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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 3 February 1893

OTICE. DKT GOO??. NOTIONS. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING^, KUBBEU GOODS J. L. BABEH, POOAHONTAS, VA Low prices and polite clems. TAZEWEI This is the Season Of the year when everything is scarce and overworked "wives worry over whnt to hnvo for dinner. You can do no better than take the advice of an old housokeepor and got from R. C. CHAPMAN a small quantity of that fine Green Tea or if you prefer it try%J31aclc Tea or He-No T?a (he keeps every kicd) and then buy a small quantity?say two or three pouiidB each?of Dried Peaches, Apiicotsor Prunes (he has some excellent goods in this line), aud by the way I noticed wbilo there tho other day?1 sup pose he has some left yet?a complete lino of goods, such as Chow Chow, Worcester Sauce, Horse Uud ish, Prepared Mustard, Catsup, &c, that you'll find excellent with meats. CHAPMAN seems to be building up quite a "rep" for fine goods and I am so glad of it, for do you know it is very seldom you can find in a town so small w? this Buch a line ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 3 February 1893

Clinch Valley News. .PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. HcmftLTW? ? ?-?.? ? ?;-1- 1 | ? TERMS OF SUBSri'.UTlON: (In Advance.) By mail,postage paid, one year. $1.50 By mail, postage paid, six mouths, A<lVerti?iug rates furnished on nppli-1 OMion. ? Entered at the Tazowoll (Yn.) postof flee n? Becoud class matter. FRIDAY, - - - * F BB. 3, lS!);t. "next governor! Of the three prominent candidates for Governor of Virginia, two are of the So.uthv&st, ox Attorney General R. A. Ayers, of Wise, aud Lieutenant Governor J. Hugo Tyler, of Pulaski. Eastern Virginia has no candidate n> i\ tho indications are that Hint pari oi tho Stau favors in the in ijorily the nomination of Congressman C T. O'Ferroll. O'Fonall lias undoubted strength all over the Stale, and his friends claim that he whs not before nominated instead of MoKinney ho cause ho was wanted in Congress. Ay res' strength is crystal i/.ing, his friends making a systematic and bus iiicss-like arrangement of their forces Without further c...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 10 February 1893

*? Clinch \ taze'Weli This is the Season Of the jear when overytbing is scarce and overworked wives worry over what to bavo for dinner. You can do uo better tban take the advice of an old housekeeper and get from It. 0. CHAPMAN a small quantity of that fine Greeu Tea or if you prefer it try Black Tea or He-No T*a (bo keeps every kind) and then buy a small quantity?say two or three pounds each?of Dried Peaches, ApricotB or Prunos (he has socue excellent goods ia this line), and by the way I notisod while there the other day?I sup? pose be has some left yet?a complete line of goods, sucb as Chow Cbow, Worcester Sauce, Horse Ut?d iBb, Prepared Mustard, Catsup, &c, that you'll find excellent with meats. CHAPMAN seems to bo building up quite a "rep" for fine goods and I am so glad of it, for do you kuow it it very seldom you cnu find in a town so smull as this such a line of goods us he keeps ? Du roth of Chicago, carries more goods than CHAPMAN, but iu quality CHAPMAN is bis equal. ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 10 February 1893

MIRAOn, Trcasuro tbo shadow. 8oraowhore, firmly based, Arise those turrcnts that in cloud land shine; Somewhere, to thirsty toilers of tho waste, - Yen phantom well spring is a liviug sign. Treasure the shadow. Somowhero past thy sieht, Post all men's sight, waits tho true hoaven at last; Tell them whoso fear would put thy hope to flight There are no shadows save from substance cast. ?Edith M. Thomas, in Llppincott's. A MIDNIGHT MYSTERY. N a cheerless apart? ment ou the sixth floor of a New York tenement, one cold, bleak November night, sat a youug woman whose face bore cvidcut marks of intelligence and refinement. Two small rooms comprised the nar? row domain to which she gave the name of home. 'Their chucrlessoess was increased by the ah- | scuce of everything except the most necessary furniture, and by tho wailing wind which found entrance at a hun? dred crevices, sending Icy currents ncross the wretched garret. The young woman, crouching close to the dying fire, of a small stove...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 10 February 1893

Matrimony. The following advertisement ap? peared recently in a Japanese news? paper, and suggests that the land of the Mikado may be a good olace for a matrimonial agency; also that the Ideal she of one man, at least, ha* distinct limitation: "Wanted, a wife. If she Is pretty, she need not be clever. If she is rich, she need not be pretty. If she Is clever, she need -not be perfect in form (provided, al ' ways, that she is not conceited). Hei station In life is no object; neither ii the remoteness of her place of abode, whether in country or town. She ought to be in the neighborhood of twenty years of age, more or less. The would-be bridegroom is an artist of Osaka, occupying a medium posi? tion in society. Ladies desiring a union arc requested to attend at the office of Osaka Mainichl Shimbun by the twenty-fifth instant, where lull particulars will be given." Croav Currents. "Cross Currents," by Mary Angela Dickens, tells us of the vicissitudes nf a young and beautiful actress in ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 10 February 1893

Clinch Valley News.) PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. [ TERMS OF SUUSCRIPTION! Un Advance) By mail, postage, paid, one year. 61.50 Bv mail, postage paid, aix months, .75 Advertising rates furnished ou appli? cation. : Entered at the Tnzowell (Va.) postof fice as second class matter. FRIDAY, FEB. Id. 1898. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Thanking Ihn voters of Tnzowell comity for their liberal Rapport heretofore accord? ed mo. and further soliciting their imp port. I hereby snuounce myself n, candi? date for tho oliicH of Clerk of the Count? | Court of Thzewell Conuty, ut election on the 4th Thursday in Muy. 18lJ3. 1 mil respectfully, T. E. OKOUOE. I hereby announco myscdf a candidate for tin* otlicn of Clerk of the Circuit Court of Tar.owell County ut the elertion Muy i->. 1893, Hiid if elected I will disohargo the dutioB of the otlico to t'.-e best of my soil-1 Ity. H. HAKE II AHM AN JUDGE JACKSON. Tho appointment nf Judge Unw? ell E.Jackson, a sterling Demo-] erat and a strict . construction ist,by ' Fr...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 17 February 1893

-vi ? ?TicE. D&? GOOTy? W0TI0N8. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING, RDBBEB GOODS J. I/. I! A15 KU, P00AHO1STAS, VA Low prices and polite eiern?. Vol. xlviii. no. tazewelj This is the Season Of the year when everything is scarce and overworked wives worry over what to have for dinner. You can do no better than take the advice of au old housekeoper and got from It. C. CHAPMAN a small quantity of that fine Groeu Tea or if you prefer it try Black Tea or He-No Tea (he keeps every kind) and then buy a small quantity?say two or three pounds each?of Dried Peaches, Apricots or Pruuos (he has some excellent goods iu this line), and by the way ? noticed while there tho other day?I sup? pose he boa some left yet?a complete lino of goods. Buch as Chow Chow, Worcestor Sauco, Horse Rad? ish, Prepared Mustard, Catsup, &c, that you'll find excellent with meats. CHAPMAN seems to bo building up quite a 'Top'' for fiue goods and I am so glad of it, for do you know iti* very seldom you can lind in a ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 17 February 1893

is proposod to enact extraordinary penalties for trairt robbing. i.'.' - ?- -?-?is The united wealth- of Whittior and Tennyson was $418,000, Vhich, the Boston Trauscript thinks, is pretty good for poets. Acoordiufjfjo the statistic) of tho In? terstate Commerce ?onim s~'oii i\ railway passenger' stand* ono chance in 10,823, 15,'J to he killed, while traveling. Miss Ells Knowlcs will not1 be Atlor noy-Gencral of Montana, after oil, an? nounces the St. Louis Star-Sayings, hut the horrid man who opposed her will not bo aide to boast of much of a plurality. "Electric railways will safely convey passengers at the rate of 150 miles an hour at au early day," said Professor William D. Marks, Superintendent of the Edison Electric Light Company, and it now seems, to the Boston Transcript, that his prediction--is about to materialize, both im tlfis-country nftd abroad., Herbert Spencer, the famous English philosopher, now seventy-three years of age, estimates that for forty years of an active ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 17 February 1893

Mflr Cent** Stria? ;(?}&nd's moat busy tear bolog tba yoatortUr oToriiD? i9?W aria dlatressln? . /out? lady, radiant in lovellncas that usually attends tWoe$ \7, traveled throe entire blocks Rurally oo fire, and yet gave do sigo, tlbr did sbo betray her distress to any tfne, altoiough passers-by who hap Gued tr> bo possessed of keen olfae? ry organs may havo detected, tin tvddr of burning woolens and flannels. It is related by those who know tbo particulars that the young lady was engaged in the mysteries or her toilet, Sroparatory to a street promenade.* A jrsot strings-refused to be cut bias,or Ionic thing of that sort, and was sub ectod to tbo disci pi 1 no of a lighted amp In order to shorten it Burning the striog in two pieces was a success for the time, and the young lady com ?plcted .her. make - up and hastily started down-town. Sbo was raors 'than a quarterot.a.tuile from home, when tho horrible fact was discovered ?thav; h?r under-clothing was ou Atom ?u inaccessible...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 17 February 1893

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: .. Uu Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. Tgl.BO 'jB?'mail, postngo paid, eix months, .75 Advertising rates furnished on nppli I cation. I 'i Entered nt tho Tusowe'll (Va.) poBtof fice as second class matter. vFRIDAY, - - - FEB. 17, 1803. ANNOUNCEMENTS. ? 1 Thanking the voters of .Tazo^'ell county ?for their Hbernl support heretofore accord led nie, nnd further soliciting tlvm- sup? port. J\ I hcroby nnnouncu myself a cundi v Inte for tho ofhcu of Clerk of the Couutv \c?nrt ?f Tazewell County, nt eleotiou on \bi 4th Thursday in May, 1HS3. I am respectfully, T. E. GEORGE. I hereby announce nivself n candidate for tho ollico of Clerk of the Girouit Court of Tazewell County at the election May 25, 18113, and if elected I will discharge the duties of the otliee to tbe best of my abil? ity. II. BANE HARM AN JUDGE GRESHAM. Mr. Cleveland's supposed choice of Judge Gresham, Into a ltepnbli can, for Secretary of Stute,...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 24 February 1893

OTICE. DBT OOO^t KOTION8. DOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING, RUBBER GOODS. J. L. BARER, POOAHONTAB, VA Low prices and polite oleris. lOL^in^M-j^ TAZEWELI This is the Season Of the year when overytbing is scarce and overworked wives worry over what to have for dinner. You can do no bettor than take the advice of an old housekeeper and get from R. C. CHAPMAN a small quantity of that fiue Greou Tea or if you prefer it try Black Tea or He-No Tea (he keeps every kind) and then buy a small quantity?say two or three pounds each?of Dried Peaches, Apricots or Prunes (he has some excellent goods in this line), and by the way I noticed while there tho other. day?I sup? pose he has some left yet?a complete lino of goods, suoh as Chow Chow, Worcester Sauco, Horse Wi ish, Prepared Mustard, Catsup, &c, that you'll fiud excellent with meats. CHAPMAN seems to be building up quite a "rep" for fine goods and I am so glad of it, for do you know it in very seldom you cau find in a town so small as this s...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 24 February 1893

_1>? . -rr-<?'?? Tbc increase in the nurubor of persons ?who wear glasses has been very marked within a few yenrj. '?'The cdurts of Georgia havo recently given out some interesting telegraph laws. One decision exompts telegraph companies from peualtics for failnro to deliver messages on Sunday, and an? other decides that a telegraph company ?is not excused from using care because a message is ungrammatical. The most recent estimates of the capi? tal invested in the olecrical industries of the United States is 6725,000,000, and of this amount $3.*>0,000,0()0 represents the proportion which electric lighting and power have attained; (100,000,000 is also the estimated investment in elec? trical supplies, of which the electric lighting and railway appliances consti? tute a large proportion. The wheelmen of live years ago would havo laughed, opines the Sau Francisco Chronicle, if any one had suggested that a good road bicycle could be tinned out weighing only 111 pounds, yet thi...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 24 February 1893

5V ** .-" ftrnrf ilio l-iiinbnrir iMipatrji. It not only contains all the rieiw, but more ?peclal tclecrapUlo ?nd exclusive feature* v appear in its column* than In ?ny other news paper hi this section of the country. Every. . body reads it,-everybody advertises in it: so ?. ?nould you. . , , ,_. Austria has added 3,600 men to the peace footing of her army. a Cfclld Eajcys . The pleasant flavor, gentlo action and so e th? ine effect of Syrup of Fi?, when In need of a laxative', and It the father or mother be cos tire er hllipua, the most gratifying results tel. lorr ju'p^o; so that It is the best family rera edy known'anil every family should hare a r bottle. Diamond fields havo been found in Idaho Nantahala.?$100oer-bare. Every Zsharcs se? cures a town lot. Fort wies In the South. Send "tc. for prospectus. A. J. Mcllnde. Atlant?, lij, .Alarge-tract near Kansas City has been purchased,- on yihich it is proposed to colon izo all the negroes of that town. Disease Is unnatural and Is b...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 24 February 1893

iinch Valley News. PUDLISUED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUDSCRIPTION: tin Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. 81.00 By mail, postage paid, eix mouths, .70 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tuzewell (Va.) postof fico as Btvond class mutter. FRIDAY, - - ? I? KM. 24, l.SUS. ' ANNOUNQE^MENTa. Thanking Hi" voters of I'azowoll county for their liberal support heretofore accord? ed mo, and further soliciting their sup? port. ' I hereby announce myself it candi? date for the ofllcu'of Olerlt of theConntv Cenrt ?( Thwswcll (Jointly, at election on tho -Ith Thursday in May, lsi>:). 1 rtni resnocllully, T. E. GEORGE. I hereby Qunounco myself :i candidate for thnollicu of Clerk of the Circuit Court of Tazowoll County lit tIt--- ele lion May 25. 1893, nutt it elected 1 will discharge tliu dutioR of the oflici) to the be st of my abil? ity II. BANE HAKMAN Some speak ofiloke Smith, Mr. Cleveland's clioscii Secretary of the Interior, as Hoax Smith. Ihey will think i...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 3 March 1893

FLOUR, SALT, GROCERIES, ' AKD EVEuYTlIINa BELONOINO IN A SS ' W ^B. T M 1 B Family Grocery Store, ^1 J I i | ^ I j W~A %/ BUSTON & SONS. * VOL. ILVIIl7f?:9"~ ~ TTZEWE. This is the Season Of the year when everything id scarce nnd overworked wives worry over what to havo for dinner. You cau do no hotter than lake tho advice of au old housekeeper und got from H. C. CHAPMAN a small quantity of that fino Green Toa or if you prefer it try Black Tea or Ho-No Ten (he koops every kind) and then buy a small quantity?eay two or three pounds each?of Dried Poaches, Apricots or Prunes (he hus some excellent goods in this line), and by tho way 1 notised while there the other day?I sup pose ho has some loft yot?a complete line of goods, such as Cbow Chow, Worcester Sauco, Horse Rad? ish, Propared Mustard, Catsup, &c, that you'll find excellent with meats. CHAPMAN seems to be building up quite a "rep" for fine goods and I am so glad of it, for do you know it is very seldom you can lind in a ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 3 March 1893

?WINTER WOODS. In winter woods t room, 'ncath tracery of trees Swnyod by- Uie breeze Of biting winds, and aend and dull The listless leaves Imlf.rouso, half lull, rho phantoms that my fancy sees In winter woods. The button balls Btnna out in faithful silhouettes That nature sets Against tho bluo to prophesy Of days to follow by anil by? Al> me, in spring one quito regrets Tho button baits. The tulip cups, With brave intent, duty tho din Of storms to win Tho guerdon of a summer day In some far-otr, slow-coining May? My heart, there's many n le.sson in Tho tulip cups. ? Now here, now there, Tlie birches rear their wan win to arms 'Mid woody calms Of wasting winter's solitude, And weave some spell, some ghostly mood. And stoop tho mind in special charms Now here, now there. 'Mid vanished bloom Tbe mimic stream purl-,-softly by While day is nigh, Then closer hold in icy thrall It rests awhile bouoath tlio pall Of night, and sleeps with se in e a sigh 'Mid vanished bloom. In winter wo...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 3 March 1893

Read the IMtteburg Dlnpatcn. It not only contains fill the initv, but more Ipeclal telepraphlc and exclusive feature; apponr in Its columns than In in v other news papor In thin section of the country. Every? body reads It, eveiyhody udvertUjes In It; so ?lionld you. A Mother's Story "When my boy was SX years of agr.a fall brcvtfbt Co Mp which "rsduully grew worse until, when ho waa 6, be could not walk, and we had him treated 0 mouth* at the Children's Hospital in lloston. Hut when he came home ha was worse, and the doc? tors ?ild nothing could be done. 1 be? an giving h;m Hood's \-tarsup:irllla and he im? proved at once. The 1? abscesses on his hip healed up, his appetite lm pr ved and he rood walk.: at. first wltb Willie Uun. erutcho-, then without. He Is now perfect? ly well, lively as any boy." Mus. ICmvi V. Darr, Wallpole, Mona. "llOIID'S l'II.I.S do no! purge, pnln or gripe, but an promptly, enally and effectually. IB ceuUu thereat KIDNEY,LIVERS Bc4uDRD!.n Diabetes, Excessive...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 3 March 1893

Clinch Valley News. PUDLT8HED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (Iu Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. 81.50 By mail, postage puid, six mouths, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entored at tho Tascwoll (Va.) postof fico us seeoud class mutter. FlUllAY, MAttUH Ii, 1 Sir.'*. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Thanking the votern of Ifasewell oonnty for tlioir liberal snppwrt heretoforo nccord cd ino, and further solicitlug their sup? port. I hereby announce myself a candi? date for the ofBcu of Clerk of theCouutv C*urt vt Tuzewell Oonnty. at election on tho 1th Thursday in Mny, lo'.rj, I am respectfully, X. E. OEOKOE. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the olllco of Olerk of the (Jirouit Court of Tnzowuil Comity nt the oleetiou May 25, 1893, Mud if elected I will discharge the duties of the "tV.cn to the best of my abil? ity. n. BANE HARMA.N ANTI-OPTION BILL BEATEN Mr. Hutch, after n long fight, suc? ceeded in getting tho Anti-Option bill bofore tho House. Mr. Kilgore kic...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 10 March 1893

- - .i-j.-.-.-ti-^ ?'Of. i--.--- * rf*t: rL??ftjS?Lfr?ft?CEWES, /^"N "tT " AHD EVEUYTll INCl BELONGINGIN A ffl * ~| ~*H ' "| j?f ^If v <^ Family procery Store, ^ J I j B 8 i f I w HUSTON & SONS. * vol. XlYui. go."io~ 7 ~~ tazewj This is the Season Of the year when everything is scarce und overworked wives worry over whnt to hevo for dinner. You can do uo better than take tiie advice of an old housekoopor und get from 15. C. CHAPMAN a small quautity of that fine Green Tea or if you prefer it try Black Tea or He-No Tea (he keeps every kind) und then buy a smnll quantity?Ray two or three pounds each?of Dried Poaches, Apricots or Prunes (he has kouio excellent goods iu this line), and by the way I noticed while there the other day?I sup poso he has some loft yet?a complete line of goods, such as Chow Chow, Worcester Sauce, Horse Rad? ish, Prepared Mustard, Catsup, &c, that you'll find excellent with meats. CHAPMAN seems to bo building up quito a "rep-' for fine goods" and I a...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 10 March 1893

Grade railway crossing slaughters are "becoming frightfully frequent and ) deadly. _ Tho London Times recently an? nounced that Mr. Clevolaud was "hunt? ing in tho Adirondncks of Mexico." In Baltimore, Md., about seventy-four per cent, of the homo families, hire aiid twenty-six per cent, own their own homes._ Tho Mnil and Express avers that stone walls of casto arc easily overturned by a judicious uso of cash, quicker, perhaps, in New York than in any other city. As might be expected, exclaims the . Detroit Free Press, the marriage statis? tics of 1SD2 show a veritable boom in the matrimonial market. It was leap year. Miss Clara Barton, of the Red Cross Association, thinks there is too much suffering in this country now to think of moving in behalf of Russian famine suf? ferers again. Sweden is tho only European country in which there nro a' many as ten miles or. railroad to cacii 10,000 inhabitants, while in this country there are only two Slates in which there is less than that pr...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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