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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 6 November 1890

i PEINOETON UNION. ^tfBLlhHED EVEKY ^THURSDAY T:B:R.:M:S, $a.oo 3Pei "sresu. DUNN EDITOR AND PROPRTFTOT mi vm STORE ft PRLNUMON, MINN NOV. 6, 1890 MERKIAM VICTORIOUS. ST. PAUL, NOV. 7, 1890. R. C. Dunn: Merriam is elected by 2,50p plurality without doubt. D. M. CLOUGH. IT was a landslide. DAMN the MeKinley bill. ET US have peace for a couple of years, anyhow. THE UNION never was bought to support its party nominees. BLAINE, Nelson and 50,000 ma jority in Minnesota two years hence. HE Democrats are successful, Wait and see wheat go up to $2 per bushel, and laboring men re ceive $3 per day. IF any Republican candidate on the legislative ticket is elected Crow Wing and Mille Lacs coun ties will be entitled to the credit. GEO. GEISSEL is elected senator from the 46th district by an over whelming majority. Thank God Mille Lacs county did not con tubute to the result, is good for the SELF confession soul, and we say it unhesitatingly, the Republican party of Minnesota deserved to be defea...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 6 November 1890

Great Northern Railway. NOKTU BOUND St. Paul JVImne ipolit) Princeton Milnca Dulutlr 1 Ex bun 4 00 Jt 4 6 07 6 80 i0 00 Daily 0S0P at 11 15 1*27 A 2 00 7 80 .Leave Leuv Leave Leim Airive SOUTH BOUND Dnlulh MUuca Princeton Minnenpolia St Pnul Leave Leave Leave Letne Airive 12 20 8 45 4 08 6 50 6 20 10 4&P JU 3 35 A a 4 10 6 40 7 10 St. Cloud & Hincklely Division of the __ ft Raiway OOINGKA8T I GOING WEST Foresion Le 8 30A I Milnca .te. 8 45s- Milnca. 8 48 1 Forceton 4 05 Attention, G. A. K. Regnlnr meetings of the Wallace Rmet PoPt, A No 142 will be held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month in their hall over Caley's warerooms, Printeton Minn PlHNEAS GATE8, Commander JOSEPH NOKES, Adjt FRATERNAL. LODGE, No. 92, A. F. & A. M. Regular communications, Becond Weauesday of each month lheiewillbe special commnnicatione of Fra tenia 1 lodge Iso 92 A & A on the 1st and 3rd Saturdaj evenings of each month Wsi CORDINEK, W CHAS A DICKEY, Sec THE LOCAL MARKET" WHEATNo 1 hard...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 6 November 1890

8 B*V ft* ffi 2% Princeton Union. R.C. DUNN, PobHaher. Terms:$2.00 per year in advance. NEW ENGLAND, as well as Ireland, will suffer irom a potato famine this winter. A FLOCK of blackbirds three miles long and half a mile wide passed over Arlington, Ga. a day or two ago. IT'S strange how a sly thief can pick a woman's pocket after her hus- band wastes an hour or two vainly trying to And where it is located. THE Comte de Paris is said be in serious danger of having his proper- ty in France confiscated on account of the recent Boulangist revelations. THE winning candidate for clerk in a Kentucky county died just before the poles closed on election day. His competitor now claims the office. A PACIFIC coast man brought to Astoria the other day 250 pounds of beeswax. It is reported to have come from a ship which was wrecked 100 years ago. QUEEN VICTORIA'S tortune was in- creased to theextent of nearly $500,- 000 last year, through the "crown's shave" of estates that have re- verted. MART...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 6 November 1890

CHELANDOFJORDAN I)r. Talmage Dilates Upon the Eiyer Jordan and the Dead Sea. Another Panoramic Yiew of What he Saw in the Holy Land. BROOKLYN, Special.Dr. Talmnce preach- *d t'e flith sermon of the scries on hia tour in the Holy Land, in the Academy of Music in this city. Dr. Talmago announced as hia (text. Psalm civ., 82: "He toucheth the hills and they smoke. He said: David, the poet, here pictures a volcano nd what Church's Cotopa\i does on paint pr'B canvass, this author does in words. You ee a hill, ci.*.m and still, and for ages im movable, but the Lord out of the heavens iat His finger on the top of it and from it rise thick vapors, intershot with fire. "He wucheth the hills and they smoke." God is the only being who can manage a Tolcano nnd again and again has he era played volcanic action. The pictures on the waJJs of Pompeii, the exhumed Italian city, las vo saw them last November, demonstrate |thnt rho tity was not fit to live. In the firtt icentnry, that city engirdled w...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 6 November 1890

ft The Codfish Banks ^VVide publicity has been given Jately to the reported discovery by the Uiutod jSratea fish commissioner steamer Alba tross of the extensive codfishing banks off San Diego. The journals of the southern coast tow* have been much impressed with the impoitance oi the discovery, and have had much to say about it. Old fishermen, who know well the habits of the cod, have been loth to believe that the fish could be found in any great numbers in such warm water and such an exposed position as desig nated, in the rsgion of St. Nicholas Isl and. Evidently there is something wrong about the announcement. As far as the banks and shoals are concerned, these "discoveries" have been marked on coast suryey charts for the past thirty five years. The coast survey vessels have often sounded in the locality men tioned, and there has been more or less fishing done by them, but never has there been any cod found. The currents there are very strong, and any vessel of size can remain n...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 13 November 1890

iii H. C. DUNN, Publisher. VOLUME XIV. PAINTS, C. D. PELT, NOTARY PUBLIC. Commercial Hotel, Princeton, Minn., H. NEWB1RT, Prop. Free 'Bns From ana To all Trains, SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRAVELING SALESMEN AND TRANSIENT GUESTS. Tbe Commercial Hotel is First-Class in all Its ap pointments, and the Aim of tbe Management js to make the Gnests Comfortable. When yon visit Princeton Stop at the Commercial Hotel. F#ANK HENSE, Pnes't. HAS. ERIOKSON, Vice Pres't. S. S. HETTERSON, Cashier, Mille Lacs County Bank, PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and Surplus, $35,000. Transacts a General Banking Business. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. Loans made on Improved Farms and Approved Security. CORRESPONDENTS: Germania Bank, of St. Paul Hanover National Bank, of New York. +REAL iESTATE,* NORTH* STAR HOTEL, PRINCETON. MINN. MRS. 0. R, BARER, Proprietor, Loans, Insurance, Abstracts, Rents, Law and Collections. Property in Dulutli, Superior anJ Vicinity. Telephone No. 170. Open Evenings. 726 & 728...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 13 November 1890

Il' rt im W JOHN L. AS A STUDENT. -SLUGGER SULLIVAN A HIGH .SCHOOL GRADUATE. UV Boston's Invincible Pugilist Is Not tho Ignoramus That Many Light-Headod Persons Think Posite3ses Good Command of the English Language. John L. Sullivan is nothing if not versatile. He is acknowledged by all to be a prize fighter and some people say he is an actor, but most people have yet to learn of his success as a student, says the Chicago Herald. He Is a well-informed man in spite of the fact that the general public does not believe it, and has a much better edu cation than many of the people who characterize him as a brute possessed only of great physical strength. To be sure tho great lighting actor has never earned the right to tack half the alpha bet after his name and thus display his knowledge in an ostentatious way before the world. He never took a -degree, unless it was as batohelor of the manly art, but in his business de grees, as conferred by colleges, are useless things. His nsimeJohn La...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 13 November 1890

LORD JOHFS BAJBGAIN. My brother-in-law, Lord John St. 'Pierre, regarded with no little com placency his own possessions and lachievements. He was proud in the (first place of the tact that he was a St. Pierre, and at the same time con sidered himself a competent represen tative of the talents and graoes of the ancient and illustrious house of Stou eyhurst. In the next place he was very proud of his reputation as one of 'the best shots of driven game in the 'United Kingdom, and of his conse quent entree into many country-houses where only brilliant shots were wel comed. He was also proud, very proud, of his own perfect manners, and plumed himself, not without cause, on his insinuating address. It was on his reputation, however, as a success ful collector of china that he princi pally piqued himself, and the trifling sums which he had paid for various artioles of vertu which ornamented his rooms at the Albany formed his favorite theme of conversation. In deed, if all he said was true,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 13 November 1890

ft PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVJSKY THURSDAY. I*rlfPEJV&!M'Xt BRAINEKD fJP &Q&ZTC8. ETIEIELlfcvdlS, $2.00 E5ex...^!e.str. 11. C. DUNN. EDITOR AND PnorRiETOT. :cr, pitB. mss1 O?FICS OVER iv 1MUNUETON, MIKN., NOV. 13, 1890.Kinley HE Farmers' Alliance move ment did not pan out exactly as the leading Democrats in this State expected it -would. should be satisfied. She has three representatives {Stivers, Hemstead and Halsted and that profound thinker and sil ver-tongued orator Geissel. Senator George SENATOR KELLER AGAIN was re-elected from the Stearns-Benton district by an overwhelming majority over Hon. C. A. Gilman. Tho Sauk Rapids Sentinel accuses Mr. Keller of winning the fight by a lavish use of boodle. it is rumored that the Northan Pacific shops are to be re moved from Brainerd to Duluth. Senator Geissel should have in fluence enough to knock the re moval scheme on the head, for a mighty man is Geissel. C. H. BENTON, the well known Minneapolis lawyer, died suddenly i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 13 November 1890

MM Great Northern Railway. NORTH BOUND. St. Paul Minneapolis Princeton Mthca Dututh Ex. Sirn. Dnluih .Leave "Million Le'i\ Prmceton Le-ne Minneapolis Leave St Paul Airive Daily. 0:80 P.M. 11:16 1:27 A.M. 2:00 7:80 ..Leave Leuv .Leave Leav. Arrive 4:00 p. 4:20 6:07 6-80 ,0:00 SOI TH BOUND. 12:S0P 3:45 4-08 B-B0 6:20 M. 10:45P 8:35 A 4:10 6:40 7:10 (I St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. N, Railway, GOINCTKAST. GOING WEPT. Foreston..Le. 8-20A.M. I Milaca Le. 8:4BP.M Milaca...." 8-43 1 Foreston..- 4:05" Attention, G. A. Regular meetings of the Wallace Rines Poet, G. A. R. No. 142, will be held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month in their hall, over Caley'e kwarerooms, Princeton, Minn. PHINEAS GATES, Commander. JosEpn KOKES, Adjt. FRATERNAL LODGE, No. 92, A. F. & A. M. Regular communications, second Wednesday of eich month. There will he special commnmcntiotis of Fra ternal lodge No 92 A. & A. M. on the let and 3rd Saturday e\emngs of each month W M. CORDINER, W. M....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 13 November 1890

ti The Princeton Union, R.C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:(2.00 per year in advance. EDWARD MCDONALD, of Allenton, Pa., thinks he owns the smallest dog, It is five months old and weighs four ounces. A MEDICAL journal declares that a healthy man will actually suffer more from the prick of a pin than he would from the pains of dissolution in caso he die a natural death. CONGRESSMAN MCKINLEY is by no means a rich man. He owns a small farm in Ohio and a molest residence in Canton. Aside from this he is worth about $50,000. NEARSIGHTEDNESS is overrunning the French people as much as the Germans, Among the senior boys in the different French colleges more than 46 per cent, are nearsighted. CONGRESSMAN BULLOCK, ofFIorida, has a wife and thirteen children. He can not be led to believe that $5,000 is in any sense an extravagant salary. WILLIAM WALDORF ASTOR is in Eu rope now for the purpose of gather ing material for a new novel. One of the magazine publishers has offer ed him five cents a word fo...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 13 November 1890

f- CAUGHT IN A BARN.I ill Three Burglars Captured by a Eesloute Iowa Sheriff. Seven Desperadoes Break Jail at Kansas City, Five Recaptured. DUBUQUE, Iowa, Special Telegram, Nov. 10Three oi the worst desperadoes ever seen in this part of the oountry are locked up to-night in the Dubuque jail. On Friday night they burglarized three stores at Baldwin, a little village in Jones county. Saturday morning they appeared nt Wyoming, another small village, where officers pursued them. They were sur pri&ed at breakfast, but drew guns and a battle ensued. Several of the pursuing party were wounded, but the men escaped. They were driven into a body ot timber, which was surrounded, but the men broke out and came toward Dubuque. On Saturday night they stopped the col lector for a brewery returning Irom a trip in the country and begged a xide to town. Two of them clambered into the wagon and the third got upon the driver's seat. After driving a few rods they shot the driver, Jacob Handenschield...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 13 November 1890

& .4 GREENBUSH CLEANINGS, IfC GREENBUSH, NOV. 11, 1889. I] The first snow storm of the sea son Saturday, November 8th. School commenced in dibtrict No. 4, November 3rd, with Miss Luella Sanford as teacher. Mis. Louis Robideau and little on of Foie^ton, were vis-iting lelatives in Greenbush last week. S. Sanford and H. Applegate are doing the mason work on the foundation of James Kenely's resi dence, which he intends erecting next spring. The ladies of the Sunday school, in dibtrict No. 2, prepared dinner foi the voteis on election day at C. E. Slatei's residence. The pro ceeds to go for the benefit of the Sunday school. Mr. D. Scott went to West Supeiior, Wednesday, on a visit to his daughter Mrs. H. W, Mad dockb, and returned Saturday ac companied by his grand-daughter Miss Ida Maddocks, who intends lemaining with her grandparents tor a few months. ANNIE LAURIE. SPENCER BROOK ITEflQS. SPENCER BROOK, NOV. 11, 1890 Mr. Bowman the contractor, here Tuesday to after was the look com...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 20 November 1890

R. C. DUNN, Publisher. VOLUME XiV. PAINTS, C. D. FELT^ NOTARY PUBLIC Princeton, Minn., H. NEWBERT, Prop. Free 'Bus Fro ml all E FRANK HENSE, Pres't CHAS ERICKSON, Vice Pres't. S S KETTERSON, Oashien. SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRAVELING SALESMEN AND TRANSIENT GUESTS. The Commercial Hotel 18 First Class in all Its ap pointments, and the Aim of the Management IB to make the Gnests Comfortable When yon visit Princeton Stop at the^ Commercial Hotel 11 Lacs County Bank, -OF- PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and Surplus, $35,000. Transacts a General Banking Business. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. Loans made on Improved Farms and Approved Security. CORRESPONDENTS: Germama Bank, of St. Paul Hanover National Bank, of New York AND OILS. We Have a Complete Line of Everything in the Paint Line at Very Low Puces A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF TOILET SOAP That We are Selling at Greatly Reduced Prices *YOUR TRADE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.* C. A. JACK, Priiicetwn, Minnesota. The City S Dm WM. MeCUAIG,...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 20 November 1890

!$fn'/ i *1 I1 f^ ^t?vyv t"\f A BACHELOR'S WOOING. Unking a Queer Mistake, He Concludes Not to Wed. The hero of our sketch we will call -Jonas Jenks. A natural feeling o* sympathy forbids our using his real name, and as he is an extiemely sen sitive old gentleman, he might not care to be made a subject of merri ment for our readers. Jonas Jenks was what all the world would call a "clever fellow," but be yond that his good qualities were few. He was looked upon with the same feeling that you would regard the stump of an old tree that neither bore leaves to shade you in summer nor fruit to pay for its keeping through the winter. He was styled neither wise, useful nor agreeable. He was not agreeable, because he did not make him self entertaining to the ladies. He was not useful for he never look ed beyond his o^n immediate person al wants and he showed great lack of wisdom in living forty years alone, when he might have been blessed with "'God's best gift to man" woman. He did not acqu...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 20 November 1890

THE DEVIL'S SLIDE. Travelers over the Kne of the Un ion Pacific railroad are no doubt fa miliar with the curious rock forma tions in Echo and Weber canons, just 8-fter the road enters the territory oi Utah. It would seem that here na ture had made her playground, and out of pure sport nature had fash ioned the rocks into all sort of fan tastics and grotesque shapes. But few, if any are familiar with the leg end which throws the glamours of the supernatural over the quaintly shaped crags and gives them their eulphurously suggestive names. I left the train at the little Mor mon village of Peterson, just beyond the cannon, and securing horses and a guide, I prepared to spend a few days trying the trout fishing lor which the Weber river enjoys a local reputation. Pedro, my guide, was a half breed Mexican, of the Sancho Panza type full of Indian laziness, Mexican superstition and a true Spanish love for the marvelous. He had been brought up in an old mon astery not far from the City of M...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 20 November 1890

it. Ik' HA, it- H PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVJEKY THURSDAY. Z.YnRgB*Y8BtY XW Q rTEIE^IMIS, ?2.CO 3?or "STeaa:. Tt 0 DUNN, l'DITOB AND PnovniiTOT ornc E mi vm ML MI it. PMNcirro-N, MIJNN., NOV j7ujyiv" 20, ioo IS'EI.EGTED. F'ui'il returns from every county in the 46th legislative district have heen rocoivec]^ and the result is, Ilemstead, Stivers, Sheets and "Dunn are elected. The 1 ttter is elected over Price on the face of the returns by a majority of 12 votes, hut including a precinct wrongfully thrown out in Crow Wing, Dunn's majority is 21. The vote will be canvassed offi cially next week by the auditor of Morrison county. As the duties of the board are purely ministerial, the iv-ult is already known. WASHINGTON LETTER. If His Health Permits Jim Blaine V ill be the Stamlard-Beaver of the Kepuhliean Hosts in 18t)2 McKiulej ism Alone Ke sponsiblc* for the demo cratic Vy cloneWill the l*art Managers Take Warning? Lnion Special Correspondence WASHINGTON, Nov. 17, 1890. The electio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 20 November 1890

i V, i *f Great Northern Railway. hoitru HOUND St Paul ilinneapjhs J'nncelon Milaca JJninth DuUitb Mihica Princeton Minneapolis S Paul E Sun 4 OOp 4 20 or 6 30 Datlj 0 0P Loa\ Lenv Lea\ Lenv. Aime 11 15 1 27 A. 2 00 7.80 s0 CO SOI Til BOUND Lea\e Lea^ Leu\e Leme Ainve 12 20p 8 45 4-08 5 50 6 20 10 45P A.. 8 55 M, 4 10 6 40 7 10 St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. N. Railway. GOING EA*T I GOING \VET Foresion Lo 8 20 A (Milaca Milaca. 8 41 Foreston IJO 8 45P 4 05 'Attention, G. A. Regular meetings of the Wallace Rints Post A It N 142, will be held on the lot and 3rd Tutdajsof emh month in then hall o\ei Caley's twaieroouis, Prmceton, Minn PUINEAS GAT Commander JOSI-PHNOMS Adjt FRATERNAL. LODGE, No. 92, A. & A. Regular communications, second Wednehday of oach month Time will he special communications of Fra tern i) lods:e 92 A A A on the 1st and Sid Saturday eienm 8 of each month Vi COUDINEB, W Cuv A DICKEY, Sec. THE LOCAL MARKET. WHEATNo 1 hard, 76c, N 1 Northern, 71c, N 2...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 20 November 1890

I TA Princeton Union. R.C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:(2.00 per year in advance. THERE are 70,00 widows in India under nine vears of afire. IN Washington, I). C, 30,000 peo. pie live in alleys. The fact is urged as a reason for a large increase of the police force to maintain social and sanitary order. NEARLY one-sixth of the total pop ulation of our forty-four states and several territories lives in thirty-five cities, and one-sixth of these cities is supplied by a single state, New "York. ACCORDING to carefully prepared statistics the people in this country are longer lived than those of Eu rope. Here 18 persons out of every 1,000 die each year in England the average is 20 and in Germany 26. ONE girl in New York is said to have the walls of her bedroom so covered with photographs that not a square inch of the origiral wall can be discovered. She has ninety-seven different picture of one leading actor. A \.N who killed 70 Indians dur ing his virile career died peacefully in bed out wes...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 20 November 1890

WITHOUT WARNING A Freight Train Percipitated into the Kaw River at Kansas City. Four Men Known to Have Been Killed and Four More Escape. KANS \S CITY, NOV. 18.Early this morn ing a freight train of six cars and an engine of the Kansas City, Wyandotte & North western, just entering the city from Be atrice, Neb., plunged through a bridge and down into the muddy depths of the Kaw river near its mouth in Kansas City, Kan. No one knows yet how many persons were on board, but there may have been anywhere from a dozen up to thirty, and so far as the names are known of those res cued the list of saved comprise only four members of the train crew and one or two colored men who were riding across the bridge. The list of the killed so far as known is as follows: FRED ALLEN, fireman, Lawrence, Kan. HENRY COLEMAN. WILL CRAWFORD. HENRY WILLIAMS. The last three were from Kansas City, Kan. They were employes of Armoiii's packing house and were riding to their 01 k. The injured: Cluibtian Patch,...

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