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red name attached for pnblieatioa. No aaeh
article win be printed over acUtkas signatures'.
Ouiieapondenoe oollcited froa srery Cownih p
In Rock Island county.
THCR3DAT. DECEMBER 10, 189S.
work will be
titled -The First Bat-
Both Qaincy and Monmouth have
adopted Curfew ordinances in the
KxLPn Tredwat. the famous
stroke of last year's Yale crew, who
lives in Sioux City, has accepted the
position of physical director of the
Sioux City Y. M. C. A. gymnasium.
Sincf Monday morning, for the
first time in its history, the county
of Fulton has been without a demo
cratic county ofiicial. The republi
cans elected their entire ticket there
It is raid that John R. Tanner has
so many promises outstanding that
it will be impossible to fill them dur
ing four years in the gubernatorial
chair. In order to get out of this he
is liable to go after the senatorship
and let the machine take care of
itself. Peoria Journal.
The managers of the window glass
trust took the vaporing of the Mc-
Kinley papers for reality and thought
tbat a boom was on. bo tnev stuck
up prices 30 per cent and intended
to reap an ample harvest. But the
boom did not boom, and the glass
would not sell at the advanced
prices. So the trust has gone where
the woodbine twineth.
It develops that the Vanderbilts
gave the duke of Marlborough $15,
000,000 for marrying Consuelo.
They settled f5,0!;0,0li0 upon him
and $10,000,000 upon his wife, but as
the latter's income goes to keep up
Illenheim palace, the whole amount
was practically settled upon the
duke. At 4 per cent the income of
the couple is f000,( 00 a year, an
amount which cut to enable them to
entertain the prince of Wales several
times in the 12-month and revel in
Told by Kapoleon'a Valet.
JUucn has been written concerning
the scanty knowledge of court etiquette
Known by JNapoleou during the early
liiys of the lirst empire and of the awk
wardness of hia companions iu arms,
who, from being mere soldiers of for
tune, vera elevated to the highest posts
in tho country. In later days, however,
the emperor himself brcanio a martinet
fin tho subject (.t the observance of
conrtly ceremonies. When staying at
Bayonne. in !80K, Constant relates that
everybody was smirk by tho awkward
nesHof tho kiii and queen of Spain, the
bad tasto shown by their dress, the dis
gracefully shabby state of their equi
pages and tho heavy, constrained air of
ull thorn who formed their suit.
'French elegance anil all our hand
some court rquipuges formed such
sharp contrast that tho duwdinrss of
the Spanish became unspeakably absurd.
'J. Iio emperor, with his exquisite tact,
Uia not fail to not ico this, but ho did
not liko tho idea of lotting crowned
beads bo a subject for raillery. One
day, when dressing, ho pinched my ear
and saiu to ino: l say, you rogue, yon
uum-rniuiia uu mat sort or tniug so
well, so you might as well give the
valts of tho king and queen of Spain a
liint, or two. 'l boir awkwardness is posi
tively pitiable.' I eagerly offered to car
ry out his majesty's wishes, but ho did
not let tho matter stop there, but made
certain observations to the empress
nbout tho queen of Spain and her
ladies. " Josephine, the very embodiment
of good tasto, accordingly pave certain
orders, and for two days her hairdressers
and dressmakers spent their whole time
in giving lessons to their Spanish col
leagues in tho art of tasteful and cle
gaiit dressing. This only shows that the
imperor found time for evervthing
time to plau a battle or teach a footman
how to dress. Philadelphia Telegraph.
Health and strength carry us
through dangers and make us safe in
the presence oi pern. A perfectly
strong man witb ricb, pure blood
has nothing to fear from germs
He may breath in the bacilli of con'
sumption with impunity. If there
is a weak spot where he germs may
find an entrance to the tissues, then
the trouble begins. Disease germ
propagate with lightning like rapid
ity. Once in the blood the only way
to get rid of them is to kill them
This is what Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery Is for. It purifies the
blood. That means that it kills the
germs, but that is only part of what
it does. It assists digestion by stim
ulating the secretion of digestive
fluids, so promoting assimilation and
nutrition; purifies and enriches the
blood and so supplies the tissues
with the food they need. It builds
up strong, healthy flesh and puts
the whole body into a disease-resist
Send 21 one-cent stamps to cover
cost oi mailing only, and get his
cook. The People's Common Sense
Medical Adviser, absolutely free.
Address. World's Dispensary Medical
Association, bo Main street, Buffalo,
Color b.'indness is at congenital defect
and is incurable. The man who is bora
with it must submit to its limitations
as long as lie lives, aud it is wrong to
try to dew ire himself or others into be
lieving that there is anj escape from
this condition. Some individuals suffer
under greater disabilities than others.
Some are more skillful than others in
picking out different colors of varus by
touch or iir distinguishing signals by
the intensity of the color, but a true col
or blind peison is nevar sure to select
either red cr green correctly. The true
method of rtetecting color blindness is
to test the subject with the colors to
which he ia "blind and with "confusion
colors" a snlncient number of times to
wide against the possibility of bis
miking riglrt selections by chance. Sci
enti!t3 tests t re made in accordance witih
this piincipl3. They do not require men
to namd the t olors or to study the art of
millinery. T.bey do not require a man
to name any color. He may even be
dumb and yet comply with the essential
requirements.- -iew York Railroad Ga
zette. Machine For Distances.
The telemeter is an invention the pur
pose of which is to measure distance in
very easy and accurate way. The con
struction ef it is so.iiewhat in thiswise:
telescope is mounted upon an arm
about three feet long, the end of tho
arm nearest the telesc ape having a grad
uation scale for eithinr angles or dis
tances. A horizon glass is firmly at
tached to the arm, anil there is also an
djustablo vernier wfcdch acts with the
adjacent graduations on the arm. The
reflecting surface of the index glass is
set at an angle of 45 degrees to the axis
of the lover. The manipulation is very
simple. Looking through the telescope
and horizon glass at the object the dis
tance of whiish is to be measured, the
lever is swung over so that the index
glass receives l'.be image and reflects it
to the horizon glass at a point coinci
dent with the li ne of sight. The vernier
determines the (ingle, and the base lie
being known the distance of the object
may be readily computed. New York
De Saw Vision.
Professor Stows, the husband of Har
riet Beecher Stowe, often said that he
saw visions of people in whom he was
interested, and Mrs. Field recalls an in
stance of this in The Review of Re
views. On one occasion Mrs. Stowe was
in her room when it was supposed she
was out of town. Professor Stowe came
in, looked about him with a preoccupied
air, but did not speak to her. She
thought his behavior strange and amused
herself watching him. At last the situ
ation became so extraordinary that she
began to laugh. " Why," he exclaimed,
with n most astonished air, "is that
you? I thought it was one of my vi
sions." Dont Tobieeo Spit and pbboko Tear Life
If you want to quit tobacco using
easily ana forever, be made well,
strong, magnetic, full of new life and
vigor, take JSo-lo-tsac, tbe wonder
worker that makes weak men strong.
Many gain ten pounds in ten days.
Over 400,000 cured. Buy No-To-Bac
from your own druggist, who will
guarantee a cure. Booklets and sam
ples mailed free. Addrcs Sterling
Remedy company, Chicago or New
Rheamatlssn Oared In a Da?.
Mystic Cure'" for rheumatism
and neuralgia, cores in 1 to S days.
Its action u,X)n the system is re
markable and mysterious. It re
moves at on se the cause, and the
disease immed lately disappears. The
nrst dose greauy relieves, 76 cents.
Sold by Otto Grotjan, druggist. Rock
island, ana trust ttchlegel at Son, 2Z0
west Second street. Davenport.
BncajaaVa aratoa aeuew
Tho best calve in the world for
oits, bruise, sores, ulcers, salt
raeum, fevar sorts, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, ana positively cures
piles or no pay required. It Is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Prloe 35 oents per
box. or saie dt Harts a uuemever.
A l'lccky T.rt. ""
Tho biggest bot on record was made
a few years back by a young American
who was assistant at "a main" held in
tho grounds of a notorious young sport
ing marquis now deceased. One bird
was badly crippled and the other was
fighting with terrible force. "Twenty
thousand to a pinch of snuff on that
one!" said tbe American millionaire,
Which was taken. The American won.
To Cora a Cold la owe Oar
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the
money if it fails to cure. 25 cents
Talinaxe JJot to r lurry.
isew Horn. Iiec. 10. Rev. T. De tVitt
-Jaime yesterday formally denied
trie report tnat he Is to marry Miss
t-usie Manjram or Sins Sinsr.
At the Manpam residence In Sin
bin emphatic denial was made of the
statement that Misa Susie Mangam ia
engaged to Dr. Talmaire.
Cascarets stimulate liver, kidneys
i- . - , i . -
auu uuvibif. i-ever aicsep. wpor
or gripe: 10 cents.
What yon need is something to
cure you. Get Dr. Kay's Renovator
Whea Baby ae alek. ea her
Wbea she was a Child, ane cried f or
Whea abe became Mam, aba drag to
When aba bad CtIUrea,shs gaeUxai
Children Cry for
I s wwawasai
IT I GOOD FCHOOL.
Dec. 7 Horace M. Crosby to Lot
tie E. Crosby, tract by metes and
bounds. 5. 20. 2e. se ftlj 32. 21. 2e,
"! J 4. 20. 2c, lots 2 and 3,
town of Cordova. 11, 20. 2e, 1600.
John Anderson et al by master to
C. Ekstam. lot 8, block V. Moline
Water Power Co.'s seventh add.. Mo
line, f 500.
William J. Smith to A. 1. Ander
son, lot 15. blcck 4, Colombia Park,
Minnie Bausch to William U. Pep
pers, ej se and tej nc J and sw se
IS. 16, 6w. and lot 1, 24, 16. St,
8 William TJ. Peppers to George
Bausch, si se 18. 16. 4w, f 2,400.
Edward Bauerefeld to Peter Wid
dell and Henry Widdell. e 40 ft 1. frl
block 73. Cbicago or lower add..
Bock Island, fl.400.
Charles A. Pope to Matt Watt, lot
25. block 178, town of East Moline,
Martha A. Rodman to Maria F.
Sissen. lots 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11.
block 4, Rodman's sub div.. Hale's
add.. Hoc Island, 850.
Maria F. Nissen to Helena D. Nis-
sen, iot 9, block 4, Rodman's sub
div., Hale's add.. Hock Island, f 150.
Maria F. Nisten to Theodore Nis
sen, lot 7. block 4, Rodman's sub
div.. Hale's add., Kock Island. 1 100.
Maria F. Nissen to AnnaC. Niseen,
lot 10. block 4, Rodman's sub div.,
Hale's add.. Rock I-land. tlOO.
Dec. 9 Frank H. Kellv to Kate M.
Shields, lot 6. block 1 Highland Park
aaa.. jkock island, f 600.
H. P. T. Andrews to Black Hawk
Home Building. Loan and Saving As
sociation, lot 10. block 4, Thompson
oe vf eus- aaa.. kock island, fi.
Licensed to Wed.
Shannon St. Louts
Mis Millie J. Henry Rook Island
nUliam S. Houldsworth Knrk KJand
Miss Lizzie Bahen Kock Island
How Are Your Kidneys?
Ever Have Your Back Ache ?
aaake Kealttir Kidneys
and tbe Back Suoac
blond br Alteritu from it NrM
V J"' and all othar poisons or
V " Pure blood
boalth. Br porifyinatlif hlr-l
JTUI- MORTM BT f
til, Nmif upisV ont, Hriuht
st. rxnja. Anvmi. fun in Ab-
joroei). Back.M-ht. Kidaty U kiici, and all I nfli. in
mat ion of the Kianra. Phrician and dranrtf to-
us, larrTtM, 1 rorsy,
mnia. MOblM KKalt.DT TO.. iTIt t:u AU Siti FltV ImI.
Hoir rs rnm i.trt n ? rn. hotiwi loom
" Ijves PtI.i-M aar-t nnkmi.i 1st hnt rion'i arriisas
For Sale Kv
T. H. THOMAS, DRUGGIST,
Cor. ad Ave and 17th 5t.. Rock Utaad. Illtu.
Harpef s Theatre,
Caas. BLSFaa, Maaagrr.
Saturday, Night, Dec. 12.
Encasement of thm Dl.tinini.hed A Cms.
Mm.aMB NEL'Vll.Lif. and ar son.
AlGUaTlN NhUVItLE, tbe popnlar
Toiidr Coniedian, and tvir carefullj a
lected Company of Plajers la
The Boy Tramp
with Its wealth of scecial scenery, staee
.et'lnm, mechanical ff-ct, p o par
A Pefect Presentation of a Great Pla
Cotnhinlnr Sentiment, Mcslc, Coaicdy
Price. 25, M and T5c
Boats sals at Blener Bros' jewelry store.
Harpef s Theatre
Caaa. Blbtib, Maaager.
One NigVt Only,
Sunday Evening, Dec. 13.
Great Cast. Great Comedy,
Great Comedians. Tbat
Fanny Farce Comedy,
"The Prodigal Father."
Third Annual Review, all
new features; more or lea
op-to-date; more magic than
a comic opera.
peats oa sale at Blenet! jewelry atoie.
frier .-71c, fc.e and SSc.
Bnrtls Opera House,
Sucday Evening, Dec. 13.
The Only fan in Town,
The Funniest Fair Coxrdy errr
wnttea. pfrssoiloe th f
blow. y of
. he Broadvriy Comedians.
P'iers. Se, SOc sxd 73 I ejfrrta sears by tele
itreet cars to Bock Island after Berfon&aMa.
STOP LOSING MONEY.
"recniara jad'Hiasly aad avoid all risks.
OerCe-operatiTeayadieete Piaa. cadorasd br
kadiae saaactera, aa an.edrnud saccess.
10 PER CENT
profits weekly oar let old.
NEW SYNDICATE NOW FCRMING.
Prosnvetaa rtriss; fall parrscnlan. ao Xarart
Laiu-r asauad frse- " Urn for kv
DeWoU Co., ataakera ant Bra kern,
Bat,k Beferaaawe. . R Broadway, S. T. Cwy.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1896.
I 1 i
Tbe a-irii aad boys
That make the aotae.
Tbe bl aod little tada:
Caa each la ton
Some leaaoa lean.
By rcaeiaK Aacrs ada.
WAKTED POSrnOW AS CLERK TX
(Toeerr store by Touaa naa at ezoer.
ienee: can give rood reference. Addre Wit
liam Nagel, 710 Eaal Ueventb street. Daven
port. WANTED-AGEXTB. LADY OB GEJTTLE
maa. to represent well established
house. Guaranteed aalary tso per month and
communions. Adaresa A.. A kg is omce.
Lncloe stamp (or reply.
"TANTFD SCHOLARS TO LEARN
dressmaking at Mm. Kelly a SfHTwenlx-
foonh street, baa tuniwbes a perfect muo
chart and three weeks instructions for fr" .o
connection with the trade.
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN IT OS IS
years of ase fnroftlce work. Mm hare
a fair education and be able to write a a-ood
hand. Apply by letter only, giving references.
kock island flow company, city.
R RENT A NICE FLAT.
at 1700 Third avenue.
"I7K)R RENT A FLAT OF TFREE ROOMS
-L in tbe Industrial Home building. Apply
w i.n. i nomaa.
TjlOR RENT TWO LARGE STORE ROOMS
A. on comer of Fourth avenue and Twentieth
street. Keldy Broe.
UIOR RENT FIVE-ROOM FLAT. 9 FJGH
A. teenth street. Inquire of J. D. Taylor,
svs inineteenin street.
"COR RF.XT FCRKISHKD ROOM. VERY
A. convenient to business center wltb bot
water neau Address X. v. z., A acre office.
TJV)R REST SEVEN ROOM HOCBE PN
-a. second arenue: modem eimveoicnc-a.
aiso six room noue, by . W. Hunt
FOR 8 AXE.
"CX1R SALECHOICE CITY LOTS FROM
A? a4t to l 5(A). A location you denire.
COR SALE A FIVE COTTAGE. LA ROE
A- Int. in South HeiKbta; can be bad al a
oanraia. tteiay iiroa.
TJiOR 8AI.U-15 COTTAGES RANorVO
A from m to tljwu in phoe ladlOerent
wcsuuca neiay urue.
T7OR SALE A GOOTJ T-ROOM HOr! OX
T Twentieth street: larrelot: caa be bad a
low ngure u uucen soon. Keidy Una
UORSALE AOOODRARflAIVIV A 1YT
m. on uttn avenue, between ! If teenth aod
oixieenin atreeta: dokiw. Keidy iirua.
TJIOR SALE A GOOD LARGE a-ROOM COT
-- tace on rounn avenue: lanre lot pavuK
iiuiuura, a iivduiu Davrajaio. nenr tfros.
"ClOR SALE A MOPERN IIOrsEOP XIXE
A rooms on Kirbteenih street between
ytvin ar.a rtcventb avenae, a irood banrain.
R SALE Winn WILL TtrY A FIXE
ulrtce n T entrecood street, anoih of
peventn avenue; large lut: irood barraia.
T7WR SALP.-4S.Sm WILL BrY A PPI.EX
a. aid a-room bmne: kit MIA0-. lanre bare
easy terms; well located and LUih aod dry
"ClOR SALE TWO PIECES OP RESIDENCE
-a- property on Twentieth atrevt. new. anil
modern. Will take other property in trade
w jur payment, neiay tsroa.
J7IOR 8 ALE A TWO-STORY HOCSP.
A lanre Int. splendid barn, ravine clear, on
rifth avenue near Twentv-aixih atreel. Caa
oe ooutrntcneap. Keldy Uroa.
TOR SALE A NEW MODERN HOUSE OX
a rum avenue ana Twentv-ninth street
near old arner residence: will take small
piece oi property tn trade. Reidy Uroa.
TrVlR SALE A DOCrtLE HOrPEOX FIFTH
avenue: an moflern Improvements; rents
tor m per montn: upper part of the city
rood bargain for investor. Reidy Broa.
COR SALE A 9PLEXDID BARGAIN ON
A. Twenty-seeondMtreet. between Seventh
and kiirbth avenues, two dwellinir: will pay lu
yvr ltui ciear on investment. Kekiy Bros.
TjOR SALE FOX TERRIER PrPPIES HY
A.' Hotfoot Dade. A. K u. S II , No. 37 r. 7
and Djsicy !: rfect maikinm and dead
-uiv. b n. ninsuD atrcet. uav
I-K BALE -HAVING DECIDED TO
leave ice city i wiu piaee tho f.iUowine
r :al estate for sale at averv low Hftire. N-sv
l. irnj.tu. Twentieth street, and Ninth
avenue: alao my residence oa Seventh avenue
ana itincteentn stteet: vacant lot on Xine
leemo street ana !eventna.eoue. ixl.ii fret
vacant lot on Nineteenth 4fH'r. bmie
and lot J IS Nineteenth treet: one don Lie
nue on eventn aveuue. Ie tar re a Fifteenth
and Seventeenth stmt.: alto one hMie and
uu nevenieenin street. tunber Ir
formation call at Seventh avenue, or al
Kelly Brca. real estate office. Mayer Rosca-
"POR SALE OR TRADE A OCOD T ROOM
m. nouse on nineteenth street, lot UV7,
will trade for a farm. Reidy iiroa.
T OST A PAIR C P LADIE.4' CLOTH TOP
. lace soo- on Monne avenne aboutS p an.
yesterday. Kinder please mum to tut. office.
tlOR TRADE A FINE PIECR nr rnron.
A er.r near dty limits, will trade for Kan
sas or Missouri land. 1-el us bear from xou.
"Cior Sale or tratb-a nxR ttwt
1 dCDCfB Oik NlatCC'Dtk MrPL laAPWaa) Iwat
Win take a roorf farm or auburboa prupertj la
PMI BiCUbi IkrVIUJ IlaV
SALESMEN WANTED ALL OVER THE
' ui.7J r i aivanai ist hip kw aCaOf DlaV-
chine. rXulrel in TerT offiw. Mtnre aad f
aws. I""- " ' ' W7. vs. ST-W- BVMl
r; prt ferr Htaodrf Trwfi'xtm Co
if. ISu FiUtoa atreet. New York. N. V.
8!dlnf . Floorln;, Wainaeoatlsf
lSUt latawt, but. tk aad ftU avneoa.
Spot Cash Department
Existing trade) contlnnet.
Makes prevailing price uni
form lower tbsn ever ia
th history of our wonderful
pro win (j business alwajs
cheaper than elsewhere. Oar
Toy Exposition is now open.
Holiday purchases cared for
until waottd. This week
we name prices on seasonable
merchandise that will be
bread winners to our custo
mers. Visitors equally wel
come as purchasers.
Cloaks, Jackets tnd Furs.
Plain black bearer cloaks, three-
quarter lenjrth. box front, plaited
back. Inlaid. Tel ret collar, worth
17 60, for this sale 11 3.1.
Black boucle jacket, shield front.
high collar and near sleeves, quarter
faced, button trimmed, usual price
110.60. for this sale 7.60-
Misses1 jackets (iae 8 to IS ear
Cne beaver Cheviot aod be u cle, er
latest, (a manufacturer's sample
line), very newest stvies, shield
fronts, high collars, puff sleeves and
button trimmed, l . fa.&o, f 7.6o
and op to $15, worth 4J per cent
French coney fur capes. 90 Inches
looir, 100-inch sweep. Inch collar
full satin lined, cheap at 10, for Ibis
Muffs and Boas.
Black coney muffs, satin lined, full
repuier site, always f 1.60; f jr Ih.
sale 4 00.
A better black coney muff, down
filled, well worth ?; for this sale
i.ennine mick searfa, dsrk color
extra loot;, with patent sprioir beal
claws and tail, worth 2 60; for this
sale f 1.75.
lirook mink scarf, springhead with
clawa and tail, worth f 2; for this sale
Holiday ostrich boas. Wo have
itias openea a complete lino 01 oa.
trich bas raoptng from 110 to ft. 94,
Child's far sets, muff and cape,
worm i; tor tuis S3ie 9'K.
Colored Dress Goods.
10 pieces mixed saiHo? finished on
both aides, usual price 23c. for this
sale lzjc per yard.
39-Inch all wool German Henrietta
in brown, rardinal, myrtle, navy aod
black, usual price 60c, for this sale
Z9c per yard.
61-inch twilled back broadcloatb
in navy, brown, cardinal, wine and
black, always sold at f 1, tale price
oc per yara.
66-incn boucle cloaking for chil
dren'e coats, in red and black, and
brown and black, usual price f 1, for
.11- I , a
mis bbjw 4 am prr Tara.
Black Dress Goods
39-inch silk finished Henrietta,
usual price 75c, for this sale too per
40-inch black lizard sollel in all
the latest desigos, usual price 1, for
vnis saio ac per yara. '
25 inch all wool berjre veil in sr. u
ual price 35c, for this saio loj p.
SCOGMTIOS TO IIOLIPAr BI TEta.
Now is the time for you to decide
wast joa wis. ta pore base
Christmas cHfta. lis mt.t saals
the last moninl svrxn .!.;
a rush and confusion, bnt make your
selection now, and have tbe poods
put to one iae to be dalirerea w
won wish. That la wli.l n...
our customers are doing every dev.
wna vo caii apeciai aturattoa
to this department. It Is not a -ife
line with us, bot Is on of tbe main
features of our busices. It Is one
bis; crockery su re ia itself.
We invite you to iasoertoor rraud
display of diaeer ware. r-a;Heh aad
American porcela'e. trench and
(rermaa Chi a as. Tbet foods are ia
opea stock, and caa be porrbastd ia
aay number of pieces. We hare
salesmen that have made this boai
aees a study aad wiil take plare
ia showing you bow sets caa be made
np to auit any amount tbat y u may
waot to invest. Cwe early and we
wIU cite yoa some splendid printers.
When you want
.:( -.a :
r- .-"s. a . w
' Lad left9 03.50 Cola toe ivclt for $2 K5
Men's 91 Enamel IJuU - -
We have a email lot of finely made F.aamel Bass. Vew.
ark too, with three bear aoles that we are willing to
sell for f 2 4U. Wo guarantee the style to beoorrect,
the sUh k A 1, and the workmanship to be above ques
tion. Ton can aever buy them agaia at this prloe, as
our tnaoo fact arer refuses to accept mere orders at
this ti;ore. He simply cannot and get back a new
dollar for aa old one. It is osenlitlly a rasa where
First Come Must be First Served.
1X4 T7 0TwmtoBtb8t
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