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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 3 December 1864

Lis: T-HI "E rK;;A: D -X 0 ,G A.T.E Kxcnan$ of Prionera of tn Kemamder by Sher- BaltIMOOT No?. 2ft. Tbtr Annapolb eorrespoodootoi the Baltimore' .4 mertcan ( teWrsrjbi thiaeveninff a follows:' Tho steamers II. Livingston and Wey bossethav arrived, with 1,246 paroled prisoners from Savannah. The captain of Xba II. Livingston reports that when la tailed on the 25th mat., the exchange of prisoner had eeaaed, Sherman having cut. off the railroad leading to Savanuih, and had, it was thought, reaehed all the balanee ot our men, aa he was only about ai hours march from the stockade when the men who arrived in the II. Livingston left there The rebels wore making great efforta to send the rent of the pris-cae.-a to Florida. - , From Frtrea3 Monroe. Arrh ThoKtiind Coming i All. Fortress Monroe, Nov. 24. The steamers .Atlaotie and Blackstone, mas ters Grey and Betry, arrived this morn ing in Hampton Roads, from the 3a. vannah River, Georgia, with 1,600 re leased Union prisoners' The rest of th...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 3 December 1864

T 11 J!i I'j L lv A U. V. .U JJ A 1 lli i r.-rrf--'", rat ttatta't imtAt Mum too Eerofula And Oarofulous Eive. fn mrg J&to, n mil known nerrhiut qf Ot i iwd. Maine. "t Iwro foi l Urpj qmr.ititi.' of you fl,iM,r. W.lA. but timr yet bottle wliWIi failed of tlia 4ftrn ctfcet an 4 mil snUsfsetloTi to tbosc who took rt. As ft ns oitrpoople trr H,tUy spre Itirrr has km o medicine like it teiore in our oeraainulty." Sruptiona, T Import, Blotches, Fustulcs.TO ttn, Goroa, and all Pfseaaos of the Bltin. frim Tier. Hoot. Stmtton, IHifof, Entjlnnd. " 1 only do mjr duty to yon mid th potilie, whra I M my testimony to tint yon puMlnii or the ino-n.-tnil Tirtuci of your 8 misapariU-a. My dwigli tcr, jfl ti. had Hi BlBirtln' humor In hrr e:ir, yes, and inlr for Ycsrs, which wo wrrs nn.iblo to eure nntll we ttW'your 8.w;s.tr.iiLL.t. Slis ns bc well for tone months." rrvm Urt. Jnn K. Hire, n trell-lnmrt nnit mwr- ttteemtJ Imty nf Dtnnitrillr, ( 'apt Mty Co., .V. J. ' My dsajrtiter h suffer?.! for...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 17 December 1864

1 fa S" IT- TERM $1 25 per Annum if paid in Advance xa., Satuuday. December I7t!i 1SG4 NO 19 fc.t-.iK, jwy Jo' win- mi www i A, it at 01. j inr back languidly in their well np. pointed barouches, and bound for the Park, were scarcely heeded, so busy were tuv thouuhts with the future. A i'cw hours and 1 should be lav nway, a few days, and Caroline Lcthbridgc and Edsrar Henley would have i-tartcd on life's voyage together, as prosperous and happy u young pair as ever determined to face the vu'ld, hide by side. Nor had I luu-jh ' Fiipsifl J'jus time on my hauda. One or two places I had tJ cull at, and afterwards 1 was engaged to an nn ! early dinner at my club with two or al : three of the oldest analyst cI my baoiic. lor menus, anxious, as ttiey saiu, to "see the last of me." My preparation f r ha'-'ng London were all but complete. My packing was done, and it had been settieu that my fathoi's old sorvaut, who was tho most punctual and .steady of men, should convey my effects to the ra...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 17 December 1864

THE ELK fhei.il, Miri-tmiWil, nnJ unlocked tin; llnol". a; !iiiwi;:ccl fo luo !n a grnlT whis l' ", "Omidu'l help myself, sir." Never mind said I, smiling, and np- ' fI myself to observing the newcomer, who sat down, uot opposite to mo, but in the middle partition, full in the glare ni' tin-lamp. In a Very short time 1 had as 1 thoiiLclit, iiken the measure of this nut very delightful fellow voyager, lie tin ajiiiin man, perhaps a year my hi'iiinr, sti-niii;1y liuilt, nml with ratlicr :i handsome lace, Sadly murrcd by. very wident traces of dissipation, lie wove a coat df sporting cut; a b!uo 'birds rye" nai I, with a horseshoe pin in it, ii'id a great dubious jewelry in the i-liapc of rings, watch chain mnl dang ling trinkets. '1'ho railway rug, that lay across the knees of his tight fitting ilrah trousers, was of a gaudy pattern, ellow and red. II is eyes were blond shot, his voico thick, nud he smelt very strongly ol bad tobacco and bad brandy. To all u poaran?c ho was abetting m...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 17 December 1864

PROFESSIONAL CAR T. T. A,R II A, MS A 1 1 o H ni t at Lav, LOCK 17 A VEX, PA. SOUTHER & WILLIS. Attorney's at Law, Ridgway Elk ty Pa., will attend to all profession business promptly. CIIAPIN & WILBUR. Attorneys and Counselors at Law, Ofiic in Chapin's Block, Ridgway Elk Co. Pa Particular attention given to collections nd all monies promptly remitted. Will lso practice in adjoining counties. ALSO, Brunch of tho National Claim Agency of Washington D. C, conducted by Harvey, Collins and rnce, for the prose cution beforcCongri-53, The Court of Claims . and the Depart ments of Government at Washington, D. f!., appli jntions for Tni a lid'a Widow's and Mothers Amiy Venione, Soldier's Claims for Bounty Money and Ar reara of Tay, 1'utenU, Bounty Imndi, extra Pay aud general claims ap.iinst the Govern ment or Departments thereof of whatever oharacter. Thoso veiling applications of ths above nntin-e will be promptly and ritis faetorily accommodated by applying to the bove named firm....

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 17 December 1864

rEW ADVERTISEMENTS Wr made the acquaintance recently, of a practical Oil operator from Oil Creek, who was slopping a tiny or so in tliia neighbor hood, lie asRtircd us flint every indication of Oil exists in I lie Clarion valley, an J gave it aa his bcliof that operations now going for ward at different points sn the Clarion, would devclope Petroleum in sufficient quantities to make Clarion River a formida ble rival of Oil Creek, for oleaginous fame. Tho recent discovery of so called Oil springs below this point, together with other facts brought to his notice on a tour of observation up the Clarion, convinced him that Petroleum exists in paying quan tities in tho valley of this stream. Wo understand that our friend made ex ertions to sccurosonio very desirably loca ted lands both on the Clarion and Elk Creek, for Oil purposes, but fyuud them already secured by local parties. We are aware of an intense excitement relative to real estate on our stream for oil purposes, from its sourc...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 17 December 1864

T II E ELK AD V 0 C A T E AN To inc'irpuvitc tha Clarion Sr.CTION 1. it i-n-t t.d f'-,' the K-ante find Jtoir. of 7'.yn utat'm of the VnmnmtirtuiJih i.f nn i-drtitiiu -n (Jncfil .1 ... nit ' o,vi V m hm-ty rmw ted by the nut!, "))'' vt'tht Thnt A. I. Wilcox, J. M. My do, Ui'.ri;j Rick in-f-on,N. . Lane, Nicliolas Rr--okw.iy, Henry JViu-lit iin-1 Rulol Rulufson, sliall lie nnJ they arc hereby nj pointed commissioners for thc purposes hereinafter men tioned ; that is to say : They or a majority of tlioin shall procure, rleu ami keep open, from time to time, and for such length ol time as tliey may deem proper, or until ten thousand dollars arc suhscrihed, ami no longer, & suitable book or books, and receive (subscriptions therein from all persons desiring to take stock in said company, to be incorporated in pursuance of said not; the form of said subscrip tions Miall be a; foilows, to wit : Wo, vhosc names arc hero unto tmbseribed, do severally proviso to pay to the Clarion River ...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 17 December 1864

T H E EL K A D V 0 C AT E 1UR TTOttl)a OIUAT REMTfY to PcTofula and Bcrofuloua Disonaca. JfXi. Emery fries, a iretld-nown merchant vf Ox ford Mahie. ' I linvr pdI.I 1nrro qiinutiiii n nf your RnAtv ..:.!. A, Imt xvYt f yirt one bottle wliirh fnilid of tlio in j eject find hill rmtinfaelitm to thono wlio tiok . A fMt t.n our wo j iU' try It, tliey nrreo thtTO lm u uo niL-di.-iiK1 like it before in uur community," . "utiona, Fimplos, Hlotohos, Pustules, Ul Ars, Saros, r.nj nil Disoftaea of tho Skin. mn licit. Halt. Stmt ton, Hrittol, Enctand. 1 only ilo my tint to you and tlio tiubllc, when M mv it'rummuy 10 inai you pumihu 01 iti mo- m il virtui't uf your S wtsuwiiiu-A. My dau My duuLli- i s, a:iil liiiir for yearn, whtrh wo wore umiMe to .i until wo trlol your HmATAIULLA. bho li;i8 ' - a wil for torn. months. " ""Ti Jfrf. Aif t tthe,fl treU Jtnntrn crnrl murft ( Urcmci huh of I tcnni-"ritle. Cape May Co., X.Jt Mv iliuq-htcf lias Pi.Tcruil fur n year p:it with a f . ifuloua rrtmtiyn,...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 24 December 1864

1 9 PROFESSIONAL CARDS ... T. T. A i"l"X"M87 Alt OKSIT AT La W LOCK HAYEK TA.' ". SOTJTHPR JP, WTT.T.TR Attorney's at Law, Ridgway Elk ton business Dromrttlv. , - CHAPIN & WILBUR. f Attorneys and Ooanselers at Law, OfRc ""hi Chapin'a Block, Ridgway Elk Co. Pa I oracular attention given to collections and alt monies promptly remitted. Will also praotice in adjoining counties. ' " J O l'fNGTiTL L ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kid gway Klk County Penna LAURIE J.BLAKELY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELREL AT LAW. St. Mary's, Elk County Pennsylvania DR.WT AMESBLAKELY St. Mary's, Elk 0unty Pa. DR. W. W. SHAW, I Practices Medicines fc Surgery Uentreviile i!lkJo., Pa. 1DR. J. S. B OR DWELL ? Eclectic -Physician, (Lately of Ifarren county Pa.) Wi'l promptly answer ell professional alls by night or day. Residenco one door East of the late residence of Hon. J. L. Gillis. D R. C. R. Earmja-, Kersey Elk Co., Pa. Will atteud to all calls July 21, 18(31. night or day. HOTEL CARDS. FRED. KORB'S, Eagle Hotel Luthersbur...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 24 December 1864

THE ELK ADVOCATE j i.i i ELK ADVOCATE .'rwinl thrj'rttt thrptnph's riyhtt maintain I'naued bi parly and unbribed by yain ; l7tr',7o Ih (o Truth, Liberty and .air, jVo furor tiraye vs and no fear Khali aire." J'ul 1 islicVl 7i vol y 'Saturday II I W. II .4 R RETT. Kidgway, Pa, Dec. 24 1864 "?,.M. l'ETTEN'OlLL & CO,' ADVi;nTii.NO A'.kxcy ll 9 Nassau St., New York and 1 0 State St., Boston N. M. PETTliNUlLL & Co., are tlic Agon is for the Ki.k Ahvocatk and tlic uwst influential and largest circulating Newspapers in the United Slates nnd the Canudas- they arc authorized to con tract lor us at our lowest rates. In Town. Quite a number of gen. tlcmcn from Philadelphia, Pittsburg, Joston Eric and New York, arc now in this place, anxiously looking for a chance to iuvest some of their spare "green lacks'' in this supposed rich oil territory. The attention of capital, ists is now being attracted in this direc tion, .and wo hope f that, the prop, crty holders about this place, as well ...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 24 December 1864

T HE ELK ADVOCATE AN To incorporate the Clarion jTION 1. Dc it enacted hv the Senate itnuwenlth of Pennsylvania in General Assembly vut, and it is herd; cncic- y authority of the tame. J nat A. ou, N. 1J. Lane, Nicholas Rtockway. Henry Raught and Ilulot Rulofson, shall le nd tycy arc hereby appointed commissioners for the. purposes hcreinalter men ione J ; that is to sav : They or n majority of thom shall procure, open aud keep ?eu, lVoni timo to time, and for such length ol tirao as they may deem proper, or rratil ten thousand dollars are subscribed, ihih: receive subscriptions tliereiu Irom all mnpany, to bo incorporated in pursuance ot said act; the form of said subscrip 'ions shall be as foilows, to wit : We, whose names aro here uuto subscribed, do erftilly.proniisc to pay to tlio Clarion River navigation company the sum of ten loflars for each and every share of stock set opposite our names, at such time and I n luch instalments as the managers of said company may require ; an...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 24 December 1864

THE ELK ADVOCATE "MTV"" This peculiar taint or iufoction which we call f;cnon:i.A lurks in the constitutions of multitudes of men. It cither produces or U produced by nn en feebled, vltintcd store of tlio Mood, wherein 213.1. Ks&i-1' vigorous tuition, uud -rSf iHlonvcs tho syrtcni to fall into disorder end decay. The scrofulous contamination is va riously caused by mercurial disease, low living, disordered digestion from unhealthy food, iinpuro nir. filth mid filthy habiW, tlio depressing vices, nnd, nhovc all, If tho Venereal infection. Whatever ho its origin, it U hereditary In the cnuMitutlor, descending "from parents io children unto the third and fourth generation ;" indeed, it nccms to he the rod of 1 iim who tuys. " I v, ill visit the iniquities of the fathers upon their Children." The diseases it oii;;;r.aU-3 take various names, according to the citiu-.s it Kttach.3, In the lmi;;s. Scrofula produce tubercles, mid finally Cimtuntpticti 'n the lands, swellings which ruppur...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 31 December 1864

PROFESSIONAL CARDS . A T T OR H B T. AI LA W . lock ha mr, , PA: SOUTHER & WILLIS. A t . . -.ruey s at jjaw, Ridgway llk cou ty ja., will attend to all profession vuBiuess promptly. CIIAPIN A WILBUR. Attorneys and Counselors at Law, Cffio l vnpin'IockT Ridgway EH Co. Pa Particular attention given to collections and ali monies promptly remitted.. Will ,But,u' m ""joining counties. JP.II.N G, HALL ATTORNEY AT T.ATtr Ridgvyay, Elk County Penna LAURIE J. BLAKELT, .ATTORNEY AND COUNSELREL AT LAW. StMarj's, Elk County Pennsylvania 'DZk.,W. JAMES BLAKELY St. JMary's Elk huny Pa. Tin., w. vtr sir aw Practices Medicines fc5urgery - uentreville RlKUo. l'a. DR. J. S DORDWELlT Eclectic Physician, (Lately of irarren county Pa.) Will promptly answer all professional alls by night or day. Residence one door East of the late residence of Hon. J. L. Gillis. DR. C. R. Co.,ra. night or day. Karlet, Kersey Elk Will attend to all calls Jnj 21, 1861. HOTEL CARDS. FRED. KORH'S. Eagle Hotel Luthereburg...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 31 December 1864

THE ELK ADVOCATE STM AY SHEEP. Camo to the premises of the mibscri J t:r, on or about the 1st; of November; :wo Ewes and 0110 Lutnb.. Tho owner i requested to come forward, provo )roperty,pay charge, anil take them .way or they will bo disposed of nccor- .'ling to law. . . ' 1 ..JKUKMIATl CALAIIAN. .. Vox township, Dee Ulst 1303. ' " Stray Cow. Came to the promises of tlic subseri icr in Ridgway township, Elk county, : n or about, llio 20th day of December, t black and w hite cow, wide bonis, about I or 5 years obi.' Tbe owner is reques ted to come forward, prove property, f jiy charges and take hdr away, or i he will be dippwed of according to law. ' TAT. CUNNING HAM." . Pec. 31st 1 804. Pd- $ 1,50 - 1 NOTICE : The annual meeting of tbe Stockholders of the iSbawnuit uid Ridgway Hail Road Company will bo held at their office, in Souther and lVUliVbuitdin.gr, iu Ridgway on the lid Monday of Jauuary A.D., 18(35, at 2 o'clock p. m.,. to chose a 13oard of Dircc. lore for tbe ensuing yea...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 31 December 1864
Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 31 December 1864
Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 4 February 1865

( I PROFESSIOgALCARDS LAURIE J. BLAKELY ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. ioVT, or Benzingcr P. O. Elk Co, Ta., T. T. A 1) K A 31 S , Attokney at Law LOCK IIAVEX, PA. sTunrERwiLLTs: Attorney's at Law, Ridgway Elk cou "tyl'a., will attend to all profession busiuess promptly. cTiapin & wEbur Attorneys aDd Counselors at Law, Offic in ChapiVn Block, Ridgway Elk o. Pa Particular attention given to collections and ah monies promptly remitted. Will also practice in adjoining counties. J O HlTGirATL7 ATTORNEY1 AT T a rrr Ridgway Klk County Pecna RW.JAMESBLAKELY, St. Mary's Elk Cbunty Pa. dr. w.isW. sifAw: Fracticea Medicines & Surgery Centre ville Klk Co. Pa. DR. J. s. B 0 R D WE LL Eclectic Physician, (Lately of ITarrcn county Pa.) Will promptly answer all professional Us by night or day. Residence one, door Last of the late residence of Hon. J. L. Gillis. aR. . R. Eari.ey, Kersey Elk Will attend to all call July 21, 1861. 'Co.. Pa. night or day. HOTEL CARDS. FOUNTAIN HOUSeT" JOIM O....

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 4 February 1865

T HE ELK ADTOC A T E Written for the Elk Co. Adeocate. PARTING. 11Y KMMA M. GROSS. 1 am sitting, where the twilight shades are flitting, And the memory of tlie past draws around mo like a spell Breatho tho Inst tones of tho nearest, the fondest nnJ tho dearest, Still withiu my car 5 a tremulous fare well, It is hard to think us parted-trusted- trusting-steel true hearted, Aud that many links umy crumble from the lengthening chain ol lime, Krc my lips may feci the pressing, or my hair the lijht caressing That have filled my soul with rapture and a lore almost sublime. Ah, our lines have twined together, like the viues iu sunny weather, And wo never thought to part until death should brcal- the chain With which golden love had bound us, wearing like a halo round us, Every thought and every feeling-grasping joys, ignoring paiu. Yet thouM gone ! Thy country calls thee. Factum's stormy cloud en. thralls thee, And I nevermore may look intothe blue depths of thine eyes Never hear the loved...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 4 February 1865

T II E ELK ADVOCATE 1350 , P. S. Luther, Ridgway 17321 ,T. H. Lawrence, Spring crock 50 "'.) O.K. Wilcox,' RidSway 310 23 AMOUNT duo from Cull, of Bounty nr Jonson, lionczettc o.u oi ".auani dcsocrircr. Jen,.inirer -j. John Koch, l ex Levi Kl'.lthorp, Highland Chuncy Clinton, " Jay Joseph llentsnieker, Jones Geo. I'M. Wcis, Ridjrwuy Martin Pen-in, Spring creek Jos. Wiulclder, St. Mary's 2,323 28 2H 1,355 :,3'5 2,785 !71 858 57 fitf 54 80 H2 56 Ii,Tho?e marked with a slur. Lavo tinee paid n portion of their duplicates. STATEMENT of the Assets and Lia bilitica of Elk county, on January 2d 1865. Assets: Amount of tax outstanding od Unsealed lands ? 5,263 00 do of tax duo from Coll. 1,952 69 do of " " bounty tax ' 21,052 00 do of Collectors 11,734 77 do from Sherff Hays 70 80 Total Liabilities. County orders outstanding Bounty do do Excess of Assets $40,072 S 400 '50,0:50 8,652 Total $40,072 70 P. TV. NAYS, Em., Sheriff of Elk Co. in account with said county for the year ending January ...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 4 February 1865

THE ELK ADVOCATE Tirs peculiar taint or Infection which wo call ScnoFrLA lurki in the constitutions of multitudes of men. It cither produces or is produced ly nn en feebled, vitiated state p"L of the Mood, wherein Jeft that lluid becomes in- Lpnmniilint in cuslnitl vinorous action, mid Jflciives the system to fall into disorder nnd decay. The scrofulous contnminntion is va riously caused by mcrcurinl disease, low living, disordered digestion from unhealthy food, impuro air, tilth, nnd filthy habits, the depressing vices, ond, above nil, by the vencmil infection. Whatever be its origin, it is hereditary in the constitution, descending " from parents to children unto the third nnd fourth generation ;" indeed, it cems to be the rod of Him who says, "i will visit the iniquities of the fathers upon their children." The diseases it originates take various names, according to the organs it iittncks. In the- lungs, Scrofula produces tubercles, nnd finally Consumption j in the glands, swelli...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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