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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 July 1891

-Til K? (iimco-iuaioicv. I'Kl DAY, Jl'LY *21. ISUl. CI1AS. I). DKMT. KditoI!. Fit A N K <?. W EBBHR, Associatk. --JMX 1 v>. i'j FtJ&S&J S3 TJP AND 30ING. Our real estate agents, and others interested in the sale of property in 011 r town, complain of (ho dullness of the present summer as compared with the last, ami wo foar some of our agents will I??? forced to wck some other employment. How may we account for such a state of affairs? The general tinanclal deprctwiou of the whole country may account tor it lis part, hut not entirely. Ixist year at this season every mail leaving Salem was laden with advertising matter. The land companies and real estate agents vied with each other in trying to push forward our town, and making known to the outside world the superior attractions of Balein. Who is doing this work now Y Ijet our business men wake up, and keep the public in mind of the fact that Salem is growing; that our industries are assum...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 July 1891

VOL. 26. SALEM, KOANOKE COUNTY, VA? FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1891. NO. 7i FOR THE TRUTH OF HISTORY. EXPERIENCE OF A CAROLINA SOLDIER IN A YANKEE PRISON. The Rev. J. E Traywick Relates His Recollections of Prison Life at Point Lookout, Md.-When yon Hear cf Outrages on Union Prisoners oy Confederates, Remember This. The Rev. J. ?- Tray wick in the prosperity Tress and Reporter. As the question us to the comparative treatment of prisoners in northern and southern prisons is up aiul us you have requested me, I will give below 9)me incidents of my experience at Point Lookout, Md. It will certainly show that all the sinners were not in charge of southern prisons. There is one fact I wish to note, and that is the men at the front, as a rule, were kind and thoughful of our comfort, and, on the other hand, men who had stayed all the while away from the front were, as a rule, without much sympathy. CAPTURED. I was captured at Fisher's flap, near fctrasburg, on September 22, 1804. After some d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 July 1891

Tho Maid and Her Garter. A Fit \ N l\ < ON V KUSATION THAT WAS KTAKTKH IIY AN OU1HNAKY MIS11 VI*. u lvxcuse nic a moment," said a very bright uud pretty young woman, the other afternoon, during a stroll along Stair street with a reporter, ami she vanished forthwith into tin* door of a ladies* hair-dressing establishment. She was out again in a moment, however, and natural curiosity prompted the inquiry: "What did you rush in there so suddenly for?" "Well, if you must ask, I went in to pull up my stocking. It came unfastened.'' " Usual occurrence ?" " Not very frequent, but it will happen sometimes, and it is a most embarrassing, not to say uncomfortable, plight for a girl to be in when she is on the street. There are so few places, you see, where who can go and bo secure from the prying eyes of men. It's a wonder my accident happened right where it did, for 1 should have been miserable company for you till I could have repaired the damage, and should have hated you and ev...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 July 1891

-THE? limes FRIDAY. JULY 24. 1891. Enured at tbe Postotttce, in Salem, Va. as seoond-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIP8 CHAIRS, CHEAP. Ij?rge Rockers, Ladies' Sewing Hookers, Dining Boom Chain, Office Chairs, Stools. Samples at the stores of J. E. Shipman & Co. and Dame & brands. CON HAD CHAIU CO. For Kkst. ? Three four-rooiued houses, corner 1 lth mid Iowu streets, at $7 |>er month in advance. Water at door. Applvto F. E- BachmaJt, julv 17-2w Salem Furnace Co's. Office. Indies' and gents' watches in gold, silver and nickle cases, very cheap, at julv 17-2w Nichols' Jkw?lky Stokx. Xulo. I?r. H. II. Haas (formerly of HoIIIiir Institute and lately of Wooster University) will open an office in Kslawiuu the first of September and teach vocal and instrumental music; training for teaching and concert performance la his sjiecialty, and he can procure good positions for bis finished pupils. Tuition : #23 per term of 12 weeks (two lessons a week) ; or $70 per cours...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 July 1891

How to Make Farm Life Attractive. An c.\|?criiiieiit on a large scale will be trietl in Nebraska shortly by Mr. John W. Hook waiter, the we'll known capitalist and manufacturer H?> is the owner of 00,000 acres in that . tate. I In se he ]>roi>oses to cut up into farms ami home lots so situated \ 'hat their owners' houses will l?e in neighboring groups, while t lie farms w ill occupy the near by out lyiiitf lands. In describing his plan to the Kansas City Star. Mr. Hook waiter said that all lain youth until lie was 28 was spent on a farm, and he knew by experience that the secret of fanuer'ti discontent was the dreariness of his isolation?" the living apart from the rest of the world and from civilization itself." In his Kuropeaii travels lie had i,, practice the idea he pn>|K>seiltoearrv I out in Nebraska. The houses would .* located regardless t?r streets or sidwalks, with the farms encircling the homes, not necessarily more tl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 July 1891

The Tinges-(Register. 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT #1.50 YKAR, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three mouths. CHAS. D. DEN1T & F. G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. IHMTORM. J^R. J. P. K1LLIAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. SALEM, .... VIRGINIA. Omci-In Dillard A Persingcr's new building on College avenue. Room No. (i. may Win JJR. T. M. MA i Kit. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OrricK?in Comp's Pharmacy. Allen mock, - - SALEM, VA. J^R. OSCAR WILEY, SALEM, .... VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services to the public. Office opposite eourt-b??use above Walter Boon's cigar store; Residence, in West ?i alem. U| 2-tf y^R. F. E. WHITE, VETERINARY SURGEON. 400 Jefferson street, ROANOKE, VA. Telephone 13$. aug SB J. J. SHANKS, M. D., Having located in Salem, offers bis professional services to the citirens of Salem ami its vicinity. OFFICE?In Crits Building (U pstnirs). WRNTINTN. JQR. M. JETER, imm !; f r DENTIST. SALEM, - VIRGINIA. JQR. T. W. CROZIER, DENTIST. ROANOKE, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 July 1891

?THE$imcs - flcr\iotcv. KRI DAY, Jl'I.Y ?1. 1H1H. CIIAS. I>. DKN1T, Kinron. FRANK G. WKHHKR, Associatk. A LITTLE HANGING NBZDEDAnother murder is recorded in the history of Roanoke. There is one thing not contained in the record hooks of the court, unvl that is the hanging of #ae murderer.?Roanoke Sunday t'ritic. t'ndoubtedly there liayc been too mm v murders in this county during the past few yearn, and, inasmuch an it has been easy for murderers to escape the extreme penalty of the law. by the employment of shrewd and clever counsel, there is beginning to bean unheallity feeling that provided a man lias suflleient money to employ a smart lawyer he can shoot ami kill with impunity. This iiuprsssion should be dispelled by the action of one or two sensible juries, followed by the prompt and legal hanging of a murderer, so that the world may realize that life in Roanoke* county, of any race or condition, is just as wife here as it is possible to make it. now WOULD THIS DO ? ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 July 1891

?THE? FRIDAY, JULY 81. lt?l. Kntered at the Poetotllce, in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIRS CHAIRS, CHEAP. Ijirgt Rockerf, Ladicg' Sewing ltockera, Dining .Room Chairs, Office Chairs, Stools. Samples at the stores of J. E. Shipinan & Co., Dame & Francis, and F. C. Burdctte. CONRAD ClIAUt CO. Xuiic. Dr. H. H. Ilaas (formerly of IIoIIIhh Institute and* lately of Wooeter University) will open an otllce in Salem on the first of Septeml>er ami teach vocal ami instrumental music; training for teaching ami concert performance is his specialty, ami he can procure good ixmitions for his finished pupils. Tuition : 825 |>er term of 12 weeks (two lessons a week) ; or $70 per course of three terms. Early application solicited. Address Pit. II. II. Haas, ju tO-tf _ Salem, Va. Speedy Justice. Robert H. Hogans, the leader of the gang of horse thieves infecting this section, was tried at Christianshurg last Monday, and sentenced to sevent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 July 1891

The Arizona Kicker. 1 KltsoxAi,?We nev? r spe?k ol 0,Jn-elvew in tlie tiK of our |?j; ITT ?r,UM! we t,,in possibly avoid it. in not in good taste for anv editor " ? great journal to do so. We houldn't do no on tliin occasion if not forced to in order to set certain rn mors at rest. .About a year ajto Major A. l!oyt iMidlev struck tliis town with 11iv family. 11 *? subscribed for the Kickor and all went well for a time, lie was made Assistant t'ouuty ('lerk.aml it was not unt il he begun to get drunk and light his cigars with deeds and mortgages that we had anything to say. He felt revengeful for our re marks, and in order to get even with us -live a grand party one night last week and cut us dead Not only that, luit lie ^ragu'ed of it and so did his wile. The idea was to belittle us in asocial way. hut we don t think anv one will try it UfTMin. We telegraphed np to Juliet that 1 h<* Major was here, and day before yesterday he was taken hack to serve out the other t wo yea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 August 1891

VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 7, 1^91. NO. 9 Tke Tvm.es-Register. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT #1.50 YKAK, Strictly Ctt>*h in Advance (or $2 if paid within three month*. CHAS. D. DEN1T & F. G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. D IHXTOHS. R. J. P. KILLIAN, PHYSICIAN ANI) SURGEON. SALKM. .... VIRGINIA. Orric*? hi Millard ?fc Persingcr's new building ou Caliche avenue. Room No. <>. may 8-1 in D II T. M. BAIRI), PHYSICIAN ANI) SURGEON, Orrit'K?In Comp's Pharmacy. lllen Block, - - SALEM, VA. D U. OSCAR WILEY, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services to the pubc. Office opposite court-house above Water Ileum's cigar store; Residence, in West Silem. aug if-tf J^R. P. E. WHITE, V ETERIN ARY SURGEON. 4<?"> J efferson si reet, R<)ANOK E, V A. Telephone 135. aufe 20 J. f SHANKS, M. I)., Having located in Salem, offers his professional services to the citizens of Salcni ntul its vicinity. OFFICE?In fritz ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 August 1891

?THE? ^imeo-^cfltotcr. FRIDAY, Al*(U*ST r, 18K1. C11AS. I>. .DKNIT, Koitoh. FRANK WKUHHK, Assoct \tk. Ill another column of tin* TimksRkuIsTFU to ilay will l?o foinid 111?' opinion*of many of the most thought fill business men of Suiem as to 44 what policy is ln*st to ho pursued at this tiiue for the continued advancement of Saleui." Ill this matter the TimksUkgistrk felt that nothing could be more timely or more acceptable to its readers just now than the publication of the thoughts of those who are most active in the progressive work of the up-building of Salem. And these opinions are remarkably harmonious in expression, for, whilst some advocate bettor railroad facilities, others additional hanking capital, or the organization of a construction company, all, with one voice, agree that J?i< <i las' r i. K which arc now in course of erectioi* should.be rapidly pushed to completion and worked to their fullest capacity. This is a wise course, mid show...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 August 1891

-THE(Times - gcgiotct. FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 18U1. Entered at the Postoffiee, in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. H,OO^I- AFFAIPS I. 0. 0. F. Salem l.odge, No. Uk>. meets every Tuesday night at ? l? m. in their lodge room over the tt.wn hall. Visiting brothers in good standing iuvited to attend. 0 J. O. 1* I*' iXKK, N. U. Titos. It. IWn, Secretary. ag7-tf Salem Encampment No. 36 Meets every Friday night at H p. in. in the subordinate lodge room over the town hall. Visiting patriarchs in good standing are invited to attend. . , . A. II. Maobb, < Ikief 1 atriareli. Titos. It. Boon, Secretary. ag7-tf CHAIRS, CHEAP. Large Rockers, Ladies' Sewing Rockers, Dining Boom Chairs, <)f!iec Chairs, btools. Samples tit the stores of J. L. Shi pin tin & Co., Dame & Francis' and F. C. Burdette. CONRAD CIIAIK CO. Tor Eent. Two rooms?one furnished and one nn furnished?in the Carper building on <'ol-j lege avenue. Apply to It ItoMCRT Ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 August 1891

GCod Timos arc Ahead The Haltituore Ncw> mivs: "The reports from the" other *i?5?- 1 inilioutc mi immense rienciml for i American products in the near futurc. Knh^ia in r< -presented ah threatened i with fa in in** ami the crnim are a <*<> i < i plete failure. In (icrmaiiy, France,; and other Kuropcau States the crops are short. India is reported to l>e KiitTerin^ from drought and K^rvpt will not have an average crop, The result is the Kusterii world must look to America to till its demands. " Here the season may have heen unfavorable, hut only in'spots. Our main crops are all abundant, and we will have enough and to spare. A heavy export means ^ood prices for tin* farmer and leatly gales and na tlonal prosperity." Hut there is no use of any man's living expensively and having u high old time now on what he expects to make in the future. This country is too extravagant, and it luore people will knuckle down...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 August 1891

SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY. VA:*'R1DAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, IS91 NO. 10. Tke Times-(Register. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT $1.B0 YKAR, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three mouths. CHAS. D. DEN IT & F.G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. D IMNTORN. K. J. P. KILL!AN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. SALEM, .... VIRGINIA. OrrH'K? Iii DiHard A Pel-sinner'* new building 011 College avenue. Room No. 0. may H-lin PHYMCIAN AND SUROKON, Orrtce?In Comp'n Pharmacy. I lien It lock, - - SALEM, VA. 0 It. OSCAR WILEY, SALEM, - - - - VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services to the pubc. Gffieo opposite court-house above Waler Boon's cigar store; Residence, in West Jalera. aug 2-tf F. E. WHITE, VETERINARY BURGEON. 400 Jeflunon street, ROANOKE, VA. Telephone 135. aug '35 I J. SHANKS, M. D., *1 ? Having located in Salcni. offers his nrofessional services to the citizens of Salem and its vicinity. OFFICE?In Critz Building (U pstairs). i _ LAWYKRN. H. WiM. W. W. MOrriCTT ' .)l till &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 August 1891

?T1IE limes - ?Ucgioter. FRIDAY. AUm'ST 14. 181)1. CH AS. I). I)KNIT. Eihtok. FRANK ?. WKHBBR. Associatk. U>Swf?i THE Arr^OACIZZNG (J01TVENTI0ST. Col. A. M. Howman, chairman of the Democratic committee of 11? county, is eorres|?ouding with the chairmen of other city ami county committee*, with reference to determining upon a time for holding the conventions for the nomination of the Senator and Delegate from this district. It is not known yet at what time the conventions will he held, bat the Timks Rkuistkii suggests Wednesday,Sept ember the l(Ith,us the day, and Salem as the place, for holding these conventions. We shall be able to announce |>osit i vely the time and place in our next issue. INCREASED LONGEVITY. Within the hist two weeks, the Fredericksburg papers have rei>orted the death of two ladies in that ancient city, each of whom was over ninety years of age. The Richmond Dispatch tells of a tombstone in North Carolina on which is inscribed t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 August 1891

-THElimeg - llcgtetet; FRIDAY, AUGUST 14. 1801. Entered at the Foetoflice, iu Salem, Va. as second-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIPS L 0. 0. F. Salem I^slge. No. 100. meets every Tuesday might at 8 p. n?. in their IwIkc room over the town hall. Visiting brothers in good standing are invited to attend. J. O. II. I'almsk, N. (J. Thus. R. lk>oN, fc'ecretary. ag7-tf Salem Encampment No. 36 Meets every Friday niirht at H p. m. in the subordinate lodge room over the town hall. Visiting patriarrhs in good standing are invited to atteml. A. II. Maokk, Chief Patriarch. Tuoe. It. Roon, Secretary. ag~-tf CHAIBS, CHEAP. Ijiirge Uoekers, Indies' Sewing Rocker*, Dining Room Chairs, Office Chairs, Stools. Samples at Llie stores of J. E. Shipman & Co., Dame & Francis, and F. C. Burilette. CONRAD CHAIR CO. Fine watch, dock and jewelry retiring ilone promptly and satisfaction gurranteed. C. It. Niciiou?, Jeweler, jnly 31-tf Cdtege Avenue. Try C. F. Christian for Iron and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 August 1891

The Widow. It limy not be ine? s>:?rj to hunt up tlo fdirt1 t t? ri'.i ir New Nork>?lee tto-enileptic tnctln d of punish im; 11 tirucrorc, for it i- not likelx that the tlltug will l ist Ion.; ? *t??? n ?!i t-> entitle it tou uaine. Win tin r tlu* statute was flamed with tin- intention of dealing gently with the eond? ? uned or ??r intlii't itiLC tori me tij < n ! I .111, it is dhMcult to say. At all c\? nt . th? * lon^ I'anjre description ??t t lie c\p'-ii uii'iit has brought out ??ome strange discussions ami revelations in r? -Mid to vurlotts iuotbo(W pf It? ?. ili/.t >l hi" iti}?. Amonjx them we tiud in the I'ipiro a bloodstained ami in?rriI?l> interest ing art iele on ".Tin* Whlow.' a familiar term for the guillotine. Th "it* is at present in New < 'aledo nia an o!il ^uiliotinc still in ai tivt service, whi?-h was reeenlly iimmI in tin* execution uf two convict* win had murdered ii thir< 1. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 August 1891

VOL. 2(i. SALEM, UOANOKE COUNTY, V? ? ______ -J| MORNING, AUGUST 21, NO. 11. TKe Times-Register. 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT $1.50 Y K AII, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if (mid within three months. CHAS. 1). DKN1T& F.Q. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. D 1MMTOKM. K. J. P. KILLIAN, PHYSICIAN AND SCRGEON. SALEM, .... VIRGINIA. OmcK-ln I )i I lard ?fc Persinger's new building on College avenue. Room No. may H-l in D R. T. M. BAIllD, I'll YSICIAN ANI> SCROEON, OrricB?In Comp's Pharmacy. Ulen ltlock, - - SALEM, VA. 0 R. OSCAR WILEY, SALEM. - - - - VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services t<> the pubc. Ottlc* opposite court-house above Waler Boon's cigar store; Residence, in West ialetit. aug 2-tf Yyii. F. E. WHITE, v ete ri x a u y surg eon . 4?XJ Jefferson street, ROANOKE, VA. Telephone 185. aug 28 J J. SHANKS, M. 1)., Having located in Salem, oilers lii-> professional services Io the citizens of Suicm and its vicinity...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 August 1891

?THE? ?imco - iUflistcr, FRIDAY. AL'Ul'ST 21, 1W>1. CI1AS. I>. DKN1T, KniTou. FRANK U. WBHKKU, Associatk. CALL FOR DEMOCRATIC CONVENTIONS. The Democratic convention to nominate a candidate for the Senate to represent the ?!??* trict composed of the counties of Roanoke, Craig ami Montgomery, ami the city of Roanoke, will meet in Salem, on Wednesday, 8cpteml?erH?tli, 1WH, at 1:30 p. m. Tinratio of representation will he two delegates ami two alternates to every !'*> votes and fraction thereof exceeding fifty, east for the lion. 1'. VV. McKinney forCovemor in 1 as follows: County of Roanoke?24 delegates, !M alternates. County of i 'rnig?12delegates, 12 alternates. County of Montgomery?34 delegates, .'it alternates. City of Roanoke?3<? delegates, '50 alternates. [Signed) A. M. Bowman, (iwtirmati Roanoke Co. <'om. Joiik W. Cvi.nwKi.L, Chairman Craii; Co. Com. M. C. Thom \h, Chairman Roanoke City Com. The Democratic convention to nomi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 August 1891

-THE? iimea ? gkgistet. . FRIDAY, AUGUST 21. 1891. InMitd it the Postofflce, in Stlooi, Ya. as second-class mutter. LOOAL APFAIP8 L 0^0. P. Halrm Lttdg*'. No. 100, mwt? every Tuesday uiglit at 8 p. in. in their lodge room over the town hall. Visiting brothers in good standing are invited to attend. J. O. It. I'alnik, N. U. Tikm. It. Boon, Secretary. ag7-tf Salem Snoampmsnt No. 36 Meets everv Friday night at K p. m. in the subordinate lodge room over the town hall. Visiting patriarchs iu good standing are inyitodl to sttmiil. A. H. Maokr, Chief Patriarch. Thoo. R. Boon, Secretary. ag7-tf CHAIBS, CHEAP. Large Rockers, Ladies' Sewing Rockers, Dining Room Chairs, Office Chairs, Stools. Samples at the stores of J. E. Shipman & Co., Dante & Francis, and F. C. Burdette. CONRAD CHAIR CO. ? wm ? ? Only a Bumor. It was rumored on the streets a few days ago that the Kxecutiye Committee of the Baptist Orpli&nage were contemplating an offer from some of the la...

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