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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 March 1894

A FULL LINE OF CONVEYANCING. IEGAr BLANKS, Commercial & Printing, IATXT BRIEFS, A SPECIALTY AND PRINTED ON SHORT NOTICE. - We compile and publish the only - LAW REAL I EL REIT IN LANCASTER COUNTY. No retail hou6e doing a credit business can afford to do without this report. 9 PHONE 51G 143 S. TWELFTH STREET. XIV THE SPRING ITCMIS A man's fancy lightly turns to Spring Clothes THE POPULAR CATERERS TO THIS HEMAND ARE J. LIND &c SON, Custom Tailors 125 NORTH 12th ST. LINCOLN, NEB; o o o o o f Some Beautiful New Spring Styles are Shown. PRICES REASOXABIE. FINISH, STYLE and FIT are Three of J. Lind & Son's Strong Points. . THE COURIER DESIGNING E I LSt us make your tetter Heads, Catalogue Illustrations and Advertising Designs. Prices Low. Good Ideas. Always on Top. HUGE 5 lH N. W. Cor. 14th and P Sts Lincoln, Nebr. SteadUr Growring In IPonulai? Pavor. The Sunday ( Journal. IMfty Cts. f Three Months. N RAYING AD I II m i ii. ii ii i wii r ra

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 March 1894

THE COURIER DO YOU WANT MONEY? If so you must buy the Bargains now offered by us, and save $10 to $25 on each purchase. 15 PARLOR SUITS! In order to cut our stock down on this Line we are sell ing some suits at cost. Prices range from $25 to $65. IS GHAMBER SUITS! We have about this number of odd suits which we will, close out at cost. Ranging in price from $10 to $35. NOTHING BXJT FIRST-CLASS GOODS. HARDY. FURNITURE COMPANY. 211 S. 11xh ST., LINCOLN, NEB. A.., ACCCfTO DEJtCM ' KflHC AtCMTECT- ' - .. .. . - - . - - . - ... .... 1 SiP0 SfMWE. BKYH oiSt MTO STVJ, Corner 1-itla and JkX 8St:s9 Linooln, Ket TURKISH, RUSSIAN, ROMAN, ELECTRIC, CABINET AND HOT SALT BATHS. People taking these baths will tind the best possible appointments. Throughout the building everything is. .clean and wholesome Massage is given mderstandingly and trained attendants are to be found in every department. The mineral waters from the Artesian wells are particularly-refreshing to' those who are fired or overwo...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 March 1894

I I v-$l VOL-. 9. No. 15. LINCOLN, NUB., SATURDAY. MARCH 24. IS94. PRICE FIVE CENTS ,' -V v k fi sv- ' yrtf? f S5? ? k Vs Those persons who have formed an. estimate of the Kentucky gentleman by the evidence introduced in the disgraceful proceedings that have lately clouded the fame of Colonel Breckcnridge have doubtless done a m-nps iniustice to a class we like to think of as representing, in the height of development, southern chivalry and noble breeding. We do not believe the amorous brute, Breckenridge. who seems to have been wholly lost to all sense of de cency, is a fair specimen of even the most reckless element of the blue grass nobility; nor can wfi imagine that the voters of Kentucky, among whom, as among all southern gentlemen, there is a deep seated and ehivalrie respect for woman, will condone this scoundrel's offenses by returning him to congress. Many things are overlooked in a man of genius or a man of such commanding ability and acKnowledged power as Colonel Broeken ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 March 1894

THE COURIER now ho sharps with the board of education the attention of those persons who are of an investigating turn of mind, and as the ques tions involved affect most directly and seriously a very large class of citizens the entire public to a certain extent, the discussion cannot fail to be generally interesting. "While duly observing other phenomena of possibly more far reach ing iiniortaiice we have at the same time noted, in the last three years, the very rapid progress of a certain young man of this town, and it gives up distinct pleasure to be able to record the fact that our friend sustains, to a gratifying degree, the idea which we early formed of him. We refer to Mr. T. S. Allen, sometimes vulgarly known as Tommy. Over two years ago we recognized in this youth the promise of coming greatness, and we foresaw that the time was fast approaching when men would bow down to him, when his name would be frequently seen in the newspapers. If anything the ful fillment has been mor...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 March 1894

THE COUEIER v .'. ui - & jstz- . Z - -vC Mfi J" - '--"2t i ?SDS&1 pU5I)NC5(lnCLL5 m?yPi SQM-Cs. y iLSUl OT summary of the busi is preparctl for Tiik Omaha oflice'of Snow, The following: ness situation Coukikk at the Church fc Co. : There is no material change in the business situation so far this week. Rainy weather has, of course, effected re tail trade to some extent, hut less than might be supposed. In wholesale lines, things con tinue improving; there seems to be no cessation in the increasing amount of trade with most jobbers. Collections are fair. Clearing? at Omaha for last week show a decided increase over the correspond ing week of last month. There is no apparent increased demand for loans, but bankers are more hopeful than they have lwen for some time, feeling that with the continued improvement of trade, the de mand for money will naturally follow. Railroads report an increased local business. The March business in most branches of trade, if it continues as good ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 March 1894

THE COURIER not reform then isn't worth marrying. He ought to be thrown into the street No girl ought to ruin her own life and bring misery to unborn innocence by linking herself to a hopelessly weak or dissolute man through a mistaken idea of reforming him. It cannot be done in one case out of a hundred. Marriage is not meant to be an agency for the reformation of rakes and drunkards. It should follow, not precede reform. EXTEBED AT THE LINCOLN l-OSTOFFICE AH MECONU-CI.AS9 MATTEK. I'UIIMSIIKI) KVKKV SATURDAY IIV THE COURIER PUBLISHING COMPANY. OFFICE 1134 N 8TREET. TELEPHONE 335. W. MORTON SMITH, EDITOR. .SiiltKCiiptlon Kates In Advance. Fcrannuni $2UI Three months 50c. Six months 100 I One month 20c. Singlo copies Fivo cents. For tale at all news stands in this city ami Omaha and on all trains. A limited number of advertisements will be insorttnl. Kates made known on application. Lincoln, Neil, Makcii 24, 18JU. This spring is a good time to show your republicanism by voting the wh...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 March 1894

THE COURIER ft- x r tl w I 'I POINTS IN POLITICS. TfP. iwlitiii- f 'I'iil- rtiTiit.M ...ill. il ....,,.. !'.....-.,..- r'-,,. ..,,... ... w. .mir. vuuitinik U1IILH Uin'll UHtllUUI JlWlllirti; fr) Tucslay afternoon, and because we believed a good many jwo- pie are interested in the matter, we asked him tho following question: -'Will you be a candidate for re-nomination?" It is gen erally known that the governor, up to a few months ago, had decided that he would not be a candidate again. At least he so stated to friends. He has not been wholly delighted with theotlice, and there have been, at various times, rumors of resignation and retirement to .oblivion, otherwise known as Fort Calhoun. Hut of late there have been developments of such a character as to justify Tiik Coukiei: in stating, with more or less jKreitiveness, that he would be in tho Held for renomination. What the governor said in answer to our pointed inquiry makes it absolutely certain, in our opinion, that ho will be a ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 March 1894

t- --fwTiifci' irin iff - 10 THE COURIER CAUSE OF HARD TIMES--THE OUTbOOK. 1JY KKAXK -M. 11I.IMI. yfrlllLE there are many reasons advanced for the terrible bnsi I W I ness depression that came upon our country last year, it lias always seemed to me our trouble in Lincoln and in Nebraska, came more than anything else, from being suddenly called upon to pay our debts. We had been passing through a period of rapid ex pansion and progression and this meant, as it always must, a great deal of borrowed capital. Debtors were in many instances able to offer additional securities but confidence had been destroyed and the creditor for once, must have his money; nothing else would do. There were many reasons assigned for this destruction of confidence: some said the pending tariff legislation, others the free silver agitation, still others the heavy failures in Europe and Australia, crazy speculation, and ex cessive extravagance in living. Whatever the cause or causes the result wan the same. ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 March 1894

11 $& A pleasing and interesting prelude to the Remenyi concert will be the reception at the conservatory on Tuesday afternoon to Remenyi and his company. PadereWBki will visit this country next seasqn; Rosenthal will shortly return, and JosofTy intends to emerge from retirement. THE COURIER a "-." k. ssir;s"r-im m wr- : . I kV There continues to be much interest in the rumored matrimonial aspirations of Governor Crounse. The politicians have concerned themselves in the matter, and it is said that the probability that there is some basis of fact in the rumors that are flying alxnit may have some connection with' the governor's determination to be a candidate for renomination. Mr. John Dorgan denies with some vigor that the purchase of a life sized house and lot is prima facie evidence that he is near unto matrimony. There was a story current on the street this week that a well known citizen who was buried on Tuesday was not deadr bat in a trance. Much serious trouble is expected...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 March 1894

12 THE COURIER msr-ta m .kx. ll HCk WAM HUB: 1 if If ,. 1 " IWV" WCW3B ''J , o -'S J zs-ms" sipnj. flf m r . -xaLmt . ..' Holy Week as was generally expected as been yery quiet. Even those peo ple whose observance or Lent was not after the straightest manner of their sect, have drawn the line closely this leek. Though there has been scarcelv ,- -J X anything doing there has been thought or the future, and plans were made for a number of events that may be expected in the near future. The Patriarchs who have abstained from dancing, as an organization through Lent, will give two more dances this season. The first will be given next week, and the last, fixed for April 11, will be a german. The Empire club will give several more dances, the next one having been arranged for Monday evening. This will be the first formal dance given by the Empire club this season. The coming week will witness a number of other private functions. A notable event in society will be the presentation of "Amon...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 March 1894

THE COURIER 13 i 1 f I 4 X Hi Hollowbush. Miss Marie Jones, Miss Leland.Mr. and Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Koms, Mrs. Howell, Mrs. Harley. Mr. Wilson Winger, Mr. Arthur Walsh, Mr. Frank. Mr. Ames, Mr. Frank Askin, Mr. Clinton R. Lee, Mr. Dern, Mr. Fred White, Mr. Hartley, Mr. Pace, Mr. AndrewB, Mr Dixon. Mr. Webster. Mr. Howard. Mr. Duff. Mr. Willis, Mr. Sedg wick, Mr. Abbot, Mr. George Johnson, Mr. Charley Johnson, Mr. Maghell, Mr. Harry Evans, Mr. Harley Bute, Mr. Elmer Merril. Mr. Mallalieu, Mr. Hebbarrt, Mr. Pizey, Mr. Macfarland, Mr. Hollowbush. Mr. Ward. Mr. Harry Lansing, Mr. Hougton, Mr. Ross Curtis, unn Mr. Walter Cowan of Omaha. The Round Table will meet Monday evening at the residence of Mr. A. J. Sawyer. The Hard Times Whist club was delightfully entertained last Fri day evening by Miss Fay Marshall. The house was prettily deco rated for the occasion. Those present were; Misses Bertie Clark, Mae Burr, Olive Latta, Anne Funke. Rachel Brock, Bertie Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Howe. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 March 1894

musacs&SKas 14 THE COURIER ing theatre Wednesday evening, for the benefit of the poor. This performance is looked forward to with much interest, and is sure to attract a large audience. The complete cast was given in last week's Couiuf.k. ANNOUNCEMENTS. rf'fLif S5)M Ami V 'I i or FWVrafflIS-l f -WTtKHt tit 7W Primrose it West's minstrels gave an en tertainment at the Lansing theatre Satur day evening. We observed the performance carefully, and in our most charitable man ner, and after due deliberation, we decided that it was a very jKKr exhibition of minstrelsy. We determined that, in reviewing the performance, we would sav that Messrs. Primrose and West are depending too much on their past reputation and too little on the merit of their, exhibition to draw the public and the public's money; that there was scarcely anything new on the program and that the new matter was sickly: that Billy Van and the other prin cipal performers were, for the most part dull, and that the entire p...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 March 1894

THE COURIER 15 V ) THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. Some Pertinent Remarks That May Be Thought Impertinent. V "HE present controversy over school affairs will, in the end. prove t beneficial. Heretofore the controversy has been continetl to i the board of education, a very inconsiderate and impractical body of women and men. however much may be said in its defense. It is time the public should take a lively interest in the management of the public schools. So-called non-partisan boards of education have proved Hat failures, regardless of the excellent opportunity offered to them by a confiding public, and we now join the vast number of respectable women and men who ask for results rather than mere sentiment, for the yearly expenditureof S1."0.00 to support the public schools of Lincoln. It is well known, inside and outside of this so-called non-partisan board of education, that there is a Lewis faction, and again there is feigned a Gregory faction, which, with armor and mail, struggles to a ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 March 1894

waamn 10 Storage II. F. Yam-II, I'rop. Capital Storage Co., warehouse G19-G23 South 20th St. kinds packed, moved, stoves a specialty. Hardy Furniture Co., street, or Rudge & Morris Co., 1118-1122 X street, will be promptly attended to. Goods of all shipped or stored, An order left at 211 South 11th "Whitebreast Coal and Lime Co. The Lincoln Coal company, 1015 O street, handles all of the- very best grades of anthracite and bituminous coal. Genuine Coal Creek Canyon and Rock Springs coal at the Whitebreast. Newest style cloaks and waists just re ceived at Herpolsheimer & Co.'s Batavia canned goods at actual cost. MlLLKK & GlFFORD, 1211 O Street. All ask for The i-.ee Broom. For route. St. Louis take the Missouri Pacific City ticketj)ffice 1201 O street. Tourists rates to Florida via the Missouri Pacific route on sale now. City ticket office 1201 O street, Lincoln, Neb. For California take the Missouri Pacific route, via southern route. Hotaling & Son are selling Washb...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 March 1894

THE COURIER 17 '4 4 t A Tltll" TO CALIFMKMA. The Great Rook Island Route is now running a tourist car. leaving Albert Lea every Monday afternoon on the Minneapolis & St. Louis railway, and via Albert Lea, Livermore, Ft. Dodge, Angus, Des Moines, Omaha, Lincoln, Phillipsburgh and Pueblo, runs over the Scenic and Ogden routes to San Fran cisco and Los Angeles. REMEMBER. This is a Phillips-Rock Island tourist car, and is accompanied by a tourist conductor through to the coast, and runs on the fastest trains, and a second class ticket takes you in this car. The rate for berth reservation is low, being only $4 through to the Pacific points, and proportionately less for points en route, and there is no better way to take in the great mid-winter fair. To those who cannot go Tuesdays the great Rock Island route runs another tourist car, leaving Minneapolis every Thursday morning, via Albert Lea, Cedar Falls, Cedar Rapids and Colum bus Junction to Kansas City, and on to Pueblo over the S...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 March 1894

;SS3S3ia 18 THE COURIER ORAM) OPENING I sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbss k sBBBBBBBBBB&rV"V'siB&. bsbbbisIc' I SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBwSBlBflv.vv 'bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbmBbbbbtsYv' ' A YOUNG GIRL'S FORTUNE. AN INTERESTING SKETCH. Kothing appeals so strongly to a mother's affection as her daughter just budding into womanhood. Following is an instance: "Our daughter. Blanche, now 15 years of age, had been terribly afflicted with nervousness, and had lost the entire use of her right arm. She was in such a condition that we bad to keep her from school and abandon her music les sons. In fact, we feared St. Vitus dance, and are positive bat for an invaluable remedy she would have had that terrible affliction. We had employed physicians, but she received no benefit from them. The first of last August she weighed but 75 pounds, and although she has taken only three bottles of Nervine she now weighs 106 pounds; her nervousness and symp toms of St. Vitus dance are entirely gone, she attends s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 March 1894

1 THE COURIER ! i f I ( ; i r CHAS. L. BURR. ATTORNE.V AT LAW. BURR BLOCK. In thf JiiHtirp Court of LmiraHter County, Nelmi.ska. Before L. A, McCanless, justice of the peace. Steuben B. Pound and Lionel" , 0. Burr, partners as Pound & Burr, Plaintiffs. V NOTICE. TS. William J. P. Lawton. Defendant. William J. P. Lawton will tako notice that on the 27th day of Fcbruarj'j 194. L. A. Mc Candless.a justicoof the cace in and for Lan caster county, Nebraska, issued an order of at tachment for the sum of $130. in an action pending before him, wherein Stephen B. Pound and Lionel ('. Burr, partners a- Pcund & litrr are plaintiffs, and William J. P Lawton is de fendant, and that property of the defendan consisting of moneys, goods and credits in the hands of L. C. Dunn, first name unknown, of Lancaster county, have been attached and gar nishced under said order. Said cause was continued to the 13th day of April, 1894, at 9 o'clock a. m. POUND &, BURR, Plaintiffs. By Charles L. Bur...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 24 March 1894

It. r t- StvleS Of Q M. RAYMOND. D. fi. THOMPSON. 4 L VICS U1 Q President. Vice President. I F Foot Wear Q ? h. burnham. d. g. wing. IA 1 1 Bk W Cashier. Assistant Cashier. I If J I B"N always can be Q o.ffunke. I If 1 h' v " 94m y 2J Assistant Cashier. Ill 7 BLSiMSB found at (l V- b M CAPITAL, V250,000 SURPLUS, $15,000 V f ax -& WKHSTEI? & ROGERS, 1043 O STREET. I li .Directors I. M. Raymond, E. E. Brown, S. V H. Burnham, D. . Thompson, C. G. Daw es, C. -f .TV H. Morrill, A. J. Sawyer, Lewis Gregory. F. W. Little. G. M. Lambertson D. G. Wing, S. W. Burnham. (i. 1', Faucon. & NEBRASKA hriiiiiy or MUSIC INCOKPOKATPD- Every department of Music, Art, Elocution, and l .Languages. 1 Vfc.s For catalogues and information. f j Address, O. B. HOWELL, Director, Mil'.' W1N60LN. NKB. SS!3 j Rudge & Morris, Bicycles 1118-1122 N STREET Y 4 fSfir Vfr I rvtfe resting, Indeed, are the many new things in Children's Suits for Spring that have so far arrived. Also Men's Suits and Overco...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 31 March 1894

VOL. 9, NO. 16. '.POt IT It r V f. rtffKJS lOC A. 'V5 O ,--n2 fS.1 N ,- B 0 V ; u K 73 22 2 a H 1 e vim SATURDAY, MARGH 31, 1894. INCO EB29 13 BFfAS Fdl SOCIETY. tjra?''!A IMSK iA J ,-st- N r-" jS c V N.O S fJfMNCE. J L'JOL X' V CN f .kV.o' .V8 ,?i&av -v x'" SWv c' V rw v? ShlParc8 T"061 " ieWaj i Beauties. V ("IIF TutRrTr -. See our T Sc5LjE rOTRR. Windows S35C"-s-Sl05i We keep right at the front in styie. 122b 0 ST. iWIT. WISDOM V. 5TOO t V . -r- . . Mv S. v." W N HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. Hall J3irosu Co., 2 111 1308 O STREET. co . ill j HI - i THE LIKDELL. Cor. 13th and M"Sts. A. I.. HOOVER & SONTProp. RATES $2.00 to $3.00 PER DAY UXHURPASSED. stress, j. c :bi3TwX9 Manicuring afU Hair Dressing Parlors. facial Blemishes RemoveJ. Hair Oxxvis. Ornaments an4 Tnilet Articles. Alexander Block, 114 X. 14th Street. Near O St.. Lincoln, wen. DR. G. F. LADD, DENTIST F. 6. Zehrung, Will remove to 1145 O Street. Funke Opera House block, about March 24, 1S94 A. G. BILLMEYER & CO. I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 31 March 1894

THE COURIER A FULL LINE OF CONVEYANCING. X,RGAI BIAXKS, Commercial Printing;, E II K DINING NRAVI IYPIN IvAW BRIEFS, A SPECIALTV AND PRINTED ON SHORT NOTICE. - We compile ami publish the only DAI LAW fl it I IN LANCASTER COUNT V. No retail house doing a credit business can afford to do without this rejiort. U:i S. TWELFTH STREET. PHONE 31G inv amis se3eko M:rE A man's fancy lightly turns to Spring Glothes THE l'OPCLAK CATKKKKs TO THIS DEMAND AKE J. LIND Sc SON, Custom Tailors 125 MOUTH 12th ST. LINCOLN, NEB. o o o o o Some Beautiful New Spring Styles are Shown. , PRICES REASONABLE. )0n'u V FINISH, STYUE and FIT r are Three of J. Lind & Son's , Strong Points. Let us make your Letter Heads, Catalogue Illustrations and Advertising Designs. Prices bow. Good Ideas. AKvavs on Top. WALLHGE HIOD N. VV. Cor. 14th and P Sts Lincoln, Nebr. Steadily G-rowing: In PojJUlar Favor. Tlie Sunday (w Journal. Iritty CtS. ( Three Months. ,.V m m

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