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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 8 May 1890

IK A BITTEE BffiTHRieHTj me see how OR LADY GILMORES TEMPTATION ssr xsaia a rttsseijIj AUTHOR OF MF0OTpRisTS IXIHE SXOW THE BROKEN SEAL THE TBACK OP THE STORM Etc l the residence of I nAirriDienevri Her LnSn been shot ALL RIGHTS RESERVED cWOPEIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTEES iiKB ii Poor Mrs Loftns wife of G ffn India is expecting his return dally cS l0 urd to ber and her family She receives > BlHSiVei or his death and the family are ierJSo extremities Writing to a friend of J rienLensop she consents to and l hfdwRbters Nancy a situation and < r Gilmore whose family of daughters rtiivmiEhtrequire a governess On ar La3y Gilmore ahe is son Lord Gilmore in the wood and is mm has 11 wounds Lady Blen wdTtaffWmhl3 cBOWOjyii t lndicote1 and flnds landed younsman ebbing away his lifes w I h < mothers breast l S miiD ivLady Blenkensops So fives Lord Gilmores life A P fMidinal colored tibbons is found near k ffltant tody of the earl and this Lady tofop secretes for further inquiries Dur F Ch ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 8 May 1890

10 Copyrighted 1890 by the Author CHAPTER X COEDS IS THE CAUSE OF A QUARREL Its just awful to > ba children It was Ally who spoke seatod on the wide steps of the old mansion and recklessly digging his heel into a soft spot in the boards Think of it he cried vehomently there thoyve nil cone to the lynching etery nigger on the place and weve cot to stay to home 1 never saw a man rid den on a rail I couldnt go to the cir rus either cause I was sick And now Ive cot to miss this I suppose Cobbs has gone said Allys only listener Ceoll Sally was in the house making a great mess with mo larse candy to console the boys Cobbs and Markbam and half a dozen white men So in case Mitchell cant psrsuado Dawsey to light out they will stop the fun Cobbs said it wouldnt do for me to go like to know why not Now papas away Im the master of the plantation and I had ought to go and keep the peace Cobbs is almost as fussy as Sally What do you think He wont let us go the hog hunt tomor row He touobed Cec...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 8 May 1890

Ti Tero long to become nn impor f i iaJwot wealth to the country t nt jn q nutshe1 the gtory Her njns It is possible in tha c nd I assure you the superlntena tBITMe census is a Tery busy man now Me cst0I l Lt i have omitted something niflcations are so vast extending jte rml section the poUtlcal psMte into every of s thBt it is difficult to dispose of rt ° B M rt in a twocolumn article for a tteiuDje ThB youth Qf the country seniV ought to be Interested in decennial inventories which lWade only at an enormous expense Government end by the employ tti SwllMlly of a11 tno statistical 1e attainalle for the purpose The b ncen u3 will probably cost in the P Sorbood of 10000000 and when f nDleted it will mark another de in the material progress of the trr Before another census year N nironnd the readers of this artiole 1 7 m n and women interested in tte and social future of the re aDd perhaps more appreciative tUuni which t arethisyear April a census furnishes Koiseut P Porter A > OLD ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 8 May 1890

Best 12 PARE AND FIELD Strawberries for Texas A Good liine to Look Alter Them Ecre Bemcdy for Fruit Tree Borers Flantlne Pecan Trees Eomo History of California FrultGrowlnc liest Strawberries for Texas For tho Gazette It oti Dovrniuir we believe who onoe said the Lord could have made a better fruit than the strawborry had he de sired to do bo but doubtless ho never did This Is probably not saving a great deal too much so far as relates to a good strawberry but it will not at all do for application to that fruit in all Its varie ties as grown under all conditions and circumstances A really good straw berry is certainly a really good thins but a strawberry classing oqiy medium as to quality is no great shakes to brag on In the way of delicious fruit while a very inferior strawberry is about as poor nn exouse for fruit as one would be able to find in a long search after fruit that would be sure to carry the majority as something not much to be hankered after As intimated by us in a for...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 15 May 1890

u 5SgT3yft DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO BOOKS CLOCKS CHINA AID SILVERWARE I To Weekly Gazette Subscribers BEGIMING DEC 11889 WEEKLY GAZE7TE12 PAGES ONE YEAR SI25 Ml J I iJ We will distribute the following premiums to subscribers I to the Weekly Gazette the best 12page newspaper pub lished in the South To every fifth subscriber a handsome standard clothbound book To every twentyfifth subscriber a set of silverplated tea Epoons To every onehundredth subscriber a set of silverplated knives or forks To ever tlVOlllindvedth subscriber a set of silverplated knives and forks Toevery fourhundredtJl subscriber a large handsome 8day strike clock solid black walnut handcarved case 24 inches high To ever onethousandth subscriber a genuine china tea set consisting of 56 beautifully decorated pieces To every twothousandth subscriber a magnificent tilting water pitcher 22 inches high 14 inches wide with two handsome goldlined goblets and one slop tray Pitcher frame and goblets are quadrupleplated and ha...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 15 May 1890

The Use Of Harsh drastic purgatives to relieve costive dcs j is a dangerous practice and more liable to fasten the disease on the patient than to euro it What Is needed ts a medicine that in effectually opening the bowels corrects the costive habit and establishes a natural dally action Such an aperient la found In Ayers Pills which while thorough In action strengthen as well as stimulate the bowels and excretory organs For eight years I was afflicted wjurfbn stlpation which at last became sqjfiatlut the deters could do no more fofcfe Then I befan ake Ayers IM05isoon the bowels Giiba regular ar ja 8ral In their movements XaajiowJWiellcnt health Wa H DeU 6 tt et Ont When I feel ta > of a cathartic I take Ayers PlUsifiiw finagLtohe ore Wedtive5 than any offer pill 1 ever took Mrs B a Grubb BSrWillvilie Vs For ySs I hasebeen subject to consti pation and nervous headaches caused by de rangement ot the liver Alter taking various Remedies I have become convinced that Ayers Pills are th...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 15 May 1890

b sli0n H Ulj p w f lovlnir tribute sla and Indigestion and activity thoso organs oftha ease or OTcr exertion bars j ° tcd A single bottle will do XtAratc Its efficacy gile by all Druggists Price eWO per jjj rScicactiK ew Book on Lungs Esatledfrce Address LI raW Stoaieb Philadelphia inapp eo are relaxed Is in such I TTLER CIUgK CONDEMNED lie Main Street Bridge Across Trinity Declared Unsafe the Ite Kasotrr fpllt the Trestle Twisted and tome of the Iron Work Broken All Travel Suspended 3 Hbs lone Iron bridge ncro s the Trinity rlver on North Jlaln street is in a pre cariom eond Ulon and Inst night both approaches rolt wore ropea on while nil day a blx danger slfia stood at each end It vai first noticed yesterday morning tnattttohugo embankment at the south era approach to the bridge was full ot creek and crevices as if the edge ottbe abutment was moving bodily out towards tbe rirer and tbe flooring ot tbe bridge along the upper half was tijjed and twisted all out of shape Investigati...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 15 May 1890

PALACE OF BEAUTY The Texas Spriiig Palace Thrown Open to Admiring TIiwtors vt Its Mu niflcent rSRlendr BivalasiAll Fable dfOriental Grandeur Bower of Bewilderment Governor Adams Eloquent Opening Address Colorado to Texas Crush of Charmed Visitors The Elgin Band A Description ot the IJuilillnc in Its Suulimo Gradeur Another VTorW Tfonder A Snccesstnl Opening A Musical rostlral Tho Texas Spring Palace noir tfia property ol tho public r It wag thrown open yesterday with leant oeremony butunderxrfrcumstances that leave no doubt of tho grand success of the gignntto undertaking It was Fort Worth day Tho poople of Fort Worth turned out en masse to evi dence tholr appreciation of the enter prise One oclock was the time Used npon for the opening of the pates but before that time the people began to gather In knots on the Main street and Jennings nvenue entrances There was a few minutes delay in getting the eates unlooked during which time those knots Increased to immense throngs stretching n...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 15 May 1890

Tlatiatural tree Fruits grams etabl al0 pe8l 0f B rloa Bnd P dBr untrAn attractive map S Jlot l n toitbls exhibit It bean la thei wheat belt The railroad reottr hn Northwest Como and boo ter ° bellerlng Then < eeing ti la Vjhiblt of wheat and corn in in of other products of the scU l There are also several samples tocntf hjdinR stone The interior of of weh a very tastefully arranged tf man countyAbout all that can D i this exhibit at this time is that nftueflnest ever made by anyx jtscceoi other state r n tblg or any waS detailed description to do it jus there are several things connected or are works Utbst lUi and rate skill tiaw the left art that it took to complete paf of the center of the south ltlVhe maio floor and should not be t0 m It a oinple visitor It will described hereafter W conntvThls is unother ex Ihat cannot be adequately described laW TrtVrnph It shows tire rich re SP ntthe banner wheat county of ° or becI has an Individuality and Tx s r about it that will catch ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 15 May 1890

6 THE ASCENSION Discourse of Rev lr Talniage in the City of Brooklyn The Trinmiilial Entrance ol Christ Into Heayen After His Victory Over Sin Death and IlelL lilt Up Your Heads Oh Ye Gates and Be Ye lifted Dp Ye Evcrlastlnz Dears and the Elm of Glory fchall Come In Special to the Gazette Brooklyn If T May 11 Attor reading appropriate passages of Scrip ture and tbe usual prayers and musics oxerolses Dr Talmage preached the fol loRing sermon in the Academy of Musio this morning from tho words Lift up your heaas O ye nates and be ye lifted up ye everlastingdoors and tbe King o glory shall comoin Psalmsxxiv 7 In olaen times when a great conqueror returned from Yctorious war the people m wild transport would take hold of the gates of the city and lift them from their hingesas much as to say This city needs no more gates to defend it since this conqueror has got borne Oft from the hides with the gates Davidwho wa the poet of poets foretells in his own woy the triumphal entrance of Christ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 15 May 1890

BNUMBRATOBS Enumerators lor the Mments o irI5Sc iisuslistrlctoITcxas ElTW a to Counties and the If II Met cnidiviaed Into Enumer Districts stori B weTtf ay lOJobn Kevin PEXlthirf census district for Texas to rfthe the following appointments o W wittflo the work which wil1 Jiioel Tho dUiriet is dl sSP unties and the counties are Tw enumerators districts r lri f numbered and lying in the W GKAlSOXCOCNTr P Boothman farmer Taoa Haralsonbookkeeper 2 j A yorWi ThomaJ Je t Howe mer jTU iion Chiles Reedwood notary Denison 6 late and f T smith low student Denison JisH Dickens collector Denl C TDomssE Davis clerk Tjenl 1011 Jaraei F Pendleton Sherman 9 canvasser t Bisimaker farmer Sherman r n clerk Sherman 11 B rolcman W i 7 Harrington cotton classer Marshall livery 12 f C Xt f 3 W A damson Sherman H Yilliam Levy Sherman Vint therman 15 John Raddy f Bells 16 N T totelweper clerk WMtewiIght 17 William J TdJ i teacher Whltewright 1R 11 Green Kean teacher Ida 0 2H isReast farmer Wbltesboro 21 PC...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 15 May 1890

2621 2311 2886 2932 S00S 3013 3030 3273 3323 3417 3479 3192 355G 3624 3415 3656 3C60 3C82 3742 S743 374C 3959 3971 4000 4001 4003 4026 8 j blutelv Pure SjTWs poTrfler never varies A nianrel of purity Qf S th and wholeoraeness More economical IbmSthc oraioary kinds and cannot ba sold in cotaetltlon with tbe multitude ot lowtest ibcitwelrht alum or phosphate powders Sold only in cans EoYALlUriNoPowDEnCo herUT of Tarran kHcd cf tnl 3 tfctw Notional Bank Jefferson vs Tex Invest Co et ul Jake Johnson vs G C S F Ry Co R E Maddox vs K S Billings et al Traders National bank vs Fore Morphy Co S081 City National Bank vs W L Rail S178 J M Laws vs J P Smith et alTrndors Trndors National Bank vs J P Smith Jobn MuCulloch vs Tex Invest Co et al Jake Johnson vs S H Holmss otal J E Calhoun et al vs J D Reed R H KIrby et al vs C F Es tell et nl J T Hlokey vs John Burns P C Caple vs John A Thorn ton SECOND WEEK MAY 26 City ot Fort Worth vs A M Britton et al Charles Martin vs J B Watklns A J Roe vs R M...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 15 May 1890

liw A BITTER BIRTHRIGHT OR LADY GILMORES TEMPTATION 33TT DORil HX7SSEriL author op F00TPRIXTS IN THE SNOW THE BROKEN SEAL THE TRACK OF THE STORAI Etc ALL RIGHTS RESERVED gflOTil 0F PREVIOUS CHAPTERS i sd n Poor Mrs Loftus wife of Ca India is expecting his return daily siid ii her and her family She receives w Eat of hl5 death and the family are nt > xircmitics Writing to a friend of thro Blfnlensop she consents to find ias kr dstiEburs I ancy a situation and cW tAd < > more whose family of daughters iklX might require a governess On ar < lihf rtudcnce of Lady Gilmore she Is nn trr We mws Iler son Lord Gilmore lias been shot in the wood and is c Tni from his wounds Lady Blen ° Km to the spot indicated and finds lf nVnd d > oung man ebbing away his lifes I doah mother abreast w i i > > iv Lady Blenkensops CSlTVtit es Lord Gilmores life A P i > srrt nai colored ribbons is found near Sfianbent body of the earl and this Lady S JhawP < < for further inquiries...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 15 May 1890

THE BISHOPS VAGABOND medley of yells TEBSO HE boys into the forest at a gen tle pace In December there come days to Ar kansas when the sun seems trying to cheat the earth with tlio delusion that winter is a sham and sprinir already is come Thenthe undiscouraceable grass of the bottom puts forth its tiny Eboots and greens all the plain The willow twigs have a piuk haze as of rising sap and spring time and the clumps of mistletoo scattered through leafiest tree topi the brilliant gloss of holly leaves here and thero and still beautiful verdure of the live oaks relieve tho dreariness of those vast woods of gum and oypress Such a day shed Its gracious warmth everywhere ns Cecil and Ally rode along If there wore no llowors there were gorgeous dogwood leaves still clinging to slender saplings and bloodred swamp backberries and dogwood berries spek llng their network of purple twigs Little did either of the boys notice the beauty about them Hot and angry or coldly angry they trotted over t...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 15 May 1890

If 1 They jdUketoKO jtoUtlT it It wa > < < s wi Well wl I saut to didnt hell not wake jwtyr > mar were not brought tliero t ibv a sense ot the lone night Wynnes that lay before falm Jep ol l ° ne fp from his seat on the door role p with pLet oe eo you lather ho sliJ looked down on him in aston on Its oBD yla < T ho exclaimed watbe Watd ye be doln wi 1 ° L Watyodo fathor replied JeP lather stood for a moment in P evident that the propo tM him nut strike tllE dr > he said at last 1 like tho Well innd 0f it Here mother he tornmc in the doorway of dinner in my pail for Jep oethenipht put Ho f i motLer hurried to the door in wwrt V tl t she exclaimed you me ever heard the like RO mother said Jep c10 Interrupted the man > nm > naturediv Thns no time to lose hee that n harm comes till im about that Jep went that so it cane stwttii 9 father It was a cood l l mile t the breaker and it was quite darKWhto thev reached thoir deatina jTtbev passed the pump engine room tie...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 15 May 1890

I 12 TTJ S SWf WJSg AETER DEATH Weill Known Divines Agree That we Shall Know Each Other All Will bo Clear on That Great Day Drs Talmaare Meredith Deems Greer the Kev Jos Cook Eobert Collier Ecvlvnllst Moody Monilcnor Dncey Chaplain McCabe and Otters GlTe Their Views For the Gazette While the war of creeds is in progress and clergymen of all denominations are taking part in the debato it is a satisfac tion to know that there is one subject upon which all clergymen agree a sub ject that interests the entire human family Shall wo know each other in heaven A large number of well known clergymen have been asked to give their views on the matter and a very interesting symposium is the result Each has eomethmg tc say that is worth reading Bit tauiages opinion ThoRovDr T DoWitt Talmage is one who thoroughly belioves that we shall know eaoh other in heaven provid ing that we have known each other on earth and that if we are fortunate cnoucb to achieve heaven two condi tions that aro in good ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 22 May 1890

DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO The tCAw d fUiijbdaLSat BOOKS CLOCKS CHINA AID r StLVERWAEE Jo Weekly Gazette Subscribers BEGIMM MQ 11889 WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 PACES ONE YEAR SI2S We will distribute the following premiums to subscribers to the Weekly Gazette the best 12page newspaper pub Fshed in the South Toeery fifth subscriber a handsome standard clothbound book To every twentyfifth subscriber a set of silverplated tea spoons To eery Oliehuildvedth subscriber a set of silverplated knives or forks To eery tlVOhundredtJl subscriber a set of silverplated knives and forks To every fourhlilldvedth subscriber a large handsome 8day strike clock solid black walnut handcarved case 24 inches high Toeiery oiiethoiisandth subscriber a genuine china tea set consisting of 56 beautifully decorated pieces To every twothousandth subscriber a magnificent tilting water pitcher 22 inches high 14 inches wide with two handsome goldlined goblets and one slop tray Pitcher frame and goblets are quadrupleplated aud ha...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 22 May 1890

> FOR DYSPEPSIA Ayers SarsapariHa Is an effective remedy as numerous testimo nials conclusively prove For two years I was a constant sufferer from dyspepsia and liver complaint I doctored a long time and to medicines prescribed In nearly every ease only aggravated the disease An apothecary advised xne to use Ayers SarsapariHa I did so and was cured at a tost of 5 Since that time tt has been my family medicine and sickness has become a stranger to our household I bellere It to IM the best medicine on earth F F McNulty Hackman23 Summer at Lowell Mass FOR DSBILLtV Is a certa nates In great suftei blood and so reduced Sass panlla e wheftShe complaint orlgl erlslfeV blood I was a lng that I dl low condition of the illty becoming finally unfit for work Noth complaint helped ma o much as AJJsVs srJjjtsaparilla a few bottles of which reiifcred rnexUhealth and strength I take ereflf opportunity to recommend this medclne3h similar case C Etick 14 F Main sjjjphllllcothe OiB oR ERUPTIONS And...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 22 May 1890

I UtfOB AND CAPITAL piscomse of liev Ur Talmage in theGitybf Brooklyn l iUrAbsorbigffguestloiioI the Day Capital vs LoW IJiscussed from the Enrplfc ye VVoua tbat en Enonla Do t0 trtjuo Too P ° l0D ETenSoJiJ Them The Old Flcht to Bo settled > TIIE SERMON lK TXJfS ItotheGaiette BBoon > N Mav 18 The Tabernacle cocgresation till worshipping In the denn of Muslo but espectB next jjmter to have the mpjn auditorium I the new tabernacle readyfar use In Holding of services After tre usual trtimnarj exercises this morniftg Dr ijlinaKe preached on The OW Fight to t Settled from the text Whatsoever Tewould that men should do to you do Lren < > > them Matt vii12 Wwsls lhe sermon in full Tiro hundred and fifty thousand labor in Hyde Park London apd the i rfets of American and European cltfdr tf workmen Klsdwitb processions carry L tanuers brings the subject of labor a jpital to the front That all this jidone tn peace and that as a result arbitration c3Iy places has taken tscetian °...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 22 May 1890

f n Mim i r m i w v runzisnzD etcvt thvhsdj1 3T THE DJtuociuLX ruvLiamxG comtaat rublWiers n Troprieton RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO MAIL EUB6CRIBEB3 Pcitate Prepaidfg PuMkftsrsi milt WZEIIT One year iio M Oneyear 1 FlxmonUn 6tneix months J Three months 00 Three monthi 40 fceKDAT Gazette lyear 00 emonths H 00 S months 60 cents TSTAXXABLY Rl ASVA3CS DAILY Delivered in the city by carriers attl rer month or 2S cents per week SEnb crib rs wishing their address changed from one pistofllce to anothermust Rive the olG sddrcss as well as the new orthe change cannot tcmsde ALL PtftTZrASTEXS tn toe Plat 22L ° < to U EuHwipHorf tn THE GAZETTE LIBERAL OtmmsSIQhSALLOWED Writ < o nn an omple copies REMITTANCES byTMraft check postofflce money order or registered letter can be sent at ccrrisk All other ihnracter of remittances at tenders risk Silver can be sent f rcgisteredlctter All checks money orders etc must be mads TsysbletoTHg GAZBTTE Woman is making her way on the water an well ai on ther...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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