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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 21 February 1896

rtOtfft, I ALT, GROCERIES, AlfD ?YiaVTHINa EIXOKOJNU IN A Family Grocery Store, BU8T0N & SONS. VOL. Lt. NO. 8 Money ,.In Creases-&=E^? That is the way you find a paper d?ll?r when j'ou take it out of your pocket. But the best way to find Tr\e Dollars of Your Daddies Is to advertise your business in 6, live newspaper that is read by most people in the territory it covers. Such a paper is the CliriclV Vqlley JSPe^s, ED. L; WRIGHT, Publisher. We are now offering the ISew York Thrice-a-Weelt World and the Clinch Val? ley Newt for $1.50 per year. By accepting this proposition1 Or diily two less than you Tvr3uld get if yon were paying $5,00 for a daily patter. The present year will be one of great interest in the political world and you should have the World to keep pace with the great events in the world at large, while the News will keep you posted as to what is going on throughout the coun? ty of Tazewell. If you are in need of any printed matter, no matter what it is, remember...

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. — 21 February 1896

AGRICULTURAL TOPICS i?F intkk 1st RKIiATlVK TO FARU AND (?AUDKN. ebetinq cabbage. Most people bury cobbago for win? ter nse, and if properly done it is the vory boet way to keep them. They aro, however, not easily got at when tbo ground is frozen or covered with enow. A part of the crop may bo sat? isfactorily kept as follows: Trim Un? bends very closely, wrap in newspa? pers, and paok in barrels, h'et in a oool collar and uso as neoded. They will not dry out or doouy ns when plncod in the oollnr withont protec? tion. If this process is followed, n quantity can be taken from tho ground at one time.?American Agriculturist. ?enixw for cows. Cows may bo fed ond kept alive on straw, it the wintor is not too severo for them under such sad oirctimstnnccs, and, although given somo grain too I with tbe straw, thoyoanuot bo expect? ed to afford ranch milk, nnd what they may givo will be vory poor. A cow needs a good digostiblo rough food as woll as grain, if she is expeotod to give milk, 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. — 21 February 1896

To Top All Towers. / Only recently It was announced thai Hungary will hare a millennium expo? sition I? 1890, and already some great jschemM are ventilated for that oeea (don. Albert Huns, an engineer ol CBudapcsth, has started a company jwhlch will build an Immense tower 500 meters (1.02S feet) high, which will con? sist of five sections, each section being a steel lube 100 meters (325 feet) long. If this tower Is completed it will be (550 feet higher tban tbo EltTcl tower, and 500 feet higher than tbo Wutklna jtower, to bo erected In London. The work upon the Budapest h giant tube will laat nine months and cost ?000.000. Tho Now Year Outlook. The business ot tho couutry ho3 become so .dependent upon politics, especially tho manufacturing nod importing Interests, that there is again a lull to its activities, watt? ing to see what ouaogos may take plaoo lr. tariff and othur laws bearing upon such im? portant branches ot trade.. As Congress can? not mature such cbaugos muoh bofore th...

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. — 21 February 1896

Efitfvfr-'-? -~ -? ^ riinch Valley News. ED. L. WRIGHT, EDI TOR ?3c PROPHIETOB. TBKHS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (lu Advance.) Bv biHil. postage paid, one year. SI.00 By mad, postage paid, six months, .00 "Advertising rate? furuiblied on appli? cation. S Kntered at the Tazewell (Vft.) poatof flce at second "'lass matter. tPKiDAV. - run. 21, isim. Masonic Notes of Interest. |i Boston is to Iihvo a now Masonic I'temple, but locution and plaus have 1 not vet been decided upon. V * The grandmaster of Pennsylvania lias drei led that ? man who cannot ?write cannot be inndo a Mason. An applicant must, with Ills t)\Vn band, ?igu his numo in full to the petition K ? Ro ever mindful ihit nt your hands UO shadow or stain 1)? cast upon th< good uHiuo of the fraternity, itud by your ondeavorj strive lo make the goud nanio of Free Masonry synony? mous with purity^of lifo and conduct i j ?tretigth of purpose in the pursuit of right, justice und charity. In Nebraska a Mason nonnffilialed for 90 days has 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. — 6 March 1896

ft??R, ?tf, si?ciRi?, , *hl> KSKRYTUlSU BrXONOtNU IN A ' o?^^?V? ? ... Famtiy Grocery Store, IUST0N & SONS. V?L. LI. M 10 ? Ladies' Department^ We wish to call your special attention to Our Ladies' Goods j Department, which comprises all the latest novelties in dress j gcods and trimmings. Our line of single dress patterns is lovely and ranges in pfice| from &6 to $12. Wo gave unusual care to the selection of ? WASH GOODS, and can show you the latest and best styles, including A f?ll line of Dimities, Parisian Organdies, Linen Grass Cloths, Silk Ging? hams, Crepons, Percales, Lawns, Satines, and numerous other] things that we don't know the names of, but all new. ?IO.! ,T ICVf A a^/"^ We secured some big drives in XJI?j UrlV C>. Table Linens, Napkins and Tow? els which we will give our customers the benefit of. SIMPLY IMMENSE. Please do not forget Out' Ladles, Misses and Ghildrens' Shoes. Our stock is simply immense, and you will have to see in order to believe how man...

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. — 6 March 1896

A LOYS NOTE. What, sweet mtetr**?, should there bee ? 'Twixt thy hoart and mine this duy? There no barrler I sop \ Whloh Lovo may not Kiss away- I. Klee away, and tondorly i. Dear tils swootest roso to thee., . %; If a roso should bar his path Thorny with a jealous frown, \ Love such winning favor hath Ho shall quickly kiss it down? Klas it down and beauteously Soar It on his breast to thee. Lovo will oome his own to areot Though no light his path adorns, Through a world of roses swoot! . Through a desert sharp with thorns Bay that Lovo thine own shall b<^ Lovo will win his way to thoo! ?F. L. Stanton, in Atlanta Constitution. BEARS GUARD THE G0L?. A TUBABUKE ISr,A.SU IN BERING SEA. TRANGE it may ?ccm, but novcr thcloss it iu quito truo. Twico within the past two years tho Island of St. Mntthew has como forcibly to my notice Tho first timo was in July or August, 189:?, in Sau Franoieoo. Learning that tho whalers woro com? ing in from their lengthy cruises, 1 sanutorod down to 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. — 6 March 1896

Tho Minister's Blunder.! /The New Yorkere are telling ol yithor of a good Joke on Her. Jobil ley. Drown, rector of St. Th| Church, previously rector of 8t la this city. Ille part in tho ccrerj of the Fugot-Whltuey ?svcddlug \sj read the service. Either he had oil the wrong place In the prayer or the aluglng disconcerted him; n rate the wedding party was nmai hoar his rich, full voice utter the v "I am the resurrection and the '?Heavens and earth!" ejaculated op l'ottcr In n whisper behind hlaf rector at once nwoke to the fncfj he was reeding the burial services after ono breathless second, ho pnf cd with the proper ritual. jfioiirs and Wages." f Since fifty years ugo there has| here, as well as In England, a gre -due lion In the hours of labor. Bui was not accomplished for the plcl of the wage earners; It was accom| ed because experience proved tha iIrish Bull Credited to Blsmaif / At the time of the Schleswlg-Hc fliftleulty. Prince Bismarck rail laugh by saying there was oulj mtin ...

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. — 6 March 1896

ion Methods. owing extracts | hoo of tho amend by Mr. Parker to j law, from which it would t eat deal of I Im tnik foil in Iiy tho minority of the islature as to tho fraud practiced| under the Walton law is buncombe nnd oul}- for political effect. Mr. Kcssee, honost (?) election ropresen tativo from Halifax, said: ''He heartily favored the Crnigbill. add said its passage would cause re jiicing in tho Populist and Republi can Camps. He began charging fraud against tho Democrats, and was asked by General Hundley if! any fraud was practiced in his (Hal? ifax) county at tho last election, and j rejltied affirmatively. He warn I lion j knocked completely <>(T his feet by General Hundley and Mr. Parker, I who asserted Unit lie had slated be-1 fore the committee when Iii? Waa contested that lilt* oh ction was] absolutely fair General Hundley told him that Ii? preferred lo believe his statement before Uic committee, nud bo, therefore, denounced his lasi statetnant ou the floor of the ...

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. — 13 March 1896

hm, s?it, mt?m, AUO ?VKi:v riUNU BELONQlnO IN A Family Grocery Store? BUSTON & S0N8. VOL. Lt. NO. 11 Xfs Pi'ice qiid Qqqlity Ul^lt Wills \i\e Ti'qde. Ladies* Department-3?==^? We wish to call your special attention to our Ladies' Goods Department, which comprises all the latest^ novelties in dress gcods and trimmings. Our line of single dress patterns is lovely and ranges in price from $6 to $12. We gave uuusual care to the selection of WASH GOODS, and can show you the latest and best styles, including a full line of Dimities, Parisian Organdies, Linen Grass Cloths, Silk Ging? hams-, Crepons, Percales, Lawns, Satinen, and numerous other things that we don't know the names of, but all new. ?iQ! ,T IC^jyj -x^ fy We secured some big drives in JOlii JUri V Table Linens, Napkinsand Tow? els which we will give our customers the benefit of. SIMPLY IMMENSE. Please do not forget our Ladies, Misses and Childrens' Shoes. Our t-tock is simply immense, and you will have to see in order to be...

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. — 13 March 1896

Clinch Valley Ngwb. ED. L. WRIGHT. Editor sc PROPKiSTOR. terms OF SUBSCRIPTION . (In Advance.) By mail, pontage paid, <mo year. SI.00 By mail, postage paid, six mouths, .00 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Trtzewell (Va.) postof flce as Beeond class matter. Flu day, march' 1:1, 1890. IN MEMORI AM. Resolutions of Respect. William Gordon Bottiinore was horn in tii6 city of Baltiuiora Sept. 19,1810. and was the eldest of ten eons, all of whom preceded him to the grave, his last brother having died j in Norfolk. Va ; March 1st, 189?. His parents were Catholics and wished to educate him for the priest bond, but tins not being in accord? ance with his views ho joined the m. 1'. Church, South, and remained a inembsr thereof until his death. Ho was married at tho age of 19 to Miss Annie lOvilliB, of Baltimore. Of the nine children born of the marriage, but two are living. W. T. Rotliuiore, I of San Diego, California, and Missj Kale Bottiinore, of Baltimore. So...

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. — 20 March 1896

fL??R, SALT, QROCftlES, AMU BVKilYTUIKO UKLU.NUINQ IN A Family Grocery Store, BUSTON & S?NS. VOL. LI. NO. 12~ Jfs {l|c PfficG qqd Qqqlijy {l|c|t \V*ii}S \i\c Ti^de. Ladies' Department?^E|^? We wish to cull your special attention to oilr Ladies' Goods Department) which comprises all the latest novelties in dress gcods and trimmings. Our line of,single dress patterns is lovely aud ranges in price from SO to Si"2 We give uuusu&care (o the selection of WASH GOODS/ and can show you the latest and best style-, including a fail line of Dimities, Parisian Organdies, Liueh Grass Cloths, Silk Ging? hams, Crepons, Percales. Lawns, S;itines, and numerous other things that we don't know the names of, but all new. ij\ iO " . - HC\ , ,\ , ^ We secured some big drives in1 J \ I } i :d 1JJLM v ?. Table Linens. Napkinsund Tow-! els which we will give o?r customers the benefit of. SIMPLY IMMENSE. Please do not forget our Ladies Misses an! i hiidreus' Shoe . Our -took s s>m, y immense, arid ...

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. — 20 March 1896

They say that Fashion has tamed against the ohryeanthemum. A journal devoto J to tho pen, ink and paper trade saye that tho world now usoa 8,000,000 steel pens every day in the weok, There aro In tho world 901,701 lailosof telegraph linos, with 2,682,583 miles of wire. Tho tolegraph milcago in the United States is 100,303, with 790,702 miles of wire. According to Mr. Camp, who is one of tho editors of Harper's Round Table, tho writers of tho South aro rapidly forging ahead of their com? petitors in othor Eootions. Wellington und Bonaparto aro men? tioned as rivuls for tho Maryland scna torship, which coincident leads the Now Orloans Fioayuno to predict that thero is to bo another Waterloo. Fifty-two now islands havo appoared (by aid of voloanio action) during the prusont century, and nineteen islands havo dieappoarod?havo boon sub? merged. This makos a not gain to tho earth of thirty-thrco islands. Tho New York World says that- tho most successful "shopper" is tho woman who struggle...

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. — 20 March 1896

Hurrah For Pennsylvania, oo farmers of Pennsylvania aro to bo jmgrntulatod. M. It. Luther,* Bast Troy, u, grow ovor 200 bushola Balzar's Sltvor ?i?o Oalfi on one measured acre. Think ol l! Hpfcr there aro thirty thousand forraors rolngto try and boat Mr. Luther and win' fciOO hi gold! and they'll do It, (u Now York, )hto, rotiasyivaata and tlio oast. Will you D ono of thorn? Thou thexo Is Sllvor Kiog Barloy, cropped on poor soil 110 bu3. por ncro lu 1803. Isn't that wonderful?ami corn 233 bus. and pota? toes ami grasses and clovers, fodder plants, etc., otc. Freight la oacap to Now York and the oast. If you WILL cuttuis out AStD SKSD it Witll" 10c postago to tho John A. Balzor Scod Co., La Crosso, WIs., you will rocolvo tholr mam? moth catalogue and tun packagos grains nnd grasses, Inoludlug nbovo oats, froo. (A.) f To bo happy Is cf far less consequence to the worshippers of fa-<h!on that to appear so. Wtasa or onio, Citt or Touoo, 1 \ v luoascoustv. .?7,11^NK "V UM?JltY urnkea ...

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. — 20 March 1896

Ii uch Valley News. iR&.L. WRIGHT. EDITOR PKOP?lET?R. THUMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (Iu Advance.) Hy-mall. po-uug. paid, one year. SI.00 Bv mail, postage paid, fix mouths, .50 , Advertising rates furnished on nppli oation. Kot-. caPu}; the Tttzewetl (Va.) postof ficc as second ulass matter. Fit 11)AY, .MARCH litt. i.Sttti. The Press on the Right Side. (Beaaoke World.) "Theredm no psper iu Virginia that so closely watches tho opinions of the press of the Stute, from tili most i1 significant country weekly to the most important city daily, us does the Richmond Dispatch. What the Dispatch hae, to say theo, as to tbei attitude ol the State press on any I qbustiou of public policy is always j peculiarly valuable tostituony. Fori these reasons we reproduce tic fol lowing: " 'As far as we have been able .to observe, th Doinocratid papers throughout the Stute uro practically u unit in favor of a coiiHtitutionnl convention, ui d it is but simple jus? tice to lecognize tbo influeuoe the country ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 3 April 1896

fl**% BAIT, W?tESftt, ?>?? KtSIMSU? DtiMSwlaV* IX a Family Grocery Store, / J._sJ 1 V L Lt NO- 14 An Attractive Advertisement In n proyrt-s-jt?- J'lrwr. fl-at li?w ?Jt-\ i-bv rirpal?*i??i i-?fl-?. n>" , e?:i h trilv fail it- :. . If ?o? ?ci?b to ip?rl. lb* p~??jlV ..f 'iV;p*."l <-?n tL~ one LtJi-lj a .1 tb? rich Gehaag *nt! 0<?*1 rt-i " Soat!a?r?- t Yi.-si.i.- ?n> lia rhc . of ?hk'li T-/??-? f": ;h-. <??!?-?;. yon can dtt ?o moat ?-ff?m-ru?J3r lkr<?f.gh th-- ntluna? of ihe GLIkG;] VAIUEY K?WS. Established in 134?5, * ?* ?w ^wj-Ht and IA?> Iratliug h- msjm;.-! ji .Hi*5). <1 Ta*-* v * j? C??irj<v. I a ?ii->?>. tl?gnifi -rLn-Vt?*? ?JaC*?, ftLL HOSrlE-PR'ST LOCAL FA??8, ?*l ?-*? tfw- co.-fi-l?-? cv? m-d" r?-^!?*?-? of it* ri?<*ti an cy. ???1(1 luftons ln-inj; *lm3<p<r?t atfpjtvrifr*. AdV?CT!?tll& FATES WULBEKSHSISIO OS Af PUGATiOr. Hi Afi9f.ESSWS Tl!? P9BUS8ER, ED. Xi WRIGHT, Tazewell, Va. J"033 . -. V .- ar* 5 r?j?is-<! i ? ?ii <.s...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 3 April 1896

Millich Valley News. ED. Ii WRIGHT, EDITOR Sc PROPRIETOR. I TjSRjMS OV SUHSCHIPTION:" tin Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. Si.00 By mail, postage paid, six mouths, .50 Advertising ratea furnished on appli catdin. Entered at tho Taaewell (Va.) postof fice as second olaae matter. fkiday, apkilisoo the state convention'."' There is a great deal of ulk . these days of what the Dem >ctatic State Convention shotihi or ought not do io Cournutfou with tho financial question. The proposition 'advanced by various papers throughout the the Stale, that the convention ignore the financed question, stems to us to lie a good one. What is the use for us to discuss the question, when the Chicago Convention may declare con trary to our wishes as expressed in the Slate Convention ? There is no doubt in our mind that the Demo cents of Viruiiiia will vote tho ticket of the old party ut. thu election this full, let the candidate be an extreme silver maniac or a gold .bug1. So what is tho Ibi...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 3 April 1896

Qiy^ii\y. jl^qt Wipp Ti'qde. Ladies* Departn\ent<^?E^?>^ We vkah to call your special attention t? A?r LaureV Good's Department, which comprises all the latest ftoveUies iu 'dreiss gwds and, trimmings. Our line of single dress patterns is Urvety and ranges-it^' price from $6 to $12- We gave uuusual cai'e ro the selection of WASrl GOODS, fend can show-you the latest ?md beat styles, iftcladmg aTuHT'line of DimitvtS, Paria'iMi- Organdies, feln'? Gttu& CldtWs^ giflTCffrig *iams, Crepona, Percales;'Lawns, Satines, and' niimeroo's" other things that we don't know the nameiv?f, but all new. ?tRi iT 1^.1 hV?/^ We secuted rttme big drjVes in. 131 ^ iJjLmWeST* i^ble Linens, NapkinaAud^?^ te!s which we will give our customers the benefit of. SIMPLYWmENSE. Please do not forget our Ladle^*5iisse's and Childrens' Shoes. O.ur^stock is simply itr^tAense, aftd you \vill have to see. in order to believe how rM'ny ^e-n'ave. -Black land Tan Oxfords, all lasts and shapes, from 75c: to $2.50?'...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 3 April 1896

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Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 10 April 1896

hour, utt, noetmtt, axd Bv"?-Ktrri3iS\i St^Varao i> a T^amNy^Grocery Store, m. U. NO. 15 An Attractive Advertisement In * liVK progressive papei", that hois age, cuar acter, circulation und iuflueuce, can 6iirdly fill >'*R??rjCW& results. B^ch* pafceV is iL?. If r?u ?i.?h to reaoli the people of Trz?w? II on '.' o:V? Tiiiinr, i-d the noli G?igllti? and Coal R? gions r?l r-k).J(iiw?'Kt Virginia on (be o:ber. of whieb TtfiewMlm ib^ ??enter, you can du so ruooi. i'ff<Olua!ly througb the columns of the GLItlS? VALLEY NEWS. Established in 1845, ivisttie oldest nud the leading newspaper published in TtVtVi well County* It i? a r.leat), rlignifi?il,np to dato) ?ll home-PfiHiT LOCAL PAPER) >??* ?>** ?rce und respect 6l it h constituency, did patron* being its strongest supp/>rler*. Advertising rates wu be furnished on application by ?DDRESS5NQ THE PO&lisher, ED. Ii. WRIGHT- Tazeweli, Va. CT?IB \\e me prepared to do ?ll kinds of Job Work on bhort notice. If yoil wtl...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 10 April 1896

inch Valley News. ED. L. WRIGHT, 3DITOR <5c PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF SUBSCUipTION:" "** Uu Advance.) By mail, pontage paid, one year. 8^.00 By mall, postage paid, six months, .50 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Bntored at the Tazcwell (Va.) postof floo as second class matter. F HID AY, " AVKiL 10, loiH) our standard bearer. 'iho timeH? approaching when the Democrats of thu Ninth Congressional District of Virgiuia will be called up ou to make their choice <>l n ouirdi ilut.o to represent them in the i~5;h Congress of the Uuited States Among the marry names mentioned in tbia connection is that of Mr. J. P. Hullitt, of l$:g Stone 0 ip. Mr. Buliitt, if nominated, would arouse the youug Democracy of the Ninth District tn auch a pilch Unit nothing could with itaud the wave of Demo cratic enthusiasm that would roll from one eud of tho district to Ilia other. Speaking of Mr. Iliillitt tbo Big Stoue Gap Post sny-: ''He is known throughout Ilm ilia trict as n ninu unblemish...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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