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VOLJZrtBIBti SERIES j' ''rfefe 8AUSBUET, N. C.i HOVEHBER 2. 1882. i ; -- : J J - j ; V ; fiJs:f:!.
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The Carolina Watphman,
STABUSHJ:d in the ybak leas.
iicEg $1.50 is Advance.
mi mi!K nrn rnidIT i
eivinir erodnii btTore the advance of Una ;
conquering sK'ciflc, and old fashioned
ideas in reiaiSl to depletion as a means or i
cure, havel tfeen quite exploded by the ;
' euccesa of Ith great renovant which tone9 i
the system tranquilizer the nerves, neu
tralizes malaria, depurates and enriches
the blood, rouses the liver when dormanti
juid proraotesja regular habit of body.
geuciuijr. - -
J. Uhobes impWrft:, Tres't. Wm.C. COART.Sec'y.
; Hoiue Patronage.
StriiEi Prlpl, ReliaWe, 'Literal!
Term policial written on Dwellings. ?
Premiums pablc Ohc-half cash and bal
ancu in tw-etve'Jiuimtl.s.
J. itLEN BROWN
SCHOOL SUPPLIES '
i i NOVELS AND
ERROIS OP YOUTH. .
AUkntlema who suffered for jeara from
Nervous DtyJti itv, Premature Decay,
nd all the effects 6f youthful indiscretion, will
for the gake of siHering humanity, send free to
all -who need it, Jjre recipe and direction for
making the siniile reraed by which he was
ucred. Sufl'trer.4 wrishing to profit bj the ail
vertiaera experience can do bo by addresningin
'perfect con fid uale. JOilNj B. OGDEN,
! --. ,20:ly ' edarSt.. New York
s'MEMESIBER THE DEAD!
i! MONUMENTS TOMBS,
GREAT! REDUCTION !
! IN THE PIIIOKS OF )
Marbh Vcatuants'aad Gravs-Stones of
I cordially inf ite the public generally
to an,iuspectjo(iof my Stock and Work;
I fccFjustiuctfrfy asset ting that my past
cxpovientt) utuki- first-class workmen ih
all the ncvyestlltiiil ntodent styles, and
that the woikiilauship is equal o any of
the best in tho (country. I do not say
that my work isupciiorto all olhcis. 1
am reasonable,! ill not exaggerate in or
dcrlto accotnpltsji a Rale. My endeavor is
to please and gte each customer the val
M of every Qol:r 'they' leave with uie.
PRICES 35 to 50 Per Cent CHEAPER
than ever offe ed in this town before.
Ctll at once or Kend for pVice list ami de
signs. Satisfaction guarant'd or no charge.
The erection Iff marble is the last work
t f respect wb?ci we pay to the memory
of 'departed fi iends. --'
("' . JOtlN S. HUTCHINSON.
Salisbury; XC, Nov. i, 1881.
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1 thlS daV lisshll7rti'l t.ir innluul nnnjnn.
I return my sincere than'ks to a generous
public for the liberal patronage bestowed
pon me duringlthcjast l?i years, and re
tPftfully askT'all persons indebted to the
nrm to call at ORce and make settlement,
i 1 he business iU be continued by my
7f Partntrs,!Samuel Taylor and W. S.
lackmer, and sak'for them the same lib
eral patronage bestowed upon the old firm.
TiFT1 ?'r my sp'cndid Brick Store,
JtU.ng HouscXand Four building lots for
1 V-i-1 ! I ll- K- C1UWFORD.
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A Few Plain and Practical Qncs-
(ions ior me vime meu 01
I North Carolina
1" From the Charlotte Journal,
Who robbed you of you relate gov
ern men !he ;
W lib ktole the Presidency
Whotstole the taxes of your peo
W ho s tole the "Freed man's Bereau"
money . i '
1 Who Stole the millions jof ''Staf
Route" moneys? p' .
Who iletl up millions of Public
Debt? ! - ' ' I '
Who sent Kirk and his Cutthroats
on you t I
Who jmade Old Cloud a Judge?
Who put bayonets at your polls?
Who J bribed your legislatures and
Congress? i I
W ho j placed ignorant negroes in
power over you ? '
Whoj sent the Revenue; Raiders
here ?! . I !
Wholmade the Whiskey Rings ?
Wholtaxed your coffee and your
Who taxed your dram auu your to
bacco ? j ' I -
Who j has oppressed you jwith sec
tional laws ? ! I
. - Who has elected sectional Presi
dents? 1 ) I
Whojhas kept up sectional hatred
for years for political ends?
Who malign you yet and speak
evil of you ?
Wliojseut the lying carpet-bagger
Whoj has had partisan political
judges? 1 . :
Whojhas kept thieves and robbers
Who'-has had drnnken Judges and
drtinken Presidents ? " j
Whose cabinet officers have requir
Whojwants a third term ?
Whojhas clamored for a empire ?
Whojhas championed "Fraud' in
all elections? i H
Who! first invented "Returning
Boards'f? ' !
Whoj squander the people's money
for corrupt purposes?
Whoihas made political corruption
and base bribery their policy; and-their
success ? j .
Who, fathers the illegitimate politi
cal child ?
What party is composed chiefly of
traitors ana deserters irom an raiiKsr
Wha party has had its cabinet
officers I and President convicted of
infamous acts ? ;
What party has legislated against
the poor man iu favor of the rich at
Whafj party built up the Credit
What "christian statesman com
What party deserve the everlasting
evecratiou oi honest men every
"The Federal Court has appointed for
some precincts Federal supervisors. Their
duty is t watch the proceedings, and if
they see anything improper to ieport it
to tne conrt. rney navo a n?iu co oe
inside the room where the ballot boxes
are and to witness the voting and the
counting without aujrinterference. But
they have no right to interfere nor to
arrest anybody. They are only to use
their eyes and to make report.
There ..are but three llads in jthe Geor
gia Legislature' and two of then) are dar
keys. Fibr once they got the H6u' share
of the spoils. Wil. Star.
- Dr. Mott went to Granville and put a
third ticket in the field, although there
was a regularly nominated Republican
ticket in the field. He is a terrible fel
low that pr. Mott. lie sets up and knocks
dowu. Who made him the Radical boss of
North Caroliua.--Wilmington Star,
Jay Hawk Hubbell demanded 2 per
cent, of blackmail of George H. Helm,
postmaster at Rocky Mountr (Virginia.
George H. is an old line Republican. He
scut Jay llawk $20 in Confederate. The
case was reported to Bass Billy. Helm
has been jrenioved. A clear case of Rali
cal civil service reform .-j- Wil Star.
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The tircensboro Patriot says: Mr.
Connett who offered the Prohibition reso
lution iu jthe Republican Convention Sat
urday, was heard to sayi with cleuched
teeth, as 1e walked out of the court house
"I endorse Judge Dick :"MI havei follow
ed the Republican flag through dust and
heat and! have supported it faithfully,
but if that banner must! have a barrel
or a still house for a motto it no longer
floats over me." j
The country Republican press,! says the
Albany Journal (Uep.) is heard from this
week, and its verdict upon the election
result is tery clearly worded. Too much
Hubbellistu, too much Cauierouism, too
much Robe8onism, tool mucli . Steve
French isin, too much Dorsey ism that is
the essence of their opinion.
Aud we nOto that the i people of the
other Northern States are of the same
opiuion with the Ohieans. The intelli
gent peope of this Union are neither fools
nor slaves j nor are they so dishonest
themselves as to submit tamely to the
rule of public niunderersL Thefcorrnnt
leaders ofj the Republican party must
Got. Jarvig and the ScnatorsLlp;
The Greensboro Patriot having pnbj
lished a report that there lis was a plot
to defeat Ransom for the Senatorship
and asked the question whether Gov;
Jar vis was in the plot, the Governor
writes the. following letter :
Editor Daily Patriot: I have reacl
with no little indignation your paper
bf the 20th inst. I was j not brought
up in a school of falsehood and du
plicity and have I never resorted to
these mean devices in politics. I have
never dealt otherwise than openly and
candidly with the people of NortH
Carolina, and I denounce the jmpu-j
tation contained in the sentence, "Gov.
Jarvis himself claims iipt to be acan
didate against Ransom, but there are
strong suspicions to the contrary," as
slanderous and unjust.. When I want
to' be a candidate for any position. I
have the manhood to say so. Had I
desired or expected to be a candidate
for United States; Senator, I would
have gone openly to the' people with
my claim if I had any. j I have not
4ne so, because the idea of being a
candidate has never entered my head,
or the desire of my heart. I have
time andr again stated that I was not
and did not intend to be a candidate.
No human being" has ever heard me
intimate a contrary-purpose.
In my opinion it is neither to the
interest of the Democratic party or
Senator Ransom, for his special cham
pions to be constantly beating around
for an opponent. They may after a
while stir up one that will give both
; I have taken, and expect to contin
ue to take, an active part in this can
vass, because I do not believe it to be
the interest of the people of North
Carolina that the present enemies of
the Democratic party shall get control
of the legislature. I know that there
has been a rapid growth in the mate
rial interests of the State in the last
few years under the beneficent laws
and wise administration of the Dem
ocratic party. I also know something
of the purposes and the ability of pres.
ent administration to push this mate
rial development to a still higher de
cree of excellence unless thwarted bv
a hostile legislature. I have great
hopes for our State under good laws
and wise government, such as I be
lieve the Democratic party is alone
able to give. The man that links
his name inseparably with the mate
rial and educational interests of the
State will, in my opiuion, not only
best serve the State, but will leave a
name for himself that will live long
in the hearts of the people. I have
trided to do what I could to advance
this material interest, because I be-,
lieved I was serving the best interest
liL. , 1 - 1 . I -
oi tue peopie, anu not oecause l was
Seeking a seat in the Senate. If my
activity in these matters or my efforts
to keep the State government in the
hands of the party that has brought
around the present rapid development
of the material and educational inter
ests of the State aud that will contin
ue to push these great intetests on
ward and upward, creates "strong sus
picions" that I am a candidate for the
Senate, then I shall have to rest un
der suspicion till time shall relieve
me. Very respectfully,
Thos. J. Jarvis.
Raleigh, N. C, Oct. 21, 1882. !
! We again warn our Democratic
fritnds not to trade with the enemy.
The Republicans want to save Fogle
and Houser, and to secure votes for
them are willing to vote for any of
our candidates to get a vote lor these
men. Watson is safe, Wilsou is safe,
Mast is safe and all of our ticket is
safe if none of them are traded off.
Stand firm, do your duty and don't
trade, aud we will elect the whole
ticket. Winston Sentinel.
We give the above in order to give
the Democratic readers of this paper
a hint of the ways which will be tried
in the approaching election. Our can
didates are too safe everywhere to ad
mit of any trading, i
What too Much Whisky Did.
Winnepeg, October 26. A man nam
ed Archie McDonald, of Real Portage,
was shot through the heart in the Cal
edonia hotel late last night by one
Robt. D. Garvin, said to be from the
State of Georgia, aud only three days
in the city fromthe South, where lie
was a locomotive engineer. The trag
edy was the result of a drunken quar.
rel. ine police took the murderer in
custody at once and lodged him iu
iGen. T. L. Clingnaaii reached the
city yesterday, ou his jway to Lin-
colnton and Shelby, where he speaks
to-day and to-morrpw. He and his
young inend loi. urn. Johnston
took a stroll together. The General
is! looking as young and hearty as
ever, but complains somewhat of
A Pleasant uin. - umn the Way j the Money 1RR9 ! 1
A traveler in Norway last summer,
came to a tillage early one morning, and
was much struck b jthe feeliig of sad
ness which1 seemed to be all through the
streets. Not being able to1 speak a word
of their language, Jbe could, not ask the,
cause of tike sadness, tint concluded that
sickness enrol her terrible trouble hadbe-
fallen the t
iilmbiraiitii. As! the daywore
on to nooii,
lie not iced that all theiiouscs,
l laces of business were closed.
No trade of business of nnv kind seemed
to be 1 goinjg on. It certainly must be
death, f . jj
Presently he saw the people gathering
for a funeral. ''There were ths officers,
the noblemen from the neighborhood, and
it seemed tjii him every man, woman and
child in thfe village; It must be some
much loveitj minister or well known offi
cer, he thought.
As ho stood watching the crowds pass
ing down the little street, he caught sight
of a German whom ho knew, and beckon
ing to him, he said :
'What great man is dead?"
"Not a anno. Ah, no. It is only a
young girl j'.wiio is ovuu. wo, sue was
not beautiful nor l ict. But, oh ! such a
pleasant girl, sir ! All the World seem
darker, now that sle is dead."
Is it not so, dear young friends, that it
is not the smartest, the prettiest the best
dressed among your compaious whom
you think of with most pleasure and love;
but perhaps some plain little girl, whose
warm heart never allows her to say a
wrong word in a wrong placet
PIcasaut girls usually grow up pleasant
women. Aud it is thej"pleasant women"
who is everywhere the favorite. Any
woman, lowever ioor or ngly, may be
one of tAeui, but she must first be candid,
honornole, unselfish and loving. If she
is theie, the world will be better and hap
pier or every day of her life, and, as in
the case of this poor Norwegian, it will
"scan darker when she is dead."
"When to Curry the Mule.
The practice on many plantations of
turning mules, wet with the sweat of the
day's work, into the lot is a careless slov
enly one which should be abandoned.
Few planters allow their mules to go
to walk iu -the morning without being
curried, and yet it is common to see them
put up at night with wet aud often mud
dy coats. Let the hostler wh is in the
habit of thus treating his mules, try the
treatment on himself. Suppose a man
should j habitually sleep in the clothes
in which he has worked during the day
wet as they will often be witk perspira
tion, or perhaps with rain, wuhout add
ing other covering as the nights grows
cold. How long would he survive the.
treatment with sound limbs. Now this
is just what the careless hostler docs to
his mule he puts him to bed with a wet
coat on without giving additional cover
ing for his protection against the cold air
of the night. This should never be done
but no matter what the weather, the
mule or horse should be thoroughly rub--bed
down until his coat is dry, before he
is lefU The morning earning is of
little importance to an animal that has
a clean bed, if proper attention is given
at evening. Careless hostlers, even if
they rub the animal down, are apt to
neglect the most important part viz :
which need more attention than the whole
body. No matter how fine aud plump
the body of the, animal may be, he is
worthless without sound limbs, hence
the importance of giving them a thorough
rubbing before putting the animals up
for the night.
J. S. N.
io make it attuactive. Here are
five short rules that if well worked up to
will make farming one of the most attrac
tive pursuits known ;
l. Do not over-crop jourseit ; or in
other words, do not undertake more than
you can accomplish with case.
2. Have a regular system iull you do,
and everything with a clear understand
iug as to result and effect.
3. Keep your lands well dp to a good
standard by a proper fertilizing aud
judicious rotation of profitable crops.
4. Keep none hut good stock, and sec
to it that said stock is kept in. good con
5. Take good farm papers, together
with a few standard farm books written
by practical men, who deal only in facts
Doing one's very best is one's simple
duty. Anything short of this is a shame
to any man. There is never a fair excuse
for doing fairly well if doing better were
possible to the doer. Not how much
you do, but how well you do it, is the
true measure of your success in any line
of action or of purpose.
Let amusement fill up the chinks of
your existence, not the great space there
of. Let your pleasures be taken as Dan
iel took' the prayer, with mV windows
open pleasures which need not cause a
single blush our your cheek.
To worship rightly U to love each oth
ereach smile a hymn, each kindly deed
That's the Way j the Money!
i-roieciionists Keep up a tar
iff ivhich taxes thepeople $1,000,000,
OOOafyear. How much of that $1,000,000,000
goes to the Government?
How much goes into the. pockets of
the! protected mauufacturres ? i, "
Just $750,000,000. ! t
Thi biggest partot that $250,000,
000 which goes to the general .Gov
ernment is consumed in the custom
bouses and the pay of x the array of
men who look after the customs..
th ppite of these great facts there
are! men so blind as to argue that pro
tection is beneficial to !the working
classes. If the working classes real
ized ibe wrongs they endure they
would rise as a giant and free them
selyes Memphis Weekly.
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Legislators sometimescalcnlate very
wildly when influenced by personal
aud selfish motives, and it is always
a source of congratulation to the pub
lic when they "slip up" in schemes
based upon such motives. In the last
Ohio legislature eleyen members got
together aud fixed up the "gerryman
der" of that State, arranging eleven
Districts so that each of them could
go to Congress. When, the nomina
ting conventions came off nine of
these patriots were badly defeated,
and the two who succeeded in getting
nominations were beaten out of sjght
en i election day. They were "hoist
by their own petard, and verified
the satrical line of the Scotch bard,
"Tne best laid schemes of mice and men Gang aft
i Charlotte Journal.
i j New York Talk.
If our present war tariff upon the ne
cessities of life is allowed to stand unal
tered by the present Congress at its next
and final session, Mr. Hurd will be the
natural leader of the inevitable attack
upon it in the succeeding House. The
sentiment against class taxation, of which
he is a rather radical representative, is
growing in strength steadily. By . De
cember 1883 it will be an angry and tur
bulent demand for an annihilation of the
whole protective system. Albany Jour
i-The Republican party has been be
trayed by leaders who have done evil
things in its name. These leaders , will
not voluntarily get out. They will stay
just as long as their followers, drawing
general comparisons, say that it is better
to let i;heiu stay than to run the risk of
losing the elections. But thousands of
Republicans iu Ohio, iu New York, in
Pennsylvania aud all over the country
are saying that it is not better to let them
stay no matter what the risk. If ?they
can be got rid of without ruining the par
ty it would be infinitely better. If they
cannot, then the party will be ruin
ed, and it is they, aud not the men Who
revolt against their eyil rnle, who will be
responsible. New York Tim, Hep.
The wealthy Methodists of Philadel
phia who are building the new Trinity
Church have planned an extraordinary
edifice, which is not a copy of any other
on earth. The New building will have
under oue roof the church, auditorium,
the Sunday school, the dining room, and
all the conveniences that advanced archi
tectural ingenuity suggest or liberal ex
penditure procure. The style is Gothic
with a profusion of stained glass windows.
Oue majestic polychromatic window is to
be twenty feet wide aud forty feet high,
admitting a flood of many colored light.
The church will seat about 1,500 people,
but it is so connected with the Sunday
school room that the two can be thrown
into one. thus accommodating more than
3.000 nersons. Bishop Simpson laid
the corner stone for the new building,
assisted by Drs. Carrow, Todd aud oth-
ers. Xetcbern Aut Shell.
The price of stamped envelops, letter
size, has been reduced to $1.80 per tbou
sand, with postage added. Return re
quest notices will be priiitefl on the' en
velopes without additional charge wuen
ordered iu quantities of 500 or more
EuvelopB spoiled by misdirection can be
exchanged tor postage stamps ot the same
denomination at the nearest post oince.
Oxford Free Lance: There are now 150
orphans at the asylum 79 boys and 71
girls. The boys are uoy quartered at
the new building.
No'good that the humblest f us has
wrought ever dies. There is oue long,
unerring memory iu the universe, out of
which nothing dies.
This world, with all its! poverty, does
not need aluis-giviug so much as it needs
pure hearts and honest lives.
If every person would be half as good
as he expects his neighbor! to be what
heaven this world would be.
The inconsistent lives of professing
Christians do more to retard the victories
of the cross than all the work of unbe
How bravely can a man walk the earth,
bear the heaviest burdens, perform the
severest duties, and Iook an men oomiy
in the face, if he only beark in his breast
a clear conscience.
The Greensboro Patriot tells of a "ter
rible duel" fought between two men
named Johnson and Williams with horse
whips the other day. They lashed each
other for three hours, each being covered
with! whip-marks from head to foot. The
cause of the trouble was the same that
men have been fighting over siuco the!
siege ot i roy a woiuau.
Manufactured by theJPacjfic Guano Co. Capital $1,000,000.
The largest Guano Co:, in
the U. S.
The -oldest and most relia
The most popular Fertilizer, its sales being the largest. ; 1
On average soils no Fertilizer produces better icsults. -I
It is in fine drillingconditton and
The same planters continue 'to use
I have on hand the " SEA FOWL GU
ANO," 44 Bradley's Scpeu Phosphate,"
and tne 44 Equitable." which I will sell for
Wheat on terms as for Cotton. (
I am also prepared to famish cotton cinners
witn sagging, lies and Twine, at very low
as I buy more COTTON than any one roan
here, it may l)c a double benefit to make
your purchases or engagements of me early.
i-nces are as low as anyone here wall sell.
Will not be undersold.
" WORK YOUR HEADS,"
and see that this is to youii interest.
J. D. GASKILL.
Oct. 5th, '82. lm
AS WELL AS THE INTEREST OF
R. R. Crawford, of the firm of
R. R. CRAWFORD ft CO.,
We are now prepared to supply, onr
customers with all kinds of
In addition to. the
Best Selected Stock of
HARD W A R E in the
We also handle
Rifle and Blasting Powder
and a full line of Mining Supplies.
Duplicate Any Prices in
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Oct. 5, 1831
A meeting of the Stockholders of the
Western North Carolina Rail Road Com
nanv is called to meet in Salisbury N. C.
ou Thursday, November 9th, 1882.
By order of the Board of Directors.
GEO. P. ERWIN,
Oct. 5th 1882. Sec. & Treas.
Notice to Creditors.
All Persons having claims against the
estate of Zachariah Lyerly, dee'd, are here
by notified to exhibit the same to the un
dersigned on or lefore the 20th day of Oc
tober 1883, or this notice will be pleaded
in bar of thir recovery.
l:4t-pd. TOBIAS LYERLY, Exr.
prepared fbr jimniediate use.
it year aftcijear.
Sale By ' .' J
Tuesday, November 7th- 1882.
1 Notice is hereby given that an election
will beheld at the several election precincts
in Rowan county. ni Tuesday, the 7th dav
of November, A. D. 1882, for the following
named officers; ;
I 1. For one Associate Justice of the Su
preme Court; Six I Judges of the Superior
Court, and a Solicitor for the Sixth Ju
dicial District. - ' ,
2. For a Representative in the Congress
of the United States for the State at large,
3. For a Representative in the! Congress
of the United States for the Seventh Con
4. Forenator of the 80thJ)istrict and
one member of the House of Representatives.
5. For Sheriff, Clerk of Superior Court,
Register of Deeds Surveyor, Treasurer and
(J. For Township Constable.
fSFThe polls ill be opened from seven
o'clock in the mrning until sun-set, and
53T"The Judgs of Election must not
count out the ballots until after tbe polls
; B3F"No person shall be allowed to voto
unless he is registered : and no elector shall
he allowed to register or vote unless lie j
shall have resided in the State twelve f
months, and iu the county ninety days, I
next preceding the election.
C C. K RIDER, Sheriff
of Rowau County. -Salisbury,
N. C, Oct. 4, 1882.. 51:lm '
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3.D. McKEKLY : President.
W. T. LINTON Vlcc-Pres't and Ocnl Manairer.
JAMBS M. GRAY ......Secretary.
j. SAMUEL MccUKiHNH, Treasurer.
Dr. JOHN WHITEHEAD Medical Director.
Hon. J. 8. HENDERSON Legal Adviser. -
Refer to the Bank and business men of
Salisbury. Reliable, energetic local and
traveling agents wanted everywhere.
For plans, terms to agents, blanks, and
any information whatever, ADDRESS
JAMES Iff. GRAY
We are Agents for all the best
companies in the United States, and will
be glad to take applications in any that we
can recommend, and will will not recotn-.
mend of a wild-cat character; Apply at
our office, or to the Secretary.
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It is Fine, Dry and iu Excel
lent Condition for Drilling.
Tliis Fertilizer has been in ttse ttcelte
years, and ha gained a reputation for eh
eellence second to none. V0T STAND AlllX
IT CAMOT. BE SURPASSED!
Allison & Addison,
fou sale nr
J. ALLEH BROVII,
. . Salisbury, N. C,
! R. M. liosEBOito, Third Creek Sta
tion, N. C, aud by Agents at all impbr
taut points throughout. the wheat grow,
iug section of North Carolina.
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