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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 June 1889

-; -' S "VI s: THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH; SATURDAY,- .TUNE 15, 1889, - :v" JUDGE HITEJS PLEA. His Final Speech in Favor of the Prohibition Amendment, INSISTS HOME BEER IS YILE t Sees Some Good in High License, but More in None at All. THE LEGAL THASES OP THE QUESTION The descending rain pattered Ticiously upon the roof of the Union Rink, on Allegheny ave nue, Allegheny, last evenine, hut the Prohi bitionists took to it just like ducks; not a whit deterred from crowding the edifice. His Honor. Judge White, arrived simultaneously with a tremendous gust of wind that shook the edifice, bat His Honor was apparently in his element, and having deposited his reeking um brella and wiped the glistening rain drops from his hirsute appendage, he pro ceeded to fire invectives and epigrams at his friends. the enemy. There was a long platform, along which the judge paced incessantly, and when he reached the extreme end and balanced himself on his toes a good point came out and the audience got to exp...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 June 1889

tt :' -r iCHB PITTSBURG DISPATCH; SATUBDAYT JUNE- 15, 1889. 8jjt mgpafrli ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1S16. ' Yot, No. 12S.Entcre: at rittsburg Postoffice, 1,'OTcmbcrH, 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 09 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing- House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. iTfregc net ctrcnlatlon of the dally edi tion of The Dispatch for six month ending Jane 1. 1SS9, 27,824 Coplet per Imuc Average net circulation of tho Sunday edi tion of The Dispatch for Slay, 1SS0, 47,468 Copies per issne. TEEMS OF THE DISPATCH. rosTAGE fete in TnE united states. JHTLTDtsrATcn. One Year f S CO Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter 2 W Dah.t Dispatch, One Month 0 Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one year. 10 00 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter. 50 Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one month 90 fcuxDAY Dispatch, oneyear. ISO "Weekly DifPATcn, one year 13 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at It cents per wecV, or including the gnnday edition, si 10 cents per vee...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 June 1889

Ji THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1889. IN DEEPER SHADOWS. Birdseye Tiew of Johnstown by Kighf, Drawn by a Reporter, AS SEEN, KEVER TO BE FORGOTTEN. A Dark Talley, and tbe Darker Drama it Has Shewn the World. CLIXTSOS GHOSTS OF WHAT IS GONE IFKOM JL BTirr COBEEErONDEST. JOH2.srowj, June 14. One of the most ttrikmg sights imaginable, and one which would lurnish an excellent subject for a panoramic view, or for the brush of a painter who delights to handle colors of deep, con tracting hues, as an interpretation of chaos, death and devastation, would undoubtedly be a bird's eye view of Johnstown at night. It was nearly midnight yesterday when I sat under the bright glare of a brilliant arc light in the rear of the Pennsylvania Rail road freight station, at a point where I had the opportunity of observing the scene in all its details of solemn grandeur, as well as those suggestive of horror and ghastliness. The moon was rapidly rising over the Allegheny Mountains, and, as it...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 June 1889

v-frl i ' i-v. v c, c M 6 THE' PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATUEDAIT, 'JOftE 15,; 1889. 4 II The Home Talent Beats the Hoosiers in -a HEAYY HITTING BATTtE. PFour Home Euns Made Off Jeems, the Gentle. LOUISVILLE PLAYERS ON A STRIKE. Clereland Defeats Anson and His lonng sters Once Again. VGEXEBAL BASEBALL SEWS OP THE DAI Games Flayed Yesterday. TrrrsBritGS 13.. ..Indianapolis.... 9 Clevelaxds 5 Cbicagos. i BOSTOSS 9... .WASHINGTON'S... 3 JTEWYORKS H....PHILADELPHIAS. 4 'Athletics S....ST. Lotus 5 brooklyn's. 7....cixcixstatis 4 "Wheelings 16.. ..Dai tons.... 11 2lckeesp0rts 5....uni0ntown8..... 1 ADE m HOT Gomes To-Day. National League Pittsburgs at Indian apolis; Chicagos at Cleveland; Washingtons at . JJoston;PhUadelpbiasat2few York. Jf 'American Association Louisvllles at . Baltimore; St. Louis at Brooklyn; Kansas Citys ". fA Columbus; Cincinnatis at Philadelphia, if International League Torontos at Buf- falo; Loiidons at Hamilton; Detroits at Syra cuse: Tolcdos at Kochester. Allegheny Co...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 June 1889

The Alleged Head of the Plot to Murder Dr. Cronln Re leased on Bail, DECISION OF THE JUDGE. He Holds That the Evidence at the Inquest Was Mainly Hearsay. NO DIRECT TESTIMONY AGAINST HIM. After Considerable Kicklnc the Atnonnt of Bail Warn Fixed nt S-0,OOu Not Quite Three Days In Jail The Work of In realisation Continued by the Grand Jury Effort! to Secure the surrender of Maroney and McDonald, the New York Prisoners Other Suspects. Alexander Sullivan is no longer confined in the murderer's row of the Chicago jaiL His application for release on bail, made through a writ of habeas corpus, proved successful. Judge Tuley holds that the evidence given before the Coroner's jury was largely irrelevant The amount of bail was fixed at $20,000, which was promptly furnished. The grand jury pursued its work of investigation without any lurther sensational developments. Chicago, June 14. Alexander Sullivan has been restored to liberty by Judge Tuley. The release was the immediate result of Sulli...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 June 1889

; 1 '8 THE PITTSBUEGI- DISPATCH, SATUEDAT, JUNE .15, 1889. - I If i ASKED FOKA US, A Communication Which Stirred Up the Amalgamated Convention. PROPOSITION BI ENGINEERS. The Eevised XailScale is Satisfactory to the Manufacturers. THE PLUCK-HE STOKES WILL H1TET0 GO The ninth day of the Amalgamated Asso ciation convention, like former sessions, was devoted to routine work, which is proceed ing very slowly. The only matter that came np that resemhled a fight was when the special committee on reclassification of sheet mill work presented their report. This body failed to agree, and the question was referred to the Committee oa Iron Work for adjustment. The steel workers' Wage Committee sub mitted their report -on Bessemer, opeu hearth, and all other classes of steel. It was decided to refer the scale to the men working in the different steel mills in con junction with the President of the associa tion. Somewhat of a breeze was created when a communication was read from the Brotherhood o...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 June 1889

H r - SECOND PART. I s - r B GDP! 111JU A Tale of Author of "Under Drake's Flag," ALL SIGHTS CHAPTER L How the Curse Beg ax. There was nothing about Carrie's Hold that would have suggested to the mind of the passing stranger that a curse lay upon it. Houses to which an evil history is at tached lie almost uniformly in low and damp situations. They are embedded iu trees; their appearance is gloomy and mel ancholy. The vegetation grows ranK around them. The drive is overgrown with weeds and mosses, and lichens cling to the walls. Carne's Hold possessed none of these fea tures. It stood high up on the slope of a hill, looking down into the valleyof the Dare, with the pretty village of Carnesford nestling among its orchards, and the bright stream sparkling in the snnshine. There was nothing either gloomy or for bidding about its architecture, for the term "Hold" that the country people applied to it was now a misnomer, for the bombarders of Essex had battered the walls of the old fortif...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 June 1889

BI PJfpp ww se TV- r3S ElKSn he 1 1 . e I1 I 10 FULIOF ADYENTUKE. Checkered Career of Alexander Sul livan, Kow Accused of the ASSASSINATION OP DR. CRONIN. He Has Already Been on Trial Twice on a Charge of Murder. AX ACTIVE AND AMBITIOUS SCHEMER Alexander Sullivan's career is studded with startling incident. A small merchant, he.was accused and acquitted of arson. A politician, he has figured in every camp, holding some offices, seeking others, and as suming to act as a local "Warwick, now ia one party, nowvin another. Reduced to fis cal straits, he scheduled as a bankrupt, and when relieved by the easy process once in vogue of all legal obligation to discharge enumerated debts, he surprised his creditors by payment in full with a high rate of in terest In the Territories, as in Chicago; he had received and returned bodily menace. He has exchanged shots. Thirteen years ago in Chicago he killed a school teacher. Twice tried he was finally acquitted of murder. Perseverance and audacity...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 June 1889

mws sypwwffrjpr .) r VIANDS FOR TABLE. Eetail Price of filling for Saturday's Market Baskets. FRUIT AND VEGETABLES ABE DOWK Meats, Fish, Butter, Ecss and Poultry Steady at Old Bate. A QUIET WEEK IX FLOKISTS' GOODS Office of Pittsburg Dispatch, l ut iL Feiday. June 14, 183. J Diamond-market dealers do not report a very active trade this week, but the reverse. The constant downpours hare had a dampening effect on trade in market basket materials all along the line. Butchers complain that close, damp weather spoils enough stuff to wipe out profits. Of the new things that nave appeared" in the fruit and vegetable stalls for the first time this neek, are sweet cherries, red raspberries and carrots. Trices of fruit aud vegetables are steadily drifting to a lower level. Home crown strawberries are now at their best and will continue so through another week. Alter next Saturday the season will be prac tically over. Red raspberries from Maryland begin to show op, but sell in a wholesale n ay...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 15 June 1889

emsa es-xgwgi & - t-".sww " 12 THE PITTSBUEG DISPATCH, SATUPJDAT, JUNE 15, 1889. I NO GENERAL CHARGE. The Condition of Trade is More Fa Torable, but Still Quiet, IROK IS A SHADE MORE STEADY. The Southern Product Continues to be an Element of Anxiety. EESULTS OP THE FLOOD DISASTERS rsracux. txlzobax to thx Dispatch.! New Tokk, June 14. Special telegrams to Bradstreet's continue to report only a moderately favorable condition of trade. The increased activity at Philadelphia, not ably in lumber and iron and in general lines, is due to the reopening of rail com munication, -which -was interrupted by floods in Pennsylvania. There is also some improvement in demand for and shipment of staples at St. Louis, Chicago, Kansas City, Galveston, Des Homes and Memphis, and at Louisville and Cincinnati business is reported fair. Our low preliminary esti mate of 545,000,000 loss of property by the floods in four States is more likely to be re duced than otherwise. The wheat crop propects have n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 June 1889

r Me Mffam Mgp attf) . " TRIPLE BOMBER. " TWENTY PAGFyS. -, - i i - i J5r fortt-itoueth: yeah. THE EOR&E CUT. Major Phillips at Last Succeeds Making a Channel in Through the Debris. DYNAMITE DOES THE WORK A Wliole Ton of the Terrific Explc losive Used in a jingle Lay, 500 POUNDS IN ONE BLAST. Considerable Damage Done the Prop erty in the fteiguborliood of the Stone Bridge. A KDMBEE OP COHTLAINTS FILED. How the Explosions Were Conducted and the Mountains of Wreckage They Shattered. A TERT UNIQUE PEAT OP EXGIXEERLNG At last a channel has been cut through the immense gorge formed by the Johnstown flood at the Etone railroad bridge, and the drift is being as rapidly as possible taken out or burned. A ton of dynamite was used yesterday alone, one of the charges being a 500-ponnder. Such heavy blasts did considerable damage to surrounding .property. It is thought that in a week all this part of the debris will be cleared away. rritOSI A fcTAlT COUKESrOXDENT.I Johjs-stown, June 15. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 June 1889

THE PITTSBITRG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JUNE 16, 1889. ' THEIR MM, The Anti-Amendment People Glaiming the State BY A YEEY BIG MAJOBITY. They Place Their Figures at Some thing Over 150.000. THE PROHIBITIONISTS SMILE, And Say That Nothing is JToro Certain Than Their Success. TVOEK OP THE TWO COMMITTEES The Anti-Prohibition Campaign Commit tee shut themselves up in their committee room all day yesterday, receiving returns from different parts of the State and figur ing on the result. Rear the door to the committee room, in an improvised ice box, was a goodly supply of all kinds of liquors and the glasses clinked merrily more than once. The re porters were kept in the dark as to the pro ceedings until the last moment Secretary Kinimerick was the last man to leave the room, and as he darkened the street door he was met by a Dispatch reporter, and later gave him the tollowing table compiled from the latest advices from the different chairmen throughout the State. THE ESTIMATED VOTE. CO COIM1XE. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 June 1889

'i 't fn-y-mFwm, THE PITTSBTTRG- DISPATCH, SUNDAY. JUNE 16, 188& "v THE NEW DIRECTOKY. It Shows an Increase of 16,653 in the Population. A VARIETY OP QUEER NAMES. Troubles the Compiler Has With the Can Tassers and They With People. THE BOOES W BEIXG DELIVERED The compilation of the Pittsburg and Al legheny Directory for 1889 is accomplished, and about the middle of last week the de livery to subscribers was commenced. The fulfillment of such a task, thus disposed of in a single sentence, over which the reader's eye ma travel without fully appreciating lis significance, is no longer regarded as anything out of the common, and few people outside Mr. J. F. Diffenbacher's headquar ters on Fourth avenne understand the labor and anxiety and attention which must char acterize the work, if it is to be complete, of compiling the names, residences and occu pations of the inhabitants of the two cities. Mr. Diffenbacher, who has published this Directory since 1874, has brought the svs tem o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 June 1889

TPwaa? ;wjf THE PITXSBTJEG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JUNE 16. 1889.. ETO Hfje BiMfct ' ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. 1S16. Vol. H 'o. 13. EntereC a: Pittsburg l'ostoffice, j'OTCinbcr H, 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Offlce97 and 09 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 DiamondStreet Average uct circulation of the dally edi tion of The Dispatch for six month ending Juno 1. 1SS9. 27,824 Copies per Issue. Average net circulation of the Sunday edi tion of The Dispatch for May, 1SS9, 47,468 Copies per Issue TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOSTAGE FItEE IX THE EXITED STATES. DArLT DisrATCH. One Year. f 8 00 Dailt DisrATCH, Fcr Quarter 2 00 Daily DisrATCH, One Month 0 Daily DisrATCH, including Sunday, one year 10 00 Daily DisrATCH, Including Sunday, per quarter 250 Dailt DisrATCH, Including Sunday, one month 90 Euxdat Dispatch, oneyear 150 "Weekly DisrATCH, oneyear.- IS The Daily DisrATCH Is delivered by carriers at 35cents'per week, orlncludlngtheSundayedltlon, at a cents per veef...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 June 1889

-' ss . -WiT ' ., i THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, ' STJNTDAY, TUNE 16, 1889.- 5' TEE SECRET IS SAFE. There Will be No Investigation as to Chandler's domination. PAYEE'S CASE IS A PRECEDENT. Senator Sawyer Very Dusy Looking After His Friends' Interest. IHE TDBLIC PBIXTBR'S PATKONAGE TErECIAI. TELEGRAM TO THBOlBrjLTCS.l "Washisctox, June 15. Whether or not "William E. Chandler used money to se cure his nomination for United States Sena tor in the caucus of the Republicans of the Xcw Hampshire Legislature, it is very cer tain that any charges that may be made as to the action of the caucus will not be in vestigated by the Senate. The precedent ha already been established, and there is 110 prospect that the Senate trill override it until the complexion of that body shall be radically changed. It will be remembered that jtfurat Halstead was recently rejected by the Senate to which he had been nomi nated Minister to Germany, chiefly for the reason that he had criticised the methods by which a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 June 1889

rr&fnpiQW p- W s; Jfwv i 4: ..'! K-i a 6 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JUNE 16, 1889. "Pn ft GREAT OPENING, Big "Winners at the Coney Island Inaugural A PITTSBUBGER IN" LUCK. Pontiac Creates a Bin Surprise at Yery Long Odds. POINTERS ON THE SUBURBAN. How the Jumpers Finished on the St. Louis Track. GENERAL SPOETIKG SEWS OF THE DAT Icncnc Gnmcs, Frlnele's Rcricw, Lengao Atcrntci and Oibcr Tntereitlnc Sport ing ?cw Will bo Found on llie Four teenth Fnce, Second Fart. THE WIMtERS, AT cje IbLAXD First race: Pontiac, lj lleclafe, 2. Second race: Torgo. I: Flatbnsb,2 Third race: Hanover, 1; Joe Lee, 2. Fourth race: Tenny, 1: Long Islind, 2. Fifth race: Longstreet, 1; Burch, 2. Sixth race: Inspector B,l;Cortcz,Z At St. Louis First race: Cora Fisher, 1; Kcrmcsse, 2. Second race: Indian Princess, 1: West Anna, 2. Third race: Joe Courtney, 1; Harillah, 2. Fourth race: Redstone, 1; Mamie Hunt, 2. Fifth race: Sninnette, 1; Winona, 2. A GREVT OPENING DAT. Good Races nt Coney Island and Big...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 June 1889

; ft NEW WAR SCARE AH Europe Greatly Excited by the Prospect of a Bloody Conflict. A MINE ALREADY PRIMED. Only the Match is Seeded to Embroil the Whole Continent kussia's rosmoN in the matter. Tlio Utile Balkan State Are the Main Cause of the Trouble The Cznr U Con stantly Endeavoring to Add to Ills Im mense Territories England Watching for nn Opportunity Gladstone's Great Work for the Causo of Home Rnle In Ireland Various Royal Follies The Minli's Visit. The periodical war scare is again affecting Europe This time, however, the situation seems more than usually belligerent. Only a little break is needed to send all of the nations flying at each others' throats. Rus sia seems to be back of the present disturb ance. Gladstone has been making a large number of speeches, and has aroused great enthusiasm for the Liberal cause. Great preparations are being made for the visit ol the Shah of Persia. PIT CABLE TO TOE DISrATCH.J Los-DOS', June 15 Copyright. A new war scare has been born this...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 June 1889

.t,'$r PITTSBURG DESPATCH, SUNDAY, JUNE 16,' 1889. 8 'jra3r I I H fe C THEYWILL CONTINUE. The Company Stores "Will Eemain in the EiTer Mines. THE WOEKMEN ASK FOE THEM. t)ne Establishment Which is Offered for Sale Very Cheap. THI! EOUj TUBNEES' scale settled There will not be much of a fight against company stores at the leading Hononga hela river coal works for the reason that the operators claim they are an advantage to the miners. Representatives of the two oldest coal firms in the city were seen yes terday by a DISPATCH representative. Cap tain L N. Bunton, of Joseph Walton & Co., in speaking on the subject, said: "Our stores are not 'pluck-me'.' They are a bless ing to the men. If we should abandon the stores at our works the other dealers would be able to 'pluck, as they wonld not then have any competition. As it is we buy for cash and sell at a close margin, thus compelling outside companies to charge reasonable rates for their goods. We do not compel our men to deal with ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 June 1889

M3t lW pgw THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. r: wl SECOND PART. " PAGES 9 TO 16. ' 1 HOMES OEALL AGES. A Fantastic but Interesting Feature of the Taris Exposition. THE DWELLINGS OF MANKIND. Eepresentations of Unman Habitations of All Ages. PB0SH0D5TA1H CATEENS 10 PALACES nrriTTKK rou the DisrATCH.! N" the midst of the Paris Exposition, and forming a promi nent feature of it, is a strip of ground covered with a gro tesque pile of build ings representing the dwellings of mankind from the earliest known periods to the prcitui time 2 e er did a happy family present a more striking diversity a more fantastic unity. The solid masonry of the Bgvptians shadows the thatched and matted huts ot the lake dwellers, the graceful architecture 'of the Greek goes hand in hand with the practical lives of its old Boman conqueror, stately Aztec piles, flimsy Japanese, Hindoo palaces and Chero kee wigwams, all stand on common ground nnd on equal footing. Here is every build irg material that man's ingenuity ever ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 16 June 1889

Jf 10 THE PETTSBUEG-" DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JUNE - 16, 1889. k I m when a .swarm came off and came so near that I became alarmed and started away, but they followed me, and when I took off my hat to arrange my veil lor protection I spied THE CAUSE OP' THE MISCHIEF. "The queen had lit on my hat I quickly laid my hat on the top of a hive and they immediately settled upon it and I hived them at once. Certainlv there are some risks to run, but I Mould rather hive a swarm of bees than set a clucking hen any time. Xou have probably read time and again of a swarm settling upon a horse while being driven along a country road. I tell you when bees -get on a horse there are lively times. You noticed that rope stretched across the drive down there. I put that there to keep people from driving up this way to the barn. Having some experience with bees on animals, I use this precaution." "What about this sngar-ied honey?" "Well, that is certainly a great fraud, as that kind is not nearly so good in f...

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