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DOUBLE END PROPELLERS.
Theories That S,. should be Built
With a Screw in the Kow and Stern.
Theories h:ve been recenitly advanced by
naval architect: au:l engineers to the efTee:
that steamers should be built with a pro
pelier in the bow as well ~s :i the stern ti
the vessei. A ferry-b :a i"''v ji' Lui
in New York t-. lciewnt:tte th! t ihm("
tiheori<s are' pr:aie abh.. It tok Howe tenh
vears to distover that ti ol der to iuak:
sewing mac ine :t needh: mu1t be tlIen:teV
at the point instead of this th- r et.d, :t
tie artimntis in f:avor of the propeih-rt
tle bw of a steauner are parallels with '11
sewing machine disco'.ety.
It las been ehianti that Ih;: action o'
two wheels, one in the bow and one in ii
stern, is this: The forward wheel ser-.+
iself into the solid wafer ahe:,d of thne :
i.ud throws a:tcrn the tuanutity ot water i
has bit in the revolutitn, which action.
is said, draws the boat ahead. The curet
Ilows aft and there cones in contact wit b
t he stern terew, which is at the same tin
pushing the boat ahead. William C'owies,
a New York naval architect, in a papet
which he read before the American Society
of Mechanical Engineers, said that tlt
screw in the bow of the boat has beet
proved by use to be more efficient in pro
pelling than a screw at the stern.
Charles H. Cramp, whose firm is build
ing several-ships of the new navy, said lat
night, when asked what he thought about
the bow propeller theory:
"It has not been proved by use that the
screw in the bow of the boat is more etli
cient in propelling than a screw at tiht
stern. So far the propellor in the bow oi
a steamer is only a theory. There may b
a good deal in the theory, and it is matter
I would have to give careful thought be
fore condemning. If, however, as I thin,
now, two boats were built, one with two
propellers in the stern and the other boat
with a propehec i- th .ern and one in th<
bow, I think I woulu take the boat witi
the two propellers in the stern as the quick
est, safest and most powerful. I do no
believe that warships. built with propeller:
in the bow, would be any better than thor
built with only propellers in the stern, bu
as I said before, there is a a good deal it
the theory, and I would have to enter ilt
the technicalities of shipbuilding before ]
would care to express my self emphaticall,
as to whether the theory admits of practi
"So far as the propeller in the bow ap
plies to tugs and boats for use in the )el:i
ware river or in New York harbor I sal
that the propeller in the bow would be
failure on account of ice, which wouki
break the blades of the screw. No screv
could stand coming in contact with bi;
cakes of ice. By having the propellor le
cated in the bow of the boat the screw as :
matter of course would have to ploV
through the ice, whereas with the screw ii
the stern it is different. The prow of the
boat has separated the ice before the screv
in the stern comes in contact with it. It i
all very nice to theorize, but until I saw
the practical working of a screw in the bo'
of the boat and saw that it was an improve
ment over the screw in the stern I wouk
have to decide in favor of the screv
in the stern:"-Philadelphia Times Nov. 6
Lord Randolph's Lucky Dream.
Lord Randolph Churchill has taken ti
dreaming winners, and, what is a ver;
great deal more, dreaming them accurately
Ina vision a few nights since his Lordshil
dreamed that No. 22 (Veracity) on the car(
had won the Cambridgeshire, and being t
practical dreamer with a belief in himself
he backed No. 22 to win him some ?1,000
I have told many stories of winners bein:
.dreamed, and so far as I know my storie
have peen true, but there is no doubt abou
this most recent addition to the list. Fo
on noment he may have doubted whethe
h sa flyer at dreams after all, for th
first number put up by the judge was "2
(Trenebreuse), and we began ' to wonde
how it was we had missed the white jacke
and green cap, but "2" was speedily taket
down, The judge had told his man t<
*hoist "22," but the chattering round hi:
*box made his voice inaudible and so cause(
the mistake. However, the "22" was sooi
put up and Lord Randolph awoke to th
fact that he had developed a new accomr
plishment.-London illustrated News.
'The Grave of Genghis Knan.
The well-known traveier and savant
Abbe Armand David, sass that the mno:t.a
rmains of the great cornqueror', Geoghi:
Khan, or Genghis B~ogote, as he is callt
in Mongolian, are :)-tserved at a plaet
called Kia-y-sen, in the lad tof Ordes, :
dezolate region in a lend of the Teit
River in Mongolia. They are contaicedi it
a large silver coffin, which the Mo ngoi:
will not show to stratngers without samt
good reason. The ccotlin is wvrapped rounc
'vith rich stuffs, and nm~melous pilgrim:
come to kiss these and to pay the samu re.
* spect as taey would to a 1iving Etuperor.
Tte coffin is not in a Iamasery, or lhimr
monastery, but in a special building, whiAl
is guarded by a Mongol Prirnce. It is sitk
that this massive silver cfiin was at 1irsa
carried about all over Mongolia in order te
save it from eage-r enemies of Geghis,
and at length was broughtt here and die
posited in Ordos, because the asuer wats:
country which, ona acc'-unt of its, neun
situation and ius pover ty, s'am safe fro:
hostile invasion .-Min.ions CathI- l iques
A Trip to Texas.
Mr. C. H. George called in tan see u
Satur day and gave us a litule sketch of hi:
trip to Texas, where he went to ' -osp~ect
with a view of locaticg in casez l aed the
place. He wias absent eleven daiy. anad
visited Ccisicanna, in Natvarro County', 21?
miles into the interior. He is "vidently noe.
very favorably impressed with all that he
saw, and he returbed contvinlced that far
mers ca do as well in Sotuth Carolina as it
Texas. The lands are better there antd it
takes less lab.or to make a corn crop, bt
when it is made it sells for so much les'
thee than here that it amounts to about the
same. Neither the climate nor the water is
as grood as ini South Carolina. The far.
mers are no better off; have their fartma
covered by mortgages, and complain of
hard times just as much as we do here. He
travelled througH five States and from his
limited observations he saw no place that
pleaz.ad him as well as Aiken.-Aiken
He Would Revenge Himuselr.
A negro about 20 years of age, answer
ing to the name of Manuel Felder, was ar
rested yasterday for a cowardly attack on
a small white boy. It appears that Felder
had taken offense at some remarks made in
a crowd of small boys on Tuesday night,
but had refrained fronm action until he met
this boy, who was among the number, who
was not so old as himself by more than
half. If he had not been taken under the
protection of the law so quickly he would
have been harshnly dealt with by the indig
nant, the enraged citizens, both black and
white, who saw him, for he had struck the
boy several times in the head and face with
a rock, which he held in his hand, inflict
ing severe wounds each time. H~e will p)ro
pably be sent to jail for thirty days for his
offense.-Charleston World, Nov. 8.
A reporter, in an article on the destitute
poor, spoke of the great number of persons
reduced to poverty by the 'mysterious de
crees of Providence." His ~astonishment
may be imagined when he saw the intelli
gent printer had altered it to "mysterious
decrease of provisions."
"The Lord giveth a cheerful lover."
murmured Miss Wilker. "No, that isn't
right," she added; "but yet it has a pleas.
Give what you have, says Longfellow.
To some one it may be better than you dare
Savannath Valley Convention.
One of the most interesting of many con
ventions and meetings to be held durm:
the Exposition in this city is the Savannah
Valley Convention the middle of this
month. The organiz-ttion 'f 1L.e :obe
tion not inny months a go was ent thtias
tie. and we look for l :rger cnwd :'i For
more enthusiasm atthe :ipproach i:4' s
si:n. The im'portatbwe t f lit t wrk h l11.41
and the ,_toui re,(u:: to be, "lt : ;-v by
cleari::g'out. the Say:tetth :;hii b1) pre=tte
ing our people c it:: le, :tt:d the
m(eibers of the e ,iventi wili i be warmly
wel(oel -d to A ugsta.
The -News and Courier of yestenlay re
co,4uLzes tile e of tais movemeut,
and h-is the Illto.i:: t'r: c toei n s:
The scond1 ct'i.eltia o the iii.: Sa vaun ;h1
River aseito: lu:re ler for its object
the irmiprcoceniia1t f' tie Say:io:: river.
Sill b : held in Augusta on :n -verr 14
--1. T het' a:sseriati n i c". n:l.ed tfi leil
hers ft ol till (olunties in G'eotgia andt1
Suit ('ar in:a c'o:.1 a :in us :~ the river,
:nitd S: ct:de.r iull lhe pent; I the benefit
of a cheail certaiti ehanl- f 'r sending
their ;re ducts '.c mal ket.
lIa the memorial preMented to Congress
last February it was shown that, accord
ing to the census repor ts of 1b80, the thir
ty seven counties in Georgia and the twelve
in South Carolina diiteetl interested in the
improvement of the river represented in
farm products, farm values (including
house.,. farm implements and live stock
about $l:t150,00.iti0, and that they had a
population of about 1,000,00. It is be
ijeved that, because of the very valuable
interests involved, there will be a full at
tendance upon the convention in Augusta.
-Augusta Evening News, Nov. S.
A Supervisor in Trouble.
On Friday last Silas .1. Kennedy, col
ore-d, asked Mr. .Ioseph B!rown to ash a
cheek for $'1 on the Natiotnlal Bank of
Newberry-purpurtiig to be drawn by E.
A. Scott, and payable to John titet. Mr.
Brown was titot satistied as to the genuinle
ness of the check, :d took it over to the
Bank tosee if it was riult, it was there
scnn at once that the signature was not Mr.
Scott's, but a forgery. Meantime Keune
dy had got out of the way. The police
were notiiled, but he 'seped them.
On Monday last the Chief of Police found
Kennedy hanging around in that portion
of town known as Atmis'ka, and took him
in and he was coinmmit'.'i to j:til by Trial
Justice Blease ~rm the charge of forgery.
Kennedy is one of the ie-ading Republi
cans in this county and has taken a pronli
nent part in their conveit'ions for several
years. le was specially conspicuous at the
county conventionl hiel here in April to
send dlekgates to tte State and Congres
Kennedy was recently appointed Repub
lican Supervisor of Election at the Pu
maria Box. Election day found him in
Kennedy is an "educated" negro and has
been a school teacher in No. 11 Township
for some time.
Kennedy denies the charge and says he
is not the man who tried to pass the forged
check, but Mr. Brown and several of his
family identified him as the man.-New
It is not considered good form to write
on lined paper. The paper in best style is
plain, moderately rough surfaced, and
folds once into a square envelope Bright
colors are never elegant, and sealing wax
and monogratns and crests are entirely out
Let no lady make the mistake of giving
away one bit of jet ripping up a jet orna
ment. Jet is hign style-never was more
s)-and will sparkle all over the finest
evening dresses of black net and gauze.
It will also bn worn in classic bands in the
hair, particularly by blondes.
A Its peculiar efficacy is due
as much to the process and
NOTHING skill in compounding as to
UK T the ingredients themselves.
I~K T Take it in time. It checks
diseases in the out-set, or if
theybe advanced will prove a potent-cure.
It takes the place of a.
doctor a nd costly pre- WOS
scriptions. Allwhoea FO WHS
sedentary lives will find BENEFIT
it-the best preventive of
and cure for Indisrestion.
Constipation, Headache, Biliousness.
Piles and Mental Depression. No loss
of time no interference with business
while taking. For children it is most in
nocent and harmless. No danger from
exposure after taking. Cures Colic, Di
arrhcea, Bowel Comnplaints, Feverish
ness and Feveih Colds. Invalids and
delicate persons will find it the mildest
Aperient and Tonic they can use. A little
taen at night insures refreshin"- sleep
and a natural evacuation of the twels.
A little taken in the morning sharpens
the appetite, cleanses the stomach and
sweetens the breath.
A PHYSICIAN'S OPINION.
"I have been prcticing medicine for
twenty years and hae never been able to
pt up a vegetable compound that would,
l'ke Simmons Liver Regulator, promptly
and effectively move the Liver to acuon,
and at the same time aid (instead of weak
ening) the digestive and assimilative
pwers of the system."
L.M. His-rox, atio., Washington, Arkc.
Marks of Genuineness: Look for the red
Trade-31ark on front of Wrapper, and the
Seal and Signature of J. H. Zeilin dr Co., in
red, onat-he side. Take ho other.
When I say CtrnE I do not mean merely to
stop them for a timte, and then have them re
turn again. I 3tEA5 A ItIlIIICAL CUEE.
I have made the diseasec of
FITS, EPILEPSY Or
F A~LLNG SICKNESS,
A life-long study. I WARRANT my remedy to
CURE the worst cases. Because others have
failed is no reason for not now receiv ing a cure.
Send at once for a treatise and a FREE BiOTTLE
of my INFALLiBLE RtED~iY. Give Express
and Post Otfice. it costs y-ou nothing for a
trial, and it will cure you. Address
H.C. ROOT, M.C., 183 PEARL ST., NEW YORKC
Try the cue - Ne
Ely's Cream Balm
Cleanses the Nasal Passages. Al
lays Tnflammtion. Healsthe Sores.
Restores the Senses of Taste, Smell
A particle is applied into each nostril and
Is agreeabte. Price 50c. at Druggists or by
...l EYT BD/VTHEDDO5 arenTET.,Xew Yor..
It's Easy to Dye
Possesses many Important Advantages over a F e ss,
BABIES CRY FOR IT.
INVALIDS RELISH IT. / B t AND
Makeues LaughonacHealthy Bables. 1
Regulates the Stomach and Bowels. l -l _ Si icity*
Sold by Druggists. $5c., 50c., $1.00. I
WELLSC D &O IOV almre goods than any other
+WLS IHRSN&C. VLNTM T dyes ever mde. and to give more brilliant and
Bab Portraits. 6color; so cents each.
A Portfolio of utiful baby portraits, printed WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO.,_Burlington, Vt.
on fine p late paper by patent photo process, sent Glig Bozn
free to Mother of n Bab born withi a year.orGligrBrnnganyrtceUS
Every Mother wants these pictures; send at once. DIAMOND PAINTS.
Give Babys name and age.
WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Props., Burlington, Vt. Gold, Silver, Bronze, Copper. Only so Cent.
The Manning Academy,
A GRADED SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS.
TWENTIETH SESSION BEt=INS, MOND)AY, SEPTEMBER 3. 1S5$.
S. A. NETTLES, A. B3.. Atls. I:. C. ALSBROOK.
The course of instruuction, embracing ten years, is designed to furnish a
liberal education suited to tile ordinary vocations of life, or to fit students for
the Freshman, Sophomore, or Junior class of colleges.
PLAN OF INSTRUCTION.
The most approved text hoobs arc used. The blackboard is deemed an
essential in tihe cla>ss room. 'fie nw+aiiiy of an atuthor is ilnvarialy requtired
of each pu~pil. In all work done, ill whatever department, and whatever the
extent of ground covered, our motto shall always be TIOllGIIN,. To tis
end, we shall require that every lesson be le-ar"ied, if not ill time for the class
recitation, then elsewhere. No real progress can be made so long as the
pupil is allowed to go on from day to day recitinlg only half-perfect lessons.
TERMS YELL MONTH OF FOUR WVEEKS:
Primary Department (:3 y'ears* conerse) .................... $1.00, S$1.,50, alnd $2.00
luterinedite Department (2 years' (coarse) ....................................2.5(0
Higher I)eleartment (2 years' co~fl15"'...............................3.00, and 3.51
Collegiate epartent (:l years' conurse) ........ ............... $4.00, and 4.5()
Music, including use of inastrumFent............................s......3.0
Contingent Fee, per session of 3 months, in advance ...................... .2,
Board per month ................ ......... ....... .................. 8.00
Board from Monday to Friday (per month) ............................ 5.00
The Principals feel much encouraged at the hearty support given the
school heretofore, and promise renewed efforts to make the school hat it
should be-FIRST CLASS in every respect.
For further particulars, send for catalogue. Address,
S. A. NETTLES,
Manning, S. C.
rM matG, S. V.
A Graded School for Boys and Girls.
Miss VIRGINIA IN GRAM, I. I. BAGNAL.
Thei Fifth year of the Manning Grove School will begin Septembber 3rd, 1888, and close
It is the purpose of the principals to give thorough instruction ei the elementary
branches, and then advance the pupils as rapidly as sound judgment will admit.
Boys and young men desiring to prepare for college will find the course of instruction
admirably adapted to that purpose, and special attention will be paid to that class of
students when desired.
Special attention given to Calisthenics.
The school buildin is in complete order for cofo t and convenience, being well
ented, e d s al heetat inever. esnb owi o ntm o h ls
T ERXSPESE E MONTH RWE:
Primrt Deaent<3.. eas'.cours....$.00......rd.........0 $350 an 200
Hidghreadtent.(..ears'.onr......1..0 ..xt gr.. .d.... ......... . ...ad3.50
Thirdegiae........lprmn : er'cu)......2.0....v.......d...gh 4.0gaand.4.0
FMurc, graldige. ofin.srumnt.. ..............--awngan Pantn... .......2.0
ForntertF pruaspl tes o te of th ivnci. . ............ 2
Boardper month,... ... ............................-.-..--- ----- --- -.- -
The Cafelmero ncora& B tthark y supatgn th
school Cirtoforie and promiraseEgne andrt oilaers the Faous Lhtit
GitHoudr-FIcS Ctto n vryresp eCtnG.
thaow furer pariulays beososend for caaouepdres
Oil, Rbbe an Lathr Bltig, nda cmplteineofMning, Supies
A Grantee Loeoolrce for Bes Qalitdo Grls.
OIss VARNIAIN NGA, .I MAENAL,
Boyesg and yon1e)dsrn o rpr ooleei willdte usefistuto
o ar nd odnca bestad upo resnal1tr.sadingodfmiis
A god oodSea. Chi Bait, 4resient
ATghe Wovern i& Bedrkley Gtomp2.75
AreCt Ego d ounger Atla ngnadBilr..h5amu0Ltl
GatHdaui goo anu Preds Eaglen Cotton Mabi opns.$5.0
We have ini stoea liis tck fronech 6 h65,hnd70sw toagle Gin, ol shopc orn ,
thtw r f'rn a eo ot ieedfrprices.
K eealy s nth
BreadnCake, Cadmeti FruiEtc.
MRS. EAst EayCARS, Main C. C
THORGHLTRE AND ETFRNETUREISHUE
No 1 IND CHARET, SaeTON, .(.
Ji. T. OR RISmTB~
S. Wolkoviskie, Agt., & Co.,
Fine Wines, Liquors, 'T'o
bacco, and Cigars.
''The oly Pool aund Billiardl
Parliors in the Town.
SIMON PIRE OLD MOUNTAIN
Corn and Rye
(m 011(1 (0,s Friled/Wilk
se- Call and take a "NIP" of my
O LD T,13I GNN
S. WOLKOVISKIE, Agent,
Manning, S. C.
MANNNING, S. C.
And all leading Watches, Spectacles, and
1 Repairing Neatly Done.
All Work Warranted.
C. I. Hoyt & Bro.,
A& REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. 9
Main Street, - - Sumter, S. C.
1. W. FOLSOM,
Successor to F. H-. Folsom & Bro.
SUMTER, S. C.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY.
T71 and173ratd BayarleSton, S.win
Fcirs tFineRas in sAeia, ilut
(.uppled l with a ll reodein linprovu en
tioangr E -aor le
157 and 1 60,ts a 'lstoay, ('
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Nu1lEdWitI WAEL O USEt1ti~tOt IN
thcellend o K'inge Sreet ai rleton.,
rnvte th is pastsuer leand newy r
n ishd ll thrugh ut, makests, faccmm
tion unsrpased. Inctiiad. etEeti
G.T LOD rocretrs.
XARCTTINW AVRsCLY HXUED.I
t knd S iing ew tr et, tl:Raz ?or.Sp -
riovattheo pasdto shampoi nd eladies
Ihve ad Elconidellable ein inl
roseealagcis and halwys aate stisfac
ond thaviy dusonemterst aror pe-rt
The notice of every one is called to the fact that
R. W. DURANT & SON
Keep a full supply of Goods in their line.
Farment'rs' Suppljies, 4lechanic St'jpllis, II" oisc' li Supplies, EIde.
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES OF BEST MAKE !
W1afgon and Bugy Material from a Bolt to a Wheel. Pumps Both Iron and Wood.
Belting in Rubber and Leather, and Packing of all hinds. Imported Guns,
Muzle and Breech Loading ! Pistols in Variety from $1 up. Powder, Shot,
and Shells. &c., and we are Agents for the
--rgat Weateri 'wd.er Com p1a"ny
Table and Pocket Cutlery, Etc.
W ih many thanks to a generous public for their past liberal patronage, and
soliciting still their kind support, we are respectfully, etc.
R. W D )RHAT & SON,
SULMITER?, ,S. L
GO To THE 0
Manning Cash Store,
IF YOU WANT BARGAINS IN
MEN'S, LADIES', AND CHILDREN'S SHOES.
Nice stOc]lm. of
Groceries, Fruits, Cabbages, etc.,
Always on Hand, at
H. A. LOWRY'S, Agent.
Charleston Iron Works,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Marine Stationary and Portable Engines and Boilers, Saw
Mill Machinery, Cotton Presses, Gins, Railroad, Steam
b>oat, Machinists', Engineers' and Mill Supplies.
&Ihpairs ereted wih j-innroflite's5 anld Disjiahle. &idJr price lists.
East Bav, Cor, Pritchard St..,
Charleston, S. C.
F... PEz'/.i;, President. F. S. Rooo EsR, Treasurer
Atlantic Phosphate Company,
of Charleston, S. C.
gta dord FertiLiMers and Importers of
I-r~ oJ3 M0iAN KAINIT.
Peizer, Rodgers & Co.,
BnowN's WHAnF, - - - CHARLESTON, S. C.
& Mu. M. LEVI, of Manning, will be pleased to supply his
frienids and the publie gelerally, with any of the above brands
OTTO F. WIETERS,
WHOLESALE Dealer in Wines, Liquors, and Cigars.
No. 121 East Bay, - - - - - - Charleston, S. C.
RICE BEER! RICE BEER ! (GEO. E. To.u.E. HEmNR OLIVEE.]
We are the sole manufacturers of tis dle
licious and healthy beverage, which after
having been analyzed by all the eminent .E1To ale Co.
chemists in Atlanta, Ga., during "Prohibi- f[AKPACTURERS AND WROLESAL.
tion" and after the most searching scrutiny
for traces of alchohol, was allowed to be sold -DE A T de"TFE.S 1T
free of State and city license, and so also Dool S.
more recently after further analyzing in Flor
ida. It tills a long felt want for a stimulant Sas1i,
and appetizer that is not intoxicating; pleais
ant to the taste, contains nourishment and
specially suited for persons of weak and del- MIoilldingg.
icate constitutions. It has the tasteof lageri
beer of the finest tlavor; besides, to add to Mantels,
it~s purity and medicinal qualities, is special- Grates, etc.
ly made of our celebrated world renowned
original Artesian well wvater. Put up in jseroll Work, Turning and
caes of e dozen p ints at1 25 per dozen; Isil F'inisli. Bder1'. Hard
ten dozen each at 90t cnts per dozen.. Cash waire, and General
must accompatny each order. Copyrighted '
and patenit apphied for. . IBuildiing Material
We have no Agents, and none genuine
unless ordered direct fromiOFC N AEROS
GnA M ER & K ERSTEN,
Steam Soda and Mineral Water Works. RA HRETNHTL
Charleston, S. C., U. S. A.Chretn S..
JOHN F. WERER H. CrOtt. I~ efretmts
___________ _REA F R CALSANHOE,
To h aroleso lrndS.n:
All Work AGuant rtee
JOHN F.WERNER 00.(dmrtedfretmts
- 0 AR-SO.S.C
I amsl ,~Li thnct for eCi
iII!IN M I~f~l fEnin Ieso' and Boil es.a
TH E LADIES' FAVORITE.thFatr'
NEVER OUT OF ORDER. Piei i et h datg
If you desire to purchase asewing machine
ask ourarent ant fyour a fo teadopcar tcllnmebfe
cfIscaso - 28 UNION SQUARE,NX- DALLAS.
'nnso.KCL ANTA GAmm a ----- -- .-__
PHILADELPHIA SINGER. B9mrx;SET hretn .C
High - LowSoeAetFr
Arm, Arm TXKSDXEPOGS
$28. $20. Wi'LLUH, POUH
OSS LA OtTTON PNTER
CIon llsow, Pn ultiveys, Shant
~;ing Fec.ie Cat
/ l ti ahineyi drc
fromth faokyend will besoda
the ratry'a Lesdas
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