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2 THE EYEING TIMES WASHINGTON Y SHINGTON FRID FRIDAY Yc JUNE 2 9 1900
BENJAMIN E1iI1JA1I1I H SILLS NLL El ElThe ENDThe BBThe
The Murderer of Lizzie Weisen Weisenberger Weisenberger Veisenberger
berger Unused UnusedOvrlnij JIlJ hangedOu1ni ed edOnln
Onln Ovrlnij to the Great AVelKht clJbt of the theConilenincd tbeContlenlned theContleutned
Conilenincd Man Inn the Rope Al AlDecaplinted tImoNt tImoNtDecapitated Imot ImotD
Decapitated D eapUnted Him IIIznNi Xo o Iltirro IltirroScenen Jlnrrowlnt JlnrrowlntSceneMTbe JIztrruvIzi JIztrruvIziSeeneJ1he
Scenen SceneMTbe The Kiccntloii Eu cnUon AVlttiensieU AVlttiensieUl ItUC1lIC 1tucet1 1tucet1by tI tIbT
l bT y the Father of the Victim VictimBenjamin VictimBenjamin Ietlnl IetlnlDenJamln
Benjamin H Snell the murderer of o Liz Lizzie Llzzle Lizzie ¬
zie Welsenberger a thirteenyearold girl girlin girlIn 1rl 1rlhi
in August last last expiated his crime on the thescaffold thescatrold thescaffold
scaffold at the District Jail today The Theexecution TheexecutIon TheexecuUon
execution was successful and despite the thefact thet thefct
fact t ct that Snells head was vaa almost entire entirely entlreI entireIy ¬
ly I > severed soveed from his body was attended by byno byno byno
no disgusting scenes scenesSuell scenesSnell scenesSuch
Such mounted the scaffold at 1206 and andthe andt andte
the t e drop fell one minute later The jail jailphysician jailphysician jailphysician
physician and his assistants pronounced pronouncedUe pronouncooI1le pronouncedWe
I1le Ue extinct at 1230 and at 1235 123 all that thateras thatras thatwas
eras mortal of the perpetrator of one of the themost theDiost
most atrocious crimes in the annals of o tne tneDistrict tneDIstrict theD1trict
District was lowered Into a coffin The Thebody The9dy Thebody
body 9dy was then turned over to Undertake UndertakerVVilllam UndertakeUlIam UndertakeWilliam
VVilllam UlIam S Riley Riley and removed to his es establishment e et catablishment ¬
tablishment t nt tho corner c rner of Second and B BStreets DS BStreets
Streets S reets northeast It Is understood that the theremains ther theremains
remains r malns will be sent to Acouee Ga the theformer theformer thetormar
former home of SncH Sne for burial
I v I IenJeunln
Benjamin II Snell SnellThe SnellThe
The fatherinlaw of Mrs Irs Blanche Dan Daniels DaniCls ¬
iels iCls jelL the daughter of Snell is in charge chargeof cl1argeof chargeof
of the funeral arrangements He stated statedthat tatedthet j
that he expected a telegram from the C
relatives of Snell this afternoon definitely
settling UlBg the question of a burial place placeAn placeAn
An examination of the body after it was wascut C
cut down showed that the extra large
seveaeighthinch rope bad cut through the thethroat j C
throat vertebrae tendons etc severing
the wind pipe jugular vein e4n carotid artery arteryand arterynOO
and all the smaller muscles The jail phy physician physleiRn
sielan after the examination etamln examinktLon t1on marveled marveledthat IBarveledthat I
that the decapitation had not been com complete complete
plete pleteTbe
The result of the hanging was no eur eurprise surprise
prise to the few persons who witnessed witnessedU witneas d dIt I
It though many previously had expressed expresHdappreheMloa expresee expreseeapprehension I
apprehension that the head would he torn tornfrom tomtrom l
from the th body The consensus of opin opinion
ion was 18 that under the circumstances clrcunutanccs1ardO 5
Warden James H Harris bad acted wisely wiselywhon 11ly 11lywhon r
whon he decided to give g e Snell a a five nv feet feetfive fedtfive t
five inch drop and take a chance on a t
decapitation rather than that of a a slow slowagonizing slovagonizing
agonizing death by strangulation which whichlalch
which lalch would have followed had the drop j
been slight L LSoen
Snell weighed nearly 300 pounds when whenbe i I
lie le ascended the scaffold acafroldWhatettr
Whatever may be b said of the murderer murdererand nierdereand t C
and his alleged affected insanity it mast mustbe ma it t
be admitted that be met death bravely MaeI
S From the time he left bU cell at 104 1m humedJatel mtmediately
medJatel mediately after Warden Harris read the the e e
death d h warrant until the time tI the trap was waasprung wasspruDr w wsprung a
sprung four minutes later he never flinch fllnehed
ed He was apparently the same insane Jnsaaeman insan S Snian
man he had wanted the public to believe a
him He shuffled aloog across s the rotunda rotundafrom I
from his cell to the scaffold yard aru and and1he ani a I Itheece
thence 1he ee to the great engine of death in a amanner aDIanneI I Imanner
manner that betokened aeolute ab abandon abaOOonaRd B I Iaiul
and Boncbalance BoncbalanceIn
In fact tact Snell appeared to be oblivious o lhlous lhlousto h hto
to his surroundings and the end ad which whichawaited whlehawaited
awaited him which fact greatly relieve re1evenot
not only Warden Harris and the jail at attaches
taches and Father Maguire who went to tothe ti
the scaffold with ith the condemned man but butthe butthe bu buthe tit t
the witnesses All had feared that at the the 6 a
last aet minute Such would break down and andcreate am a I aI
create a scene His declaration that he hewould heWould be 8 C
would die brave had been given little littlecredence litUecredence little bea a
credence credenceFrom credenceFrom
From the time he left the death cell celluntil ceIluntil cel j
until the flutter of Warden arden Harris hand
kerchief as a signal to the hangman Snell SnE1IlS Snel j
Was vas lS constantly constlntl mdtterlng in almost inaudi
ble tona to toi 2I Occasionally a word could be beunderst be beunderstodd e i
understood underst d by those about the scaffold and am j I
It was a repititlon of the same incoherent incoherentrambling Incoberentrambling t
rambling he has given vent to durlns dur1n the thepast the thepast e
past month He talked Incessantly of the theelectricity theelectricity the c
electricity in his throat and stomach and andthe andthe am amthe theI d I
the trickery of all about him His last lastwords lastyords las t
words on tho scaffold were Dont forget forgetto forgeto t tt
to give the electricity to the doctor He H c a
knows about this here electricity
Despite the fact that Snell unty yester
day refused to aee ee e a spiritual adviser he bedied he e a
died professing p tesshh belief in the Catholic CatholkChurch CathoI CathoIChurch e
Church ChurchShortly ChurchShortly
Shortly before the hour sot for his exe execUtiOfl executios
cutloa he was baptized and went to con confession confeesion on onfesslon ¬
fession to Father Maguire During the theceremony thecereMOny the e a acereuny
ceremony Snell appeared nervous and andrQllt1ess sue d f frestless
restless but talked rationally He ex expressed expressed
pressed a belief that he was going to tojoin tojOiln te o 0 01in
join God and be forgiven He also ex expr cxpreeee4
pressed pr 66ed a love for his family and said laldhe sale d iihe
he hoped they would be well cared for forHe fo foHe fmHe r
He asked about his wife nnd daughter daughterwhom daughtmwhom r
whom he had not seen since last night nightHe nIghtlIe nighiMe t
He said kI hfc h hoptu they would love him himThough hImThollgh himThough
Though It was generally understood that the ci t
Snell was to be hanged shortly after 12 12oclock 1Zo I 12 2 2o
oclock o Jock ock those Invited to witness the exe execution ex excution = x xcutlon ¬
cution were ere present long before the ap appointed appolntoo > C Cpointed ¬
pointed time All told only twentyfive twentyfivepersons twentyfivEpersons twentyft twentyftpersons re
persons saw tho hanging and that num number number I Iher ¬
ber included the newspaper neV spnper reporters reporterstwelve reporterstwelve a 3 3twelve >
twelve jurors and the physicians who ho as assisted assisted a s h ¬
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among those present were Charles Welsen
berger the diminutive father of the girl girlwhom girlwhom
whom Snell murdered Daniels the father fatherof
of the husband o of Snells daughter and Io IoHceman 10 10Iheman loIleeman
Hceman Patrick Creagh who arrested arrestedSnell nrrestedSnell arrestedSnell
Snell after his crime crImer
Mr r Volsenberger was early cn n the thescene thelcene thescene
scene and watched tho execution with a amorbid 1morbId amorbid
morbid interest His eye i nover left Sue 5n I 1from Ifrom Ifrom
from the time he entered the scaffold yard yarduntil yarduntil yarduntil
until his lifeless body was cut down tYhei tYheispoken WhelspokEn Wbe Wbespoken
spoken to Mr Ir Wetsenborger said sail 41It It is isright isright
right It Is s all < dyer yer He got gatwhat what bo de deserved e eserved
served Think what he did My heart his hasbeen hisbeen
been tore for a long time but it feels bat batter b3tter hstter ¬
ter now nowSnoll no noSnoll nowSuch
Snoll Such passed a comparatively good night nightacd nightoro nightand
and apparently rested well his hissleepb sleep bug b ng
broken only three time lIe retired abou
9 oclock Just justa11 an ar hour he ur after the d daU at1 at1watch
watch was set set and shortly ortiy afierward a
heavy breathingJnalcatod to A C Arm Armstrong
strong tho guard who was seated out outside outside
side the cell that the slumbornf slum her ot te tecondoemnEd
condemned man was profound profoundOn
On the occasions when Scll awakened awakeJedhe
he was noncommunicative noncommunI tlve but appeirtd appe1rtdno
no more depressed depre ed than tJ usual usualms His ac actloDS
tlons tioz wore practically thcswnea the s1Il OJ at any anyother
other time since his htsjrzt first attempt to ce ceate
ate the impression ofinsaclty Tee T ee was wasonly fIasonly as asonly
only CoDe noticeable tUffertnco and tba tbawas
was that Snell gave evidence that ha real I
ized the fate awaiting awsittn him He apparel apparelreconciled app re1 re1reconcIled
reconciled too and remarked that te hewould
would faco death without flinching flinchingDuring flinchingDuring I
During his months of confinement confinementSnell confinementSnen
Such occupied the lh large double call Ko
34 on the right hand side at the extremE oxtremqsouthern extremEsouthern extremqsouthern I
southern end of the corridor Lost night nighth j
h be was moved to ceIlKoIlt cell Io l tt theoctreme j i
northern end owl of the left hand corridor corridorand corridorand corridorand j
and directly opposite the th cell occupied i iby i
by Frank Funk Funk F nk witnessed the thechange
change and evidenced a keen interest In
the proceedings AS did Nelson Yale Vale col colored I
ored ored in cell Xo 10 and Charles McUin McUinIn Jle in inIn
In cell No NO6 6 both of whom are under undersentence
sentence to hang Vale on Friday nest nextSnell neaLSneli I I I
Snell paid absolutely no attention to the themurderers themurderers
murderers as he passed their cells eUs on Illsway Ills j
way to cell No No1 1 and nose spoke a word wordto
to him Unlike Unlk Uni George W V V Horton tho tholast I
last man executed at the Jail Snell was
not disposed 16 t say goodby to his fel fellowprisoners
lowprisoners lowprisonersDerore I
Before being moved to cell No N 1 L 1 Snell Snellwas
was visited by Rev Father Maguire tho
only spiritual adviser with whom he would wouldconverse wouldconverse wouldconverse I
converse and he appeared In better spirits spiritsafterward spiritsafterard
afterward When Father Maguire agulre left
I Snell asked If he would come again ag ln and andwas
was assured of another visit 18it at 730 oclock
this morning morningWhen mcrnlng1hen morningWhen I
When Snoll awoke this morning It was wasJust wasjust wasjust
Just 6 oclock The sun was well up and
sent its warm rays into the cell of the con condemned I
demned man Armstrong the guard who whohad vhohad
had relieved another member of o Captain CaptainRandaUs CaptainRandalls
Ilandalls watch wished Snell good morn moming mornIng mornlug
ing and asked if he would wash and dress dressand
and have breakfast Snell replied that he hefeU
felt f elt tired and said while he did not want wantmore wantmoro
more m ore sleep he would like to remain quiet quIetfor
fom for fo foo r about an hour Armatrong then re re reminded
minded m inded Snell of the promised visit of Fath Pathor Father
or o r Maguire and the remark awakened an aninterest minterest
interest I that was remarkable remarkableDo
Do you think ho will come asked askedSnell
s Snell uch I would like to see him and hope hopeho hopehe
n ho h e will come Snell then lapsed Into si silence silence
lence le < aco and shortly before 7 oclock asked for forhis forhis
his h n is clean clothing and breakfast The aim slmpie simple
P pie ie toilette completed Snell looked much muehimproed
improved i j He said he felt better too toothough toothough
though t the newness of the underclothing underclothingand
and a nd black suit felt a little uncomfortable
b he e said saidFather
Father Maguire entered Snells cell after afterthe
the t he prisoner had breakfasted and remain remained
e ed el with the condemned man until the thereading thereadlnt theeading
reading r of the death warrant when he hetook
took t ooc his place in the little procession process ton which whichmarched
n marched m arched to the scaffold scaffoldDurIng
During the time that Father Maguire Maguirewas Iaguirewas
v was w an in the cell Snell talked very ver rationally rationallyand
at and a nd showed that he was keenly alive to ail aUthat
that t hat was going OB about him He expressed expressedt
no ° o concern however for himself and as assured
s sured Father Maguire Captain Randall RandaJland
and a nd others of the watch that he would give lvethem C
l them no troull trouft Hesajk Uet ffJ 4 if I it were poe pcMsble
slble a ible he would prefer to walk alone to the theseaJfeJd th
s scaffold to show how that he wa was brave When Wh Whtold C
t told that H was neceaaary that he should
t be b e accompanied aeeomi accompad Jedto to the scaffold 8oId Sa Sash H re replied
P plied p iled All right ri bt but I would rather ralltergo ralltergoalone ge C
a alone It was IUi understood under tood that during his hisconersatioa I
c conversation with Father Maguire Smell SDelit I i
t talked lked earnestly and dispelled tpelled i the Idea Ideathat C i
t that he was not mentally mflt1Ifresponslble r reaponkible apO fbk fbkrbe
The crime crh e for which lIteh Smell paid the pen penalty peDalty penlty
a alty a lty with lth his III life today WM one of th tile tilemost C i
u most atroefew ever eeramitted ee mltted la the Dis District
t trict rict and eoocidered with all the cur currounding AlrroundingJI sueoundings
r rounding moat revolting in its mature ture
i The crimes for which Irwin Ford the mur murderer murdarer
derer of Elsie Kregloe and George W
j Horton the murdererof munJererartrs Mrs rs Jane Nichol Nlcholson Nicholson 1
son s on suffered death upon the gallows in no noway noway I
v way compare with the heinousneee heloot DeN of the thecrime mcC C
crime c committed by Sneli For years theC 5 C
J Snells S c family and that of his victim had ha I
been b r een on friediy terms in fact f ct had lived JIvedtogether I
together t in the same house hou houLizzie
Lizzie VTeleeriSerger had been for five fiveeariJ C
y years y ears until about two months before fore her
death d eath an inmate of the Snell household householda
halng h aving been kept there by Mrs Irs Snail as
a a companion for her little daughter about abed abedLizzies
Lizzies age Lizzie was thirteen years of ofago or4go ol
B ago a go small and frail while whUeher her murderer murdererj
s as already stated was a man of tremen
dous d ome stature About two months before the thecrime f
c crime c was as committed for BORIS seJr reason reaSon reaSonvhlch C
whlph which tha he the rhflfl child cUd < rt tint not orrxlolr explaIn she = left J L L Lnelis
Snells S nelis house and returned to live with her herparents r
I parents at 740 Nineteenth Ineteenth northeast This Thiswns 3 C
was only a few blocks away from the i iuch
Snell S uch residence reslljeD Several times Snell on
deavored < to Induce Lizzie to return to his hit 5 C Camily
1 family f This however she positively re
i fused fus f used to do On the
day
previous to the themurder themurder th 6 I Imurder
i murder Snell again returned to the Weis Welseoberger Weisnberger Weisenberger
t eoberger e home and made mad a a last effort to te >
i induce Lizzie to return return to the place she she e S
1 had so long occupied in his fanu family Again a I
1 he was unsuccessful and this seemed to tomadden tomadden ii iimadden o
i madden him himEarly himEarly
Early tho next morning August C >
Snell < between 5 and 6 oclock o clock again re re
i turned to visit the Weteenberger home >
i When he arrived at tho th house he met the thechllds the e b bchIlds
childs < father at the door and asked him bin u
j for a drink of water Mr Welsenberger elsenbergar elsenbergarreplied r
replied that he would go and get him hImsome hia n a
some < and taking a bucket started for a npubUt I Ipublic
j public hydrant nearby When Weiaenber Weisenberger Woisenberger
ger had gone Snell entered the house housepassed housepassed > C Cpassed
passed through the front 7oom oom used as a aparlor
parlor Into the next used as a sleeping sleepingroom sleepln g groom
room There Therebe Jje saw Lizzie and her little litti e
brother Henry asleep In bed He passed passedon passe d don
on to the threshold of o the tb next room roomwhich i C Cwhich
which Is used as a kitchen There he it e
found Mrs rs Weisenberger e Isen bergeI the mother of c f
Lizzie preparing breakfast Hearing some som ie e eonc
oae approach Mrs Irs Welsenberger turned turnedaround turne < d daround 1
around and saw Snell standing before her r
Ag A she turned Snell said Good morning j c
Mrs Weisenberger bow are you today
She replied Go away will ill you I dont dontwant don t twant
want to speak to you yo Lizzie Izzle has told toldme tol Id d dme
me all a nfl l that you haredone havq bav done and I dont dontwaht don t Lwant
want you to come here hereagain hereagainith again againWith
With ith this she turned again to her do domeatlc do domcatlc > e emeutic
meatlc duties Snell turned and walked walkedaway H ii iiaway
away from the kitchen into the room roomwhere roomwhere root m a awhere
where Lizzie was asleep As he approach approached i C Coil ¬
ed the bed on which she lay ho drew drewa dre w cv cva
a razor from his pocket and stooping over overthe overthe ove ar xrthe
the bed extended his left arm under tho t io
head and neck n ck of the gir arousing her herfronv herCrom he > er erfrom r
fronv from her sleep and drew her nearer to I n
him He whispered something In her ear earbut en > al albut r rbut
but what this was no one knows When Whenhe Whenhe Whe en enhe n
he had drawn Lizzie close to him he hequickly hequickly b Ce Cequickly e
quickly drew the razor across the childs childsthroat childsthroat child Is s sthroat
throat several times Lizzie threw her herbands herhnnds he er irhands
bands up to irotcct Ifrotcct her head and neck neckand neckand noel k It Itand
and these too too were gashed by the keen keenedgo keenedgo kee en enedgo n
edgo of the razor LIzzie uttered a cry crywhen crywhen cx rj y ywhen
when she first felt tho keen edge of the therazor therazor U IB to torazor
razor upon her throat but this was the thelast thelast ti ho ho holast
last sound that she uttered ut erea Her cry cx y I
however attracted her mothers atten attention attentIon a h htlon ¬
tion who rushed from the kitchen to her herbedside herbedside be er rrbedside
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w which hich striking her In her mouth felled felledher j
h her er to the floor The enraged and fright frightened
ened c ued mother recovered quickly and grap
pled p j led with the murderer but she had not notthe
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the th e strength to repel him As she rose rosefrom rosefrom
from fr om the floor Snell flourished the razor razorwhich
which w hich he still held in n his hand and made madea
a motion as if to tooet oat Jlr Mrs Irs Vel0enberger i I
g She he throw up her arms to protect herself herselfaad lIerHifaDd
aDd a xed received a wound on her left wrist liat liatSnell
Snell S nell then left the house and started north northon
on o n Nineteenth Street He had proceed proceeded ¬
ed a d but a few steps ep however how er whea he hemot hemet
mot zi tot Mr Ir Weiaeaberger Vei Dherger returning from fromthe fromthe
the t he hydrant with a bucket bucketet of water He Hehad liebad Heurl
had h url heard the t e cry Ct of help and murder raanlermade DMlrdermade
made m ade by his vlfo and his SOB and he too tooaUackr tooattackc
aUackr a I Snell who ho still held the bloody Moodyrazor bloodyrazor
n razor r t I e bis itS band with which bleh he had killed killedLizzie killedLinh
Lizzie LizzieSnell LinhSnellshook L izzie
Smell Snellshook shook Mr r Weteeaberger off as If Ifhe trhe
n he h e were a child aDd continued hip h hL flight flightalong lightalong
a along long Nineteenth Street Although but a aew afew
few fe ew w minutes bad elapsed the neighborhood neighborhoodtad
had h tad been aroused aad several started in inHirsute IIIpursuit
Hirsute p o 0e the murderer Every now and aadhen andthen
tj hen t Snell would turn and make mak menacing menacinggestures menac lUlciag lUlciage
gestures g e estures tures at his hi pursuers as if he intended intendedo iD Dded Ddedto
t to o shoot anyone who approached appr aebed him himNone himODe
j None N ODe of the pursuing party being armed armedthey armedthey
y they th ey did not vesture too near th Seeing Seeingman 1Ieel Seelagan g gman
a man m an who when h he reached the th Beonteg BeontegRoad nennhiRoad
R Road h oed turned westward He did not go goJar gofar goar e
jt Jar f ar along this thoroughfare thor bCare until he turn turned turlled ¬
ed e < d into a lane la 8 on the east aide ldee of Grace Graceland Graceland
i land l Cemetery From there ho he went eat U Uward to toward >
w ward ard the Beening Read bridge brtd Here Snell Snelland SnellaDd i
a and ad his jjwrsuer eersuers were met by Mounted XOUDtedPOlleeman
P Policeman Patrick Creagfa who inMnedtMe
1 ly y dismounted and placed Smelt under ar arrest arresL ¬
r rest r est
restWhen When taken to the w police sta staJoB staJoBbesides ion C
bL b besides the razor with ita which he murdered murderedLizzte murder murderedizate d dLtule
1 Lizzte L izate AVelgeaberger there was also found foundin foundill
in > n one of his pockets an Instrument com commonly commonly ¬
mk monly m omly knows a a a stabber er and a pocket pocketknife lOCketknife poekelnife
knife k nife with 1tb oae blade bladeWhen bladeWhen
When seen at the police station within withinIUl C
an a n hour after the crime had been commit committed committed
ted t ed Snail pretended not to know why be behad hehad I
h had ad been arrested aITe ted aDd disclaimed having lavingany
a any ny recollection of having harmed anyone anyoneWhen anyonehen
W When hen told of Ce crlmehe crime he had committed committedI
J be h e said he could not believe beJl that committedI he had haddone haddone ha I
done d one such a thing lie l e1t was in a very verynervous verynervous vor r
n nervous ervous condition and refused to say more morethan lBOrethan
l than han had been stated but said he would wouldmake wouJclmake woolfake i
make m ° ake a statement on the next day lIe HedW lIedid lieid
dW d id not do this nor dWae dldbe at any other othertime othertiILe ethicsime
time t since sincePublic sincePublic
Public feeding ran high for some om weeks weeksafter weekSafter weeklter I i
after a lter the murder murder of Lizzie Welsenberger Welsenbergerand eisenbergerand
t and a nd an effort was as made to bring Snail to totrial totrial te terial
I trial t rial at once fo fr > r the crime he had commit committed
ted t ed It happened however that none of ci
v the t he criminal courts of the District were werein waresessIon
in session at the time and there is no noprovlson at S
provision p rovision In the law authorizing the calk calkIng r
ing i ng of q i special panel to dispose of such suchcases suchcnses 1 1
c cases The grand jury was In session and andfour andCour sac sacour
four f our days after tho crime erme was committed committedan
an indictment was returned against committetI Snell Snellcharging SnaUcharging Snelharging j
charging c hint with the murder of Lizzie Lizzieelsenberger j aVetsenberger
Welsenberger WelsenbergerHe elsenbergerHe
He was however not called calledto to trial un until unm
t til il the January term of Criminal Court No
A Snail then made insanity l sn lty his defame defamend ee eeand
and a nd a large number of witnesses were sum summoned summonet
moned monet from Georgia the tkehomeo home hemeof oJ his fails fataer faUler failsr
er e r and mother and othr otPtrreatlves relatives who waotestified whotestIfied wB o
testified t t that he was alway regarded as asqueer asqueer a s Squeer
queer At his trial he was mis represented representedby J fiby
1 by Attorneys Turner Mitchell and the theproceedings th e eproceedIngs
1 proceedings were conducted bi bJuste Justice Juatl e
1 Harry 1L M L Clabaugh After hearing the thetestimony Lb e eestimony
t testimony and the charge of the court tl tLe tL > e eury
J Jury ury returned a verdict of guilty a5 a In n ndlctoo ndicted
dieted < within an hour after at r it loft tie ttocourtroom tiecourtroom Lb o Ccourtroom
courtroom courtroomA <
A motion for a new trial was made and an id d
this t hIs was overruled by Justice Clabaugh Clabaughwho B I Iwho
A who then sentenced Snail to be hanged la i la n
1 the District Jail on May 11 list l st An appeal appenlwll appez il ii iiva
wai va taken from this Judgment to the Court Courtof rt rt rtof
of Appeals JPC pesis Is for the District1 which tribunal tribunn1on trihun nl ii iiOn
on June iune 5 last in an fcjHnlon blnion announced announcedby announce id ciby
by Chlel C t Justice Alvey AIo y affirmed amt1 alflth l d the findln finding findingof > g gof
of t th ho trial tr al court In the meantime Sue Snell Snellwas Al II IIwas
was respited until June 15 At that Ume Umehoweveralthugh e 5 5however
however howeveralthugh although the opinion c of the theCourt tb cc ccCourt e
Court of Appeals for the District had been beenannounced beenannoacJd bee ° nannounced
i announced the mandate of the court hai hndnot ho K fl flnot
not been forwarded to the theSupreme Supreme Court CourtC Cone Ti rtOf
of C the District and a a further respite r plt wa wu wumade 3 3made
made necessary The third date sot for forSnella forSneUs ft sr srSnehls
Snella execution was today todayAbout todayAbout todayAbout
About two weeks ago the Representatives RepresentativesH 63
In Congress from Georgia waited upon uponPresIdent upo m cxPresident
President McKInley and asked that Snells SnelI SnelIseutenie s 5sexetenes
sentence t C commuted from deah dea h to im imprJroD1n in n a aprbomnert
prlsotuaert prJroD1n rt In the penitentiary for life The Ti so
President refused to grant the appeal am and andsaid an 11 Cdsaid
said that the law la must must take its course cours 0
Snells attorneys then filed til a writ for cer cerUornrl cc cctiorarl T7
tiorarl in tho Supreme Court of theJJnte the Unite < i iStates
States asking that the Court of Appeals App Appoa Js isfor s slor
for the District be required to transmit the thowhole LI h l lwhole
whole record In the case to the higher hlghetcourt high highcourt
court that It might be reviewed by that thattribunal the thetribunal at
tribunal The application was was denied and andthen as ad edthen
then a similar petition petlU n wasjnade was Blade to Jo To Toseph Te o I Iseph
seph HcKenna one of the Associate A oclate Jua Txt a a atices
tlces of the Supreme Court of the United UnitedStates Unite d dStates
States and he too refused to entertain the theappeal Li ae Lie Lieappeal
appeal appealy appealA
A final appeal was then made to the Li xc e
President who was asked to delay the cx execution cx r C Cecution
ecution of Snell until his case could be re re reviewed r 0 0viewed
viewed by the Supremo Court of ot the theUnited tI he lieUnited
United St S Sttes es The matter was referred referroto referredto t tto
to Attorney General Grlggs by the Presi President President Feesdent ¬
dent and tLe e former reported1 reportedaidveraely adversely to tothe tothe tothe
the granting of a further respite on last lastWednesdy Ia st atWednesday
Wednesday WednesdyA WednesdayVcternnxt rj =
A Veternnrt Story So StoryCeorge ceo1ge George Lewis of ofSlwn
Shamokin Slwn Pa Ps writes I am eljthty years yearsare 0 0a Cut t f fae
a ae e I have been troubled With With Catarrh Caurrhfor for fllty tittTjears flu
years and in my time have used a great eat many manycatarrh ma macstarth flusy sy y
catarrh cures cures but never had any relief until I 1Dr Istied
used Dr ARnewn Catarrhs Powder One box boxcur boxCUJId is JX oxcured
cur cured J roe completely Fifty cents Soldby F S So SoWUl SWUuiatess
William WUl Ninth 1nth and F Streets S ts Edmonds dmond
Edmon
Williams WiUa Third Tr Street Stet and Pennsylvania Pennlvnla ATC Ax ve re c
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A MONUMENT AT HANOVER HANOVERMemorial RAN OYER OYEReiiioiial
Memorial M eiiioiial to Gommemoriic Commemorte a Very VeryImportant Yer YerImportant Verylmportant
Important Battle Battlei Batte Batten
i An Id n a Ensmsrempnt EnJJem nt Which I Is Said Snll to toJane toShare
Share Jane IltuI Ha a n Ruling ullnt Influence In uence Upon UponHie Uponthe UponSite
the Result Ueul of the FIpht IIbt nt Get GettyxbnrK GettJbnrTh
tyxbnrK tJbnrTh tyuburgTh The Unveiling Uneling Arntnceil Arntnceilto
to Take ke Place llne Next > cxt Saturday SaturdayHANOVER Satrday SatrdayHANOVR SaturdayHANOVER
HANOVER HANOVR Pa Pa June une 29 9A A monument monumentto monumentcommemorate
to commemorate the th battle batte of o Hanover will vi
be unveiled unveled here next net ndt Saturday Sturday on the oc oc
oa oaslon oon nton of the thirtyreeventb thlrteve9f thirtrseveups anniversary anniversa of or orthe ofe
fh the e cavalry struggle stgle which whf is said sil to have havehad
na had ha d an important Iport bearing beahig on the result resul resulof resultthe
of the great ge battle batte of o Gettysburg ettyurg ettyurgIn
In the battle batte which took tok place In the thestrt
st streets strt reets of Hanovery Hanover hlanoverJunq Jun Junq J 30 3 1863 186 Gen GenHug
Hug H H ugh T 1 Knptrlck Cry catalry succee succeeded In Inpreventing Ineventing
pr preventing eventing Gen J E Bt 1 Stuarts cavalry cavalryI cavalr
l from fr om joining joinin Lee L General Pleasonton Pleasontonwho Pleaonton Pleaontonhowas Pleasontonhowas
Wt who w howas was In command comm d of o Mcades cavalry cavalryat cavlr cavalrythe
n at the time tme gave gve the following folowing statement statementas sttclnt sttclnta
a as to the nmportance of the engagement engagementat enggement enggementat engagementHanover
at Hanover HanoverTe HanoverThe
The Te ene eng engiomont3 dniontr ont at Hanover aoer dlecon dscen dsceneerted
ce certed rted the plans pla o Stuart Slu t and saved save the theday they e eda
day da a y at Gettysburg Gtysburg for for Leo Lo did not have havecavalry havecfwalry
CK cavalry valry when he needed It most m0t on the therst therat
Jirst L 1 rst rat and second days of tho battle batte Ow Owing
in ing g to the tremendous trem6udn conflict cnlct at Gettys Getty Gettysrg
bl burg rg which WIl s so cmpletely completely ovcrshldowc overshadowed overshadowede t J Jthe
r th the e cavalry fight ght the battle btte of o Hanover Hanoverhl Hanoverts
has hl hi ts not notrccehed received Its It proper prp r notice noUc In his history
tory to ry Had Kilpaxrick Klpirlck failed faie In his purpose purposeGettsbur purposeettysburg
Gettysburg Gettsbur G might have told a different dlffbrentsory
story sory st ory and ad the entire entre result of the war warmlsht
might m ight have been changed change
The battle btte of Hanover was wa a contest be between beoen
tween tw oen Farnsworths Farnsorths Brigade of Kilpa SUp Kilpaicks
tricks tr icks cavalry division dtso and ad Stuarts Con ConfeerateCalry ConderateCavairy
federate feerateCalry fe derateCavairy Cavalry General Genera Kilpatrick K1ztrlckalvl Kilpatrickarrived Kilpatrickarrivedom arrived
from fr om Frederick Md d
early on the morn mrn mrnIng mornof
InK in of June une 30 3 Regiment ReKime upn upon regiment regimentpufied regimentJed regimenttseed
pufied Jed l tseed through the town town The division dlvlo divialonumbered
numbered n nte SWO 5M men composed of Cus Cus Cute Cutees
ters te es Michigan Mfchlgn Brigade nrlgde cemp the Fifth Fith Xew XewYlrk Nework
York Ylrk Y ork Eighteenth Pennsylvania Pennylia First Frt Yer Yeront Varont
aont n ont First Virginia and other ote regiments regiment
OI of cavalry cazdr with two light lght batteries baterie of o ar artler arllery
tler ti llery lleryStuart
Stuart turt was at Union Mills MUs with 8600
Confederate Cfeerate C cavalry cvalry Including lnludlDg commands cand 8e
u under nder Fltzhugh Fitugh Leo L and Wade Hampton Hapto
w when hen he learned that
leed Kilpatrick Kiptrk was w at athurrying atlttlestown
L Littetown lttlestown Stua Stuart aUenlted attempted tl t epe escape escapey
b bv y hurrying to ttc Hanover but Kilpatriek
hurryng t Ilver blt Ktptlk was wtsalready W Walredy
already alredy al ready there thee A large lae number Jm r of the Ulewer theeary
w weary wer eary and fatigued tatgued horsemen hm belonging beJglg to totb toe
tl the tb e Eighteenth Elglteth Pennsylvania P lylnM were die di dieounted
n mnte m ounted I In Centre Sue Square when sdely ssddeniy ssddeniye
Oe th e rer resr r guard grd was wa driven drvC upon up them pell p11eli
QJ mell melI eli A general genral stampede followed folwe Men Mennd leB leBand
3pe
ar and a nd women fled f to their t thel homes h terror terrorstricken teor terrorricken
stricken st ricken
The Confederates
charged
slkeD Cnteeratf carged up upthey uprederick
Freerick F rederick Stret Street aD and i it Jked looked as U thougie thougieey
they th thF ey would wld sweep swep all al before b thorn t The Te Theifth j
Frth F ifth New York aD and tk those of r the Eight Elghtfnth Eightuth
eeath fnth so uth Pennsylvania Peuyluli who had h not notscattered D b been I
scattered sttered s formed foed and aD countermarched cteeh into latet Intoe j
t th e tOD town folwe followed Iy by 0 the Firt First Vlrl Virgiela
and a8 a nd Tenth Vermont Yet In turn t1r the tie Goofed Goofederatos Cfe Coefedrates I
ete o rates were forced farce to retire retre Driven te tetheir tether Lac4r
their ther th c4r artillery arIer they thyoD opened fire Are but bt without wHheatserious wl withoutrious t I
serious se rious damage Immediately the
ario dmst Immeiatey t streets srs srswere streetsere
were w ere barricaded bc in preparation pllU for another er i ionset Joaat Inset
onset oaat o nset Kilpatrick Kiptriek bearing heg the t Coofeder Coofederate Cfeer Cfeerate Confederte I
ate a te guns gUD ordered re a countermarch CDterJ of o hUf bb1
forces fore fo rces The Te Coederatea CetM charged chg again agin againnd j
I
and aa a nd succeeded e in 11 reaching readllDJ the t square squareAgain sue I
Again A gain they were driven Iv hack bk to their ther po poItkm
at Itkm tl tica The Th Unk Unl Union guns gs were wee now BW in po p p i isitkHj tsUo
at sitkHj tIca and the batteries
sUo atra aa bt exchanged ecge shots shotswhile shoespIdly
rpy ra pIdly SJnltg Skirmishing wes ke kept 1 ap bly blywhil briskly
whil while w ish Stuart cilently IDUy withdrew wtcw to t York Yok and aa sadence
thence theu th ence to Dover Der DerKUtriek >
Kilpatrick succeeded k kStaat
having bT aue in keeping
Stuart Staat S tuart from fr the t mate Confederate CIMrat Amy Ary ArymY
moved m oved toward Gettysburg The T lose
mY tar Getrb J to t the U thenion
Union Ual U nion forces fo was wa eleven elne killed kl8 and forty fo j
for fo ur fIo8 wounded Stur tnsrts IO loss w was afv sever ex exaly cxctly +
actly aly a ctly learned Jme Some Se of o his al dead dd and ad many mD mDot manyf T
of o f his hi wounded WDd were we carried r from fr the t A fteW 1cMhen f fwn
wh w wn hen B he retired rer A number B r of o prisoners pr prisonersere
were w e ere taken tken on O both bt sides sid but the t Canted Cae Cantedrates
rates e c got gt by fart far L t ie larger lr number Dub numberAt i iAt
At this time Ue the te Confederate Cete invasion invaatonBariy lIIY invasionas
w w as a at It its h1ht height a ad t the Ary Axmy o of t the Po Fe FeOdflhW
to t OdflhW ws was IAa hastening t to r rep th tbs atk atinelL 1 1Ery
Bariy Ery riy had b been b at a York Yok and WrightsvUI rtl i iEwel
Eweil Ewel E weli at Carlisle Clie iongstrt Loe treet at Fayett Fayett
Tle y rille and a Hill Hi at CashUwn Ct while hle Lees Ls Leeseadquarters j t
h I Imong
headquarters hduter were We at Cbamberaburg Cmbrrg
Among A mong the t many my rave deeds c during duringSKllt the 4 4ght
fight fi ght at Hanover Joer one e of o especial i IDteet IDteetw interest
was w w as that of Private Pvate Thomas Burke Brke of the tl theifth
Fifth Ffh F ifth New York Cavalry alr who 1 captured cpure a abtt
battle btt b SttM Sag g from fro the t Confederates Crere in the t
charge crge c and ad received reeive a medal me of honor h for forbrver forravery
bravery brver b ravery awarded aware by Congress Cgr8 Cgr8T CongressTKE j
THE T ST ASAPH AB ASAPBCKARGES ASAPBCKARGESenerally CSABGES CGE CGEGenerl
Generally Generl G IleltevctI lele That Tat the Accused AccusedOfficera ccu cd cdOmeer
Ofllccr With 11 He le Exonerated ExoDernteclIajor
Major Iajor Knox Knx of o the te inspector I pedAr Gnrals GDrrS GDrrSprtent j
Department D prtent who was wa assigned agJ to t make mK a aprrflminary aprlinu
prrflminary prlinu p Inethale investigation of the t chages chagesaffecting ca g9 g9affectng
affecting affectng a the th conduct of officers OmC5 at the thequarteraers
quartermasters quarteraers q depot dept at St St Asaph Aspb is i en eDgae
gaged gae g aged In the preparation preptl of o his repoit repoitwhich rt repoctwhich t twblch
which will wi be 0 presented 3I6nte te the t e Secretary Secretaryj Secery I
of o f War Var It was a said sid at the t War Depart Dpt Dptment Departmeat
ment that no Infonnayoa 1fn1 concerning clag the te thereliminary I Ipreliminary I Ipreliin
preliminary preliin p investigation Inctgan could cl be b giv given n to t tohe j
the t he public publc in advance of the presentation presentationof prentol prentolG
of o f the t1 inspectors Inpors report rep to t the Secretary Scretary Secretaryand j jand iaDd
and that then the Information laortk must mu come comefrom cme cmefrom comefrom
from the Secretary Secret The understanding unl unlin umderstsndin umderstsndinn j
in i n tho corridors crridors of the Department Dpte Is that tlat thatthe
the charges cage have not been bn 3ted 3tedAI sustained sustainedAn II
An AI affidavit amdvit was filed fle at the War Ds D Dpent Dapertinent
pertinent pent early orly In June Juo by George Gerge W WSales V t tNalrn
Sales and a S E E Babbitt Rbitt former employes employese
at tho St St Aeaph depot dept alleging allegl g that tt tttin cr eectam
tain tin tam property was sold sld wlUt without cocdemna cdemna cdemnaton cocidemnaLion
ton Lion procein proceedings or adcrtlmcnt advertliment ad aed that thatno thatno
no proper Iroper return of the te proceeds proces was wasmade wasmnde j
made that forage forge was sent sen to a a prlvaU p pivatnstable Ivt
stable sble and an that men borne on a the te p Py psyroll y j I Irol
roll rol of o the Quartermasters Quatrrs Dipartmenit D Dpartmeotwere prtmen
were employed by the accused acus In private priyatework privatework
work such as a the manufacture mufacture or 0 furni furalture ulni ulniture j
ture repair rpair of family famIy vehicles vehcle pain plintiIg plintiIgpprhangng paintiag paintiagpaperhanging tit g
paperhanging and servlcs servteaThe
pprhangng an personal peral sen
The Te Secretary Secrotry of War yesterday yeterday appoint appoInted
ed a board of survey consisting consistng of Lieut LIeutCol LleutCol
Col Charles Chales A Dempsey Dempey First Frt U S In Infantry Infantry
fantry Capt Samuel Sauel W V Fountain Fountin Eighth EighthU
U S Cavalry and Capt Fred Frd W Foster FosterFifth FosterFfh FosterFifth
Fifth Ffh U S Cavalry to meet In the depot depotqwtrtermasters
liuartermasters I urtermasterg office at S Asaph Aph Va Va Yn at atthe I Ithe
the earliest earlest date practicable praicable for or the te pew purposo pr prPOO pewpose
pose POO of o investigating investgatng and reporting reporlng upon uponCapt upn upnte uponcondition
te condition o of one public horse for whic which whichCapt I ICapt
Capt Elms Elas H Parsons assistant quarter quartermaster
master master U S Volunteers Volunteer depot quarter quartermaster quartermaster
master at that pont pnt Is responsible responsibleThIs responsibleThis
This appointment appointet of a board of o survey suvey suveywa surveywas
was wa said at the War Department Dcprtent to have haveno hanno haveno
no relation relton to the charge char made mae by Nairn Nair Nalrnand j jand
and Rabbitt Rbbit being bIng merely a routine rutie mat matter matter mattar
ter probably preparatory preparat r to the tie condemna condemnation condemnaLion
Lion of a horse horseFux horseFox
K Fox x Caught CnuJht In a frrrer ter terA ewer ewerANNAPOLIS
ANNAPOLIS A NALIS Md June 29 2A 29A A small smal smallgrey
grey fox about aout three thr mouths oath old was WaScaptur wascaptured
captured captur In a a sewer rowe at the State Stat House Hous Houseyesterday
yesterday yestery by Err E Err4t > t Duvall an employe employea
at tho capitol cplol After Arer turning on the thehose thehose I Ihoe
hose Mr Ir Duvall awaited his
hoe Duval awalted opportunly opprtunly opprtunlyand opportunlyand
and seizing tho animal anl al back bk of otthe the head headsafely hea headsafely
safely landed landed him In h mnj a a bag The Te capture caphr captxroof
of the fox was wa witnessed scltneosfI lte by a large nu nubel nura numher
her of State Ste officfals omcas C and others other otheroD1 othersC othersWomnil
AVoTOnri oD1 i Kllleil Klledb 1 by > y LIJbtnlngSAiON Lightning IlRlitnInprSTAUNTON LightningSTAUNTON
STAUNTON SAiON Va V June J re 29 2Durlng 29During During the thesevere thesevere
severe thunderstorm thunderor yesterday yesteay afternoon afernoon afernoonthree afternoonthree
three colored women women who were working workingnear workng workngnear workingnear
near an open opewlndQw window Wer were struck by light llghtning Ughtmng lightsing
sing Ella Ela Frame F FramewasjastantlykfIled e wa3 nstantly nstUYk killed led and ad adtwo andtwo
two others oters badly badly ptunced ptuncedA Ftured FturedA tnnned tnnnedA
A Toncb TncJ of Surprise Surrbe Surrbetouh SurprIsetouch
A touch touh of surpriseis is easestial t to make mke perfect pfet pfetany perfectany
any great gt JOT OT s You Yo ° will wl have touch t of o surprise s surprisewhen
when yon yoaon drink HeuriobVilacrzen HenCb hieuriebf aiaerzen n Senate S or orLe orLager
Lager Le at their t superior 1prr quail xn4ue it These The malt mt and andhop sailhop
hop hp beverage becediges eia hare hnewt winDuxXxa rij niBgCTk Ho nhich hich cannot c cannotbe a t tb
be b found foun in any other beer br Vftune Pl 6W 6 Arling Arlingzon Alg Algton Arlixigcon
ton Bottling BtUo Co C for a case
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C Pennsylvania Avenue and Seventh Street Street3IIdMnn Street Street3tdMnJmer StreetMidMnnmCr
3IIdMnn MidMnnmCr > mcr and yon on ahonld have a everything that contribute to Ilvlncr
3tdMnJmer comfort
eerthln tha Ihlns The Te Tb mt suifon Idon > fon of jr
4 tlil tll particular pnrtc pnrtfc lRrfnnonncement iar Announcement in I to supply UPI > I the important hnportnt and nd mcntne ltDe mentnedcd < ded thin things M at le lean than thn the the annul uJual 4
1 price prlctLESS priceLESS LESS EVES EE TIIAX TIA OTlEISIL OThhEILSVILL OTHERS AVIIL SUPPLY THEM TIEI The Sn Saks SaU Store Stor are the people p ovleA stores tore tur 4 j
s
I JL Refrigerators RefrigeratorsHardwood Refrigerat ors orst
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Special Spacialfotioe
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We have decided d cided to t sub submit submit submit
mit tliejthousands thehousands of names namessuggested namessuggested namessuggested
suggested for our new Beer Beerto Ber Beerto I Ito
to a board of judges who whowill whowfil I Iw i
will w I act in conjunction conjuncton conjunctionthe with withthe wit
the tie management of this thi es establishment estab1ishnieid ¬ i itabJSllmen
tablishment tabJSllmen in selecting seectng a asuitable 3 a asuitable
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SPECIAL NOTICES NOTICESTHE NOTICESTHE OTICES OTICESTIlE
THE CORCORAN CORCORA GALLERY OF ART ARTThe ARTThe ARTThe
The Sunday Exhibitions of the Corcoran Corcoranuntil CorOC11Gallery CoremesaGallery
Gallery or Art haTe closed to the pultlle pultlleuntil petbileuntil
until further notice noticeJy293t F B MCUIRE MCUIREDirector Ot1IRE Ot1IREjy93t f fjy29lt
Jy293t Director DirectorCOMMISSIONERS DlrederSPECLL DirectorSPECIAL
SPECIAL OTICEEXECUTIVE OFFICE OFFICEC01IM1SSI0 OFFICECOMMISSIONERS
COMMISSIONERS C01IM1SSI0 ERS OF 01 THE DISTRICT DISTRICTThe DISTAICTOF DISTICTOF
OF COLUI IA Was Wazhisgtom lastol June S i1t i1tThe 1 C CThe
The citizens of the District of Columbia ar arInvited Are Areinvited areinvited
Invited to attend a meeting to h bet held in inthe ikthe P P
the National aUonal Rifles Armory oa G St t not eetbetween notbetween
between Nlatb IBth and Tenth Streets north aorthwesr lIortlawest northwest
west west at 8 OCLOCK on the evening at atFRIDAY o ofFRIDAY
FRIDAY the 23th th INSTANT 1 STA r for the par parpose purpose petepose
pose of effecting an organization to arraa arrange arrangefor e efor I Itor
for the entertainment of the delegates delegatesthe de tes testhe in inthe
the annual encampment of the U Union ion Vet Veteran V Veteran t temu ¬
eran Union which Is to be held IB Wash Washington Wul1Ingtcn Washlngton ¬
ington from the 2d d to the 5th of next n xt Octfl Octflber 0et8bel Octebe
ber be Commissioner Henry B F MacfartaDd MacfartaDdwill Mactarinudwill bclarlnDdWill
will preside at the meeting meeU HESR HENRY B F FMACFARLAND FXACF FMACFARLAND
MACFARLAND XACF ARLAD JOHN W ROSS LAN LANSING L4 L4SING LANSING ¬
SING H BEACH Commissioners of o tic ttoDistrict ticDistrict
District ol Columbia Je264t Je264tHERMAN je jefiG4tHERMAN t tHEIUIA
HERMAN BAUMGARTENS BAUMGARTESSHeadquarters BAUMGARTENSHeadquarters
Headquarters for Rubber Stamps and Seat 501 501is SeanIs
is at 525 Seventh St St NW No branchea brancheaJe21tfeaa brmchEaJe1tlem brancheeje21trem
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