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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 15 August 1889

THIRTY DEATHS Caused by Epidemic at White hall, Illinois. ' Wanamaker Beplies to the West era tin ion President. Colonel Fletcher's Tale on the Witness Stand. (Juthrie, I. T. Has a Sensa tional Tragedy. Carkoltox, 111., Aug. 7. For the last four weeks the bloody flux has been epidemic among the citizens of Whitehall, and about thirty deaths have occurred up to. date. The disease has now made its appearance in the country adjacent to the city, and it is feared that it may spread throughout the countt y. The physicians have been unable to check or give a cause for the terrible epidemic. Wuiukrr I Ureri. Washington, D. C, Aug. 5. Post master (ieneral Wanamaker has made public a long letter to Norvin Green, president of the Western Union tele graph company, in reply to the tatter's protest against the proposed reduction in government telegraph rates, lie states that President Green's unquali fied statement that the privileges and benefits derived by the Western Union company under the a...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 15 August 1889

rflE WEEKLY NEW rCBLJSHBD BT THB NEWS COMPANY, J. F. O'Cowkoh, Kdttor. II. D. Hammomd, Business Mmn&Kvr. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U i r. payable-in advance II 00 Kt x momtis it. Three months" Jo If not paid in advance 1.50 per year. DAILY EDITION. Onifw M on Una month M Entered at the poatofllce at Emporia, Kan- aa. a erooud-claaa matter. THURSDAY, AUGUST 15. 1889. Unless the crown interferes Mrs. Maybrick will bang August 2tt. Woman suffrage has been side tracked in the conventions of Vah terrltory and Montana. A fleabant and encouraging allit eration: Com is King in Kansas this year, and Kansas leads the country. That Mississippi grand jury seems more disposed to present Colonel Sulli van with a chromo, tiian to indict him. A company wants to build an elec tric street railway in Hutchison. What's the matter with a cable road or mules? Toieka is getting hei self in shape for the census next year. She has just annexed 800 acres of contiguous terri tory, and 8,000 inhabitants. Tasks i...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 22 August 1889

J '1 I - ESTABUSHSD - StsU HUtorlctl Society 14 3 r EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST. 22 1889. VOL. 32. NO. 34 : ! if Y fx i 150 YEARS OLD. "Old (Jabriel," an Indiau, 150 Years Old. Ills Steps to Town Becoming Less Frequent. Flre Story Tenement strayed by Fire. De- Nine of the Oecnpants Perished in the Flames. San Francisco, Aug. 19. For sev eral years there has been domiciled at the Monterey county hospital an Indian known by the name of "Old Gabriel." As to the exact day, month or year of his birth proof is absent, but of the fact that be has passed the wonderful age of 150 years there Is a quantity of proof. Gabriel was born in Tulare county, but during childhood re moved to the town of Monterey. Father Junipero Serra arrived in- Monterey in 1770, and it is well authenticated that at that time Gabriel was a grand father. The youngest age at which an Indian mar ried was fifteen years. If Gabriel fol lowed the custom, and married at that age, he would necessarily have been at leas...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 22 August 1889

THE WEEKLY NEW PUBLISHED BV 1HI NEWS COMPANY, J. F. O'COBBOR, Bailor. H. I. HAMMOBD, business Manager. SVBSCRIPTIOX RATES: U i rear, parable In advance 1 00 Mix months " " Three months " X If not paid In advance l.SO per year. DA1LV EDITION. Oner r W 00 One month M Entered at the poetoffloe at Emporia, Kan- as, a second-class matter. THURSDAY. AUGUST 22, 1889. - The Troy Chief denies having joined the Murdock rebellion. It was merely kicking up a little row of its own we suppose. The president has brought his out ing to an end, and is now homeward bound with a pocket full of trinkets for Baby McKee. Not all the tonic properties ol the elixir will avail against the soul sick ening effect of the multitudinous gags to which it gives birth daily. KDlTOBIiL BREVET1ES. Am Atchison paper twits Senator In galls with having "Coney Island down Tat. " Would n 't i fc sou nd better to say that Coney Island had the senator down Tat. The people, when you get down, to their hearts, are always righ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 22 August 1889

f" GENERAL HEWS. The United States Committee on Irrigation. A Brave Woman Captures Burglar. A Trusted Employe Disappeared With $40,000. Prulrie Fires IMaying Havoc in Montana. Portland, Ore., Aug. 15. Tbe United Slates committee on irrigation and reclamation of arid lands of which Senator Stew ait of Nevada in chairman have arrived here from 1'uget Sound The member of the party consist of Senates William Slewait of Nevada John II. Hat;an of l'exaa.aiid John K. Jonet ot ArkansHH, Major ti. W. l'o ell. director f tbe United States sreclogicnl suivey. Colonel UichardJ. Ilinton, Irrigation engineer, Eugene DaviH, Servant atArnis-J- It. lioswell oflicial stenographer; CI. Cappe!. clerk of the committee; Ir. Mines of Wash ington, Diitt ict of Columbia, Mr. War man, secretary to Major I'o well. Sen ator I'lunil) of Kansas will rejoin the party st lioise. The party started trom St. l ain, Aug. 1st and have vis ited and tken ttrtimouy in the two Dakota, Montana ami Washington Territory. The ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 22 August 1889

ME WEEKLY NEW rCBUSHED BT THI NEWS COMPANY, J. F. O'Cohnor. Editor. H. D. Hammokd, Business Mmnuger. (100 M SUBSCRIPTION RATES: O rtr, payable In advance rlx months " " Thraa month," If not paid In advance ei.SO per year. DAIliT BDITIOW. Odijimt ZJ Una month " Entered at the postoffios at Emporia, Kao a as, aa second-class matter. themselves in certain localities elector appoint negroes to office and boast of their fairness, bat when the govern ment does the same thing in due form, they fly into a tantrum because a young white woman objects to the appoint ment lest she may be brought "into contact" with the neirro. But for the caprice of this girl, nothing would ever have been heard of the matter. .That her situation was not wholly insup portable is evident from the fact that another woman was glad to step into her shoes. THURSDAY, AUGUST 22. 1889. John L. gets twelve months in jail. John bas the profound sympathy of the people of Mississippi, a consolation that will do much towards...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 29 August 1889

v; iff w Jo ) ) X k .1 m IV- v- V t ESTABLISHED WRECKED. An ExcarHioii Train Hound for Milwaukee Ditched. Mr. and 31th. (ieorse II. l'eters Seriously Hurt. Prominent People or Topeka Also Injured. The Opening of the . A. 11. Encampment. Chicago, Aug. (. TLj Evening Journal' Streator, Illinois,' special says the east-bound vestibule train u the Chicago, Santa Fe & California railroad from Kaias City, was thrown oft the track near that place this morn itg and four coaches overturned. Fully Of ty passengers were injured, but so far as known none were killed. Stkeatou, 111.. Aug. 20. The vesti bule train on the Santa Fe route run ning between Kansas City and Chicago met with a serious aocideu at Kins man. a small station about fif teeu miles north of here, at 8 o'clock this morn ing. The train was heavily loaded with (J rand Army veterans aud their friend), bound for the Milwaukee en camjjpent and consisted of several ex tra coaches. Uy the spreading of the rails, three coaches, two...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 29 August 1889

DELINQUENT TAX LIST. Notice is hereby siren, that so maoh of Mch tract of land or town Kit described in tha fol- towing Hat and situated In Lyon county, h may do necessary ior inat purpose, will on the Drat Tueedar. the same beta tbe , 3rd dap of September, A, V., 1809. (and eeeaing naya until all are sold.) be sold by me at public auction, at my ornoe in the city of Emporia, lu aald county of Lyon, for the de linquent taxes ana c Barge t Hereon. V. A. BIAHU, Treasurer of Lyon oounty, Kansas Description NtHof ne4... Nw&ofne ... B. .16 . .IT R. 12 12 12 nw 54. KViofneM 18 Kwfcof ne .21 Bof ne(4. 81 12 12 12 .4of hU. .81 12 12 w fcof hU. Nd .11 33 12 12 E ofnwli.. 1 acre In ne hi 36 Coin at ne oor of ne hi, tbenoe to ceuter of Baffle creek, thence down tbe creek to n line of said hi, thence w to 12 ueg. w hor nehi 8ofnw hi NHoriw i N hi of ae W WHofnsH Be i of nM lot and nesaof sw hi. N of nw ..)( Blfof swV Wfcof nwi4 Be He of nw 14 8 of H Nfc of sail f 1 M W .. Kw ! Mw U of nw hi...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 29 August 1889

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Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 29 August 1889

THE WEEKLY NEW rUILUHED r IHB NEWS COMPANY, 3. T. . OCojVb. Editor. H. D. HAMMOND. Business Manaawr. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: it mm rear. Mr able in advance II 00 Ml w nAnlhi ' .. 6n Tkm nuinlhi" If not paid In advance Si .SO per rear. DAILY KDITIOS. nm.mm o00 Ona month 6 Entered at the poatoffloe at Emporia. Kan aa, aa eecond-clasa matter. TIIUBSDAY, AUGUST 25). 18. Tnx 'Wellington Dally Standard hi given up the ghost, or rather lapsed into tbe weekly form. TnK Hwifc packing house at Kansas Citjr came near going up in smoke Sunday. The damnge done amounted to 1150,000. and two lives lost. With mirth and laughter let old wrinklen come, as they will in spite of elixirs. The laughter id at the expense of the Iirown-Sequard foolishness. To-day was a greit day at Milwau kee. The boys are there in force and among them Corporal Jim Tanner Tbe corporal we are happy to say, is in the cynosure of all eyes. IT id Htrange that those who roar so loudly against Canilehl for being a free trader, never...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 5 September 1889

1 : i i j ill Ik : ; i r 7 d 1 I y: y: Uy : Tr'- E3TA?USKD STILL BDRHIHG. The Tralrie Fires are Playing llaroc In Montana. Government Troops Called Upon to Fight the Flames. Labor Day Observed Throughout . Many States in the Union. News of Interest Concerning the London Strikers. Cinnabar, Mont. Sept. 2. The town ol Gardiner, on the edge of National rark, was entirely destroyed by fire Saturday. Only one house was saved out of about thirty in all. All the troops and other government employes in Yellowstone . National park had been engaged all last week in fighting the fires in the park. The officer in command blames the campers who are careless about extinguishing . camp fires. Fires are reported in the neigh borhood of Empire endangering the mills of the Empire Mining company. at nsLENA. - Helena, Sept. 2. News was re ceived yesterday from lllack Pine in the Deer Lodge country that the town had been destroyed by tire. Black Tine is situated in the midst of a heavy growth of timber....

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 5 September 1889

THE WEEKLY IIEW! EUITORI&L BBBVIT1ES mUSHID BT TBI Wichita counted. 1TEWS COMPANY, j. r. , O'COWWOR, naivor. H. T). Hammond. Uuatneaa Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: O i rear, payable in advance tl CO FltDcnda " " 65 IbrMaofltbt" " 36 If not paid la advance 1 .SO per year. " DAILV XU1TIOK. One y Mr MOO Oaeuuoth 60 Entered at the poatofflee at Km, porta, Kan aaa, aa arooad-olaas matter. TIIUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 188). "Tnjt Beer Route" la what they cal the pontoon bridge at Leavenworth. Dkak, (rood old Albert Griffin. What has become of him? Has his anti-saloon light been forever extin guished? Toftka is going to have a whole sale grocery house and the Capital is enough elated over it to waste a halt a column in telling about it. - Is the past year the population of th state has fallen off 100,000. It won't do to say that the absence of of fice seeker at Washington is the cause. What is? Commissioner Tanner was left oat In the cold, cold rain in sprite of his en thusiasm for the cause...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 5 September 1889

EIIVELOPED. The Village rSdtkett Harbor Destroyed by Fire. Her Developments Concerning the Cronin Case. Two Women Killed by a Train at Illlwiutee. A Decided Sensation at Gales burs, Illinois. Watektown, N. Y., Aug. 2U. The business portion of the historic vil lage of Sackett Harbor was destroyed by fire last night, involving a loss of! aliout 940,000. The telegraph and tel ephone offices, the Itame, Watertown & Ugut-naburg ucktl ollice, every sa loon in the place, dry goods and gro cery, bardwate and general stores and the ware house, containing supplies of the government contract for the Madiion Barracks and the best part of the village below the railroad tracks were all destroyed, mere was no or ganized Ore department and the efforts of the United tstates regulars at Mad ison tiarracks with an old-fashioned band pump engine only saved the vil lage from entire destruction. t'reBlaCaae. Chicago, Aug si. Judge McClure, this morning decided that all the de fendants in the Cronin t...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 5 September 1889

THE WEEKLY NEW PUSLURXO BT TBI NEWS COMPANY, J. F. COITOBl SJU MBTITiat , O'Com SOK, ssaai H. D. Hammond. Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION BATM8: O e year, payable In advance 81 J If not paid in advance Sl.SO per year. dailv BDiTiosf. Ooayaar Oataonth 60 at. the poctoface at Emporia, Kan- i matter. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1889. Thk Russian mission is still vacant. Not, however, because there are none who want it. So rr seems that Parnell has at last got something, or the promise of it, from the tory government of Salisbury. Well, it is time that he should. It has been well earned. Skxatou Plumb it appears, has knocked out the appointment of Mes serve to the presidency of Haskell in stitute. Now for a Kansas man Who shall it be? Don't all speak at once. Tin: insurance companies are still after Wilder' scalp. The dimerence between the wil 1 cat insurance frauds, and sayaces is only nominal . The lat ter scalp their victims because it is their nature to do so. The wild cats Have no better...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 12 September 1889

if m ret 0 ,-. H i ESTABLISHED EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY; SEPTEMBER, 12 1889. VOti.82. NO. 37 "III! ! ! - ! j 11? -'"'ivA . !1 hnT:-- V SEARLE YI1IS. Ilenrj E. Searlc, Oarsman of the Champion World. Blue Hematite Found In South ern Michigan. A Tick-Tack Affair Turns . to he a Serious One. Out Six Days Celebration Medical Association. Lonuo.v, Sept. 0. The race on the Thames for one thousand pounds and the championship of the world, over a course four miles and three furlongs, between William O'Connor, champion oarsman of the United states and Canada, ajid Henry E. Searie, the Australian, was rowed to-day and was won by Sf arle. (Kids of one to four were given on O'Connor.. fSaile won the toss for position and chose the Surrey side of the river. O'Connor had the best of the start and led by half a length. PEAKLK a I.KAD. Lomdoh, Sept. . At Hammersmith llridge. one mile and three quarters from the start. Searie led by two lengths. He won by six lengths. Searie ' time was 22:4:!. There...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 12 September 1889

! 1 WEEKLY HEW KTBUSHED IT TBI ITIiTTS COMPANY, J.T. , 0"CO!"rta, II. T. Hammovd. business MMUftr. t 8 C SCRIP TI01T RA TXS: rr. p7bl In advano J '1 a raw months' .'. . if not mU4 la ad t a no SI .SO per year. DAILT EDITIOK. . 0er"r . M W Cue HtocUa-... .......... w Entered at the poatofllo at Em porta, Kan a, a ecwud-ciMS matter. the jues of the personnel of 'a sen ate committee. If they think favora bly of It. they will answer its call. If not, the committee be hanged! If that Is not the heighth of arrogance and au dacity, we don't know what it is. The United States senate is very well In its place, but no Investigation of the com bine, no prying into its affairs if you Dlease. Messieurs Senators. When it comes to that, hands off! Poor sena tors! How are the mighty fallen. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13,1889. Thjs Cronin trial is petting on very nicely. They hope to find a Juror be fore they have examined all the male adults in Illinois. As thz senate committe can do lit tla or nothing wi...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 12 September 1889

MGLE Oil Attorney General Miller's Letter to Marshal Franks. A Discovery of Silver and Hold in New Mexico. A Rrakeman Struck hy a Low Bridge and Killed. The Ohio, Indiana & Western Road to he Consolidated. WAsiiixuru.v. D. C. Sept. 6. The following ia the letter from Attorney General Miller to Marshall Franks of California, wh'.cu was introduced yes tenlay in the hearing in the case against Deputy Marshal Nagle: "Washington, April 27, IKS;i. To John . Franks, Unlttd State Marshal, Hm.a Iranc-tnco: . Sir: The pruce lings which have heretofore 1-een had in connection with the case of Mr. and il n. Terry in your United Slates cbcuit com l have be come a matter of public notoriety, and I deem it my duty to call your atten tion to tne propi iety of exercising unu sual caution in cane further proceed ings shall b held in that case, for the protection of his honor. Justice Field, or whoever mav he called upon to hear and determine th matter. Of course i do not know what may he the feel...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 12 September 1889

Prrn TTOrFT V TT"n"-T7l Armour was In the business lor the COMPANY,! J. F. Iowmen, Bosh! and not to make money. , O'Co !, Lditur. II. P. IlAMMOHD, Uusinet Muiaiier. ABOUT THAT UtUKLLIO?). If the Njsws has "slammed" the Murdock rebellion, as it is accused cf suBscsimofr ba tks: I dofnir bv the Wichita Eazle. it is not " rrl,arT"b" i00::::::::::::::1 2 because we believe that a millenial con VlinwiBonihl- if But psiU in advance 1 3U per year. DA1LV EDITIOX. Onyr HW mouth &0 Entered at tbo pootoflloe at Emporia, Kan sas, aa und-ci maltur. TIIUIiSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,1889. So there is to be no extra session of congress. Good. AVhy should there be? The surplus gets smaller day by day instead of increasing. The first issue of the Lawrence Dally Record appears to-day. E. L. Ackley is secretary and manager and the directors are E. E. Pierson, E, L. Xtkley, A. L. Selig, li. Carpenter and E. C. Walker. Tarn people at Clinton, MissourI,had free show the other day. In a rail road accident some...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 19 September 1889

0 A . 'A. " A V A. V NX 1 I ! - j CSTArLISHED EMPOBIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 19 1889. -- - I I K N S T W. 1 1 ... . I. Secretary Rusk to Slake a Tour of the Sorghum Suar Factories of the State of Kansas. The Affairs of the Indian Terri tory to be Investigated. The Exposition Building at St. Joe Destroyed by Fire. Chicago, Sept. 18. Secretary of Ag riculture Jeremiah Rusk's vacation ends to-day. The secretary will be joined here by some of Ins assistants to-morrow, and the entire ratty will then go to St. Joseph, Missouri, where the secretary makes a speech at the ex position, and then proceed on a tour of the sorghum sugar factories of Kansas, and returning to Washington directly. The secretary wants to look into the sorghum business himself. "It is an inuustry we ate fosteiing," he says, 'and we are going to make it a suc cess. Last year Fort Scolt made SOU pound) at a profit. The reason we continue governmental inspection of tiits thing is that we want to And the cheapest w...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 19 September 1889

THE WEEKLY NEW rctutiiiD er thi COMPANY, i. T. 0"Co!"on, H. r. I.tm-OLM, liucinee Manaifor. SUBSCRIPTION RA TES: tm yr, payable tn advance i-iiMMiiia " ' 1 brm taxmtha" It wi patd ln advance I -SO per year. IAILT EJTI09. Oneysmr ............ C"e sawnta Entrmd at th poatofilc at Kropoiia, sas, aa ervuod-clAns natter. II 00 to on 50 Kan- TIXUnSDAT. SElTKMBElt 19,1839. WnAT's the matter with M. M. Mur- dock for pension commissioner? Thk bustle is rone. Now what oth- fashicn&Me freak will succeed it? CKTthe militia in readiness to move Another county seat war is brewing in Garfield county. Stanley is now headed towards the cast coast of Africa, and is expected to reach there some time next month. Wichita rejoices because its school population is increasing. Emporia has tb largest school population it erer had. ' Givk the psnsion office to Missouri, an J the rebel yell of the Murdock re bellion will a-vake the frogs in the Ehanxanunsra. Either General Warner or General Xierrill of Ma...

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