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DJiC 1!, 1803,
rmlrirc In fimr.fifleSi CfOCkorV.
Ilasswaro. Paints, Oils, Vnrnlshos,
rushes, Wlndowglass, ttc, xoo
gonts for Epicure Tea and Big
an Baking Powder.
HO. 1). (1001)11 UK. K OAIIIMj.
WOOD AND COAL.
It Is mi acknowledged fuct that
leo. 1). Goodhue lla more wood
id Coal thmi all other dealers com
Since!, ir you ffaut fuel see him,
llleo 05 State street.
, Goodhue A Cauill.
Wo do not advise you to cat candy;
ut anyone who eats candy should
U the purestaud the freshest to be
Hud. The Spa makes and Keeps the
freshest stock, because, wo have a
apldiy Increasing trade. W. T.
Buunkd1 Ui'.J. W. Sbelton
vritcs GoVemor Pennpjer that the
nortoi the State Beard of Equal!.
itlon was burned wiuihis law of
ce some time last year. This Is a'
ther lams excuse, us the report
ou Id hare been In ilia hands of
e sty j 'printer months ago, and
gjihe lip yuich destrfcjed it only
ippeoeu a lew weuisu biuuu. auo
urd ordered the rexirt prepared
r publication and the president
id secretary put In i big bill for
lelr services. The 1 jjisiature will
obably look closely it the bills be-
e nay log tnem. jne vaiuaDie
estlous aud inforuatlon con
ned therein went o in smoke
,t cost $5000. i
t P '
OLice Coukt. J. ft. Mulkey, J.
Bear, and C. C SurvlH were
ought before Hecordr Uoodell for
iiilt und battery .Mr. Sarvia as
ultfed Emll Eckeilu and it cost
n 12.05. The otter two had a
' in the alley hckofthe Fan
U n, both belug llrulsed up some
h( one said ne.saw stars auu that
:ic ioIIco did not stem to have uiiy-
ill u else to do thiu nick un men
ig ged in such it tie difficulties.
lit y both paid tic same amount.
hi ;e drunks opeted the record for
tO: one having he cash to pay.
KA Needy AIan. Frederick
yllfce.a Germanworking man, who
stopping at Mrs. Wilson's
Jglng housMorJ Front street, ap-
als to Tun Journal for help.
ie has been cat of work for a month,
i no meaii to pay for his bed or
frd aud life been sick. Ho is a
jer, Jndustious man auu willing
fcloauy kpd of labor.to make a
UPw Ur.-This is the time of year
Ikjen all am expected to pay up
ur uiiis. i uusiuess nouses are
atly closed this afternoon, but
afthis veek will probably be
rottd to a squaring of accounts.
las been ((close time for money,
!lu this Kspect Salein is much
er off thin some towus.
Good ouu. One of the men,
it has Secured employment
rough the Jounal's appeal for
uiest laboring men who are in
edy circumstances, received a
tier from L'ounty Clerk Egan, who
lys ho belfeves in helping mep who
wllllugto woik. It wasanen-
uraglng letter and shows what
ould he done to help all such men.
W. U. Holiday. Today Is con-
dered a national holiday by the
. U. telegraph compauy, but
ient Dumars kept open house, and
ooU the'AssocIuted press dispatches
ar.thtt Journal ns usual,
P. O. IIkduotion. Beginning to
ay the postofllce department will
eglstera puckuge for eight cents,
leiug u reduction of two cents.
Wkek op Prayer. There will
e preaching at the Congregational
liurcb every evening this week at
;30 except Saturday. Everybody
FlKE. On Friday night last tho
lOUM) of Mrs. Lydla D. Kelley,
lorth of the fair grounds was in
ured feorue by a fire breaking out
round the fire place. Tne loa was
luniwlluttly settled by the State
For hfttt nnd MirMi the
mkiii f all itMMkitMl. Uie ktiiunuHM
fm 1IAVM (JONB TU fifM
0 Wool lloiuhi, PlnflMl Soiling Pulton Mil, A
fo olciui uiT ifjofeo NfioH nnd fiiilto ronin for spring
at prloc'S, Hull ulllff"lkJ J0" whHOi Hunt nites Mis mru
T11U TAX ftAlMM,
IticrofiBos Ordefod in Marlon
County by tho State Board,
Tiio record oC tho State Board of
Equalization for 1602 nrd burned up,
India itlotis are that the prescnit
bourd will bo burned up If what litis
been done Is n fair sample of what
will be tho total result of Its labors.
Following figures ehow tho per
cunt, of iucrenso, the valuation, and
amount oi luuiu-.o orduiod for
City nnd town lots, 10 per cent,
present valuation, $2,107,008, Increase
Improvements, 80 por cent, valu
ation $081,630, Increase $2SD,30.
MerchaudUo and Implements, 10
per cent, valuation $1,100,487, In
Real Ettate, 10 porceut, valuation
$o,15t,800, Increase $515,180.
Hwlue, 75 per cent, valuation $14,
008, lnorea8o,$l l.i20.
Horses, 10 per cent, valuation
$304,477, Increase $30,417.
Cattle, 20percont, vuluation $142.
301, Increase $1:8,478.
ISheep and goats, 40 per cent, valu
ation, $30,183, increase $15,073.
The total increase for Marion
county so far ordered by the Board
This does not Include the increase
In valuatiou which the Board may
order in mortgages, deeds of trust,
etc.; railroad lauds; railroad tracks
and telegraph Hues, rolling stock of
railroads and some other property.
In all Marion may bo raised two
was seen by the Journal writer and
said they were not yet through with
their work. They made these raises
to bring property more nearly to its
true value. It was not probable
that the board wruld chauge mort
gages, notes, moneys and credits
much. When asked whether there
was any evldeuce before the hoard
that the state needed more revenue,
to cause such increases to be made
all around, he said the board did not
take that into consideration.
on the board, Mr. Gibson of Polk
county is piepurlug a protest
against the action of the board in
making the advances ordered, so far
as his district is concerned. He has
fought it from the first and will
continue to do so.
was seen and says that realty has
always borne an unjust proportion
of taxes in this state, compared
with personal property and the act
Ion ot the board in raising valua
tions of farm lands aud town lots
still higher Is outrageous. Tho gov
ernor emphasized his contempt for
such boards with several words be
ginning with a big "D." The pub
lio will not believe that a State
Board of Equalization has any right
to raise Marlon county one or two
millions, or any millions unless
they can make It appear that pro
perty Is assessed in this county that
much lower than it should be, in
comparison with other counties of
Tho board seems to have consti
tuted itself a board of tax raisers,
instead of equalizers, and to have
taken a short cut to fame and salar
ies by ordering several Injudicious,
sweeping, horizontal raisers.
Jurors for 1803. The following
named gentlemen have been selected
to serve as jurors in Justice Bach
elor's court for this year: Chus.
Simpson, G. P. Saunderson, W. T.
Welch, Geo. Zlun, L. D. Henry, A.
E. Parker, Isaao Steiner, E. C.
Small, Chus. Claggett, J no. Q. Wil
son, 7j F. Muody, Sampson Jonew,
H. A. Johnson, Sr., A. Olluger, J,
I. Thompson, Jas. H. McCormlok,
Win, H. Simpson, A. W. Drager,
Juo. Hughes, G. W. Johnson, E.
M. Law, J. B. Stump, H.C. Tarpley,
J. O'Donuld, D. L. Green, R. R.
Ryan, Louis M. Baker, E. L. Towus
end, A. N. Moo res, It, D. Holman,
8. T. Norlhcott, Win. Tasker, T. C.
Shaw, Fred. Stalger, E. M. Walte,
D. J. Holmes, H. P. Keller, Edwin
Button, J, L. Bennett, R. A. Croa
san, W. A. Folger, D. C. Howard,
Wrn, Llvermore, J. H. Ross, A. B.
Watklns, Jos. Fisbburu, Geo. Fer
rell, D, H. Sherwood, W. D. Clag
getl, Jos. Howard, Iltr.un Smith,
Remembered A very pleasing
Incident happened after the New
Year's watch nlggt service at St,
J ihn's church. Rtv. Lund found
an envelope containing $30.00 from
some frieuds inside and outside the
Estbrtainmknt. There will be
Jtnry eiitertaiinueot glv?u by
Mopfc, wo oilor Uiomo goods iifc
ahuiicu lur a burniti.
GOODS rind H0 STONE,
307 Cdmmordil Slroot
rtHEMfttt NBW YDAIl'fl DAY.
The Ladies' Auxiliary Hold Open
Itotiso at tho Y. M. 0, A,
are conducting nu open houeoNew
Year's reception nt tho Y. M. O. A.
rooms. They have been busy all tho
morning arranging and decorating
the rooms In emblems nnd ever
greens. EACH CHURCH
conducts two tables and Is represent
ed by a force of ladles, who serve
from three to ten p. in. The tables
are set with tho richest chinas and
cut glasses, trimmed witli cut flow
ers and chrysanthemums,
begin nt tho lauding of the stairs
and extend through tho library aud
parlors. The great big gymnasium
room Is ono blaze of linen, flowers
and ludles in full New Year's recep
to young men aud their lady frieuds
Is a great success. An opportunity
will be given to get acquainted with
all the departments und work of the
Y. M. C. A.
plays all the afternoon aud evening,
music by Carl Denton. The evening
will be filled with music, solos aud
selections by the male quartet.
are served by the different denomi
nations, each vieing with the other
in the elegance of the spread as well
as the hospitality displayed. There
is no end of supplies and the occa
sion will be long remembered.
Meetings. Annual -meeting ot
Salem board of trade at Hotel Wil
lamette this evening, u-The citi
zens of South Salem meet at the old
school house Tuesday evening to
consider incorporation. Recept
ion and lunch at Y. M. C. A. to
night until 10 p. m. City council
meets Tuesday evening. Week of
prayer meetings at all the churches,
Citizens' Meeting, There will
be a meeting held at the old South
Salem school house on l'uesday
night Jan. 3rd at 7:30 of all thoso
opposed to an extension of tho city
limits on the south. Let everybody
turn out and come. C W. Sori
ber, Chairman. Oliver Jory,
Legislators, Notice. Four or
live boarders wanted ouCourt street,
between 17 and 18. Accommoda
tions good. Price reasonable.
1 2-Gt David Early.
Some oiio's three year old says
Now Year's day was a little froggy.
Mrs. W. H. H. Waters has receiv
ed $1000 on the death of her late
husband, from tho Workmen's
Guaranteo Fund Ass'n of San Fran
cisco, through their agent, C. L.
Keller, of Salem.
Mrs. J. M. Martin corrects tho
statement that the receipts of the
Presbyterian entertainment were
ouly $15. Tho amount taken was
Ayer's Sarsaparilla stops the nau
seous discharges of catarrh, and cure
L. G. McElroy, who has been a
a student at Willamette, goes today
to enter classes at the State Univer
sity at Eugene.
Gervals Graham, the biggest ad
vertiser of cosmetics in tho United
States, has this to say of the merits
of evening papers: "Tho evening
papers, belug usually cheaper, und
usually going to the homo aud fire-1
side, I think are without doubt besf
through which to reach tho labor
ing people, tho small shop-keepers,
and people of the middle classes." I
Senator W. S. Vanderbiirg aud
Representative J. S. MoEweu, of
Coos county, have arrived in tho
city prepared to remain forty days
and forty nights.
Elder Roork has met with good
results iu his special services at the
African church in North Salem.
As a homo remedy for throat aud
luug diseases, Ayer's Cherry Pect-
oral Is invaluable. Druggists now
have Ayer's Almanac. I
President Whltaker will return to
Rulem by Tuesday and will bring
Bishop Goodell who will seek to
arouaa our people us to'the needs of
To Prevent the Grip.
Or any other similar epidemic, the
tltod aud the whole system should
be kept in healthy coiidiitou. If
j ou feel worn out or have '(that tir
ed feellug" iu the morning, do not
he guilty of nglwU Gvn lmnw.. I
nW attention to yourwdf, Tkt
Tfmwt'a RurdjtiutrillM to fclva klrwimth
purity Mm Uuud uhI r:Lut&imemm,
MHlomArlrtl 6f UllHA
out IteithlfarT irt'rtitus of a
Wm. 0. 0rmtr?r- k ( fit V i
fiTffif IfflPfl ifpotf nl wtifk far (v
mnnifM cnmpliintf ruy (nwf"f,r
of Mellu J'foilf pffwin! hmj.i. Ih
Mfiee Willi tlieo gHHfnnMi weurt
(Mflv-lliPMl llmllhey li-ifHMWHlirtfig
UtPlr5 w rl l'i ifityftftTtiV hl-irHiufi
If W 'Hitf, COUNT IftMAflfJi
fliudlreoliify Iihb been t'tmipllfd
hyii liniistjft home" cfitivrifW nnd
upposHu (lie fini'io of each bead of
family Ifl recorded Hie htillibef wild
sloop of imtkfl Iht'lr liotnolii (lnti
liotiaii ni tho following list of hnmes
Adolpll BatiitH'1 ..-.--8
AdaliiflliOvIP, ...-. 4
Adams Mrs, Maf tha .-- -6
Adams Sylvester C -2
Aiken John...... ....... ..-.-0
Alkeu Joseph' 8 .2
Allkcn James.. .-.. 0
Allln Mrs. Sarah 12
Andoregg Audrow 6
Anderson August 0
Anderson E. II....-. 7
Andrews Henry. -. 6
Arnold Edward 0
Auchard Richard 5
Babcock Mrs, Elmlra 5
Babcock Mrs. Ida M. - 4
Balu Win. II Ifc
Uagley Mrs. Elleu V
Hagley Wm. H 3
Baker Frank C
Baker George R. 4
Baker John C 7
Baker L. M 5
Baker Mrs. Matilda 8
Ball Mrs. Emma 7
Hofer A. F 6
STATEMENT OV I'UnHbllER.
We have on file In our office tin
origiual of the following letter from
the publisher of the new Salem City
Directory for 1893.
Salem, Dec. 30, 1892.
Hofer Bros., Pubs. Journal.
Dear sirs: After a careful recount
of tho Information slips taken foi
the Directory wo Hud that Salem
has a population of 11,040. Thh
does not include the inmates iu any
of the state Institutions such as thi
Asylum, Prison, Reform school,
Deaf and Dumb school, Blind insti
tute, Orphan asylum, etc,, heyouc
tho officers and attendentslu charge.
There is always a question as to the
accuracy of a census of a city, so wt
send you tho following list ofnamp'
with the number of peopie in eacl
house. You can use tnem as you Bet
fit iu the matter of publication;
Wm. G. Ouenauer & Co.
While the iumates of public instl
tutions are not properly to be cla9seo
as population they comprise in tin
neiuhboihood of two thousand thai
are fed, clothed and housed ut Sa
Tho Salem postofllce serves in the
neighborhood oftweuty thousauu
people, as mauy from Polk county,
across tho Willamette river from
thecountyin which Salem islocated,
get their mail here. There Is a con
slderable railroad und steamboat
employe population that Is only hert
at times. The sessions of tho legis
lature, state supreme court, various
state boards, state fair and conven
tions brings to Salem a large popula
tion at all times of tho year, not to
be counted as I'vlng here, but ma
terially adding to the Commercial
prosperity of the city.
To My Patrons.
All accounts due mo must bo bet
tied at once as I shall place all that
are not paid for collection on Feb
1st, 1083. I carry a large stock and
must have the money. All work
and goods iu my lino at reasonable
prices and satisfaction guaranteed
Mrs. D. L. Fibster.
1-2-lm The Court street milliner.
Sweet cider Clark & Epploy.
Tho good people of Salem should
remember Keller & Marsh when the
subject of furniture Is approached.
They are bound to do the business,
have the goods, prices aud system
for doing a big business. Try them.
You will he treated well.
Sweet cider Clark & Eppley.
Nestucca cheese the best iu Ore
gonand sold only by Clark &.
Found A sum of money. Own
er can have tho eamo by pioving
property and paying
ut Journal ofllce.
ehurgea. Call '
12 12 m .
Choice cider Clark & Eppley.
John O. Wright's World's Fair
souvenir coins are In great demand.
Free to $5 00 grocery customers.
Wood. Wood. Plenty of it sawed
and ready for delivery. Leave your
orders at Ryan's stable,
erry ami .uiuorty. uiu-iuu
Please Art end There will ho
an important meeting of the Board
ofTrudo Monday evening January 2,
1803. A. I. Wagner, Secretary.
v m i.
AVrWd tWAtiW VkHOUM
i H Hirj In H fpftiMf for t roup,
v imnptfitf ('nutfli, IfantwUfi, rfftil nil
umlileft 'ilifoll rlflif Lillitf Tfmibr.i
fn WlilMl fMiUd JffMjtlft flffl mriijerf
iletjff (lil inNllPhirt In (lie hoturi. ibm
C ifdttrlftH JiMlfifi Info If, 8. Cotntil tft
UrtlV flttd ntitliof of vrtflolts potMllfif
"With nil om of ftpimfd, Hi rill
nfM of rllttrntpf, l imrn iiflvf, Id flili
twy, Imd rtiiy wilil ttnf any afffrtloti of
flm tlifcml of Iiiiib ufildi did Mot jlnlil
jo Aycf'd, Cherry, Pwfornl wltlilh 21
lintiM, Of four o l Imvfl nnvpf ntlotrwj
niVAfllf (ulirMtlfljoiit llih remedy In nli
iny royAes nnd ttnveM Under, my
ivvii (iWrvnllhif. It lnH clrmi rMlef (o it
nM iiiiiniief of tiernotu i wlillf) hi notify
t wet or puiiiiiniiirr
n I'foiip nnd illiilithof Irt hi ehildfon, llfd
ill Its cffccH.
t irot tf ii it: flrrerf
reroiiiiii'iiiu in imo in naiit ntin itt"
. . . rA.--J'
(input il(ne, Properly ndmhiMtored,
hi nceoMiineo with yotif directions it is
n priceless blcishig fu nny houso,"
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Dr. J, O. Ayer h Co,, Lowell, Mass.
Sold bf ll Drugltta. Vtkt 1 1 tlz toUl, J,
LETTERS OUTSIDE HE MAIL DAGS.
Ono IMrrrtlon In AThlrh tho Mnll Serrlo
r England Ii Far AhoRd of Onrf.
It is moro than a year siiico n con
tributor called tho attention of tho
United States postal authorities to
tho fact that British rnihvay com
panies wore carrying letters, under
an arrangement with her majosty'e
postofllce, outsitlo tlio mail bags, and
that tliis was a grand convenience to
many of her mujesty's subjects.
The British railway companies havo
iieeii carrying letteis in this way for
two or three years, and -what was
originally an experiment is today, a
demonstrated success. Tho number
of lottors so carried in ono year in
Gicat Britain was 115,000 and in Iro
Wo aro indobted to Mr. Henry L.
Goodwin, of East Hartford, whoso
alert interest in postal reforms dur
ing tho past forty odd years basbecn
of substantial service to tho whole
American people, for a copy of tho
agreement betwoon her majesty's
postmaster general and the boventy
fivo British railway, tramway and
steamship companies that aro thus
co oporating with the department.
Each company agrees to receive at
any of its passenger stations and for
ward any letter bearing a postage
stamp or stamps of tho valuo of ono
penny, not exceeding ono ounce in
weight and not containing a watch,
jewelry or coin of tho realm. For
this servico tho company is author
ized to collect two penco from tho
sender of tho letter, and this is tho
solo compensation it gets.
Any bubject of her majesty can
post a letter and havo it delivered
into the liands of his fellow subject
to whom it is addressed, if living
within two miles of tho postoffico, by
tho payment of additional postagoat
tho rate of three penco for each mile
or fraction of a mile. If tho distance
exceeds two miles and there is no
public conveyance available in both
directions, "tho actual cost of a spe
cial convoynnco must bo paid in ad
dition." It is this fcorvico which tho
department debircs to extend so as to
cover tho letters i0nt outside- tho
now great a convenience tho
chnnce to send letters in this now
British fashion would often bo to cit
izens of this glorious ropublic hardly
needs pointing out. At present some
of our passenger trains havo railway
postoffices attached to them, and tho
sender of a letter can post it on tho
train personally. The railroad mon
aro not allowed to do it for him. In
tho cities thoro aro mail boxes at tho
railway stations, but in tho country
towns these aro conspicuously ab
Gont. A great many passenger trains now
carry closed mails. If thoro woro
slits in tho inail bags for tho inser
tion of letters, and if tho baggage
master in chargo were allowed for a
reasonable tee to pop tho letters of
belated citizons into them, a great
deal of timo would bo baved and a
great deal of inconvonionco and an
uoyanco avoided. Hartford Couraut.
Ilomls In Kcumlor.
In theso days when so much is
said in American newspapers about
tho importance of good roads, it may
bo interesting to know how such mut
ters aro looked upon in Ecuador. Mr.
Whymper, in his look, sayB:
I had been rebuked in Quito for
objocting to tho "Royal" route, bo
caubo our animals had sunk half way
up to their flanks. When I asked my
monitor what ho considered a bad
"A road is bad when tho beasts
tumble into mud holes and vanish
right out of sight."
At ono place my animal stopped
on tho brink, unwillinc to proceed.
Dismounting I gavo it a touch with
tho whip. It wont head first into
tho slough, and emerged on tho other
bido a miserable) object, dripping
with filth, whicjh for ii bccoild bad
risen above its hindquarters.
This mud holo was about four feet
deep, and was tho finest wo disco y
eml j vcua(ior
inciinm! to u i'illt.
An Atchison woman is so polito
cho apologizes to her cook for the
trouble sho causes her when eho
wiuioh iier up iu uio moruuig. ai-
"A Priceless Blessing,
ALL SIZES AND BINDINGS. ! ,
Pass Books, ,.
For 1893. Largo lino
BARGAINS IN SHOES. ' p '
Ladies' Dongola Kid $2 50 wortli $S 00:
" Goodyear Welt 3 00 " 4 0Q
' Oil Grain, button 1 75 " 2 25, "-.
" Kid Slippers 1 25 " 1 75
" Rubber Boots -.-. .' 1' 50 " 1 75 " . ,
Misses' Dongola Kid 2 00 " 2 50v '
Blue Eibbon School Shoes from 1 25 to 1 7-5 5
See our goods and
for cash. Next door to Lamport's big horso.
MWant-od. Halury and expenses.
I'ermunent plate. Apply now.
owers of nursery utotk oa both
Aurrican una Cauudmn bI!h Uardy vn
rlutloi our apeclalty. JJHOWN 11HOH.CO.,
The uow Time Card, which is now
in eflect, via the "Wisconsin Central
Lines," In connection with the
Northern Paci lloR R., atlords the
traveling nubile tlio best facilities
from all points west to Chicago and
points east aud south.
The unsurpassed equipment offered
to its patrons, combined with speed,
comfort and safety, surpassing all
All through trains aro composed
of Pullman vestibuled drawing-room
sleepers, with dining cars aud day
coaches of latest design.
The dally through fast train each
way, making close connection at
Chicago witli traius.iu all directions.
For tickets, time tables, etc. ap
'ply to agont of Northern Paclllo R.
11., or Jas. C. Pond,
Gon'l Pass, and Tkt agent,
THE YA0UINA ROUTE.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD
And Oregon Development company's
Nlfeamalilp line. '& mlltw shorter, vu lioun
lw lime irmu by any otliei iouU. Klrst
ciukk tlirouKb pasneUKor and freight ltni
Iroin I'ortland aud ull oluU In the Wl
Uiuette vallev.to und iroui Huu ItudcUc
TIME SCHE0ULE. (KxceptHunOay).
Ixuve Albany . . . .
Arrive Yaqulua .
lxve Yiwiulnu ...
Arrive Albany . .
1.-00 P 14
. - .1:01'M
. . 6.1X11' U
. 1045 AM
O. A O, trains connect at Albany ad
The above train connect at YAQUINA
wltb the Ortvon Development Vo Lin
ifHLeainMlitoa between Vuculnn and H
franelson. " '
N. U. 1'aMeneeni Iroin J'ortUnd nad aU
uiilaniH Vk1Iv nulnU can inuke lAoai
eouueetlon Willi the trains ot the
Y AUUlr. A huu J sav Ainauy wuuTTauw
gndlf dmtlned to iian Kiauelsoo, dtouM
nrraBg to arrive ai Yiwjulna the evtwlui
bWe date of sailing. ,
run.lW aaa fcit iui in
Uiia4. rurluforinaiTonauuly Wi Iwm
HULMAN Oa., IfreUbi and tttwl
AgeaU Ml kdA Wl Front (., JV, ut
NoiMftltoniliouilifld wertllioiv 011 icbfttrt buret timt, t
aro oifi 10 kaip fight on
Giving the Best Goods for the
Of any Storo in Town, SALBM
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