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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 4 July 1896

THE COURIER. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest J. S. Gov't Report , Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE K! elected. Majors was nominated for governor, but lost at the polls. Poor Church! Poor Tom! They have seen better days. With wistful eyes that never meet. With grasping hands thai never clasp, and lips Calling In vain to ears that never hear. They seek high office all thelc weary days, And die unsatisfied and this is Fate. Here is a table showing the vote In detail on the sound money plank In the republican national convention: No. of Votes. Teas. Nays. Alabama 22 15 7 Arkansas 16 15 1 Callfconla 18 3 15 Colorado S .. S Connecticut 12 12 Dalaware - ...... 6 6.. Florida 8 6 2 Georgia 26 23 3 Idaho .'. 6 .. 6 Illinois 4S 47 1 Indiana 30 30 Iowa ".'26 26 Kansas 20 16 4 Kentucky 26 26 Louisana 16 16 Maine 12 12 Maryland 16 16 Massachusetts 30 30 Michigan 28 27 1 Minnesota IS 18 Mississippi 18 18 Missouri 34 33 1 Montana .. ........ 6 .. 6 Nebraska 16 16 Nevada 6 .. 6 New Hampshire ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 4 July 1896

THE COURIER. fflP Cp4T1?92 f$P THE WORLD OF SPORT The new candidate for the highest honors In the pugilistic prize ring Is a man that was comparatively unknown two weeks ago or until that four-round bout with James J. Corbett, the so called champion heavy-weight of the world. Springing from obscurity he is now made the subject of conversation in sporting circles the world over and is regarded as a "comer" in every sense of the word. J. W. Naughton, the sporting editor of the San Fran cisco Examiner, who is probably the best judge of Corbett's condition and his powers, thinks that he has retro graded since his tight with Mitchell, and that In a finish fight with Sharkey the latter would win. He thinks that Sharkey will be the next champion. Sharkey began to box professionally in Honolulu in 1893, whipping Songley, Thompson and Pickett in short order, and also having the better of an eight round draw with Nick Burley. the Californian light heavy-weight, who, a short time back, was kno...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 4 July 1896

THE COURIER. mi..uMWB -car w ' --" fiURblN6-T0N. BEACH jx'jaoj'vUvtrisu ' i i i. i $403U va.VC i , ' J t v. jr. -t. , &. ii-t. -- '. jv".Ffi iCF - ,vx, .?.- jekSlV. - - .. -" cfc4ft-.i -:: , tl a7 .. vi.-- m -.- -5 v,i ??.:? -'- - vVv, ' r.;- j i ' s JkS V. WBHtt rf- 1 Hit' -' j , -fi.l ' " -; . - ,r ik; " nt ' '' -r. rj " a' i . 4 1 A I J. - ""J'! '' . . '(i sir. i." r . $1 Mil BALL ILLUMINATIONS I - -. jT ... j . , IMakiBg'ia all nn sf the grandest and most picturesque displays ever pefore witoemod, giving to. the maiy thousands of visitors an .elaborate and jiin maturing snacia;ia never oerore wunnaoca ana Bemum inau-uraieu uv any amuwaicui cmerpriac. 0&&W&&&te'Qk'&1M&& M : a r - .' r. A LFiiBUCpkDAlBN BALLOON ASCENSIONS f Q A t. PROP. LEWIS IN 8UMMMERSAULTS AND DIVING not yet Je found to work belter than balls 'UBflo-a load. It is accord(nc to good mecBanicaJ law to suppose that to getJlie,- bfst possible results the bearing of a wheel should ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 4 July 1896

- - THE COURIER. At c- 2338 &! Z'SriP s "- . S, gr. : -- .nt v- J5v ls ii r-ui i winji.iRti'-Hj i r .ra. j-jw . - -. . - -. :ttiTKaRh?w-y.-; , . . ,( W ii 1-i i J - xc Jfc. - vjifl) .bng.iv-. S wi' tJSStiSfeieS, L ' . - -t'JKK2i jT t -""! "' ! t 4 'f - , .. -.j. ,. . ,jfc j saatii ' ---wiwswa " - ."r -i T- A. . - - - T u -. "i. i V " " .... - . , '.-nT, W? --" - Jr,"-'' . WV-V 31 J.. "'?l r- - - fT Z'tftXjg&j&Si IKBm&xa&i&BSJaLJ&kfaWtti t ' - tPkjiaKJMKrfRUI' 3l.UFS3af rf? VBV- Ti M Trf etr i wv?mwiaias7 'Arv.aHCjeaM'aiHWkM-m KSItt iv: a ryri . i WP ara98R SHp IBIIHEBUV.'Wl rasr- i. Ql mmmt K yWgca, f ,,,, &'. s--2 C I . - ". L-k 8" ft 4M' - . EawflfiaVaav "Mm .tBsllllllHsllHsiawLwW . ,- : : -?. - &fK vrys--. r3Hl -K - & RE3 i.wBs'rai ifflliiiaBiMHsaffilMI '" "- -- BURLINGTON BBA6H Major McKlnley Is a member of the Chicago Cycling club. At the national council meeting in Columbus, O., he consented to become an honorary member of the club. Mr. ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 4 July 1896

?TM THI COURIER. WE AND OUR NEIGHBORS This has been a remarkable season for cottton wash dress goods styles have been exceptionally attractive, prices unprecedentedly low and busi ness proportionately large. Thus for we have had the most satisfactory trade on this class of fabrics In the history of our business. Our assort ment of the most popular lines is still in good shape, among them W rrccccK S D:r Jw ,a i .m a MaY ii M "tin 1sBffranaC-m L"rf-'mnwt-M"T-M"tfssa5 bhJKw4 Evolution signs the race nearly fin ished when sculptors begin to appear. Centuries of modeling preceded Phi dias and Proxiteleo and the Egypt ians. Though the latter succeeded in building the most impressive monu ments, they were overmastered by their religion to such an extent that their ideas of beauty have never been accepted by the artists of succeeding age?. I mean the beauty of the human form that the Greeks and even the Romans expressed so well. It is flattering to the progress we have made that we show si...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 4 July 1896

'--' THE COURIER. --I-T J" fci- & il. ft habitual and confirmed house-keeper is forced by the barrenness of her rooms and the absence of anything to clean Into plain air. Blinking along behind an uncompromising dame of the foregoing description, on, whom I had heard the day before expressing her horror of impressionist pictures, I heard her exclaim to herself."Well. I declare, there are those purple shad ows that I said did not exist. Weil anyway this Is the first time I ever took time to look. At home I have my mind on other things or I am on an errand and everything else seems triv ial." She was one of those rare people who admit mistakes. If only to herself. Most of us when we are confronted by a fact that contradicts our "views" put our heads down and charge it with a hope of getting It out of the way. There are some people here who go about with note-books, a serious ex pression and a complete Ignorance that summer reigns. Dalliance, dolce-far-nlente. laissez-faire ace summ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 4 July 1896

TOT COUIML t 1 r: OBSERVATIONS The ticket named by the republican state convention this week Is a strong one. with the exception of the namt at the head. It 'a a sad commentary on the intelligence of the republican party that of all the available material for gubernatorial candidates "Jack" Mac Coll should have been selected. Two years ago the republican state conven tion selected as the candidate for gov ernor one of the weakest men In the party, and Mr. Majors was defeated at the polls while all the other republi can candidates were elected. This week the convention again selected the weakest and poorest candidate, and raised up as the chief standard bearer of the party an Ignorant, roysterlng, good fellow. In the preliminary cam paign The Courier did not say one word about "Jack" MacColl that was untrue, and any favorable comment on the ticket In thes columns must omit the gubernatorial candidate. The republican party is slow to learn. In this campaign Instead of having a can did...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 4 July 1896

THE COURIER. SB? '- The close of fifty years of wedded life for Mr. and Mrs. Parley Converse was celebrated at their home. 228 North Twentieth street Tuesday by many descendants and relatives. Parley "Con verse and Hannah Phillips were mar ried at Mllford Center, Union county, Ohio, July 1, 1846. Two daughters, Mrs. John Williams, 1718 P street and Mrs. N. B. Kendall and one son, Forrest Con verse, blessed their union. The son died nearly two years! ago. Those who met with" them to celebrate the occa sion were their two daughters with their husbands, two sons and one daughter of the Kendalls, one daughter of Mrs. Williams, F. K. Williams, a son, being in business in Chicago, the daughter in-law, Mrs. Forrest Converse and her young son, Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeBeeder and little daughter, Carry Reeder, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Berny and little daugh ter and Mrsj L. A. "Reeder, a niece, of Chicago, III. '. A little company of. friends met at Curtice's music hall Wednesday to enjoy the melody of a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 4 July 1896

THE COUKIML SYWRT VlNSTS LITTLE BO-PEEP -Richard Dedham had been out all day sketching at least all day his portable easel, with Its nice clan can vas, had stood waiting:, with accus tomed patience, for the decorating: touch of the master's brush. At this moment he was sketching: in a most comfortable manner, his flannel-clad figure prone upon the ground, his hands clasped under the back of Ills dark head, a half-smoked pipe dropping out of the corner of his mouth. Twice in as many minutes he had been obliged to remove one hand, thereby much discomforting himself, to brush aside a persistent fly which insisted upon descending upon his nose. A third attack caused him lo open bis eyes and utter a impatient word, decently low in tone just as a clear, high soprano voice behind him sang Sha-all I wake him? No, not I; For if I did he would surely cry. And with a derislre shake upon the last word the branches were pushed aside to reveal the prettiest little fig ure that an itinerant painte...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 4 July 1896

THK COURIER. j-.- " "Have you quite forgotten our talk that night among the palms in the corner," he went on, softly and slowly moving closer to the girl, "the talk that I bad tried to have for weeks, when I told you of a promise that had once been made me by a small girl with a snub nose, who wore a pinafore anjj had a very dirty face? I think you remembered it. Though the girl was no longer email in years, at least she will never be big, and her nose is no longer a snub, it is deliriously tip-tilted! She doesn't wear a pinafore now, and her face is most charmingly clean, but she is not so nice as in the old days then she" "Where can those children be!" ex claimed Rosalind, springing to her feet and looking nervously about her. As if in answer to her question came a shout through the bushes, and it was was followed by a tall, handsome young man, whose nose and dimples at onco proclaimed him "Brother Tom." 'Hello, Dedham!" he cried cheerfully, runuing his finger through a moist mop ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 4 July 1896

'"-lifwr,5f"-,s c-fJ THE COUKIB1L THE LINCOLN LIFrJCSSN- S;s OCCUPIES MIDDLE GROUND BETWEEN THE "OLD LINE" OB OLD PA8HIONED LIFE COMPANIES AND "AFTER DEATH ASSESSMENT'OR CREDIT SYSTEMS. IT ISSUES A CLEAN PLAIN. POLICY ON THE FIVE YEAR DISTRIBUTION AND FIFTEEN YEAR SELF SUSTAINING PLANS '-. i, itr-r i ii.i-3tt?-Rsafr- j$fej .-. r- r m EiX- ''K'Sr "'. For full information apply to W. R. Proctor, Sec'y at home office rooms 3o4-5-6-7, Farmers arid .Merchants Insurance block or to Frod S. Clinton or Aliens. Green, general agents. . . K ) ' . I- iJt : v" r.s?-'-i MH f OR Tfc. fl&Hlv-0 :Sit f RH WfSTEW S10RY -M--"'-, 'p'M -",' S-' iv.i.tJ se--J .-t!i f.i-" .pg.' ,ri -iFHall IPairtiotilairs nexzt week ar'aa rtktic hairmt, try S. F. taiUD IB POPULAR TONSORIAL ARTIST. wke kM an elegant barber ahp i eak chairs, eta, called "The Afeaaz" at 117 North Tbirtewtk treet, eoatk of Lansing tkeatre. r Mt MLH MIT MEAT HTM in and for Lancaster county. In an action wherein L. B. Leach is plaintiff, an...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 11 July 1896

r, . .-. , fei- v i, - -mt r i -: $!? TrrBwjqs." y- artHUV iIht r;-rr.r.TtogL3Csas .. arrc iapmsrgrrBrqrrvy VOL 11. NO 36 ESTABLISHED IN 1886 3HT dHTTA T CW"' 7 1 8 , .. ,; PRICE FIVE CENTV I sUr?iJJv ? ; wT . a I 7 LINCOLN NEB., SATURDAY, JULY 11 1896 i - --'CTzk' ITWTKBKMT OrIC AT LHICOUi AS nCONICUlM 1UTTU PUBLISHED EVEKx SATUKDAY TK 6MIER raiRTIK MB pibusiin m 0m 211 North Elerenth St. Telephone 384 W.MOftTON SMITH Editor aadMtsutr 8AKaHB:haBBIS AnoetataSiftoi Subscription Rates In Adrance. Per annum W-55 Six months 1-00 Three months One month 0 Single copies S)iaJ(fl(i)(SJfl(l)(8XB(S(l)lfi00(IWBt)flOww I OBSERVATIONS I J(M(t(ll)(f(Tlll)(?T)(fffi To the Editor of The Courier: You say that Nebraska will give a plurality for McKinley and "sound money." Do you not know that the people of this state, of all parties, are clamoring for free silver? On what do you 'base your opinion? Yours re sp2ctfully, E. J. B. Seward, Neb., July 6, 1896. Some, people in Nebraska are clam oring for t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 11 July 1896

:7F ,'stj$3v$flf,fc?5?'3l ,?r'!?',-v',s liy J"": 'iF-rM.'-'-&lj,' & .-wk$?ig- THE COURIER. RiitoraUkLnTHMffPower-Latat U.S. Got Repott ABMwnnrpoM ARE YOU GOING TO ATTEND THE I Mi I 11 II ' M 11 IlllLlllUL 1 . .!-- throughout the state. Everybody will have plenty -to eat aitd.an abundance of feed for stock, and a big product to sell, and money will commence com ing Into the state almost Immediately. The election of McKlnley In Novem ber will cause such a revival In manu facturing as this country has never seen and that revival will open up great avenues of employment, and there will be a prosperity and a con sumption that will send prices of farm products up with a bound. In 1892, four years ago this month, before Cleveland was elected, corn sold for 51 cents and oats for 37 cents. Then republican policy was keeping the fac tories of the country running full time, and many of them night and day. The price of farm products fell with the decline in manufacturln, and when republ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 11 July 1896

THB COURIER. v V f f: S'.O I - &.-. if ,- if of the state, and of other states. Apropcs of the exposition it is of interest to know that a number of prominent commissioners have sug gested the desirability of placing Prof. R. B. Owens, of the university- of Ne braska, In charge of the electrical de partment. Undoubtedly the state uni versity will b called upon to con tribute to the success of the exposition, and the university Is capable of ren dering material assistance. Professor Owens' services were utilized In con nection with the electrical exhibit at the world's fair, and he enjoys a wide reputation as an electrical engineer. A convention composed of 1057 dele gates, as was the republican state con vention recently passed Into history, Is an unwleldly body, altogether too unwfeldly. A convention of this size is easily stampeded. It is more like a great mass meeting than a sober, de liberative body, and Its proceedings are much more likely to be influenced by emotion and pr...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 11 July 1896

THE COURIER! FITZGER'bD DRYGOODS60MPAN Y Iincoln, K" ebi Ladies' muslin Suoxmer Dress Qoods UrvderWear " -& v. V9 . -"V 4v T. Are -, - being . slaughtered This for Monday-morning 10 yards for 10c 4o pieces cotton Challies the reg ularoc ones. On Monday morning for layard. This for Saturday morning for 5c yd. AH the 10c rummer dress goods in the house; all the 12c summer goods in the house; all the 15c summer dress goods in the house go in one lot on Saturday for 5c yard. 10c Fard 'The best we have at this price. All the fine summer dress goods, imported and domestic lawns, organdies and dim ities. Some .worth 35c On Saturday for 10c jard. Big reductions in Black Silks 20 inch all silk satin duchess, regular price, 85c, clearing sale price, 63c yard. 24 inch all silk satin duchess, the 81.25 quality, clearing sale price 87c yard. '24 inch all silk satin duchess, the best we have our 81.50 quality, clearing sale price 81.05 yard. 24 inch black brocaded India silk, regular price S5...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 11 July 1896

THE COURIER. iBi IMppB 1 iP il wl wi M m&mmmmmmm&imm&mm&m&m S$S&SX "ALL THE MA0AZ1NES IN ONE." VI Review-Reviews Edited by ALBERT SHAW. A L ..... w f WE AND OUR NEIGHBORS Jf 37:. "' HE PEV1EW OF The. Bryan-Irish debate on the 4th was a revival of the excitement of 120 years ago on the same day In July. The auditorium at Crete holds about four thousand people and the "stand ing room only" sign was put up and taken down again. One. end of the shed, which is all that the auditorium Is, is filled up by a platform which ex tends across It from side to side. The roof and pillars are painted white so that the Interior is lighted by reflected and twice reflected light. The open sides of the shed are so low that only the grass and trees are visible from the Inside. Even on the sunniest day, therefore, the light in the pavlllion is grateful. The platform that Alls the end of the shed was filled with two or three hundred people, most of whose faces are familiar to Linco...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 11 July 1896

"yVP37W?y ??- - T-Z- rj.. THE COURIER. IB-' fr Points in Politics It Is doubtful If Dr. Collins will ever be asked to preside at a republican state convention again. It Is generally admitted that Mr. Mc Clay might have made cither Melkle john or Hay ward by the display of a little, temerity, and Melklejohn's nomi nation would have. Insured McClay's. Jt Is puny politics to waste 71 votes as Lancaster's 71 votes were wasted in last week's convention, up to the time trlct than In any other In the state, money that there is. The gold produc tion has doubled in the last five years. He did not think there was any danger that the price of gold would Increase to make it too dear for money use. Speaking of the recent bond issue by this government, he said that the bids showed offers of $500,000,000 more than could be used. There is thus plenty of idle money. There is far more danger of glutting the money market than there is of not having enough to do business with. He claimed that there is ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 11 July 1896

;-. fer. yz R l""" r t' "i - - ? .rt - -- fi,i-" l?" THE COURIER. M BgarscnBi 1LM fbQCIAL AND PERSONAL? fg H. R. NIssley was In Denver this week. Mrs. C. A. Robblns has gone to Elm wood, 111. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Van Brunt have gone east. John M. Stewart was in St. Louis C. H. Morrill has Joined his family in Salt Lake City. Mr .and Mrs. H. B. Vaill left Monday for Galesburg, 111. Miss Myrtle Coon of Omaha spent Sunday In this city. Mrs. W. R. Fuller of Edgar is visit ing Mrs. A. W. Gale. Professor and Mrs. Wilson left Mon day for Chicago and Chautauqua. F. W. Collins addressed a large audi ence at Ashland the Fourth of July. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Plank have gone to Colorado Springs for the sum mer. Rev. O. W. Flfer, formerly of this city, now of Geneva, was in town this week. Chancellor and Mrs. MacLean have arrived safely on the other side of the Atlantic J. H. Mauritius, formerly of Lincoln and now of New York, was In town this week. Fred Woodward spent the Fourth of July in Beatrice,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 11 July 1896

TJrafrif''- THE COURIER- r ii i? ShaefTer and Mr. Hicks made up their minds that they would not leave him there. He was Anally taken on board a steamer and the party was off for borne. The second day out a storm arose. The boy was raving from fever and continued so for days. Upon their arrival at Galveston they were kept two days in quarantine on his account. He is feeling much better now and un less the sudden change of climate af fects him is expected to pull through all right. Mr. Shaeffer and Mr. Hicks are both looking bronzed and weather beaten. Mr. Shaeffer Is thin and fragile-looking from the fever from which he was ill. He speaks highly of the country and says he intends to return there as soon as possible. He thinks it offers mag nificent advantages for the rapid ac cumulation of wealth In steamboating or coffee raising. He spoke of meet ing Will Mansfield, formerly a Burling ton engineer in this city. Mansfield has a coffee plantation which bids fair to make him a coffee k...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 11 July 1896

THS COURIER. THE WORLD C OiiiOilill0iKKIKIi It was a golden meet for Lincoln. The men wore yellow straw hats and yellow tan shoes. The ladles wore yel low dresses. The people rode to the races In yellow street cars. They were admitted to the grounds by yellow tickets. The programs were yellow. The. races were won and lost by men in yellow racing suits riding yellow wheels.. The prizes In the professional events were gold pieces, and in the amateur events gold watches. The bandmen were yaller, red-headed nagurs, but the music was decidedly off color. Everything was yellow and gold. But what is most surprising of all, the lemonade was yellow. The only thing silver that appeared during the two days races was when Joe Sul livan entered the one-half mile handi cap race all resplendant with smiles and effervescent with ambitious Joy, riding an elegant silver-finished wheel, and the way he scintillated around that track was a sight to behold. By a strange coincidence seventeen men started ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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