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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 May 1888

V.:f- \\ I J ' I r\ t OL. XI. OFESSIONAt CARDS. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATUKDAY, MAY 12, 1888. NO. 32. b. hart. jno. t. craddock. HAIIT & CRADDOCK, Attorneys at - Law, Minkoi,a, Texas. Practice in the District anil inferior courts of the State aud the Supreme and Federal courts at Tyler. HORACE M. CATE, Attorney - at - Law, Mineola, Texas. Offers his professional services to the people of Wood and surrounding coun- ties. Will practice in all the courts of the State and the Federal court at Tyler. W. M. GILES, Attorney - at - Law, Mi.s'kola, Texas. 4 R. N. STAFFORD, Attorney - at - Law, an d Real Estate Agent, Mineola, Texas. Will practice in all the courts of the Seventh Judicial District. Special at- tention given to collections of all kinds. Remittances promptly made. Will also buy ami sell and rent real estate and in- vestigate land titles; render and pay taxes on same. MATRIMONY. To pop or not to pop, that is the question— Whether it Is easier for a man to suffer In single blessedn...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 May 1888

-<rr~ tsm i titjuiJi %StiMf£c> - ijsiiuS^twS^ >- ■ .5,... ! ■^••v 'V* 'Vfj+ .-' SiEttUi. t®r f <•/ THK MUSIO OF HIS CHIN. V , I'm i mnslc-lov lag raw, • «v • And would so fsr to besr , Pat Otltoar* or Mini African, whose Imm art sweet and clear; BotMTe ma lrom tbe person who, Will evermore beitl n, V And eyermore will put you through The mualc ot the chin. I(eare not for the old songs, Though I can get >cm cheap; Their memory to the paat belongs, So let them Idly sleep. But worae than old songs la the friend / Who aeeks your time to win, And who, when started will not end Tba mutlc of hi* chin. I'ye beard steain whistles, brazen gongs, And belli of every tone; I've baard the ebouta of maddened throngs And beard a Jackass groan; I'ye beard a female lecturer swear At wicked men and sin; These are as uouicbt, whene'er I bear The music of bis chin. ~Xe York Nun. > • "After Darkness Cometh Day," BY K. K. oka nt. , It seems but a dream—tho "Jong, long ago;" but tho memor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 May 1888

~Wtr ■ Vir / f M S vM i ■ "■ -■I - V ■o. WASHINGTON NEWS. 102 Dat.—Tho committee on public buildings have prepared a report re- commending tne appropriation of $60,000 for a public building at Browns- ville, Tex. Political prophets make the following slate to till the vacancy on the supreme ■ bench caused by the death of Chief Justice Waite: Senator Gray, of Dela- ware, to be Chief Justice; Secretary Bayard, to return to the Senate; Minis- ter Phelps to be made Secretary of State, and Edward Cooper, of New York, to succeed Mr. Phelps as Minis- ter to England. The Secretary of the Treasury has refused the application of Mr. F. San Roman to refund duties paid by him at tho port of Brownsville, Texas, on 121 inaros, on the grounds that the mares, which were among other animals, were imported by him and were duly entered for consumption and payment of duty, and that no claim was made at tne time of the importation that they were intended specially for breeding •pur- poses. Texas postmas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 May 1888

&■ m %m .;, ft 1 V I r rl A: Tfci IIimIi VNkly Koflltor. 'inddeato of the Perforiniinee PUBMUnXD BVKKY HATUKDAV BV Gate & Teagarden. Saturday, May 12, 1888. Entered at the post office class matter. uh second- Announcement Kates. Congress $15 00 State Senate IS 00 District Judge....:... 15 00 District Attorney 10 00 Bepresentative 10 00 County Officers 5 00 Precfnct Officers 2 50 The above rates will not be deviated from under any circumstances. All re- quests for announcements most he ac- companied by the cash. no attention will be paid to any announcement re- quested unless the money comes with it. Don't ask for credit as it will not be extended to any one under any circum- stances. Catk & Tkaoakden, Publishers, ANNOUNCEMENTS. For County Attorney, W« are authorized to announce W. A. HART, Esq., as a candidate for re-elec- tion to the office of County Attorney. For Dlvtrlct Clerk. We are authorized to announco 8. B. Kennerly as a candidate for the office of District Cler...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 May 1888

" J • V • ' • The MImoIi ffwkly Monitor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK: One Copy, Ono Year fl.50 One Copy, Six Months ' .75 One Copy, Four Months 50 Official Directory. district officers. Judge 7th Judicial District—Hon. Felix J. McCord, Tyler, Texas. District Attorney 7th Judicial District —R. N. Stafford, Mineola, Texas. State Senator—F. L. Camp, Gilmer, Texas. Representative—John H. Vorhees, I Quitman, Texas. county officers. County Judge—C. W. Raines, Quit- man, Texas. County Attorney—W. A. Hart, Quit- . man, Texas. Sheriff—B. F. Smart, Quitman, Texas. County Clerk—J. H. Jones, Quitman. Dis't. Clerk—I. \V. Bobbins, Quitman. Treasurer—S. H. Ilart, Quitman, Tex. Assessor—G. W. Cowan, Quitman, " Collector—F. M. l)yer, Quitman. " County Surveyor—G. W. Marr, Quit- man, Texas. county commissioners. C. W. Raines, President. Commissioner Precinct No. 1.—'W. R. Blalock, Quitman, Texas. Commissioner Precinct No. 2.—J. M. Drew, Mineola, Texas. Commissioner Precinct No. 3.—P. M. Faulk, Hawkins, Texas....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 May 1888

HRS theMlneola Weekly Monitor !•,(,{f, i ■ATOIOAT IT CATS ft TEAQARDEN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Copy, On* Tear 11.60 " Six Months TO © • Copy. On. Copy. One Copy, j I . 4 ■ . Copy, Foot Months 00 Batered at the postofflce aa second olaaa matter. & h .TEXAS INCIDENTS. Mesquite hat* a debating society. Wise county has fifteen iron* bridges Fire bug* have bl>Ch arrested at Mar Shall. McKinney shipped seven cars of wheat. Tho Terrell Rifles are drilling (or Austin. The Dallas Presbytery met at Fort Worth. The Alliance store at Longviow was robbed. Dallas was excitod over tyrotoxicon In milk. Whitewright and tiroenvillo both are improving. The Dallas people had a line excur- sion to Deuver. Smith county threatens to deluge the West with fruit. The East Texas Presbytery is in ses slon at Palestine. Fort Worth has had a real estate deal of nearly $200,000. Henry Grifith, colorod, was admitted tq the bar at Paris. The San Antoniuns are disgusted with their ball team. Pecos City rejoices ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 May 1888

I If Feel Tired Wssfe aad wsary, worn oat,.errau dawn treat hard Mk« bj lssi^orerlahtd condition of the lilood or low MRIoat the system, you shosld take Hood'a Bsrss- aartlla. Tbe peculiar toning. purifying, and vital- ising snalltlesof this successful msdlciue are aooa fall throngheut tko entire ayatem, expelling disease, sadglTlaggnick, healthy actloa to overy organ. It teaes the ttoiuach, crestes an appetite, aad roaaea ue liter mod kidneys. Thousands,who hare taken It with benefit., teatlfy that Boca's Saraapartlla s weak atroag." food's 8arsaparilla kea not quite a bottle of Hood'a Ssrsa- I muat aay It la one of the beat medlclnea k an appetite, purlfylag the blood, and regu- f digestive organs, that I erer beard of. It eal of good." Mm. N. A. Btanlst, [he Weak Strong •d dlssy, haying no appetltt irork, I took Hood'a Baraapa- aulta. As a health Inrlgor- ability I think It auperlor to ftlKafe, Utlca, N. T. apurllla for loia 9$ appetita, lauguor. It did i«o a vaat | W. Willkfobd,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 May 1888

I ■"V.w-v-* y. — — ■ m'-^VWWtiry i? 'r"! v' ■* ■"" ^ -"■•"'' tmnHWVT^-v*''- ""-'■■■! ' " "/" .;'■ "" "' '' -"B" 1 - ' ' . •,W'" • •.-.>? -'<• ' *'•; ' 'v.-1" •' • * ; ' . ' ^ ' * •": ■ • • V ' ' v' t ' ' \ v'* * Y i . § sK ' |! \' m I Hv Jmi : .. '- r/^ I iiv-V.: i • ||: 81* & :■ W' ' ; • * r L W. L. ANDREWS, Successor to Richardson & Spurgeon, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in PRODUCE, - FRUIT, - BEER - AND - ICE. % A full and well assorted stock of family groceries on hand and at the very lowest cash prices. Highest market price paid for country produce. Letter from Rains County*. Emouv, Texas, ) May 8d, 188ft. / Last week was quite a stirring one for our little county of Rains. First, we had a Labor Union Con- vention which was a very tame af- fair. That highlv intellectual (?) body was entertained by one soft- handed child of labor, named J. C. Rhodes, who brayed for two and one-half hours like a hungry jack ass for a mess of oats. He was followed by Hill Farmer, an- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 May 1888

\ if V (' ■m m VOL. XI. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1888. NO. 34. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. b. b. hakt. jno. t. ckaddock. HART & CRADDOCK, Attorneys - at - Law, Minkola, Texas. Practice in the District and inferior courts of the State and the Supreme and Federal courts at Tyler. HORACE M. CATE, Attorney - at - Law, Minkola, Tkxas. Offers his professional services to the fieople of Wood and surrounding coun- ties. Will practice in all the courts of the State and the Federal court at Tyler. W. M. GILES, Attorney - at - Law, Minkoj.a. Texas. R. N. STAFFORD, Attorney - at - Law, and Real Estate Agent, Mineoi.a, Tkxab. Will practice in all the courts of the Seventh Judicial District. Special at- tention given to collections of all kinds. Remittances promptly made. Will also buy and sell and rent real estate and in- vestigate laud titles; render ami pay taxes on same. Democratic County Convention. The county democratic conven- tion assembled in Quitman at 1 clock p.m. on Monday May 14...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 May 1888

• OBSCURATION. Talmage'a Sunday Morning Dis- course. nineteenth Century Apostle Expounds the Qoepel to an Overflowing Con- gation. 1/ Christianity la th > Rising Sun of Oni Tlm"*- Mon Havu I'rled With the Uprolllng Vapors of Sift ptlchm and thoFmoki of Their Bias- ph naty to Turn the Sun Into Darkness -The Result of Infidelity the Coropi«te and Un- ottftrAble Degradation of Womanhood— rrophet'o Uttnanc sot the Great Divine. Shooki.yk. May lii: This mornliiK the Itev. 'J'. DcWitt Tallinn.''', 1). D., preached at the. Tabeiuiu-lo to an ovurflowluic coii^rcga- fiou. The livinn be(jlunlii;r, • "Stand up my *oul, Klial.c olT thy fours. Aim] Klril liiu (JONjit'l minor on." was Kuiig with tuiiKiillicuut efl't-ct. Dr. Tnl- niibjeul was "Olmcuriillou," anil his test: "The suu ahull ho turned Into du'rk- ■cm."—Act# 11., v. tin. lie said: JA-Jur i-cilpso Ih here prophesied to tuke pin.'.! uliout the time of the destruction of •nete.'it Jerusalem, Josephus, the historian, ■*y«i that the prop...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 May 1888

"v >'■?&&! Capturing the Eagle. Tho method of capturing tho englt anion:; tlio Absuraki and Blnckfect 01 the Northwest is exceedingly uovcl and I most ingonous as well as as curious. In fact, there are two styles of hunting eaglos. The first thing of all is, of course, to hold an eaglo dance. An In- dian cannot do any thing without first dancing for it, and, an eagle is an ex- ceedingly hard anddifflonlt bird to cap- ture. the danca in consequence must foe all the harder and more protracted. As a rule the nomads of the Northwest still oHng to tho antiquated, an Leila tool bow wiul arrow, and as their quarry soars f very high among mountain peaks, for- ■aver on the watch and keeping away 'from danger, it is a very dillieult mat- ter indeed, 'even with a line-sighted rifle and qti'ck trigger, to bring down 01114 of ttjeso hitrti-llvinc American b rds. Yet tho Crows capture them almost oaslly with their simple arrows, < where a white man, armed with the best oi ■breech-lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 May 1888

s -M lit* <ai in at ml j!«I be *P * Ml t« * * n 3 % i ra 111 •a it FUBUHHKU KVKMY SATCKDAV HV Cate A Teagarden Lfherty In ThMry and Liberty j ruined by this cowardly method of In F ct. j Wroaking vengeance on political The Chicago Express which | 1 The tendency of the hour in to; opponents. In each case the of- furnishes tlin hungry members of Saturday, May 19, 1888. Entered at the post office class matter. uh second- Announcement Hntctt. Congress $15 00 State Senate M 00 District Judge— 1® 00 District Attorney 10 00 Representative 10 00: tion County OfflcerR Precinct Officers The above rates will not he deviated from under any circumstances. All re- quests for announcements must he ac- companied by the cash. No attention will be paid to any announcement re- quested unless the money comes with it. Don't ask for credit as it will not l>e extended to any one under any circum- stances. Gate & Tkaoabhkk, Publishers, ' remove all the evils human flesh is heir to by legislation,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 May 1888

I 111 y )|f V y mm mi The lineola Weekly Monitor. SUBSCRIPTION PBIOE: One Copy, One Year fl.50 One Copy, Six Month* 75 One Copy, Four Months 50 Official Directory. district OrriCKHS. Judge 7th Judicial District—Hon. Felix J. McCord, Tyler, Texas. District Attorney 7th Judicial District —R. N. Stafford, Mineola, Texas. —Straw hats, the nicest line in the city, at Caspary's. Hughes Blackberry Cordial at R. S. Brock's saloon. No. 30, lm Famous Old Yannissee Whislcy at R. S. Brock's saloon. No. 30, lm McMurry will have a complete line of baby carriages in a few days. OH Matting In endless quantities at S. R. Bruce <fe Co's. —L. B. Turman's ice cream par- lor is the resort now. Open all hours day and night. "" —The ladies are requested not to forget Bake Turman's ice cream parlor. Eupion, the cheapest and safest Oil in use, at retail by Ed Murrie. No. 30, tf —Caspary will sell you a nice suit of clothing for less money than any man in Mineola. Just received a large consign- ment of fi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 May 1888

■ vjS^'fcMv'Wji '"JMi* J1! farli&fji,*7. ^ «*, BS&W &' immm .,: ;•.. Wwsw1* I? v*v; The lllneola Weekly Monitor t S 4 t* * * published kvbbt satobdat CATS ft TEAOARDEN. ■T SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Copy, One Tear $1.50 One Copy, Six Months 70 One Copy, Four Months SO WILL STEAL NO MORE. Interod at the postofflce as second class matter. A CLOUD BURSTS. A strange atmospherical phenom- enon was witnessed at Maize, a town west of Kansas City. A storm cloud burstcd and extended over a space ol about 000 yards wide aud one mile in length. For half an hour the rain came down in torrents. The heavens wore black, and darkness almost equal to that of (right covered the entire area. Maize Is situated on the south bank of the Arkansas. An eye witness de- scribes the rain as coming down in torrents, washing away u number of houses and moving others from their foundations. The house in which a family named liockby lived was taken Up by tho flood, carried into the Ar- kansas river and su...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 May 1888

I It 'i fe THE WORLD OVER. The British steamer, Benison, whioh has just imived at Norfolk, Va., re- ports that sho hail a collision on May 6 with tho American steamer, Eureka, on her way from New York to New Orleans. After the fog cleared away, the Eureka was nowhere to be seen, and she is supposed to have sunk. Her crew numbered 108 persons, D'otn Pedro, tho aged emperor of Brazil, is seriously ill. Wm. Norman, of Polk township, Ind., was unmercifully beaten by masked men. Norman was an im- portant witness in a pending criminal prosecution, and it is supposed that tho beating was an act of intimidation by the prisoner's friends. Albert LeGrand, a quack doctor of nervous diseases, was arrested at Cin- cinnati for a swindling operation per- petrated several years ago. Pleuro-pneumonia has broken out among tho cattle of Montana. Several Mexican statos are passing laws for tho suppression of bull-light- ing. There aro in America over 4,000,000 farms, large and small. They cover 20,000,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 May 1888

i ] . A W. L. AJTDREWS, Successor to Richardson & Spurgeon, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In PRODUCE, - FRUIT, - BEER - AND • ICE. A full and well assorted stock of family groceries on hand and at the very lowest cash prices. Highest market price paid for country produce. Letter From Emory. Editor Monitor. Our citizens wore greatly pleased with the last issue of the Monitor, and you may look out for an in- crease of subscribers from this place. We are lamenting the loss of the spring's clipping of our lamb's wool, butjfeel consoled when we remember nothing can prevent us securing the fall clipping; not that we are attached to the color of the wool, or place any exagera- ted value upon it, bu two think the shearing will be healthy for the animal. There is a disease preva- lent in our Union Labor fold here worse than the scab, and we ad- vise you to have the fleece, left in your opera house, examined by your health officer and well furmigated us a prevention of con- tagion. The symp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 May 1888

! } TnsXJWBI7ZTSTZ ■ " ' ft . v s~' _L VOL. XI. iA-t-A. i—^ i-iaPI- y m #i ••• ♦ •..:. MJLNJEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1888. NO. ; PROFESSIONAL CARDS. * I B. B. JIAHT. -'NO. T. CRADDOCK. HART & CRADDOCK, - at - Law, TUXAS. Aitoi'iiey; IN ROI.A. Practice in the JMstriet and inferior courts of the State ami the Supreme and Federal courts at Tyler. HORACE M. GATE, Attorney - at - Law, Mineoi.a, Tkxab. Offers his professional services to the people of "Wood and surrounding coun- ties. Will practice in all the courts of tiie State and the Federal court at Tyler. W. M. GILES, Attorney - at - Law, M INKOf A. rI K.VAS. R, N STAFFORD, Attorney - at ™ Law, State Democratic Convention at Fort Worth, May 22nd. Tlife convention was called to order at noon by Chairman Exall, in the Opera House. Proceedings were opened by prayer by the Rev. Dr.* Nail, ol Fort Worth, alter which Chairman Exall delivered an eloquent address. Mayor Broilcs followed with an address of welcome on .behalf of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 May 1888

"""> '•'! ■ ■' —T ^ „ „„ • ... ,-■... V 5 ■ f£- w 1 I', 4 ii • 'V , i «?; 4 * fl C ■ < K <1 C ■t a l l - 4 r. AN EVENTFUL DAY. TALMAGE'S 8UNDAY DISCOURSE- ▲ Case of Love at First Sight A Beautiful Pen Picture Drawu from Biblical History, Boai Forms an Attachment for the Woman- ly Qleaner—An Attachmant Tall of Undy- ing Interest to the Church of God In All Age«-Hs That CJoeth Forth andWaepeth, Bearing Precious Seod, Shall Doubtless Come Again With Rejoicing. £Bkookltn, May 20. —Tlio opening lirmn nt e Tabernacle service to-day, beglus with e words: "More love to Time. O Christ, More love to Tlioe." After making a running common tOty on •Ome passages or Scripture tlic Itov. T. Do Witt Talmage, D. D., took tlio text: "And •he went* and came, nnd gleaned In the Held after the reapers: and lier hap was too light CD a part of the Held belonging unto liouz, Who was of the kindred of Ellinelecli." Hutli II: 8. He prcached from these words the fol- lowing sermon: The time that Ruth ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 May 1888

v rsrTF V-A, f SELLING HIS DAUGHTER'S HONOR The following story conies from Pol- afox and Hidalgo, some miles up the river from Laredo, the former being in Texas aud the latter town being on the Mexican shore. Some time ago a Mex- ican named Andres Garcia, belonging to the middle class of Mexican people, left Laredo accompanied by his family, among which was a pretty 17-year-old daughter, and moved, to Polafox. 13ut while in Laredo a man named Galau had become enamored of the girl and followed her, leaving his wife and children in that city. After sojourning in town some time ho succeeded after several stolen interviews in luring the girl away from her parents and they fled together to Laredo with the father in pursuit. In that city the irate parent lost them. It appears they crossed the river and lived a few days in New Laredo and then went up the river to Hidalgo where they lived together as man and wife. The father got track of them again and went to Plidalgo and Galan lied. Afte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 May 1888

Se: The Mineolt Weekly Monitor. rVIUUKD kvkky matcuday by Oate * Teagarden. Saturday, May 26, 1888. Entered At the post office as second- class matter. Announcement Ruton. CongresH $15 00 8tate Benato 15 00 District Judge....: 15 00 District Attorney 10 00 Representative 10 00 County Officers 5 00 Precinct Officers 2 50 The above rates will not he deviated from under any circumstances. Aty re- quests for anuouuceineiits mi'ht iik ac- companied hy the cash. No attention will be paid to any announcement re- quested unless the money comes with it. Don't ask for credit as it will not be extended to any one under any circum- stances. Catk & Tkaoakdkx, Publishers. ANNOUNCEMENTS. 4 For Congress. We are authorised to announce IIon. C. B. kiutork for re-election to Con- IP*1* from the Third Congressional I>is- For County Attorney, W« are authorized to announce W. A. HART, Esq., as a candidate for re-elec- tion to the office of County Attorney. For District Clerk. We are authorized to ...

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