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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 11 April 1895

MAIL PUBLISHING CO. PHILIPSBURG, - MONTANA. TiiE new torpedo boats noeed not oe built of steel, but of aluminum and bronze, as was the Vigilant, if the contractors so wish it. TIE:; idea of a husband traveling over half a continent, disguised as a woman. to hunt a truant wife is a new departure in detectivism. ATr a sheriff's sale in Newcastle, Pa. last week horses were sold at from five to twenty-five cents a head. This is worse than the $2 hog feeding idea. ProFEss4.)l Ann:IE, of Stockholm, is unfolding a plan to reach the North pole by balloon. It probably is as feasible as any other that has yet been tried. I.{) n RAN1OLPII CIIucIaCIiiLL. may. as re: orted, have started the recent fashion of plastering men's hair flat upon their foreheads, but it is rather mean to accuse him of it now that he can't defend himself. TI'ERE used to be a saying, "'One might as well be dead as out of fash ion." Paraphra.edl, ''One might as well b. dead as unknown." it is equal ly true and embodies mu...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 11 April 1895

Hi Bretons have fetes and dances, each town or ham let having a spe cjal day,and those days are loolked for longingly by \ the natives, for it gives them a chance to display / all their finery and show how they can dance when they want to. Besides, a 1 1 the neighlboring villes turn out in full to see what their rivals can do; so quite an interesting time is gener ally had. Concarneau had its day yesterday, or rather it started yesterday, for the fete lasts three days. Of course all the coiffs and big collars of the women were all fresh, the clothes presses were relieved of their cam phorous contents, and sabots were all cleaned nicel3 for the occasion, for it is only once a year that such a chance is had. As early as 9 in the morning the town began to fill with new faces and queer looking coiffs and cos tumes (for each district has a dis tinctive coiff of its own). They were arriving from the G.Lre and in carts by the dozens. It looks pretty to see a small cart filled with eight or...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 11 April 1895

F NRG1lINTS & MINE RS NHTIONRL B NK CAPITAL, $50,000. -- _- ; - ___ _ OFFICERS: A McDon!'d ............President F I Wilson ................ Vice 'President C I -lIh ul,gh .................... h('. ier C E lRymer ............. sistant Cashier DIRECTORS: M E I CGannon AA McDonald L C Degonhart ' J Wilson F' I ])urfen C E Imer Aug. ireenheck (' 1 lhbaugh Webb Vincent I ONEOAL BANKINO WtU.INEss TeHANSAC DL. Fo11u1no11 ANI) DOESTIC Elx CIIA 4 1EI CJ" Alwayti s gladi to soo our friends. he Atl aiL. ON(CEI A WEEK. PH.ILIP'S3UH(l. TIIIUISDAY, APRIL 11 Sublscriptionl, rtl.es. TN AD)VANv'E: NOT IN ADVANCE: One tea .........52 all One year .......... $3 OC Six m, ths.. .. I t0 Six nontlhs...i.. . 1 IC Foreign ipontaa a: tbled. R'n: itlallc:c at the risk of the subscriber, and abould bI m :ido by express money r ler. post otfine money order or check, to the order of THiE MAIL, Philipaburg. (Granite ('onnty. M[ont. Address all bahsites CO:nmllnications as above. EIGHT PAGES. THE MATL was p...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 11 April 1895

MACHA. By ROSA MULHOLLAND, Sir Humphrey Gilbert dressed his wife in a lady's garb and surrounded her with all the appointments that were suited to her new station. The first jar to his happiness was .given by his per ception' that, beautiful as was Macha in her silks and laces and trinkets, mu sical as was her speech, graceful as were her movements, there was yet some thing wanting in her to make her a bride that could be presented, without risk of criticism, to his friends. The enchanting mountain girl, with her picturesque beauty and wild charming ways, was no more. The lovely Lady Gilbert was a little too unconventional, with her soft brogue, her vivid and fig urative language, her quick natural ges tures, her little slips in grammar and artless habitual utterance of the truth. But Sir Humphrey was very patient with her and set to work to polish his precious gem in the rough. A long time passed over, and the hus band felt no desire to revisit the high lands of Connaught. "Dear," ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 11 April 1895

FARM AAND GARDEN. p MATTERS OF INTEREST TO c' AGRICULTURISTS. Some Up to Date Hints About Cultlva- f" tion of the Soil and Yields Thereof- P Horticulture, Viticulture and Florl- Sf culture. f Horse Radish. A New Jersey correspondent of the Practical Farmer . writes as follows: We always use our best land, that has t been brought up to the market garden t standard fertility. Horse radish is a second crop, always following early cabbage and early beets. We plant early cabbages in rows thirty inches d apart. From May 1 to May 15 we a plant our radishes between the rows d of cabbage or beets as the case may h be. The horse radish sets are the root- a lets broken from the main plant. A man with a light crowbar walks be- 1 tween the rows of cabbage, and in the center between the plant rows, makes holes with the bar, twelve or fifteen inches apart. A boy with a basket of sets follows and drops one set in each 0 hole. The set must be two or three inches below the surface. It will then not c...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 11 April 1895

RACING IS NOT HURT. PREDICTION FOR 1895 WILL MATERIALIZE. .CoL W. Lewis Clark Summarizes the Present and Future of the Turf-The New York Law Helps the Country at Large. IX WEEKS AGO the outlook for the thoroughbred rac ing interests of our country appeared rather blue. Many felt that the pass age of the amend ment' prohibiting btting of any kind in the state of New York would destroy or ruin the turf of America. Especi :ally was that the case with those who, presuming to represent the American turf, only represent one of its great metropolitan cities. The American peo ple love sport and demand it clean and .goodl, and the reasons and causes that made the passage of such an amend ment possible in New York happily ,do not apply elsewhere. This has been amply evidenced by the response of owners in entering at Haw thorne and Harlem, in Chicago; Oakley and Latonia, at Cincinnati, new Louis ville Jockey club, new Memphis Jockey club and th noble array of stakes for St. Louis, Nashville, L...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 11 April 1895

WEINSTEIN'S Hardware Assortment Is Somewhat Broken, BUT"! 4-qt Ice Cream Freezer ...........82 25 6-qt Ice Cream Freezer........... 2 75 8-qt Ice Cream Freezer........... 3 25 10-qt Ice Cream Freezer.......... 4 00 6 lbs of Nails .................... 25 Shingle Nails, per keg............ 3 25 Other Sizes, per keg ............. 3 00 Samson Clothes Wringer.......... 2 25 Wash Boards, each................ 25 &41-foot Racer Saw................ 3 50 5 -foot Racer Saw ................ 3 75 6 -foot Racer Saw ................ 4 50 137T TillhS MAES 'S CY' Stoves (Cooking) Ranges (Cooking) That are worth 8N45; we have cut the price in two; they are yours for $2250 GROCERIES are sold at the prices: Montana Patent Flour............ 81 50 3l0 lbs Rolled Oats................. 2 50 25 lbs Graham Flour.............. 50 25 lbs Corn Meal.................. 60 8 cans California Fruit........... 1 00 11 cans String Beans.............. 1 00 8 cans Clams................,.,.. 1 00 5 lbs Dried Raspberri...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 18 April 1895

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 12. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. NEW SHEET MUSIC Douglass Club (two-step) ..................................... 40c Chariot Race, or Ben Hur (march) ...................... ........ .. 50c Unforgotten Song (vocal) ..................................... 35c Sweet Bunch of Daisies (vocal) ................ .................. 40c Forgive, Forget Those Angry Words (vocal) .......................... 40c Queen of Beauty (instrumental) ............... ................... 50c NEW TEN-CENT SBEET MUSIC W reath of Flowers (instrumental) ............................... Apollo Club (march) ................ ................... The Star of Hops (vocal) ................... .. ..... .......... Sleep, Little Pigeon (vocal) .................................... 10c Chicago Girl (two step) ......................... ............... Peace, Troubled Heart (vocal).. ................................. W aiting for Thee (voca...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 18 April 1895

MAIL PUBLISHING CO. PHILIPSBURG, - MONTANA. ONE swallow may not be able to mak.e a summer, but one groundhog has been able to include a pretty com plete winter in his output. T'r value of continuous advertising lies in the fact that people got to be lievo in the merits of an article whose name is familiar, even if they forget what it , mlerits really are. THar: soda water and effervescent water manufacturers of the country have formed a trust. Fortunately for the ''brownies" and their mates, ice cream will iprooabmly not he raised in price next sunmmer, the ice supply being more than amuiCo. A Ei.uOrIvi'x arN'r:vy surgeon located in Java is reported to have dug up an old fossil which sup plies the link long missing- between the monkey and the iman:. It is claimed that this genus has about two-thirds the brain mass of a man, to have had teeth almost ihuman and to have walked on two legs. Let us hope that the European surgeon's enthusiasm did not prompt him to manufactIrc and plant th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 18 April 1895

[S BATTLE SCARRED. MAUD BALLINGTON BOOTH AND HER ARMY WORK. She Tells of Her Struggles in Behalf of Those Who Have Fallen by the Way Blde-A Woman of Beautiful Charac ter in Blue. E ARE REACH ing, and reaching, and still we touch but the fringes of c ii the problem," said Mrs. Mand Balling ton Booth, her fine eyes dilating as she talked of rescue work. "A problem - yes, that is tile way that every one is approaching it, and yet I doubt if it will ever be solved so. It must be done individually-through individual toiling and battling on either side, through men struggling to free them selves and their country from that evil which brings shame upon themselves and so much misery upon others. Through women struggling to put away that despair which comes to a woman when she has erred, and she reasons that she has nothing left but to go on sinking, down, down to the uttermost depths, and then-suicide, or death in a hospital-and then-the potter's field!" The speaker shut her eyes for a mo m...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 18 April 1895

a*......*,.. 'r *****4®**** IAHRG1IIATS & MItKRS NATIONhL BINK CAPi TAL, $50.000. OFFICERS: A A M~ona'd. .... ......... ..Preideont F. ....... Vice i i ft C II Esll,ball gl........... ......... (::lshc ýýAA . E lyme ............. Assislilnt ('aehierr DIRECTO R li E fI Gannon A A McDonald I U Dcgnhnort. F .1 W1i lcnn F M I)iclfee C E Rymer Ang. Grecuhe,.k Ii ' 11 E~lshbaugh iNcbb Vincent II FNF.P.kL DA)ciNG I IaInINESN TelANSSC lrEt. Fuoinno, .\NiD IIoMeMTIro Ex CHANGE._I 1-'Aiwayc< glad to see our friends. i ONCti A WEEK. PIIILIPIC3IiJJLG, TIII3ESDAY, APRIL IS Iubacription IIRtes. IN ADVANCE: I NOT IN ADVANCE: One year ........ .. i2 O () n year ..........: $ 00 Bix month:.. ..... I on I Sitx inonths........ 1 50 Foreign postage ailed. Ia: ittanices at th riskic of thie snbscriber, and sh:~ilid be made ,' oexprenss money order, post ottice moIey order or check, to lie order of THIE MAIUL, Philinol:) irg. G-ranile onellty. Mon1t. Adlireos ail iusn ie mmnllli cat ios as saabove...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 18 April 1895

M E EDWARDS - c - ---- DEALER IN STAPLE AND FANCY GROGERIES FRUITS, CANDIES, 'NUTS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, POULTRY AND PRODUCE. Masonic Building, PhilipElurg, Mlont. CITY LIVERY STABLES DEGENFART & BEATON, FEID AND SALE STABLES HORSES BOARDED. Single and Double Turnouts; First Class Saddle Horses. Omnibus and Transfer Business; White and Black Hearses. Open at All Hours. UPPER BROADWAY, PHILIPSBURG, Do You Want SARN E88 SADDLES, WHIPS, ROBES, Or anything pertaining to the harness line? If so, give me a call. REPAIRINQ of all kinds neatly done and promptly attended to. JEROME A. MATTHEWS, Broadway, Philipsburg. PHILIPSBURC LIVERY STABLES STOCKTON STREET, (Shilling's Old Stand) FIRST-CLASS LIVERY RIGS AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY OR NIGHT. GENERAL TRANSFER BUSINESS IN CONNECTION. LI desire to thank the public for past patronage, and hope to have the same continue in the future at my new stand. LEVI C. JOHNSON. Princeton Restaurant. FIRST-OLASS MEALS SERVED 10 TRAVELERS, MRS. SOPHIE GUIBON, P...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 18 April 1895

IIANG)ED MANY MEN. MALEDAN HAS EXECUTED EIGHTY-EIGHT MEN. Holds the Record as the Greatest Liv ing Executioner--Twenty- Two Years a Hangman--Bolieves Every AMan lie Ever Hanged Was Guilty. He is a gray-haired, gray-bearded patriarchali and kindly looking man, and has helped more men into the great hereafter by the hangman's noose than any other living execu tioner. The unknown manipulators of the guillotine when Rfobespierre was washing his hands in the blue blood of France are perhaps his only rivals in recent history. His name is George Maledan. lie is a Ba varian by birth, and though he was but 6 months old when he landed in New York in his mother's arms he still betrays a faint fatherland accent in his deep basso voice. He is 64 years old, undersized, with long, full gray beard, brown filmy eyes, a not unsympathetic face and small hands. He does not appear a bit hardened, says the 'hicago Times, and yet the old gallows beam down in the bat tered enclosure of the fort has been wo...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 18 April 1895

THE DIAMOND FIELD, NEWS AND GOSSIP OF BASEq BALL WORLD. Aketch of Joseph J. Kelley, the Hard Hitting Outfielder of the Baltimore Club-His Record Up to Date-Per' sonal and Impersonal Notes. OSEPH J. K E LT ley, the hard hit ting and clever out fielder of the Bal timore club of the National league and American as sociation was born Dec. 9, 1871, at¶Cam bridge, Mass., and it was in his native place that he learn ed to play ball. Beginning at an early age as a pitcher, he soon gained k local reputation in that position. Each year has seen him advance a step Pigher until he has reached the high pet notch in his adopted profession. being in the front rank as a batsman, base runner and fielder. His profes sional career began in 1891, when he ac cepted an engagement with the Lowell club of the New England league as one of its pitchers. His excellent work with the Lowells attracted the attention of the management of the Boston club of the National league, and he finished the season with the ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 18 April 1895

SHOES WEINSTEIN'S "We are through invoicing and, as expected, found some odds and ends, and we are *willing to sell them regard less of cost. THIS WEEK We offer 200 Pairs of Shoes at prices to get rid of them. No two pair alike. If your size is in the lot and you are told the price you will im mediately dig up thy money `with one hand and reach for the shoes with the other. GROCERIES A little broken in assortment, But, Prices on balance is fast closing them out. WEINSTEIN'S SHOES DIPS, SPURS AND ANGLES. Calling cards at THE MAIL office. Buy your wall paper at Sohmid's. Weinstein's sell Mincing Knives at 10c. For washable wall paper go to Schmid's. Ladies' Slippers in Tan at Weinstein's. Monarch Red Raspberries 25c at Wein stele's. Read the advertisement of Chas. A. Wilson. Best blood purfiflr is the B. & M. sarsaparilla. A fine lot of wall paper just received at Schmid's. H. A. Bowman was in from Combina tion yebterday. Easter Sunday was ushered in with an inch or two of snow. P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 2 May 1895

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 14. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. NEW SHEET MUSIC SDouglass Club (two-step)............. ........................ 40c Chariot Race, or Ben Hur (march) ................... .......... .... 50c Unforgotten Song (vocal) .................................... 350 Sweet Bunch of Daisies (vocal) ................................ 40c Forgive, Forget Those Angry Words (vocal)......................... 40c Queen of Beauty (instrumental) ................ ............... 50c NEW TEN-CENT SHEET MUSIC Wreath of Flowers (instrumental) ............................... The Star of Hops (vocal)........................ Sleep, Little Pigeon (vocal).............................. l1 C. Chicago Girl (two steu) .................. . ..... 10. Peace, Troubled Heart (vocal) .................................. Waiting for Thee (vocal) ................................. PHILIPSBURG NEWS STORE CH AS. W I LLI AMS .S HOES! SHOES! * SHOES...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 2 May 1895

FANNY DAVENPORT. WRITES OF SARDOU'S LOVE TORTURED HEROINE. lever, She Says, in the History of the Play, Has Such a Many-Sided Character as Gismonda Been Placed on the Stage. T' IS PROBABLE that Victorien Sar dou never sketched a heroine of so / many moods and / passions as charac terize "Gismonda." •With almost every * turn of the kaleido S scope of her nature l new phase is pre sented--always im perious, self-willed and defiant-just such a sovereign as one might well imagine adorned the court of Athens, at that Medieval period when it was a picturesque mix ture of feudal and Byzantine rule. As the duchess, as the woman, as the distracted mother, as the lover, as the avenger - in all these phases is she marvelously por rayed. YWe first see her as the Duchess of Athens, floating gracefully upon the wave of flattery and adulation; pleased with herself, haughty and condescend ing. Then as the mother,almnost crazed with the seeming loss of her darling child, and offering for his rescue ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 2 May 1895

RUGS MADE ANTIQUE. CHEMICALS ADD AGES TO THEIR APPEARANCE. Oupes Pay Big Prices for Doctored Ar ticles-How the Trick Is Worked-No IReal Antique lugs on the Market Now-Injury to the lugs. Every one who has been to a Turk ish rug store is familiar with the word "antique." Rugs imported from the Orient have invariably two adjectives --they are either Turkish or Persian and -"antique." The last word has only one meaning in the 'rug dealer's dictionary-namely, of great value. But, reader, did it ever occur to you even to imagine that some of these rugs, olaimed to have been woven at the time when Saladin was driving the crusaders out of the holy city, and which really look antique, were doc tored? Yes, doctored; just as horses are sometimes doctored before they are sold or raced. To-day the' Turkish rug is an arti cle on the market for which the dealer can tell as many lies as his conscience will allow him-and it seems to allow a great many to some dealers-with out being contradicted, be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 2 May 1895

MERgHANT8 & MINERR NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL. $50,000. A OFFIOCRS A A MoDon!'d ...... ...... Prosidnnt F . WilHson ................. ice Prei(ident CE Hlymer ............. ssistant (ashier DIRECTORS n M E H Ganno n A McDonald L I(' Degnhart h .J Wilson F Al Durfee I' : Rymer Aug. Greenheek: I' 1 shbaugh Webb Vincent GFNERAL RANINi 1rTSItNS TaHAS.AC T'ED. FOREliN AND DOME-STIC EX re.-Always glad to see or friends. ONCE A WEEK. PHILIPSE-UHIG, TIHUISDAY. MAY 2. Snhbscripliont Rat's. TN\ ADVANC: INOT N*r ADVANCE: One ye ,ar ........ 01 On,)n year .O.......$3 00 Six notths ..... . . 1 () Six months ....... 1 50 l"oreign postage adided. Iel, ittances at the risk of the subscriber, and should be made br express money order. post odice money order or check, to the orlder of THIE MIAIL, Philipsuinrg. Granite (ounty. Mont. Address all business conuunication us as above. Hardly a day passes bht that the dis patches bring encouraging news in rolntion to sii t r. The cost is at last awakening to...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 2 May 1895

SE EDWARDS 1 . -,--c~-.u--- DEALER IN STAPLE AND FANOY GROGERIES FRUITS. CANDIES, NUTS. CIGARS. TOBACCO, POULTRY AND PRODUCE. Masonic Building, Philipsburg, Mont. CITY LIVERY STABLES DEGENEART & BEATON, FRED AND S8LRE STBLKE HORSES BOARDED. Single and Double Turnouts; First Class Saddle Horses. Omnibus and Transfer Business; White and Black Hearses. Open at All Hours. UPPER BROADWAY, PHILIPSBURG, Do You Want IARN88 SADDLES, WHIPS, ROBES, Or anything pertaining to the harness line? If so, give me a call. REPAIRING of all kinds neatly done and promptly attended to. JEROME A. MATTHEWS, Broadway, Philipsburg. PHILIPSBUR LIEIIY tfAB JES STO ON STi TREET, (Philling', Old Stand)j FIRST-CLASS LIVERY tRIS AT ALL HOU-S OF THE DAY OR NIGHT. GENERAL TRANSFER BUSINESS IN CONNECTION. EF-I desire to thank the public for past patronage, and hote to have the satme continue in the future at my new stand. LEVI C. JOHN:ON. Princeton Restaurant. PIRST-QLASS MEALS SERVED 10 TRAVELERS. MRS. SOPHIE GUI...

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