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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 15 January 1898

3i ilL. FA KTLY IEEALD WEE : IT . ; Publishes ALL the NEWS wp th printing six days we k- PKIf!E FIVE CENTS. JOSHUA 8. RAYNOLDS President; ULY83E8 8. 8TEWART Cashier; -THE FIEST NATIONAL BAN El Paso Texas Capital 8iirpli& and Profits H. X. NEWMAN Banker W. H. AUSTIN Oashier; El Paso .... . A General Banking fttr Mexican Money and Exchange Bought and Sold. Gold and Silver rVliiiT! .XIi! aw.tv T1RPOSI r BOXES FOR RENT. DU111UU uuup;u O. R?VOREHEAO''pV8sirfent; J O. L'CKLANO Cashier; STATE $ ATI ONAL BANK Established April 1881. A legitimate bankiog business transacted in all its branches. Exchange on all th cities of the ite States bought at par. Highest prices paid for Mex- lean D-l'a. ' 4JUAREZ F BANCO COMERCIAL OF CHIHMIA. CAPITAL $600000. Buy and sell Mexican Money and Exchange on all the principal cities of the Buy ana sen RepubUc ot Mexico the United States and Europe. A General Bankincr Business Transacted. Clndad Jnsrti ADOLTH KRAKACEU Manager. See our assortment and get be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 15 January 1898

WEEKLYHERALD SATURDAY JANUARY 15 1898. (From Friday's Daily. Bntered at the poatotBce at El Paso Ttiu as mall matter of the second class. TERMS OF 8UBSORIPTION. 011 Y. one Teur . 00 cl M Dally six months. Dally threi months .... 1 Tn uany one Bonn.. Weekly one yar...... w eekly six months...-. Weekly Uiree month.. 00 ... I 00 1 00 60 JV OARRIER. - The TAn.Y Htrald Is dellvarad by carrier jt El raao Texas and Jnares Mexico at 16 vnnta ner week or SO cents ner month. Subscribers failing to set Thi Hihild rag- Siarlyor promptly should notify Tan Haa- at.d bnslness office (not the carrier) In order It recelT Immediate attention. Telephene So. 116. invrn naiNO rates. ' Kates of advertising In the Daily or Weekly fllttnn inula known on aDOllcatlOD at the publication office. Orrlnguptelephonenum- er 116 and a representative of the business apartment will call and quote prloea and wontrac for space. Locals 10 cents per line In every Instance f .-r fl rat insertion and 6 cents per line for e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 15 January 1898

WEEKLY SATURDAY JANUARY 15 1898. From Thursday's Daily. While the people and papers of Chicago are making war on depart ment stores the department stores of Denver are making war on the news- papers. The recent ai-covery of a rich auri- ferous qiar;z vein nea- the Klnilke placers will add fuel to the flame of ex- oltement and cause a still greater rush to that inhospitable region in the spring. It now bee ins to look ai if Kaiser William's bluff at little Hayti aod ef feminate old China were ruses to get bis reichstag to pass his pet measure of a large appropriation for an increase of his navy. Ose of the adventurous Texans who rnahed over to Cuba last spring and tendered his service to General Gomez has returned to a New Orleans boe nltal. broke emaciated and covered with wound?. IF the bandit Black Jack and his gang of outlaws are posted aod under- stand their business they will move up train or two while tbe officers and Mexican troops are making a second search for them in the S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 15 January 1898

AVEEKLYHERALD SATURDAY JANUARY 15 1888. From Tuesday's Daily.l Having succeeded in hanging Dur- rant thn press of California is now open to th) discussion of topics of in- terest to the pub'ic. Last Christmas a Topka church : changed the order of thinif-s by pulling Santa Cluus out of a well near the pul- pit while tbe choir sang "The Old Oaken Bucket " The state executive committee of the populist psrty of Co'orado after advising with the party leaders in that Ktite have resolved to repudiate the call of the middle-of-'ht-road re-organization committer for a meeting in St. Louis tomorrow the 12th instant. Lkon von Ossks a German travel er who recently returned from an ex- tended visit to Jerusalem and other porrions of PuVstine while not a Jew himself is convinced from bis observa- tions tbat ere many years-the Jewish "'nation will syain be iirmly established in Palestinp. The two German Jesuit priests who were killed by bandits in China some t me since and to avenge whoso death Ge...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 15 January 1898

- WEEKLYHEHALD SATURDAY JANUARY 15. 1888. From Monday's Daily The members of the Huogari niirliatneot who receatly had such i an a monkey and parrot time of it a'e no nuletlv settling their differences wit v tta swords and two victims i fell in two reoent duels. The yellow fever in New Orleans 4ui!nr the late scare was of an almost harmless type as the mortality report for that city for 1897 shows that there were 864 less deaths from all disease than were reported in 1S96.; nmrtooiccippi hi.ip.pn hiring out its U ' " Nnnt convicts and the board of super vUnra of Jackson county has petitioned ..a tn aofe the legislature to VUO pW W v r- abolish the system as it has proven failure and more expensive than to board them. ONE Texan has distinguished him- felmaelf In a most unheard of manner A recent dispatch from Washington ays: "Percy M. James oi xexas wno clerk at the Pueblo In dian agency New Mexico has declined the place." - Klondvke has been dis covered in Labrador which is said to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 15 January 1898

V WEEKLYHERALD SATURDAY JANUARY 15 18P8. IFrom Wednesday's Daily. KiGUT legal executions and Dearly as many lynching throughout tbe country would ssem to indicate that the lower regions are becoming over crowded. Texas is the first sta'e in the union to boast a female bank president Mrs. Annie McLean-Morres being president of the First National baDk at Mount Pleasant this state. Mayor Van Wyck of Greater New York captured the reporters as soon as ho went iato office by- saying to them at his office: ''Whatever goes on -here is public. Whatever you hear here you can prin." The first colony of the Sa'vation Armv was recently inaugurated on 500 a-re tra-t of land on the Sa'inas river in Monterey county. California Commander Booth-Tuck?r being pre sent at the ceremonies. The deadly foot ball game has much mora to answer for than an occasional maiming or murder. No less than for ty students are to be dropped from Cal ifornia University on account of de ficiencies in their college work. T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 15 January 1898

25 0 6 ..TO.. 400 During Christmas Week. We will sell all our stock at from 26 to 40 per cent. Reduction. This affords an opportunity to get a nice Holiday present at very small cost. SALS INCLUDES Bicycles for Ladies Gentlemen Children Ladies' Bicycle Suits and Boots Sweaters Hose Shoes Lamps Saddles. Nothing-reserved. Call and see for yourself. MeCutcheon Payne & Co. SHELDON BLOCK. NEW una D. PAUL FARQUHAR Practical Hatter. Washington Dining Hall. 209 EL PASO STREET EL PASO TfcXAS. BEST RESTAURANT IN CITY. J LL THE DELICACIES OF THE SEASON. RUaUIjAJ?. SIMNBRi la TO S I OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 't- zxixror a oo.paopa woo Mooi3iwo. "OR HOUCK 8l DEITER IMPORTERS and JOBBERS FINE WINES AND WHISKIES AGENTS for 220 El Paso St. Fine Merchant Tailoring And Gents' Furnishing G ir XL PASO STRUT. SHB3L.TON Gives the Highest Price FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SELLS AT THE LOWEST. Try Him - - - 116 Oregon Street J. R. McGIBBON 809 El Paso Street Opera Housa Block. New. and. Second-hand JFnrnitnre STO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 15 January 1898

T i i V EKL YHEIl ALP tu;; .'. y January 15. i893.r ;boys... SEASONARI Ft WEAR f ...PROOF SHOES M? . ? m That boys are hard on shoes f is conceded by those who f clothe them. . A shoe to Vio -1 T -- BUUbU muse Dec. as J tuaue Ul me OeSb A and stoutest calf stock oak 4 leather bottoms welted soles 4 A sewed with the strongest thread 4 all these points go towards mak- A iiog ashoa as nearly "wear-proof" 7 as it is possible to make footwear for the young-tors. We have in J stock a shoe with all these A 4 "wear-proof" qualiiesneat 4 4 ln appearance laced in 4 4 . i-izes 2i to 5 for 82.50 Hi I a to 2 at 8.25. Try a pair? J for the boy. ; 4 4 4 -xwTT7f - tSchutz Bros. J 4 4 4 4 109 El Paso St. Myar Opera House RIGSBY & WALKER H. Q. MITCHELL ...Lessees .Manager ONE NIGHT ONLY. SATURDAY JAN. 15. Mahara's Mammoth MINSTRELS Singers Dancers.Comedians Quartettes Shouters. The best Sicginsr and Dancio? Minstrel Company ever in E- Paeo. Big Con- cert Orch-etr. Jubilee Singers. Caliope Quartet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 22 January 1898

O WEEKlY HERALD Ptiblish.es ALL tli NEWS wcth printing six days a week- EL PASO TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 22. 1898. VOL. XVIII. NO. 4 PRICE FIVE CENTS. PAS JOSHUA 8. RAY MOLDS President; ULY88E8 8. STEWART Caahiar; -THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK M f : El Paso Oabitai" Surplus and Profits H. L. NEWMAN Banker TV. H; AUSTIN Oaahiar; us Paso . A General Banking f Mexican Bullion Bought. SAFETYDEPOSI r 3. R. MOREHEAD Presitfant; J O. L CKLANO Caahiar; STATE NATIONAL BAN Established A legitimate banking business transacted in all its branches all 'he cities of the United States bought lean Dollars." :JUAREZ -OB" BANCO COMERCIAL OF CHIHUAHUA. CAPITAL $600000 Buy and sell Mexican Money and Exchange on all the principal cities of the R-public of Mexico the United States and Europe. A General Bankincr Business Transacted. DIRECTORS: y XIMO KK AKA DEB; Cladad Juni AUOLPU KRAKADER Manager. Spa nnr assortment and eet before you think of making Holiday purchases of SHOES" PEW & SON The Shoe Dealers. f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 22 January 1898

WEEK L YHERALD SATUi : A Y JANUARY 22 1898 From Friday's Daily. Kntered at the postofflce at El Paso TazM M mail matter of the second class. TERMS OF 8UB8QRIPTION. Dally one year ... Dallv. six months.... Dally threi months Dally one month. Weekly one year....- tXTMlrl all month!... Weekly three month AY OARRIER. The OArr.Tr HnutD Is delivered by carrier n El iaao. Teiu. and Jnarem Mexico at IS nta per week or 00 cent per montn. Subscribers falling to Ret The Hikilo rt k'.Tnr npnmntlv should notlfv TBS H j business office (not the carrier) in order tu receiTe immediate attention. Telephone Mo. 115. AOVER nfilNO RATES. Kates of advertising In the Daily or Weekly tfltlon made known on application at ths nnhHcMnn nfflm. Orrlnf dd telenhone num- eer 116 and a representative of the business aepartment will call and quote price and UontrftTt f or fmiuA Locals 10 cents per Una In every Instance Mr nrst insertion ana scents per una wrwai HillHnnal Inuiptlnn. Lgal notices of every descriptio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 22 January 1898

V WEEKLYHERALD SATURDAY JANUARY 22 18P8. From Thursday's Daily. Ijttlk boisterous Oklahoma the youngest and mo:t uncivilized of the territories ia BFekin? admlfslon as a tale. Ms have recently uffered from torna does. Georgia ra not been wucnea by cyclone since Tom Watson subsid' ed. It la acain claimed that Andree's north pole balloon ha been seen this time 'n British Columbia. It is not DPbtb'e. however at this late day that Profeefor Andree or either of bis two daring companions win gain be seen alive. ever THE trade balance lo favor of our country for the first year of McKinley's administration footed up 3o6 .000000 the highest point ever reached in the history of tbe country it bIng Wd 000000 more thaa for the last year of Cleveland's administration. Formerly every -democrat legisla- tor sought the presence of David B. Hill on reaching Albany but the Jour- nal of that city Bays that no one of them called upon Mr. Hill at tbe re- cent aseemb'irg of the legislature the word havlr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 22 January 1898

WEEKLY HERALl S A TU .".'" Y JANUARY 22 1898. Prom Monday's Daily The pp tintoaeot of ex-Senator II. A. W. Tabor to be postmaster st Den- ver was a thoughtful and graceful act on the part of President McKlnley. A democratic exchange inquire-: "Was there really anything the matter with Hanoa anyway?"' It would seem not: it was the other fellows who were afflicted. Some: of the recalcitrant members of the Ohio legislature who appear to have been overlooked while the bribe- ry they charge was going on are still kicking at Senator Haana. Before adopting the Hawaiian treaty of annexation congress might ettle the question of the desirability of annexation by passing- a law to put in force the principle of the initiative and referendum. The middle-of-the-road faction' of the popul'ist party which has now "cu looee and formed a "people's party" of its own is bo attenuatedithat every member of it can be a leader and hence all its members are happy. It seems highly probable that with in the n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 22 January 1898

WEEKLYHERALD SATURDAY JANUARY 22. 18P8. From Tuesday's Daily.! It is said tbatoD th3 day the Ohio assembly rfgi? tered a majority o' seven votPB fo" Senator Hanna the crowd sang "Pra'sa God from Whom all j Blessings F)o." Treasury ollkia are gratified at th" 8t 'idy and cont nued increase in customs receipt and confidently pre dict that the new law wil provide a I surplus of revenue from now on. Mr. Sargent grand master of the Brotherhod of Locomotive Firemen elves it out from Terre Hute hat he regards the federation of the five rail way brotherhoods as a foregone con clusion. The neero wiil no longer be a voter in the state of L-'uis ana the demo crats in the recent election to tne constitutional convent'on having car ried every parish in thestte except three not heard from. The free silver pipers are now dis- .h nmhlorn whether David B. Will nhH 1 be read out of the democra: io party relegated to the rear or maCe the leader for 1900. Hill is already vr r.r nut. of the nartv to hin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 22 January 1898

WEEKLY HERAL i SATU::. A Y JANUARY 22 1898. From W-J-uMday's Daily. The orange groves of Riverside in Southern California were covered with snow on the 10th instant. It gives the Herald pleasure today to honor tbe anniversary of the birth f that magnificent soldier and Chris tian gentleman General Robert E. Ler Official statistic shows that th balance of trade between Canada sue tue United States for 1897 Hi about $17000000 in favor of this cou: try. The "unspsakablo Turk" as Miss Francis E. Willard would term th sultan has iust ordered from an En glish ship yard a first class armored cruiser. There is certainly no danger of an j more yellow fever in Louisiana this season as a young man re cent!? froze to death on the coast of that state. Texans maintain their reputation as good shots wherever they go. A Mr. Hafferty said to be from this state recently inflicted a mortal wound up rn a Washington saloon man after he had received a mortal wound himself while trying to bold up the salo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 22 January 1898

REDUCTION 25 0 ..TO.. 400 During Christmas Week. We will sel all our stock at from 25 to 40 per cent. Reduction. This affords an opportunity to get a nice Holiday present at very small coat. SALE INCLUDES Bicycles for Ladies Gentlemen Children Ladies' Bicycle Suits and Boots Sweaters Hose Shoes Lamps Saddles. Nothing reserved. Call and see for yourself. .... MeCuteheon Payne & Co SHELDON BLOCK. Washington Dining Hall. 209 EL PASO STREET EL PASO TEXAS. BEST RESTAURANT IN CITY. 4 LL THE DELICACIES OF THE SEASON. JR.HlCr TJI-AJt DrtTXTXDR IS TO OPEN DAY AND NIGHT TT K1TC as OO.PROPS woo Mooraio acoR. NEW YORK HAT FACTORY Steam Dye Works. SOU PAN ANTONIO ST. EL PASO. Silk Soft and cliff Hats fcaned fy d and Made Over IN- TH LATEST STYLES 'l hive a first-class Tailor who clean dyes and presses Ladies' ana ie ni s c omiog. Will block your Hat wl ile you wait. All work guaranteed. - HOUCK&DEITER IMPORTERS and. JOBBERS FINE WINES AND WHISKIES AvliliJN-l-O I01j pbbx BBKWIKG CUh Milwa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 22 January 1898

WEE XLYHERALD jMyar Opera House mm ; oxxxxxcxoxxxxxxxx MAX SCHUTZ'S A Perfect Fit ! IS WHAT YOU. WANT. SATUm.vV. JANUARY 22. RIGSBY & WALKER Lessees H. 3.. MITCHELL" . Manager Department Store 110 E. OVERLAND STREET. t j One Night Only. MONDAY JAN. 24. FOOT ;form I We keep a large and carefully selected stock of 4 4 4 I ...V h STUART R0BS0N Our motto is net ti be undersold and not to lose a -ale although tbe profit may be very limited. Our expenses are em 11 as we - do our own work and therefore can sell cheaper than our comV' peti'ors who are at rn ent rmous expense for clerk hire etc.' . All we ask of tho public is to extimine our stock before purchasing else where acd save money. ! SHOES t t In Br nsoD Howard's Mas- terpiece FIT WELL. 1893 - m. TJ 8 a-s 8 !ff co l ::::.'!;!!!.'!.'i.'!!!!: FEEL WELL. LOOK WELL t They are the ideal eboe of 4 4 4 4 modern times the true rep- resentative of all that is cor- rect all that is most perfect; in fact all that is desirable in Women's F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 5 February 1898

EL. PASO WEEKLY IERALD o Publishes ALL the NEWS wo: th. printing six day EL PASO TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 5 1898. PRIE FIVE CENTS. VOL. XVIII. NO. 6. r OOSHUA S. RAYWOLD8 President; ULYSSES 8. STEWART Cashier; JOS W. W. FLOURNOY. Vice-President F. WILLIAMS Asst. Cashier. -THE- FIBST NATIONAL BANK El Paso Texas Capital Surplus and Profits $I6000C H. L. NEWMAN Banker W. H. AUSTIN Oashier; H. L. NEWMAN Jr. Asst. Cashier. A General Banking Business Texas Transacted 0" Me x lean Bullion Bought. Money and Exchange Bought and Sold. SAFETY DEPOSI T BOXES FOR RENT. Go1! o d Silver O. R. MOREHEAD President; J O. L'CKLAND Oashier; JOSEPH MAGOFFIN Vice-President H. RS.88ELL Asst Cashier. STATE NATIONAL BANK Established April 1881. A legitimate banking business t-ansacied in all it branches. Exchange on all tha clloa of the United States bought at par. Highest prices paid for Mex ican Dollars. JUAREZ BRANCI -or THK- BANCO COMERCIAL OF CHIHUAHUA. CAPITAL $600000 Buy and sell Mexican Money and Exch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 5 February 1898

WEEKLYH1CRALD I S A.TUK FKBRUAUY 5. 1898. From Friday's Daily. Entered at the postofflce at El Paso Texas s mall matter oi tne secona class. TERMS OF 8U8SORIPTION. Oally one year Dally six ro-M)ths. Dally threat months ... Dally one month. Weekly ono Tear....... W! 0) ..c 60 1 76 60 . a oo l oo fio Weekly six months. .. Weekly three months........... AY OARRIER. The Oaii.t Hirald Is delivered by carrier n El taso. Texas and Juarez Mexico at 16 prints per week or 60 cents per montn. Unharlhnpfl fulllnir t.n ant Tnl 11 KHALI) r- klarly or promptly should notify Thb Hik- a T.n hnnlnMia nffleA rnnt the carrier) In nrdV.f m receive Immediate attention. Telephone Ho. 116. ADVERrmiNO RATES. Kates of advertising In the Dally or Weekly dltlon made known on application at the nnhllr?n.ttnn n fflf Cir rina u n teleDhone num- oer 116 and a representative of the business department will call and quote prices and Locals 10 cents per line In every Instance nr nrat insertion ana 6 cents per una add...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 5 February 1898

V if WEEKLYHERALD 8ATURDAY FEBRUARY 5. 1888. From Thursday's Daily. An allocution lately issued by the pope is interpreted as taking the posi- tion that ihe Italian monarchy and the papal set cannot long continue to co-exts t In Rome b it just how the govern n-nt I to re expelled Is not in- dicated. THE many prosecution by Emperor William the Little of Ce-many for less majesty leads a New York paper to remark: "There Is reason to believe that a touch of insanity goes into his mental make-up. Other moarcha hare been religious but he is probably the first to carry the impression that he believes in a God of less importance than himself and in a church leze acred than the sat'." This refers to .the fact tba a Dr. Wille recently got Tout eight days imprisonment for con- demning the almighty hile the cul- prits who ridicule his imp-rial majesty get from six to eighteen months. The remarkable increase in the con- sumption of sugar in the Un ted States during the past twelve months points ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 5 February 1898

4- WEEKLYHERALl SATU ".D Y FEBRUARY 5 1898. 6Vom .uiiay's Daily VoRl comes from Washington that the question of admitting Arizona New Mexico and Oklahoma to state- hood will hardly reach the house dur- ing the present session of congress as a majority of tbe committee haying the matterjin hand are opposed to report- ing it to the house. THE battleship Maine has at last been sent to the harbor of Havana much to the delight of the jingoes as well as to that of the officers of our greatest battleship who are now ex- cbsns-insr ameniti-js and social calls with Captain General Blanco the SDanish commander of the is land. The California press is still "pock ing fun" at Joaquin Miller the poet of the Sierras for having been such a fool as to eo to Klondike and get bis ear and feet frozen. Says tbe staid old San Francisco Bulletin: "For the sake of Joaquin Miller's future usefulness in the field of melodious verse it is to be honed that it is not his ear for music which is reported to have ...

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