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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 June 1895

it! i5 Proportional Representation. Paper read before the meeting of tha Kansas Reform Press association in Oirard, Jane 13,1895, by J. P. Easterly, of the Man hattan Republic In the history of government! tha idea of a democracy is of comparatively re cent origin. When our government wsa established, it waa considerad that if tha majority should . rule, all ought to ba eatisfied nothing mora could ba desired in tha realm of representative govern ment. It eeems not to have been fore seen that our constitutions and laws would almost certainly result in minor ity, rather than in majority rule. But in our history we have seen tha work of tha gerrymander, and in many instances have protested against it as manifestly unjust, without discovering that in many congressional districts a large propor tion of tha people hava really had no voica in the election of their representa tives, nor could they have without for Baking their political principles. It ia said that in ona Ohio district tha ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 June 1895

;T3io :tjxivG o ate. '. ' '"Crecle and WeadaU rfcillljfc Editob Advocate: There are few I V,:.q old school left who remember f- i ;;!int labors of Greeley end Wendall I l:,;Ilip3 in the cau3e of humanity, end tlio 'yonnger generation ought to be X l in the virtues and the doctrines cf IbcGa g;,iant leader$ and exponents republicanism, who may be said to " f -3 ushered the republican party into .w':t?nce and carried it forward to iliiph and glory. But alas 1 they , cro forced to witness its utter demor alization and conversion to a arty of spoil as it surrendered Kx;lf to the money power and ;;cnt the road of the fallen angel, liter their lamentation: "I remem ber," said Phillips, "that the republi can party, in its hot youth when it had a conscience, did much toward freeing tha colored man. But I see that now, t!:3 willing tool of capital and the banks, and with a thimble-rig system cf national bonds, it is doing far more to endermine our institutions and en si ivo the white man. Th...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 June 1895

llHie -jlcivooata. is even more trenchant terms -than evor before. After his reinstatement in the con ference a committee composed of some of the most eminent members of the conference was appointed to confer with Mr. Tassmore and see if they could not bring him to a realizing sense of the errors of his ways. Bishop Cyrus D. Foss, Dr. Cranston of Cm cinnati, Dr. Shannon and Dean Feck formed this committee. They labored long and earnestly with the fiery re former and finished by asking him once for all, if he would cease in the pulpit the use of personalities which had caused so much trouble and scan dal in the church in the past year and was contrary to the discipline of the Methodist church. Mr. Tassmore replied distinctly and unmistakably that he would not stop that he would continue in the way he had begun and that no power should hinder him from speaking what he be lieved to be the truth. It was the last straw. The committee went back to the conference and made its report and Mr...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 26 June 1895

ffiiio ' J&xX'xro o cults. i'3 market Rgpoara. Kansas City Live Stock. jli.K3A8 Cixr, June 24 Cattle Receipts rlnce Saturday, 7,115; calves, 251; shipped Sat urday,58Q cattle; 209 calves. The market was generally steady. The following are repre sentative salos: DBESSED BEE? AND SHIPPING 8TESB3. 12.... ra.... 60.... 40.... CO.... J5. .1,120 $2.25 .1,223 5.00 ....1,164 ....1,177 ....1,233 .... 1,253 .1,172 64 1,180 6.00 185 4.85 4.75 4.70 4.63 13 1,351 85.10 .1,200 1,210 1,165 1,338 1,030 1,180 1,033 6.00 5.00 4.85 4.80 4.70 4.60 4.50 TEJA3 AND INDIAN STKEB3. 43.... 10.... 4.... 5.... 7.... 5.... 23.... 2(5 1 1 13.... 2.... I.... .1,055 $3.75 . 883 3.25 .1,032 3.25 . 006 a 15 1.. 31.. 48.. ...1,025 $3.75 V10 3. 25 866 3.15 861 3.13 SOUTHWESTERN 8TEEB3. ... 894 $150 TEXAS AND INDIAN COWS. 874 $3.10 720 2.70 778 2.55 770 2.50 COWS AND HEIFERS. 34 767 $3.05 28 805 2.70 468 666 2.40 2.45 1,300 $3.80 908 3.80 730 1,000 1,030 1,000 1,016 1,150 8-10 470 a so aio 3.00 2.50 2.50 2.25 2.00 ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 July 1895

VOL. VII., NO. TOPEKA, KANSAS, JULY 3, 1895. $1.00 A YEAR. WHAT WODLD HAPPEN IT JUSTICE m.Om EEPEE3DTm) A HAJOBITY OF THE OOTJET? Eh Remarkable Address to the Law Graduates of Yale College Talb of the Ration's Danger. Tha graduating law students o! Yala college probably heard more common eensa at their commencement on June 28 than they had heard from tha college . professors daring their whole course of e&ndy. On this occasion they were ad dressed by Associate Justice Henry B. Brown of the United States supreme court, who shocked tha country with his dissenting opinion in tha income tax esse a few weeks ego. This college ad dress was on tha same subject, though mora extended. Justice Brown traced social and mer cantile development in tha century. Then he dealt with municipal corruption, cor porate greed, and touched on tha labor question, lie said: "While tha signs of the material de velopment and prosperity of tha country were never mora auspicious than at tha present, it is no...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 July 1895

:-l!.3 t';ry ti;aa ia No. 15. Gutaaribcrs gai back nnxabcra. ney Stone, Anti-Federal Copyrtgfit W5 By G. C. CLEXIEUS, (Author of "The Dead Ilae.") BOOK III. CHAPTER VI. "IT 13 TIIE VERY EYE OF GODl" "Yon cannot, then, enter a room, by night or day, but yon leave, on going out, your portrait behind you. You cannot Hit your hanSor wink your eye. or the wind stir a ttltotjovif LoaJ, but each movement is infallibly registered for joining t The pane of glass in the window, the brick in the wall, and the paving stone in the street, catch the pictures of all passers-by, and faithfully preserve them. Not a leaf waves, not an Insect crawls, not a ripple moves, but each motion is recorded by a thousand faithful scribes In infallible nfr In delible scripture. 1 know of no chemical application that can make visible to ordinary observance these pictures with which all objects abound, but in some individuals the brain is sufficiently sensitive to perceive them when It Is brought into proximity to...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 July 1895

place in Worcester at the best salary that is paid, bo that you might be free to do your duty and not have your family Buffer for it. You know what I Bay, I do. Come, then, will you answer me this: Were you present when Hotchkisa came with those ac ceptaacesf" "Mr. Breadmonster,- what ought I to do? It troubles"me to tell what my duty is. To betray my employer's secrets is hardly right, and I can't bear to think of sending a poor fellow to the scaffold by my Bilence." The old book-keeper looked perplexed. "To keep the secrets of a murderer and hang an innocent man in his stead what kind of a con science would say that was right, Matthew?" "Yes, I should help the innocent instead of the guilty. I will tell you all I know. It has troubled me sorely to avoid telling it before. "To begin with, Mr. Kakestraw has been short of money for several months, and has been depending on his marriage with Mr. Stilwell's daughter to re lieve him of his embarrassment. He has frankly told me that as s...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 July 1895

' Jt 1 JL-TV JULYS c;b topeka TBXBUHE. 21. II. P. A, PUB1I33XD EYXXT WlDSIBBAT BT 1 AD70CAIE P0BUSM& CO.. Eoomi 43 aad 45 Columbian B1dg, :?2Zit KANSAS. 01.00 PER YEAR, ADVjESTISIXCI KATE3. InoTt!on: Dlply matter, 15 ceats ef'ti' ats line, (14 lines to Inch). Beading 1 : 'l;ta, to cents per line, (conn lines). Ccrr or electro should reach this ofllce Mpn uorning to Insure Insertion In following ' , 'ictromtliav8ineUlba8e,13-emcolumns CJinciss). ticn I id ba the policy of tha fatcia, end a servile press deed not dare either to protest against it or defend it "end at thepostoffice at Topeka, Kansas, as second class matter. 7je dim and the free and unlimited C C1AG3S OF SILVER AND GOLD AT THE r.raassT Lr.cuL ratio of 10 to 1 Omaha Populist Platfobm. VniT Attorney General Dawes iba'fc know about law would make a lolabgal library. I HASTEN TO "SPEAK UP." Colonel Tomlinson, in the Demo crai of July 1, wants a word with the editor of the Advocate; and he calls upon me to "speak up" in ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 July 1895

TI-IE3 ADVOCATE, 1S2S. NOT53 ANl) CCaUMNT. Prof. T. II. Huxley, the eminent En - gliah. scientist, died in London Jane 29. He was an able exponent of the Darwin theory of evolution. The democracy of Missouri is divided into two faotions. A leading goldbug designates the silverites as the long haired coon hunters from darkest Mis souri A woman at Ashland, O., is under ar rest for bigamy. Seven innocent and unsophisticated husbands are victims of her wiles. She ought to be fined $5 and costs. The leading Baptist church of Albany, N. Y., is all brokan up because ita pas tor has taken to riding a bioycle. The members could have endured his riding for exercise but when he began making pastoral calls on a wheel they revolted. Eight Denver aldermen, who are owned by the water works company of that town, are under protection of the police to prevent 'lynohing. They per sisted in voting in the interest of the water company until their constituents got desperate. United States District Attorn...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 July 1895

I' TI-IE3 ADVOOATU. JULYS . '", t,' iiTUl BS A ' SXLV22 IN 1 3 Globs-Democrat asis the above : ; i!i lien, tad Enswera it c.3 follows : li c.g ecntentioat yes! At the poll, nol ri';'i rrpaWicaa and democratic free-coin- will rnaie, their threatened "deca onaira .'in the national contentions. There I t r.o roon for doubt oa this point. Ia both . r i tons they will be beaten. This point mo eta eaf sly be considered settled. From ':. tlsas onward to the contentions the re ; ;,Ilcn3 will hate no trouble with the '.ca, fox when the league at Cleveland ;.; .';! J 'tie delegates from the mininj sllobanoe for a disturbance in the . : , -il'Azia tv&n on the question this year v'ltl. Ia tie contention the erushinar , ; : will be eubotituted for the muzzling ',;;. 3 .the sitor "iaoident," in its present " far as it concerns the republican . X ;',yt will be cloaed. SI 3 democracy, though, will not get oil ;; ;)es3ily. Taking all the states together 3ltite damoorata outnumber the other bccf,...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 July 1895

1213. 7 TiaHI ADVOCATE, . me Income-Tax and the Decision of the 8s preme Court. Editor Advocate: Another blow has been struck and another advance made by the plutocracy and capital in the conspiracy against the great com mon people of the country, and if the blow thus struck don't awaken the masses to a realization of their ap proaching danger, then all is lost, and the beautiful and beneficent structure erected by the fathers as an abode for the common people, for man as man, has become an altar to Mammon on which humanity is to be sacrificed to the vilest of the deities. But let us not despair. The decision of the supreme court against the income-tax, like the Dred Scott decision of the same court in 18G0, has come to waken the people from their lethargy and indifference to the course and con duct of their public servants at Wash ington. It took the booming of rebel cannon upon Sumpter to convince the incredulous that the time had come or action, and that further delay was treason...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 July 1895

TIS ADVOCATE. JUIY ft S0T23. Ia come counties the farmera bays 'tii!a beea" at which times everybody ! vzzi out to kelp destroy tne itusisiaa f.ll:il bi the meet approved manner. II. II. Artz, x -adjutant general, who hsa cadured a long season of obscurity, fan deck again, announcing that ha viU eooa publish a book cn "The Power el tha National Judiciary." Tha governor has at lost discoYered tint there are some saloons in Atohiaon, tzd hr.a ordered the police commission ers cf that town to get a move on tbam. That governor fa a wondarfal man. Clviti Justice Martin thinks the re rrMfrrn rartv of Kansas will be da- f m Bteoyad unless it deolaras for free coin s'.;;?, whlla J. K. Hudson thlnka there ia C9 fccjej for it if it doea so declare. They r.rs bsth right Tha state irrigation plant at Good lcsd fa about completed, and will be orsa fox public inspection July 9 13 7y body in general and atate officials is ynrlioular are invited to ba thera and Lslj celebrate tha event. Ha city of ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 July 1895

ADVOOATB. 13:$ n can be auccccsf ully grown and promised an unusual crop this tseaaon." Mr. E. H&rpla had grown pears siaca 1869 and in hii early experience had trouble with blight and because of cultivation, but since seeding down in blue grass never had any trouble, and his pears at the World's Fair ware regarded as the best from the state. Mr. Jackson was anxious to hear from any who had early fruits suitable for ex hibition at the Atlanta exposition. The committee on program an nounced that, the July meeting of the society will be held at Scott Kelsey's, near Oakland, the last Wednesday in July, with the following subjactajf or con sideration: "The Peach," G.W. Berry; "The Plum," Frank Babcock; 'The Cherry," A. H. Buckman, and "Window Gardening," by Mias Luoy Popenoe. Senator Peffar was called on for a speech at the close of the regular pro gram and mads a very interesting talk about his experience and observations in Kansas regarding horticultural mat ters. Be very warmly c...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 July 1895

THE ADVOOATS. JULY 3 AH Bet Mary Slleu. 7 pnoa Advocate: Let's see, ; rasXord have mercy on our souls ;. .1 !;;.di2J, too, for that matter. 111 ? hyperbolic Kelley said the Meth .!T.!itxatIoa. This Is, no doubt, par- i-.,!! true, but baa the- church reason ; o 13 croud of it? A Christian gentleman and a prohi- lulion'st was turned out of the treas on: VoCice, and, according to there- Cleans themselres, a drunkard, a . , v.vt auu twuvi nua un u tug tfi-vx." But with all his faults, those jyjta knoTsr Judge Atherton best claim !,3 in the bast of the lot, as he has some !?.art, .some sympathy for suffering Ir.::z.inity. '';.LwellIng, whose great heart went out toward suffering humanity; whose tlilcrt was directed toward the ameli- rrrll'in of the conditions of God's ,-x;r; who, instead of using the contin fund as a slush fund as his i;r. it c:c2or did, or deliberately stifling it and applying it to his own private use as the present gov- , k n Van A 1alfii 1 4 4" Vl A C i$czq1 of the b...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 July 1895

TI-2EI ADVOCATE. 11 Interstate Commerce Commission. The following facts are from the re port of the interstate-commerce com mission for the year ending June 30, 1891: MILEAGE. "The total railway mileage in the United States on June 30, 1894, was 178,708.55, an increase during the year of 2,247.48 miles. The increase during the previous year was 4,897.55 miles. The percentage of increase in 1894 was less than for any preceding year for which reports have been made to the commission, and it is not probable that the year ending June 30, 1895, will show much improvement. CAPITALIZATION AND VALUATION. "The total amount of reported rail way capital on June 30, 1894 was $10,- 796,473,813, or $62,951 per mile of line. This is an increase in the amount out standing during the year of $290,238, 403. The amount of capital stock was $4,834,075,659, of which $4,103,584,166 was common stock, and $730,491,493 was preferred stock. The funded debt was $5,356,583019, classified as fol lows: bonds, $4...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 July 1895

IS THE ADVOCATE. JULY 3 ALLIANCE DEPARTMENT. i DI2XCT02Y. President 3.T. Willlta, McLouHi Vice President Mrs. Emm Trondner, Carbondale Secretary . . . . J. B. French, Topeka Lecturer Hon. J. G.Otis, Topeka Aiaiaiant Lecturer C. W. Ames, Osborne DEPABTHINT W03X. BOARD. J. F. Maxey, Chairman Ottawa J. B. French, Secretary Topeka J. I. Stephens Wells ville Mrs. Emma Troudner Carbondale Mrs. L. E. Furbeck. . .Topeka Mrs. E. M. Wardall v Topeka STATE MANAGERS. Azrtonltnre A. F. Allen, Vinland Horticulture J- H. Darche, Garnett Floriculture W. II. Coultls.Tevis Bee-keeping. . .Mrs. Thos. Strawbrldge, Ottaw Domestic Economy. . . ....................... Mrs. Lydia E. Furbeck, Topeka Dairying Mrs. Bina A. Otis, Topeka Entertainments and Exhibits Mrs. Emma Troudner, Carbondale Improved Farm Machinery J. F. Maxey, Ottawa Political Economy and Parliamentary Laws J. P. Steven's, Wells ville Co-operate Commerce and Finance Robert Hanson, Conoordla Fire Insurance H. Baughman, Burrton Ufa Insurance...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 July 1895

TS-xEJ ADVOCATE, iESi 1 n papsr.I would racomfiitnd tha Rural Naw Yorker. Itgivea tha detailed methods of faraiajr ia the East, which wa o! tha Weat must eooa copy or cur Boil will b robbed of ita fertility. For Kansas idssa of farming, tha Kan g&a Farmer hag them well in hand, espe cially the aubjact of irrigation, a vital one to the people on the east elope of the Rockies. The Oraaga Judd Farmer and the Prairie Farmer, of Chicago, both week lies, are very good papers for Western men, who "are pursuing the sometimes monotonous occupation of tilling the soil To read a single publication is often to get one-sided views, just the same as reading the papers of a single political party.But by reading several and using your common sense in the matter, a nearly correct view of any agricul tural question is arrived at. If a farmer ia makisg a specialty of any single line of farming, aa gardening on a large scale, he would want a paper something like the American Garden, a standard pape...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 July 1895

jus s la Isjury to Ojo la tfta Coaccra of AIL .: : SccSsiy .may . ba .; Tiawcd : . from fcro ct.indpointa. To many it appears to ta r.a rrsrcjatioa of individuals each gSrej 'gllEj for tha moot part e;jaina all tha cti.:r3 for tha nzzizry cf tha msaascf llvinsr. In thia strata tha co-calbd "ZttsafBrafialdto'toviTa." To eth ers, Eocbty appasrs to ba a livirjf &zi cranio whola, ia which each irdlvidafj unit ia vitally dependant upon all cih en, not only for its cofcpleteet Individ ual davelopmant, but for tha vary msaaa cl subsistence. Modern industrialism tenda mora and iters to emphasize tha latter,viaw cf eo ctoly. A stata or neighborhood is, in d:ad, an aggregation of tadividcal unita, but oar improved methods of produc tion and division of labor, our swift moans for communication and iafcsr change of products, our gigantic combi nations of men, means and machinary to davelop and control tha bounties cf nature, briEg out as naver before the fast of tha mutual interdependence o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 July 1895

t ;,Ti 1 n Specially 'A id ki K. break p the iX seS az&acia Sees' tai w hardest en o- nil. It run be run 2 feet deep the which lets in all the rain, storing it up for all crops, which Insures against drouth and standing CHEAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE Latest and Best Cook Book Published. water on me rrt, surface. Cheap Outing Excursions. For furtfcc particulars address, ...STANDARD. PERinE'G NEW Lafe, iii't iratek .nr.- - ' - ( - 6-' Kesp in tha Olddla of thi Rsai THE FIGHT IS NOW ON. X iiitiii'i"!: 'Ere's Your 1 rw. Rocky rr i Cartoon tcitt every wrw MOTTO "What man can love his country when his country lets him starrer The Best Daily Pair On Earti Daily per yr $7.50 With'Advocate same price DaliySmos., 190-With Advocate $260 Weekly per yr.lOO-With Ad vocate L75 'flliilji'lilKV i SOLID THOUGH mam KANSAS CITY and SL JOSEPH -TOST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, OMAHA, P2 021A, ST. PAUL and HIH-MAPOLIS, WlKaXMainf Cars, Vastlbvlad Drrwiif Kaon uwpiaf vara, aaiucf vaair van (imw wai csa causa e? 023 X9 O...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 3 July 1895

I f , ., fed It fci- ' Kwi "Bwa' ; mum- W ;:j,Esa City IJve Stock. fvAfl CirT, July L Cattio Receipts "'"o Salurday, 0,422: calves, 817; shipped : Ktl.iy, 1.738 cattle, 840 calvea. The market f; "jnilly was steady on boat offerings and ici'i on common grades. Tho following aro x : rj'ontailvo sales: DEEP AND SHIPPING 8TE2RS. l. ...... ...1,3-13 LU0 1,129 4.M) 41 l.llM f,5. ...1,234 8 1,'JOO M 1.008 215 1,014 4.4) 4.M 4.00 4.25 91.. 1.2H H70 21 1,234 4.M 18 1,3)0 20 1,'i0 31 . 1,103 fcj 1,00 J 18 998 4.40 4.00 4.00 3.80 3.50 TEXAS AND INDIAN STEERS. 4Si 1.121 $38) Jifl VIO 3.15 K VIS 2.85 4 773 2.50 104 9"8 $3.40 27 8'W 3.00 6. 781 2v7j 48 783 2.3i ' WESTERN STEERS. (51 1,289 H25 I 53 1,203 $1.2) 10 1,103 3,40 I 4 1,203 3.7J WESTERN COWS. Shelf 850 $2.05 SOUTHWESTERN STEERS. 21..,. 0o8 $100 COLORADO STEERS. 7h 1,131 $4.00 I 10 1,123 $3.63 ... ,00t) 8.05 34 1,049 105 1. 1,130 8.50 1 810 aOJ TEXAS AND INDIAN COWS. 7.. 714 $110 93 1 135 813 2.00 770 2.23 678 2.10 COWS AND II EI VEILS, 2...

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