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Sigkal Omen. Wichita, Kan., Dec.
U. Tho highest temperature -was 05 , the
lowest 22, and the mean 47, -with
fresh southerly winds, cloudless weather,
rising temperature and falling barometer.
Last year, on Dec. 0, the highest tem
perature was 00, the lowest 38 , and the
mean 49, and two years ago tho corres
ponding temperatures were 57, 25 and
Fred L. Jonssox, Observer.
"WAn Department. Washing ton, D. C,
Dec. 0, S p. ni. Forecast until 8 p. m.
For Kansas and Colorado Warmer,
southerly winds, except in western and
central portions of Kausas, stationary
For Missouri Warmer, fair weather,
A FATAL FALL.
TOPKKA, KAX., Dec. 9. Mr. Degan, an
iron worker on the dome of tho state bouse,
lell this morning and was instantly killed.
Ho was at work on the inside of the dome,
and stepped on a plank which slipped, lie
fell 150 feet, and struck an iron crossbar.
His head was crushed and his body fright
fully mashed. He was the ninth iron
worker that lias been killed while at work
on the state house within the last Ave
years, six of whom were at work on the
dome. Degan has been at work on the
building for nearly three years. Ho leaves
a wife and two children.
Tofkka. Kan., Dec. 9. Pension Agent
Dernurd Kelley is in the midst of his quar
terly payment. He has 40,470 pensioaers
to look after, who rcceno a little over
2,000,000. There is now a gain of 500 to
H00 pensioners a month. To disburse this
great sum of money costs 2.01 for each
$1,000, the lowest cost shown by any pen
sion office in the United States, Columbus
coming next with a rost of $2.33. San
Francisco gives the highest cost, the
opense there being 5.34 for each 1,000
paid out. The work in tho Topcka office
lias always been more economically done
than iu any other office in the United
Cures in fifteen minutes Preston's
THE ILLINOIS CONFEDERATION.
Sl'RIXGriULI), III., Dec 9. The Farmers
and Laborers' confederation of the state of
Illinois, in the state convention m th.s
city yesterdaj-, adopted the following reso
lution: "We affirm the principles laid down at
the meeting of the confederation of Illinois
on the 2d day of May, 1S90, touching
national legislation, to wit: The free coin
age of silver; the election of United States
senators bv tho direct ote of the people:
equal taxation of all kinds of property, the
purity of the ballot, and recommend that
tho pre-idont, vice president and judiciary
ofiicerb be elected by the direct vote of tho
Do not take any chancer of being poison
ed or burnt to death with liquid stove pol
ish, paints and enamels in bottles. The
Itising Sun stove polish is safe, odorless,
brilliant, the cheapest and best stove pol
ish made, and the consumer pays for no
expansive tin or glass package w it h every
AID FOR WESTERN KANSAS.
KAXSAS Crrr, Dec. 9 A dispatch from
Topek.'i says: A meeting of Kansas rail
road men occurred here today, at winch it
was decided to transport free of chirgo all
contributions to the destitute farmers in
western and northwestern Kansas. Con
siderable destitution exists in those por
tions of the btate; but not enough to re
quire the solicitation of aid outside of the
Boston, Mass., Dec. 9. Tho gross earn
ings of the Atchison's entire system, in
eluding tho St. Louis and San Francisco
(approximated), for No ember, were$J,
(551,812, an increase of $340,640.
The Atchison annual report to the
stockholders shows a surplus, after all
charges, for tho nine months ending June
TO, 1890, of 5448,09:$.
CLEVELAND A CANDIDATE.
Minneapolis, Minn . Dec 9. A special
to the Journal says: "J. Leslie Thompson,
one of the wheel horses of th'j Soutti Da
toUi Democracy, has jut returned from
New York, where he had au interview
with cx-Presidout Cleveland. Mr. Cleve
land said thnt lie would surely bo a presi
dential candidate in 1M)2, and ho wanted
his South Dakota friends to stand by him."
All affections of tho Kidneys and liver
ire curco by Hood's Sarsaparilla. Try it.
TOOK THE OATH.
Luxemiwho, Dec 9 Tho duke of Nas
jau. who, upon tho death of King William
of Holland, succeeded to the throne of tho
Grand Duchy of Luxemburg, today took
the oath to maintain the national iude
pendenco and tho territorial integrity of
S. H. H. CLARK.
New Yoke, Doc 9. Sidney Dillon, pres
ident of the Union P.icific, announces tho
appointment of S. II. 11. Clark as general
niHtiager of that road, iu place of V. H.
Holcoinb, resigned. Mr. Clark announces
the appointment of Mr. Holcomb as a-sist-Hnt
general manager, with headquarters
THE WORLD'S FAIR.
Ciiicaoo, Dec. 9 Mayor Creiger has
signed the ordinance giving $5,0K),(M00 to
tho World's Columbian exposition, and it
will tomorrow 1 placed in tho hands of
President Harrison, who can then issue
ids proclamation to the world.
HAMPTON IN DANGER.
Charleston, S C. Dec '. Tho first
ballot for senator in the assembly today,
was as follows: Irby 55. Donaldson IS,
llMiuntion 4o. George D. Tillman 1. Hemn-
hfll 2, Keith 2. Irby, Alliance, lacks
thirteen U elect.
JOHN BULL'S BULLION.
LONDON, Dec 9 Bullion to the amount
1 .30,000 was withdrawn from the Dank
of KiipiRiid today for shipmont to Bahia,
lanmfi, ud 477,000 for shipmont to Now
IIAWKPUTHG, P. 11 J., Dec D A
hoAvygalc raged, in tho strait of Canso
Sunday. Mote vessels have-been wrecked
near here during tho pa&t ton dts than
for the last thirty yonrs.
London. Dec. U. Dr. Itlchnrrt William
Church, M. A., D. C. L., Dean of St.
Paul's cathedral, is dead.
! tart Guatemala with ft in coin,"
said F. W. ScliulU to a Chicago Times re
porter, "but I would not venture the ex
periment to bring Umt Hole with mo again
for anything under the sun."
Mr. Schultz is a merchant in the little
Central American republic whoenmc to
the United States to attend to pome pri
vate matters that demanded his immediate
"Guatemala wiw as near the verge of
starvation and utter bankruptcy three
weeks ago as any state ever experienced.
When I reached San Jose and was about
to embark I heard that the passengers on
board tho Coh ma, a vessel that had sailed
a few day before, hwl been searched foi
valuables, and that all com, gold and sil
ver found on them had leen confiscated
by order of Pmmient Barilla. Isccretlj
made up my mind that tho Guatemalan
government should not scoop tn my riches.
The financial condition of the country was
Mich that Barillas had to issue suoh an or
dor. The jwpor money was worthless, and
the credit of tho country of little good.
"Every resource to keep up credit had
failed, and it was only through sheer des
lcnition that the president made such an
order. Well, I hnd my coins sewed upright
ou tho soles of my shoes. There were eight
ir ten gold pieces and several dollar pieces.
Whpn t he search was made upon me I onl
bad a few copper 2.in But the officer.
snspectea i .n. j xas money, and
with that suspicion t ey subjected mo to a
rigid examination. I had to pull off my
shoes. Fortunately they did not touch
them, else the weight of them would have
given me away. For about ten minutes
the cold perspiration just trickled down
my forehead. What would they have done
had they discovered the trick? I hate,
really.to think of it. Certain it is I should
not have been here today to tell you."
The Use of "Water and Salt.
Salt is an absolute essential to the diet of
man. It promotes health in various ways.
Many of the functions of the body go on
better under its influence, and without it
the blood becomes impoverished. While a
complete deprivation of salt would pro
duce disastrous results, an excessive use of
it would scarcely be less harmful. In
large doses it acts as an emetic; in quanti
ties bej'ond the requirements of health it
irritates tho stomach and intestines and
sometimes purges. Those who use salt
unusually freely almost always suffer
more or less from constipation.
To drink largo quantities of water daily
should be the rulo with those who suffer
from constipation. Each day tho system
needs at least two quarts of water, as
about that quantity is used up or thrown
out of it every twenty-four hours. Fruits
and vegetable foods cmtain much water,
and in tea, coffee, soups, etc, considerable
is taken habitually.
In all ways, as vtato!, about two quarts
of water should em tho stomach daily.
It is a good plan to drink one or two
glasses of water from half an hour to an
hour before eating breakfast. And it may
be either hot or cold as preferred. Which
ever is used, tho water should be slow ly
sipped. To deluge tho stomach with cold
water would be to invite dyspeptic trou
bles. Boston Herald.
High Speed as an Clement of Safety.
It has been said that when the dancer of
collision arises if the vessel is slowed down
she will have time to get out of the way.
This, as a matter of fact, is a fallacy. Tho
faster a ship steams tho more fully is sho
under tho command of her helm, and this
is especially true in tho present day of
steam steering gear, when the quartermas
ter has unlimited power at his command
to put the helm over quickly. Ocean liners
will never go slow enough to enable them
to stop and go astern in tho event of meet
ing in a fog.
Captains will always depend on the ma
neuvering qualities of their ships, and, as
already stated, the faster they go the more
quickly will the rudder act; so that speed,
which from one point of view is an element
of danger, has its counterbalancing advan
tages. The opinion of our best bkippers
inclines toward the greater safety for their
ships being obtained at high speed in tho
matter of danger from collision in case of
meeting other steamers in a fog. New
York Commercial Advertiser.
Paylnp for One's Own Dinner.
It seems that Mr. Depew's dinner at
nomburg when ho dined in company of
the Princo of Wales cost him precisely 12
marks. Twelve marks, it may bo men
tioned for the benefit of those who are not
familiar with German currency, represents
nearly 3. It seems somen hat strange that
the Prince of Wales should invite people
to dine with him at his hotel and then
allow his guests to pay for their own din
ner, but this, I understand, is tho Honi
burg custom and one to which Mr. Depew,
undor tho circumstances, cheerfully sub
scribed besides subscribing the ?3.
The Prince of Wales is doubtless keenly
alive to the fact that there are a great
many Americans who would willingly
subscribe 12,000 marks instead of 12 marks
for tho purpose of absorbing soup and toy
ing with an cntreeiin royal company. In
deed, if the privilege were put up at auc
tion I should not be surprised to see it
knocked down for a very much larger fig
ure. .New lork World.
Tho Juclt'nt Watermelon.
I am often asked why watermelons aro
so exceptionally delicious when eaten on
the ground they grow on. The reason is
this: When a grower wants to treat hi3
friends ho selects a melon with a very thin
skin. These aie always the most delicious,
and they are always to be found in a water
melon patch, but they won't stand a long
railway journey andhacto be kept for
local consumption. Most farmers prefer
the tougher and thicker skinned variety,
because these stand weather variations
better and will travel as comfortably as
pig iron. The thin skinned melons are of
Spanish introduction and are much prized
in the districts where the extreme heat
brings them to perfection. St. Louis
A rrouilftlnf; Tiber riant.
An official report to tho Belgian govern
ment states that tho "guimbolio" or
"angu," of the Mexican state of Vera
Cruz, possesses a fiber finer and stronger
than silk, and of a similar luster. Experi
ments already made aro said to indicate
that the guimbobo diflers essentially from
ramie, cotton and hemp in having tho
plant covering around tho fiber instead of
mixed up and interlaced with it. This
makes it practicable to separate and re
move tho bark by mean of machinery.
The plant grows, luxuriantly with little
aire, and produces a highly esteemed food
in addition to the fiber. Arkansaw Trav
eler. There aro not one dozen but hundreds
of men in New York who spend from
?2,500 to ?5,000 on garments which are
never seen by anybody save their laun
dresses, or their wives and valets, if they
Sunday with the Vanderbllts.
The Vanderbilts aro all religiously in
clined, and early on Sundny morning the
children aro washed and dressed and sent
to Sunday school. At church time they go
to their father's pew and sit thoro with
him aud their mother during the service.
In tho afternoon they go to Sundny school
again. They are never allowod to use
horses or carriages, nor to go out. except
for a short walk as a matter of exercise.
The day is spent very quietly. They have
an early tea, and in tho twilfght the chil
dren gathor in the music room, while ono
of the ladies plays tho piano or organ.
Cornelius Vanderbslt, William K., Elliott
F. Shopard and the ladis of the families
join for an hour or two in song
The boys sometimes bring out their vio
lins, the young girl play their harps, and
there is an hour or two of the mot de
licious music that one could imagine. They
sing hymn after hymn, and w hen the twi
light fades the little ones are put to bed,
to get up tho next morning with the glow
of health upon tbetr cheek?., and begin
their week of study awl play that shall fit
them to become strong men and women
to administer wiselv upon the vast fort
unes that will soon bo theirs. Ladies'
Several Historic Kan.
A fan belonging to a New York lady was
originally given by Xapoieon to Josephine
and then by tho emprostoMme. Campan,
from whom it passed to its present owner
Of other beautiful fans owned by fortu
ante New York ladies, one painted by Dc
taille is a spirited picture of hordes taking
the fence at .'erome park, another, by the
painter Borra, minutely depict a christen
a g scene before a Spanish alcalde, while a
third shows a charming skating scene in
the BoU do Boulogne, painted by Lafitte.
The fan which Mrs. Levi P Morton car
ned on the night of the Centennial ball is
an heirloom exquisitely carved ivory
sticks and charming water color painting
oa w'bTte attk. New York World,
Witli Low Prices
Remember We Do Not Advertise Trash
ioo mens suits $10.00, cannot be duplicated for less than - $15.00
100 mens overcoats $5cannotbe duplicated for less than - $ 8 00
100 mens overcoats $12, cannot be duplicated for less than $17.00
406 East Douglas Avenue, Wichita, Kan.
If you have
headache try Preston's
"You threw niea fcfca ls-st incut," said he.
With a .smile, to the uiaHieu fair,
"But tho nlbt was dark; It eluded mo
Pray, have j ou another to spare V
"I may have one," said tho bluiuln miss.
And he auswered, upproauhiax nuar:
"I won't run tho rik of losing- ihh;
To male sure, I will tuu it here."
Capo Cod Item.
ne Should Knllst for a Soldier.
The maid was a maid of many charms,
And tho limp was turned donu loir,
But th youth didn't know how to use his arms.
And sho hmilcd when Iih roe to ro
Oipf Cod Itotn.
Bradycrotine never fails to cure Head
ache. Billy Say, Fred, what made you shave
off your mustache?
Fred Oh, Edith told mo it always made
her feel down in the mouth. Journal of
Can you learn to lovo me, sweetheart?"
Aad olio, 6inihng, answered, "No."
Then Mi smilca aain and twittered:
" 'Cause 1 learned to, long ago "
Mr. Younghusband Yes, Pm caught at
Old Fishorman (in surprise) And she
didn't throw you back? Harper's Bazar.
Preston's "Hed-Ake" wi
VPny Iloj Are loud of Nature.
I have often read in stories of boys who
were fond of nature, and loved her sub
limity and beauty, but I do not believe
boys are ever naturally fond of nature.
They want to make use of the woods and
fields and rivers; and when they become
men they find these aspects of nature
endeared to them by association, and so
they think they were dear for their own
sakes, but the taste for nature is as purel'
acquired as the taste for poetry or the
t:iste for tomatoes. I have often seen
boys wondering at the rainbow, but it
was wonder, not admiration, that moved
them; and I have seen them excited by a
storm, but because the storm was tre
mendous, not becGUSo it wr beautifuL
W. D. EoweUs.
rolief by using Preston's
' f.i.... i .'roHilsC.
As sir oa a fox wa he. and she
A vrfl 3A the dainty dove.
And so lie n rote her a bwbet of notes
Tfest spoke of his dentfcle&s love.
But he -wrote them alt with a ttuttmz 1st.
And thus she had been deceived.
If she hada't, in fact, photographed theza all
As fast as they -ortre received.
harmless Preston's "Hed
A curious incident is handed down
from the boyish life of Schiller. On
day, in a tremendous thunderstorm, the
family gHthered together in ill disguised
terror. But Frits was missine, and the
father, alarmed for his safety, sought
him in vain in all the rooms of the house.
He went outdoors to search for the
trnant, and to his surprise found him
perched on a branch of a solitary tree,
eagerly watchiiur the heavens and the
gashes whioh lighted up the gloom. He
was wholly indifferent to the rain, which
had wet him to the skin, and to the dan
ger he incurred. To the sharp reproof
of the father the boy replied with a
"The lightning is so beautiful I wished
to ecu where it came from." Boston
It cures headache only Preston's
And Honest Values
AH Leading Drnsglsts
Sell Excelsior Springs, Mo., waters.
.Nothing : wo I'roml Of.
"Sho makes me very tired."
"Her having got engaged. There are
500,000 men in this city, and out of them
199,909 don't bother themselves at all
about her. One.docs. I dou't see what
there is to grow- proud over." Philadel
Primus Do you think that building a
monument is the best way to keep Gen.
Grant's personality before the public?
Secundus No; a surer way is not to
build the monument, and let a great city
like Chicago keep worrying herself about
itall tho turf - ",'" ' xvvkly.
Bradycrotine cured Headaches for Mrs.
J. A. Potter, Providence, R. L
torpiirut.ouK ere L,,r tho Same,
"Corporations have no souls'' is a much
older expression than most people i:s
agme. It originated with Sir Edward
Coke, who In the Sixteenth century was
considered one of the best legal writenj
of the age. He says, in one of his treat
ises, "Corporations cannot commit tres
pass, nor be outlawed, nor excommuni
cated, for they have no souls." Detroit
Beecham's Pills cure sick headache.
A Stroke of GenliiM.
"Why didn't you write oftener in answer
to my letters. Jack?" she asked, tearfully.
"Because, dearest," he remarked, "yours
were so long and interesting that I spent
all my time reading them." Harper's Ba
iar. Proof Positive.
"Gertrude, I see you rejected the head
clerk Iast night."
"Why, papa, how did you find out?"
"Easy enough he did tho biggest half
day's work this morning that he's done in
five years." Epoch.
money refunded; Preston's
One Mitiatlnc Feature.
Jack Mabel, will you be my wife?
Mabel Indeed, I will not. I will not
even be a sister to you.
Jack Well, thank heaven for that.
Among tho new electrical apparatus for
vessels has recently appeared the holo
phote, which is a powerful arc liKht
mounted on a movable projector so as to
j-end a beam of light to port or starboard
to indicate to other vessels the way her
helm is put. Itt for example, the helm is
to port, the ray sweeps to starboard and is
there occulted. The apparatus is worked
through the power of the electric current,
being automatically thrown in and out by
movements of tne helm.
Sure cure Preston's "Hed-Ake."
Lore 1 Blind.
What foolv indeed, these mortal be l
And foremost in this land
Of manr million mortal fools.
The foolish loTers stand.
Each thinks that srlxix his ova fan- staid
Keoo ether can compare;
Poor thispti they do not free that tshis
I trnty uttei aj falrl
After the Honeymoon.
She Bat why do you say I don't care
for you any more?
He Oh! I know I'm nothing more to
you. Only the other day that puppy died.
And you had it Muffed. Would you do a
each for me? Yenomne's News.
Sentimental Haiden There goea Jack's
wife; she is never happy wbn Jack is oat
of her sight, is it because sh lores hiaa
Experienced Widow No. It's beexuM
she knows hia ko wclL Lif-
Cures while -ron wxit Preston's "Hed-
JL JL Jl w3vZa
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Quinine is robbed of its bitter taste by
combining it with sugar of milk and
some bicarbonate of soda. Capsicuin,
ginger or other aromntics are also used
in combination with quinine to prevent
its disagreeable head symptoms and for
other valuable improvement in its ad
ministration. I'canuts and the Meloilramn.
I have sometime? thought that the de
cline of the melodrama hero in Boston has
been duo to the diminished influence of tbo
peanut in theatrical affairs. There was a
certain inspiring influence exacted by thie
ediblo which is wanting in the demonstra
tions of the theatre goers of today It in
dnccd n contemplative attitndc -which was
favorable to theMiccesscf plays in which
the moral sentiments were appealed to to
counteract the effect of the situat on
The dropping of peanut shells uccentuated
so to speak, the applause which followed
tne mourning or unexcepuonauie uits oi
morality that served as a makeweiftnt for
actions which had a decidedly vicious if
not criminal tendency.
One mises in the galleries the pit, alas'
has vanished from our theatres the class
of patrons that gave a peculiar zest to the
melodrama, which was coincident with the
reign of the peanut. There was a certain
affinity between these old time theatre
goers and the plays which were provided
for their delectation that accounted for the
eucccss of a sort of drama that it would
be impossible to revive today. The de
iightfnl unconcioosne5s of conventional
propriety which was indicated by the con
sumption of peanuts and the dispersion of
their shells within the dramatic tempi
wa3 matched by the confiding reliance bjr
theatrical manacers upon vivid sentiment
and vigorous action, instead of upon aa
eational mechanical effects, to win the fa
Tor of an audience Boston Post.
The Manual of Anus In the Pact.
The manual for loading awl firing t&e
musket tn 1707 was:
"Join your right hands to yeor rausketiii
handle your matches Mow your raatclMn:
try yonr matches; guard yor pans; Mow
your matches; present; give fire; recover
your arms; return your matches; blow yoar
pans; handle your primers; priae, shai
your pans; blow jour pans: cost ahfeat to
charge; handle your charges; opea iIm-w
with your teeth: charge with powder
charge with ballet; the wad froai yor
haU; draw forth your rammers; bold then
up; snorted t-ieai against your breast, pat
them in the aA -Is, ram down your charge,
withdraw yoar rammers; bold tbetn up
shorten tbesa against yoar breast; return
your rammers; your right hand uader the
pan; poise yonr muskets; shoulder ytwr
muskets; rest your musket: order yor
muskets; Izj down yoar ntssket. take ep
your muskets; nat yoar mtukets: dot
yonr muskets, rest jear ra3cev; rhtraMtx
your ntnket; make ready; giv 8ns.
fin wTn in v u .-., ,- nHnr
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castcria. j
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neat type faces for that especial worlc Constitution
and By-LawB for Lodges, JtmlidliOij Loan Associ.
Sehool Records, Etc
We dealre to call the attention or county supertntflB
tendents, school district of rlcera and teachers to otst
line or school publications ag given oeiow. yur iwaopi
records and booScB are now oelng used exclusively In
quite a number or counties, and are euperlor to tvnv
In the market: Classification Term Record. Record or
Apportionment or State and County School Jrods,
Suptfrintendonrs Record or School VlHlte, CPocJm
flz). Record or Teachera' Ability, CPocket Size), Rec
ord or Orriclal Acts. Annual Financial B porta. An
nual Statistical Report. School Dtetrlct Oisrk'a
Record, School Dl trlct Treasurer's Record.Schoo
District Treasurer's Warrant Register, School pwtrlct
Clerk's Order Book. School Teacher's Dolly efiPtr.
School District Boundaries, Reoprd T&achers Xmploy
X Receipts, Tuition formal Ianituu. iV
Teacher's 'examination. Bffr 0,"J ,li
Orders on Treasurer, Orders on Normal InsUtutg Fund
oSeS ror iwrtlonment state School Fund, Ordn
Dividend State and County School Fund, ortleraoa
Fund rrom SaJo or School Land. Monthly Report
Erhool District, Promotion Cards District 3chool,
DlplomasDistrict Scnoois, Pupils Monthly Report.
Loan and Investment Companies.
Books and blanks. Our Loan Regitr if nor i bm
by loan companies genera.ly.
The Daily Eagle.
Elzht pages-Contftln3 the day and night associated
press despatches In lull, and the Iatttft rxuLrkut report.
Sample copy f rec,
The Weekly Eagle.
Eight pages Contains more stat and general anrs
and eastern dispatches tnan any weekly papsr in ta
South-west. The latest market rspocta up to th Hour
or going to press. Sample copy Irt.
ElrxiAtpontlyjuniIshedupon work of aay kind. AdcSivsiB,
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ill Si ponstag jStTa,
j, uoiiuiuiiiuuinea x uuuc, corpora
tions, stock companies, lodges, etc.
Orders filled promptly. Also stock
certificates for corporations and
stock companies, either printed oc
lithographed in elegant design.
Wimr4. Kan., T1 , IK.
I h tn nee joar "AUerav'e rocket Docket.
and find It rery conreelest and well arrant for
keepinr a oomplei memoranda of men um III
Jnttwbata lawyer need la keeptac a complete
!rcrd of tie work.
Yonrs mtwt rMpeetfally,
fT. A. MOKR.'d. County Attorney,
By mail oostDald to anv ad-
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