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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 5 July 1895

SEAECH FOE DOLLABS WAS SUCCESSFUL ONLY IN SAN FRANCISCO. Elusive Yellow Shiners as Scarce as the Proverbial Hen's Tecth-Uoth Gold anj Silver KccoKuizcd by Our Constitution and La we). Almost Unobtainable. The advocates of tlie one dollar stand ard have raked the otiieial records of Congress and the speeches aud letters of the fathers of the natiou for evidence to show that there never was any in tention of having silver money coined for any other purpose than that of mere token money, and they claim that they have established a fact that the fjold dollar was the real and only dol lar of the daddies. And they hold that even now the little yellow piece of metal is the true and safe and sound and only honest unit of the measure of values; that in fact the silver piece, being cumbersome, common and fickle, could well be dispensed with aud rele gated to the sole use of effete mon archies and pauperized republics. A Chicago man the other day thought he would like to have a few samples of ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 5 July 1895

Cf?e3nbepenbent Entered at the Plymouth Post Office as second class matter. A. K. ZIMMKKMAN, A. 1). SMITH. ElHTOKS AND PllOPRIETOKS. SUltSCKU'TIOX PIIIC'K. One Year $l-r0 Six Months 75. It is not the number of laws a legis lature passes which is the measure of its value, but the laws which are needed for the common good of the people. Tin: republicans of the twenty-fourth and twenty-sixth joint districts of Ohio, at their convention Tuesday chose as State senators for that district, Jas. A. (Jarfield and 1 Whittlesey. (larfield is a son of the late President Garfield. It is a peculiar trait of some writers, when explaining the meaning of 1 to 1 in the money issue, how they go a great distance and lay considerable stress upon the price of silver to-day. They will tell their readers that a silver dollar is worth only 1 cent?, and some put it as large as 47-1S cents. 15ut offer then that amount claimed for a silver dollar, then hear them kick! Consistency, thou art a jewel. Thi:ki: are...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 5 July 1895

M. Lauer & (Efye3nbepenbent NOTICE. To the Tax-payers and Citizens of Marshall County: You and each of you are hereby noti fied that the firm of RYAN & JOSEPH are prepared to give you a LIBERAL CASH DISCOUNT on every pair of SHOES or . SUIT of CLOTHES you wish to purchase. Men's Clothing, Boys' Clothing, Children's Knee Suits, 2,500 Pairs of Shoes, Suitable for MEN, WOMEN, and CIIILDKEX. The Best Grade and Latest Styles. All must go. This firm is doing a large business and need more room. Whether you wish to purchase or not call and see them. They will treat you kindly. North of Postoffice, PLYMOUTH, IND. ci-iuici nets. fiust ri:Esi;"'Kiii.YX cnri:cii. IIf.nuv JlAiiurn k. l';itr. Kemilar Sun. lay iiiorniiKr service, k::m. Keular Sunday even ing service, 7:3). SaMath school, ljitnt. ".Junior Kmleavor SiM-Ii-ty, r::u . m. Senior Knli-avor Soeiety, c: j. in. l'rayrr nitM tiiitr every Thur day evenirn; at 7:3. Voting Laiiiev Auxiliary Society .Monday evi-niiitr. Ladies' Society,...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 5 July 1895

THE OTHER ONE. Bweet little maid with winsome ys That laughs all day through tangled hair. Gazing with baby looks so wise Over the arm of the oaken chair. Dearer than you is none to me, Dearer than you there can be nont, Since in your laughing face I see Eyes that tell of another one. faere where the firelight softly glows, Sheltered and safe and snug and warm, What to you is the wind that blows, Driring the sleet of the winter storm? Round vour head the ruddy light Glints on the gold from your tresses spun. But deep is the drifting snow to-night Over the head of the other one. Hold me close as you sagely stand. Watching the dying embers shine; Then shall I feel another hand That nestled once in this hand of mine; Toor little hand, so cold and chill. Shut from the light of stars and sun. Clasping the withered roses still That hide the face of the sleeping one. Laugh, little maid, while laugh you may; Sorrow comes to us all, you know; Better, perhaps, for her to stay Under the drifti...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 5 July 1895

All Out of Sorts Tired, w eak and weary. If tlii3 - is your condition, stop and th'nk. You are a suf ferer from dyspepsia, and grat misery awaits you if you do net check it now. Hood's Sarsaj arilla is the best medicine you can take. It has peculiar power to tone and strengthen the stomuca. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the only true tlood purifier prominently In the public eye to-day. $1; six for $3. I l D ! I I - net harmoniously with HOOG S rlllS llood Sarsaparilla. 25c Prepared ISrcakfast "While Asleep. Somnambulism lias in all ages fur nished many curious illustrations, and among thorn may be noted one that occurred in a Utiea, N. Y., residence a few days ngo. The husband and wife were aroused by the breakfast bell ringing in the middle of the night They arose aud discovered that it was 2 o'clock, but on going down to the dining-room they found breakfast waiting for them. They were greatly alarmed at the condition of things, for they at first Imagined that the hired girl had suddenly ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 5 July 1895

1 Hibbard Items. Mr. Evertte Clifton is on the sick list. Mrs. Ellen Bower is a victim of the mumps. Miss Lottie Huffman, formerly of this place, is now a resident of Knox. Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Davis, June 28, a girl. Miss Lizzie Listenberger was the guest ofMissIIattieWilson;last Sunday. : Preaching at this place again next Saturday night, by Ilex. Kennedy. Mrs. Uretha Lowry was the guest last Saturday, of her sister-in-law, Mrs, Shepherd. Mr. George Young and wife, of Ply mouth, visited a few hours with Jas. "Wilson and family, Sunday evening. Mrs. Frank Sheppard and sister, Mer tie Lowry, made a Hying trip to Ply mouth, one day last week. Mrs. Belle Clemens, of Marion, Ind., was the guest of Mrs. M. E. Wilson, last "Wednesday, p. m. Mrs. W. W. Osborn, of Ober, passed through "our place last Friday, on her way to Plymouth. Mrs. Johnson and her daughter, Mrs. Foster (Sroves, were visiting friends in Burr Oak, last Friday evening. We understood that Peter Listenber ger will sta...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 12 July 1895

Cotaety edepeedeet PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JULY 12. 1895. Vol. I. No. 3S 44 Men's Suits all wool at $3.19 with Suspenders. p s A. Woods Cassimere j suit, a pair of shoes, a 1 pair of Socks, a shirt, a il necktie, a hat, a pair of suspenders for $4.89. 8 TIPS J Altaian Big Bargain G-ivers. I Announce BedRpck Prices on Binding Twine, Buck Lead, Plymouth Wagons, Call and investigate Before Purchasing. Kitcham & Wilson. Brakentan G. W. Fisher Knocked Off a Car and Narrowly Misses Death. While switching in the L. E. & W. yards, at 11:30 o'clock this morning, G. W. Fisher was knocked off the side of a freight car by an order board in front of the depot. "While in the act of mounting to top of the car he was struck under the arm and knocked to eth ground. lie fell between the wheels of the moving train and the depot plat form, where for a moment he was in a dangerous position. He retained his presence of mind, however, and suc ceeded in getting himself beyond th...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 12 July 1895

X (Cfye3nbcpenbcnt VSIMMKUMAIV cc .MIT 1 1 , Publishers and Proprietors PLYMOUTH, - INDIANA. GOODS UP IN FLAMES! HEAVY LOSS IN A CHICAGO 4 ) STORAGE WAREHOUSE. ousebold Effects Valued at $50,000 Totally Destroyed and Almost With out Insurance Pilgrims Meet Death in a Wreck-Ice in Several States. Only Walls Left. Fire destroyed $120,000 worth of prop erty in the Parry storage warehouse, Xos. 15S and 1G0 West Monroe troet, Chicago, the other night. Household poods belong ing to over 50O people and valued at $50, 000 were totally consumed. Little of this property was insured. Norton Pope owned the buildings, which were worth $35,000 and insured for $20,000. George Tarry, the warehouse man. had a furni ture store at Xo. 100 with a stock and warehouse fixtures valued at S35.000. Only charred walls are left standing in front and roar, the larger part of the west wall bavins fallen during the progress of the fire. The origin of the lire is un known. The only explanation is found in the fac...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 12 July 1895

SIXTEEN TO ONE. I 0! what is the cry, that is rending the sky AH orer the South and the West? From far and from near the slogan wo hear, ; With never a pause or a rest. Though faint iu the East, it is ever in creased 1 As you follow the course of the sun, fTill the Iiockies are passed iu a wild i trumpet blast ' For silver at sixteen to one! It sounds to the tramp in the far mining camp, Then comes over mountain and plain, .Till caught from the mouth of the planter down South, While the farmer takes up the refrain. Wherever 'tis found, 'tisn magical sound And a wonderful work it has done. Here, there, everywhere, it is tilling the air: Free silver at sixteen to one! From the far Golden Gate unto Wash ington State, Thence east to Superior's beach. Take your course, and then skip down the broad Mississip Till the shores of Kentucky you reach; Up the fair Ohio past Virginia go, Then eastward the boundary run; You will thus understand that three fourths of the land Is howling for sixtee...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 12 July 1895

Cl?e3nbepenbent Entered at the riunouth Pt Office as second- t-la matter. A. I.. ZI MM HUMAN. A. I). SMITH. FlMTOKS AM I'KOPHIKTOKS. si'ijs( niiTHx rincK. )w Year Six Mouth .$1."i0 Thkuk are sixty-live tin plate mills in operation in the United States. On: sister State of Illinois has a law .now compelling barber shops to be closed on Sundav. Tiik reports regarding crops in Da kota, give it the largest cereal crop this vear ever bei ore known. The National Teachers' association met at Denver, Col., July 5th and 6th. There were 3,5X) teachers present. It is said that Chauncy Depew has sucumbed to the bewitching inlluence of a New York heiress Capital $8.0C0,(XX). IIktaliatino measures have been entered into by Newfoundland against the United States. The cause the re cent tariff changes. Tin: Chicago evening Tost suggests the name "Sarah" for the new baby at Uray (Jables, because Sarah signifies a "princess of the multitude." FisiUMi and the duties of state were laid aside yesterday a...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 12 July 1895

NOTICE. To the Taxpayers and Citizens of Marshall County: You and each of you are hereby noti fied that the firm of RYAN & JOSEPH are prepared to give you a LIBERAL GASH DISCOUNT on every pair of SHOES or SUIT of CLOTHES you wish to purchase. Mens Clothing, Boys Clothing, Children's Knee Suits, 2,500 Pairs of Shoes, Suitable for MEN, WOMEN, and CHILDREN. The Rest Grade and Latest Styles. All must go. This firm is djing a large business and need more room. "Whether you wish to purchase or not call and see them. They will treat you kindly. North of Postoffice, PLYMOUTH, IND. (Ef?e3nbepenbent LOCAL EVENTS. r ROM MONDAY'S DAILY. "Walter "White has been ill for a few days. Tabe Howe has been ill for a few days past. Judge Capron spent Saturday at Lake Maxenkuckee. Dr. Viets transacted business inBour bon, Saturday. Miss Dora Stegman, of Ft. Wayne, is visiting in the city. Tli3 haiTi o: Ms. T. 1. Wirv.a;; i not improving. Mrs. T. M. Orr, of this city is quite ill at Rochester. (ieorge...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 12 July 1895

THE OLD FARM HOUSE. Ton fellows in the city, although great yon may have grown. Though wealth you hare in plenty, and fame you call your own; You fellows In the city, who in early child hood days, Romped among the meadows in the coun try's green by-ways, I know you sometimes sicken of the citya dust end heat, And your eyes grow blurred while looking at the long and crowded street, Till It fades into the country's lanes and fields you used to roam. And on memory's canvas then is spread the old farm home. The old farm home With the blooming apple orchard, With the little garden plot. With the milk house cool and dripping, With the level pasture lot;. With the roosters loudly crowing, With the cackling of hens. With the singing of the meadow larks. And chattering wrens; There's no pictures done by painters From Paris or from Rome, That can thrill you like the memories Of the old farm home. Tou fellows in the city, don't you some times wish that you Could sit on the kitchen porch just l...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 12 July 1895

BEST IN THE WORLD. 'MI I m 7 n THE RISING SUSI STOVE POLISH ia cakes for general blacking of a stove. TUG SUN PASTB POLISH lor a quick after-dinner shine, applied and pol ished with a cloth. Hone Bros. Traps., Canton. Maas.. U.S. A A Lecture for $10. The business of furnishing essays, orations and other literary wares to college students continues to flourish. The prices range from 33 cents to 00 cents per 100 words, according to the style, length, and nature of the sub Ject. High school orations and essays range from ?." to J?S, college essays, ora tions and debates, $3 to $13, and lec tures from $10 up. Some of the college authorities lately applied to the pestof fice department to have the companys circulars shut out from the privileges of the mails, but the department finds that it possesses no authority for doing so. Some women are so kind that they marry men merely because they sym pathize with them. Galveston Xews. AMBITIOÜS WOMEN HAKE HEEÖE5 CP 3IEN. Sie Will Brave Anything ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 12 July 1895

Argos Snaps. riymouth wants the rain bringers. "Where's Argos ? Mrs. O. K. Hess and daughter Loure jja, leave for Boston Monday. The toot of the threshing machine engineer can be heard any day now. Slayter& Hess are preparing to move Jnto their new building, about the 15th or 10th inst. Mr. and Mrs. L. JJalger, of Fort "Wayne, stopped with friends between trains Monday. Quite a wind storm prevailed in Argos Sunday night but rain was al most a failure. Mrs. B. C. Schoonover accompanied Mrs. Hess last Monday to Boston. The trip will be made via l'eru. The Allman, Davis and Hauck families are enjoying a two weeks camping at lake Maxinkuckee. AVm. Everly and family spent the Fourth in Argos. Also County Super intendent S. S. Fisk and family. The Fourth of July was a grand success and every body says they had a good time and will come again. Harvey Farington has moved into the old livery barn, where he has opened up a carriage, wagon and paint shop. Core & Alleman are preparing t...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 19 July 1895

CoMoty 3 tlPI T Ts vv W3 T a n r? Vol. I. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FKIDAY, JULY 19, 1895. No. 3;. .i 1 , i . i - i - 3 44 Men's Suits all wool at 83.19 with Suspen ders. TIPS. A. Woods Oassimere ult. a pair of shue. a paii- of nrks, a liirr. a necktie, a hat, a pair of siispemlers for $4.S9. IVL A nan& 3Ä U f n a si 1 SLA A Big Bargain Givers. BURGLARIZED. Ball & Carabin the Unfortunate Victims. For the second time in less than two months thieves broke into the store of Hall fc Carabin at the corner of La Porte and Michigan streets last night. Entrance was secured by prying off the latch of a window fronting on the alley. It was evidently the work of novices, probably boys. Several suits of clothing were taken together with a large quantity of jewelry. After hauling over several large piles of clothing left scattered promis cuously on the iloor the thieves turned their attention to the cashiers drawer and the jewelry case but did not at tempt to open the safe. In ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 19 July 1895

(D?e3nbcpcubcn t ZIMMEHMA' Ä, ?SM I'JPI I , Publishers and Proprietors PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. DEATH CHAIK WAITS. WOMAN MAY PAY THE DREADED PENALTY. Nicaragua May Cancel Canal Conces sions Because of Delay Nebraska Desperadoes May Have Been Lynched Oreaon Stage Held Up. Maria Barbcri Sentenced to Death. Maria Barberi, who murdered her lov er, Dominico Cataldo, at New York, be cause he abandoned her, was found guilty of murder in the first degree, and will, if the verdict is allowed to stand, be the first woman condemned to deatli fcinoe the passage of the law making electrocu tion the death penalty. The case will be taken to the Court of Appeals, and if that court does not order a new trial the Gov ernor will be appealed to to commute the sentence to imprisonment. The Record er's charge was unfavorable to the de fendant. He said in conclusion: "You must exemplify justice ly your verdict. A jury has nothing to do with mercy. The law knows no distinction of persons. The law does not hold w...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 19 July 1895

THE SILVER DOLLAR. They talk about "sound money," and they sigh and preach and sing; But the "soundest" of all money ia the dollar with a ring! The dollar that is brighter than silver sunshine's gleam; With a jingle that is sweeter than "the music of a dream!" "Jingle, jingle!" So it goes! 'Tis a solace for our woes, And it makes a fellow happy. While its rhythmic music flows. They talk about "sound money," but the soundest note of all Is the tintinnabulation in a silver dollar's fall! How it gives the world its color! how it makes the winter spring! And the whole creation dance to a silver dollar's rin.s! "Jingle, jingle!" So it goes! 'Tis a solace for our woes. And the winds grow sweet with rausie, And the world with honey flows! They talk about "sound money." Let the silver dollars chime. And the whole world will go singing "down the corridors of time!" They gleam with nooday splendor; they are suns serene and bright, They 'make splendid every morning, and they glorify the night!...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 19 July 1895

channel with ll.e i.. .".if :: i'r.t iH-es , of time. Twenty minutes is i.n : sidered al out a proper ii:::e for the preacher 1 occupy with his everu.g sermon. In fart, it is tacit !y Ur Lituten n: ;iiisl t i s av.d Ihei:- c .. grega'. i !:s tha. the siai -i:- s!u!i r. CCl?c3nbcpenbcnt PLYMOUTH Wednesday, August 7. II;:. il'.'lti . A. ". m y. : ' J ;" A !. MI I! II. I-..- THE WORLD'S LARGEST. GRANDEST, BEST AMUSEMENT t NSTlTOTJOtt. I i e t" !'i:Lr, and so well i- this in ! i.. j '" J j jajer thinks ! hat . .1.. A Wa: I ;!. Kngiav.l w :i sle.u'e the a; ::i Tin xv i- !. .!.' j-lightest iHiC'.st'.i-n urn ;e-a:.- j lüg i iuf . - - - i Mr. IJi.aixk omv said tint ur y A I):-i-.t :i ir..!u Indianapolis t. . .i.;,., is ,:wt-ries aaia-t the e the Chicago KeiW,. gives West Huden, j v;etio:is 0r ,IR.n;- 'j'iiis is ti;.- expe this State, the recitation of being I he j ; f , , 0i)St.rv:,.L, 1,,,i)!ls. u is Monte Carlo, of America. An allege I Austrian Maiia. society at Kingston, N. V , seems to ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 19 July 1895

HOW GOLF IS PLAYED nit: r;.vin n ni'cmii: a ii is this cov XTV. AH Over Am;rlrn People Ilnve Tnkeu K!nll In Till Ancient Seotih Spiirt-Siimr IlifUoult io iu , the Way f dir lletfinncr. To T ho uninitiated tin-re isn't much to ihe old Scoteh f.rniiic of poll', says the Milwaukee Wisconsin. Put nx one begins to play unending difficulties are encountered ami it requires no end of practice and haul work to fully mas tor the sport. None but tho strong and nble-ltodied, the Ibhe and supple, tho quirk ami agile may ilay polf as it should bo played. Tho panic con sists in driving a small rubber of gutta-pen ha ball over a course pro vided with a number of holes, usually eighteen all tho way from 1 h yard", j to ,VoO yards apart, ly means of clubs . of various shapes. Notwithstanding tin apparent simplicity of tlie pa me. limine with lifo ami jollity and strong excitement. ) Any number of players may play 1 polf. though it is usually by two and j threes. When two are playinp the ball j is st...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 19 July 1895

CEI?c3nbcpcnbeiit CHURCHES. riKsT ri:i:sr.YTi-:i:iAX ciirmi. IIkm:v Mai: ttk. l'ator. lNular Suinlay iimriiiiiir sitv'u-. 1::. hr-'iilar Sunday v-ii-hvz sTirr. T::i. Sabkith m-IumiI. .Jmur KiiiU-avor StK-M'tv, .v.:io p. in. senior Kiil'avnr SM-'u tv. r.::i . in". lraT iiu-Hin:: every 1'liiir--lay e'eiiiim at !:K Yoimii l.alie" Auxiliary SMietv .Mumlav evenhr'. l.ailie'SM-u ty.eU'!.v Fritlav alt-iinMii. I..-ulis' .Missionary o-ily. Iirt Veln'iiav in ea li niontli. Oioir meetiii. Saturday eveiinii:. .lolm W. l'arfcs. SüjMTiii-t.-ndeiit'ot Sunday m Ii.m.1; Mrs. . 15. Outralt. Organist. ST. MICIIAKIS CATHOLIC CI1CUCH. 1:kv. I- A. MoKNrii. l'astr- Karly Mn. 7M a. in : Ili-Jt Mas. : a. m.; CateHitval In tnitioii. ':: . in.: VesjHrs. : j. in. Ma-s. every inorninir. 7: t". C. h. meets lirt an! tliini Thursday of every mouth. St. IUnitae Soeiety. lirst Monday of every mouth. ST. THOMAS Kl'ISCOPAL CHl'KCH. Kr.v. W. W. Kaymoni. L'ector. I.V;u!ar Siiiiiiav inorninir srrvitv. l::iu a. m. l;-:u!a...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
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