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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 May 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. RECOLLECTIONS OF THE PAST. Bow General Vallejo Assisted the Early Settlers in California. General Estill as a Dlporaate-Why It Wss Ihat the Lste Judge Daingerfield D:d Not Carry Into EfTcc; His Intention of Using a Hickory Cane on Eiti!:-H.s Return to the Ehasta Mountains. Written for The Srswy Call. A retrospect or the prominent men In public Ills din lilt; the early years of Hie State Govern ment is luieiesliug to the pioneers who survive, and may. enierlam many of later years ana younger age. Of. the conspicuous native Call foruians there are but oue or two who are living. With the deatu of General Valiejo, who was In Ills long and active lifetime of above 80 years the most distinguished of the Spanish blood, one of the last of these fell out of the roll call of [he tiring. Before me American occupa tion Geueial Yallejo was the owner, by Mexican grant, of nearly tony leagues of land lying upon the west tide of San Pablo Bay and Suisun Kay, and reaching to the Paci...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 May 1890

10 (i^\ '''^^asS^S^^^V |f).'^/« ***"^ »w r wflm e Ace ®f THE ACE OF CLUBS. A ROMANCE OF RUSSIA AND SIBERIA, By Prince Josef Luboir.irski, Author of " Safar-Hadji, a Story of Turkistan," etc. corrniujir tm, by mkta de vxbb. X I.— [CON ED). As the search In Lanln*a boon was fruitless, I'alkln bad withdrawn his gendarmes and left Jan.i perfectly free. I: was no! 10 o'clock yet and the clerks lisa not yet begun work in tlie office*, although it was Monday, wbeu Wernin and his daughter entered the Ministry of the Interior and sent their cards to the head of the division. Schelm sent word that lit* was engaged v.illi the Minister and could Dot see them before 7 In Hie veiling. The whole day »a' 10 pass in tills fearful anxiety. No, Jana resolved to call on the Minister himself. i'opolT, however, showed her how dangerous such a step would be. as all the chance of bribing Schelm would thus be lost. "The Minister Knows the whole affair from Bdieim'9 ieport only. He would send us straight bac...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 May 1890

THE THEATERS AND THE PLAYERS. Opening of Mr. Joseph Havrordi in "Paul Kuuvar" sit (he Bnsh To-Morrow Night. ATTRACTIONS FOR THE WEEK No Change at Two Principal Theaters. "The Bubble" at the Alcazar. The Tivoli's Bustling Burlesque. Personal and Other Jottings. European Musical Items—Sulli van's Next Work. The Baldwin and New California are In for a loHulgbl's run with their respective sliows; but UM pace would perhaps be better II "Shenan doal." were at tlie Market-street house niiri the l'ran°atlan tlqnea at tho theater above Ktainy. At least, II would be nioro In accordance with :ii ■ fitness of tilings, unless Mr. Ilayman |'ii>io«es to chance Hie cliaracter ot the Baldwin, as may be the case, for we notice he lias ar ranged to bring the entire London Gaiety Company to that stage shortly In " Faust Up to Date." Hie music-hall en tertainment which Mr. Herrmann has dignified with such a pretentious name Is not sought so much by the elite as It Is Dy th? "lower live," the attend a...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 May 1890

12 Ur \ THE UNDERWRITERS FIRE PATROL. ■Written fur The Sunday Call. Durlug the past week a representative of Thk Call was engaged studying the operations and making sketches or the apartments and ap parattis ol the Underwriters' Fire I'atrol al its new Headquarters, witu a view to poiiraying to Tiik Call's readers some Idea of We working! or this luteiesting and imporiaul adjunct to our city's hie service. The patrol Is organized and conducted to reach the scene <>l a (Ire In the shortest space of time possible, aud everything about the station is arranged with that object chiefly Id view. The pui pose of the patrol Is not essentially the extinguishing of a lire. That woik Is llglilfully the Kiic Derailment's; yet, being on the sceue early, It otten succeeds in checking the progress of a flic or extinguishing a blaze lv its inci|)lency. Their chief otijeet Is to reach the scene of a fire at Ihe veiy earliest stage la Its pmeress possible, and when there arrived spread rubber c...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 May 1890

VOLUME LXVII-NO- 166." HALF A MILLION. The Great Hyde Park Labor Demonstration, 1 Procession in ___ic_ There Were Two • Hundred Thousand Panders. Premier Sagasta and the Eight-Hour Move • ment—Rioting at Roubaii— The Chicago Strike. Special by the California Associated Press. London. May 4.— To-day's labor demonstra tion has seldom been equalled. The most mod erate estimate of the number taking part id the Hyde Park meetings are half a' million. Two hundred thousand came la the procession and SOO.OOO gathered at will. One hundred and fifty bauds of music were iv the procession. Tbe largest number of men was under the leadership o! the trades council, a non-socialistic body. A less numerous contingent acknowledged Hie leadership of tbe Central Committee, which leans strongly toward socialism. The third division was under the control of a socialistic organiza tion. A MARKED CONTRAST. The Social Democratic Federation of Trades Council's procession, badly led, was little better than a s...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 May 1890

2 v^^^?4Sl© tea m^ !***-«• f\ -*- \ f ' 'HcK > ' ' v'KF' ! i -1 '/ / -^ t^ z ~-'^^ •**\aW ha* \M A ROMANCE OF RUSSIA AND SIBERIA, By Prince Josef Lubomirski, Author of " Safar-Hadji, a Story of Turkistan," etc. COPYRIGHT 1890. BY 31 ETA DE VERB. XIII.— CONTISr ED. The snow was frozen bard aud glittered on tbe fields, reflecting every ray of the sun, lv all the colors of the rainbow. Below on the valley the Volga flowed as though through an enormous, narrow pass. Everywhere all things were white with golden Mars". The load, which here faithfully follows the river, looks like another nai row defile, sur passing the former iv depth. To the left the horizon is boundless, to the right a dark line of evergreen forests confine the view. This black edge gives to the landscape the appearance of a mourning dress, made lor a gigantic woman. Black and white meet, contrasting violently. Not a cloud on the sky, not a breath of air stilling. 1 lie sun shines m full splendor, but Ibe lavs ire ra...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 May 1890

THE SOCIAL WORLD How May-Day Week Was Celebrated. The Blair Luncheon on Tan Ness Avenue. The Sufro Dinner Party on Thursday Evening. Wedding of Mr. W. W. Gascoyne and Miss Wood. jf The Barreda Reception at the Occi dental Hotel. The Van Ness Seminary Lunch by the Graduates. Marriage of Ensign Ward, U. S. N., and Miss Carman. The Cohen Masquerade at Alameda on Friday Right The Healey Luncheon on the Bear Last Wednesday Afternoon. Nuptials of Mr. Frank Hicks and Hiss Carrie Childs. A Delightful Tug Party on the Bay on Saturday Afternoon. The Final Hop of the Season at the Presidio. Wedding of Mr. J. H. Akers and Miss Tonnesin in Solano. The Oakland Kindergarten Entertain ment on Thursday Sight. The Chase Musicale on' Monday a Success. Engagement Holes — Private Gathsrings. Society Fertonsls— Parties to Take Place—Etc Tbe past week has been remarkable for the number and variety of the entertainments which marked the social life of the city. Although there were but few affairs which hav...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 May 1890

4 . THE MORNING CALL na» « larger circulation than any other ' newspaper nnl>liKli<»<l in San Francisco. mSLICATION OFFICE: rrr> Montgomery street, near Clay, open 'until 11 ©clock P. M. DRAM II OFFICES: 710 Market itreet, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; 389 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock: 603 ].mLlu Mi-ret, open until 9:30 o'lock, and 251 d Si lsiion street, opan until 9 o'clock p. m. SITBSCKIFTIOJI ; KATES: ■ ■ DAILY CALL (Including. Sundays), $15 per year by rail, postpaid: 15 cents per week, or B5 cents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, five copies three months. $6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve . rages), SI 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL Mid ■WEEKLY (ALL *2 60 par year, postpaid. ■« J.EhI.Y CALL (eight pages), ?1 25 per year, post lald. Clubs or ten (sent to one address), frit*. AUCTION SALES TO-DAY. irEMinii.-liy SI. J. Simmons, at 1057 Market St., at 11 o clock. Din BofeSK.— Edward S. Spear, at 31 Sutler M-, at 10 o'clock. i KNiTiKK...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 May 1890

BISINF.SS rrnANCTtS. Q.-,flAfl FIRST-CLASS CAN -STORE AND ijOKJKJKJ. mauuractory for sale: one of most choice locations on Kearny at.; kept by present owner 10 years; handsome store ; five shop : large, profitable trade; owner is leaving the city: be will remain with a buyer until fully able to run the busi- ness: has best class of hired help. Apply K. KENNY, 22 Kearny sL It <CGnn RESTAURANT. CLEARING $150 PER COU-. month, fur sale; doing a trade or over $40 per day; 2 weeks' trial allowed before you pur- Uiase: established 12 years: Is on one of our bait streets; owner will remain with you until fully able to run it, which Is very easy. Apply K. KEN 1 , __ Kearny st. ___ <_•"! mA EITHER LADY OB GENTLEMAN; Olluu. clearing $125 per month; first-class comer store; books, stationery, candy. Ice-cream soda una general variety: flue corner IntheWea. em Xii.iltion; large traue; the cable-cars pass the door- large stock; best of reasons for selling; owner will remain with buyer until...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 May 1890

6 THE SOCIAL WORLD. ((rt finned 1 from Third rage.) Mr. Harry Ellis, Miss Lizzie Green, Miss Minnie Green, Air. J. Dahln, Miss McCrlndle, Air. G. Birmingham, Miss Pollard, Air. Bert Sherman, Miss L. Dieke, Air. S. Patterson, Miss Lou Ross, Mr. A. B. Alarston, Miss Betulce Wayne. Mr. F. E. Adams, M Iss Cora Lelst, Miss Alay McArdle, Miss Nellie Turner, Allss Lillie Fisher, Aliss Maboney, Miss Alaud Burgess. Allss Ida Aloore, Miss Minnie Kitchen, Miss Lillie Smith, Allss A. Sebwelchler; Alessrs. li. Llssner, H. Llssner, Frank de Camp, Baxter Sedg'ey, Ed Weldier, O. M. F'arwell, B. Bariels, E. Alulvey, A. 1.-ntz, J. Green, Engine FTaser, John Me Hugh, L. W. Dcnnlsuu, Frank Buckley, William Angel, K. Wheeler. Louis Wolfe, Bert Parker, C. Law rence. Alums Jellet. James Jellet, Wilfred Smith, Charles Heeseman, Charles Hall, J. B. eland, Fied Gaiter, Alex Woods. W. K. Morse, J. B. Drake, 0. Pollen, N. A. Stanley, Jack Kitchen, Walter J. Smith. Ihe Vincrnt-GoreT-n Wedding. Very auspicious w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 May 1890

SEA AND SHORE. The United States Corvette Ma rion Damaged in a Gale. "Work Begun on the Wreck of. the Prince Alfred — Boat-Thieves nt Work on the Water Front— Movements of Ships. A number of tire crew of ihe United Slates corvette Marion, which arrived ou Friday from Yokohama, were ashore yesterday taking In the .l"hts. liny slate that ou the passage from Kobe to Nagasaki the Marion encountered a very heavy Rale, and while pitching and laboring It airly sire lost her Hying jibboom and jib boom, Die latter snapping off just outside the can. A heavy rain squall accompanied the blow, and the men bad a rough time of It. AH the wreck age was secured and got on board. 1 it in all accouuls Ibe record made by the Ma liou on ll.e Astatic station was a particularly en viable one. The corvette not only surpassed every other vessel in the Asiatic squadron by the excellence of her gunner; attainments, out stood at tire head of the list of every ship iv the navy. Virile on tue Asiatic station fou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 May 1890

8 FRISCO HAD A CLOSE CALL. An Extra Inning Game on Local Grounds. A Bow in Sacramento Ends in N. O'Neil's Arrest. Umpire Chipman and the Oakland Captain Have a Bet-To on the Diamond— tests on the Coast. The home team won yesterday's game with the Stocktons, but tbey deserved to lose It. After obtaining a big lead, la the seventh they allowed tbelr opponents to tie the score, while only one safe hit was made by the grangers. Theu both learns settled down to hard work and neither tide scored for three Innings. Two safe hits In tbe eleventh gave Frisco one run, the only one earned out <■'. __$* ten credited to the team. Tne contest wan not a brilliant one and became In teresting rnly after the seveuth Inning, when the learns were tied ou the score- board. There were few pretty pays and the work was generally of an ordinary character. The audience was a small one for Sunday. A big stretch of empty benches showed i.p from the bleachers, and lhe grand stand ba_ many reserved seats unfi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 May 1890

VOLUME LXVII-NO. 167. RETURNING TO WORK Chicago Strikers Accept Their Employers' Terms. tbe Few York Carpenters Bin Their Fight for tie Eight-Hour Day. P^^^^pp|HßH_Bß^Qpspßßß_-P_f_Hß Inquiry Into the "Sweating" Method In London— Legislation Urged— at Prague and Hamburg. Special by the California Associated Press. Chicago, May s.— At nearly all the great manufacturing establishments a majority of the workers who went out on a strike Friday were back at work to-day, the most of them uuder conditions against which they rebelled two days ago. At McConnick's ft full force reported for duty. Two-thirds of the employes of Wells, French & Co.'s shops were at work at the former rate. At the Ajax Forge Company and Griffin & Wells Company work was go ing on, tlio men having returned, pending the future adjustment of their troubles. The situation at the Malleable Iron Works was the same as on Saturday. A commit tee will wait upon the company to arbitrate their differences, with prospect...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 May 1890

2 SUPER VISORS. An Audience Given Kentucky. Street Protestants. Aid Asked for the Eight-Hour Movement. The Site for ths Girls' School— A Special Privilege Lost-Police Signals. """ At lasl evening's meeting of the Board of Supervisors the objections of the protest ant, against the proposed work of paving , -Kentucky street were considered. The chamber was packed by persons Interested therein. < mas V. O'Brien, attorney for the Potrero Land and Water Company, sent a telegram withdrawing the protest of that corporation against the paving under an - assessment district. P. Peterson objected to the work, as it would be assessing him twice for the same purpose and would be unjust, lt would - only benefit the railroad and the butchers, who had really ruined the property in that I vicinity, and the road is simply designed to keep the butchers where they are. A DISTESCTIOS CLAIMED. George Godfrey said that he had already . paid half as muclLas his property is worth. . If Kentucky streWwas...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 May 1890

WAS PRATT INSANE? Attorney Foote Will Attempt to Show That He Was. Witnesses for ths Prosecution Thin. He Was Out of His Mind-Sensational Evi dence for the Defense. When the George C. Pratt trial, for the shooting of Louis L. Bromwell, was called in Judge Murphy's court yesterday morn ing the Judge stated that as it would prob ably occupy three days he would put the trial of Arnold, for the killing of Garness, for Thursday morning. Prosecuting Attorney nosmer then made a brief statement of the case for the prose cution, and Daniel Mycr was placed on the stand and testified that he was a Director in the California Insurance Company, and baa gone lo the office as soon as ho heard of the shooting. Saw Pratt, who was appar ently calm and admitted that he had fired tbe shots. W. B. English was then called and stated that he bad seen Pratt in jail after the shooting, and that the latter did not seem to be in his right mind. He had never heard Pratt make threats against Bromwell or any one...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 May 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL pun a larger circulation than any other newspaper |<ul>ljslhml in San Francisco. rVIJLICATION OFFICE: rrß Montcomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock p. M. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market Fireet, near Kcarny,oi<eu until 12 o'clock midnight; : •; !• Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock; 603 l.arkin street, open until 8:30 o lock, and '.5618 ili&slon Mnet, opsn until 9 o'clock r. m. SI HSCr.irTION KATES : PAII.Y CALL (Including Sundays), *8 per year by mail, postpaid; 15 routs per week, or 65 cent* per ■ cslmflar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, five ii i let three months. 98 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve rages), SI 00 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL aid WEEKLY CALL fS BO per year, postpaid. ■ V* iJihl.V CALL (eight pages). $1 25 per year, post laili. Clubs of ten imtii to one address), flu. AVCIKIN SALES TO-DAY. Fmrnnnua.— a* Ohas. Levy, at 536 California 6t.. at 0 o'clock. FirKNTTTOK.— By E. S. Spear & Co., at 2201 Scott St., at 11) o'clock. J-i ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 May 1890

■ IiLSINKSS riIANCKS. ft .-.(((. RCSINESS MEN, -ATTENTION!— CooUU. Partner wanted lv legitimate wholesale iranufa.tiirlng business, employing 32 hands; handling and manufacturing staple merchandise used ln .-very line of trade, with large orders, suffi- cient to run fullest capacity for months: has all tire latest modern Improved machinery, in first-class running order: a full and complete stock or raw and manufactured goods and regular trade, clearing $500 per month; and with the assistance of an live, working partner the profits can be Increased one- half: this offers one or the most solid, profitable ai.d successful businesses In the State; proprietor young man of undoubted business ability, and refers to all landing wholesale bouses. Particulars GEO. isTKWAKT. 135 Kearny St. It ftiljfi FIRST-! LASS COFFKE SALOON AND r»t_l ».)_". restaurant; partner wanted to take charge cash-counter rr.-.d dlulug-rooms; 70 chairs; hand- some place: living rooms: rent cheap; owner flrst- elass co...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 May 1890

6 PKRSoy.__.H. HOME INVALIDS: TREATMENT, "SAL- lsbury Method." DR. MILLEB, Thirteenth and Howard sts. my 6 12m LESSONS GIVEN ON GCITAB ONLY; NINE 12 years' experience as teacher; terms very mod- erate. MRS. SIBYL A. SPENCER. 106 Mason. 6 6m DR. HAMPTON— EYE, EAR, THROAT AND chronic ailments. Room 6. Murphy Bldg.myO I in INFORMATION WANTED OF GEORGE ROBIN- SON, who left Denver with bis wife a short time ago; his brother JAMES died recently In Lincoln, Nebr., and GEORGE is wanted in Cheyenne. Wyo., to take charge or his interest there. E. L. TOMB- _t__ Alameda, CaL my 6 3t Y. OUNG MAN OF GOOD APPEARANCE AND good character, established in large business, would like to meet lady under 30, with some means; object matrimony. Address F. 0. Box 207, Call Branch Offlce, 2618 Mission st my 6 3f» THE AUSTRALIAN WHO WENT TO AND FROM Oakland with a German, Monday, please send ad- uresa to P.. Box 123, Cam. Braech Ofllce. It" IF YOU DON'T THINK WE ARE SELLING first-class groceries and provisions ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 May 1890

THE THEATERS. Presentation of "Paul Kauvar" Under Disadvantages. fiaworth's Clever Acting as the Hero—Strik ing Pictures— Soap Babble"— G.od Business at the California. Circumstances were not favorable to a I first-class presentation of "Paul Kauvar" 1 at the Bush-street last evening. The arri- I val of the company from the northern cir- I cuit was tardy, and the scenery was not in f place till a short time befoie 8 o'clock. Be [ sides, there was a change in the f cast. In consequence of the death of Charles XI. Vandenboff at Providence Hopllal, Seattle, on Wednesday morning, April 30th, Joseph Ransome took the part of the Due de Beaumont, and C. E. Boardman that of Came, usually played by Ransome. Owing to these and other mishaps, the mu sicians were not seated in the music-box till "5 minutes past S, and the cur tain did not rise till half-past. The long wait, however, was enlivened by some .craps of rehearsal quite audible to the audience, although the rehearsers wore hidden by t...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 May 1890

8 TOWN ELECTIONS. Contests for Political Honors in Several Places. Arrest of an Eastern Han at Portland on a Charge of Embezzlement la_con?er Totes to Rebuild the Court- House— Accidental Drowning of a Bo; in Skeena River. Special try the California Associated Tress. '-. Visalia, May s.— The city election here to-day elicited much interest. Three tick ets were in the field— straight Republican, straight Democratic and Citizens' mixed. The principal fight was for the Marshal ship, the saloon men and their friends mak ing a strong pull for Gilliam, the straight Democratic candidate. The votes are al most counted. The indications are that the entire Democratic ticket is elected, with the possible exception of the Treasurer. The majorities are quite large. The Coun cilmen-electare Thomas Barnes, Grunbaum, Mitchell and Birkenhauer; Marshal, Gill ian.: Assessor, Brown; Recorder, Neill. School Trustees— Wallace, Bradley, Row land, Bell and Dr. Pendergrast Guiding*, the Republican candidate...

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