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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 13 November 1884

The Tribune F. M.&E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. SUBSCRIPTION : $2 PER YEAR . INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. THE political situation up to the time of our going to press , to-day , u * remains unchanged and undecided. The official canvass of the vote in New York state is not yet complete , or at least no report has been made by the Board of Canvassers , and until the vote in that state is finally settled , the election will be in doubt , although it looks very much like "hoping against hope. " THE 49th Congress will stand 186 democrats and 139 republicans , a dem ocratic majority of 47 , instead of seven ty-five as at present. In the South , Hahn , of Louisiana , Smalls , of South Carolina , and three members in Ten nessee , two in Virginia and one each in Maryland and West Virginia are re publican. Morrison is re-elected ; so are Carlisle , Hewitt , Hiscock , Phelps , Belmont - mont , Randall , Curtin , Reagan , Spring er , andHolinan. Bee. THE sudden and unexpected outbreak o...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 13 November 1884

te The Tribune Thursday , November 13 , 1884. TO OTTB ADVERTISERS , 37"All locals under this head ut the rule of lOc. for unit insertion , and lie. porllnuforcitch subsequent Insurtion , mid sutiiu will hu run until ordered out , unions tlino IK Hpcclllcd. Job work Bjiot cash , tjtiitcinouta willjbo pre sented at the end of each month. CONGREGATIONAL.-Sunday School at 10 A. M. every week. Preaching sorvlccs every Sunday riljjht ut 7.80. M. T. Alflo , every alter- imto Sunday morning at 11. M. T. Exceptions to the nbovo will be noticed In locals. OKOIIOE DUSOAN , rnstor. METHODIST. Services every other Sunday morning at 10.30 , M. T. , and evening at 8 , M. T. Sunday School every week atSJJO , il. T. Ser vices held In Opera Hull. Hull.N lUim.Er , Pastor. CATHOLIC. Services will be held In the Opera Hall once ovcry four weeks. JOSKPH CLEIIY , Pastor. L O. G. T. The Independent Order of Good Templars meet in the Congregational Church ovcry Tuesday evening. Local Intelligence. KETCHUM. ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 13 November 1884

OF SHIPS. I saw a ship go sailing : down The harbor yesterday , * And balf tbo little fishing- town Stood on the rooks BO buro and brown , To watch it sail away. While tokens fluttered on tbo land , And 'kerchiefs from the sea Were waved by many a friendly hand To loving faces jon the land , But none was waved to mo. My ships have sought a distant shore With all their precious freight , And nevermore , uh , nevermore , Will they bring back what hence they bore To me who stand und wait. But some time I shall sot my sail And pass to that fair clime Whore all my vessels , strong or frail , Are anchored safe from every gale , Are anchored for all time. Yes , some time I shall go to them Who como no more to me. The raving ocean I shall stem And reach the Island like a gem * That rises from the sea. - And then farewell to all the past , - Farewell to all despair , , * When I shall greet ray ships atlast. That riding safely through the blast Have reached the landof prayer. Of what is toil ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 13 November 1884

BAD SOUTTTEIttf ULOOD. Which , JJclng FttlljArotifcd , Reiultt in a Slaughter. A New Iberia special to a New Or t' , % leans paper says : Judge Fontellcu and clgbt or ten others left bcrc on Uio morning of the 2d for Larcanvlllc , Faussc Point , this parish , to hold a political meeting In the Interest of Kellogg. After the crowd assembled a disturb ance was created by persons hallowing "Hur rah for Gray. " Joe Guilfoux rushed to the scene of trouble and was fired at , the ball pass ing through his hat. He returned the fire and at that moment there was a general row , and Captain Bell , a prominent sugar planter and a f t democrat , Joe Girilfonx , the leading Gray mun , I" ' and Oliver Uonttc , colored , a KellogB supporter ter from New Iberia , were killed outright. The teL wounded , as far as known , are Jules Mcstayer , republican candidate for sheriff , who last spring had his thigh broken , ex-sheriff L. Vea- tor , shot twice in the abdomen , and about a dozen others slightly ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 13 November 1884

HURRAH for BARGAINS J- * ' TH E y Chicago General Store < h. * > & , CHEAPEST & BEST SELECTED STOCK OF Dry Goods , Milling Hats and Gaps , Boots & Shoes , Clothing , Carpets , Groceries , TO BE FOUND WEST OF OMAHA and LINCOLN * * At Prices That Can't be Beat. * * * * * * V * * r1fV VT * * vrMW a < * J < Ottoman Silk , Brocade , Reps , Seal Plush Cloaks SLENDID FEINTS , 20 Yards for . $1.00 FINE DRESS GOODS , . from 5c. up CRASH TOWELING , . 5c. and Upward FINE LINEN TOWELS , . . lOc. and Better < HANDKERCHIEFS , . 3c. Better Ones at 5c. and lOc. LADIES' CLOAKS , . from $2.50 up to $75.00 IN LADIES' CORSETS. ; . We Defy Competion AT ASTONISHINGLY Low FIGURES , A Bonus 10 Yds. Calico. Let every one who visits or lives in McCook , visit the Chicago General Store before purchasing elsewhere theii Winter Goods , and Ibe convinced that the above named Store is first-class and true in all respects in weights and yards . We shall continue for sixty days to give a ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 20 November 1884

' vf H jfr / . ' " " 4 McOooK WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME III. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , NOVEMBER 2O , 1884. NUMBER 25. * $ BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ? f UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE McCook , Nebraska. Q. L. LA7TO , SsBicisr. C. T. SABCOCS , Eceelnr. OFFICK Houns : From 9 A. 31. to 12 M. , and 1 to 4 P. M.t mountain time. J. E. COCHRAN , ATTORNEY AT LAW , HeCOOE , BED VTILLOW COUlirT , USE. 'Prnctico In any Courts of the stale and Knn pas , and the government Land Ollice of this District , and before the Lund Department at Washington. Satisfaction jruanintccd , and terms reasonable. Ofllco 1st door south of the * , U. S. Land Olllco. 3-28. I- Ig. T g. JENNINGS & STARBUCK , ATTORNEYS AT LAW , McCooK , - - NEBRASKA. Wilt clve special attention to the practice of law , * and waklnir collections. C37-Offlce SeconUbldcInorth of de.wt , 2 doownortli Grcea'a drug store. 3-SW. PAGE T. FRANCIS , I COUNTY SURVEYOR , * Red Willow County Keeps certified plats of all lands in the ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 20 November 1884

THE TEIBUNB. F. M. & E. M. K13IMKIX , Fob * . McCOOK , NEB NEWS OF NEBRASKA. THE NEW SUUCEON. Among the recent changes which have taken place on the Union Pacific road , says the Omaha Republican , Is that occasioned by the resignation , sixty days ago , of-Dr. 8. D. Mercer , chief surgeon of the medical department. His successor has now arrived and will assume his now duties on the 15th inst. , the date on which Mr. Mercer's res ignation was to take effect. The new chief surgeon is Dr. Oscar J. Ffeiffer , of Boston a young man between 25 and 80 years of age , a graduate of the Harvard medical school anc for two years In the Massachusetts general hospital at Boston. It is designed within a very short time to remove the headquarters of this department to Denver , that being con sldered tbo most advantageous location from which to operate the various branches of the road , as it IB about cqul-dlstant from Omaha Ogdcn and Kansas City , and the central poini of the Colorado system. ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 20 November 1884

BEATS HER OWIfXlNE. She Famous Hone Maud 8. Maleea a aille in 8:001-4. Loxlneion ( Ky. ) dispatch : The day was bright for November. At f bo track there was a largo gathering of the very best people In tbo blue grass region , among them hundreds of church-goers and several divines. A placard was conspicuously posted on the ffrandstand , "No bcttlngallowod. " The Judges and timers wore Major H. 0. McDowell , Col. B. West and W. H. Wilson. In the opposite stand was Mr. Donncr , General J. Z. Itobln- sou ; L. F. Broadband , Richard Anderson and Hamilton Dusby. The conditions were : Mnud 8. to beat her own record of 2:09J : for a cup offered by Woodburn farm , where she was prcd. Balr Jogged her around the track , went to the bead of the stretch , came down and nodded for the word. Not a single mistake was made , and It will bo difficult to imagine a I rnoro superb spectacle than the ono presented by the noble animal assho camointo fullviow I of the expectant throngs on the grand stand ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 20 November 1884

The Tribune F. M. & E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. SUBSCRIPTION : $2 PER YEAR INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. Thanksgiving Proclamation. The year now drawing to a close has been freighted with blessings in abundant measure to the people of Nebraska. The conditions that move tne human hear to thankfulness surround us upon every hand The glad songs of peace and plenty go u from tbo happy homes of a prosperous am contented people. Thursday , November 27th , has been designated by the President of th United States as a day of National Thanks giving , and in harmony therewith , I , JAME W. DAWES , Governor of the State of Nebras ka , do hereby recommend to the People o this State that the day so appointed bo observ cd as a day of Thanksgiving and Prayer t Almighty God In humble acknowledgment o His continued mercies. "Enter Into his gates with thanksgiving , am into his courts with praise ; bo thankful unt him and bless his name. " Let the voice of praise and thank-offering bo heard ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 20 November 1884

The Tribune * 4 Thursday , November 20,1884. TO OUR ADVERTISERS. f3TA\l \ locals under this head at the rnto of lOc. for ilrflt Insertion , and Co. porllnuforcnch HUbsoquont Insertion , nnd euuio will bo run until ordered out , unions time Is Bpecilled. Job work spot cash. Statements will bo pre- Hontcd at the end of each month. CONGBEQATIONAL.-Sunday School at 10 A. M. every week. Preaching services every tiundny night at 7.30. M. T. Also , every alter nate Sunday morning ut 1 ] , M. T. Exceptions to the above will bo noticed in locals. GKOJIOK UnuGAN , Pastor. METHODIST. Services every other Sunday morning nt 10.UO , M. T. , and evening at 8 , M. T. Sunday School evert' week at 3.80 , M. T. Ser vices held in Opera Hall. AI.TKN DAiiTLEr , Pastor. CATHOLlC.-ScrvIccs will be held Jn the Opera Hall once every four weeks. JnsEi'ii C&EHY , Pastor. I. O. G. T. The Independent Order of Good Templars meet in the Congregational Church every Tuesday evening. * Local Intelligence. KETCHUM...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 20 November 1884

xuaixaa OFAN OCTOGENARIAN. [ Written for thtrDotrolt Free Press by a man 83 years old. ] Llko to an oak upon the mountain top Whoso crown is eoro with ago , I stand Among : the younger folks or later years , A "tblnklnjr rain , " and as , time unfolds My lengthened life to view Jn retrospect , My spirit wakens irio to solemn memories. I do remember much of childhood's joys. And how the hours and weeks and months Did glide away "with down upon their feet ; " "When hope and expectation grew apace , And all the future glowed -with mellow light. Ambition fired my young heart , lending Imagination wings , and , joining hands , Wafted my vision toward untried fields , And painted , wlib golden tints , the hill-tops Of ideal bliss. Illusions thus beginning Follow through all the stages of our lives. Forever on the wing , the years glide fast , Weaving , with watchful eye , the web Of life ; itself a mystery stupendous , Mocking man's impotence of its solution. Jndulprcnt Heaven 1 beneath t...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 20 November 1884

SWEET CALX , WE NEED THEE. Now the florco election's over And we'll BOttle down to peace , Fill up the copper boiler Give ttio gearing lota of grenso. Send tbo r.ows across the ocean , Send the newt afar and wide For America's In clover And upon tbo peaceful slide. Now tbo clouds of bitter scandal They are banished out of sight ; Drath unto the ruthless vandal Who would drag them into light. Lnt's support the victor bravely Whether yes or whether no , We voted for or 'gainst him In the great politic throe. throe.Chicago Sun. IlVlf JDOlt'ff AT LAST. A 1'osial TJilff Captured by a Government Vetcctlee in Zc3farii Saturday Evening After a Year's Search. * „ LcMars ( Iowa ) Globo. A man giving the mime of diaries J. Santy came to this city about six weeks ago and obtained employment with C. Corkcry , the livery man , as a carriage painter , at which work he has been en gaged ever since. He was accompanied by Jiis wife and two children , and they went to housekeeping in the building form...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 20 November 1884

h Chicago General Store , CHEAPEST & BEST SELECTED STOCK OF Uljf uUuub ; Iflllll Boots & Shoes , Clothing , Carpets , Groceries , TO BE FOUND WEST OF OMAHA and LINCOLN. At Prices That Can't ' .be Beat. Ottoman Silk , Brocade , Reps , Seal Plush Cloaks SLENDID PRINTS ; 20 Yards for . $1.00 FINE DRESS GOODS , . . . from 5c. up ' CRASH TOWELING , . 1 . 5c. and Upward FINE LINEN TOWELS , . lOc. and Bettor - HANDKERCHIEFS , . 3c.Better Ones at 5c. arid lOc. LADIES' CLOAKS , . from $2.50 up to $75.00 IN LADIES' CORSETS . We Defy Competion AT ASTONISHINGLY Low FIGURES- , A Bonus 10 Yds. Calico. 'Let every one Tdio visits or lives in McCook , visit tlie Chicago General Store "before purchasing elsewhere their Winter Goods , and be convinced that the above , named Store is first-class and true in. all respects in weights and yards . "We shall continue for sixty days to give a bonits of ' . ' * ' Ten Yards of Calico to every Cash Turcliaser bf"Ten'Dol lars worth of goods , outside of ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 27 November 1884

* ' " McOooK EKLT TRIBUNE. t ? ' # ' % : VOLUME III. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , NOVEMBER 27 , 1884. NUMBER 26. BUSINESS DIRECTORY , UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE MeCook , Nebraska. a. L. LAW8 , Zoziiter. C. r. BAECOCE , Hocohcr. OFFICK Houns : From 9 A. M. to 12 M. , and 1 to 4 P. M. , mountain time. J. E. COCHRAN , ATTOKNEY AT LAW , MeCOOH , BED WILLOW COU1TI7 , HZB. Practice In any Courts of the state and Kun- BIIB , and the jfovcrnment Land ODlco of this District , and before the Land Department at Washington. Satisfaction guaranteed , and terms reasonable. Ofllcc 1st door south of the IT. S. Land Office. 2-i8. ! JENNINGS & STARBUCK , ATTORNEYS AT LAW , McCooK , - - NEBRASKA. give special attention to tlie practice of law , and making collections. tSyOfflce Second block north of depot , 2 doors north Green's drug store. 2-22. PAGE T. FRANCIS , COUNTY SURVEYOR , Red Willow County. Keeps certified plats of all lands in the Hitchcock land district. Special at...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 27 November 1884

THE TKIBUNE. F. BT. & E. JO. McCOOK , * i. . NEB NEBRASKA. INVESTIGATING CHOOKEDNESS. It is under stood , says the Omaha Herald , that the United States grand jury is investigating alleged crookedness In the sale of the Otoo Indian reservation in southern Nebraska lost Dccora- liur. ho claim is made tl/at / by collusion be tween certain bidders and officials the Indians , for whoso benefit the reservation was sold , were defrauded out of 840,000. It is Alleged that a ring was formed , and when desirable sections of land were offered the agents ran the priceSiUp to whatever figure was neces- eary to drive off other bidders , and fraudulent entries were made on the auctioneer's books. Thus , for Jnstancewhen the agent of the ring secured a Section at $30 an acre , the clerk would mark it down at § 10 , and the latter price , being- the official record , was used in computing the payments. Eight or ton wit nesses have already been examined , and suffi cient evidence obtained to sho...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 27 November 1884

OFFICIAL VOTE OF THE STATE OF NEBEASKA , CAST NOVEMBER 4 , 1884. I. - < THE CATTL.E Review of the Wealth Represented Itij Dele gates Thereto. The committee on permanent organization of the St. Louis Cattlemen's convention , pre sented the name of Gov. Routt , of Colorado , for permanent chairman ; Gen. Curtis , of New York , first vice-president , and one vice-presi dent from each state and territory represented ; Maj. A. G. Atwater , of St. Louis , secretary. An idea of the enormous vrealth represented by the delegates to the convention ma } " be gained from the following reference to a part of the companies and associations that have sent delegates , the statement being obtained from officers of the various companies. The larcrcst and richest association in the country perhaps is the Texas Live Stock association of Texas , which extends nearly all over the state and embraces in its membership a large number - ber of the members of fourteen , of ivhat are Icnown as district asso...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 27 November 1884

The Tribune F. M. & E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and. Publishers. SUBSCRIPTION : Sa'PER YEAR INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. Sterling ( Colo. ) News "thinks that the loss will be largo on the range on account of the great destruction of winter feed by fire. THE turn things have taken , among prominent Republicans , since the elec tion , is to be most sincerely regretted and deprecated. Suffice it to say that we have been defeated. Let the dead bury the dead. EARTHQUAKES are getting shock ingly common down in New England this fall , and the people are waxing very tired. They talk about circulat ing a monster petition inviting the mugwumps to go west. They do no exactly say that the mugwumps cause the earthquakes , but they yearn to try the experiment of doing withou them for a few weeks to see whether the earth will settle down while they are absent. IT is a melancholy reflection that Dakota gave sixty thousand republi can majority at the recent election of a territorial delegate. It shows how...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 27 November 1884

The Tribune Thursday , November 2 . 1884. TO OUR ADVERTISERS. 130"All locals under tills head at the rate of lOo. for first Insertion , and Cc. per line for each Subsequent insertion , and same will bo run until ordered out , unless titno IB specified. Job work spot cash. Statements will be pre sented at the and of each month. CONGHEOATIONAL.-Sunday School at JO A. M. every week. Preaching services every Sunday night at 7.80. W. T. Also , every alter- mite Sunday morning : at 11 , M. T. Exceptions to the above will bo noticed in locals. GKOUQK DUNCAN , Pastor. METHODIST. Services every other Sunday morning at 10.80 , M. T. , and evening at B , Jl. T. Sunday School every week at 3.JW , M. T. Ser vices held in Opera Hall. ALLKX BAKTLEY , Pastor. CATHOLTC.-Servlcea will be hold In the Opera Hall once every four weeks. JosKPit OLEKY , Pastor. I. 0. O. T. The Independent Order of Good Templars meet in the Congregational Church every Tuesday evening. VI LOGS ! Intelligence. KETCHUM. Graha...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 27 November 1884

11LK OLD HOMESTEAD. 'Twos when the sunset flushes Glided the dear old homo , . . & „ t " ' eolcmtf * * te * "When twilight's husHes Dodo holy memories come. Wo lingered , fondly turning : Toward the spot wo lovca BO well , "VVliu stfd and tender yearnlnprr ' To say our last farewell. No more for us tbo garden And love wrca het } rooms to roam , Tlio Btranircthere. . Is'warden. No. no , 'tis hot.h&borne ! ; . * * , It hatli no memories bringing- ; For him Joy kin to pain , . For him no echoes rinKin ? t Shftll'bHnK'tho * loyea again. * r-v > , * " - * * V * * * * * * . i ' Sweet nomo. flcir home , o'crflowlng1 * SVith precious memories , - Not Ufa In all Its going Shall bring more blest than these. 1 ' f. " < 5 " A dear , bright plcture.cver , * " As then , when sunset fed , Youth glided , thou < forever We'll love : sweet homo , farewell. DINAH'/.TWKEY. AUNT . . Detroit Free Press. Aunt Dinah was very short and very fat. In fact so obese was she that when she waddle...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 27 November 1884

XJIS HEAVENS. A CaH on the Ftunily ofHeut. Orcely. A pleasant call on Lieut. Greely nnd family at the house of a relative has be- ffuiled the darkness of au autumn storm The gentleman , so famous , was sitting as restfully at a window overlooking Summer street as if his eyes had never been darkened by the polar nicht. : Mrs Greely , the "Henrietta' " for whom the explorer named his new glacier in Grin- nell Land , is a lady of tall and graceful mien , with black eyes and raven hair. Her voice is musical and low , as is that of her husband when ho discourses in an informal way on the scenes of tlio high latitudes. Their little girls , An toinette and Adola , adorn this home picture of the reunited family. His ex planation of the spiral motion of the "midnight sun" solved a problem that 3.3 imagination could not * picture , nor the artist hand of Bradford trace , in his paintings of polar regions. Jn speak ing of the colors that adorn the long day , ho described the appearance ol the ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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