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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 February 1894

'f . ... i ;.- . i. L - )..--... .. . . Ii II ... il M. . . m ' ' " "" ""'" "l"'"' """"" "" ABILENE REPORTER. 1 rlJi v VOL. XIII. ABILENE TEXAS FBIDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 231894 .NO. 8 I hi I H -1 T--- -- -.ilJ. Int.ill .-fi. .1 . - It ! i .. .ii - wmmymmmmmttulm..mm.mmlll'-mMil.n:m.mt i n n.'M '- " . i ' .1 -- i .' .'.." .Jll. .." i-l '.-. "''' -' .i. ii li.nil .i.i.. ... .- -. .. .! in. .. ' 0. Lowdon Prci. Wm. Cameron V.'Prei. E. 0. Wice Csh Geo S. Berry Asstv C The Abilene National Bank Japital $100000 00. DIRECTORSi Wm. Cameron V. B. BraxeUon Fred Cockrell Geo. 1. Phillips J. M. )augherty E. B. Rfclltni J. G Lowdon. EVANS AND MORRILL. Jahforni&'s Desperate Outlaws Cap tared in Evans' house at VitHlta. Visalia GAt. Feb. 19 Chris ivarts the train robber ana outlaw riio .escaped from Fresno jail a month ago is again jn custody. It was dis- covered Ust night that he came into Vi'cilm Imm ill p. mntintntns Willi his miner Ed Morrill who assisted him to escape trom ine iresno- jau a...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 February 1894

'fWPV'S? h u m R ik il . ii 125 v J 1 X B H H I if- S" kn lOHDOir WlLt SDFJFER. Anrckiiu 1h Ike lift City Iteming 8rnzeu. Ate London Feb. 1 8. -Crows ofcimous persons swarm in Greenwick patfc to- day packed the tcrrancc in front of the celebrated observatory and filled all the other elevated portions of the popular; resort for Londoners from which was obtainable so extensive a view over the river. The day was fine sad cool Stakes dotted the ground where portions of the dynamited body of Anarchist Bourdin had been found. Aft of the stakes were in line with the Spat where the body was discovered. At the post mOrtem examination a dozen pieces of metal similar in their contents to the bombs used by Bourdin were produced. The widely announced meetings of the Autonomic club under the auspices of the International Worker's group was attended by only fifteen persons and fourteen of these were foreigners. The speakers who had been announced to address the meeting did not ap- pear finally aft...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 February 1894

1 ' s . r'';ififVyi'f!fr!'nftpfif! "i i ' ( f 'j(--p?- ..- .. ( s -' ran i) t ' ' Ji llOUSKHOLD. There is a common idea thstt a cliaf- i m.dl9h lS fl luxury and not tauiecooK- ' E art extravagance Not one in a )Housand families of moderate means Buld think of owning a chafing dish; n vaguely supposed to be a costly air ah appurtenanco of the rich. ie truth is a gortd chafing dish can had almost as cheaply as a tea ket A crviceable one of agate ware st about $2.50. A complete outfit y cooking dishes and everything edful all of the best can be bought first class prices for $4.50 and" It 11 turn out as delicious food as the solid silver outfit of $90 The tfit is to be had in various metals t the agate set is thoroughly satis tory K'Wknf if will fnzt In Heri a rim finer sh depends upon she who uses it. le lamp should be filled each time the alcohol wastes by evaporation me persons will spill as much in fil- g as others will need to Cook a.rare t. One devotee ol the chafing dish ys it co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 February 1894

hTrY-iArt!- .Ul I hi !l u H r The Abilene Reporter UBLlSHfeD AT KBILENE " TEXKS. ABILENE PAlNtlNQ COMRANY. I ii mi I ....... i i .. . in . . . FRIDAY FEBRUARY 33. 1894. 0ee ia RErOtttRR Uullding on Second Street. " ''' -t 1- ' ' .1 awed at (he Abilene. Tex Postofflrc m Second-Class Matt Mutter. -.. - . . 8tiorripUoa XatM. Ofte year.. ........... v.... .$1.50 btwemth... ...... ........ 75 Tlwe month. ....... .... 40 v 1 1 TMM and faclflt local Tub Table.' KASlMlOUND CASSKNGtR. Arrire. .... i. ...4... ....... .10:40 A. m. Dprt 11:05 A. M WEST-BOUND r-ASSLNOEK. AntveS t. . .. t4... 4OS ! W. JDtf. 4S3OP. M. Congressman Wilson is sojourn iog in Mexico for his" health. There is no Country where the cli nate is more healthful than this. The Dallas Times-Herald issued handsome special edition Monday. The deserving unemployed suffer for the deeds of the chrontehobo. Populists in this county are getting right down to work. So say the know iog ones. If you want to make your home with intellige...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 February 1894

:jz:z n . '' '1 if ti (nl iWllrniH M4nAitfii....iiiiiiit . tit.it.wi W. OPBBA. HOTTBB) SATURDAY March' 3d.1 OVIDE MUSIN AND CONCERT COMPANY Composed of the following eminent Solo nrtists : M MtfSIN . - The Violinist IE LOUISE TANNER-MUS1N The American Nightingale 5SIE BONSA.LL - The Phenomenal Contralto fARD SCHARF - - A SufDerior Solo Pianoist t riHli season with this company. iDERICKW ELLIOTT America's Greatest Tenor. HAVE the LARGEST STOCK OF IMPLEMENTS IN THE WEST I ars anxious to trade them for money! Weartf daily expecting a car of the. Celebrated Michigan Wagons. We will be glad to have you investi- gate our stock. Yours truly ED. S. HUGHES & CQ. to SWH S CO. IiAJSTD AXa-ZEOSTTS r Bass Bros.' ABILENE TEXAS LONE STAR STOCK FARM. HASKEW No. 9965 Lone Star State 1:171-2 winner of yearling stake at Dallas and Eagle Pass 2:29 1-4 lwo-y ear-old fill make the season of 1894 at Lone Star Stock farm iSo.oo with usual return privileges askew was sired by Monte Cristo 4245 by George...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 February 1894

' 'i tjjj us ? Pi 1 ') g 1 ' Hand Jrain and Steam. ( olm Jarrett of fittsburg lale of Birming(iaffl England is quoted id the Hcct that the Pittsburg iron and steel tolling mills will bo unable to continue Operation under the piescnt scale of wages which is the lowest ever known 4c thti trade. They have determined accordingly to make a further cut in 'wages at once without waiting for the yilson bill to become a law. Mr. JJsnrelt urges in justification' of this course tint having been denied 'a Shearing before the senate committee She Pittsburgers have concluded that a raew tariff law on the lines of the Wil- son bill is inevitable. He admits that the new law cannot become operative for some months but assigns as a reason lor the reduction at this time that the agents of foreign companies are now in this conntrv takintr nrriprc for iron and steel Roods and that the Pittsburg mills in order to meet the prices made by foreigners must re- adjust their wage scales on a foreign -basis. It...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 February 1894

.1.1 H ... I I It I I I I I II' !) I FASHION KOTES. U cotton fabrics are bewitching season. list arc tlio printed Swisses in uds of linlit blue 9traw Nile green and mauve with a wavy while cord n but Oh surfaccj and wave effects cvcral shades of color as rose olate fjrev and yellow on a pink kid or pink light green and steel ffttc green.' i both Swisses and organdies pretty Care has been taksn by the de fers and importers to furnish attrac- And small patterns and to choose rs. its idea though runs all through lew cotton goods and it has its in a practical cause. Anticipa- Ithe fact that this is' to be a season th? general public will buy care- land less extravagantly than usual ccount of the stringency in' money 111 has been felt by all classes the rd producers and importers have tided a line of inexpensive and very Ective goods both in cotton and which will bring a lot of pennies their pockets without too great a In on the purchasers Che fine French organdies at 85 Is a yard 44 inc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 February 1894

rvr ''-.".'.tH'T Rj J I IX !; ? H I it i .! Pi 51 437' $r K P ft ?! frt J I" " fu Mi m J HI I n M JPOLLAItD-BilKaKBlfRIDaJ! A Dua&Hiim's Jf amo TJod In an Un fcavot . Connection. DANViLtE.Kv. Feb. 19-CharlcsSwll representing Col. Breckinridge and E "P.-. Farrcll representing Miss Pollard ttioJc ihe deposition of Dr T. M Lewis of this county to-day in the Pollard- Brcckinridge suit ; Dr. Lewis lives five miles from tins city in the same neighborhood as Col. 'F. hL Swope who was internal revenue collector at Lexington. Ky. under two administrations and who was one of the victims in the famous Goodjoc-Swoope duel at Lexington. Dr. Lewis testified that in February 1885. Col. Swope by appointment met him in this city and asked him it he would perform an abortion upon Miss Pollard who used to live at Crab Orchard Ky.' that the young lady was in a delicate condi- tion and he Col. Swope was respon- sible tor it. Dr. Lewis said he declined to do this and that he advised to let nature tak...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 March 1894

J I J i ' -rrf - ! t& I I 1i f ' ' M i ' j The Abilene Reporter. VOL. XIII. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MOBNTNQ MARCH 2 .1894. NO. 9 Hi l ' "! ( ! ' HEWITT'S SHARP TALK. oMrIccb Pointed Bemarks to Iho Southern Society in an Im- ' prorapta Spcoch. Ee Excoriates Senator Hill and tho Present Representatives in Congress from tho South for Their Actions. . lew York World. ' Mr. Disrael's "unexpected that.al- rays happens" happened last night at tie eighth dinner of the New York oulhern society at Sherry's. The lecting of congress deprived the south Ewers of Secretary John G. Carlisle Speaker Crisp and Private John Allen if Mississippi while sickness prevented Hie attendance of Congressman Isidor Layner of Marvlaud and Col George McClcllan president of the board Jf alderman of New York. But Percy A. Pickrell. Dr. Stuart )ouglas and James L Johnson of the sanquet committee did not despair. fliey got a scratch team of speakers together in no time an assigned to kbram S. Hewitt ex-mayor of New ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 March 1894

JJ5MjrflH5pJw r' i I B m B"f Jf 5' 1' k e I & hbv m ? II m fJ3 sn 1L Ms ' tl- MY 1 K'l H W h I' r"J hi i;. ttompted Vault Jobbery. Galksburg III Feb. 4 Anuri mkxcmM attempt was made last night Unrdb the city vault. The outside and mner door of the small safe inside misted the explosive. Had this yielded the thieves would have secured several thousand dollars. This ts the Aird attempt at blowing up here with a Wro'wecks. 'Ctmrgsd With Embozzloroont. Little Rock Ark Feb. 24. Adolph Kahn of thi city who has for several jrcars until November last been H bookkeeper for Frank & Furth ri& arrested charged with the em beukment of something over $5000. Xahn denies; the charge tic has not "yet secured bail. Late to-night Kahn was reltased wider bond of $5000. Ymaiform Appendix Operation. New York Feb. 24 Grave appre- hensions are now "entertained that Normal. L. Munroe publisher and yachiman who yesterday underwent an Operation by which his vermiform appendix was removed by Dr. Ab...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 March 1894

Si. r ' DOTJQMKUT iVoj-UIlON Whale art Lies in the . Bffixtuf e. lm Rhaninff and Frvlnsr. The doughrlut is a cousiu or near iativo of the dumpling which dftctr companies meat Btcwa. A travclor who wrote o.f the sights saw more than aoJ tears acoYcferS eating "dough-boyS t5f fltitiiplitigs." Whether the nut was aMfccl to the. lUgli from its browned surfafcc when oked In fat and because in Ks origi il form it was round or whether it is contraction of kneflded is uncertnin it the word is good old Anglo-Saxon - ci her case as substantial as the 3d it describes. Some ultra hygienic people condemn doughnut utterly along with all id foods but when properly nlade doughnut is really a valuable food persons having sound digestion id taking active exercise. It is best lited for cold weather diet yet is no lore harmful at any time than griddle kkes or hot breads. 'It has been considered a standard lew England food an old time break- st datntv. and is as closely associated th coffee and cheese a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 March 1894

H 7 '") r.f m s-t Mi II 11 w ;'M W: Mi "i 't- I ii r i i i i m ini0 1 1 1 i ii t ii the Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT "KBILENE? " TlXH$. ' ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. ' FRIDAY. MARCH a. 1894. Office is Retortm Building on Second Street Iminil at tho Abilene. Texan roatoOce u Socoml-Cla Malt Matter. SaViCrlpUoa JUtts 0c year........ ...$1.50 She months 75 Three months...... .?....i.. ...... 40 '1 n 1 1 11 t 1 .i. Xez&i and Pacific Local Tins Table. tAST-IiOUNO FASSRNOER. rrW6St. .. ..10140 A. M. Departs...... ........11:05 A. u 'VEST-BOUND rASSKNGRS. Arrives. ...........A... 4c3 ! apau. .......... ......... 4.30 The Betl & Sonthweitern. The following dispatches from Aus- tin to the Dallas News and Fort Worth Gazette contains good news for the people along the line that is to be trav- eled by this road: Austin Tex Feb. 26 The rail- road commission has a letter lion. V. J. Swain of Henrietta general attorney for the Red River and Southeastern railroad company asking for instruc-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 March 1894

'yv v t p; "7'f1 4 '! f' -u B. W. OPERA HOUSE Week Commencing Monday March 6th THE COMEDIAN Mr. Thos'.' J. Keogh .K I it; his new cotonbv duaMa . A PRETZEL" POPULAR PRICES 16 25 and 36 Cents change of play nightly. Special Scenery Now Songs and Specialties. XjOOJLXj. Wc ate nutbtoUed (o onnouncq W. S. O. Johnson an candidate for the oflic of city icc- retary and ajuessor at the coming election for municipal officers In this city. Wc arc nutliottzcd to announce J. J. Clin- ton an candidal for re-election to tlie office of city marshal nt We Coming; city election. We are nulhorlicd to announce J. B Ueese ns candidate for city marshal at the coming dly election. THE SERPENTINE DANCE. cW. OPERA HOUSE SATURDAY; March 3d. OVIDE MUSfN AND CONCERT COMPANY Composed of the following eminent solo artists : - - a m TOE MUSIN - The Violinist fNIE LOUISE TANNER-MUS1N The American Nightingale tSSIE BONSALL - The Phenomenal Contralto UARD SCHARF - - A Superior Solo Pianoist Fifth season with this c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 March 1894

. si-iqriir$FWtj- Vii i !S P- II IH I' ft We. I il I is "Sr i Uf I t 1 Ut Hi jV rt ii r ! i '. R I THE WJEEK IK THE SOUTH. Condition of JStulneti and iho Ltteit Jtaatqrc of Sonthorn Progress Suraraimed. Special reports to the Manufacturer's Record from nil parts of the south show a revival of confidence and a general expectation of a steady irri ptovement in business in all lines not ditcctly affected by the pending tariff legislation. There is a broadening out of business interests factories are gradually resuming operations and the enquiries for machinery for im ptovement of old plants as well as for new ones is larger than for six or ieven months. During the past week there has been many evidences of the way the south is attracting the attcn tion of outsiders who are looking for desirable investments as well as homes. An unusual number of excursions from the north and west carrying capitalists and home-seektrs have been inspect- ing mineral timber farming and factbry lands in Ark...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 March 1894

f AIX-tM MORIS'. irlnff Drewoa for Little QirU. cady the ginghams with china and most wonderful coloring and cxniusite as silken fabrics HioW the challfs with their pretty lets in Dresden colors and with rs and stripes the dainty corded es the pretty China silks with Id fashioned paterrtu the sprigged 'and fine muslins are on the coun- If the shops and with them all if beautiful silks and wools in lengths and at reduced prices ir in a very emoarrassmem ur and at prices so low it seems right extravagant not to biiythenv liow the fond mammas do buy and how they Write to the hi headquarters for pretty models like them bv! Even the women never attempted to plan a gavyn selves are glad tosearch the news rs for new ideas for the thousand one little iro'eks every mother's daughter needs to make ready lor ler time gay little gown of scarlet crepon be made m the Empire fashion full puffed sleeves falling to the v a acep lau uraceuruiuu pumtu )n .around the low neck and asasii inch satin ribb...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 March 1894

fMSynqswrprrtrf I; iW St ! . ji i w ) Hi ll 4i ?! . a "i If f ? f i if li j f n tri VI I' I A BrdlMBce lo ltflUt the Baf ply tail Coninrnptlaa or Water ana to Provide u1m and Ktgnlltloai In Connection Thar. with. Bo It onUlnctt tiy the city council of the city or Aliljenc. Tosas. T11K StrfRMSTRSDRNT. Sec i That the water works f tliii city a now established And m ilicy may be changed hereafter shall be under the manage. ncnt supervision and contrtl of the superin- tendent of the city water works which oflice 3a hereby creal d Sec. 2. The superintendent of the water woiks shall be chosMi by the City council at rtmy regular meeting after this ordinance goes into effect and his term of office shall be nl he will of the said ciiy council. cc 3. The salary of the superintendent of the water works shall be fijeed by the city council and may from lime to time be in- creased or diminished as thcyee proper. ?cc. 4. Said superintendent shall mime tJiately after his selection before entering u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 March 1894

-4 T "I $ V- The Abilene Reporter. m I L XIII. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING MARCH 9 1894 NO. 10. J f tip m E FINEST LINE ' of Dress Goods WE IMVE EVER SHOWN. is and sec our 35 cent Dicss Js worth 50 cents in any in Texas Our so cent line worth 75 cents m any city in Texas. sst"Embroidery Etc. in such cs ns has never been shewn Ibilene. Millinery will all be in by Eurday or Monday - Watch iters for opening next week. Yours truly ite I Yom& Tbos. Cprrigan'ti Will. Lansas City Mo March 5. The ' of the late Thomas Comgan was red to day in probate. The bulk ie estate estimated to be worth lut $1000:000 is left to Mr. Gorri- i's children. Bequests of $25000 arc made to Bernard and Patrick mean the testator's brothers and Iholic charitable institutions of Kan City were also handsomely remem- ed. Guthrio Sensation. jUthrie Ok. March 5. For some Mrs. J D. Cosby has been living Ihis city but nobody having seen : about her .house since last Thurs- night the police yesterday forced entrance...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 March 1894

r . i 1 in ! h 1 5fif? v l&rti f 1H .1 BIS' w flfc : 5 A .- il N 2! ? ife & j r A i ; t' H . l Wi- i I Si . M )! Hi. v ; w H- if Aj i ; fe m i i . Sopply and to Protlde Connietloa Tkerlth. Be U ordained by the city council ot the city of Abilene Tcxns. TIIK RfPKntKtRSTlRNT S. I. That the Water works cf this city as. now established am! ihey may be changed hereafter shall be tinder the manage- ment tfupcrvtsion and control or the superin- tendent of the city water works which office is hereby creat. d Sec a. The superintendent of the water works shall be chosen by lliectty council at any regular meeting alter this ordinance goes into effect and his term of office shall be at the will of the said city council. ec. ?. The salary of the superintendent of . . r - -nk .;. i .i n ine water woiks snaii uc incu uy mc uv council ahd may from time to time be in reased Or diminished as they see proper. isec. 4. Said superintendent shall imme- diately after hts selection before entering ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 March 1894

THE BOW GRAZE. TE SCARFS AMD StiAKVB IN ikOK MdIRE AND YELLOW LACE. pie Bows and Bow Oollarottea kirituelle Eacttor Creations In Fairy Chiffons and Gauzes bat the Sweetest Ar'o in White World between "made" bows ior ihe the street and scarfs to tiq thai there Is in gcntlcmcns ncctles; and white the made bows in 'black molrc arc hand Boniest they arc likely td be patronized by the great mass ol women Who luint for bargains and follow where other wOrhcn point the Way.' SW YORK I'CO. 31. ew xviK en are madly indulging In bows. voe is once more the short plump Jan's lot. For the prevalent bow brn under the chin and is a regu jsfjy broadside of silk and lace iding from chin to the belt lirte en six inches below and reaching lently from shoulder 'to shoulder. Whatever else a girl doesen't have spYing.she must support a oow very costly are some ot them. ky in truth; is tne girl with the knack of tying or arranging tde" bows. It is by instinct a ich art which les jolies Americames to almost...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 March 1894

r$rn fUVSF! m:jrivm; :r 2 It P Ifr lift Is Isi f 4 & K li Ht r ft K sr kV I" 115 A 1 i L . H .. 1t ...t J- The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT KBILNE - TEXKS. ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. FRIDAY MARCH 9t 1894. "Wtc In RruRTxx Bnildfng on Second Street. tatwed at the Abilene. Texan fostofllco m Second Class Moll MMter. BntierlpUon lUtel. Jm yer....4 ...... ...$1.50 S months.......... .. im. 75 nee month ........... 40 tM aai Pacific localism Table. EASfBOO.ND FASSENGKR. Mi-hres.... ..... 10:40 A. M. 9ept 4 .11:05 A. M WKST-BOONt) PASSKNGER. nrTe . 4:09 r. m. Departs.......... ........ 4:30 r.M. "Waco nnd Fort Worth are Moth after the state democratic convention. I. G. Randle is again on trial for the murder of E. G. Randall in Dallas. Texas 50th anniversary as a state should by all means be properly cele-. bratcd in 1896. Wheat and oats are looking fine and a good season is in the cotton and corn land of the Abilene country. Capt. fc. B Pjddock has been nominated for re election as m...

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