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Only One V
OF...
OUR
Worth $12.00, $ J 3.50 and $1
values ever offered to t)
One Hundred Youths
For boys, ages 14 to IS
and broken lots. Pria
$9 and $10. Your choic
Negligee Shirts
At less than half price,
and 75c Shirts at
Mot many leit, but they
M. Gutm
Corner Main and
ADMIRAL GEC
Photograp
From
Pictiring tie Armj and Nary, Bombardments,
Sieges, Defeases and
Desperate Charges. All Go to Make
Up the Eitresely Interesting Contents
of js j* jf, j.
There is No Series of ^
the Intelligencer Series i
CONTENTS OF P
THIRTT.THIRD MICHIGAN BEFORE I
FRONT.
WIGWAGGING ACCORDING TO A Pt'I
BEHIND THE DEFENSES AT BANTU
HEAVY MARCHING OKDER8.
HOME HOUSES IN THE PHILIPPINES.
BATTLE OF SIIILOH.
OFFICERS OF THE TENTH PENNSW
ZEALANDIA."
BATTERY "D" AT DRILL. NEWPORT
WRfx-KS OF THE VESSELS OF CEKV]
BATTLE OF KENESAW MOUNTAIN.
PITCHING TENT8.
BATTLE OF LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN.
A REGIMENT ON DRESS PARADE AT
A FRUIT VENDER IN HAVANA.
MILK DELIVERY IN HAVANA.
BATTLE OF FRANKLIN.
tcdmc ac mcTorDiiTinv
JLIUIIJ VI UlJUViUUllVlli
developments of our war with Spain. Par
tratlon and letter-pro#*,- on plated piper,
following parts will each contain Slxteei
nr* ofT'-rcd exclusively to Our IUvulV
p?-r copy. If by mall add 2 cents extra
TMJ
FURNITURE- ALE
Furniture B
The styles arc here,
here, the reasonabl
been looking for
everything tnat nu
buying easy. Thei
mcnt that will caus
bring you back agai
our spccial line of
sotc and velour Co
and prices will inter
AIexand<
furniture, Carpets, Etc.
iUTMAK A CO.
Veek More
CA SUIT
OU SALE.
5.00. The greatest clothing
le people of Wheeling.
' Suits,
years. Odds and ends
:s were $6.50, $7.50, C J Rfl
e for one week only
All our ${.25, $1.00 $QC
won t last Ion? at this price.
<
an & Co.
Twelfth Streets.
)RGE DEWEY.
hs
the f
mr i i uiilmm
The Intelligencer
Portfolio Series of
IB PICTURES
ar Pictures That Equals
)f War Pictures
ORTFOLIO No. 9.
jEAVING CAMP ALGER FOR THE
JLISHED CODE#
LOO.
fAXIA ON BOARD THE STEAMER
NEWS.
ERA'S FLEET.
CIIICK AM AUG A
OUR NATION IN WAR will appea
weekly, and will l??? complete In Slxteei
Parts or le.su, as may be justified by th?
t One contains twenty large pages of lllus
under a hnndsomely designed cover: tin
n Large Pages and Cover. These Portfolio)
Readers, at a nominal price of Ten Ccnti
u Address:
: INTELLIGENCE!*. Wheeling. W. Va.
1XANDEB FREW.
uying
Made Easy.
the high quality is
c prices you have
are here. There's
ikes your furniture
*e is every inducee,
you to buy and
? /"* ? ?M on/-| CAA
II. V*>UIUC 111 ttUU
fine leather, pantiuchcs.
The goods
est you.
gr Frew,
1208 Main Street.
: A DIVIDED HOUSE
i
' Soon Collapses of its own Weight
and That's the way
THE TAX INFORMHR CASES LOOK
AT THE PRESENT TIME-TWO OF
THESE WERE TO HAVE BEEN
I HEARD LAST EVENING, BUT
CONTINUANCES WERE SECURED?COLONEL
ARNETT FAILED
TO APPEAR, AND MR M'CULLEY
EXPRESSES HIMSELF.
Yesterday morning the Intelligencer
stated that the tax informers were busy
| asking themselves whether they hadn't
got hold of the hot end of a "gold brick"
Instead of having struck a phenomenally
rich paying "gold mJne."
This morning it appears that the quest
tlon has made rapid progress toward &
solution that is In anything but the dl,
rection the informer crowd desire.
, Two cases were sent for hearing last
evening In the courts of Justices Dunning
and Haberfield, respectively, but
In both the first skirmish of what will
undoubtedly prove to be a notable legal
battle was staved off by the Informer
people's unreadinefs to push ahead on
their chosen line of action.
And thereby hangs a tale.
The personnel of the informer crowd
has been known to Include in addition
: to Informer Bird, Messrs. McCulley and
frtlonnl A rnpf f had hr>pn mon.
tioned as the principal legal adviser of
the combination, "but when asked about
It stated that he had not yet decided to
participate.
Shortly before the cases were to have
come up last evening, Mr. McCulley
went to Colonel Arnett's office, and was
surprised to learn that the colonel could
not be present. Thereupon Mr. McCulley
secured continuance In each case to
next Monday evening.
Mr. McCulely came into Justice Dunnine's
court with the information that
Colonel Arnett couldn't appear, slightly
excited, and, according to Mr. Pendleton
and several other lawyers who were
present, seemed to have the idea that
the colonel had given him what Is sometimes
called the "throw-down." Later
in the evening, Mr. Pendleton openly
made this assertion,in the presence of
Mr. McCulley, but at that time the latter
had regained his composure, and confidently
made the assertion that Colonel
Arnett would conduct the suits that had
been entered by the Informer crowd.
Mr. McCulley now asserts that he
/ never believed the Justices had Jurlsdic
tlon In these tax Informer cases?tnis,
he says, is and has been the opinion of
Colonel Arnctt since he has been connected
with the Informers. According
to McCulley, the colonel held this opinion
for the reason that Prosecutor Mey*
er refused to make presentments to a
criminal court grand Jury, it following In
his opinion that the Justices' courts were
the only other fleld open for tax informer
prosecutions.
| The several lawyers engaged in different
cases on the side of the defendants,
hoot at this opinion said to be advanced
by Colnel Arnett. and afflrm that the
whole tax Informer proceeding is doomed
to a speedy and unceremonious exit
from any and all courts of Justices.
The cases set for last night were those
of Bird vs. Henry Bay ha. In Justice
Dunnlng's court, and Bird vs. W. J. Bodley,
and Jerry O'Brien, In Justice
Haberfleld's court. These are
now set for next Monday afternoon,
( and it Is not likely that there will be a
hearing In any tax Informer case before
that time, aunougn ine ca.se <u i>iru
vs. C. P. Bachman Is set for this afternoon
In Justice Haberfiold's court. The
latter, It was stated last night, would
be continued until after the ones set $or
next Monday.
At that time there will be an attempt
upon the part of the Informer crowd to
secure Judgments for the five per cent
If the Justices decide In favor of the
Informers, the Judgment will not be allowed
to stand. If the amount Is less
than $15, the defendants' attorneys will
at once go before the circuit court, and
sue for a writ of prohibition, which. If
granted, will prevent the Judgment
from becoming effective. In cases ivhere
the Judgemnt Is for more than $15, the
Judgment will be appealed at once to the
circuit court, on the ground that the Justice
is without Jurisdiction In these
oases.
The opinion Is becoming general, as
, the law In the matter Is becoming wide*
ly known and discussed, that the ins
former and his ass<?ciatcs are In a hole
* that Is considerably on the bottomless
pit order. Their pipe dream mlRht have
: resulted In real and substantial gain In
many of the cases but for one fact?
. public opinion. This potent factor has
been aroused as K is not often aroused
In this community. If. as most lawyers
of standing contend, the Justices have
no Jurlsdltcion. It Is folly to believe that
In the present temper of the community
the informer crowd Will bo able to do
anything before the grand Jury. They
have been assured. It Is said, that Prose
? cutlng Meyor will have nothing to do
with presentments In such cases. Of
course, they will have the alternative of
going before the grand Jury and themselves
making the Information or presentments,
but It la a certainty almost
thatAthcy would run across the wrong
kind of timber there, and even If there
were no obstructions there Is the additional
99 to 1 chance that they would
be met with In the petit Juries that
would try the ca?<*s.
A RLI5SSINO nlike to young nnd old;
I)r. Fowler'* Kxtract of Wild Strawberry.
Nature's specific for dysentery,
diarrhoea and summer complaint. 4
(1. A, It. Enrnmpm?nt Clnolumitl an I
Itrtnrit via II A, ...
Round trip $S 10. Ticket* on sale Sept?'mb#?r
.1, 4, 5 ami <5, good returning until
September llth, with privilege of
extension of limit until October 'J. The
JIB III more <V < uitu I r \im nil-'-, i
rect route and la the only line running
olid train*?two each woy, ?lnlly. between
Wheeling and Cincinnati. H*or
thtue renaona the 8teph?>na I'6*t htia de*
I rlded to no over the Baltimore & Ohio.
I'Vir full information, apply to agent!*,
or to T. C. Burke. Faaiengcr and Ticket
Agent, Wheeling,
1 LOCAL BREVITIES.
n?IUraor Ulaer Honumt l? Mi *? ? 1
UM CMr.
The members of the Becker dandn*
academy, wlH give * hop at Mourt Park
this evening.
The W. C. T. XT. of Roncy's Point will
hold their annual rally on Wednesday.
beginning the exercises at 2 p. m. Tn?
address will be delivered by Rev. B. B.
Evans, of Wheeling.
A silver medai congest will be held at
Honey's Point on Friday evening, at 8
p. m.,in the United Presbyterian church.
Judges have been invited from Wheeling.
This will be the third contest held
this year.
The Third ward school boys are called
to meet at the city building in the
police court room, on Thursday evening,
to arrange for participation iu Friday's
"American Boy" celebration. The members
of the drum corps are requested to
attend.
The third annual convention of the
West Virginia Ladies of the O. A. R.
will convene on Wednesday at 10 o'clock,
in the McLain building, corner Twelfth
and Market street. All members of the
organization are expected to be present
Charles Ennls, of Short Creek, broth- ,
or of W. J. Ennls, of this city, was run
over by the water tank wagon belpng- |
Intf to a threshing machine being used
on his farm, and sustained such severe
Injuries that it is feared he may not recover.
Squire W. W. Rogers Is a cousin of
ex-Governor Claude Mathews, of Indiana,
who died on Sunday, and in speaking
of him last evening he related a
u ?hlnh honruitiod
Iiuiuucr Ui luuucuia n I1IV.U -rr?
during the daya when they were boys
together.
The proposed reunion and dinner of
the "Wheeling" gunboat committee,
which were to take place on Friday
evening of this week, have been postponed
indefinitely on account of the
absence of so many of the committee !
from the city.
It la announced that Bishop W. R. .
Wilson, of Cleveland, Is no longer pastor
of the Macedonia Baptist church, I
(colored) of this city. There appears to
be more or less clashing between the
minister and the congregation that is of
no particular interest to the public.
James McDonald swore out a warrant *]
against Charles Clarke yesterday,
charging him with the larceny of a number
of small articles from his room, at
Edward Hanke's place, on Water street.
Clarke was given a hearing before
Squire Rogers, and fined $10 and costs.
Yesterday the board of county com- J
mi8sloners' committee on court house
end Jail met and transacted routine
business. The committee on poor house
and farm meets to-day, and to-morrow
the board's regular auditing session will
be held. Next Monday the usual busl- i
ness meeting will take place. 4
Two warrants were sworn out yesterday
before Squire Fltzpatrick for Isaac
Da via, a man living near Haneytown. [
One warrant charged Davis with assault
and battery: the ether was a peace warrant.
The person Davis is accused of
assaulting Is an old farmer, S. B. Chambers.
A hearing will be given to-morrow.
Yesterday "William Keller was arrested
by Constable Anderson and brought ]
before Squire Fltzpatrick, charged with
breaking Into and entering Hess & Lem
mons' place, at Fulton. Keller entered
a plea of guilty, and was held for the
grand jury In a bond of $500. In his
confession he Implicated Louis Swartz,
who, he said, was with him. Swartz
was then arrested, and committed to
Jail in default of bond of $500. There
have been several robberies at Fulton
lately, and Keller and Swartz are the
first who have been brought to Justice.
ABOUT PEOPLE.
Strangers tn the City mad Wheeling Peo- '
pie Abiomt.
Mr. Alex. Mitchell, of the Mutual Sav- :
ings Bank, has returned from a short
visit to his brother, Isaac W. Mitchell,
of Cicero, Ind. Mr. Mitchell reports
having mot there former City Councilman
of Wheeling, Otto Jaeger, who has
Just completed a large glass house at
Cicero, and also Mr. M. Dinger, former- '
ly of Wheeling, who is merchandizing
there. Cicero is a new town In the centre
of the Indiana gas belt, about thirty "
miles north of Indianapolis, and like
Elwood and Its other neighbors in the
gns country, is growing rapidly The gas j
wells are shall"w, never exceeding 1,000
feet deep. With gas plenty and cheap.
the numoer or manuracturing pianis is
rapidly increasing all through the region.
b. L. Thomas, of Blacksvllle, Is a
guest at the Howell.
Postmaster George E. Work, of Sis- ,
teraville, is at the Stamm. " :
Miss Mel Eaetorday. of Wellsburg,
was visiting in the city yesterday.
E. Roane and daughter, of Slstersvllle,
were registered at the McLure yesterday.
Mr. John W. Ensign, of Huntington,
was at tho Windsor last night, en route
to Eastern Ohio.
Charley Justlno. of the Aetna-Standard
mill, left yesterday morning for a
Ai.llnff n ( & f 1(1 nlf O r*1tV
Mru. John J. Jacob* and daughter, of .
Wheeling, came Wednesday, and will '
visit her niece, Mrs. W. F. Wlrgman.? ,
Romney Times. t
Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Bills and son j
returned yesterday morning from <
Grantsville, Md.. whore they have been f
the guests of relatives. j
Miss Emma S. Hall, of North Main <
street. Is expected home to-morrow from t
a trip to Niagara Fall?. She Is making
the trip In company with Mrs. and Mrs.
Morris, of Chapllne street. ^
OF INTEREST TO VETERANS.
Commander Robertson Receives n Decision
from Mr. Evans.
c
Commander Richard Robertson, of th<* t
West Virginia department of the Grand j
Army of the Republic, has received a ^
decision from Commissioner of Pen- ,i
slons H. Clay Evans, that Is of unusual r
interest to me uiiivii |/vhhiuu?io
through the fact that the G. A. R en- ?
campment is to be hold at Cincinnati
Just at this particular time. Pension "
voucher day fails on September 4. which t
happens to be Sunday this year, and *
the day before the departure of many
of the veterans for the Cincinnati en- t
campment. Consequently, many vouch- a
ers would have to remain over for t??n u
days or two weeks unless they could "
bo acknowledged on Sunday, the 4th. f
As will bo seen in the following de- *
cislon of the pension commissioner, ac- u
knowlcdgcments can be made on Sun- v
day: f
WASHINGTON. D. C.. Aug. 27,1SD8.
Richard Rol>ertson, Kxq., Wheeling.
Rl R:?Acknowlodging receipt of your
letter of the 24th ln*t. relating to executlon
of vouchers for pensioners, I have to "
advise you mm voucncm r*rnu?.n ?u mr >
first day of the week (Sunday) will not ti
he rejected by p<-union agents for thnt r??a- o
non. I know of no statute prohibiting r
such execution. i
A? to the pout dating, I have to call *
your uttentlon t*? tho net of Congress ap* tl
proved July 7. IS'.K, a ropy of which la en- t
closed. You will obscrvo that tho penalty li
la severe. v
If. CLAY EVANS, ,.
TommlHHloncr of Pension*. ^
As the penalty for post-dating vouchor
acknowledgements Is five years' lin- f
prlsonment nml ponslbly ? $r?00 line In
'addition, the decision Is Interesting In
more ways than one. ^
I HAP n running, Itching sore on my I
log. Suffered tortures. Do.in's Olnt- *
ment took away thft burning and itch- [j
Ing Instantly and quickly effected permnnent
cure." C. \V. Lenhart, Bowling |
Green, 0? 3 i
FALL 8PITS-D. OPK
talking
Advertisements
arc the well dressed i
clothing.
There's a fit and fir
different from ordinary
It passes for made-t
showing everything in th
sire to see, no matter wh
At $10.00 we show
Suits, the value of which
work hard for their dolla
At from S12.00 to J
whose appearance at on
work.
Just settle in your n
for your
New Fall Suit
and we'll give you a be
will buy elsewhere, or y<
D. Gundlir
34 and 36 Twel
TABLE LINBN8?QEO. 1
Geo. R. Taylor
CABLE LINENS.
A neiv supply just received of ct
price from 48c to $2.50 per yard. 1
68 to 72 inches.
DAUASK TABLE CLOTHS.
Handsome Satin Damask Got
a half, three, three and a half and fot:
around, to sell for $2.98, $3.62, $4.3!
UPKINS
To match these cloths from $1.
TOWELS.
We offer a special bargain in
Towel, 33 inches long and 17 inches
Hemstitched and Fringed All I
to sell from 25c to $1.50.
EtEMNANTS.
A few of the remnants of Woo
Materials left from last week's sale,
greater reduction in price, as we ari
these odds and ends over to the fall
We are receiving New Goods
will be advantageous to see them 1
styles advanced for. the coming seas
Geo. R. Tayloi
"HE THAT WORKS 1
SUCCESSFULLY." CL1
SAPC
WATER BOARD MEETS
Int Agnln Postponed the Mutter of Giving
the Contract (or the Supplementary T
Pump at the Pumping Nfatlon. Tri<
Yesterday afternoon there tvas a spe- r?P
ilal meeting of the city water board, 0ro
leld for the purpose of giving out the ar,
?ntract for the supplementary pump ,u"'
it the pumping station, above the city*. ha"
I*he board had considered the same are
cnotty question at the meeting a week and
tgo. Ah on the former occasion, the act
word was again unable to come t<? a Oils
ioncJuslonv It Is expected the contract P*a
viil be given within a few days. Two far<
)ids are being considered, that of the
lolly Manufacturing Company. $69,900, ma'
ind that of the Wilson-Snyder/. Com>any,
of Pittsburgh, 174,660. fav<
The steel shoe upon which the founda- eflu
Ion of the new pumping well is to stand,
ins been put together by the sub-con- *
ractors. Lewis & Chew, nnd it Is cx ected
that the stone work will be m*"' M
d within a few days, possibly on Thurs- nla
lay of this week. This shoe is laid on Wb
he surface, and the stone foundation of
s built upon It. The excavation pro- Cor
:eeds Just fast enough to keep the
trowing foundation wall at the surface. Tra
Jy this method, the large additional arrl
xpense of excavating a larger well and tral
locking it with timbers is avoided. S?P'
pri\
THE CAMP MEETING c,^f
las Come to Its Close?Efforts to Llqul- ,ar
date the Debt
The annual meeting of the Mounds- da-*
Me Camp Meeting Association has *
ome to Its close, and although the at- Pun
endance was not up to expectations, ,
t was larger than last year. Rev. Q.
V. Grimes, representing the board of c
llreetors. makes the following ?tale- 1
nont of the liabilities of the association: :
iriirinnl iloht f.?r grounds. Sl!.9Sf?: bond- mr
<1 indebtedness. $2,850; note in bank, i
720; hotel stock, J.'iOO; balance of cost ]
f light for 1S97, $100; total, 10.955. On Fun
his debt the annual interest charge is \
400.
Severnl reasons wore assigned why
he liabilities had reached this amount, ?
monk which Rev. Grimes said was the
inKodly greed of certain preachers who
re In the Methodist ministry. In re- r~";
erring to the ladles' association, he (
aid it had succeeded In raising $7'V> to !-<
0 applied to the liquidation of the debt,
irhlch would leave $G,200 to be provided
or. ,
An effort was made to secure subcrlptlons,
a specified amount to be
lodged annually for Ave years, which
esulted us follows: Twenty-three, $3 i
nnually; one. $10 annually: one. $2 an- j
iually: ton. $l annually, making a to- j
al of $137. which will make at the end j
f live years $685. This will he increased
irobably before the end of the year.
Jo reference was made to the aiwts of p..,
he association, which are probably, es- ru'
Imntlng grounds. cottages and other
ulldings, about $125,000. The ladles are
ery earnest and are working unitedly
1 their efforts to reduce the indebted??.
_i<
- - r br
In II, At O. f |
Tunndny, AuKUUt 30. Saturday. Sep.
embrr 8. and Wedn<\?day. September 7.
h?* Haltlnv ro & Ohio will well round T<
rip excursion tlckcts to Pptoskey. i?t
it* of $11 and to Mackinac for $12.good 1-^.
pturnlnK thirty day? from date of sale.
SPINALKte^i^M M
DL1NO
St CO.
... j
,J
men who wear our perfect fitting '
4
lish about it that is absolutely !
clothing. . \1
o-measure all the time. We are '
ic suit line that any man can deat
his calling in life.
a line of serviceable Working ^
commends itself to the men who rs.
. 20.00
Business and Dress Suits, ce
indicates fine fabric and fine [
lind what yog can afford to pay j
- -m
iter suit for your money thaolit .
jur money back.
lg & Co., |
fth Street.
a. TAYLOR 00. -M
Company. I
ioice Linen Damask's, ranging in i:
rbe width of these linens u from |
lis, two yards wide, and two and . i-j
ir yards in length, with border all "S|
? and up to $9.00 a cloth.
18 to $4.62 per dozen.
an All Linen Hemmed Huclf |
; wide, for 12JC.
.inen Damask and Huck Towels
1 Dress Goods, Silks and Wash |
, and they will be sold at' a still
: determined not to carry any of
season.
,
in all departments daily, and it "j
>nd bccome acquainted with the
on.
r Company. I
EASILY, WORKS
SAN HOUSE WITH
mo
AMUSEMENTS.
he -world's famous Meeker Baker &
), English acrobats direct from Eue,
appear only with the favorite
adway Burlesquers, the highest sal- ^
d vaudeville organization on the :j?
3, at the Grand Opera House the last
r of this week; also in the company ^
Fields & Lewis, the Hot Tamalea,
the greatest singing and talking "
on the stage to-day; Miss Lottie ';y<>
ton, the little magnet, her lost aprance
In vaudeville before entering .
e comedy ranks; John Kemell. late
of the "Hostler," and Irish Alder%
Companys, the greatest of all Ircomedlans;
Mathews & Harris, the <
5rite sketch team, and many others j
ally well known.
U R. Dnyllfbt Special to Cincinnati via
PcnniflvnnU LIdm.
onday, September 5, the Pennsyhra- 'i.
line will run a special train from
eeling to Cincinnati for the benefit
Holliday Post, Women's Relief *
pa. Ladles of the G. A. R. and Sons
Veterans and the public generally. ;
in will leave at 7 a. m., city time,
ving in Cincinnati at 3 p. m.. Centime.
Round trip $5 10, tickets \
1 returning until September 13, with >
ilece of extension to October 2, lnlvc.
sIS
Ickets will also be sold for all restrains
September 3, 4, S and I
DIED.
kVSO!^?On Sunday, Aojrast ?. 1M8, at
>:45 o'clock p. m., MRS. R08ANA 4
DAWSON, aged C9 years.
oral services at her late residence, ?
ie?r Tower House, one milo north of :
Pop Mill, Tuesday afternoon at I
>'clock. Friends of the family respect* 1
'ully Invited to attend. Interment at
kit. Wood cemetery.
>DI,K?On Monday. August 29, 1898,
IYILLIAM, ??on of Paul and Louisa ^
llddle. aged 2 yearn and 4 months.
oral Wednesday afternoon at S o'clock i*
rom the residence of the parents. In
.Ionwood. Interment in Peninsular T
emetrry.
UNDERTAKING. ;
)UIS BERTSCHY, - ?
????
funeral Director and
ArteriarEmbalmer.
1111 Main StMMK, WestSUU.
rail* by Telephone Answered T*1
>r Night. Store Telephone tta
Resident'* C0(. Assistant's Tele
>hone. COS. "' ttHi
.EXANDER FREW.
nerai Director and Embaimer,
1208 MAIN ST.
Under Competent Management
lcphonce?Store. S3: Residence. TBI
UEMMER & HILDEBRAND, ;
.MRU DIRECTORS AND IMBAIMERS.
loraer Mertet end 22d Streets
Unhnna M7 Onun I>nv And N'lcht
raiS
' ,-li
IF. iNTELLIOENCKK JOB OfF ICR.
NEW TYPH, 8K1LLKD WORKMEN, H
KE8T t'ur.NT AND TASTY WOKE, $
*i> for nuces nus. a and a
JllTEENTli 8THJCBT.
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