONNETS
always on liaml. AUoi'V.ry arleiyoi
Kibbous Lacca and Trimmings,
. ..... , ...K....
. I I. .... .oil 111 111.' lllllll 1-411II.V. Ii'uo
.. ii. .in, v uml 1'Vi'islliliiBln lu-rntori- lorn
E3-A1ho iiRt-nt fur the HoIik- SewhiK .Mncliim-.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
VNui,iir in Mlllr A f.irkcr,)
Anil Dealers In
WnEAT, MEAL, GRAIN. HAY,
j CAlltO, ILLINOIS.
tl-Wi-IiavelcaSiil tlw IJtrge lellow Ware
liom-e, htiinwre eiipaclty 3,m tons, which K
Hi ample fJCllllles for "tnrlliK uml fclilppil'lf
0. N. HUGHES,
Wholesale, Retail and
Comer Toplar and Elovonth StrooU.
8-lTigb08t Cash Prico paid for
Iloca nnd Oattlo.
Over Mathuii MV
Flmt-ClMS foiui-Kiiliia repre
Attorney at Iiw.
i. . ... .... nwr niolll folll.llly
,WFli National mi-W.
h,i iu vh ami CoiuiMelorH
OFFIOK; Ohio Lc.yi ''i'"ls17 n"'1 8
City National lluuk,
William II 5,J,V:C"'. I ,.m
William li. mi . I "
M1U t'ml'U Mine
B3,Smvlal nllenlion (?lcn to Admiralty nnd
XORTH SIDi: Or EIGHTH STRKM
Between Washlntrtou nnd Commercial
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, np-italri.
The Oldoet Established Aeeney In South
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Cincinnati i Ohio.
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