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AND EVERYTHING BELONOINO IN i.
Family Grocery Store
BUSTQN & SONS.
Vol. xlix. no. iT
LOOK OUT 111
for these imitations and substi?
tutes, they are poor stuff at tlio I
best and increase your misery. |
Take Simmons Liver Regulator I
only. You will know it by the
large red Z on the face of every
package and by the relief it gives
when taken for Dyspepsia, Indi?
gestion, Constipation, Biliousness
and Sick Headache.
mi nm Y
J. H. Zeilin & Co.. Phllad'a. Pa.
WANTED, ftflEN :
To talto ordert* for our
Good Pay, Each Week. Salary on
Commission. Experience not
New, special varieties, controlled
only by us. If you can dovoto but
p'art.pj your time, write us. Enclose |
BRA Dil bW & CO,
8 Bulftbotf 'Muco,
Host on, Mass. ?
THE BLOOD LS THE FOUNTAIN
therefore if the blood is impure und
unhealthy, the body will become sick
and disease will fasten itself upon it
and death will mark it us one of i.s
early victims. Make clean the blood,
and scrofula, old sores, eczema, nud
kindred diseases will disappear und
happiness reign where disease and
misery held sway. We sny to suf?
ferers take Dr. David's lodo-Ferrut
ed Sarsaparilla. It. bus no equal as a
blood purifier. Just try it. Price.
$1.00 per bottle, six bottles for *3 00
at. A F. HargraveV, Tazewell. and 0.
W. Greever's, Graham, Va.
An net for the protection of lisli in
Bland, Tazewell ami Smythe coun?
ties. Approved February 12, 1894
1 Bh it enacted by tho general as?
sembly of Virginia, That it shall be
unlawful for any person knowingly to
kill or inj mo any fish by the use of
dynamite or any other explosive or
poison thrown or placed in any of
tho waters of Bland, Tazewell and
2. It shall be unlawful for any per?
son to purchuse. cat or have in his
possession any fish so injured or kill
ed iu auy of said waters
3. It shall be unlawful for any per
SOU tO SO Ideate thei" steam saw mills
iu the comities of Bland. Tazewell
aud Smyth that the sawdust there?
from shall fall into and pollute the
4. it shall bo unlawful for any per
sou to take or catch tish by means of
a trap, dip net or seine, harpoon,grab
hook or nny other device, except hook
and line, in any of said waters, ex
cept that it shall be lawful to catch
minnows for bait by means of a hand
net; and for four years after the
United States fish commission shall
have placed in the south fork of I1<>1
ston river or its tributaries California
trout or other fish for the slocking of
said streams, it sludl bo unlawful to
take from said streams or destroy in
any way any of such fish or their in
creaso within tho limits of Smyth
5. Any person wdio shall violate
auy of the provisions of section one
of this net shall, upon convection
thereof, be lined not less than twtn
ty-fivo dollars nor more than fifty
dollars and confined in the county
jail not less than ten nor more than
thirty days; and any one violating
any of the provisions of sections two,
three or four shall, on con viel inn
thereof, bo lined not less than twen
ty live dollars nor moro than fifty
6. This act shall bo in force from
S. H. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis.,
was troubled with Neuralgia and
Rheumatism, his stomach was disor?
dered, his liver was affected to an
alarming degree, appetite fell away,
and he was terribly reduced in flesh
and strength. Three bottles of Elec?
tric Bitters cured him.
Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, 111.,
hod a running sore on his leg of
eight years' standing. Used three
bottles of Electric Bitters and seven
boxes of Arnica Salve, and his leg is
sound and well John Speaker, Ca
tawba. O., had five large fever sores
on his leg, doctors said he was in?
curable. One bottle of Electric Bit
tors and one box Bucklcu's Arnica
Salvo cured him entirely. Sold by
A. F. Hargravc, Druggist.
LOC4L AND GENERAL
N E WSJ3RIEFS.
Mori' coal! |
City election Monday.
Circuit court tor Tazewell county
will lie in session next week.
U. S Senator Colquitt's illness
terminated fatally on Monday last
Henry Kinzer burned near town
about six thousand bushels of su
About eleven thousand lambs
will he sent to market this season
Persons hunting cattle in the
county I'm summer grazing report
them haul to lind.
This cold wave has entailed a loss
upon the Southern States that is es
tiiinitcd in the millions of dollars.
Mr. Frank Lewis i.s convalescent
from his late severe illness, but the
case of his father is considered hope
Mr. Ceo. W. Oillespic attended a
meeting of the stockholders of tin
Tazewell Coal and Iron Co. at Had
Coxcy's army of '?hobos" was fro ,
zeu out aller marching about fifteen
parasaugs. Alter n thnw it may
Tin' vestihuled train on t'ie Ohio
division was wrecked near G mini in
a lew days sint.o. There was no
loss of life.
Dr. J. W. Kelly,of Big Stone Gap.
with his very young son, visited his
lather. Judge Kelly, Wednesday, on
the occasion of the hitter's birth
Married, at the homo of Hie
bride's parents on Cavatt's creek,
Jos K. Bit:illi to Miss Veronia Put
I ten, on Sunday last, Rev. A. G. Cur?
A cutp measuring 82 inches in
leni?th, 2.'5 inches in circumference
.?.'.ml weighing 20 pounds was caught
iu Goose creek, Loiulonn comity, it
lew days ago by Bernard Thomp?
Messrs. G. S. Sexton and S. R.
i Billiard have planted seven acres
of potatoes on the Ewald lauds that
I hey rented from the Development
Company, says the Wytbeville Eu
' For a long tihie I suffered with
stomach and liver (roubles, and
could lind no relief until 1 began to
use A.ver's Pill*. I took fliem regti
Inrly Ibra lew months and my
health was completely restored.''?
1). W. Baine, New Berne, N. C.
An exposition of the resources of
Southwest Virginia is being plan
lied for in Koanoke. The citizens
there interested in the movement
desire representatives from Ibis set!
tiou to meet with them on the 7th
Tho desk at which Generals
Grant and Lee signed (he articles
of surrender id Apptimnttox Court
house was sold last, week for $15 10
to a lady living abroad. It was the
properly of a former resident of
When Hahy mi sick, we n"TO her Costorla.
When sho was a Child, she cried for ttuitoria.
When stio hecamo Miss, sho elunR to Costorla.
When she had Children, sho fjavo them Costorla.
Governor O'Feitall has received
the resignation of 11. S. K Morrison,
of Scott county, .judge of the seven?
teenth judicial district The reason
he assigns is that he now has siti
opportunity to resume bis practice
under favorable eisen instil lice's. The
resignation takes efleet in April
There is no reason why children
should be allowed to stiller from
loathsome scrofulous sores and
glandular swellings when such a
pleasant, effective mid economical
medicine as A.ver's Sarsnparilla may
be procured of the nearest druggist
Be sure you get Ayer'a.
Tun Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt
Uhcum, Fever Sores, Tetter,Cliapped
Hands. Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles, or no pay required. It is guar
nnteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or monc refunded. Price 2? cents
per box For sa n b; A. F. Har
A GOOD RI^c7)M>Ii:NDATION.
La Favktte, Ind.?A Mrs. Jas. Fay
living uear this city claims to have
been cured by tho use of Simmons
Liver Regulator after live or six of
the best physicians had pronounced
the etiso hopeless.?Albert A.. Wella.
Your druggist sells it in powder or
liquid. The powder is to bo taken
dry or made into a tea.
Tue Tlrown's Iron lllttern.
Physicians rcroinmciid It.
All dealers keep It. 81.00 per hotilc. Ocnnino
hau trade-mark and crotMid mdllneson wrapper.
Fcr. pr.cTr.L;Tiori. not rcr, ornament.
ffrito DUL?iS ? DUB01S, Patent Attorneys.
Irivontlvo Ago Bu?clinsr,
WASHINGTON. U. C.
liaok Free. Mention this paper,
My Dear News:
You may possibly like to bear
something of a country which is
fur chough away from you, and tin
road to which is indirect enough,
to require one to travel cast, north
and west by turus; and you may
poHsibly,also, feel an Interest which
ia involuntary, since your country
has. a certain connection with it; a
sort of second cousin lehitionship,
at least while the writer is a real,
The two countries also resemble
one another in gilts and qualities;
tliii' the. climate, of a certain sunny
laud we know of, has more of the
sweet good nature, that pure air,
sparkling water and winds, whose
touch is only to caress, will always
produce. Quickened vitality, men?
tal strength ami physical beauty
are but the natural emanations of a
country and climate so sympathet?
ic, so gcuial. Here, art is mine of?
ten called on to atone for nature's
deficiencies and she does her part
well, too, in an effort, which, if it
is in the direction of show (let us
say advancement), still pays tri
liutc, tirst, to comfort.
I Proximity to the far famed While
Sulphur, with its array of beauty,
I wealth and cultivation, has added
much to the advantages, natural
I and artificial, to which this section
I can Iny indisputable, claim. A
people willingly obeying the
promptings of a sound good sense
and unerring judgment, would
only, from the wide array of meth?
ods, good and bud, choose what
was excellent, tending to elevate,
to reiiue; conducing to the only
true life?the happiness and the
improvement of themselves and all
around them. Thus the single
luimlcdiicss of vigorous rural life,
moving hand in hand with that of
a higher casie, whose dainty per
footed appliances have become too
necessary to ignore, presents itsell
pure, polished and perfect in its
absorbing beauty, as is the sculp?
tured mat hie.
These people are like ours, am?
bitious; and the Influx of a first,
rate element among them has en?
couraged their love lor advance?
ment. They boast three Iii si rate
schools in L. Schools that should
be t lit pride of an enlightened
people in numbers, as iu good
standard. Disaster has several
times thinned the ranks, to be lill
ed up again when the panic was
past, and perfect confidence in (he
principals has never been inter?
rupted. In (he last distressing
scare, the principal of the female
seminary, on the Urst appearance
of danger, quaraiitineil bis house?
hold, and many of the day pupils
being admitted to the boarding de?
part incut, I be school went on with
greater regularity and success, per?
haps, than before. This was main
taincd live weeks, and the quarau
tiuc being raised, all the pupils
without exception ret tu ned, and
there were several additions from
abroad, with perfect confidence in
the management, menial and phys?
An interesting relic in this place
is the ''old stone church" in its
classic beauty, a dignified sentinel,
keeping watch and ward over the
graves of the past century, where?
in lie the kith and kin of almost
all who have lived a long or short
time near its stately shadow. The
beauty of this "city of the dead" is
most impressive. It lies fair, to
the sunniest southern exposure, so
peaceful and so lovely. The gray
grown mounds, the marbles, pure
and polished, the peaceful ever?
greens that answer only the gen?
tlest whispers of the balmy south
ein breeze, the soothing stillness,
though in stone's throw of the busy
haunts of man?all, make one feel,
' these are not dead, but sleeping.''
There are characters, in a modest
way persons of note, residing here,
? interest in whom adds largely
; to the already interesting tradi?
tions of this Bection, handed down
Ten years of nire, lint who declines to plve his
name to the public, makes this authorized,
confidential statement to us:
"When I was one year old,my mnmmndlrd
of consumption. The doctor said that I,
ton, would soon die, and all our neighbors
thought that even it I did not die, I would j
never ho aide lo walk, because I was so
weak and puny. A irutticrltiB formed mid
broke under my arm. I hurt my finder and
it gathered and threw out pieces of linne.
If I hurt myself so ns to break the skin, it
was sure to become a running sore. I had
to take lots of medicine, but nothing has
done me so much good as Aj..r's Sarsapa
rilla. It lias made me wall and stronsr,"?
T. I). M., Norcatur, Ke.;lS.
J I'mnared h? V.t. ,1 O. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mnu.
I Oures others, will cure you
I through many generations. Among
them the daughter of the Rev. John
McKlhonny ami widow of Judge
Joseph Kry,lor the most port of his
life n resilient t?f Wheeling, n lady
Itust lour .score.still appreciative of
[life's ititereslitig claims, a gentle
i hnly,si ill most grm"cful,c|cgnut ami
agreeable, retiring though ever,
i sought, a queen in woman's realm.
The climate of Green brier must!
I be favorable to long lifo, for quite'
I vigorous octogenarians are not uu-l
For polities, the Wilson bill is
generally endorsed?certainly it is
by the. "Independent," the spirited
Democrat it: journal of this place,
and'-both useful anil pleasant to
Two churches arc fully occupied,
three times during the week, and
regular services are held less often
The summer brings hosts of
boarders to this pleasant resort
ami business and gayety are quick?
If one did not live, in Tazowcll,
ho might live in (Jreenbrier.
HOT AND COL.D.
The beautiful spring weather of
last week was in no wise indica?
tive ol what has followed. Sine
then frost,snow and ice have mark?
ed the coldest weather ol* the win?
ter. 1 ho temperature lell to (I de?
grees above to kill fruit and early
The weal her reports show that
throughout the Middle and South)
Atlantic States from this torn L'enn
AUCH TO,' 1894._
sylvaniu und Now Jersey to South
Carolina, ami in Northern Georgia
ami Alahtuna and Kastern Ten
ncssoe, Thursday, Mandl 22d, was
the warmest day, so tin- as the
Weather Bureau has record, that
has ever nceurreil during the inont h
tit' March. Following are some mux
i mi it in temperatures reported from
stations in this region and the
number ol degrees above the high?
est previously recorded by the
Weather Bureau during any March,
vi/.., Philadelphia, 7(1.0; Atlantic
City, 70.0; Daltimore, 82.S; Wash?
ington, 88 (i; Lynclihiirg, 80.0; Nor?
folk, SS.7; Italeigh, S.S.!); Charlotte,
S4..V, Wilmington, 88.4; Charleston,
84.1; Savannah, 88.2; Atlanta, 82.51J
Montgomery, 80.1; Uhattanoogu,
Si l; Knoxville, 82.1.
Throughout Maryland, Virginia
and North Carolina the tempera?
ture on Monday, March also
lose higher thundering any pre?
vious March, the following usually
high temperatures being reported
on that day, viz.: Haltimore, 7S;
Washington, 88; Ijyuehbiirg, Noi
folk ami Italeigh,81; Charlotte, 82.
The records ?how that generally
throughout the K?stern portion of
the United States the prcsciU
month has been an unusually warm
Ih.m In ?<m. 'mm- fat O ni.'i.'l.. ?n.| .1...? n Jlirm lo IIium
trim mir'!"*" J. Ui'f l.'."?>r .nutuwn Mofrnt. Thn.t I
ulio ntlln 91 on." on In. Mit? of trcrl.lni: Iii? Wlltrtl I
?. I Snill|.l|.. W-J.iv All .llim IMCM.Mt. A.l.lrrM l
tit luaon<?> <)?., i> ?* Hl-i. 1'iirtlna.l. Mulan
Our stork of Clothing and Furnishings for tho
Spring Season iH how complete and
ready for inspect ion
It is the Largest Slock,
It is the liest Selected Stock,
It is the Cheapest Stock
evei brought to the county.
TH?RE Is no nonsense about this If is STRAIGHT
BUSINESS, ninl wo want you to COIilO und see
und be convinced. Remember we carry nu ini
mouse line of FURNISHINGS.
Aid. STYLES OK
SHIRTS, COLLARS, CUFFS, HOSIERY, GAUZE UNDERWEAR AND
NECKWEAR, Most of if made especially for our trade, and
cannot be bad elsewhere.
TRUNKS, ^om 91 00 to Sir. 00.
VALISES, All Hfvies and prices.
GUM COATS, GUM CAPES, M'tNTOSHES, LEGGINS, OVERSHOES,
Especially McIutoKhns. Don't buy till you see ours
A full line of linen and silk USVICRELLAS maiiufao
lined for us by flans Bros.
HATS, Now we know you will not bo ho foolish as to
buy your SPRING HATS without seeing our
styles. Can give you anylhing now in soft,
stiff und straw goods.
Will You Give Us a Look Before Buying ?
If so remember (he place, opposite the Courthouse, in the Masonic Build
ing. Very truly,
A.ftor having bought our
with nil the pains with which
Secure it, We offer tho
$6,800 WORTH at COST.
SeCaUSe it '8 0l,r intention to go out of business
when the stock is sold. Our large stock which we
ha I at Bluefield and to which the now Benson's pur?
chases had beon added, we have moved to Tuzewell
with this end in view.
Suits, Odd Pants, Coats and Vests,
Fine Shoes, Hats, Neckwear,
Underclothing, all kinds of
Gents Furnishings, Trunks,
Valises, &c? &c.
A WINDFALL FOR HARD TIMES.
It is indeed ! Hero you have a large stock of nenl, clean, fashiouublo goods,
where little money can get in its best work. Our arrangement to quit this
line of bosinonii is your opportunity for
A SPRING OUTFIT.
Come nnd seo ns at Hclow's old stand e n Main street und sen what wc
can do for you for how much. Bring tho boys, too?
A. B? BUGHANAN k 60., - TAZEWELL, VA,
BUSTON & SONS*
SHALL YOU RIDB TUB BBSTP
Victors arc the leading bicyclou < f the world?the bot. If you want'
the greatest amount of enjoyment vom mit t ride a Victor.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
en n 0 it.
We arc triaking u'npceliiliy of Hhiiufom Gfootts of all kimlr.
Our utock is immense ami consists of Pinn, Lt nitons,'
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR,! MASONIC, KNKiHTKOF
PYTHIAS, ODD FELLOWS, KNKIH I'S OF HONOR'
ROYAL A HO AN UM, 0I1RESTIAN ENDEAVOR, &e., fie.
Wo solicit ordurH lot those goods, ami
PilOWIlSg LOWEST PRICES.
Oar Htoc.k of DIAMONDS, WATOHES, 4.l EWEliRY, Si I A' l'.li'WA Ut?
j CLOCKS, &0., iH very complete. Catalogue mailed froo.
RYLAND & RANKIN,
ilowelora and SilveramitliH hod Mein Si-, r.yfiehburg Vit.
1111'MKM ItF.lt:? Our Mr. Hiiukin is ill Taxowoll at the '.lore Of Dr. A F.
Hurgrnvo evory Oourt Day am) day following. He earihma lull Hinck,
THE OLD RELIABLE AND PdPULAR DYE WORKS
Is the only pluue to liuvu your ?ldlhuH perfectly dyed, ohuoiod und repaired.
Prices very moderate, Goods aunt l>y express will receive prompt alien
E. WALSAK, Proprietor,
j Corner Ooinmoroo and Oampboll HI reels, KOANOKF., Va.
COMMANDRltV NO. 20.
y\ KNIUHT8 TKMl'LAlt,
MootH Ii i st Moiiilny in eneli month.
Ja.mks O'Kkkkfk. Eminent Coin.
W. (i. Younu, Recorder.
Meets third Monday in
JAMKHO'KKKWK, ii. i'.
J. R, Hknuy. Secy.
? Tazowell Lodgo,
No. 62, A. IF. & A. M.
f^rNMoeta llio ~d and-Ith Mooduye
in each month.
\V. <!. YOUNO, \V. M. !
.Iamkh. O'KKKI'I'K, Hue.
ryo ki.avius j. TAIiOll -NOTICE, j
WhorciM on tin- 27th rtny of December,
ItlOil, nt '.he term of tin: Docoiiibcr couH ol
Toxewell county, Virginia, It. Rriltnin,
Treasurer of Tnxewoli county, Viruinin,
tiohl n oortilill tract of land, Minute in I ho
county of 'farewell. Mate ol Virginia, oil
Mud Kork, norUicoal l.r> miles, containing
forty-five norcH, ?s dolintpionl for uoii-jMy
incut of t'i\cK iibhi iwcd thereon, ngniliNt
and in the name of MuviiiH J. Tubor, und ,
whereas nt said sale M. If, lluroor hccntiio |
the purchaser thereof at the price of -til.Ill :
ami. whereas the undersigned dcyircK to i
obtain a deed to naid land from Ihc Olork
? ?f the County Court of Tnxowoll, nud 1
whereas an ullidavit has lieetl tiled in tint ,
Olerk'a Ofllee of the County Court of TOKO. .
well county lint tho said Flavins .1. Tabor !
is not n rciml.mt of thin Shite, he in llicru
fore notilied that I hIjuII on tho 17th day
of April. 1891, nt tho ofHen of tho county ]
surveyor of Tnxcwoll county, Virginia,
OtttlM or move .1. II. Wingo, surveyor of '
naid Tnzewell county, to malic report to j
?nid court of the. county of Tazewell sped. '
tying meleu and hoimdfl of sidd tract of
land sold l>y H. Brittaiii, TrcaHiirer as
aforesaid, the uamCR of the owiivrn of nil* j
joining laudH or lots, nud to give Hitch j
further description of thonaid lands as,
will identify it. This notice is given nil
der and in pntMIIMIUCa of the requirements ;
ofKec. 001, Codo of Virginia, 18H7, as
amended hy nn net passed February 2K, j
18U0 (Ads'lSs!) 00) page 107.
Hy M. II. HUltGEK, purehitacr.
March 'J, 18111.
ITfi'Txi KKMI> to Iloanoko, I.ynchh-.irg,
ill U y Charleston, or any of In? cith s to
VV Ji 1 get your HIjANK HOOKS orSpo
cud Killing and Hunting done,
Recorder Pub. Co.,
WELCH, W. VA.,
Can do it nB well and as cheaply, Mid nt
the Htmo time. deserves vour patronage ON
a Home Bntkiipbibb? Old) IIUOKH HE
HOUND IN ANV STYbB.
J. 1''. BEAVEK8. Manager.
HOTICE TO TRESSPASSERS.
All jit rsoiiB arc. hereby warned not to'
hunt, ride or walk through my placo west
of town or in any way to tressnnss.
Parties riiarepurdinu thin notice will ho
prosecuted to tho full. si extent ot the law.
SXiiVX O'K GBFFE;
?p3fT-r BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
CurvH luitlKntihitl, IIIIUmmm -1, liy?pep?lH'i Mali
rin. NarviMMiiv?, nudtieiioml IMilllty. I'hyi 1
rinn? rvcuiimioiiil Ii. Allden?'!???II II. (Uiiiulno
haul rinlit laut I: innl eiossed red Hues on w :i:| I < i
rp) LONDON It. O. St M. (JO. NOTIUH."
WliPfnnn on U'.n U7lli day of Deo mlmr,
18112, at (Ik- lorill of On' DccPlllllOl noill't (if
'J'nxowcll counter, Virginia, It. Itrlltiihi,
Ti'ciiHiirnr of I'litfowtdl comity, Virainiu,
Hold n ttcrliiiii Imcl ol hniil Hitimlc in Ilm
Olonr Kork District, itom ly of TnMiwull,
Male of Virginia, mill ill ??(?: 11 K'(l UlOMOII as
r>7ner<H, Lmirel Creek. N. 15. 23 Hillen, im
ill liiii|in nl lor lion .payment (if laxen and
piiuidtloH iimk>hm?<1 lllorooil for tin- your
IM'.II a^aina! iinil in I'm* name of the Hniil
London II. O, it M. Co., nml wliorciiH at
iiiiiil null! M II. Unr?nr lieoiui'o the pnr
nliiiHer o( tin- Hiihl entire Intel of liui'l iii
tlin price nl Iwo doll u s nml four omitii
'> .!.(M ), nml wlicrcnft Ilm ninlcTHlKiiod ilo.
Hires to obtnin n. deed fortlnl raid land
from the Clerk of the Comity Com! or
'J'll'/.ewcll, innl win r in. mi ullUlrivll him
lifon II led in (he Olcrk'it Olllvc of Um
Comity Cotirt i>l Tic/.oi&i>II iintuily Vii
liini i. tint Ihr mild London 11. 0. A M. i!,,.
Ille not n hidi llts of thin Stille, limy me
therefore, hereby notified, Unit I hlmll on
Urn 17th liny of AprP, 1801. nt Um ofitue or
Ihn county mirvoyor of until 'lV/ewoll uoun
ty, Virainiu. cause or imivii .1. II. Winmi.
Hnrveyor of Haid Tnrtowoll uoiiuty, to initko
report to the Mild court of (he county of
'1'iiKiiwoll, Hpnisifyhiy tin- iiioIoh midhoiinda
of Miid Intel of hind sold hy Ii. Killt iin,
'1 rciiHio er as liforcnaiil, I ho iiitineii of Urn
owners of rtlljoillillK hinds or loin und to
ulve hiicIi further '.IcMirlptioit of (hit tmid
IiiiiiIh um will identify it. Thin uotiou is
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