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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 8 June 1888

ToL. LXXXfx. ALEXANDRIA, VA? FRIDAY EVENING. JUNE 8, 1888 NO.IT MEDICINAL. Nervous Prostration, Nervous Headache, Neuralgia, Nervous Weakness, Stomach and Liver Diseases, Rheumatism, Dys pepsia, and all affections of tho Kidneys. WEAK NERVES Paixx'b Cbtjbt CoKPor kd is ? Nerve Tonwi ?which never fails. Containing Celery Mid Coca, tho*" wonderful nerve stimulants, it epwxiily cures all nervous disorders. RHEUMATISM Paisp.'s CT.1xhv CoMPorvn pnriflofl tho blood. It driven nut the lactic acid, which causes Rheumatism, and retfrircs iho blood making onrans to a healthy condition. Itia the true remedy lor Kheumatjem. KIDNEY COMPLAINTS Painb's Cei.t-.by CoirromtD quickly restores tho liver and kidneys to j?xfcct htilth. Thia curative power, combined with its nervo tonics, makes it tho best remedy for all kidney complaints. DYSPEPSIA Paikp.'s Ckixhy COXFOUM) strcrurthnnn the Btomacli. and quiets tho nerves nf the thwet tive organs. Tliis is why it euros oven tho ?worse, cases of Dyspepsia....

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 8 June 1888

ALEXANDRIA. FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 8._ A renewed effort is in progress to in? duce those Southern States, iucluding Vir? ginia, which have attempted to repudiate their bond?, to come to a satisfactory settle ment with their oreditora. MortOD, Bliss & Co., of New York, who hold a large amount of the bouds referred to, bave addressed let tera to the governors of some of the repudi? ating S'.ates, in which they make the fol lowing ptoposition : "Executives of each defaulting State tc appoint a delegate to meet a repreeenta iv< of tue bondholders; the President to bb re quested to name an officer of the federa government who shall represent the largi amount ot Southern State bonds held by tbi Doited States. These agents to meet ii iS'ew Yoi k and to submit their respectivi views of tquitable arrangements to a boan of art)itratton. This board to consist o three members, one to bo chosen by tb< agents of the Statts aud one by the agenti of the bondholders, and the third to be ee l...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 8 June 1888

FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 8. LOCAL MATTERS section light to fresh northerly wiudB, tisk easterly on the coast, stationary :, fair weather, followed by occasional ICity School itoard. were present last night, all the members except Messrs. Leadbeater, :. ?nu Sweeney. Ju the absence of the Superintendent Carne was elected . . j; tens. Ai d read the minutes of the ... meeting. Tbe chairman reported the ? ureh^se of, - . bof the Washington scboo! lot1 v a -. Barke & Herbert, und the . of all toe ueces-ary papers inuoi -er ot bills reported as being cor . ordered to be paid. \[- Feudal), from tbe committee ou use* and furniture, reported plans pi . - forheaingthe new building -, A. H ibh nd <Sc Co , of Baltimore, (two Charles G. Bail & Son, and H. I. ,. of Washington, and Win. Cogan'a . . -; : I'm mas Hoy, of Alexandria, with .-r lommend nion of th? last as the cheapest, ibairmao and Mr W. F. Carne both . .' themselves decidedly against the Option of any plan which woul 1 involve i...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 8 June 1888

*tr?< FBI I-AY EVENING JUNE 8. The Re?. Dr. E. E. Murray dotsn't believe in the church fair, and in the last Presbyte? rian Quarterly says so at length, giving rea? sons for his unbelief. "Tt seems strange," he Bays, "that those who would think it beneath them to turn peddlers, reBtaurant keepers, &c, yet thiok they are honoring the Church in thus degrading her. What a state our poor Church must be in w hen she is forced to take to selling oyBters and ice cream for a living! What minister with an atom of self respect would tolerate a proposal to raise his salary in such a way? With all our dime readings, ice cream festivals, oyster euppers, concerts, &c, every one of the benevolent causes of the Church i* languishing for the want of a proper support." Try This Problem.?Put down, in fig? ures, the year in which you were born, to this add 4 ; then add your age at your next birth day provided it comes before January lit, otherwise jour age at la-t birthday ; multiply the res...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 9 June 1888

MEDICINAL. For The NERVOUS The DEBILITATED The AGED. ? NERVE TONIC. Celery and Coca, tho prominent in? gredients, are tho best and safest Nerve Tonics. It strengthens and quiets tho nervous system, curing Nervous Weakness, Hysteria, sleep? lessness, &c AN ALTERATIVE. It drives out the poisonous humors ot the blood purifying and enriching it, and no overcoming thoso diseases resulting from impure- or impover? ished blood. A LAXATIVE. Acting mildlybutsurelyonthcbowela it cures habitual constipation, and promotcsaregular habit. Itstrength cn.s the stomach, and olds digestion. A DIURETIC. In its composition tho best and most active diuretics of the Matcria.Medica arc-combined scientifically with other effective remedies for diseases of tho kidnevs. It can be relied on to give quick relief and speedy cure. Hundrudaol testimonial havo been recf-ired lroru pemm? whohavo used this remedj wit.i reraarkablo beno?t. Send for circulars, bitukt toll particulars. Price $1.00: Sold by Draggliu...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 9 June 1888

SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 9. The New York Sun says that when the c'-iairann of the S:. Louis convention called up >n those who favored the resolution ex? pressing sincere sorrow far the illness of Gen. 8heridan to stand up, most of those from the South pat still, and it criticises them for dolug s'. Well, no right sort of man is gratified at the providential misfortunes of any other man, no matter what his feeiiogs towards him may be. But it should not have biea expected that the men whom G?r. Sheridan had asked of hiB government permission to treat a3 banditti, und those of the eejtiooH of the country he so devastated that he boasled a crow in Hying over tbem wculd have to carry its rations, would have Fii! j-cted themselves to the natural imputa? tion of insincerity by a public expression of Borrow for him. Then, too, the resolution was out of place, and had a similar reso'.u tij.i boon introduced in respect of aDy dis tinguishyd Southern Genera!, few sensible nu n would have deem...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 9 June 1888

SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE !>. LOCAL MATTERS cot th'S iertion light to fresh southeasterly , ui? r, occasional local rains ^?URCH SERVICES, &C., TO morrow.? j v ( ';; reft.?Services at 11 a. in. and .0:30 i ; m 1(V Rev H. Suter. Paul's Church.?Services at 11 a. in. I ;;.v. lvr. Norton. 7 a. iu., prayeraud homily ; . ,? , morning prayer and sermon ; 4:*40 ntercrission servicij 8:00 p. tn., even* P ,, ra\er and sermon j C7i?rcA.?Mass at 7 a. nr.; Mass ;ermou at 11 a. m by Rev. Father r?ioo : Vespers at 4 p. m. thyterian Church.?Service at 11 , ra by R ? J M. Nour^e. 1 Presbyterian Church.?Services at and S |>. rn by Rev. J. I. Vance. ? c/i.?Services at 11 a. m. and I a, hy Kev. Dr C. H. Ryland, of Rich- I $rrmnn at night the fir3t anniver-j jjfjsermoo before the Young Men's Mis j Diry Society. hfeth. Epit. Church.?Services at I 8:00 p. m. by Rev. R. F. Bishop. I fa. Church South.?Sermon to reo at 11 a. m. by Rev. W. J. Young. \ x.-n nes con&idtiug of readings, sing ? school,...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 9 June 1888

SA TITS AY EVENING JUNE 9. The ' Cranks "?What would we do were it d<>t for the crankB ? How slow the tired old world would move, did not the cranks keep it rushing along ! Columbus was a crank on the subject of American dis? covery aud circumnavigation, and at last met the fa eofmost cranks?was thrown in? to prison, and died in poverty and disgrace. Greatly venerated now! Oh, yes, Telem achus. we usually esteem a crank mosl profoundly after we starve him to death, Harvey was a crank on the subject of t be circulation of the blood; Galileo was an r.s tronomic.l crank; Fulton was n crank on the sur ject of steam navigation ; Moree wa9 a telegranh crank : th^ Pilgrim Falber? were crank*; John Bunyan whs a crank; and any man who doesn't think un you do, my son, is a crank. *s(l by-and nye, the crank yea OeBpise will have his name in every man's mouth, and a half-complete .' monument to his memory crumbling dovi ti in a dozen cities, while nobody outside of your native village wil...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 11 June 1888

MEDICINAL. 1 WEAK NERVES Patnts'h Okleiit noMPorvp is a Nervo Toni? which never fails. Containing Celery vid Coca, thowi wonderful nervo ?tiruulantfl, it pppcdily cures all nervous disorders. aines #?RHEUMATISW! PArsr.'s Cfzct.t CoMrorirn pnrifim th? blood. H drives out the lactic arid, which raiiK' s lihrurnatism. and restore* the blood lnakmc organs to a healthy condition. It la the tins remedy for iclieumatism. KIDNEY COMPLAINTS I'.MVKVCi^.T-nTCoirrorTrn quickly restores too liver and kidneys to perfect health. Thifl cur.i?T.' ]?'Wer, combined with its nervo tonir^. makes it tho best remedy for all kidnoy omplaintn. DYSPEPSBA r.uxr.'s Ca.r.itY Coiirnrsn strengthens tho stomach, and quiets the nerven of the dycea* tive Organa. 'I his i>> why it cures even tha wuraecasetio* UyniicpKia. COWSTSPATBON I'.mkk's Ori.rrt CoMrorvD Is not a cathar? tic. It la a laxative, (firim? c:i?y and natural action to tin? bowcln. lu trulanty surely fol? lows its uso. Nervous Prostration, Nervou...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 11 June 1888

monday evening, june 11. D?kim; th'-c Senatorial investigation of the civil service humbug in Baltimore la?t Saturday, Senator Blackburn asked a wit? ness aanied Henderson what his politico were. The reply he received was : "A Re? publican, an ucqaalified republican, and I work for the parts whenever and wherever I uaD." "That's tight," 8aid the Senator. O.i the same day the newly appointed dem? ocrat ic postmaster at Washington reappoiot ed as his assistant a well known republican. T.;e national democratic convention did w? 11 in ignoriug the civil service law. That law should be repealed as soon aa possible. The President ha3 the power to chaDge the civil service rule?, and should do so tc-mor row. The appointment and reappointmeut of republicans to office under a democratic administration is calculated, very naturally, to produce the impression that in all the democratic party,suitable m?n for the offices can not be found, and that the government i? dependent upon republicans for...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 11 June 1888

MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 11. LOCAL MATTERS pof tili? Bection tresh to brisk notthwesterly ?nods, cooler, fair weather. Billy Williams'? Arrest.?"Bi !>" Williams, the alleged murderer of Officer I, who broke jail at this place about sjj m'.'iitris ago, was arrested at Ivy City, Washington, Saturday morning, by er Slack. When near the railroad the r no!iced a man whom he recogoi/ed us :. Cur ran lying on a freight car. and at ? . Fame tirn- eaw a irnin wnlking up the k As tbe man approached he saw, t> irpriee, that it was Williams Thecffi i Dcealed himself until Williams was ii* to htm, when he se'z^d him. As he i Ciirrun jumped from the car and I to i be assistance of bis companion, - ack, holding the struggling Williams ?b iiaud, covered Curran with his pis I ordered bimaway. Williams called . to i" lp him, but with a pistol point j. j him, Cnrran'n courage left him. and he ; and walked in the direction indi la I by the officer. Driving Curran before ii bis pistol, and dragging Wi...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 11 June 1888

VON AY EVENING JUNE 11. Mason and Dixon's Link - A dinpatcb from Lancaster, Pa., says: ' The County Commissioners to-day sent to the State de? partment a report of the boundary stones marklnp Mason and Dixon's line between Maryland and thie county. The inspection waB made recently. There are five stones and they must be visited annually, an act having been passed by the laPt Legislature. No. 1 ?was found at Frazier Point, near the river; No. 2, on Banker Tome's property, is lost; No. 3 was found broken; No. 4, on the Tv*or> Crorne Droperty, was flit-lodged, ami No. 5, near Chester county line, was in its proper place., but disfigured bv relic seeker?. The Btone at the chrome mines contains the coat of arms of Penn on one Bide mid that of Lord Baltimore on the other. The other atones have the letters P. and M. The Com? missioners will repair and provide protection for tbem during the summer." To MakcStbak Tender.?Ingredients: Three tablcspoonfuls of salad oil; one tablespoonful of...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 12 June 1888

MEDICINAL. dines For The NERVOUS The DEBILITATED The AGED, a nerve Tonic. Celery and Coco, tho prominent IQ KTedients, aro tho best and safest Nerve Tonics. It strengthens and quiets tho nervous system, curing Nervous Weakness, Hysteria, Sleep? lessness, &c. ah alterative. It drives out tho poisonous humors of tho blood purifying and enriching It, and so overcoming those diseases resulting from impure or impover? ished blood. laxative. Acting mildlv but surelyonthobowela it cures habitual constipation, and promotes a regular habit. Itstrength ens the stomach, and aids digestion. diuretic. In its composition the best and most active diureticsof the Materia Medica are combined scientifically wlthother effective remedies for diseases of the kldnevs. It con bo relied on to give quick relief and speedy cure Hundred*of testimonialsharobeon reeoired rrom pemunH wbn hATo oaed Uns rtnaodj with romartAblo benolit. Send for ciroulani. giving foil particulars. Price $1.00: Bold by Dreggliti...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 12 June 1888

let -r^r ^ TUESDAY EVENING. JUNE 12._ GuVkknur Fouakeb ofOhio, says "it ie a milter of common report that Judge Tnusman and all bis family carried delica cie> to Confederate prisoners while locked up at Catnp Chase, four or five miles from here, during the war. I never heard that any Federal soldiers got any offne delicacies. He wan a copperhead, out and out, and the republicans in this Stale won't forget their sons who are sleeping under the Bod." Mr. Cleveland's luck still holds out, and, it is to be hoped, will continue to the last. There is no great enthusiasm in the South over his reuomination, but every vote for Mr. Thurman must necessatily be for Mr. Cleveland also, and such talk as that of Governor Foraker referred to, tends in no erxad degree to perpetuate the political poiidily of the South, and to make her give TLuiman, and therefore Cleveland, more tbaa tLre- fourths of the electoral votes that, f>r the good of the whole country, it is hoped may re elect the latter...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 12 June 1888

TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 12 LOCAL MATTERS Foi ??' so*51*00 '^''t to freih i -or'.he-ly ?i. ds, easterly, warmer, fair weather." The Regatta.?As here'Gforo stated, the regatta of tbe Virginia Association I Amateur Oarsmen will t,? held 00 the Po icaubis city, Wednesday, July 4, uo ?uspicea of the Old Dominion Boat i it,- regatta committee is Francis chairman, Alhert Bryan, J. T. Burke, E. Uhler and Hirrv Smoot. Tne State rlCe?tbUyear will be single sbel's, four tig?, and i'arge=, the latter being a d. The ' Open to All" races in ; r and senior sculls, junior and se r, i 3veHt>, f ur oared uige. and e du triggers, the iatter being confined to members of the Old Dominion Club, lor the open races c!os? on Monday, 2, at 1 must be addressed to Harry \'obe. Alexandria. I'otomacs, Ana'oatans and Columbias . ! all have crew* iu training for .gBtta Tbe Potornaca have ordered a pa] ei four-oared shell from Bergman & I New York. It will bepupplied with latest rowing improvements, rig and fr...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 12 June 1888

'I i ES ay evening, june 12. aIabbikd When Dying.?Mary Siauffe^ ~.:-ed eighteen years, while walking ia a field near Beiiuykill Haven, near Philadelphia, Saturday, set her dress on fire from a heap of hurninz brash that bad eeoaped her ob? servation. In a moment she was enveloped in flame1?. Farm bands and others who heard her cries for help immediately ran to her assistance. Tnerewas nothing at hand to throw over her in order to eoiotber the fUrccv-.so she was picked up bodily?despite tbe fad that the flames scorched the haoda bf her rescuers?and was carried to a hogs? head of wa er. into w hich she was plunged After the flitiiH hail been extinguished ?be ?ras crriMi to her home. O of tbe tneti who hau rushed to ht-r rtticne was Luke Fisher, who was to have been married to ner urn week. Wbeu, upon arrival at her \ous-, a wa- set-n tbat her injuries wou d prove Fatal, the R-v. Mr. Fcger was Ben' for ;n'i a though tbe unfortunate younp; n .? suffering the most excruciating sprehMsd a...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 13 June 1888

J?L. LXXXIXT" ALEXANDRIA VA., WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 13, 1888. NO. 140. MEDICINAL. WEAK NERVES aines T'atvx's Ckltby Compocnd io a Nervo Toni? ?fcr!i never fails. Containing Celery and Coca, those wondorfnl nerve stimulants, it pptedily cures all nervous disorders. RHEUMATISM PArvK's Cixeuv CoatPorxD purifies tba blood. It drive* out the lactic acid, which can.** Kheuniatism. and restores the blood makine orpins to a healthy condition. His the true rt medy for lUioumatuca. KIDNEY COMPLAINTS I'ains's Celeut Coitpocxd quickly r?*tor??i tho liver and kidneys to rerfect health. Ttiim curative ix'wer, combined with its nerro tonics, niiies it the l*st remedy for all kidney complaints. DYSPEPSSA r.Mxz's Crmt Coitrorxn strengthens tho stomach, and iiulets tho nerves of the diRe** live otvana. This is why it cures even the worso cased of Dysjicpsix CONSTSP?TB?N PauM Ccljoit Couromro Is not a cathar? tic. It la a laxative, t,nvuiK easy and natural action to thu bowels, HegTiiarity surely fo...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 13 June 1888

ALEXANDRIA, wednesday evening, jcne 13._ On Monday last a resolution was intro duced in the ?. S. House of Representatives for the impoei'.ion of an itcome tax. If modern democratic politicians were as wise as their predecessors they would force this resolution through the House as soon as po-T.-ibie, with a proviso that no more should becolltc edby such a tax than would be required for the payment of pensions. An income tax is not only the fairest, but the least t.urdecrome of any that can be collect ed, aud the earnest desire of every man iu the country not Eubject to it would be to reader himself so at the earliest practicable monent, aud by every means in his power. Tne chief object of government now is the protection of propeity, as.ucd; r the jury sys? tem, it has become necessary for every man to be the pro'tc'or of bis own life, and as rich people are the only ones who have largo incomes they should not only be com? pel.ed 10 pay for the protection of their piopetty.but.if t...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 13 June 1888

%\mtt?& feftte. V>-tm tvr.:>N F.SOaY EVENING, JUNE 13. LOCAL MATTERS por this section light to fresh easterly wind*, 1 r' f";r we*thcr CITY COUNCIL. ^ regular meeting of the City Council held last uigbr. IN THE BOARD OK ALDEEMEN, j [he members were in their places shortly the hour appointed for meeting. Mr. Bryant, from the Committee on . ,|8) to whom hud been referred a peti : sundry residente of Patrick Btreet, en Ku:g and Princess, for the opening three squares designated, reported , cost wonld be about $3 400, and . .-.d-hst Council could either order e? rk to be done under the 33d section city code or lay the matter over for tse preseut. jlr. Lambdin web averse to ordering the ? . ? to be rj me, uot being sure that ail the p-owners iu the locality would be % :; g to pay their quota. ebate followed and further expla ue une made by Mr. Bryant, wheu ir.otion of Mr. (iocdrich the three ea u-uiid were ordered tobe paved ,:, :;.:.l Bectioo of the code, Messrs. \j K. ? ?? an...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 13 June 1888

WEDXES AY EVENING JUNE 13. CoNFtSeiuN OF AN ISOKr-Dl VkY ?A uic patch from Buffalo, N. Y., yealerday eayt: The great million dollar fire in Buffalo on Febuary 1, which destroyed the dry goods house of Barnes, Hengerer aod Company, andeeriouslv damaged other property, will be remembered. Tea otigin was not definitely ascenained, but it was tuppt-eed to have oc? curred in some accidental way in the paper room located in the basement. The mystery baa sow been cleared tap. Officers of Col. Byrne'srietoctives agency yesterday arrested on? of the CBSh boys ramfd Andrew How ard, aged M, far stealing ? natob in the ??tore ?r,(3 w. r?- ltd to .-uspeet that he kt? w something about the origin of the fire. He has now made ?-. I . '? u i! -t he started tbe fire himself Af:?r fte'log t-tat he ivaa bja duty ia the store ou Moaday men i r Febroaiy 1, hp proceeds with his detat ed story a-? follows: "At 11:30a. us. oa that day 1 went down into tbo basement I waaalou'. I picked up a s'ick ani lighte...

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