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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 June 1880

h - - ; ' i VOL. XXVIII. NO 22. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2,1880WHOLE NO. 1531.V BOILING HOT. The Republican Political Cauldron the Hottest in Its History. Gathering; of tin Ridlcal Clans From All Sjctlosaof the Country. Interviews and Incidsnt3 of the Great Political Straggl?, Etc., E:c. The Grant and Anti-Brant Faction1 3St ta Deadly Conflict. THE VKRT LATEST From Chicago The Situation at 1 O'clock This Morning, öpeclal to tte Sentinel: Chicago, Ill.,June 1, 1 a. m. Excitement has been at fever he.it all day. Nearly all the delegates are now In the city, ready for the contest, which 1 only fairly open. The event of the day has been the meet in? cf the Committee to-night, in which Senator Cameron took matters in his own hands and refused to entertain all motions and appeals from his decisions, except the selection of Senator Hoar of Massach melts, for temporary President, and the appointment of a Committee to arrausi for tiis hall and admissions thereto. THE FEELIS-4 IS VERY ST...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 June 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1880. "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2. There are a great many gamblers in tie Republican party, but not one coald be found with microscope or telescope who would bet eyen that the Republican party can carry Indiana for any Republican candi date in 1880 not one. Tve Negro National Republican Commit tee, whatever that may be, baa leaned an ad dress advocating the nomination of Senator Bruce for the Vice Presidency. It is supposed that the demand is t ade to give re spectability to Grant or Blaine. Tte following statistics, relating to the exports of domestic provisions and tallow from the United States tor the month of April, are farni3hei by I. N. "Whiter, acting Chief of Bureau of Statistics: Pounds. Value. Beef (fresh) 8,1C,!7 I 7!7,5Hl Beef (salted) 4,:-fJ,Viö V7d,;s Bacon 7L74S,öui 5,t71,wi Hams. t,71H,(76 864,571 Butter . 1,1:17,12 SO,4T4i Cheese 2,,.ij9 Ju;i,U51 lird - .51.0KS,:,: 3,97'J5W Port- Wi.T'tf Tallow 10,:1,W5 71M17 Total value llSIS.e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 June 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1880- CATTLEMEN'S COXGHESS. Meeting of the Bhort Hon Breeders of the State Tuesdty. Proceedings of tha Flrit Day's Session An Essay by J. W. Robe, of Greencastle, oa tbi UlRUs Qatiltles of Snort Horns. Jh Indiana Short H.rn Breeders' Awoclatioa met Tuesday afternoon at the rooms of the State Board of Agriculture at 2 o'clock, with Hon. Thomas Nelson in the chair, the President, Jade H. Cravens, of Pendleton, harin? died during the Interim since the last session. 1 There were present: Governor William?, Claude ITathews. Vermillion Coun7; W. W. Thrasher, Groves Poatoffice; T.W. W. Sanman, Spaies, .Sicretary; 8. F. Lockride and J. W. Rabe, Greencaatle; S. R. Qaick, Columbus; Albert and James Marian, Milton; Thos. Wilhoit, Middletowc; Dr. J. P. rorsjth, Franklin; II. C. Meredith, Cambridge City; J. B. Dinsmore, Bloomington, and others. . V. W. Thrasber intoduced a resolution, which was adopted, appointing Committee of three to select a shor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 June 1880

THE INiDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1880. Entered a second-class matter at the Postoffice at Indianapolis, Indiana. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2. FOR PRESIDENT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, or nrniAHA, Subject to the decision of the National Democratic Convention. Democrats care precious little who the Republicans trot oat at Chicago to be defeated in November. Pischback wants to bet f 10,000 to $1,000 that Grant can carry Illinois, an indication that Don Cameron took along his check book to Chicago. Jay GortD controls 11.000 miles of railroad and is named aa a possibility at Chicago. His character has enough dark spots on it to bring him well up with any other Republican named. Gaeaealdi, it is said, has lived too long. Unfortunately, Italy is not the only country where men outlive their usefulness. Here, la the United States, first-class funerals are too long delayed. De55is Keakxky is again on the warpath, and proposes to make it hot for his persecutors. That he was sent to prison wroDg...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 June 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1680- RESUME F THE WEEK'S NEWS. WASHISGTOS AXD CO- jrJLtvg. Washington i".'",! deserted by Republican böcatora arj vember of Congrats. All in ins Hen ate on Wednesday, ex-ücvernor Erown wu w ro la u Hi mccwror to General Gordon, 'An& the prnslon deficiency bill was amccd DV tbe addition cf a onmbsr of items and rÄSMd . Messrs. Rollins, Teller and other Republicans made campaign speeches nomin!' against the Mil to reu'iite the terms of Hnpervwors of Election.", and when they b-Ai ttlaea themselves out the measure ir-.e lion so screed to the Senate araendme.nU to the tar.is'.e Internal revenue bill, ajd got half-way through the auadry civil All in Committee of the Whole, the most Important action upon It be ins: a refusal to Increase the appropriation for the National Eoard of Health and the adoption of an amendment providing that the money expended under the bill should be In sliver coin. Mr. Warner made a vigorous proles; ag...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 June 1880

THE INDIAKA STATE SENTINEL, ; WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1880. G THE HOME. It is not doobted that men he horns la that place where each out hu established hit hearth and the sunt of his poMessions and fortune; whoon he will not depart, if nothing calls him away; whence if t bu departed he seemr to be a wanderer, and if be return he cease to wander. Definition from Ciril -aw. Then stay at home, my heart, and reet The bird U safest in it nett; O'er all that flatter their wings and fly A hawk It horering in the tky; To stay at home it beet." Longfellow. OCR YOUIfO FOLKS. Home' Nest Of nests, dear birdt, there it only one, Though yoo light on a swaying limb or flower, And roam at yon w'il for a happy hour. Or rent in the thaie, or tport la tbe tun, Yet of nett, dear bir Js, there it only one. On nett, one home, for home it the nest; Hear bird, you will find that out full aoon, When tired of tie glare of pleasure' noon, When, tired of the world, and yon long for rest You will welcome fljd in hon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 June 1880

7 jomc and frarm. Hints for Jane Work. American Agriculturist lor Jane. Climbers need support, and those not disposed to cling should be tied to the trellis or other object. Jure is a pood time for pruning. Larger limbs may be cut away now, covering all cuts with varnish, paint or melted grafting wax. The winter porta of cqaasb.es should be planted now. Mncn care Is needd to keep the joung vines from insects. Paris Green maybe used; hand picking takes time, but is effectual. Sow the main crop of beets and carrots, if not dornt already. Keep the weeds out and the soil loose. A succession of the 'Egyptian," to use while young, should be sown, using the thinnings for greens. Cbbaze and cauliflower need frequent hoeing. Plants for late sorts in seed beds should not be too crowded; they need weed ing frequently, and If infested with the cabbage worm, sprinkle with ashes. If the weather has been cold and backward and injured the Limas, put In more at once. Tnese and other pole beans need ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 June 1880

8 THE INDIANA STATE KfiNTINELTVPEDNESDAY. JUNE 2,., 1880. " - .. " - T SICKNESS AT PBI5.CETOX CtrT.LKGK. A Student Kill Hlmaeir While Delirious From ver One Other Death Student Allowed to Ge lJome. New York World.l J. H. Shaw, of Dayton, O., a member of the Junior class at Princeton College, and one of a number of students suffering from malarial feTer, killed himself at the University Hotel, Princeton, "Wednesday evening. Ha had been sick of the fever for some time and his mother had come on to nurae him. At the supper hour Wednesday evening hfl told her to go down to sapper. 8he hesitated at first, bat finally consented to do bo. He kissed her before she left the room, and during her absence in a temporary fit of delirium it is supposed, got a rszor and cut his throat. Ilia body his bten removed to Daj -ton. The night beor9 young Shaw's suicide Montague Ely, another of the stulentswbo had been attacked with symptoms similar to Shaw's and at about the same time, or dered his attend...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 June 1880

Y. r" J it vol,, xxvni. NO 23. ESTDLVXVPOIilS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE y, 1880WHOLE NO. 1532. r CHICAGO. The Most Notable Political Fi of the Period Ended. bt Senator GarfidM, of Ohio, ITamed ta Lsad Eadicalisn to Defeat in NoTember. Grant nod the Thlrl Term Conspiracy Detente! on the Tblrty-SIxtu The Chicago Convention has been la session every day since our last Issue. The ght between the Grant and the anti-Grant element continued desperate until tue thirty- sixth ballot was reached yesterday in the afternoon, when General Gat field, of Ohio, was nominated. He 1 a type of the most pronounced, repulslve and stalwart radicalism. He has advocated the presence of troops and supervisors at the polls. He was mixed up with the salary grab, and was smirched as fonllvwith "Credit Mobiller" as was Colfax The Cincinnati Convention will doubtless name a cand date who will sweep the new Ohio upstart from the politic 1 field. We give as follows the most notable speeches made at the Convention during th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 June 1880

2 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1880. fer jxmsiL "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9. Thi Rennbllcan party has the best oppoi tunlty now It will nave In a century to prove that it cant oe oamooozieo. ew iwr xnbane. - , The Uennbliean tarty Is itself the most notorious bamboc zler . recorded in history. Its whole life has been te decieve. to cheat mnd play low political tricks. The game in Chicago is (or one facton of the Republican party to bamboczle the other, and in the contest It is of precious little consequence which faction gets bamboozled. Thk Boston Post refers to Edmunds as a disguised imperialist, and says that "bo far as Democratio policy and principles are con cerned, the country would run even lees risk under Grant than Edmunds. The one is n open and bold aspirant for imperial honors. The other Is a sly, Jesuitical maneuverer, to arrive at the same result by resort to underhand tricks and stratagem. The danger from the one meets the country in Its face, but from the oth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 June 1880

THE DOXLANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1680. ÜÜB GIANT. HKLES AHGKLL GOODWI5. We have a giant In tbe bouse And not a neighbor kuowa It; For neither size nor glanee nor strength Is or surly Manner shows It. Ills dimpled hand upon mj arm Is rosy, soft and waxen. And bears no club; he wears no beard; I41S hair Is short and flaxen. Hs has two eyes and not a toothOar strong one id do ogre. He wears Instead or szlns and claws A little Roman togs. Hii voice Is gentle as a dove's, His laughter la delightful ; Eat cross his temper just a bit. His screams are long and frightful. He eats and drinks the best we have And offers not to pay us: Indeed with Chinese wakefulness We fear he means to slay us. This giant does not like the rtaik; Now is that not surprising? -And though he never woriu a bit. Insists on early rising. Ton can not walk, yon can not talk. You helpless little giant! Your very life ah I here's your power! Is ou our love reliant. So take our love and toll and care A s lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 June 1880

: g 4Ji TnE iSmAliK-STATsENTTNEL, WEDNESDAY.. JUlE,?,, 18-0., . "' Entered aa second- class matter at the Postofflce at Indianapolis, Indlana. WED'.fESDAY, JUNE 9. ju n t PRESIDENT. THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, eahjert to the decision of the National Demo- , eratlc Convention, RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. 'DaUv. delivered by carriers, per week 80 25 lau. tfAlrvid bv CArriera. Including HiiniLT öentlneL Der week.. .... SO Valiv to newsdealers. Der cory 8 r tadlaaaDoll Sentinel for 18SO Dally, bunday and IVeebly Editions. DA.ILY. Wlvered bv earrler, per week Vallyi Including Hunaoy, per week. DaUv. dt annum, by mat,-. .............. 10 00 Tjaiiv. rar annum by mall, including Hnndav br mail 12 00 Dally, delivered by carrier, per annum-. 12 00 fejuiv. delivered bv carrier. Der annum. Including Sunday. 11 00 EUITDaT. Sunday edition of 70 columns..-. 4 2 03 WXK&LT. Weekly, per annum . f 1 03 The postage on subscriptions by mail la propaid by the pumisner Newsdealers supplied at three eenta ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 June 1880

THE INDIANA" STATE SENTINBI WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1880. 9 ßESfME Ujf THE WEEK'S 5fW?. WASFUTGTOS AKD COSGRESSIOKAL. The Sute In Executive ferdon on Wd. netday confirmed the oominaUjn of Mr. .May-uro. 4o be Poetmaster V'ncwi only ttur". a remocrati Senators v oiina n'ealnst the inrnallon. The noml c" Utral JyotgMrect tobe Mini -rto Tnrker li fön fr&'Ji" Mr. Irn..r!4 j Wood. Lhairnr a r th Waysand Mean, Jöiami'tee, eiri"h Senator Davis, lue chairman -5 the APnrorr'atlon ?S??id?n thin tbe opinion recently CommlUee tüM F tal m-Joilty of his tbTlOLb or if iMOjngresscoaQ adjourn by however that .ltla not conslüereU i;kely, tee will Vor Mws Way a and Means Commitesneelaliv t to so eaily an adjournment, "orfff 't'Lonimlitee. t rT rtri- 'enee whatever has yet been. Made to H "-a.tftf.cae In the Cabinet. tjv 'rr-ary Evarts re? oJutlon on the Kortnne CätTPge will be reported upon f.voraoly , t. minority of the sun-Committee of the jWimKtee on I'ort-ign Affairs at a meeting of tte latt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 June 1880

G THE HOME. It ! not doubled that men he I th place where each on hu established his) hearth ad the mm of hia poeton, an ! fortan; whence he will not depart, if notWn? calls him away; whence U be baa departed ha aeoma to ba a wanderer, od if ha return he cease to wander. DaoniUon from Uinl '-aw. "Thon stay at noma, my heart, and rent The bird is satat ia ita neat; O'er all that flntter their wing mad fly A hawk, ia horerin; In the aky; To atay at home It beat." Longfellow. OCR TOCJfO FOLKS. a YoungJAinerica. 1 fact. I "Come hlther.yoa raaacap darling!" I sAid to my four-year oid. lay what hall b dona to the bad, baa girl Who will not do as she's told? Too well vou love your own wee way. While little yon love to mind: Bat mamma knows what Is best for you. And Isn't she always hind?" So I toM her of "Casabianca," And the tearful burning snip; Do you thins:," said I, "such a child as that Iiis mother would have to whip?" Aud my heart went out with the story ml Of this boy so nobly brav...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 June 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 9, 1880. 7 omc and tffarm. The Staer For Beef. Iowa Bute IUglster.l The cattle breeder is or should be looking for no: only the teer hieb will make the most beef In the shortest time, bat the beef which will return the greatest profit. The world is seeking good beef. They Here worn their teeth and wearied their jaws loog enough in mastka'.icg the tough and tasteless tissues of a muscular system. And there has been In the last year a more thorough lrmitf g&tion of this question, than at any former period of our history. Disappointments were encountered in some calculations, which at first were cot well understood. Those raising stock in Texas, Oregon, or on our Western plains, supposed if they traded up their stock with Short Horns, DeTons or Hereford", they could produce as sweet, tender and delicious beef as we could in Iowa, Illinois, or Ohio. And why not? "Why is not a work-ox, when thoroughly fatteneJ.aa fintly marbled, ten...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 June 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1880. 8 A VKIIY STRANGE STORY. How a gro Confederate Spy Was Arrested After the IVar und Sold Into Slavery in Cuba Washington (Miss.) Gazette. In 1SG3 General Femberton commanded at this point. Colonel Ileailagway owned a faithful slave Peyton by name, a noted negro tiddler, known for milea around, and highly respected by botn black and wnite. "When his young master, Vf. Lynn Hemingway, at pment Scale Treaaarer of Miwlselppi, joined the old "Carroll Rifles" be took Peyton along es a trusted servant, lie went with him into Virginia, and returned home in 1SG3. In February or March of that year a faithful 6py wao needed to visit the Federal gunbow then coming down the river on Fort Pemberton. Peyton at once nndcr took the misiion. and lepreaenting himoolf as e fugitive blave to the comu anders of the boats, was well received. Hems bright far beyond ordinary, he managed to crete their official papers, maps, etc , and escaped with these docu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 June 1880

4 f v w v v v -v v v w. v, .,.,; x 'Cn- - V S V W WAO . . ' - fe " . ,t ,f.. . . .... .. . ! rT-..",..x 1 j. ;- r ' - . - I ; ' " ' ' ' ' . ,.- . .- .. ... ' - ' V'.1'- '. 7 INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY, JCJNEl G, 1 ö fc 0 TITHSUPPL E AIENTVOL.. XXVIII. NO 24. WHOLE NO-1533.1 DREADFUL - DISASTER On Long Island Sound at a Late llour Friday Night. A Collision Between the Stoning, ton Lino Steamers Narragansett and IStonington. Tie NairgaEsett Strnck Between Mid&blp, Ttvkes Firs and Sinks. Many of th9 Passengers Jump Overboard, While Others Take to the Life Boats. Eighty-Three Persons Known to HaTe Gone Down to Watery Graves. A Scene Toat is Beyond Description by Any Mortal. Heartrending Stories Told by Tnose MfboWm Rescued. A TERRIBLE CALAMITY. A Collision Between Two Loop Island Sound Steamers. Ikw York, Juue 12. .The steamboats stonlDtoa and NarragtDsetl were In collision last iilbt on Long Island Sound, aul tue present announcement is that the Narraganett took tire anil rank...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 June 1880

'J V f "THE INDIANA STATE SEKTIXEL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1880. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1G, BlIXS OF SUBSCRIPTION. . . , c , . ; . t i . i Dally, delivered by carrier, per week 10 15 lly, delivered by carriers. Including - Sunday Ben tin el, per week 80 aily to newedealeia. per copy.. ' I )adlanar.oll Sentinel for 1880 Dally, Sunday and "Weekly Edition. PULT. - Jellvered by earrler, per week I 35 Jaiiy, including öunuay, per week-., Jw Dally, per annum, by mall . 10 00 Dally, per annum by mall, Including Sunday by mall ..-. ..... 12 00 Daily, delivered by carrier, per annum. 12 00 Daily, delivered by carrier, per annum. Including Hunday. ' 1 00 fClTDAT. Bun day edition oi 70 columns ,.J 2 00 wkxkly. , Weekly, per annum . J 100 The postage on ubecriptlons by mall U pre-; paid by the publisher Newsdealers supplied at three eents per copy postage or other charges prepaid. His name is Da Golyer Garfield. Grast gave Garfield only seven votes. The Empire was hoggish. Grast's character is purity its...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 June 1880

'THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY JUNE 16, 1580- 7. L f OSE TEAR OLD. Bo now he has seen the sun and the moon. The flower and the tailing leaf of the tree (Ah, the world Is a picture that' looked at fcOOO), I there anything more to see? He has Teamed (let in? kiss from his eye tha tear). Aa the children tell m, to creep and fall ; Then Hie fcj a lesson thai' taught in a year, For the baby knows It alL CONCERNING WIMIEX. H&ji a French critic: 'I like a cirlbe. fre :-he gets womanish, and a . woman bofore the gets girlish." The energetic man now lies off the veranda and enjoys hU pifw, while hU eyes are fe&iteJ by the beautiful flower of the garden, cart-fully delved by his wife and the servant girl. - "Women vote in "Wyoming, and are well treated by the men, and the married women don't always vote as their husbands do, either. Is noted, further, that the worn n are sure to vote against candidates of dissipated or immorwl habit. One of the highest and best...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 June 1880

1 i. O 7. H : WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16. - . t;' BAVa or BUBsoitiFTio. B&Ilr. delivered by carriers, per wee- 5 nUy. delivered by carriers, including BO )aliy to newsdealers, per copy 8 tadlanapolls Sentinel for 1880-Dallj, Sun4ar ud WMklr JSdlUa DAILY. Vilvered by earlier, per week 2" llf, Including Banday. per week SO TkAllv. rmr .nnnm. bvmatl - 10 CO Dally, per annum by mall, Including -Bnnrtarr htf mall '' 12 00 Dally, delivered by carrier, per annum... Ii UU Daily, delivered by oaxrler, per uuuuu, Including ban day. 14 00 erifDAT. Sunday edition of 70 columns ..I 2 00 VIULT. . Weekly, per annum r J l oo The postage on sahecriptlonj by nail Is prepaid by the publisher NwKleal supplied at tnree cents per eopy postage or otber Charge prepaid. . ' FOR PRESIDENT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, Or rtTDLAWA. tutject to toe decision of the If atlonal Democratic Convention. .STATE TICKET. for Governor FRANKLIN LANDERS, Marlon County. For Lieutenant Governor ISAAC P. G RAY, Randolph County. F...

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