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tertoa, in Devonshire, England. Lord
Straubenzee and bit daughter Nannie
become Interested in a strange
couple, father and daughter, the
father belnjr called the Wizard. II
The Wizard ia murdered, and the
murderer ia unknown. Lord Strau
benxee in pity takea the Wizard's
daughter llagar home to live with
him. Ill and IV Will Cassalis,
Nannie' lover. i warned a;aint
Hagar, and Will warns Nannie. V,
VI. VII and : VII Ha gar goes to
school with Nannie, and Will Cassa
lis is ordered by Lord Straubenzee
to go abroad for one year in order to
teat the strength of the affection be.
twien Will and Nannie.
It was tie hour of siesta. In the
schoolroom the ((iris, languid with snm
mrr heat, lolled at such eaao as their
uneasy chairs permitted, aud ore of
tbeni, bcr head in the lap of her great
est friend, seemed fast asleep. Even
then IiuRur did not reae thn gertlrt
strnkiug of tho Kirl's eyelids tliat had
prodnced sacb swift slumber, but pres
ently she stretched bcr long arma as one
stifling fur air and freedom, and. as usu
al, knocked over some trifle on a table
near her. '
"You're in lack," said a girl whose
every feature was beautiful, yvt who
managed to achieve plainness, as not
mo of those features harmonized. " You
will havn elbow room, and to spans, at
Wtnubwnzee, and possibly the refu-Skl of
some of Nannie's Iovcts. Who kntrws?"
"Possibly. And then farewell to a
set of ignorant, brutal girls, whomens
ure their own importance by tbethick
uess of their fathers' bankbooks. And
you will marry your redheaded man,
my poor Martha, without doubt. You
may poroibly even attract some other
eqnaliy hideous pec ion, but it is the
quality of one's lovers, not the quan
tity, that signifies," retorted linear
"And yon are 31, a pupil gotrrness
and unmarried!" said Murtha en telly.
"No wonder yon have such a bitter
Ibitfnr Unshed, displaying the) small
even teeth thai Si suldoni outlast child
hK'd, and at the sume moment Naunio
opened her brown eyes.
"Whut are you qnarrolfaig abont?" she
said, looking up nnsiorsly at the face
above hers, for, if the school adored
Nannie, Nannie adored Hngar and no
liagnr laughed again, bus differently.
There was that in Nannie which made
gentler all who approached her, thimgh
few could have told why. Perhaps it
wss thn intense femininity of her. a wo
manliness that wss like a perfume
breathed on all who drew near ami at
tracted to hrr the strongest and most
"Martha was saying Miss Oregnrias
can inn herself out of your castnff
lovers," sr.id a girl who sprawled at a
distance, "but that's absurd. You're
going to marry Will Cassilis straight
lint Nannio had started up, and like
some frightened sprite vanished.
"It's too much," grumbled another
girl, "looks, money, position, and to
marry tho man she loves at IT I If she
weren't iuth a real good sort, I'd loathe
"Don't envy her," said a curiously
qoiet voiee. " You see her now, but her
life's not done yet. Something may turn
up that will make everything she's got
duct and a.hes. It's the biggest mistake
out to ctncit up your own or any other
person's blowing. Providence has got a
mean way of overhearing tho counting
proiTos and decking yon of half of them.
There's an ugly cioss in-Kannie's hand,
and perhaps loug after we've settled
down to our ptr little lives, quite
happy in them, she'll come to envy us.
Don't yon suppose that other women
will try to get her adored Willie away
from her? He wouldn't have canght
Nannie if he hadn't caught lots of other
Il.icar turned her brows.
"What hare you been reading." she
said, "or hearing, since newspapers are
i"he had risen and now stood confess
ed in all her magmtieence of S feet 8
above the lounging, commonplace n-
urea around, aud as sbe put up her
hands to smooth the plaits that coiled
heavily into the nape of li r neck a sud
den premonition, a fear, seized upon
"I wish yon weren't gniug home
with Nanuie. she said slowly. "You
have far too much influence over her.
and yon mar use it for harm yet. np-
ptui4 yon fall in love with Will Cas
Iljsar psnsrd, dorr handle in hand.
"Or he with me:" she said and passed
"I hate her." cried Martha, sitting
erect a the door doted. "It can't be
right for her to get every one, body and
soul, under her thumb that she chooses.
I'm the only one who has stood up
against bet. and she cau l forgive me
"Whoever marries Nannie marries
llagar 4reotiaa." said the quid voice
at a distance, "but 1 am by no means
sura that man will be Will Cassilu.
lies aWna ant toainr tort, and Blake
Trelawny is a great dial more in evi
deuce than the banished one. Do you
remember how Nannie used to hate
him, and now his portrait Is in her
"Their room," put in Martha. "Hera
and the Gregorias'. That's not Nannie's
"And she positively smiled when
she saw him in church last Sunday. A
year ago she would have got under the
seat rather than look at him, and this
is Uagar's doing. I wonder what her
little game is? But with such over
powering influence as hers over Nannie
it should be the easiest thing iu the
world to marry her to any man her
"Ah !" cried Martha. "So you agree
with me. You don't believe the influ
ence is exactly a holy one that she exer
cises over Nannie?" "Up to a certain
point," said t3M qniet voice, "it will do
no harm. 1 For instance, those headaches
that Nannie always suffered from and
which Hagar can soothe away almost
with a touch to be saved those hours
of suffering is a distinct gain, and I mast
honestly say that I have never seen that
influence exercised for evil. Still, if it
comes to a parting of the ways, if, for
instance, both full in love with the same
man, Nannie, not Hagar, will go to the
"Therefore she is no true friend,"
said Martha. "Tomorrow they both re
turn to Straubenzee, and Will Cassilis'
exile is not up till Sept. I, which gives
four clear weeks to Blake Trelawny.
She will see him every day, just as she
met him at hallo, at her father's hunt
breakfasts, at dinner, everywhere, in
ehon, dnring tho Christmas holidays,
and she will have the Gregorias to aid
and abet him in every possible way,
and I shouldn't like to bet on the re
sult." "Nannie is the stanebest, dearest lit
tle sonl in the world," cried out one of
thn girls stoutly. ' ' Horses wouldn't drag
her awny from her Willie. Don't yon be
lieve it? That's her charm that she's
sotrno hearted. And she is only civil to
Trelawny to please Hagar."
"A man might well be civil to him
for his own sake !" said the quiet voice,
drawing a deep breath. "There's a man
f cr you if yon like ! When I look at him,
I feel as if all tbe other men are pin-cn.-Otiuns
or walking sticks. Trclawny'a
alive, and let's yon know it."
"Well," said Martha." I confess I
like that tort of man, anything that rep
resents movement, life, motive power
a nw.nwho ninkes yonronlizo something
of the forces that rule tho world, and is
always moving, living, fighting, achiev
ing, never standing still and rusting
like t-turienlH and women."
"I'm not sure that I like such an in
carnate potentiality as Trelawny," said
the qniet voice. "There is such' a thing
as being too gres.vively masculine, just
as the overdose of femicinity in our
grandmothers has produced the mon
strous creature from whom men now
flee en masse. I must belong primarily
to myself. Blake Trelawny won Id regard
a woman as belonging solely to him."
"Odd he never fell in love with the
Oregorias," said Martha. "That type
of man is usually mad about beauty,
and Nannie is just a sweet little white
violet beside a rare, wonderful flower
that blooms once in a century. Hagar is
a Greek reincarnated, and I'm alwavs
expecting her to drop into tbe Phoeni
cian tongue. There's the bell ! Thank
heaven it's the last time we shall hear
it for over two months. Heigh hot We
can't all bo Nannies going home to be
married, but what do yon bet, girls,
that the Gregorias comes back next
term? I lay 10 to 1 she doesn't ; that she
has done with work and means play. "
"e,"saifl Hagar behind her. "I
da Please God. this is the last class of
imbeciles I shall ever hold."
And it was.
At tbe foot of a flight of stairs branch-
ing to right and left from a vast pirtnre
gallery a man was waiting and looking
up impatiently, and a woman was slow
ly descending, her eyes fixed on his.
"Where is Nannie?" he exclaimed
sharply, angrily even, as she approached.
"Half the morning wasted," he said
In deep tones, his eyes traveling over
and past her eyes of extraordinary
A trrnnnn trot a'mcfy dVaccrKfin?.
brilliancy and softness, black es ink,
but with dangerous topaz lights iu them
that bade you hesitato before lightly
arousing the man's anger.
He was not very tall, but extremely
supple, aud, naturally dark, bis skin was
turned to a color unusual in this climate,
while in his every look and movement
spcio the flawlers health and virility J
tact pcraaps had much to say to the liv
ing force that seemed to dwell in him
like flame in flint.
Hcgur smiled cs he stood aside for
her to pass, then resumed his dogged
vcatoh on the stairs, while she strolled
down the long gallery, 80 feet long by
50 wide, from whose walls the embassa
dors, the admirals, the marshals, the
judges and prelates, all tho fine flower
of Nannie's courtly race, looked down on
this interloper who bad all the air of
being born to her present surroundings,
as with the slight scorufnlness of car
riage that went so well with her rare
type of beauty she' glanced from one to
another of the great silent company on
the wall, at the heirlooms in the place
thev had occupied for scores of years,
that would be there long after Nannie
auu she vri3 dust.
There were pictures by old masters at
the opposite end of the gallery worth a
king's ransom, and Hagar had come to
know them all by heart, for she loved
pictures, loved the warmth and richness
that they furnish to man's dwelling
places, as no statuary, .ivories, gold and
silversmith's work or rare old china ever
can, and that are second only to the
glory and loveliness of flowers, or that
panorama of nature wbicb man is often
only too content to enjoy through the
prison panes behind which he lives.
Presently she turned into what was
called the embassador's suit, standing
still in a room that was a glowing har
mony of rose color, to look down the
long aisle of antechambers and drawing
rooms through their open doors, and
presently moved down them, pausing to
touch the delicate green and white of
some brocade hangings as though she
loved them, and sat down at last on one
of the white moire chairs upon which
the raised flowers bloomed fresh as when
painted a hundred years ago by the cun
ning French artificers who bad been
brought over in their hundreds by that
great embassador and accomplished fine
gentleman, whose income, was a prince
ly one and who spent it all and more in
making Straubenzee a lordly pleasure
honse and entertaining nil that was
brightest and most exquisite in the
world within it.
And now, alas, tho houso that had
cost a gigantic fortune to bnild and
make beantifnl in purely French style,
upon which he had lavished his match
less skill and taste, was almost all that
remained of the great man's magnifi
cence, thortgh his gold plate still adorn
ed the table, emblazoned with the royal
arms, and his picture in court robes
hung in tho place of honor in the seal
ing wax red dining room.
fiis income of 80,000 a year had
dwindled sadly in the hands of his suc
cessors, f0 bedrooms or so had been
pulled down, but nothing could spoil
the luokont over the deer park where
antlered heads glanced in the bracken,
and by the grace and fleetness of their
movements gave that touch of living
pictnresqr.eness to the scene that made
the completeness of its charm.
Hagar was looking ont from one of
the windows of the drawing room that
my.rtieal room which seemed always
mude ready against tho gay court of
Wattcan's lords aud ladies who never
came, when Blake Trelawny's hand,
laid ungently on her arm, startled her.
"She won't come down," he said
harshly. "She must have known I was
waiting and lias slipped off by one of
the other staircases. Can't yon find
her?" Ho shqok her arm to emphasize
his words. "And when yon have found
her don't leave us. I can always manage
her better when yon are there," he
added ungraciously. "Whether it's das
Damonische or what, directly yonr
back's turned my influence wanes.
You'll have to sit down somewhere ont
of sight when I make love to her, but
near euongh to make her do as you like.
There, march! Yon know her haunts
better than 1 da"
"And what if I will not?" she cried,
his insolence rousing her to anger as she
shock off his grasp.
"Because I say yon will," he said
grimly. "Lord, how can a man prefer
little Nannie to snrh a creature as you?
And yet I da All your long, classic,
healthy, beautiful body doesn't weigh
down one lock of Nannie's curly hair in
my estimation, and, besides, yon love
Will Castiilis, which shows there's more
than one woman fool in the world!"
"It is a lie!" cried Hagar, looking
as if she could have killed him. He be
longs to Nannie. He never looks at an
"But Nannie does not yet belong to
him," he said, "must not, shall not.
The young man returns tomorrow. So
time is short, and a bold blow must be
"Then strike it alone," said Hagar,
"fori will not help you," and was mov
ing away, but be caught her roughly by
the sleeve and pulled her back.
"How dare you?" she said in a low,
intense whisper. "Yon would not dare
to speak to the humblest servant here as
you do to me, and why?"
"Because you have been my willing
jackal, my dear," he said, "and also be
cause yon made the blunder in life that
no woman ever gets over. You fell in
love with the wrong man and persist in
the blunder, and I despise a fool. But
you've got to bring dear Nannie, sweet
Nannie, into my arms, and then yon and
your Will may go to Jericho or the
devil. It's all one to me. Now, then,"
and he gave her a little push toward the
door leading into tbe hall.
When he had fetched her a parasol
with a courtly air that she resented even
more than his rudeness, he stood watch
ing her as, uncertain where to go, she
turned her steps toward a bridge that at
a little distance from the boose spanned
the brawling river. She looked back at
Trelawny standing under the colonnade,
and he made a rough gesture with both
hands as if he were pushing her on her
way, and she longed to shriek out her
rage at him, to give some outward sign
of tbe turbulence that filled her soul.
Looking over the bridge with small
erpectaTion of success, a scrap of white
below the arcb of tbe bridge canght her
eye, and she leaned over to look. It was
Miss Nannie.rure enough, safely hidden.
as sne supposed, nd Hagar for once
bated to betray her, as, biting ber arm,
she beckoned to Trelawny and went
round by the bank to join her.
"Oh," cried Nannie turning very
pale when Hagar appeared, "is be any
where abent? I thcr.ght Iwasqnite safe
"Console yourself," said Hagar kind
ly.' "Willie comes tomorrow."
Dear Willie." said tbe girl softly, a
dear little girl herself in a soft white
frock, infinitely prettier now than she
had been a year ago. "I suppose he'll
arrive today and walk over tomorrow
before breakfast. He couldn't be here
before T, could be?" said poor Nannie,
utterly unaware of the way her friend
Was betraying her.
"Hardly," said Hagar a little nn
f'eadily and with a purely womanish
longing to turst out crying, tell Nannie
tbe truth and hit Trelawny aa hard as
she possibly could when he appeared on
"Yon don't think he'll have fallen
in love with any one else?" inquired
Nannie wistfully for the thousandth
Hagar was straining her ears for Tre
lawny's approaching steps. She conld
bear the swish of the grass now. He
was close upon them.
"I don't think he could when I love
him sc," said Nannie, with something
in her voice that might, have brought
tears to even the eyes of the man who
heard her, and made him set aside his
greedy selfish passion as a cruel wrong
done to her innocent youth.
"Good morning, Nannie," he said,
and the girl started so violently she al
most fell into the river, and her faoa
went white as snow.
"Good morning," she said mechanic
ally, and tried to hide the little packet
in her lap, Willie's letters, well thumbed
over and shabby, but not one of them
written during the past year.
"I think I'll go in," she said, and
Trelawny did not hinder her, only some
how when they got to the bridge she
found herself moving away from the
house instead of toward it. But Hagar
was there, and presently her spirits re
vived, and whet had once been a liking
for Trelawny as distinguished from love
asserted itself, while in the man, whose
voice changed to music when he spoke
to her, whose tenderness was of that
rare order only resulting from immense
strength of mind and character, it was
difficult to recognize the well born ruf
fian who had issued his mandates to
Hagar an hour aga
Familiarity with him had to a certain
extent in Nannie bred contempt, though
probably she felt a secret pride in the
unbounded influence she exorcised over
him. Ee angered her, however, with his
love declarations, which, as she always
told him, went in at one ear and ont at
the other, moving her not one whit.
"Yon onght to be ashamed of yourself
when you know that I am engaged to
Willie," she said to him ono day.
"And that is just what you are not,"
he said, with a significant glance at her
nnringed hand, "he is just as much at
lileily to marry some ono else as yon
are. There is nothing in the world but
a boy and girl promise between yon. It
is entirely open to me or any other man
to try to win you."
But when he did not "tease" her like
this there were times when his domi
nant personality attracted her, she being
of that gentle, dependent order of wom
an that a strong man fights for and
cherishes as long as there is breath in
his body, aye, and loves as the self suf
ficing, strong woman never is, never can
be loved. Nannio's image, sweet, kiss
able, most womanly and lovely, was
sealed on Trelawny's eyes, and through
it he saw only vague shapes of other
women who came and went. There are
few men capable of such absorption in
one image, and these not always of tbe
best kind, but those who are usually
carry it stamped upon them to their
graves and after. And this morning,
walking in the long, cool shadows of
the giant trees in tbe park, he strained
every nerve to put the girl off her guard,
to soften her toward him when present
ly he should ask her for the last time
what he had so often asked before in
And Hagar walking beside them, her
pallor unnoticed, her thoughts her own,
knew that she had come to a turning of
the ways, that tho time when she should
bo able to show gratitude to God for the
one chance, so passionately prayed for,
so mercifully vouchsafed, or prove her
self ingrate and worse than ingrate had
arrived, and had there been no Will
Cassilis her path would have spread
broad and easy before her, but 6he loved
him, aud all was said.
A young man's cool, penetrating, im
pertinent glance may sometimes prove
as fierce a torch to a woman's heart as
another's fervid devotion, and if yon ask
why Hagar loved this Tery ordinary
young man I say that love has no rea
son for his wildest vagaries and ex
cuses himself never.
"Why should not Nannie marry Tre
lawny '" whispered the devil in Hagar 's
ear. "He would worship her all his
life. There would be no shadow of turn
ing in such love as his. And Will Cas
silis free might with favoring opportu
nity cast his eyes at last on her and be
hoid that she was fair."
They had come to a rustic summer
house, and by a gesture Blake stopped
Hagar as she was following Nannie
across the threshold. "Think of her.
Influence her," he said in a swift whis
per as he pushed her toward a clump of
trees hard by, then entered the summer
ouse and sat down by Nannie, who
Aad forgotten her fears and was think
ing of Willie.
"Where is Hagar?" she cried starting
up, but Trelawny drew her down beside
him, both her hands clasped in one of
"My love, my little love," he said in
his strong deep voice, his dark face one
flame of longing. "I want you. I cannot
live without you. Come to me, sweet
Then a strnngt 'ning happened.
Nannie's eyea grew soft and tender,
as though kindled B7 the fire of bis. her
little face, with a delicious leck of yield
ing, of intoxicated happiness, sank slow
ly toward his breast, but even "as be
strained her in his arms, before his lips
conld touch her, she had tcro herself
from his embrace, and crying ont:
"Willie ! Willie ! Willie !" like one mad.
rushed from the place.
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Office comer Eighteenth street and
Second avenue, second lloor.
J M, BUFORD,
The old Fire and Time-tried
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable company can afford
Tour patronage is solicited.
II. II. BRIQGS,
Real Estate, Insurance, Loins
AND HOUSES TO KENT.
Office 1608 Second Ave., Book Island.
Bave on hand hi lots rn Roath Km laie
easy terms: nat onteldo the atly limit; rood
water : low taxes, and cheap insurance. Tea lota
on Thlr.y-eiKhth street and riflaanth aveeoe.
A nomoerof piece of property la has city for
To buy Hardware,
Miiod House and
Floor Taints, Rub
ber Hose, Lawn
Mowers or anything
In the Hardware
line in general ia of
1610 Third Arcnoo
AGENT FOB EAGLE BICTCI.E8
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KFCQSALC tvau. DOUOOiiTJ OCt'o
I JACKSON MEDICAL CO. CHICAGO ILL'
5 iCO SO CLAPK ST IMttBlAL B'LDt,
SN-& JPon1 anY substitute S
with the same name but different 5
spell mo on which yourtJrirri4it S
makes Twice as much . . ?
A. J. Halaa. Voarth ava. aa aard B Dm Meed
are the most fatal of all
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
i GUARANTEED remedj
or money refunded. Con
tains remedies recoznized
by all eminent physicians j
as the best for Kidney and
Price 50c and Sf.oe
Jackson it IX tint,
Attorneys at Law.
Owes la Koch Utatid Xatloaal hank tcUctae;.
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8 wnay fe T7aUkw,
Attorneys and Conn cellars at Law.
OSes la atareiea htoek.
Charles J. Rearle,
Attorney at Law.
Local hostness of all klnes promptly
a Mask M ., , m . . . '
ta. eMaae Attorney uf Kk Island
HeExdry Jfc McEnlry .
Attorneys al Law.
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Office, Pesudace hlock.
Tr. Ae Grass,
rbyslcian and Surgeon.
Office, Beret hlook, fc Twentieth etraat.
Office Hours s to II a. m 1 In S and to p m
E. O. Zlciiaer, 2X. D.
rhysician and Surgeon.
OSJos and Residence m Sixteenth atreH
Dr. Caas. lXItobertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Ctfdca, Whlttakor Block, ermlb west corner Third
and Brady streets, Davenport. Imra. Manual IT
and H. Hours: to 11 a. aa.. I tat p. m.
Architect! and Superintendents.
B, itcasU Li ado balldteg.
OZa P. STATJPUHAK
flans and eeperlatendcnre for all r'lri I it
batldlnca. Mooaaa la Uurst block.
Henry Gaetje, Prop.
Cat Flowers and Desiras of sll
t-1ty Mora, 1S07 Second avcaae. Telephone ISIS.
Dr. John E. Hawthorne.
' Dental rarlora, over llarta A CneaMyar a
Tagstora. Third avoane and Twentieth store t.
ne latest appotntaaeaU for skilled dental work.
Dr. J. D. Unangst,
Office. Room si. Whit kcr Tllock, corner Third
and Brady Btrt e s, Davenport .
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the name means touud m w lite a on bruit h.
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- and JOT WELL. Sejca sawPa aiM MM
"aliX UOfclCE DUTTUl. Bsssuritr. ft.
A ronjori.T f the wntrirti of every com
mnnitT, milTer from nomr iWm -ff
Manv re hx less hivmIhIs. I"'-'
cmnplnintn tlirtc in w i't."l"rlv nah
andanrr trcntmrnt - W ill liv t'
I'lrnllv anH Mtrtk- Thm- t hnild op th
health. Price l cari.
Mild C.-V--H nerd WilH 'lire ahmr. SW-verr
r.nra nerd l"h T"" fW", '"
flan appeals hc n- ".
can nrr hrmlvr ot h..mc KHlrf
junk. Cnrci prrman.mt. ciold ererr-
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3 till S.1J in'-trnrti-'lfjiwr,!!
be had of na or our pR.
VICTOR "EMfAL ASS'",
SOUTH BEND. INO.
Mns. M. J. SaxaBaTT, Agent,
111S Thirty -eevan:hS. Boc(ilaad '
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Caaily, Quickly and Feimaitatnly ReeteeaaV
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f. 'm i.t awrroue pra-trniK-iior
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of youthful IndiacrMioa or over Indvlr-nee
liuips. Ofrtvehuuna. Vakefdoess. Ilrtart.
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aienorv. iann IVmi l a.as. Keoinal Wiknsa
l!teri N'wtam-1 Cxiwe t-TrmetnrTfcoa,
Uoa Power aad f mpoteney. which it wi i.lamsd,
B-ay lead to pmuitmeeM are and ioaaalty.
f '!- Savit hy mail oa neeiptaf prtea. A wrttte-i
aaarantaa t otaaahed with every tVUSoretr rieiTwi.
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