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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 June 1890

I'XuJJ ilDVOCATIl 5 THK ItONIlK!) WARKHOt'SK. Section 1 of tho act of March It, 1877, provides that every landed warehouse fthn.ll lo under tho control of tho collector of internal revenue of the district in which it is located, and that it Khali )n in the joint custody of the government storekeeper and the Irf)ri'tor thereof; tho warehouse nhall Im) securely locked, and ahull at no tinio ho unlocked! or opened or re main open except in the presence of such storekeeper or other person who may ho designated to act for him It would undouhtedly constitute an interesting if not startling chapter of statistics if the tnith were known con cerning the violations of those re quirements of tho law. There, could he nothing easier than for a warehouse door to ho left un locked and wagon loads of the lond ed liquor carted away to he sold bo- fore the tax is paid, or rather hefore an equivalent is rendered for the IN) cents per gallon ad ranee, which tho owner has heen using freoof charge. Is it...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 June 1890

ItAlSE TUB STANDARD. On Sunday, Juno 1, IBM, tho lZuf,chion JVciri piaWifihwl a commu nication from W. W. Admire, villian onfly falsifying our national presi dent, L. L. Polk, and exhibiting a motional spirit entirely unwarranted and utterly unjustifiable by (dinting conditions. Mr. Easley infonnn uh that thin articlo was published during hi absence, and that ho does not n provo of its contents or of that sys torn of warfare. Wo make thin ex planation in justice to Mr. Kasloy, and from his personal assurance wo ox poet to nee n different jwliey inaug urated and pursued by tho Neun dur ing tho campaign. It will afford iw unbounded aatisf action to find ono thoroughly republican journal com petent and willing to discuss tho is sues of tho coming campaign calmly, dispassionately and intelligently, and without any of tho cheap and vulgar witticisms, falsehood and vilifica tions that have characterized tho re publican press up to this time. Thero in no way to meet such things except to g...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 June 1890

7 I'OMLTII OK JILY. Kvory ppookor, cither within tho ranks or in nyrnpathy with tho alli ance, in besicM with invitations to RpoAk lit allinrico guthorinH on tho 4 Ih of July. Tho supply in fur nhort of tho demand. There is therefore an excellent opportunity to develop homo talent. It in of ton thoeuso that nn allianco contains men ami women ho can speak as sensibly ami point edly as any speaker who might ho had from a dihtanco. If thoso alli ances, which havo failed to Hocuro a speaker were to mnko up a program from material in their own ranks they might make tho day a decided success, llriof speeches interspersed with songs and recitations from tho children, theso aro within reach of all. MKKTIXH AT (OUJMIUS, ('IIKICDKKK (l)i:.TV. L. L. Polk And Knlph Ueaumont. will speak at Columbus, Chorokoo county, .1 uly .'1, lH'.H). A great gather ing is anticipated. Lot evoryltody in Cherokeo and snrrounding coun ties turn out and hear these great leaders who represent tho two most toworful ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 June 1890

'rnn advooaos. WASHINGTON. S'hLiI ami Krimomle Tnlni n at. the. Na tional ChjiIUI, NO. IV. It has often been rare sport for Merry Monarch ami their reveling companions to masquerade as servants anl wait upon their own attendants. Tho prince of Wales and hit boon companions, satiated with their ordinary round of pleasure seeking, sometimes rig up t!iIr body umanta in tho toggery of royalty, put on the servants' livery and for a day or an evening go through tho solemn farce of serving every want or whim of their make bcllovo masters. Something quite akin to this frolicsome proceeding In bo- coming an established custom in Waah ingtoo life. In all our largo cities (and tho capital city of our prosperous repub lic Ih no exception) there nre, dally and hourly, people who are nick and slowly dying of starvation. Not that they may not have, hread of Home kind, and pos sibly potatoes, iH-caHionally meat, Home, time cold victuals, and perhaps tea or beer to sustain flagging energies, but all...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 June 1890

TEEES ADVOOATI1 A fHAnYIt KUt KVKHV AMERICAN TO read. Tho M)vt'r to make nil laws, in tin United States, in In thi' will of the Indi vidual citi.en, wo expensed by tin' bal lot, and nmy elect any citi.en to repre. Hi nt his w ill in the matter to In loiHlutod iHn, iind CongrcMH in tins representative of the whole body of citizens. When ii nuijority of the citizens ho r'p resented mart a law, Its observance must be binding upon every citizen. When legislation in guided by wisdom and ex perience, the lawn mo made are generally good. For the guidance of legislative matter the citizens collectively framed it consti tution, with h in tho organic law. Section 8 of our constitution among other things empowers Congress to coin money, regulate the value thorn if and of foreign coins, and tlx tho standards of wclpjhtrt anil measures. To make all lawH which may lo necessary and proper for carrying into execution the foregoing powers, etc, Among other things it wan found no. ceHsary to have mon...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 June 1890

4 10 SU'SS' INTKItVIKW. T'.i" Mt KluUy FihikI him! Ki'imMIntii ItnjMu- ullilllty. Wichita Kaul, May 'J). Our contemporary, the lh'imcrnt, ! chres Unit tho ;rwiti'ht surprhio of any thing connected with tho Sluss interview win the EnyWd failure to make any 'iU torial referonco to It. Ah the same sug gestion liHH reached tin from two or three other quarters wo will rnllKhtea their Ignorance and at tlio huiiio time relieve their evident misconception if owdbe. The Eagle1 h estimate and belief wan, and Is, that the, lntervIow"spoko for itself. That Interview had no uncertain sound. Its language was plain, its conclusions unmistakable, and both accorded with the woll known political life and sentiments of the man who uttered them. Wo saw nothing more inconsistent In the views, aa expressed by Judge Shiss as a repub llcnn, than were the protection Ideas and principlofi inaintained by Samuel Itandall afl a democrat. No man ever questioned Kendall's democracy, no more can the republicanism ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 June 1890

Hiitler County (iimfnilxii. Kditok Advocate: The Butler County Alliance a ml Knights of Labor met in delegato convention at AuguMta, Kan., June t5, 181H). 0. W. JoneH, presl dent of the county alliance, called order and prceled with temporary organiza tion, which reunited hi follows: O. W. Jouch, prcHident; D. L. Devor, secretary. Tho president appointed the necivwary lommiUecx, ami whllo thry were doing their work tho convention wan cnter tainsl with mjmh Iich from Brother Wright, of Providence, ami Brother P.J. IlawH, of Lincoln, which were full of wit anil humor. l. W. Jones and Ben. Hodgln "brought down the house" with pure, unadulterated alliance Hongn. Tho committee on permanent organi zation reported an follows: For president, VV. II. Kiddle; for secretary, K. C. Klce. On motion tho rejiort wan adopted. Tho committee on credential reported 171 delegates Two or three Hub alli ances only were without representation. Tho reports of all tho committors wero adopted without diHcuns...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 June 1890

HrTCHiNHO.N, Ivan., June 2, 1H0O. llnjTOJc Aovocatk Th following r ( ulutlorm, with others of a like sentl nrjit, were piwiindby McPherson County Vomers' Alliance, at 1 tn meeting on liny 17th: Riviolvcd, That we. members of Mcl'hor ttun County Fanners' Alliance, declare our h vt indi'i.t ri'.l.'iii American citizens, freo f,o ntso our mil tag independent of party faction, that wo tuny thereby bo t)io moro nmo to got our rights, as not forth in tho St. I'jnuis resolution. Kijiiolvod. 'J' 1 1 it wo will HiiMrt no ninn for ollleo who iH set-kimr olllen either in or out .f tho alliance, and that wo will not mi p. lort any man who accept a nomination from Acy of tho old parties. Ucwdved, That wo endorse tho action of tho county alliance presidents at Topeka, in opposing tho re-election of Honator Iiigalls. A. F. Wai ciii, President. H. lU'f'KMAN, Secretary. Dt'M.Ai', Kan., Juno 22, 1H!H). Editor Advocatk:-- llro. Van K I 'ra ther closed his week's work In Morris county hint night with a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 June 1890

13 C7FICIAL C3r.r.0TCr.Y. XATIOiVAT. ffAIUIitrwT AIXIANCE AND IMDt.JXUIAL UNIO.V. I'reiMent K K Folk, Washington, H. 0. Vlrl'rriideat..,.U. II. Clover famhild.sn, Kan. Hccrclary ,J. 11. Tureer, WaahliiKtim, D. J. TreAinrer II. W. tlcknmn, l'uxtco, Mo. Lrturrr Hen. Terrell, ViVihlntton D. 1J, Kitsrditm LVmicii-Tluee years- It. A. lVty, Mn;cn, iiis. 1 wo yours Isaao Meinckon, Ark. One year K.van Jones, Dublin, 'I'm. totouivs CoMwittU.-;. W. McCunn, Wah ln ,;loa. l. 0. i Aloiuo WarJall, Huron, &ulh Da kota; J, Y. IIUjsuii, 1'aluvMo, Term. XAH3AS rAItMUIUT AI.UANCIC AND INDUSTRIAL UNION. I'rttiMeut II. If. Clover, Cambridge, Kn. Vlcn-1'rei.tdcU W. II. Ithhllo, AuKUnla, Kan. HecreUry J. II. French, ltuU hlmon, Kan. Treasurer II. Itutielinun. lHrrton, Kan. Chaplain J. I. WoKt, l'attorsou, Kan. lecturer A. K, Dickinson, Mertden, Kan. ass't Lecturer.... Van It. I'rutlirr, Noutral, Kan. Doorkeeper J. K. Williams, llentley, Kail. An t lJoorkeeper..,A, W. Taylor, Newton, Kan. MerK'tutrArrn...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 June 1890

OVFiCIAL. To tin' mb Alliance- In Um ntatr of Kan-ia : BubWt for couiilJofition anJ dlucua mWi No. 4 Wr. members of the Farm urn t.ntl Laborers' AlUflnco of Kunnns. favor h'i Immediate Rinemlriiant to the Mil tea Jr'iateH oonatitutlon, requiring United MUUsa euatora to be elected by a direct vi.t'j of the toorla. and hereby inntru t the litfl.ihtlvo connnUteo of our order to work for the same, tiublwt No. 6 -The cumulative tax plan of W. V. Marshall, Hanta Fe, Kan m'.ft, Home dlm'Uauion of which baa beei hal in the i;.atern. but which lira Mar uhall will more fullv explain. Thla will o ,eu un the eubioct of taxation, a very Important one, and before Jlnluhing it jx-raapa we shall nna out wuy me larm crs who forty years ago owned three fourths of the wealth of the country now own Iohh than one fourth yet pay four flffiiH of the tax oh. The sub-alliance lecturorn will please to ee that the subjects pertaining to Winhtioii are urooerlv (liHcussod and acted upon and a rejfort mint to M....

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 June 1890

For Handmade Farm Harness A Mill rM OSCAB KRAUSS, Jobber and Manufacturer ol taddlnry Goodi H. 224, Kanm Aenu, Topeka, Kamat. f M't- il attention L'lvrri to mall r.l.-i. law r small, tor iinytlilniflii I hp Hup of SaddWy, lean er, SVax,Ttm;ad, NppiIIi 'I. Awls, pIp. Mato what you want and I ftiritli-.il plKi'M. IMPittlon AlVOt AIK.J D. TH3S. LOSS, U. D., Srrsa. omen and private hoKpltil, MHJ Kaiina Ave. 'lojuki. i to JO a. in., tli.wiiM-s of tlx1 l'-y "d Kar; 10 ;i. in. to M in., Ikformitlp; a to 4 . " lltciist'N o( Woiiipii and Howry. Will vUll any part of tln( ponnty to opprato, n.v hlHt or counoll with any lixal anil rrpuLahlP phy slplan. I'atipnt comliiK to thu i-lty f.r tn-al-inpiit will dint 'xcflli'iit private or puhllo liospl til lUTominiHl.itlon. All porrrHiMindpiiPO prompt ly aimwprpd. It E. STSfGFELLOW, WIloIPNillO ItilIlT la Stationery, Notions and Fancy Cools, ALL KINDS OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES, Sju'clal attention given to orders by mall. "Writo for Priooa. 1G14 Main St.. KAN...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 25 June 1890

( A ? NOIJNI'ICM ICNT, X ktU-nn Jliooti ('oiriiiy (In4oriort4trd) Nw York., ( urlniiitll, CM4 tt(i. TIi'i American PiMik company aa leially Livrporrttod tttork company, and iU plucrH 1 1 LuitUnmn are New York, Cincinnati and C2iinu;o. The rorupnny in oryunied in the luJiirui.t of ifreutef economy to the iulln'ln)r uvl lower ricoM to the committer. lhno vi Ul htf, no advance in prima, no restrictions, tjv attempt at auytl lii; irtcoinpatibU with r j L4t.t iriUiw of the educational puLIio. Kverythinx will to done openly and above board, uniltlia utrnoet care will be taken to hum any action that will impair puMio oori iV.ce. The company Kan purchaited tint Hchool Look putdicntiou heretofore lnnued by I). Apgdetou Jl Co., A. H. linnies A Co.. Ivikou, L..iVtman A Co.. ilurpor A Uron., Van Ant. werp, litax A t o., and will hereafter fur Li.ili thoui to tlio public at the lowest priced at which auy tiimfUr books can pomdbly ho purchiid. Jiy the connolidiitioii of thwie interests un d,r 011...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 July 1890

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Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 July 1890

r T2-XB ADVOOATS. hT-CONJ) CONJRFSMmL DISTRICT. The rait central , reiinlonal district of Kansui l.j uudo u; f nine- counties, which, alphabetically i , -imged, urn Al U n, Anderuon, Bourbon, i.bughu, Frank lin, Jo;pt)l).:? Liuu, Mi:. I unl "Jyn-jn-dottee. Amuylwlth r" fneo t; h'g idativo dlfjtjr ids ;Sy aro U4 j T'aenttl rs follows: ' Votfor HLimK. Vottt for John II. Uooillu, I . ,, It- 3 Nt. ( I'.hiiIim li. ; No. of Hiunrn Mlli'l.. No. .IikIU nl MMirlclM.. f, No. Senatorial DUU.. II -t k) k. 4J O t" 'J No. of Iti'iti'i-Kcntib-Uv MutiktH J i 5 I : : : i i l&li ;! It There wore blx moro counties In tho Second dlotrict in 1874, and Goodin's ma jority lu the district was 7!M; but it was In the above-named counties. Iu 1878 Dudley C. Haskell, In making hi Bottom! race for Congress, lacked 1,735 votes of having a tnujorlty lu the above lint of nine counties. The present state senate from thin congressional district are W. J. Ruohan, of Wyandatto county, the Fourth tlintrlct; T. M. C...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 July 1890

3 ' county on the belief that bo was the su prenne gneuburkerof Kansas, but his ef fort utterly failed with Meesrs. Scott and Wait, tlio hbt named gentleman having the profuse written pledges from him. Milium--This county originally known us I-ykiim, is eminently historic ami had ltd Osuwutomle, tho tarrying place of old John Hrowu, anj the birth place of tho Kansas republican party In May, 13M. II orai -o(lretdy,of the New York Tribune, uddmuiod this convention on May 18, 18.7.), an 1 his utterautYti sounded like an edi torial. Ho Haul: Freemen of Kiin.HH.it I would limuire you with no unwurruuUulc, no over-wexiilitH: iMuilduu:M tr MiiiTeHtf ia tlirt Kiwit (jtrujKlrt direetly befor us. 1 havo panned ttt ot llhwloiw, and no litiwr premium a party or ruiiso destined to tri umph iiirrely because I know It should. On the contrary, when I eoimtder how vuit are the lu lerent.ittnd Inrtitenoe combined to dofciit us -I lie lltreii tltoiiHJtnd uiMIoun of projmrty in human Tlefiti uiul blMHl...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 July 1890

Ov'l'tlllAL J'AI'KIl OP TIIK MNMAH STAfK .If 4iU Jt,'4it ALtil A fujl A K l.ltwl 111 UliHUiM UJi i' Vllli'i'l TTTTTTTrrnM. ' !ni '" ilUIIUUMIh I WIWl.lJJII) kUCiiFif IH'iMH. U.' "4'.l 4'" WWH MM. Annik L Dkkih f I'''U'gr' Vi..i-.L.U .'.11 ii-jiiiiiJ 1 U iJT Twi fv fiU!i ii yi-Ai , tlO.CH iJIltlitj lit livuutj iiipU-jor cwy:ul . .ll.W irwiliJ ill' 'iiit i iv yi him mi i.mj tin h; , AtlilM Hi nil rftitiiiiuili'iLUiiiui U Urn lllK ub.iiil V."-'f)!4VrrKri)-lA;),W;,". .'.to ' To lor i.iiri viuJiia -nil ffit,:...:t'.,y:nS -,m tai i':4iliiuoiiH.yf 11 mi ioi)U? itiirly. oiin Mr tfi'cffMrilMM'AVHtVl.aU AM ilCthi ttn'fAA!. J. ill Ulil. HJIHI, IJIIMtl hull WIliU VMi.t, aro not iKw, una . wnon. Uioy.roiul 'iillj j'ijiilil li'lilin .i iulrtij.i tliil Jl "Alkut jojurs byijfiiLitJtfKHluliIul jdiiijujjiMir uitit.l;o' wiliaUi-UlirtcoilwrJjiniiJk)- VlMJlHW ,f)l'ltl' tij u!ilul Hi Jtnl')iiS li 'tijjii t)rtt-nift-trrinttMrroa Viil '1J jWiHWi lawyer for judprc cjidio near boingJiV- :liiiifii inl i.Jift ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 July 1890

HiuitinniMi!iHHmii,'a n li in n Tho sagacious nlitolToTHlio " 'A fW erod a maro h ncut, ami Tmnom neicu ill W'li.V'Mo iiWMti'W luTWd Ur!();s7ihVl';jfrimVslyn MVpi? tMitiofiH an delegates to fV, yorsfvi.VfvK)Utijrv;ivuu, nave already piunuomi in peopio over tho'htato 'AJthirrtTU unf instance, wo may pronumo Ihaft . !.," VJ 4 :"' i 'l'llMV"J 'M I mi' 'nHo n rtnil 'jniH ppoiiL'ttf W'flfff 'tMy ifcl'OXtl'fnly YVftWiU Qndeuvo iouiiftheu'tluN riHiifffljTfo fcWoAty 5eTiioil "TO propriation referred to. , ',' ulivo !oard of tho Stato Alliance mitf tho ; duty i ayd Ktho , r t ou s U Uy ( . .e fl lmildintf lip 'thn.oidnr, ftitottf in& iUr limitri'hhllMtiWlthfL''ie',iW imriM)M and thov aro oxDoetod' pliahb thee osidai Tha tlyiddavij ronuus nu(0HT. ivansaii u qay in in. the vanguard of all tho states jjy" movement.. , J,tH'CO,vvtJf.V'KY!,i ?r7?r vellous, and Udijctfpipj pnlflj sentiment- has ikoptr'jMvwv.vil 4his thVwIndotti bf tlftv ' nieatiA rtf fcM6$Fil Tho diBwminaibn. of pronor litiji-...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 July 1890

6 rizrn. ADVOOATH KVIIK('XS OK NLOKI'KUITY. "Within Our borders (Jftienil rronpfrlty Pre VI34.H Momti twiojWo wa undertook tho collection of fllftMnticn of farm mori gages; ond prrsuming that no one but an Mi tor of a republican paper would dispute that the farmers themselves know tho amount of their indebtod nes, wo decided to ask thorn for tho information. Wo accordingly sent oat circulars to all sub-alliances ask ing thorn to malm ft canvass and ro Iojrt im tho blank furnished. Al though all havo not reported, enough havo dono no to enable us to give n fair estimate of this form of indebt edness. In compiling theso figures wo havo rojoctod every imperfect re port, ond any ono whodoubt tho cor rectness of our figures can havo tho privilege of verifying thora from tho original reports now in this oflice. As the so roiiorts corao from every part of tho state, it is fair to prosumo that tho ratio of mortgaged and unmort gaged farms will hold good in alli ances that havo not reported ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 July 1890

TZHTXJ ADVOOATH 7 2T mortgaged farms? Vbt, $13,R(X. The most of our xnit;!jlMrrt will be able t pay their interfMt, though some are being forecasted. Ono router, 1 unmortgaged and 7 mortgaged farms; debt, $1,f.ri0. The county papers are full of notices of foreclosure. Only a few are able to pay in terest. At loawt three-fourths of tho Und in this county in mortgaged, and h number of quarters hnvi fallen into tho hands of tho mortgage companies. Twenty nine rontons 3 unniortgag mI and 13 mortgaged farm; debt, $to,ir,o. There will not bo morn than four that will be ftble to incot thoir mortgages. Hix renters, 10 mortgaged fnmiH; debt, K),7()0. I do not know of one farm in three miles square hero that in not mortgaged. Twenty-three, routers, 10 unmort gaged and 40 mortgaged farms; debt, $1,000. I tlnd that nil of our members who have a mortgage on thoir homes nre tumble to uy the intercut And support their families, Mid if help docs not como Hoon will Ioho thoir homes entirely. Twentjr...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 July 1890

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