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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 15 September 1900

"V it .' HEW TO THE LINE. VOL. V. CHICAGO, SEPTEMBEB 15, 1900. SO. 47. jSF. i xjpf ; jp jf"x sw rmLmwj sz-l r vr xfsaLiar v. - lLvulx smBmsmsmsmsmsmsKPy msma lmsmsm'vBsBmsmsBmw v9uSw?aS32SSnMrilBil3i x nsmsmmsr S&&Q fftj o smaL -.-smasmmw . jmafl lsma mmm. MEBR iJmLwrl JT ! Tamest ""mer asaaaam OUR.TICKBT. FOR PKssKTJmrIT, WILLIAM J. BRYAN OF NHBRJUSUL FOR VICK PKMIDBNT, LAI K. STEVBK90N OTILUNOS. OJ OPEN ,LETTER TO HIS -EMINENCE CHAIRMAN JAMES K. JONES. Most honorable Sir: Owing to the exalted position which m occuuy In the Councils of the Democratic party the undersigned as sumes that you no doubt will consider it the bight of illbreeding and pre sumption on our part to-pass any cri ticism upon you respecting your treat ment of the accredited representatives of the Negro National Democratic League. I assume that it Is still fresh in your mind that at the time the "represen tatives of the League called on you which was on or about Aug; 15th you Tery decidedly Informed them ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 15 September 1900

THE BROAD AX. ayd at ag UmmeHLh nbUW ef I Hsr, 2 caS She Breed Axta a aewseuer eliiSim Wiierie t to speak te era Haicatum wiil nave tWMwi eaeecatac at tee nam. (ad )i aaadckaewB ae ejyMeiMefc aSeeatanaleatieatie TPoan jl'jc. BBtt Aurora Atofr, Cxx&lm. r. TatLQg. goiter aad PahHiflur, lIeatakyJB whisky redact tor the jear Jwt.esded was nearly 22,Hjm fail OBJ, SB; faKTMSe OVST list 7tf Of . : , The-Trass-Siberian railroad will be eostploted t the present rate or work lag la about, two years, the cost prob ably coaslderably exceeding the orig inal estimate of 575,500,000. Twenty-nine historic spots in Port-laad,- Me., are to be marked with tab lets prior to the return of the absent sobs and daughters in Old Home week.. They include several noted In pre slevolutiosary days, the birthplaces of Henry Wadsworth, Longfellow, Thom as B. Reed, Nathaniel Parker Willis; Us sister, Mrs.- James Parton ("Fanny Fern'7, Alexander S. Wadsworth and Sargent S. Prentiss. Siberia has recently furnish...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 15 September 1900

VESSELS OF QUEER BUILD. One in the Atlantic and the Other in the . - Pacific Ocean. flfclle the Dentschland and other trans-Atlantic flyers are astonishing the world by the speed -with -which they nee frosaltarope to America and back, Birine sea along the eastern and western coasts of the United States are beet the Aaericana could ao vu about 18 knots a day. She vu very foul, however, having heea tec a.Iong tiae la the -water wlthoat being drydocked. jl wuihb EOTfttiywiucn is axtract- water the John B. Prescott. a fire masted schooner, was the largest sail ing vessel. The owner of the new craft promises to still farther astonish the world by Immediately contracting for a seven-master, and he claims that the time Is not far distant when schooaers of 18,090 tons capacity will be as com mon along this coast as are the British tramps of that size in these days. A party of prdmlnent shipping mea wit nessed the launch of this huge raft The vessel is partially owned in Phila- One of these ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 15 September 1900

-:& aBMWMBSnS MB !& fcsar aaacas d aay Mad eC ptaaa, strawberries or ataeaaelas sad it It has bees. stewed tar cawplag, press It, taraaga- a aiars; - The laeaBle mast be jateced very. flae. To bait a plat of tfele fruit puree add fme aad a-jkaif aaaeaa ot- gelatlae soaked la ' aalf a ef t water aad nelted in half a atat ef beQiag water: nix well to- " vetiwr aad add penally to a pint of riea,. valaasd cream. Pour into a sold aad set la a cold place to. harden. Jefea H. Bolt, Desaocratic caadidate lar Ifsreraor of' West Tlrriala. will atake a SddUas' caaaaiga, ia isalta ttea of sosse other soathersers who hare raa far similar eSces. GoTeraor AUdaaea, the areseat RepnMIcaa ex eeatiTe of the state, xaade use of a TieVa la ak canvass, and former gor erasrWDssa was also a performer oa the same tastrameat "Air Taylor Mated hJs way lato the gubersatorfal chair of Teaaessle. -si aad rnpnlmrioo. Ia deeidlag whether China's popula tlea Is lease or sparse it ought to be reatembered tha...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 22 September 1900

Vs" . T.-" -' --- ?--- " - . - A'-ST -t- - ffil. - "jT' vl-g ? " 1 -cyf v? .. -fj- a il .-.i " i asn l ssbbbbbbbbMbbsL asH I issnnnMsnnnlfsnnnnstvyriissasnn BLSv nS( BBiM H I SssnsV. an., Far asy SSSJk Bisyasn j,. :r i-l?r'k y ,asaT t israsraW. nnnaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan BaaaaV Baaasav BBBauBSaan- BaSL B'BBBBBnwhBBBBBBBBSSaS . - ML 1 . - y - . nSBSanJ .BBBBSSSanbw VOIi. V. OUR TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, WILLIAM J. BRYAN OF NEBRASKA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT. ADLAI EL STEVENSON OF ILLINOIS. THE POLITICAL -PARTIES THE NEGRO. XXXI. AND March the 4th, 1885, this govern ment after being under the control of the Republican party for twenty-fout years was turned over to the Demo cratic party and as e have before stated.there was much apprehension on the part of most of the Negroes as to the policy or course, which the Demo cratic party would pursue in reference to himself and his children, their fears and misgivings were somewhat quieted after they had read the following from President Cleveland's Inaug...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 22 September 1900

1! rf ,.! -rv-K-- r- 2 I & - t i 1BE BROAD AX. MVQAA as a aft taatasadaaMlfca fcXilai. IfraTtataBtt, jCinlaW at EtS"2: laila.ltanaai. lpnMtTH, rxiMW, r w ihmim fcara tfceic My, as leae m tfcate TheBraaa kr h a an Miium wtoi alitlarw It taead eMHfe. tor. all, ere HfMWIfMtM tieo witt kara tHwMiii rw9imWietfeft. (advaaea)! Tear, -' AirwthlicafcBcrwiefcpliemUow, OJSJ3 MM James Atsttx, CecJiM. JTOHW F. TAILOaVMttor aaAPaMtatT. It Is saoisr far a poem to ar an the BW6rtu8 of his aelgbors than Steele mol his own. XVesdoa has ,102 physicians; the jrsriaese, 1S.704; Wale. 1427; Scot laad, ,42; Ireland, 2,659. Aa authority on cats says that blue mf& cats are always deaf, and that pare white ones are afflicted in the Jiame manner. S2 useful are toads in gardens that thly are' sold In France by the dozen lor stocking gardens to free them from many injurious insects. The postal savings bank system is in operation In Austria, Belgium, Can ada, -Erasce, Hungary, Italy. Netherlands,- Sweden...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 22 September 1900

.- rOn MOMKSKEKEM. 0 rsJhray wffl wO ripii r y mitan' 4 laSoath at fara aba It a tha mad trly. a Faptsahg IS and Oe WkfrXMH. This wiH Ui nartka to 'vMt Um Cms BrtBcyeflttlMi to b hH. a Mat.b8rl.-g. AJtavtMOer M to Oetafcar 4, IVfij iaMtadr, Tawx psawiea --Mi -t iitoimntiiu tha CTMt SgJenitTal TSSjparOSa, Wealth Mi jaattatUea t the thriving tatc Tk exjoeitie Is held ia a gorgeeady decanted term Vmc walekltor heasty an hardly "he excelled anywhere hy a baildlng of a tea p$rsr nattr. There art ttwiah 'faerw et cheap lands left Is Stt Dakota that wfH. aader the iirtmint oeadltfaas is that-atate, rapidly tacrease 1b rice, aad tie hold ia f tha eraaaee..with tte-aaay attraetia. tot teeth unu and la tract, aheald he aa opportunity that all land aad Investment seekers should embrace. For .further lnferaaiiaa apply to amy ticket "agent of the'Chlcago, Milwaakee t St. Paul railway, or address Geo. H. Heafford, General Passenger Agent. Chicago. Jersey Ucktabac Whiskey. The police of Jersey Cit...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 22 September 1900

,-tx aJ : Lei - C S7 :-?-Jf- '.- JOSH BILLINGS' PHILOSOPHY. 1 haven't much-faith, la mankind aad 1 iiave less In miself. Broken Jjiearts are often the eazyest Had ov iockery to mend. X lav seen folks Trho were too rek Jess even for fortune to-help: Advice-Is a dm? an the market; the apply has killed tne demand. Fortune never cheats a wlze uiaa; he eajoys" her -smiles and lafts at hei frWrna. .Baggiag fie very unprofitable unttl it a trade, then It bekums in- Vhilosophical'thouqhts. A repatashnn for being: poor iz a date deal trass ior-a -man to kontend agalast than poverty itself. There iz none so safe on the top roaad' ov the ladder az those who hav reached Jt from the very bottom. la al writings I hav allways had two eajekts in view one waz to do sum gaed, and the other to sit mi pay foi It. Tang man, if yu want to make a phil aataropiast ov yurself, don't studdy hwmsn natur too cluss, hut pitch right la. There iz nothing that will reduce Best aen to their fighting weight xatch qu...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 29 September 1900

, , BB1SSSSSBM .aar H V H k H VaaBBBB7 ZdaalLsBaBBaaaBBaav XEh E3bbbbbbw B5Br ,X H.v .bbbbbHI bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb .aK 1 Bbbbbbvv bbbbkV tSbbbbbb atas. SIbbbbbI FaaaaaMr '"TSyiaaT .!irj;naaaaay. VXr f- naUaaW HEIA TO THE LINE. VOL. V. OUR TICKET. FOR PRHSIDENT. WILLIAM J. BRYAN OF NEBRASKA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT. ADLAI K. STEVENSON OF ILLINOIS. UNITED STATES SENATOR PRIT CHARD OF NORTH CAROLINA. The Negro Press published in the interest of the Republican party have set up & Ions 'wall and howl against Senator B. R. Tillman and the posi tion which he has assumed in reffer ence to the Negro. Bat not one of these befuddled headed and crack brained editors have had one word to say against United States Senator Pritchard of North Carolina, who is a red-hot Republican. A big leader of his party and who seems to be boil ing all over owing to the fact that "the nigger question" as he calls it is dead in North Carolina- In an interview with Senator Pritch ard which appeared in the public pre...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 29 September 1900

tt :.- " ,r- ft -1 1 THE BROAD AX. aBaotafse'"aaaaoasai ia aa a aft tow ifcaldta t j-UBUKirnr, ens nam, to, K.atca ot Later, Jta Priaata. or mar fc ! v. .an 1m u fthalr propac aad ruiwasiaflttr i flsaa. The Broad Axis b aeweaenrBea pUktem 1 tnea aaeufc far all, vnr ttofatot jHterial rggfaT aoaa k tta w mind. Lead aeaimB&icatloQ -rill har attmWaaf; .a uo as is papa. (aJraaca)t aW Tau .1 -"X' UN iatfwttafacntaa matUfc&OTrxoa lHNttM, nTTTilntiniulo aTfOflT) ATT, IMS Jlxxou Atwtx, Cceua, JVISOT F. TAILOR, Sditer ui FiUbte i An Insr u Tnnih tMnMnir aa cm, tint they dilate their thoughts with unnecessary words. The most valuable pipe in the world Js the .state pipe of the Shah of Persia. It is set with precious stones, and is worth (400,000. Ife tough on the man at a continue-as performance theater who wants to CD bat between the acts; the best he can do is to come in between drinks. A fruit propagator has produced a seedless apple. These new apples are superior jn flavor" to the ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 29 September 1900

mazM .Ham , NtfvtJetitfai k a mi allaaealtwuei 17 the gguaarea er et gulaape. It If fearlbed as v pentffitamt ruw bbM am the eheet The teeters say K may ter Tomi fr expoatag their sheulders next summer. Bat hare the ailments produced ay tight lacing banished corsets? We trew not It. Loals Foet-Dispatch. CtOef Caaa4a'a Ttoojm, Gen. Richard H. O'Grady Hair, tha new eamTTmader-In-chlef of the Brit ish treeps la Canada, won the distin guished erder service In the Egyptian trpedKlem of 1882, when he waa one of the fighting officers In the Second York aad the Lancashire regiments. ladle Caa Weu Shoe. Onesiae smaller after usingAllen'sFoofc Ease, a powder. It makes tight or ne shoes eaay. Cores swollen, hot, sweating, aching feet. Ingrowing nails, corns and buniena. All druggists and shoe stores, 85a Trial package FREE by maiL Ad dress Allen S. Olmsted, LeBoy, N.Y. Equivocal. "Raetus, are yon really as fond of watermelon as they say you are?" "Waa. me? Watermelon? I das can't a-hear It in ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 29 September 1900

tjf f f te ,-r-v uv . 7 a & r E- . j &" O- HOME-MADE PHILOSOPHY. Maa iz pashun. God iz love. The h barns out, the other Iz everlastln. -Less steepul fur God, and more bred te God's poor, Iz the noo religyunnd the best religyun ov awl. "Wance Amerikans shed thare bind lar freedum. We aint dola mutch now bet & sheddin ower freedam. Adaxn and Eve "wuz never legally marreed thatx the reezon we wuz-not legitimate alrz too the garden or Eden I eeoce. Jfoboddy wud be surprized too hear T a- war In hell, fout war on enrth iz Jm match like it to be called slvillzed deine. Hen go about meddlin with the ens teas and religyuns and liberty or oth er peepul. and call it "workin fur the Muter." Han iz dropt Intoo life jist like a drop ov medisln intoo a glass ov wet ter too sweeten or sour everything it tetehes. If I had my choice to accept sum manze creed, or be damd, I'd take my chances and continyoo too wurk fur yeomanity. Injustis lords a heathen or a mewel iz jist the same ax inju...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 6 October 1900

tmn 1 1 HEW TO THE LINE. VOL. V. OUR TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, WILLIAM J. BRYAN OF NEBRASKA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT. ADLAI E. STEVENSON OF ILLINOIS. THE POLITICAL PARTD3S AND THE NEGRO. XXXDX THEtLILY WHITE REPUBLICANS. For many years there has been an effort upon the part of the -white Re publicans throughout the Southern states to form a Lily White party and its aim and object is to ignore and prevent the Negro from controlling the Republican party. There is no desire on our part to distort the truth or to make any misrepresentations re specting the formation of the Lily White Republican party therefore -we desire to remind the Negro by calling his attention to the following facts, that the Republican state convention of Tennessee convened in the city of Nashville on the 24th day of August, 1894, that sixty-five Lily White Re publicans., who -were delegates -withdrew from the convention hall and refused to participate in any of its proceedings, because they did not care to come in contac...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 6 October 1900

1ST- ti I? i I" 2 4 J- r t ty,t , rrv 5gf. THEBROAt) AX. MWst1iasftA-A-s mifeMtrifkte a at MMlMMth m nituBjwlf et Duioetagy, bt nawi, Se2?roJBaU,KBliSi of LftearTssv flTlrltoniTrin. BnjmollrirM. -Pries, er i an etwees TtaMr sy. las h sfeefr The Bread Ax la a ate sua tier feflehthna It breed eaoeca for all, erer lndiic the Stterial rWfetto apeak K ewa mind. Leeal eowwwitnUoB will bar atttesfoni eitta only en see aide ef tke i spar. "seMCXZmoxi (adi )l steMoafci! AcrsiiB-rates made known on apjilleatte Id&raes all commfinicatioaj Is) fM9 Axxora Atwtob, Cnuw nTLXUS P. TATLOK, Zditer ud PahMrtar "When thai wind propels a tat It Is hased, but the remarks of the man who owns the hat are seldom chaste. The wornout uniforms of the British tray are sold at auction each year, and bring hack into the treasury near ly $150,000. , The undertakers of Cincinnati have formed a trust Doubtless the mem bers will boycott all their acquaint ances who persist in remaining alive. The Mexican census, ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 6 October 1900

Many a woman, sick and reary of life, dragged down by weakening drains, painful ir regularities, depression, and the hundred and one ailments which affect romen only, has found in Pe-ru-na a bright star of hope, which has changed her misery to joy, her suffer ing to health. No woman need suffer from the derangements peculiar to her sex. if she will give Pe-rn-na a fair trial. The majority of weaknesses which make woman's life a burden, spring from a simple cause. The mucous membrane which lines the pelvic organs becomes weakened and in flamed owing to strain, cold, overwork, etc. This causes catarrhal congestion, inflam mation, painful irregularities, depression of spirits, irritabil ity, weakness and suffering. It shows in the haggard lines of the face, the dull eyes, the sallow complexion and angular form. For theprompt euro of such ail jaentstry Pe-ru-na. It drives stray the blues," clears the complexion, brightens the eyes, changes thin ness to plumpness, and cures pains, aches ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 6 October 1900

I CrSJK33ssaV -Slavery and polygamy are again -Lciiercd by a solemn compact by our republic Well is It for "William He-" . Kinley that the pen of William Lloyd Garrison has been dropped aad tie voice of Wendell Phillips hushed for ever! Ex. Our noble friend, the Sultan of Su lu, -is still for the old Sag and McKin-ley's- generous pension. He weeps, however, when he realizes that he "will cot be permited to cast his vote aad the votes of his slaves and concubines for the Canton over-lord. Ex Robert Thomas, -who conducts the T.-st end resort at 809 West Lake s'trett, knows nothing else but Dem ocracy, several days ago he walked in to the district headquarters, 1001 West Lake street, and laid his check on the table, which called for a good sum. Mr. Thomas is working hard for all the ticket and for his true j friend, B. M. Mitchell, Esq., -who is bound to be re-lected to the legisla- ' ture. I BXWJlSJD. I Anyone who can give information as to the whereabouts of Adam Horn (colored) who w...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 13 October 1900

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Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 13 October 1900

EWgwrv if'T ?L-. rT"P..- ' - -"iv 1 1 ( I. ! I i.- . IV . -rii THE BROAD AX fMiWii t ajebs IMLMMM, SMhitMM, FtilU. CT WW BB MBN 1OTIIS om WTW OjBSbWbBWBJF BBSS OSAmBlBsmWBhSnlBl IJbbba a llnMiHritliViimwHHwtlw. 3Ur. TAtacm.SelUriil filHism ft BHHa hotel 4eat teen that "mllawT cpapesl- mat" oath km of fare , A lair. writer says that k most neve TeeamSroman who invented the ttahabet, far had it been a mam be weald have Wh witk the totter L That burglar -who held up & Chinese aaatfrymea and received a pall of hot starch in reply-was. srobably the most "stack no" criminal la the city for a Urn. The solemn look oa the' father! face when he sires his daughter away at the marriage altar Is amusing when one recalls how anxious he was to get rid'eTaer lie past ten years. Even the president "of the United' States cannot declare war until he' to; authorized so to do by. congress Yet Misers 'or mlaeownerscan at aay time precipitate Industrial war. The .time' to coming when they will not be ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 13 October 1900

' igsz ssts:. arCL table; bed ridden aad hopeless. Bar ?5 DROPS' is far ana, mwa a Od;tbebastraBMatarthto hare la pela-BUY ASOTZLB TODAY. It -. iMhrtlMMl Telle ajut ta ----.- - J1 jelling effect la SetaUee, t-ts- Xerrseaaaae. Bur opsla, aad aacr agacttoa a cthj taMrijrttea. Asek&a, 87 Fever, Catenafe, X qipe, SfalMt., . wmTT J KOT IE wrpiervrtm Ttn mt wbTi 4m Hffc mv vaIm, 4n ..l. S r AOFS," tte 0BI7 aeAlelBe Uftt lustiTaai " f fiaT TtmVaTTMM tClab .. .. .a a. BBaaBVAl al U Baa a,Wtw wv WWW WfiM UU BeaTfe1 kedbntene attack alace I commenced It I bare Ca a treti sufferer from KHEUMATISX fir twenty lea years. Xrery -winter sad aa!Iwodtiaakwesldbeattylt.TbaaB 5roa asd jonr B DStOPS" far t&e feed It kas eeeeste. X weald aet be without It. Yoaoaa Mtkieu you please. Seadtaemteme. SbOHtaST. BWUWIcV. VJiafl. Q. -IT HAS SAVED KT LIFE." dosottaow-bo'w.iojezpreeabowiroaderfsl ftt&skyonr SBBF8" is. I ni sfferlar faMBae&rirltbXCCSLaXQXA, aadtaoufbtrora aaatkuatlwoaldBaTetodie. Oa...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 13 October 1900

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Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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