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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 February 1886

THE LANNLNG TIMES WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3,1886 I FIS OF SUBSCRIPTO'N:". Dia eainl A'4nc i1-t.' e 0 thej r Exp~Ii of x Mmnths. Advertiewits.-li r Square, first in Eac snbseqjuent insertioni. 50e. ? C'ontract Avertising tit redced rates. .vaverising in Local Ctlutun, loc. per e Onr Term! for rll Transicnt Adver ttnmms. ane invariably in aban'Ice Local InteliCIce. Our thanks are returned to A. Levi, Esq., for his kindness in assuming the duties of editor last week. Performance at Loyn's Hall Thurs (lay evening by the Sumter Amateur Dramatic Club. Miss Lula Lucas is in Manning. Preaching in the Baptist Church next Sunday evening. Miss Annie Wilson of Williamsburg is visiting relatives in town. Wednesday the 17th inst., was the 20th anniversary of the burning of Columbia by Sherman's troops. Who will receive the reward of fifty dollars offered by Gov. Thompson, for the capture of the noted John Butler ? Dr. B. Rutledge is in town. "Young man, make your record clean,-.were the last words of Jo...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 February 1886

ELECTRiC IGLI.GRAPH. A NORTH CAgOLLa1.A CLAIMS TIE ROSOR ACCORDED To MOUSE. JWnios Lynch Clemmons A"serts that he Discovered the Principle and Demon! strated its Application---His Reasons for his Very Long Silence. (Correepondence of the Charlotte Observer.) WA3EINGTON, 1). C., February 26. "W,.ald oa object to giving ine a briet ,ket ch of %our hiutry, a:iat pecially of the hi-tory ot your coil necion with the invention of the electric teltgraph." So said the Observer correspondent this morigntg to Mr. Junia- Lvnch Ulentmon. "Not at all," was the reply. "I was boirn it the village ot CteutilonNVille, Rowan (now Davidson) c. uat North Carolina, on the first day 1)e cember, 1813, an I atn now sevetity-tno Q -tear, of oge. I am now an old wan but very well preserved, as you can see. For te last year or two I have been troubled with a shght dyspcosia, but apart from that may health has always been good. Indeed, I can say what very few can say that. tor fifty five consecutive %ears I ne...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 February 1886

VOL. II. MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C.. WEDNESDAY, FRBRUAR A Desperate Thougwt. "What if there is no God:" Tho re'ii thought Took hideous shape within my muortal br,iu Then instantly my share o. itorial l- iIn Pressed heavier on my heart. 1.ik: n : blot, Hurled out on spae, ombiight og '. Snot Reeking with tears and b boodsb-. gea . gain, This sorrow-laden world srnieee naon vain, And but a ghastly jest, man's anguiedI(.I lo. The universe contracted on my sight, Down to the limits of a prison ipn Its one dark door. an opeinr in t hs sod. I lung my arms up heavenwrd min auman I or sudden nwiness m. aredit- .I.,a-n I cried aloud, "There is. iblicr is a G v'" --Ella wh.eler wileu.o M"1ISTAKE-N. Thoughtless Word? and the Re,ul-ts Th'vy Wrought in Two Young Live%. A cool breeze blew up fron the rvr. It playe4 mong the reeds, :nd: grasses on the bank and r'n laiy up 6e slope toward the white maz:iin on the hillside, flutteringt the vmia zn: fringed the wide piazza where of voung girls ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 February 1886

THo IM_ TLIIRS WEDNIESDAY, FEb 3. 1886. B. S. D!NKiNS ditcr. A WORD ABU! Or MISsioMERS. Our County Commissioners are a Sear old. The presuntion with the peope is natural, that with their prac ical experience they are wiser and more fufly able to discharge their d"ty as Commissioners, omitting the grave blunders of their first year in office. Like their predecessors they have contracted debts largely in ex eess of the appropriation by the Leg islature. The poor were fed and clothed, water courses bndged and %hvold bridges repaired, the machin ery of the County was kept in motion apparently the times were prospering. The paupers were happy, the saw and hammer were continuallv heard on the puie domain.' To the music of these evidences of prosperity we glided harmoniously to the day of recloning, when the Court expenses, the cost of the new bridges and the luxuries to the poor; all had to be paid. Then the crash came. The startling fact came to light that the County had again been plung...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 February 1886

THE MANNING T1VE WEDNESDAY, FEB. 3, 1886. niPyle fndrt! on 1,10 at Go.,. P1. TH SPAPER; %VL. CON Necwspaix r Murnleru (10 sp;ruce St), c~mtacM r-:lr A. mWade for 4- 4:1 a TEIMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance $1.50. or $2.00 the Expiration of six Months. Advertiseents.-kPer Square. first il sertion, S1.00. Each snbseqnent insertion. 50e. 2' Contrtet Advertising at reduce rates. Advertising in Local Column, 10c. pc line. ;4 Onr Terms for all TrMnsient Advei tisements. are invarialil lin :tin.mee. Our (olun'1 s are opcn at all times. for th expression of eoinions on lzi sije.ctsof id lie interest, but we are not rfsponsible f the views of onr corresporaents. Local Intelligence. Court Monday. Mr J. D. Witherspoon is in town. During Court week Mrs. Edward will serve hot dinners at her stoie. Mr. Harry Wvmar, who left here about a year ago>, is visiting at Mr. M. Levi's. Our new barber, Robt. T. McCait z, has installed himself in a neat little shop, and now solicits the patronag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 February 1886

The Plan Adopted bY the Fenitentlarl birctors-etas of theiiases Recent ly Made. ( Frm the Vews and Courier.) COLUBMA January 27.--It *il be emembered that the terms upon brhich the boaid of directors of the nitentiary, at their meetings held in e early part of this month, leased three bIantations for convict res4dence labor were not made public because the contract had not been committed to writing. Much interest has beel exhibited in the matter, and it seemed desirable'that the public should be in formed of the details of the contracts. Inquiry was made this morning at the office of the Clerk of Court for this county, and it was found that the Seegers and Sims contracts had been signed and were in the Clerk's hands awaitinar rccord. The lease of the Seegers plantation contains the following provisions: John C. Seegers leases to the board of directors of the penitentiary for a term of five years from January 1, 188, his "Big Lake" plantation, locat ed in Richland county, some miles ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 February 1886

1106/ N'V 4,A TOl11 . MANN'tING-. C-LAR!"iNDON COUNTY., S.- C..) WEDNESDAY. FFT JBRUIAR1016.N.9 Autumn Scenes. Blue are the hill-topsz :w:t. i-i . i ine And noisily trill. t h h! Dreaming b'cTamet hi a t : And moaneth tm: Rustling the mep:;- t :! -:ws .: And rattligthe 13.m- h r-i::M a Corn Swayingthe or. All uninterprete, .s. 1: oi 1:::, The stillness is sit - : ' - ping: The creek ishal"-cv wht ha leaves: White cows in themr. croppin g: The thresheris I-: : she:1ve. Nowsailthrous t" -:'a h Cr. With white :: Moths nervoush- s : i: ; It seeneth the : Day. And hark: a: The su:::% , .crowine, That ringeth a aver : : : t. X0svoice: To school, now. t:c h t -. e . - a go'ing: The en- -.etivity, eo:aai n . Ah, dear . the el i-ik e: :-:h : : The 1,o -Ight : horrt,... w ::t' Now pair.Cnar his ema' ie ~ w11:'! rpc pal-e bs, No- .eying to :l'p in the f;:ir: 4:r eveninir the i;.,tya l-t shr:.!ah :ui :t a The froga at :-- se'eh -, Ai-.: t -' lit: t'he moon inl pa le ;:U::meir'ti~!.th and "t.iI,...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 February 1886

TH MANNING TIME. WEDNESDAY, FA 10. 1336. B. S.- DINK!NS, Editar. ERR.TUM.--In an editorial last week on the County Commissioners we stat ed that since 1876, every Board of Commissioners had increased the in debtedness of the County by contract iiig debts largely in excess of the ap propriation by the Legislature. he statement, did a great uiustice to the Board of 1880-1, who'should have been honorably separated from the list of these official blunderers. The admin istration of this Board, composed of Messrs. J. M. Knight, C. L. Wither spo.n, and J. J. Harvin, was highly satifactory to the people, and most crelitable to themselves. They not only,'ept the County free from debt, but at the expiration of their term, a neat little balance was turned over to their successors. The article is otherwis2 true in ev ery particu'ar. WORSE THAN SIBERLA. If any farther evidence were requir ed to prove the necessity of the abo lition of the convict camps of Georgia, it haabeen furnished by the hor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 February 1886

THE MANNING TIMMS. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 1, 1886 TERMS OF sU1SRIPThON: One Year. in Advance $1.50. or $2.00 at the Ex1,irateiof nSix Mr-ths. Al ierti. melnts.-- P'er Sqnre, tirst m sertion, $1.00. Each subiseque.nt insrtionf. 5'). .e Contract Advertising at reded lvertising in Local CAnnen, 10e. lvr line. :2- Our Trns fy all Trn-1i Alver ti;eamnt, ar invarav in aCe. Loal IntelHgeilce. Sunday is St. Valentine's day. Gen. E. V. &ise of Sumter, is at tending the Court. OFF FOR FLomPs.-MIssrs. P. B. Livingston and 'Mr. Way, w;Iah their families. together with Mr. B. B. DuBose, having disposed of their in terests in this County, left on the 5th inst. for Florida. A new building is being erected on Mr. Rigby's lot. to be occupied by Dr. W. E. Brown as a a ug store. 31rs. Mary Tobias, wife of MIr. Friendly Tobias, died on the (th inst. The remains were interred on Sunday in the Oak Grove burying ground. Mr. A. Moltrie Brailsford was ap pointed foreman of the Grand Jury. Anothervaluable addit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 February 1886

TiE FARMERS OF TRE STATE. ANXNUA- MEETLNG OF THE PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. Froeeedings of the Regular Session In Charleston-Various Mtatters Conslder ed- eState Agricultural Society. ( Prenthe News and Coarier.) The annual meeting of the State Grange oSonth Carolina was held in the Anie of the Agricultural Hall at 11 o'block on Wednesday morning, with.CpL.J. N. Lipscomb in the chair. Upo& the' roflt of the Grange being -alled tbsfo'lowing officers and members responded:: J. N. Lipsonimb, W. M.; A. P. But let,( W. 0.; S. A. Adams, W. L.; J. M. Stribling, steward; A. M. Aiken, treasurer; T. W. Holloway, secretary; M. D. C. Colvin, G, K.; Mrs. Julia Parrott, Ceres;. Ms.. A. C. Adams, Pomona; Mrs, M. A. Love, Flora; Mrs. E. M. Lipomb, L. A. 0. The following 'cunties wcre repre sented: Abbeville, Anderson, Chester, Fairfield, Kershaw, Marion, Marlboro, New berry, Oooiiee, Orangeburg, Spar tanburg and Williatmsburg. After theiTlI had been called, Co!. J. N. Lipscomb, the Worthy Master, re...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 February 1886

VOL. IJL MANNING9 CLARENDON COUNTY, S. Cog WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY1I 186 O 0 A Reminiscence of Bar -arbor. Three maidens went sailing anl daintiy ires ed One bright summer day as the sun wenl down: And for a rich yachtsnian och analh 'wat While their mothers wtod '-ck'-:- :: out of the town. For maidens must marry and nhers art deep. And men to escape them strict watches must keep Where the Harbor Bar is moaning. Three 'vwthers stood anxiously out on the se .1j That Zgernoon as the sun went down. And their words were sweet and their snales were bland As they covertly watched for the yachtsmen brown. For moers must work, and mothers nust soheme. And all men are wary and not what they seem Where the Harbor Bar is moaning. Three SaIdens all seasick and ill as can be CTwss evening then and the sun had go::c downu: Three yachtsmen, all laughing with ill-sup pressed glee. Were bringing those maidens rigbt back tc the town. For men will laugh, and women must wee4p, And maneuvering mothers must...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 February 1886

THE MANNING TimE WEDNESDAY, Feb. 17.1836. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. Ex. Gov. Horatio Seymour, of New York, died at Utic& N. Y., on the 12th inst. In 1868 Gov. Seymour was nominat ed for the-Presidency of the United States by the Democratic party. The following letter has been re ceived by the President pro tern pore of the Senate, in which the Pres ident denies the right of that body to the posession of letters from. private citizens received by the President, re Wing to the removal of incumbents from office : DEPArxE:r orr = ThT-rmon, WAs 1GToN D. C., February 13, 1886.-To the President pro tempore of the Scu ate-Sir: I have the honor to ac knowledge the receipt of the Senate resolution of the 5th instant in words as follows: "Resolxd, That the secretary of the interior be directed to communicate to the Senate copies of all papers which have been filed in the interior department, and of all papers which have been presented to any officer of that department touching the official an...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 February 1886

WEDNESDAY, FEB. 17, 1886. 'TERMNS OF suB~r', IPTION: One Year, in Advance $1.50. or s2.00 at dhe Expiration of Six Months. Advertsements.-Pr Sqnure, first in sertion. $1.00. Each snbsequent insertion; 50e. g Contract Advertising at reduced rates. Advertising in Local Cilumn, 10c. per line. :a Our Ternis for all Transient Adver tisgements, are invariably in aavance. Local Intlligecfle. Dr. J. L. Bass is visiting his broth er, Rev. L. D. Bass. Miss Daisy Walker was married on the 3rd inst. at Mayesville, to Rev. D. C. Harden. The Audito's Delinquent Land Sales are advertised for saiesday in March. "Mama, why is papa bald ?" "I am his fourth wife darling." Mr. Albertus S. Briggs has the agency for several Music Houses and is prepared to receive orders for inu sical instruments, or any kind of sLeet music. Our contemporary, the Erteri, has entered upon its 19th year. Mr. Hugh Montgomery, represent ing the popular wholesale house of 1 T. A. McCreary & Co., of Columbii was in town Mon...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 February 1886

A WOMDEBFUL "OX.HWT. & Good Story Told on Some Amateut Hunters. Our Virginia mountaineers are tongh customers, and they -quatted all over the valleys at a nominal rent. which had to be drawn from them like their eve teeth. Th- old gentleman, how ever, had a fan.:y for tue place and u.ed to com lit-me with a whole stri:ng of horses behnd him as the revenue of his princi.ality. But we boys, and ini deed all . ur friends. used to look for ward ket nly to the ani'ual excursion to the uwo wais. My father had a pack of houds Of winch ae was ex ceedingly proui, and with whin hei would hunt. f'Oxes at homheg, and det-r when we went to --- ctunty. A long cavalcade it used to be' that ever Octoter started from this.. door for tile mountains. My father and one of his old cronies in the bi: carriage, twit wagons full ot provender, aninunitilon, blankets, etc., and fiften or t went. friends and servants, moa;esi on ad dle-horses in the i-ear. Tne ninet% miles used to give us three days of tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 March 1886

~ TI. MANNIG. CLAV~ OCOUNTY S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY2I 186 O i ov ot - C: 1: - t. Fl r - I T: 11 had. r A.!1A, :1~ on(- -' - .111' *.?' . - M 2G ."I e -'A Thn C.. ' ph -t n-t Am r t' 1:tyV .i s W Sizn'. :,I I condr--eev. A" * OU( M:Ct thic ni th * r tifin dyie ii' erand and.... And. I: hone D o ;h- I, -1,I _r W11 apnt the: - mu . I r .u- 1'" ' years nt Thet laUth: hfriend 1VV on ir cear ts t o Term; i Vt mn::V 4 sm.d m -- Last ycr .1e ; But n "p.Ou - *t der andw'h P kvted. -I'.. ' yor you-' in: . :t .' home: Doit. "31ad arLv t nre Burtd1 '. - I P wi.- 'l -.'1 A l. . e-t o * ~. 1 ' 4 ".. . 4 it . -. * It .'. nt.. ha so V ' " - O. (t tour n:n your ren:e. ttirn vit. L. v..n ay I gry9. I . a 1.'v~'i uur re-< - s -r. neral?" 4.Pe .; you don't1 -d ot Cst - -,-i. it ecs me trouvX e nu4 h thou 4 o ind th'.n: I .wore at -- 4 whf-.-k did you rake up. -: bzon is r in Paris. Ivu r -mu'*&tt d l no d ('11od4s?" I-- ll that within 'an hour I shall d:I rb/zon S. . or !Y -.r:it ny hea on.ve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 March 1886

THE MANNI1,G TIMES. WEDNESDA Fe!l 24. I8S. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. The TimES is not what it ought to le this week, but it is hoped that its Readers will be indulgent. The Edit or is off on a much needed frolic and the deva has full sway in the office. The Lancers, one of Boston's crack companies, paid a flying visit to the City by the Sea, last week. They were accorded a most royal reception by the military of Charleston. Since the death of Gen. Hancock he cannot be praised too much by certain Republican papers, who in 1880 could hardly find sufficient words to express their vindictive slanders. Such is life. Abuse while living. Praise after President pro tempore Sherman shows lamentable ignorance of the po litical history of this country when he asserted a few day ago that the Presi dent had no precedence for his action in refusing the demands of the Sen ate. Washington, Monroe, Jackson and Tyler all withheld papers from the Senate, and their right to do this has been acknowledged. ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 March 1886

THE MANNING TIMES. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 24, 1886. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance S1.50. or .:2.00 at the Expiration of Six Ionths. Advertisements.--Per Square, first in sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent iusertion. 50c. ; Contract Advertising at reduced rates. Advertising in Local Column, 10e, per line. :R Cur Terms for all Transient Adver tisements. are invariably in advance. Local Intelligence. Next Monday is sale's day. March is coming with a vim. Farmers are busy replanting oats. Just arrived-a new supply of Baby Boys. Be careful about fire during this windy weather. Last Monday was the anniversary of Washington's birth. Uncle Jim says he is lonesome, and offers board at unbeard of cheap rates. Planting gardens seem to be the principle occupation of our citizens at present. The Franklyn Square Library, of this place, is now in good working or der. J. S. Wilson, Esq., has removed in to his neat little office to the right of the TmEs building. Mr. John W. Fleming has been ap ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 March 1886

TIE TLLEPHU)N E YRANNY A TAX or TE M.LIONS A YEAIt LET lED oS TiE rk:OrLE'. Figures showing the Uxtortijovtte Pro&1s of the eu rc.Coo-mli .a - ( th*% -uit to b r~cte yn M" (From the Sew Yvrk & L The figures given ill an articLe col Ceriig the American 1>ll Teklph.ne Comwpai-y. pullish d b- the Ne York Wor/d so~ dayvo a, i only to the bu-iness of the imem cor paration. 'I here ;;re sub-compsu C ail over the Unitd S te and it is bf thee lat tihe at inal ide A service of the country i, i-trfo-m , and it is through themn that 1hw peoplek pay the enormou. ~ now extortett by that service. Thle parent company, as stated, i:- a Massachusetts corporaunti with iih ,entral office at No. 95, MIk 6:reet, Boston, with an authorized callatal of $10,000,000. Ti is is the great con trolling and absorbing h.ad of a vast systecs that extends ot to every city, town and considerable village gath eriU in every year a gross aicomte alnust as great as that of the We-:'rnz Union Teiescraph Comipa...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 March 1886

VOL.11. MANNINGI CLXRENDOY COUNTY, S. C WEDNESDYNO. 13. with this little maltlea. wtiose indiffer ence to all his attentions only made her more charming and desirable in his eyes. So it was not strange that one day while on one of their numerous excur sions,and while Teddy had gone farther down the river to fish, he should take this most excellent onportunity of wak ing Llew acquainted'with his great love for her, and offer her his heart and hand. Llew, taken by burprise, replies, in the usual wav, that She is sorry, but does not care enough for him to marry him, etc. Only one consolation does she give him, and that is that she loves no one else. So Phil is comforted in a degree, thinking that some day he may be able to win her love. He leaves her there and wanders down the banks of the river, for in his great disappointment he can hardly bear to see her. Suddenly he hears a sharp cry and his heart almost stands still, for it is Llew's voice. Can she have fallen into the wa ter? Bla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 March 1886

THE MANNING TIXES-; WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1886. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. Farmers to the Front. The News and (ourier of the 9th publishes a call for an Agricultural Conventiop, to be held at Columbia, April the 19th, from which we gather that the Convention is called for the purpose of considering the ways and means to be adopted to give the farm ers absolute control of the Legislative and: Executive Departments of the Government of the State, and also to consider such other matters as they may deem of importance to the politi cal, social, educational or industrial interests-of the farmers of the State. The-eall is signed by ninety-two gen Vemen, the last name on the list be ing that of the Agricultural agitator, Mr. B. R. Tillman. A Convention of farmers would do g if held in the interests of the ers. If such lessons of experience and practical working as crowned with success, the efforts of the young Geor gia farmer, Robert Rood, could be im parted and learned at the Convention, the A...

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