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KILLS HISBR31tErL .
Nacodoches, Tex.-As a result of a
trivial dispute William Hardin shot
and killed his brother, John. The
guns of both had been emptied of
cartridges by friends, but William
moaceded in obtaining a fresh supply.
SKILLED BY EXPLOSION.
Sevada, Mo.-Two brothers, George
and James Todd, were killed by the
explosion of a boiler in a saw mill
near Kettrman, in this county.
lve Hundred Kinds of Trees.
With the light thrown on Philippine
affairs by the American occupation
comes a greater knowledge than was
heretofore possessed of the many valu
able products native to the soil. Under
old laws forestry was almost unknown,
and the most valuable rubber, gutta
percha and ylang-ylang tree were al
lowed to be cut down at will, says the
Philadelphia North American. These
old regulations are now changed, and
liensee must now be taken oit. For
estry Director Ahern estimates the
total number of tree species in the
archipelago at 500. There are no pure
dewsts of any one species, but all
grow together in one discriminate
mass. The forest lands of the Philip
pines are estimatcd at from 20,000,000
to 40,000,000 acres-one-half of the
Islaand' area.-Chicago News.
An explortlon' mission, bound for
Venesuela with the avowed purpose
of exploring distriots of the great for
ests of the lower Orinoco, recently
sailed from Bordeaux-Paulliac. The
mission is composed of Dr. Lucien
Morisae, Its head, and his wife, as well
as twelve others, whose special stud
Lss or profession eminently fit them
to accomplish the end in view. Dr.
MoriNe is already known for the suc
esseful fulfilling of former missions to
the ase region. An avant-garde of
the mlsmon left in September last
With wcomplete outfit for exploration
.' The, ostage stamp sticks to one thing
satit it gets there.
/ Te Twentleth Century.
/ Tbs twentieth century began January let,
tgt, aend will end with 2000. People did not
to reckon time from A. D. 1, but waited
VOM about the l80th year of the Christian era.
Peepl. who begin to take the great health re
aorattve, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, im.
mediately after the first outbreak of dyupepela,
irl , rheumatism, constipation, nervous
ae or kidney trouble will date their cure
Iaediatsey from then.
The laundryman, to a certain extent,
is ia the iron business.
A woman is sdok-some disease peculiar to her sex is fast
developt g in her system. She goes to her family physician
and telk him a story, but not the whole story.
She holds back something, loses her head, becomes agi
tated, forgets what she wants to say,. and finally conceals
what she ought to have told, and this completely mystifles
Is it a wonder, therefore, that the doctor fails to cure the
disease? Still we cannot blame the woman, for it is very em
barrassing to detail some of the symptoms of her suffering,
even to her family physician. This is the reason why
hundreds of thousands of women are now in corre
spondenee with Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass. To
her they can give every symptom, so that when she is ready
to advise them she is in possession of more facts from her
correspondence with the patient than the physician can
possibly obtain through a personal interview.
'ollowing we publish a letter from a woman showing the
result of a correspondence with Mrs. Pinkham. All such
letters are considered absolutely confidential by
Mrs. Pinkham, and are never published in any way or
manner without the consent in writing of the patient; but
hundreds of women are so grateful for the health which Mrs.
Pinkham and her medicine have been able to restore to them
that they not only consent to publishing their letters, but
write asking that this be done in order that other women
who sffer may be benefited by their experience.
Mrs. Ella Rice, Chelsea, Wis., writes:
"Dal Mas. Pin.xx :-For two years I was troubled with falling
and |nhammatioa of the womb. I suffered very much with bearing-down
pains, headache, backache, and was not able to do anything. What I
endured no one knows but those who have suffered as I did. I could
hardly drag myself across the foor. I doctored with the physicians of this
town for three months and grew worse instead of better. My husband
and friends wished me to write to you, but I had no faith in patent medi
ines. At last I beoame so bad that I concluded to ask your advice. I
received an answer at once advising me to take your Vegetable Compound,
and I did so. Before I had taken two bottles I felt better, and after I had
taken five bottles there was no happier woman on earth, for I was well
again. I know that your Vegetable Compound cured me, and I wish and
advise every woman who suffers as I did to try Lydia B. Plnkham's Vege.
table- Composd. Believe me lwtys grateful for the recovery of my
health."--~ Ms. ELtA Lce, Chelsea, Wis.
REW ARD to the f'at thaim oa eptical
ek re csie-of s ke teatimoial lettae
d w itd wit the Nation" City1am., o mcoq
whL will be paid to sy pe.o who will skew that the
,atelmwm Is atel gata.. c wa. prbl.wa before obtealig
asmwwlwr'aqmecIs permi..oa.-LUAw C. Pimziura Maica tosCa.
A few hundred buskels of Reum 'a Imprved,
peullo. BIG BOLL COTTON BERD. It ioelaimed
r this Cottoa that it i the moss Pro~tio varle
ty ea earth; that it is never treebled with bol
worm. rust or the Insect khown as the sharp
Sbootere. Stands extremes of wet ad dry
weather. Less than half the labor reqaired
M. RKi & OA' .L. Mo orrenwxrly. Alt.
1000 gallon cistern......... 14 00
1560 gallon citern......... 13 50
2100 gallon cistern......... 1l.00
Cypress sab and doors very chesap
Wire screens and doors ohe4. .
H. P. LEWIS CO., Limited.
I16 BANONNE ST., NEW OBLEANS, LA.
gead for Ostalogue. Write for prices.
TELL THE ADVERTISER ", .,w ar u
mmmau~ n iar 'raun--V -N.-l190:1
PRESIDENT DfAZ DECLINES.
El Paso, Tex.-A letter from Juan
Creed to the El Paso chamber of
commerce says President Dias will
decline this city's invitation to meet
President McKinley here for the rea
son that congress will be in session
on the datc specified.
The president has appointed Osborn
Deigman, one of the sailors who ao
companied IIobson on the Merrimao
expedition, to be boatswain.
* Burial Weddings.
The Karens, of Upper Burma, not
only delay their weddings till they can
celebrate 20 or 30 at onee, but make
the same occasion serve for their fun
erals as well. When a man dies, says
Answers, his body is cremated and the
ashes are kept until the time for the
formal funeral. When a bad harvest
or a prolonged rainy season occasions
the need of a little excitement, and
some enthusiast arranges a burial
wedding, the ashes are arranged along
a low, narrow platform, while the men
stand on one side, the women on the
other. There are no mourners, for the
dead men have been forgotten during
the convenient interval, and ' the
dresses suggest only the pleasanter
side of the double function. Proceed
ings are commepced by a sort of po0
etic competition 'between the men and
the fairest maid. If the latter is not
satisfied with the compliments paid
her, she avoids the embarrassment of
a direct refusal by bidding her suitor
come for her "before he is awake."
In this case he consoles himself with
a pipe, and, after a short interval.
transfers his addresses to some less
exacting lady. As soon as the young
people are equally paired off, the eld
ers compete for the more valuable
portion of the dead men's property.
Jewels or weapons are set swingingly
by a string while the claimants pass
in single file. The one who is nearest
when the pendulum stops swinging se
cures whatever is attached to it. When
each has thus secured a memento of
the day, the rest is handed over to
the children to be smashed up with
all the crockery of the deceased, and
buried with their ashes on some
Stole Store From CJthreh.
Jolumbus, 0., thieves reached the
limit the other night when they enter
ed St. Peter's Lutheran church and
stole an immense stove which was
used for heating that structure. Half
a dozen men must have been engaged
in the work.
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Vis, s. R iesbr's'laeops. pop=
eLeret Big als of Tradeuean.
Brokers and tradesmen in England
have an elaborate code of signals
which is used between partners in the
presence of a third party, and some at
tempts have already been made to in
troduce the same into this country. In
making a "deal" one partner will tele
graph the other "raise the price" by
passing his finger over his upper lip,
or "lower the price" by atroking the
"Be ca"tious" in indicated by rub
bing the left eye with the back of the
forefinger. "Accept the offer" or
"clinch the deal" is conveyed by pull
ing the waistcoat down with both
hands, as if straightening it, and
"stop negotiations" by biting at the
thumb nail. The sign "postpone" 's
mdde by passing the hand over the
Another signal is to wind the watch
chain about the left forefinger, which
means "the applicant for employment
will not do." Placing the finger tips
of both hands together means that
" / dA mle deui
.'"Raise the AP'P", ,'.1 Pr "one
the interviewed employe is to be dis
missed. When a shopwalker extends
the first two fingers of the right hand
and grips the others the assistants
know that the customer is a klepto
Old hands at trade can, it is said,
carry on a conversation in a master
ly manner iii the presence of a third
party as expert as themselves but ig
norant of the special signal code by
which they work.
Complete Hospital Outfit.
The illustration shows a special.'
constructed bed adapted for use in
hospitals, provision being made for
treating numerous diseases and also
for surgical work. A cooling tank is
provided which contains ice and
water, and this can be brought in
proximity with any portion of the
body while the remainder is given hot
treatment by other cppliauces. The
special function of the cooling tank
is to regulate the temperature of a
pyretic or febrile patient-as, for in
stance, in spinal meningitis, pneu
monia, typhoid fever and all forms
of eruptive diseases, where bodily
temperature plays such an important
role. In spinal meningitis and typhoid
it may be necessary to apply heat to
BED FOR GIVING MEDICAL TREATMENTS
the spinal column and neck of the
patient to produce muscular relaxa
tion, while the general temperature is
reduced by the application of the cool
ing apparatus to other parts of the
body. The mattress of the bed is
adapted to be inflated with hot water
or air, and in order to maintain the
water at the required temperature the
mattress is connected with the water
heater in proximity to the bed by
means of a pipe. It will be noticed
that supports for a fractured arm or
leg are also provided, as well as a
thermometer, writing tablet, holder
for medicine glasses, etc. The design
er of the appliance is Adolfo Luria.
Reform. In German Lamnguase.
The Allgemeiner Deutscher Sprach
verein is a German association with a
mission. The mission is to encourage
the simplification and purity of the
German language. One of its aims is
to make both spoken and written Ger
man simpler, not only by -using shorter
and less involved sentences, but by the
elimination of the use of foreign words
in the social, business and scientific
worlds. The headquarters of the as
sociation are in Berlin, and there are
branches in Milan and many parts of
Austria, as well as in London.-Lon
S A New Paris Fad.
It is said that the Paris Exposition
popularized ten to an extent hitherto
unknown in France. The importation
of tea has more than quadrupled since
the Ceylon Pavilion showed Ihe boule
<ardiers and the jolics Parisiennes
how to make it. Formerly the French
method was to pour weak ten and hot
milk simultaneously into a cup!- But
now many hostesses have added ten to
their list of pet beverages, and some
have adopted the English "5 o'clckc."
A. Mexican newspaper declares that
when Mexicahs visit the United States
in winter they suffer more from the
overheated houses than from the cold
Window plants in Germany are of
ten watered with cold tea or coffee.
The effects are said to be beneficial.
THE STONE BOAT OF THE CHINESE EMPEROR.
One of the curious sights of the forbidden city of Pekin is the stone
boat, which is one of the summer palaces of the Empelbr. From the dis
tance it has the appearance of a side'wheel house-boat Boating on the
wateIs a-trface. but closer inspection reveals the fact that it is of huge
stone blocks, laid on a solid foundation. Above the deck the construction
to i , ope to permit of the pupe of air.
THE ORIGINAL RAGLAN.
Said to Have Seen Shaped Out of a Po:
The raglan coat is not a new fash
ion, as most -people suppose, but the
revival of an old one, says the New
York Journal. It was invented during
the Crimean war, in which England
and France fought against Russia in
1853, and was named after Lord Rag
lan, the British commander-in-chief.
The chief peculiarity of this coat is
that it has no shoulders to speak of.
The sleeves start from the neck in
stead of the shoulders, as in most
THE ORIGINAL RAGLAN COAT.
previous overcoats. The effect is to
make the shoulders look very narrow
in front and the back quite round. It
looks, in fact, like ,. sack hanging
from the shoulders, and that is exact
ly what the overcoat was in the first
The original Raglan overcoat was
fashioned out of a sack. By some the
invention is attributed to Lord Rag
lan himself, but it seems more likely
that it was invented by some officers
under his command, that he put bn the,
finishing touches and they gave it his
The soldiers suffered greatly f.om
the cold. They took the heavy sacks
in which flour, potatoes and other pro
visions were sent to the army and
made overcoats out of them. The
opening already made at the top of
the sack served as the neck of the
coat, and they cut the sleeves by a
rough process from the sack itself.
The result of this was the sleeve run
ning straight up to the neck, with a
curious seam on the shoulders in
front, which was originally intended
to take up the excessive fulness.
These coats were hailed with joy,
saved the lives of a great many men
and achieved a popularity which they
did not lose in a long time.
A Sample of Legal Courtesy.
An.instance of that legal courtesy
which is a synonym of Congressional
courtesy occurred in a Galesburg court
room the other day. Attorney Jim
McKenzie and a lawyer from East
Galesburg became involved in a wordy
discussion, in which each questioned
the other's word. The East Galesburg
legal light maintained his position,
claiming that he could find his author
ity. He turned over the pages of the
statute book, when, quick as a flash,
"You will find what you want on
The innocent attorney looked up the
reference and found the law governing
the running loose of jackasses.
And the court smiled.-Philadelphia
Here is a Curlous Optical Illuasion.
Among optical illusions one of the
most curious is the "ring trick." It
consists of four rings so drawn that if
held a yard or two away and looked
at steadily foraT few moments it will
appear as if they had changed and
This is a difficult trick to explain. It
is simply one of those strange decep
tions which lead us to believe that
while we are looking at an inanimate
object it undergoes some inexplicable
alteration.-New York Herald.
Poor Man's Improved Condition.
The poor man to-day is far better
off than he was in 1800. He is a freer
man. Then he was simply a laborer,
without social or political influence;
now he has both, and his voice com
mands attention. In those days the
wage of a carpenter was sixty-three
cents a day, of a shoemaker seventy
three cents, of a blacksmith seventy
cents, of a shipbuilder ninety cents.
Tollers In the fields received from
twenty-five to forty cents.-San Fran
The census returns are expected to
show the population of England, Ire
land, Scotland and Wales to be over
The Russian and Italian consulates
at Geneva were attacked during a
demonstration in connection with the
extradition of Jeffei, an alleged ac
*omplioe of Bresoi, the assassin of
A Doling Kltten
The Proprietor of a small store in
New York owas a black kitten that cul
tivates a habit of squatting on its
haunehes like a bear or a kangaroo,
and then sparring with its fore paws
as if it had taken lessons from a
pugilist. The Telegram tells how the
kitten conquered a big dog. A gen
tleman took into the store an enor
mous dog, half Newfoundlan d, hall
collie, tat, good-natured and intelli
gent. The tiny kitten, instead of bolt
ing at once for shelter, retreated a few
paces, sat erect on its hind legs sad
put its "flbt" in an attitude of dedf
ance. The contrast in size between the
two was intensely amusing. It remind
ed one of Jack the Giant-Killer prepar
lag to demolish a giant. Slowly, and
without a sign of excitability, the huge
dog walked as far as his chain would
allow him, and gazed intently at the
kitten and its odd posture. Then, as
the comicality of the situation struck
him, he turned his head and shoulders
around to the spectators, and if an ani
mal over laughed in the world that dog
assuredly did so then sad there. He
neither barked nor growled, but in
dulged in a low chuckle, while mouth
and eyes beamed with merriment.
Brother Ieo is the name by which
William Gallinger, eldest son of the
senator from New Hampshire, is
known to the religious world e he
Spisc6pal church. His r - !tiate has
beguh in the order of the Atonement at
the monastary at Graymore, three
miles distant from Garrison-on-the
Hudson. At the end of two years
Brother Leo will be formally ordained
a priest of the Episcopal church, and
after that date Father Leo will go out
apon his chosen w-rk as a missionary.
Cares Cancer, Blood PoIson, Old
sores-Co*te Nothing to Try.
Blood poison and deadly cancer are easily
cured when Botanic Blood Balm is taken.
If you have blood poison, ulcers, bone pains,
pimples, mucous patches, falling hair itching
skin, scrofula, old rheumatism, offensive form
of catarrh, scabs and scale, deadly cancer,
eating, bleeding, festering sores, swellings,
lumps, persistent wart or fore, take Botanio
Blood Balm (B. B. B.). It will cure even the
worse case after everything else fails. Botanic
Blood Balm (B. B. B.) drains the poison out
of the system and the Blood, then every sore
heals, makrng the blood pure and rich, and
building up the broken down body. B. B. B.
thoroughly tested for 80 years. Drug stores
hl Trial treasent free by writing Blood
Balm Co., 12 Mitchell St., Atlanta, Ga. De
scribe troul ie and free medical advice given
until cured. Botanio Blood Balm does not
contain mineral poisons or mercury (as so
many advertised remedies do), but is com
oed of Pure Botanic Ingredients. Over 8000
timonals o of oure l takina B. B. B
Politeness is cheap enough for every
body to have some.
PrwFax xa F es Drms do not stain the
hands or spot the kettle. Sold by all drug
The pen may he mightier than the
sword, but the sword never gets a man
into libel suite.
Some men ble so rapidly as to die of
old age at forty.
Catarre. Canne b e oared
With local appliaetions, as they annot reh
the set of the disease. C ise a blood or
constitutional disease and in order to oure it
you most take inr remedies. Hall's O
tarrh Cure is taken internally, andacts dieet
ly on the blood and mucous surfaes. Hal's
Catarrh Care is not a quack medicine. It was
prescribed by one of the best physioians in
this eountry for years, and is a regular pre
scription. It is composed of the best tomis
known, combined with the best blood purlers,
atigdiretloo,4he mucous surfces. The
perfect cOmbinaton of the two ingredilts is
what produceso such wonderful results in car
nlag catm·arh. BSend for testimonials, free.
F. J. Omwazv & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
Sold by Drggists, price, 'o.
Hals Family Pills are the best.
Most men accept advice as if they
were doing the giver a favor.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrap for dhaldrea
teethlng, soiften the gams, redaces indsmma
t/on, allys pain, cureawindoolio. ISeabotle
STalk is cheap until you want to use
a long-distance telephone.
Piso's Cure for Coonspmpno is an infallible
medicine for eoughs and eCold.--N.W. 8auanm,
Ocean Grove, N. J., Feb. 17, 1900.
The kr doesn't pose as a horticul
turist, but he knows all about flour rais
Hare you ever eperienoed the ,AJinlena.
ationd ~•good appetite? Youn if yo
chew Adams' Pepaln Tutt Frutti.
The average height of the heavy rain
cloud is 1680 yards; of the delicate, fleecy
cirrus, 9700 yards.
Is one of the most common aflltons of the
present day. A single dose of Orsb Orchard
Water will promptly relieve it. It cure by
removing the ease.
It is the alnbition of every woman to
live up to her photographs.
Bowels Don't Move?
Caused by over-work! Over-eating! Over-drinking! No part of the human body receives more ill treatment
than the bowels. Load after load is imposed until the intestines become clogged, refuse to act, worn out. Then
you must assist nature. Do it, and see how easily you will be cured by CASCARETS Candy Cathartic. Not a
mass of violent mercurial and mineral poison, but a pure vegetable compound that acts directly upon the diseased
and worn out intestinal canal, making it strong, and gently stimulating the liver and kidneys; a candy tablet,
pleasant to eat, easy and delightful in action. Don't accept a substitute for CASCARETS. ---
BE T FO R 1-NWL AeND, IV R.,
I- C NE tVER SOLD pO BULU
lMed wALE DR fGITS
lomm--P - o *,-o-,-<,-.81 Idg"
BEST FOR B WELS AND LIVER..
t11(ý r yý= a te ~ar~=l=m1 e YOU 1111111 Jill e. Jl, , - l,
A very successful New Yorker il an
address to young men referred to
"clergymen with the two 'verys-a
very small income and a very large
family." The small income still tries
the minister's soul-the average for
American clergymen being 1800-but
the large family is a thing of the past.
The ministerial family is somewhat re
markable nowadays if it includes more
than three children-usually two sons
and one daughter.
Two hundred bushels of po
tatoes remove eighty pounds
of "actual" Potash from the
soil. Unless this quantity
is returned to the soil,
the following crop will
We have books telling about
Compositiod, use and value of
S fertilizers for various crep.
They are sent free.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
93 Nassae St.,
yields o naturo'o medoln,
mr llo erd Part ad ao; lvrlle U
and toneq th whol easeem. A Aedral
water of e mdnal value, eo
-]etratal to ma`ltestoer D
hlp hm to bot
b t le o a e qu a l 4 a > o
of aoeade1D wateor.
where rab tO tade ]
CRAB ORCHARD WATER CO., lwbu vlhie. K .
Best unh e. Sold Trastes hiu =
A LUXURY'WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL!
. The Lion t: th t.
Iot human nature to Imitate great things.
I ION COFFEE
' t the areema and strength pe( lar to, UON COFFS
Ss never feund in these Imitations.
Taste LIONR ePPBB and then taste
the others that are glazed and coated with
t . . egg mixtures and chemicals to make them
* "look better" and in order to hide imper.
- ~ fections.
STry a package of
Watch our next adverrlsement. L
and you wlU understand the reason of its popularity.
Tn every package of LION COFFEE you wll find a fuy Illustrated an4descrrptive lst. No house ei, in
fact, no woman, man, boy or girl will fail to find in the list some article which will ~contribute to their hapina
comfort and convenience, and which they may have by simply cutting out a certain number od Lion Hes' froma
the wrappers of our one pound sealed packages (which is the only form in whicthissexcellent coffee Is d).
wooLs sI c co., TOI.BDO, UW.
The British steamer Costs Rican,
which went ashore on Grand Cays
mann route to New Orleans, was not
A party of British iron workers are
coming to the United States to study
The steamship Rhein, froze Bre
men, landed 2,502 passengers at New
Yor'k, breaking all records.
Mrs. , Maria' Henderson, a native
Tennesseean,aged 101, died at Quinoy,
Beat AEarassEh Kem k
Cuaes in Man
Rheumatism, cramps, strains,
sprains, lameness, and all aches.
For Your Horse
Cures cuts, kicks, bruises; kills
a spavin, curb or splint; dispels
Family size, as cents. Horse size o cents
and $s.co. Ask your dealer or drugglit for it.
Prepared by Dr. Earl S. Sloua, ostoa, ases.
AC ENT 8 TED.
kIharid Sash LIsk and
BreBerd r hlder
New treatment, quick result,.
moderate cost Advice tree. Add.
COLUMBIA M3DICINK CO..
P. O. Box PTSI Atlanta. Ga.
W. L. DOUCLAS
$8 & $3.50 SHOES UNION
The real worth of my lW0 asnd pM. shoes compared with
other mates Is I9t. to p..L My I.N Gilt droe Line cannot be
led at any price. Beath the world for men.
.ma3 e selm met e m .lo eshoe.. Oe r (ed!
arer i t warld. Iewe¶L ?vree e w ay e weho eum
Ireo thaot -n issemeat Ia ine ttre.
u( asinW. L. ouistas.
Take me s eul.tite f Inslit 0n having W. L. Douglas shoes
with name and prie stamped on botcom. Your dealer should
teep them; I rve one dealer exeluste saIe In each town. If
he does not keep them nad will not get them for you, order
direct from factory, encloeing price and Ws. extn for carnge.
Over 1ea0.000 muaed wesarem. Mew 8 t. Lasslog tre.
Ta , w nr n eLn yd. h. w L 0VwEu eul e .Lnsla.
A. J. Oassard caused the arrest of
John J. Glynn on the charge of being
responsible for the death of his son,
Charles Cassard who wa's drowned at
Decoration Day was observed in
Metaire cemetery with impressive
ceremonies. Hon. James Dinkins de
livered an oration on "The Confed
erate Soldier. "
Jos. M. Wree was arrested on sus
picion of knowing something of a fire
and robbery at Amesvillo Friday
FREE! FREE! FREE!
All we want to yaor name and addrea
on a poSel card and in resurs we wll
send you free of asil expoe a package 0
DIXIE FEVER AND PAIN POWDEI
The best remedy made to Cool
Fever, Cure headache and reL
lieve all aches and pains.
Thou if you 11kLeI, buy the II ooest d
from your home dealer.
oSend u your name as once.
J. LEE CRUCE CO.,
FT. NITH. ARLE.
w'E WISH TO l[IE !OU A FVESEM
Of A TOLXa 0P
"TEr STORT O0 MT Lra ALD WO3I"
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