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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 5 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES 2, 3, 5, 6~ ^ND~U. ? 1 ILUi U ii m mi (Continued from Fourth Page.) There Is no aristocracy la Turkey. The state Is autocratic, not aristocratic. All subjects, however humble their or? igin, aVe eligible to the highest offices In the state. Slaves are the only le? gally subordinate class. Manumitted slaves and persons of the lowliest ori? gin often attain the highest positions." FOREIGN PROTECTION IN TUR? KEY. Under the capitulations foreigners re? siding In Turkey art; under the laws of their respective countries and are amenable for trial to a tribunal presid? ed over by their consul. Foreigners j who own real property are amenable to the Ottoman civil courts relative to ?eir lauded property. Cases between relgners and Turkish subjects are tried In the Ottoman courts, a drago? man, or Interpreter, of the foreign con- | Bulnte being prcsi'itt to see that the law Is properly cnrrled out. If the decision I be against tho foreigner his consulate executes t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 5 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES 2, 3, 5, 6, AMD 1!. RALLY OF LEAGUES Bishop Alpheus W- Wilson Will Bo Present A ?rrnt Unilirrlne: of Kpnnfili ?.?iigUtirM Called Tor A|?rll 1/1??.. 'Jlie nimm ultiiril r.cime mil A grand rally and mans meeting of, the Seaside Union of Epworth Leagues of this section will he held in Monu? mental M. B. Church, Portsmouth, on Friday evening, April 21st, at 8 o'clock. The occasion will be ono or unusual Interest to the league workers In Tide waiter Virginia. The special committee delegated by th" union to arrange for nil mass meetlngH, is now preparing a program of music that for attractive? ness will surpass nil previous efforts. JPhe vory best talent In th- three cities ha? been engaged und the selections tendered will bo of the highest order. It I? desired that all leh leagues ol Norfuik, Portsmouth, Berkley und the country udjuccnl In' Invited to attend, each in a body, and bring tholr ban? ners with them. Atopie accommodation will he provided tor I hem....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 5 April 1899

THE NEIWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL RALEIGH'S DAILY NEWSBUDGET A Decision in the Public Printing Case. ACAINST THE PLAINTIFF Appeal From .fudge Brown's Decis? ion to the NuprPDin Court WotoU Rlvnl Knlnry Clnlm* to lie Adjuill <n t cii s( ii dl du. Out llio Rnvrnno iinil Jlncliluory Acts -1 Ire nt Know HII t-H mid for U Ail itixut. Rnlelgh, N. C, April 4.?Judge Brown yesterday rendered his decision in the public printing case. After considering the pleadings, af? fidavits and arguments of counsel the court considers-. 1. That there Is no cause of action elated in the pleadings against Ed? wards & P.roughton and Uz/.ell. 2. That plaintiff Is not entitled to a mandamus against Clyde K. lloey and h'ls associates, former members of joint Ceinmittee on Printing. 3. That, If plaintiff has any remedy for the alleged breach of contract it is by act, or against State for damage to ho prosecuted in the court appointed by law. ?!. That this proceeding canno...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 5 April 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS . OF VIRGINIA. AND GOSSIP Senator Daniel on Election of Senators by People. AGAINST PRIMARY PLAN Hit Attllmlo Keiinrrted n* One ol Op? position to tlio Movement, Tnottffli Qnollfletl-Location ot Schools For Tooahori-Iinporlanl Military Or? der Expoctcd-'? tie Bast of Fitx i.ee ?Tue Snow Fall. (Special to Vlrginlan-Pllot.) Richmond, Va., April 4.?The Inter? view published in the Dispatch this morning, in which Senator Daniel de? clared against a primary plan of choos? ing a Senatorial candidate so far as making such a plan' apply to all the Counties, created the greatest interest fare. It would not he correct to state that the views expressed by the Senator created surprise. These who oppose the movement have all along claimed he also opposed it. Those In sympathy with it have feared so and, almost, knew so. They do not regard tho Sen? ator's attitude as any other than one of opposition to the movement, though Qualified. It Is pointed out that it is...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 5 April 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT. PETERSBURG. Mrs. Glazier, a Highly Respected Lady, Paralyzed. Member of n Terribly Afflicted Fnuil ly Undly Hum od- Jaule? Grand I non Kol Identified an Sir. Bronn'd A<ntiliaut Cmii-ncts .\vt aided, -''?'--'?::*r-? Petersburg, Va., April 4.?Mrs. Theo Oore Glazier, an aged and highly re? spected lady, residing near the south? ern end of Halifax street, was stricken with paralysis Sunday morning, one side o'f her body being affected. She had retired to bed the night before In her usual good health. About 7 o'clock yesterday morning, when a member of the family entered her room, site com? plained of feeling ill. and asked that a cup of coffee be brought to her. Im? mediately afterwards she became speechless from an attack of paralysis. AN" AFFLIGTED FAMILY. Miss Ida Chance, aged lil years, one of the three remaining members of the family itt which six or seven deaths oc? curred so rapidly from pneumonia dur? ing the winter, w...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 5 April 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS CHRONICLES OFJNTEREST Portsmouth, The Beautiful City By the Sea. FOUND HERE AND THERE lilt' t.ntOSt If upiM'ii iliui III (lio (111 mill County I'rcHcnlcil In 4'onrlnc t'orm For llio C ?liUc:xtion of Vir? Clnlnii?riIol Itviidorn Here mill Klucwtiore ? Gomip For l'copic Who Drxlro to KcctJ I'OhfoiI. Capt. R. I?. Tllghman, of the Third Alabama Infantry, Is the guest of his brother, Mr. W. B. Tllghman, No. 415 Queen street. i ? Isy Coleman, tin nged colored wo? man, who has been a resident of the city for 12 years, made application to the Mayor yesterday morning to be sent to the almshouse. She Is sick and un? able to earn a living for herself. One prominent contractor of the city says he has $:;0,0C0 worth of improve? ments on hand, and in sight. Mr, B. L. Howell publishes the In? formation that he has on hand a num? ber of fancy dressed bricks for orna? menting graves, etc. See ids ad. The entertainment which was to have been given last night a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 5 April 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCH NEWS H ADVERTISEMENTS ?_[Continued.] CEMETERY THIEVES. It seems to bo utterly Impossible to prevent thieving In the cemeteries. No matter how close the watch maintained by itho keepers, or how attcntlvo to their duties they may be. There is a general complaint that vases, flowers and small bric-a-brac placed In the burial lots, or upon the graves of the beloved departed, are stolen, almost us soon as left there. A well- known business man said yester? day that three weeks ago he put a nice flower vaiso upon a grave In his lot, and two days later when he went to replace the flowers he found that the vase had disappeared. He left the flowers, and when he carried a vase to put them In he found the flowers gone. Ladles and gentlemen who suffer through these depredations say that one of the thieves should be caught and without fear or favor given the fullest extent of the law, so as to make an example which would deter others from such conduct. RE AI.. ESTATE TRANSFERS. A...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 5 April 1899

Review of the Markets, Shipping News and Real Estate Business. REYEIW OF MARKETS New York, April 4.?Stock trading to? day was very sensitive and moved Ir? regularly. After a wild and high open? ing for many stocks realizations of uc tlve interests and depressing efforts on the parj of the professionals tended to produce recessions, particularly in the active specialties, which of late have uttn'ined the largest advances. .The traffle agreement between Third avenue and Manhattan produced a large ad? vance in both of those properties at the opening. Third avenue rising 6 and Manhattan 3 points. This brought about es tensive realizing and the stocks grad? ually receded, Third Avenue losing S on the day and Manhatton half much. Metropolitan lost 3',i, although ] at one time It was down 9V-i on liquida? tion induced by the combination of the | oval companies. Talk of brisker hos? tilities iu the trade war left Sugar 6| points down. The suit to restrain the Brooklyn Transit from leasing a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 6 April 1899

B^t 1U nil Ii 11 ii ,,,.\ If i j if ? ? ? ' I n i m 111 iu H' II" *^ f 1*3 Pages l 1 IN TWO PARTS. t VOL.. III?NO. 5. NOKFOLK, VA? THURSDAY, APRIX 6, 1899?TWELVE PAG-ES* l THE MOST LOCAL-NEWS I and the best of it in the VlR- f GiNiAN-PiLOT. That's why E | you see so many people read- | i mg the VlRGlNlAN-PlLOT. Till? EE CENTS PEIl COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE }co^^ General Antonio Luna Said to Have Succeeded Him, CHARLESTON FIRED UPON Tbc Ken Commander in ? hiol of tin PtliplUOS Dril l i ill it U1 111 l ml; n Typical BclllKoreut?Commissions I'vurlixiiinl Ion Itcgurilcd n<t n Poli? tic Uociimoilt- Aguiiinlilo Hii r Niibiuit to ihelnuvltnble?Unffnpitn I'oiiibitriled. (By Telegraph to Virginia-Pilot.) Manila, April 5.-0:20 p. m.?There are persistent rumors to-day that Agulnal do, the Insurgent leader, litis been sup Dlanted in the control of Fllinino af? fairs by General Antonio L>una, com nmnder-ln-chlef of the Filipino forces. Luna is de...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 6 April 1899

THE NE)WS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE FIVE AND SIX vu anted. WANTED. ? A GIRL (FOR GEN cral house work, ami- also a Ut'lor 068 to work on lino custom vc-sts. 412 W. Highland avonw._ It \ \jrANTED.-A BOY 14 TO 18 YEARS v? years of ago tk> learn the dry goads Inis'iiess and mnke himself generally use nil. Address "BOY," caro Virerlnian l'Mot._ op6-3t* WANTED. ? YOUNG 1,ADY WITH experience aa cashier and assistant bookkeeper. Address DRY GOODS, oaro V Irgl nlan-Pllot. :ip:-tr t \r A NTED. ? A TOUNO MAN TO t > invent small amount of money in pood business nnd ?work on salary. Ad di ss A, M., this office. npl-3t WANTKH. ? 1000 MEN TO PtTlT chnso our special $1.W Derby, equal to f2.ro hat sold l>v Others. T. L. ST 11A \v - HAND ,<t CO., IM Main street, Stevens' i i.-i Slum!. mhl4-tf boarders. rr K HOME.?EVERYTHING NEW ? and clean, table board iu.oo: board uml room W.00 per week. 421 and 423 i hurch street. FLKASANT FURNISHED BOOMS, with or wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 6 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES 2,3,5, 6, and ii" WEATHER REPORT. Washington, April 5. Forecast for Thursday: Fur Virginia: Fair Thursday: possi? bly rain Thursday night and Friday; fresh oast to northeast winds. For North Carolina: Showers Thurs? day, with warmer in eastern portions'; probably rain Friday; fresh easterly winds. Norfolk nnil Vicinity* WEATHER F< >RECAST*'f< >R TO-DAY. Warmer, with increasing cloudiness; fresh north, shifting to cast winds. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL AN!) HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature. 4S Minimum temperature. 36 Normal temperature. 51 Departure from normal .minus 12 Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st.minus 133 i Rainfall In past lit hours. 0' Rainfall since 1st of month.24 Mean humidity. VC j r?.H??fcii'! '- '"; CALENDAR. Sun rises 5:12 a. m.; sets 0:2.2 p. TIDES. Norfolk': High water 5:.r,0 a. m., r.: 12 p. m.; low water 0.00 a. m., 12.00 p. m. Old Point: High water 5:20 a. in., 5:51 p. m.: low water 11:30 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 6 April 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?by THE? (Virginian And pilot publishing COMPANY. LOfifOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT (Consolidated Mnrch, 1S33.) Entcied at the Postofflco at Norfolk, Va.. ua second-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. , CITY BALL AVENUE. norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A. H. GRANDY, President; W. OLK NN AN. Vlcc-Piesldent; W. WILKINSON, Treasurer; JAM KS E. AL? LEN, S&cretary. BOARD OK DIRECTORS: A. II. Grandy, M. C.lennnn. L. I>. Starke. Jr.. 0. W. Sbelion. It W. Shultlce. James L. Allen. 1). F. Donovan. Til Kill. CBSTN I'lCR COi'T. subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers by carriers In Norfolk and Vicinity Portsmouth. Berkley, Suffolk West Norfolk. Newport News. Tor 10 cents per week payable to tho carrier By mail, to any place lit tno United Bintcs. postage free: l>AB,Y,oun year - ss.oo ?* M* month* - - - 3.on " lltree ihnuIIh - - i.'tO " ?>!!?? iiionttt - ? ? ?so ADVERTISING IIATKS: Adverllse rr.ents Inserted a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 6 April 1899

THE NEWS ?F NORFOLK ON PAGES 2, 3, 5. 6, ?NDlT Makes the food more delicious and wholesome BOVAt caxih- rOWDEa ^O.. M>" VtWK. COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W- B- MARTIN, (Exclusively for Vlrginlan-Pllot.) SUPERVISORS MONTGOMERY COUNTY V. tai.I.ANT. Supreme Court of Appeals ot Virginia, February li, 181)0. CAPITAL EMPLOYED BY MER? CHANTS IN THEIR BUSINESS 1S EX KM PT F R O M TAXATION EITHER BY THE STATE Oil j COUNTY. This was an appeal from the decree of the Circuit Court of Montgomery county. Tho facts sufficiently appear from tlu: opinion of the court. The court says: The question presented by this rec? ord is, as to the power of the Board of Supervisors ot Montgomery county to assess for taxation for county, school anil district purposes ihe capital of a merchant in his mercantile business. It is conceded that, for county pur? poses the Supervisors can only levy tnxes upon such properly as is assess? e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 6 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES 2, 3, 5, 6, AND 11. COURTS YESTERDAY VV, J- Judkins Convicted of Forg? ery and Larceny. Win Probated ? Omrter* Granted? court of l.nn iiuti ChuMrcry?Wcul limit Store NoHl ? I'etlllou m Itnttkrttptcy, In the Corporation Court yesterday, Fred. Portlock qualified before Judge Hanckcl as administrator of Willis Portlock, under a bond of ?-.'?. with Jt. G. L. Page BS surety. London Jcssup, IL R. Smith, W. N. Land, .lames White and R. O. L. Page were appointed ap? praisers. Thomas McCluse, colored, charged "With larceny, was acquitted. W. J. Judkins was tried in this court lind sentenced to two years in the pen? itentiary for forgery and larceny. Judkins, alias Jenkins, is from North Carolina. He came here last January and presented forged bills of lad,:.;:, showing that he had made shipments Of cotton to several Norfolk linns, Upon these forged papers ho secured ad? vances in money from the firms, but the J. W. Perry Company became sus? picious and had Judkin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 6 April 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NOKTl I STATE AND ITSCAPITAL, RALEIGH'S DAILY EWS BUDGET Seaboard' Air Line Will Not Wait to Build. THE SOUTHERN MOVING Interesting .Hoves on tlio Railway Clit'i'ltcr ISoard ?Temporary Konto to Florida Via, Clinton, S. C.-'Hip Konttiern MiikluK Up to Fingier? 'I lie Now Crnuberry ICoud Ilticlicri hy I lie wild ami sj- ii ill cud'. Raleigh, N. C, April 5.?It was learn? ed on authority yesterday that 'he Seaboard Air Line has drawn plans for ten new fast train engines, Instead of eight as stated In yesterday's paper. It is expected that tho order for them will be placed In a few days. They will be powerful locomotives, of the most approved pattern and highest speed. l or these engines five new vestibule trains will be built. The drawings und Bpecillcatlons for these have also been made, but the contract lias not yet been r. v. n nut. Each train will consist of one full mail car, a baggage and express car and two passengers coaches. Of course, en each of these tia...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 6 April 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND" OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP New Union Depot to Be Con? structed. OFFICIALS ARE RETICENT Chcinpenks und Ohio und Richmond, Petornburs: ?n?l ( nrnllnn Itnllwny ? oTii pniilea Rench nn Viiderntniul Ins-Tlio Goteruor Koturns?.11lit" lar.y Matter*?The aiorltz>llecltor Cote?A Drltlil>!ncques(, (Special to Virginlan-Pllot.) Richmond, Va., April 5.?It la stated to-day aemi-ofucially that tho negotia? tions .between the Chesapeake & Ohio, and Richmond, Petersburg and Caro? lina Railway Companies looking to the construction of a union depot In this city, have been completed, and that the depot will be built by the two roads. There seems no reason to doubt the accuracy of this statement. Tho ofll cials of the two roads when asked to confirm or deny It, would not discuss the matter, but they admitted that matters had now reached a stage where success seemed extremely likely. Mr. Decatur Axtell, second vice-pres? ide...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 6 April 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT. PETERSBURG. Military Companies Mustered Out are Reorganizing. Tho Flipper <;iinr<In, Colored, Ilnvo Reorgnulzcd nixl tho Petersburg Greys Will Do So ? Hymeneal ? Brevities^ Petersburg, Va,, April r>.?A meeting will be held on next Monday night to re-organi/.e tho Petersburg preys, which company was honorably muster? ed out-of the service of the United Slates army a few months ago. It is uhderstood that quite a large number ot young men have signified their in? tention to become members of the new company which Is to be -reorganised. There should be at least two or three White military companies in Petersburg, and it is to be hoped that our citizens Will do all In their power to encourage a revival of the military spirit here. THE FLIPPER GUARDS. Company I). Klipper Guards, (color? ed) of this city, which was mustered out of the service of the United States army a short time ago. was rc-organlss eil la...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 6 April 1899

RQgTSMQUTH LOCAL SMEWS ?ND ADVERTISEMENTS OF MTEREST Portsmouth, The Beautiful City By the Sea. FC SxW iiZRH AND THERE ???< tl ;.;? "llIU" III ?Bo t'lty a ,,it., no S'rrsoMtoU l?t CoII?IMC ; itnti r'nr "?<? K?II0ci?flem ?>' Vir? gin lit ii-t't I il lt?iiUors Her? ninl i:i>ewliurst - 4Ji>k*I|? For People W ho Desire it> Keep Po.stctl. Tli re will be a meeting of the Wo n , . u'n on Missionary Society of Nor? folk, V rtsmoutli aria Berkley Thursday nfj rn n, April Gth. at 4 o'clock, with the i ntrnl Avenue Church, Atlantic City. Mr. C. I". Adams, senior member of the lirm of Animus & Btherldge, was out yesterday after a two months' Ill? ness. Mr. Louis Marshall, of Pauquler county, who Is visiting bis s<>n. capt. R. C. Marshall, in Middle street, was taken suddenly ill ut an early hour yes? terday morning. Doctors were sum? moned and made the sufferer as com fotable as possible. He was ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 6 April 1899

News by Telegraph, Continued From Page six WATCHING ITALY Jealous of Attempt to Secure San Mun Bay. THE MARQUIS ITO TALKS Japan'* Greatest Nimcsmnii .Sbjh a I'nrtltloii ?r C liliiuWonUI beluevlt nblo If tlii?tt'otiulryPcrsl*tc<l In lm Frrionl Kump of Action?A Chap? ter or IttisNlau Outrages Im the Flowery Kingdom. CBy Telegraph to Vlrutnlnn-TMlot-l Vancouver. B. C, April 5.?Advices from the Far East brought by the steamer Empress of Japan, Indicate that Japan has watched with Jealous eyo Italy's recent attempt to get lease of San Mun Hay. The Japanese I press recently circulated a report that | the United States was demanding con? cessions also. MARQUIS ITO TALKS. Marquis Ito, Japan's greatest states? man, was interviewed on the subject, but said ho was not much concerned at the reported American demand, con? tending that nothing be reared, as all countries held the same rights as fat as settlements were concerned. Mar? quis lto lias, however, been in direct communication...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 6 April 1899

Review oe the Markets, Shipping News and Real Estate Business. REVEIW OF MARKETS New York. April "..?The market was lircry irregular to-day, violent fluctua? tions being frequent. Sharp recessions appeared early. The market rallied ?with a burst of strength in the rail? ways in the hope <u" a favorable crop report. A sensational rise occurred in cull money, as high as 16 per c< lit. being exacted for loans oh Industrial collater? al and later 15 per cent, was reach d even on railways. Tue greater part ol the day bans were much below this figure, although it was quite general to charge a higher rate on industrial col? lateral than on that of railways. In? tensive liquidation followed the appi tr? ance of the highest money rat-, s ? far this season! There wer.- many breaks of from 2 to 4 points from the highest quotations of the day, but stocks re? covered on covering and ?! p< r Cl nt. money at the close, leaving the list slightly above yesterday's fi...

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