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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 23 August 1872

I FRIDAY AUGUST 23, 1872. Judge Denny is still conGnetl to his bed. Salem wants six bits a bushel for her potatoes. Letters from Switzerland reach Salem in 23 days. Crops in Yamhill county are turning out a good yield. Crops in the vicinity of Corvallis are lighter than usual. The corps in Southern Oregon are turning out poorly. At Salem, oats are slow at 55 cents, wheat is quoted at 6-5. The Albany Democrat ha3 entered upon its oighth volume. The fires in the mountains around Jacksonville have abated. A Brick-laver's Protective Union has been organized in this city. Monmouth College will re-open on the first MoiHlay in September. The Statesman says flax seed is worth three cents a pound in Salem. The public schools will re-open next Monday morning, August SOth. Butter is scarcely to be had at any price in Salem, at times ef late. A passenger coach runs twice a day between Koseburg and the railroad. The depot buildings at St. Joseph, lamhill, will be finished this week. About 400 me...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 23 August 1872

a FRIDAY ..AUGUST 23," 187i Thnt Itrldgc Across the "IVIIlniiictte. Behind the pines hwl sank the sun. And 0rknei bung orresu. When 011 the bnlts o VI llhtmette A youth was fceen lo set and .VimI kcl and Ring unio ttte moon wild, yet tweet, pathetic tun, "They're jroini; to build, I reel It i-l. A bridge acrov the Willami tto." The ferry drifted slowly o'er And reached, at last, the other aliore; sailor, with courageous boul, Fibh'd her to land with Ashing ile When, hark ! from o'er the waves a strain, That youth, that voice, thai wild refrain. -They're coins to build, I ieel It yet, A bridge acruw the Willamette." Dark grew the night, the aoand winds blew. Down came the "Oregonlaji dew:" I town mountain hides the torrents notir-d. The rivers rose, the stream leu roared still sung that youth with webtod toe. With "nmU-rell" and rubber clothe. "TherTe going to build, I feel it yet, A bridge across the Willamette." A citizen from Yannany, Who heard him from the Brewery, Suns out, "You...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 30 August 1872

I N si . i rzs in -V ' . . MRS. A. J. Jinnm, MHor aa4 Proprietor OFl'ICE-Cor. Third nul Washington Sti TERMS, IS Ofte venr.. ADVANCE : 81l months. ..sacs Thifc nionllK.. mi ADVEUTISEMEXraiert(lottII050BaWe SONOEA HEITT. r mbs. arsiK wrrgmik Entered, according to the Act of Congre, in th yrar IK, by Mm. Stale WlUirrell, In thf Of tce of t h Librarian of Contnn at Washington City.: ciiAinfek xx. TUT ELOPEKFKT OF WHIM! 8T.UL. The nest morning, as 0011 3 break fast was over, the fumily oucc more as sembled in tiic parlor to hear tho com pletion of Catherine'.'" fctory, which they were anxious io hear finished, not only on account of its connection with Sono ra, but also that Harry and his bride might proceed on their tour, which hal j been deferred the day previous in eonse-j .j-wur t me crniiwion attending .Nor- -.a..-.An - e it. f I . mui'ii nrmm Catherine, wltese mind was now more composed, but whose eyes plainly showed that she had passed a sleepless night, seemed much dejected. She...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 30 August 1872

She ftew Utimt$t FltIDAY...".....".T'-ATJGUST 30, 1872. PIlfANOIAL IfOTICE. Notice is hereby given that after Sep tember lOtli wc sball stop every news paper going as a complimentary or dead-head concern from this office and present bill for arrearages. "We shall also present every delinquent's bill for the post year and demand advance pay ment on the present one. This step is absolutely necessary to save us from fi nnncial ruin. To our staunch and trusty friends who have aided us financially as well as with good words and wishes, we express our profound gratitude for services ren tiereu. to tnose wno nave aided us with good words and wishes only, we earnestly aud emphatically declare that we cannot pay printer's bills, paper- maker and pressman, or house rent and city taxes, with buncombe. Our c tended and expensive trip in the Hast, in the Interest of Oregon and our con stituents, has depleted our treasury and run us In debt. Now let our friends prove themselves such in real it'. ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 30 August 1872

FRIDAY -AUGUST 30, 1S72. HOMEKEWS. There are no vacant houses in Salem. Legislature will convene one week from next Monday. There is a natural bridge on the lite rati in Polk county. Monmouth College will resume stud ies on next niomlay. Seattle merchants are buiser than they ever were before. The Portland Academy and Female Seminary will re-open September 9th. The CheniekeU H6lel at Salem will probably be open on Monday, Septem ber 24. An unusual number of prominent men through the Stato are sojourning in the city. A Territorial Pchool Teachers' Con vention will be held at Olympia early next month. It is expected that water will be let into tiie Tualatin-Oswego Onnal by the first of .October. Twelve thousand bushels of new wheat had been received and stored at Tangent up to the 51st Inst. An examination of the Stato Treasur er's Report shows the funded debt of the State to be $290,467. The JlrpulrfieaR says the weather was too damp last week for the threshers to work in Polk county...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 30 August 1872

tl)t Mens $$u)wt$L FKIDAY. -AUGUST 30, 1S72. '- From the Pioneer. J Jessie and I. jrr xbs. eliia r- xsmosr. Jessie is a rich IMUrti stMp. But a poor man I ; Bite dwells In a "V" Msanaksn. Mine a cot near by. Jessie's clad in alike and velvets. A plain linen I; Hie can ever follow the fashion. Not one can L Jessie ha her friends by scores. Three or four have I: Riches gone her frletMH would leave her. Mine would all be nigh. Jessie rides in a costly carriage. No one can paaa her by; Ilrr husband follows on hla bay. Trudge alone do I. Jessie has the rarest Jewels, Not t hat kind have I ; Bui my jewel t far the costlier, Tik my darling Llllte by me nigh. Jessie has no children near her. One little clri line I; She might have them round her now. It she did but try. Jessie once was very friendly, When as poor as Is Now she thinks I'm for beneath hor. She will pass me by. Jessie will not be the richer When she comes to die; She will have six feet ot green turf. Just the same will I. So wh...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 6 September 1872

fijc &m jjletf &ast A Journal ibr the People. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Inaepenaeiit In PolWo. and Ttellirton. llxe to all Live Issues, and Thorougldy Ifaffieat In OppoKlng and Kximin tho Wroats at the Ma!Vs. OPl'ICU-Cor. Third nml Washington Sit TKRMS, IN ADVANCE: One jwar. Six month'. Three iuuih... .WOO Fref: Sitwii, Kara: Titrss, Kiicr. People. Oomspomlenla writing OTCrsaaompd M?aa lures must make known thair names to the Kdllor.or no attention will be given to their eoinmiintaatlona. -, !c Sen? WerthiBest. jilts, a. J. M'JUUY, Bailor and rrprltlor AIVK KTISEMESTB loiertodo Term. TIio llrltle Story. VOLIDIE IX. PORTLiilKD, OKKGON, FRIDAY, SEPTE3IBEK O, ljsir. When 1 was but a country Uw, now 0 1 torn I lived whw flu the Overnioek tlironffh nif.iilitirti vil and tow: rani afi. There flrM, wheu i-kw- were Ixmling blue ami blooini-. btnwlim free, I Haw th- nwl liitl bojr who went to srbnoi with I1U-. His lx.nif-.puiii-.hi . tk frayed and worn, ith atWttx cm.rvl ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 6 September 1872

FRIDAY... ...SEPTEMBER C, 1S72. EEMOYAL. The office of the Xew Xoktiiwbst has been removed from the corner of Third ami Washington streets to the Oregonian building on Stark street. The editorial room will be at our resi dence on Sixth and E streets. Sub scriptions or orders for advertisements will be received at the business office of the Oregonian or at the editorial office. HNAtfOIAL NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that after Sep tember 10th we shall stop every news juiji a complimentary or dead-head concern from this office and present bill for arrearages. Vc shall also present every delinquent's bill for the past year and demand advance pay- inont on the present one. This step is aiwolutcly necessary to save us from ft nanoial ruin. To ourataiineh and trusty friends who have aided us financially as well as with good words and wishes, we express our profound gratitude for services ren "urmi. jo niose who have aided us with good words and wishes only, we airnoetly and emphatically...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 6 September 1872

FRIDAY. .SEPTEMBER 6, 1S72. HOMENEWS. Hcio wants M cents for her wheat. Whrat i- coming iu ranldly at Oor vallic Mor- !il.i.-ii.-nre reported in Jackson county. A C'.u'lio'.ii' church is iieing built nl t iprvai. The State orYleers arc busy making ml tlwir reports. One firm at Corvallis lias 30,000 bush els of wheat on storage. Prof. Barrett is to take charge of the Academy at liaker (Mty. Warehouses and mills at Allmny now contain 00.000 biisliclsof wheat. The W'rklj Statetmein has entered upon' its twenty-f'ccnod volume. Tlie r. fiirnisliing of the Chemeketa Hotel at Salem costs about 520,000. C'apt. Crandall, of the Statesman, has ;'onc to southern Oregon on a visit. C'orv::His i of the opinion that she ought ( have the State University. The fall term of the Baker City Acad emy commences on the Gth of Septem Ijer. A smart little village is springing up at Drain'" Station on the O. & (. Rail road. The potato rot has developed itself in ( lataop county. It was at first thought ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 6 September 1872

FRIDAY- ...SEPTEMBER C, 1S72. A flaky in the House. RT XXI. A WIIKKLER. I knew that a Isafcy was JiW in that house. Though I mw no cradle, and heard no crv. fm. the buvbaad went tiptoeing ., a unjust, AnaUie good wife mm bumming a soniul AB1 motner8 loote " u,e " of that Tto' uokotherCUld ',leaK onl-v oiw thing, and "Tlie mother," I said to myself; for I knew that yromn before we was certainly For there lay in the comer a tiny ckv.h akoe And I saw on a stand eueb a wee liUle ha "Two fiajchutby hand have been lugging at ABd hookk fTOm pokt " "y pk,ur aMr1"1 WWW b"rk,f you And Vnokre'UW up wwh Ku""h Plcaaed NO That one know. thin, i is In hiding here mawtrlun - - - -. 1 Rity.4 hui." mo,M. aw nothing more. And heard not a coand, yet I knew? I wS ria?nl What else could the nhoe mean that lay on the The book And lit? toy, and theraeesmbricht? nu wnai made the husband a Mill a, a I am sure, very Bure, there's a babe in thai UVUW. J(AnfWife. aiibb iiarimra Snyder sat In her hiraigju-uacKed...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 13 September 1872

II M. A. J. IrtMWAY, Wl(r and Proprietor orrirr-Cor. 1'MMit null Stark Street. A Journal for Ute Teoplp. Devoted to the Interests oi Humanity. Independent In Folium !ind Beliglon. llre to all Live Issue, an Thoroughly Railiral In Opposing smlKrposiiH? the yron . At the Manes. U.P.Ms IS ADVAXCE: ...... .u to 1 7i 1 0 Hix iin.i.ili-Thj-t n.nih Fkcb Speech, Fkbe Press, FBKE PEOriE, Correspondents willing everafwumej Mul tures miul make known their name-, i. l. . HdltoT,or no attention will be etven to th, . eemmunleatlon. AT'VnnTIEMEXTRInsorlcdon Iteaaonable VOLU3IE II- PORTLAND, OREGON, FKEDAY, SE17XJ23X13ER 13, lfer;2. INTTTrBEIt 19. WWMiMMMMtWMMMMMW.MMM"''Mg..---- - f tri - i f " IIJ W 14 S0M0BAHEWITT. Ill MHS. srIE WITUEXELL. RntcrM.acennlinc to the Art nt Congfem, In the year 11 Mr-. Htasio Wllhf rell, In the Of- llee of ilic- Librarian of Cmi(rcs at Washington t.'ttv ; ciivriER xxn. rur jiujsEr. em: ape. 'Well, Alice, tire you satisfied (hut Norm a ii is a rascal, though his name...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 13 September 1872

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 13, 1872. BEMOVAL. The office of the New NoETinvrsT has been removed from the corner of Third and Washington streets to the Oregonian building on Stark street. The editorial room will be at our resi dence on Sixth and E streets. Sub scriptions or orders for advertisements will bo received at the business office of Xe43rogontan or at the editorial office. FINANCIAL NOTICE. With this issue we send bills to those in arrears, also calling for advance pay ment on the second volume. We are compelled to adopt the cashsystemnnd shall hereafter adhere to It ktrlcUy. A fihorWlmfflwllf bo glvenJfoTrenewals. laaaiinenwlt remittances are rot re- P&ceouuU will be placet' In the bends of oflkars for collection. -There are Many jinue upon our hooks, to w have regularly mailed the aper far vex sixteen montns, ami though IJlHa in some cases have been reputedly- sent, no response has been given. No newspaper can live In this way, and now we say emphatically we tmmt have our dues, ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 13 September 1872

SEPTEMBER 13, 1872. HOHEJJEwS. (jorvaU'ts wants her cbnrter mended. Real estate business in Salem is very lull. Eugene is to have a hook and bidder foinpauy. The tax in Clackamas county this ear will be 14 mills. There will be a match game of croquet . rialem on Saturday. The lobby of both branches of the -ogislature Ib welf attended. Nine compositors are employed in the ,-tate Printer's oflice, Salem. Corvallis still continues to clamor loudly for the Slate University. The frame-work of the roof of the Court House in Hillsboro Is being put up. About 35.000 bushels of wheat had been stored at Harrisburg up to lastSat urday. Most of Ibe farmers of Clackamas are having their wheat chopped into feed for hogs. A Corvallis paper says that wheat is coming in oulto lively. No sales are reported. Two men namel Ryan and Morris were killed by the accidental bursting of a blast at Roseburg, Friday. The taxable property in Benton county amounts to $1,500,000. The tax levied for all purposes is ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 13 September 1872

FRIDAY7....SEPTEarBEIt 13, 1S7 XearliifT the Shore. BV i.ArA oakwooh. .n rM man sit in "t"i,r- While snow Is hU thin. Whitehall , Furrowed hit cheek by time nd carr. And back and lorth he sways; There' ir awav look In bin dim, dim eve. wMch tcllTnl thoughts of too long fone by. 1 r" h? fT"onee iSore Trath a clouJless ". And In childhood merril; plays. He rests bis cheek on the head of his cane, Mid happily, smilingly dreams oyer again irthat home, the brook, the nie&dow.the lane, Dreams all with a vision elear. Then childhood ylelfls into manhood' place. And he look once more In a bright, bright lace, And down in the starry eyes he ean trace A love remembered una dear. Then he wakes and sighs: "It soeuu but a dream. That comes to me now like a golden gleam, Or the- sliiinmeriMcglow of the son's last beam Out 'tis pleasant to think it o'er. That youth was so sweet but now is past. Those days or loVe were too precious to last. But over yonder their pleasures are east. And I am n c...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 20 September 1872

1 MBS. J. J. WMWAT, Eillor and Proprietor A Journal tor the People. UevofeU to th Inter.,, of Humanity. Independent in Putties and Rel!ton. Ulve to all Live Iua., na Thoroughly ItlKlleal in Opposing nd Exvoeln the Wronsi o the Mamm. ori'ICK-Cor. Trout nnrt .Stark Streets. TKRMR, IX ADVANCE: On year. Six month Three nu.uili ..WW .... I 7S .... 1 W 1 Kbbb Si-EBCir, Kt.ee Ii:bai, Free People. Correspondents writing over assumed signa tures mut make known their name tn tm" Am'EfmSEMENTBIiuertedoa IlMonabl Terms. POTtTJOAlVT), OREGON, JTTITDAJY, SEPTE3IBEK SO, 1872. f w ! S0K0BAHBITT. BY X8S. SUSIE TirHKRILLi Entu d,mcor4lnx to the AetrOoacrewi,ln the year 1S2, by Mm. snule WttJtertl,ln Hie Of fice or tli- Lihrartnii cf tkmsrca at Washington City. rilAPTEH XXII. tiik confession or bivkciie. "Oh, Sonora, yon should have been Along last evening! We had a delight ful time!" was Cordelia's first exclama tion as iter friend entered the breakfast room the next morning. "TIio play wag without f...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 20 September 1872

FRIDAY SEPTEMBEB 20, 1872. EEMOYAL. Tho office of the New Northwest has been removed from the corner of Third and "Washington streets to the Oregomem building ou Start; street. The editorial room will be at our resi dence on Sixth and E streets. Sub scriptions or orders for advertisements will be received at the business office of the Oregmian or at the editorial office. lions. It has been with the greatest dif- j ficulty that I could make these appoint ments over their heads. A point of in tercut in this matter is the fact that out of all the women I have appointed, but one has proved unworthy of the trust, and she was a chronic defaulter. She would not render her accounts without the greatest difficulty to the Tost Office Department, and when forced to do so, her friends would come to the rescue PETITION. We have received a long list of ladies' signatures, which they request us to at tach to the following petition: TO THE OREGON' STATE LEQISI.ATURE : we wouiu respecuuiiy pray your...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 20 September 1872

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 20, 1872. HOilENEWS. Eugene has three Suuday schools. Yauiliill paid her As3eSor$!H0 25 this year. La Creole Academy of Dallas has 120 pupils. The new Court Houe at IIHlbboro is nearly finished. The local of the Stalenmam has lately leen caned hy a friend. J. SL Garrison la to have charge of the public school in CorvallK Lane eoflnty PW over $1,000 tho for care of its small pox patients tills sum mer. The freighting business to and from the city of Salem in unusually large this season Of all th towns up the valley, Eu gene is mid to 1 Improving the most rapidly A vein of genuine stone coal, four feet thick, has lteen discovered northof Jaolc sonville. Several families are camping out in Roseburg forlHek of houses or lumber to build them, Lafayette aspires to the Importance of a city, and will ask the present Legisla ture for a charter. It Is too late to harvest In Washing ton county. Plowing and sowing grain is fashionable now. In Lane county the assessment of tho O...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 20 September 1872

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 20, 1ST2. Written for the New North Tlie .Songsters or the Air. 1 speak for those who cannot nc:ilj ; "Who cannot, did I say 7 Were ever poets" rarest gems More eloquent than they ? They twiuer In the leafy shade, They trill their MKtgs on hLjh 0, thoughtless man, creation's lord. Pass not these treasures by. Onr Heavenly Father loving care Gave these sood gilts lo earth. These feathery, warbllnc instruments Of son?, and plee, and mlrlb. Litcd In lite acca lone nluee gone, K're you and I had birth. Then man, with an Immortal soul. Was ushered mid the throng. With joyous greetings everywhere That fllled the air with sons. Enraptured and amazed he stood, Sole human wltnea then-; And listening, cased upon the scene And bowed hi head In prayer. "Oh.God!" he cried, aa light shone forth And all perfection showed, "How marte'st all these; to each gave life And then pronounced them good V The lion and the lamb could then Beside each other 11c, And dweil in peace and harmony...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 27 September 1872

A Journal tor the rfojile. - iwvotw to the Interest of Humanity. Independent i Polltlca and RellgkM. Mlreto an i4Te nna rttarotii-hiv Railleal In Onivvu, n.i w.. . . . -. i t.T- Ul IIJI ot Hie Masae. OW THlr. i'I t Correspondents writing over assumed signa tures muit make known their nnmp to t5e Editor, or no attention will be given to thofc communications. Six niouth . Three nu n i ADVERTWE JIKNT8 Insetted eti Rcaaoaabfe YOLTOIE XI. J? ORTL VIS'1 , OREGON. lKJIDW, SEPTEMBER 07, ISerjCI. rsTJZMC tJETt SSI. TERMS, IX ADVANCE ; " t. . ' $ 80 i " ' .. ' - ' ' - . ' " 1 W Fiat 8TKECH, Filial l'KO. Fhce Peoplk. S0H0EAHEWITT. bt m srsiit wmratn.r. Entered, according lo the Art of Congress, In Ue jrai- UC2, by Mr. Saate'vVllbefalt.tfl the Of fle of tin- Librarian of CongrnK at Washington Chy. HAPTKR XXIII. A TRCIFXTCB C&OFE&mT. We will pass over the three following weeks in the city, which were spent In amusement of various kinds, and meet the Ileu itto once mom at their summer hom...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 27 September 1872

FlUnAvZT..SEPTJaiPEJt 27, 1872. EEMOJAL. The office of the New Xonrmviax has been removed from the corner of Third and "Washington streets to the Oregonian building on Stark street. The editorial room will be at our resi dence on Sixth and E streets. Sub scriptions or orders for advertisements will be received at the business office of the Oregonian or at the editorial office. 210 PAPEETAIE WEEK. The New Northwest will not be is sued next week, on account of the State Fair. "We have labored hard and ear nestly to make a readable paper, and now we intend to rest a week and cer tainly one week in fifty-two is nothing more than right. Our children have worked hard to get out the paper, and the' shall have the benefit of the Fair. After the Fair we shall bo somewhat recuperated and better qualified to fill our position, and shall hope to make a better paper than heretofore. "We will send fifty-two papers for the year, so our subscribers will not lose anything. THE SUITBAGE PETITION. At ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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