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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 26 May 1893

Insane rtornr. Burlington, N. J., has a horeo tha? has been declared Insane. Sufferers from Dyspepsia Here's Something for You to Read ?<strc68 in the Stomach CURED bu IJOOV'S. Hiss Jennie Cunningham South Newcastle, Me. " When 1 began taking Hood's Sarsaparllls, I could cat nothing but very light food, with? out having terrible distress in my stomach. 1 had tried other medicines, which did me no good. Before I had taken 1 bottle of Hood's I ?aw that it was doing me good. 1 continued to grow bettor whihi taking r> bottles, and now 1 SarsapariKIa cen eat anything. I have had no distress for months, and I think there is no medlciue for dyBjwpsia llko Hood's Sureapai ilia. My appe? tite is excellent, and my health is very much better than for years." Mis- Jkn hie Cunninuiiam, South Newcastle, Me. HOOD'S PIs.Lis cure Constipation by rrrmr .tos Uic peristaltic Helton uf the alimentary iniuu. This Trado Mnrk 1? on the best WATERPROOF COAT v?"- A. J. TOWER. BOSTON. MASS. 1THE KIND ? ...

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. — 26 May 1893

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (III Advance.) By mail, postngo paid, one year. SI.60 By uinil, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising rotes furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Toeewell (Vn.) postof flcc as second chiss mutter. FRIDAY, - MAY 20, 1893. WASHINOTON CORRESPON? DENCE. Congressman Marshall, who went home this ufteruoon, went up to tho White House this morning to see tho President in regard to tho post-offices in his district, both presidential uud fourth class, of which, all told, ho nays ho has in the neighborhood of five hundred. Mr. Marsbidl succeed ed in huviug a most satisfactory talk with the President, if length in such matters goes for anything, but the result whs not such us to meet the wishes of those who composed the bone and sinew of the vast army which put tho present administration in power, aud who have been hoping against hope, it seems, that the re? moval of fourth class postmasters ap? pointed under the Republ...

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. — 2 June 1893

f L??ft, SALT, GROCERS, and cvehytuino bklonoino in a Family Grocery Store BUSTON & SONS. Vol. il vif 1. MTW L0C4L AjYI) GENERAL NE WS BRIEFS. l\Ir. John Crawford is in Bristol. Miss Ada Boston goes to New York to visit friends. Col. W. W. Brown, of Tip Top, was in town yesterday. Reyi John E Null' was up from Briiiiiwell lor several days. Notieo George F. Cram's ndver tiseuicut. A good chance lor some one. Revs. Wool and Gtiinn will eon duet a meeting fur some days at Richlntids. Great erowds attended the reiu-i torment of Jefferson Davis ab Richmond. ??Unele Jim" Shelburne had the youngsters out yesterday for a fishing picnic. The Martini Washington College commencement will begin with the! baccalaureate sermon on Juno 8. Messrs. Wells and Hudson, con-' tractors, have a iitimher of huge liuihliiigs on hand, here und else-1 w here. Dr. Isaac Poircc is making au j addition to his residence on Main street including a dining room audj conservatory. Our friend, Maxo.y G. Witten,' f...

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. — 2 June 1893

i There lire iu London 10,001) .paupers Sand 10.000 criminals known to ti c po? lice ns such. There are between 7i">,000 and S0.000 colored jieoplo living at the National Capital in Washington, ami their wealth is now very large. According to uu authority oi\ peda? gogy, "tho most hopelessly dull chil? dren arc scatter-brained 0005 who catch tnd toss facts trom tongue' tips without turning them over iu their own minds." The s;5,000,000 which the hat manu? facturers of tho country have got to hand over to the invcutor of the sweat !>aud used ou hats affords a striking Illustration, observes the Scientific American, of the value of gonius when it makes a hit. Scaudinavia sends to our shores the fewest illiterate persons ?loss than ono per cent, of the entire emigration from Norway, Sweden and Denmark. Italy sends the greatest number, upward of ?eventy-tive per cent, of the immigrants from tLat country not knowing how to read or write. Tho most daring of the experimenters of the ...

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. — 2 June 1893

DREAD CERTAINTIES FORETOLD. ^Vliui Climate. N-alrri and Want at tbe Proper Medicine Will Do. There are some things which aie as sura ma fste and can be relied on to occur to at least one-half of the human family unless cnesns are taken to prevent: First, the climate ol winter is sure to bring colds; second, colds, not promptly cured,are sure to cause catarrh; third, catarrh, im? properly treated, is sure to make life short ?nd miserable. Catarrh spares no organ or function of the 4>ody. It is capable of destroying sight, taste, smell, hearing, diges ion. secretion, assimilation and excretion. It pervades ?every part of the human body?heal, throat, ?stomach, bowels, bronchial tubes, 1 nuns, liver, kidneys, bladder, and sexual organs. -Catarrh is tho cause of at least one half of the ills to which the human family is sub? ject, Is there no way to escupv from it? There is. I'c ru na never fails to curs a cold. Fe-ru-na never fails to cure catarrh in tho tSrststage. I'o ru-na cures c...

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. — 2 June 1893

Clinch Valley News' PUBLISHED KV KEY FRIDAY. ' TERMS OK SUBSC??PTI?N. (Iu Advance.) By mail, postage paid, out) year. 31.BO By mail, postage paid, six mouths, .73 Advertising rates furnished on appli-| cation. Entered at tho Taxewejl (Va.) postof flco as second class matter. 1? IU I) A Y, - 11' N K Ii, ISiKi. HOARDING GOLdT"* Washington, .May ?0 ?The grow? ing tendency among tlio banks to hoard gble and every form of paper money redeemable in gold, while pay-, ing out ibe silver cerlificuius issued | under the Bland act, is attracting the iii'cntioii of [Secretary OurlUlt?, anil ' is rapidly convincing members tif the administration that repeal of the Shoruinu law must come very soon if our gold and silver currency is uot to part company. The receipts at tho New York ens torn house have boon for ft long limo ! a sort of barometer of the kinds of j money most plentiful and ilmdispo I sitiou to tiiu? gold in ordinary Irans nctious. Qold certificates have been I freely paid for cut-loi...

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. — 9 June 1893

HOUR, SALT, GROCERIES, AN1>XVB&XTHIitp HELOXGISU IN A Family Grocery Store BUSTQN & SONS. Y0L. XIjV.L1 1." no. g LUC 4L AND aENERAL\ A'E IT'S BRIEFS. Buttel fly party Tuesdayevening.] Tuesday morning's lain w as a soaker. Mrt>. 0. H. Bi'iew is still very ill at] bor home wil Ii lover. Tli?5 June. ti>r-.ii of county con will begin Tuesday next. Miss Herminn Bopp and Prof. O'Neill have returned to their homes iti Boston. Mr. W. A. Scott, the popular gi pery dniminer ti'oni Lynchburg, was in town Sunday last. Eiiwin Booth, the groat trage j dinn, quietly passed away at 1:151 Wednesday morning. Misses Jejitiin ami Ella Bowcn have returned from n short visit to' their cousins at Riu'jhllids. The hoard of directors of Taste well High School will hohl an iiu porlaut meeting tomorrow. Mr. Win. Stuart, lather of Judge! J. U. Stuart, -arid .Mrs. T. I?. Boweu, is on n visit, from West Vu. A wreck mf*the railroad near Co dar Bill if, Sunday, was caused by a collision with n her...

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. — 9 June 1893

STEADFASTNESS. ? Waste not Uio present hou/ln vein regret For prizes forfeit*.' in clays gouo by; It naught nvnils for fair winds lost to sigh Or mourn the glow of buus forovor set; Entomb thy past, bid memory forget Tho fixed and changing years that rear? ward lie; Chargo but thy constant soul with pur? pose high, And lifo shall cede thee of its treasures yet. Tho Now is thine, a goodly battlefield "Whereon all past defeats redeemed may be; Fight bravely on and vanquished foes will yield ' Thy valiant sword h p'vth to victory, Tis cowards droop and moan, "It might havo been I" ??It yet shall be," the steadfast cry, aud win. ._ i ?Donnhoa's Magazine. A GENUINE SURPRISE, 11Y 1IA1UIY OAJJOKO. HE station nt | S w a in p y Cor? ners was never a | picturesque spot, even in the blue glow of the sunniest I June <lay, hut on this chill 1 October night, with the ?rst I Bnowflakoi of I the s c a so u eddying in the slow, undecided way that lir.st snow flakes have, through the gray air, and...

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. — 9 June 1893

A Complete Kewspnacr For Ono rent. The lttttburah VhroniclcTeUuraph is sold by ?U New? Agents and delivered by Carrion everywhere, for One Cent a copy or ?Ii Cents a tftreek. It contain* d?lly, tho news of the, world, receiving as It does, the reports of both the Associated Dross and tho United Press. No otho* paper which sells for One Cent rooolves both of theso reports. Its Bporttng, ."inanclal. Fashion, and Household Department? are uu ta^iahsd. Order It from your New? Agont. YYnAT becomes or tnc money won at potcr? Somebody always wins around a table, it must be loaned to tho fellows who lose, and is never paid back. Mr. Simeon Staples Pour Physicians Failed A Running Sore Fivr Years Ilootl '& Savsa pa rifle Verjeotly Cu red " Tnuntmt. Mass., Jan. 0, 1SU3. ?* C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. " I was troubled with a running soro on my ankle, the doctors pronouncing It salt-rheum. For S years (during which t ime 1 employed 4 different physicians), I received very little, it...

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. — 9 June 1893

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TEKMS OF SUHSt'KlPTION: lln Advance.) By mail,). -tage paid, ono year. SI.BO By mail, po: ta>;e paid, six months, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered nt tho Tazewell (Va.) postof lico ok second clans inaller. FKIpAY, - JUNH9,18!?.J. WHY DELAY IS DAN ?ER OTJ3. _ ? The laPBBATivB Demand fob. an 15s tra Session. If the President real? the II or aid, ninl as n niatter of course lio does', bin attention must have boon attract, od to a striking editorial sovwiil days ago concerning tho danger of ilolnv in tho repeal of tlio Sherman law.and if that editorial fell under the vigi-1 laut eyo of tho President, he must have given deep med; l.til ion to ti;> following preguaut extract : ??When the country emerges from its period of stress it would seem 1 t.bat there will no longer remain any doubt as to the repeal of tho Slier tuau law, which is rn-ponsiblo for so largo n share of tho present (evil:-; and with the currency r...

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. — 16 June 1893

f??ft, SALT, GROCERIES, AND EVERYTHING BELONGING IN A Family Grocery Store BUSTON & SONS. VOL. XLVIII. NO. 24 LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS BRIEFS. Mr. Harry'Juck, of thcRoauokc Record, Called the other day. Miss Niitinie Higginhothum is visiting her sister in Teunesseo. The Juuo term of county court tins been in session since Tuesday. Prof. R. Wiilerbotiso succeeds Dr. Atkins us president of Emory and Heury College. Miss Howrll, of Burks Garden, returns from Stonewall Jackson lu Htitutu with honors. Mr. H. B. Kitts, editor or the Princeton Journal, was in town Sat ui day and Sunday. Miss Nannie Witten has return? ed to Taste well alter a short visit to Bluefield and Falls Mills. Eggs-actly the cost of tbo fun Bouie of the town boys hud Satur? day night last, is of record in the mayor's court. The board of directors of Taste well High School did not elect a faculty at its meeting, but postpon? ed the matter to a later date. Messrs. James Peirce, James O'Keeile and Harvey Pecry are at h...

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. — 16 June 1893

STEADFASTNESS Wasto not the prosont hour In lain regret v For prizes forfeited iu days gono by; It naught avails for fair winds lost to sigh Or mourn tho glow of suns forover sot; Entomb thy past, bid memory forget The fixed nnd chnngiug years that rear word lie; Charge but thy ^constant soul -with pur poso high, And life shall cedo thee of its treasures yet. Tho Now is thine, n goodly battlefield Whereon all past defeats redeemed may be; Fight bravely ou and vanquished foes will yield Thy valiant sword n path to victory, Tis cowards droop and moan, "It might havo been f ??It yet shall be," the steadfast cry, and win. ?Donnhoo's Magazine. "a gen?inFsurprise, BY HARIIT QAKUKO. JIE station nt S w n m p y Cor nors.was never a picturesque . spot, oven of the sunniest June <ltiy; but on this nhill | October night, with the first snowfiiikos of I tho s c a so u eddying in the slow, undecided way that first suow llakcs have, through the gray air, and the'MaU hemlocks swaying this way an...

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. — 16 June 1893

I a Compleia Newspaper Pot One real. jrhc p^bburoh Chtvnicie-Ttlcgraph is sold by T8 A*?"ta ?-nd delivered by Carrlorj ?er> whore, for One Cent a copy or Six Cents a, 1;?m J~ .?""t"'1? <l??y. tho nows of th? Jirld, receiving oa It does, tho report* of both ???^?8"cL'lt'?d.1 T0*8 Rnd tho United Press. No 1}?'P'iR'jr which aolis for One Cent reoolvea l?hin,, "tx""^. ItfSportlng, Financial, IS?r.,nn.'1 ''">'8fhold Dopurtmonts are un InoJed. Ordor it from your News Agent. Jat becomes or tnc money won It pacer? Somebody always wins Iround a table. It must bo loaned n tho fellows who lose, and Is never laid back. Mr. Simeon Staples Four Physicians Failed A tlAmning Sore Flvr Years liootl 'h Sarau pit villa Per/eetluCu red "Tannton, Muss., Jun. 9,ISO?. "O. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mu*s. " I was troubled with u running soro on my ankle, tho doctors pronouncing It sult-rhcum. For 5 years (during which timu I emi>loyed I different physicians), I rocelved very little. II any, ben...

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. — 16 June 1893

Clinch Valley News. p??lisi1ed EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: lln Advance.) By mail, postage paid, ono year. 81.60 By mail, postage paid, Hix months, .70 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tazowoll (Vii.) poslof flco as second class matter. FRIDAY, - JUNE ltf, 1803. A FALSE PRETENCE. Nearly nil tho Republican papers fire anxious to uiake it appear that the triumph of the Democratic party lust November aud change i f admin inflation is the sole cause of tho pres? ent tinnncinl and business troubles in t)"> country. For instance tho Chi? cago Intuj-Ocean argues out thut view of tho question as follows : "The truth is that the business men of the country wondered, and are still wondering, what tho people meant by taking the roins of author ity out of tho hands of tho party uu dor which everything was moving so satisfactorily. As long as this state of mind continues iho general ten? dency will be to extraordinary cau? tion. Merchants will go light in t...

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. — 23 June 1893

FIGUR, SALT,-GROCERIES, AND EVERYTHING UELO.N'QINQ IN A Family Grocery Store BUSTON & SONS. vql ilyiii/Io: 2r LOCAL- AND. GENERAL ?tEWS BRIEFS. Col. W. G. W. laeger is in town today.' Deputy Marshal Daily is iu Wash iugtou. Mrs. VV. D. Kroll is up from Vir? ginia City. Dr. J. It. Straw will be iu Tnze well July 1st. Mr. Lindsay Vinson was iu from Ceredo Sunday. Miss Lucy Wilson is visiting her father iu Pulnski county. Mr. aud Mrs. VV. S. Fickleu, of Ronucke, are at Dr. O'KeuhVa. Mis II. W. Pobst aud family re? turn today from a visit to Abiug 'don. Senator Stanford, of California, died very suddeuly a few nights since. Misa Fannie Tynos has retnrnod from the Stute Normal School at Farm v ill;.. Miss Loola Alderson returned Saturday from a visit to friends iu Wythoville. Mr. Achilles Tynes is hack from another sessiou at Humpdeu Syd ney College. A wreck on tho New River divi? sion, Monday, delayed trains for several hours. Mrs. John Rrittuiu relurued yea terday from quite a leng...

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. — 23 June 1893

.-J-k Oar annual hou product is 6,000,000,? WO eggs. We have twonty-oight cities, caoh aaving rcoro than ouo hundred thousand population. There has been a decrease in cattle raising in certain districts of tho Aus? trian Alps, estates being planted with forests, so as to bo used for huntiug pur? poses, owing to lack of labor aud tho Indebtedness of the peasants. The Chicago Herald reports that Cali ornia farmers havo uo cause of com? plaint against the present season, as rain >as come with great regularity and tho prospects for fruit' and grain were novcr uightur. The total rainfall for the seu? ion in nearly all the couutios is over 5 f tec a inches, and in all tho northern :ountics it is over twenty-fivo inches. The very large immigration from Canada is particularly noticeable. "It iccouuts," observes tho New York In? dependent, "for tho great disappoint? ment which tho Dominion census gavo to our friends across the border in 1891. This Caiiadian immigration has gone jhicfly to...

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. — 23 June 1893

HAUCH. APRIL AND MAT Ks tho Time for Cntarrhal Dyspepsia?Tho Blood JIuii be Cleansed. The symptoms of catarrbal dyspepsia ?vre: Coated tongue, pain or heavy fee?ng In the stomach, sour stomach, belching of gas. ditzy head, sometimes headache, des? pondent feelings,, loss ofappetite,pslpitaUon of heart and irregularity of the bowels. For this condition I'e-ru-na Is found to bs An admirable remedy. In all cases it brings prompt relief to tha painful symptoms, and In a large per cent, of the cases It makes a permanent cure. Pe-ru-na soothes the in? flamed mucus surface, and thus strikes at the root of tho disease. In cases where tho inflammation has been so sovcre and con? tinued as to produce oxtretno irritability of (he stomach, the remedy may be' taken In email doses at first, diluted in water; but as soon as tho improvement is sutUcieut to permit the lull dose to be taken undiluted, it is a better way, and the cure is much more rapid. I'e-ru-na is also a spring medi? cine which at ...

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. — 23 June 1893

Clinch Valley. News. PUBLISHKD EVERY FRIDAY. . TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION; (Iu Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. ' Sl.?O By mail, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising ratios furnished on appli? cation. Entered at tho THaowell (Va.) postof fico as second plus3 matter. F1UDAY, JtpK K THE LIZZIE B01vDE>T OASE. From tlie evidence iiddoctid for nud against Miss Lizzie; B?rden ut New Bedford) Masa., Iii? 'public is able to iorm a judgment. No otio miw uor professed to see tho commis? sion of tbo crime. There were no confossious of guilt proved. The eviduueo has been purely eircuinsliwi tial. Iu order to justify a conviction of murder in the first degree upon circumstantial evidence facts should bo cloarly prov?d which tiro abaoluto ly inconsistent upon any theory with the defendant'^ iuuocence. At No. 92 Second street, in the heart of Fall River, Mass., a town of 80,000 inhabit an I :i. within a square or two of tl io city ?hall, lived Audruw J. Borden, Iii? wife, Abbey D. Hor...

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. — 30 June 1893

PioUR, SALT, GROCERIES, AND EVERYTHING BELONGING IN a Family Grocery Store BUSTfJN & SONS. L?CdL AND GENERAL NEWS BRIEFS. , Mr. CliiiDuiau Aldeison is in town for a visit. tltev. Mr. Savage left yesterday or his uew hold of lubor in Peters nirg. Mr. Woolwine, of Nashville, is visiting his sisters, Mesdnuies liar grave und Feirce. The change of time for holding county court will tuoku tho uoxt term begin July 18. Dr. Gills, of Graham, was look i?g lor property m town tho other any in which to opeu u drug store. The pedigree of Purk Oberlin.Dr. ?'Keefle's young Kent itchy horse, is tin iutcrestiiig ouo iu its speed record. , Constant attention is given the track at the Fair Grounds that it may be in proper condition lor the 4th of July races. Mr. Lewis Britta iu was t.bout the last of the hoys to return from college, the session at Humpdeu Sjdncy having closed last week. The 51 h, (5th, 7th and 8th of Sep? tember uie the days tip pointed for Che Fair to he held by the Clinch Valle...

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. — 30 June 1893

A follower of Malthas doolarea that to 100 years the United States wit1 hat? a population of 3,000,000.000. Kansas City dirt. Btill rotaln? its value. Forty-flvo hundred dollars per front foot, tho prico paid fop forty feet on Main etrcot the other day, is tho largest sum cvor received for a piefco of ground in tho Mission oity. A tenant in Now York, lo annoy his landlord, paid his rent of $30 per month in pomiios. Finally tho land? lord appealed to tko courts, and it was decided that ho could not bo compollod to receive inoro than ?5 in pennies at any one time from his tenant. Young men should take noto of tho fact, observes tho Atlanta Constitution, that in future their chances us clerks, ho kkecpers, typewriters, stenogra? phers, etc., will ho only half as good as formerly, for tho reason that wo men are now receiving a business edu? cation to lit them for such positions. The cxtout to winch British sports? men slaughter the half-limo gnino that Is preserved in the private parks ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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