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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 14 September 1890

ERADICATES BLOOD POI? SON AND BLOOD TAINT. Ceverai. bottles of Swift's Specific (S.S.S.) 0 entirely cleansed my system of contagious blood poison of the very worst type. Wm. S. Loo.mis, Shieveport, La. i CUR ES SCROFULA EVEN |\ IN ITS WORST FORMS. \ -3 t jrAD scROPfLA-jn 18S^, and cleansed my * system entirely from it by taking seven botties of S. ?. ^. I have not had ar.ysymp toms since. C. W. Wilcox, Spartanburg, S. C. ras CURED HUNDREDS OF CASES OF SKIN CANCER. leatise on Biood and Skin Diseases mailed * Swift Specific Co.. Atlanta, Gj>. 5 It ?p^3 Preparations: ^jnsnfiiptlsi^ Cured. THJ kE of Hanover |y Speaks. Is tho: uffsred for three years /throat troubles, and last B nought by his neighbors to | I heart! of his condition and e him A. B. C. Tonic. Its effect was gical. In a very short time he was 'e to leave his bed, an'i now regards iself a well mail Uthers in this Icinity have taken the " Tonic'? with ronounced benefit. Very respectfully. S. C. REDD, Beaver Dam Depot, Han...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 14 September 1890

d everybody that buys groceries, PROPRIETORS, , You want to save your money by buying where the E I OES _A_IRIB X. O And tbe stock large and varied to select from. Verythtng you want to eat, ;Pure and fresh, can be had by calling. " Jefferson street. Groceryman. WYTHE COUNTY, VA. ^v.^_ At the junction ot the North Carolina extension and Cripple Creek extension of the Norfolk and Western Railroad. A great railroad junction, in the heart of the greatest mining district of Southwest Virgiuia, aud destined soon to rank with the great industrial centers of the New South. THE IVANHOE HIT COMPANY IIMIB L Offer at Private Sale Desirable Business and Dwelling- Lots at an Dwelling of $275. average Price! -AT THEIR? NEW STORE NO. 110 COMMERCE STREET, Offer This Week DRESS FABRICS of every descrip? tion, suitable for the HOT MONTHS. See the ne w things in Persian Mui .s a beautiful filiu> c.'otfo in the most ex quisite designs. Satin striped Batistes, at 12^c yd., in strikingly stylish figur...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 16 September 1890

Sid*' band suitiugs, closing price, 7c a yard. Outing cloths in beautiful patterns, at 8 aud 10c a yard. Flannelettes in now and stylish patterns at l?Ac a yard. Dress ginghams, 5, 8 and lCca yard. pieces of Scotch ginghams at Ith 25c a yard ew challics at 1c and CJc a so a few more pieces of checked air at 25c a yard. Mohairs in a!! shades at 25, and 50c a yard. White goods in all the newest ma? terials aud at lowest prices. A special bargain in mire Turkey red *able covers, 8-4, 75c and S 10 87Jc each. T;ible linens, towels and nipkins^J endless variety, and at prices tl defy competition. 8s Another case of white bed quilts at $1 each. Ladies' and Gents' underwear and hosiery in great assortment and at ^??ttoin prices. Large stock of bleached and un? bleached cottons and shestingsi n all widths. Ohildrcns white lace hats and caps from 15c up. Fans, Fans, Fans, Fans, from 2c up. SNYDER, ASSLER IM1CM1N. 134 SALEU AVENUE, S. W., KE, VIRGINIA. IT M |]|f REAL ESTATE A jit's 105 JEFFERS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 16 September 1890

AST- IMSTITCTE. Bed Reer?. Sore death. CrmtatM ko polftOB jht?od jorary, the s a eiraisjht for ada i excuse," itorial, "but urged fot t oi? -da apiwrtiuoat? and children who ars .rtsioa. attd-?tMotk? ie jra'nionditioa to ntake tha ac % that shft irf too noer to ^ n : door* to the children who Sold by Bud well, Christian & Bar jyiotr Sold by Bndwell Christian & Bar bee, and all druggists-; jylO tf. WANTEl Times has po desirs to moo op Odd of good work.:.xIt is for ling which is. good for Roanofca. gis more injurious to this city > have any of its children?four >ut of fiva the children of work ?-deprived of public 'schooling nie thinks that everything hu mt nhich ought to have bean op?n additiooal achooh for the n of K can ok*, that parson is med. Whoever opposes the plan, the only one satiable for errancy, of reo ting buildings for being, ia either i^ooraator by unworthy motives. City Council, through the mo Councilman McConneli, took r ttepe to relieve tha <itua ^"t...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 21 September 1890

/OL. IX.-NO SPEClXli NOTlClfe HB QUAKUY TUAOTJct}ntaining . 410 nice, building lots, r Jsalo as u ?olo ul 875,000?only 8183 ach?lying mediately south of tho Ma hine-Shops trnaeo and adjacent to the principal in t-tries of the city. Lota ii Oak-liidgo, ? ?ning this property on t e north, are 1 at moro than double tli price usked theBO. ,The best Stone< uarry in the ? about the center of th tract. For ticularsseo J. H. HOC] AUAY, ep-Jl-lOt 105 Firs st., S. \V. >ELMONT.?Wo have ci stoniers for > several desirable lots ' ;t with us for quiok Salet Outciiin, Em.is Real Estate 11:: rr An Heimont. J0ptl0-llv. & Co., Agents, Jefferson St. rOSTOFFICK l?I It J.'CTOK V. IliojpostoflFlco In opon from 8 h'elook a. in. to 1 m. Monoy order and ro?I?orod let tor do tniciii, from 8u. tu? to 0p. ip. sunday UOUnL enoral delivery and lettu-earrlors' wln v open from 10 a. m. to 11 aJ m., und froin 0 . i.to'p. ni. J MAILS OI'KXJ i rom tiiu West mid South, ft'n. in. font thq North Htid Bast. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 21 September 1890

SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA NEWS. DIG STONE GAP. I ? ?neral New? Gathered Front tho Cllncli Valley Extension or the n and W. Big Stonk Gap, Sept. 20. [?Special]? ' iis town needs a bettor organization its forces. Wo can offer mineral and r\ tural advantages hardly surpassed in ? ;.y section of tho southwest, but when .", mufaoturers from outsido ask what < ) can offer them as Inducements wo fti e handicaped. Wo must givo free iC8 and subscribe to stock as other ( wns aro doing. There is plenty of < pital here but it must unite for tho tnmon good. The Big Stone Post is admirably con oted and doing this section immense . od in advertising its advantages. It ain presents an analysis of the cokes awn from the ovens hero recently. It ns as follows: xed Carbon,.5)4.04 >talio Matter,.504 ator,.008 ? lphur,.588 , .h,.4.74 This coko has a bright metallic luster, usual coll space, and is remarkably ?ong. Mr. Taggart, who for a long no was manager of, the Connellsvillo al C ompany, regards it ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 21 September 1890

LINCOLN AND GRANT. ? Couplo or Fresh Htorle* About ?5t? Croat War lleroes. Bx-Govoraor v Ashloy, of Montana, lately told a Now York Trllmno re Sor tor some interesting stories of Prcsi ont Lincoln's kind-hoartcdness. "I consider President Lincoln," ho said, !"ono of tho most romarkablo men who ever lived, as his kindness of heart was Shown to I all mon at all times. I remember once whon Carl Schurz, who was with tho army, had sent a lottor to tho Prosidont without consulting his commanding ofUcor. Of course, this was a broach of discipline net to bo countonancod, and ho subse? quently wroto a lotter of apology to Mr. Lincoln. Tho Prcsidont replied by letter: 'Novor mind; oomo and soo me.' Of course, when Schurz wont, ho began to apologizo profusely, ?but tho Presi? dent, seeing how ill at easo he was, Emiled and said in a kindly tono: 'Never mind, Schurz. I guess before wo get through talking you won't think I am so bad a man as.some people say I am.' .That kindness broke Schurz all...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 21 September 1890

I !<>j; HK ilo . iNOK^TIMES. NG, EXCEPT MONDAY. MKS PUBLISHING CO., ."8 und Proprietors. 8 BUILDING, il First street,southwest. )NE NUMBER 12?. x> delivered in Koanoko, S? ory timniiiiK by eerrlcrs for th. AIL, (Postas^ Prepaid.) s '. *. *. '. '. MO .:i.mi .?.IM) ut of tho city must bp paid Ivance. EEKLY TIM ICS. MKS, erntnitiiiiR the news of ) condensed form, one year, B made known on npplk-a ommgnleatlons, etc.. should i Editor of Thb Timks. express, money-order, rcff iie. or draft, should l>e nd Ktyablo to DIMES PUBLISHING CO.. oke, Virginia. o?t >fJiee at Boaneke us gec 'A.. SEPTEMBER 21. njig\ ?.. lit'.. ;.>:>? IT ,11 v f ?;s controls the fran <tli the Associated ;he United Press, onty paper in the ling regular tcle latches. ROTER THING. n the public, schools of g the children in the only a half-day's school tood, is creating some ition. however, as the best ng knowledge of any the acquirement of it a ron of tender age should is long iw the school lat ar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 21 September 1890

BALTIMORE & OHIO EXTENSION. The Read's Trouble Attributed to Its Failure to Build South Vhnt Director Duvall Buys About It?Ho Say? if the People of Virginia Will Kx Iilhlt tho 1'roper Spirit the Kxteimlon Would Run. I1ai.ti.mouk, Sept. 20.?[Special]? The Sun prints two interviews this morning continuing tho discussion of tho extension of tho Valley branch of tho Ualtimoro and Ohio. It says: Mr. Henry Duvall is a director of tho Valley extension of the Baltimore and ? Ohio railroad. Ho said yesterdoy in roforenco to tho Ualtimoro and Ohio's intentions and tho action of tho people of tho Valley of Virginia in striving for 'y an extension of tho Cumberland Valley ? road through their section: "It has al? ways been tho desire of the directors cf tho Valley road to extend tho line far? ther South, and this feeling I know still exists and is seconded by tho Baltimore and Ohio management. Our1 road now extends from Harrisonburg to Lexing? ton, and its incompletcd condition has occasion...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 21 September 1890

im SEA ISLANDS. of a Civilization of Re? mote Antiquity. Ruins Found In Places Inbafe> IhU Day by Tattooed S?T~ -A Great Field for Lovers of Archaeology. - fi at of? hit: ? Mb, u tor. science, which has brought to c'< sd Troy, revealed tho placo of ibylon, unt?mbed the mummy ' raoh of Moses, and constructed of a history for tho Aztecs ound-buildors, Btands baffled mysterious ruins of tho I'a . ? slands, writes a correspondent ??' ? 3ago News. i .. othorwiso known as Strong Is \ji !, ? he Carollno archipelago, with ! ? irenco of fifty miles, is covered dve ruins of a remoto date, the outlines of fortifications, milt of stones ten feet long, red on six sides, of a geologi tlon not met with on the is -? s\ in Island, known also as .^Psn'-*." larger than Kusale, possesses sanil Ins, but much larger. In one . ? o remains a wall 300 feot long I high, forming a court. ' aster Island, on tho eastern >f Polynesia, has no running 'trees, nothing to attract in I Yet this island is peo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 21 September 1890

ERADICATES BLOOD POI? SON and BLOOD TAINT. Cf.vkrai. Bottles of Swift's Specific (S.S. S.) 0 entirely cleansed my system of contagious blood poison of the very -worst type. . Wm. S. Loomis, Shreveport, La, S S CURES SCROFULA EVEN IN ITS WORST FORMS. t had scrofula In 1884, and cleansed my * system entirely from it by taking seven bottles of S. S. S. I have not had any symp? tom* since. C. W. Wilcojc, Spartanburg, S. C VSaSRH HAS CURED HUNDREDS of KsslSa CASES OF SKIN CANCER. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed ?reo. Swift Specific Ca.Atlanta,Ga ALTERATIVE] FOR TUMORS. Ihwitieaaiufferer frca tosiori ?ni totsi. My ?nployer recom? mended me to try the "A. 8.0. AUeratlTe." _I did eo, and have soon snUrelyreitored. I hollo? it to ho an absolute Blocd ^urlfltr. Oratltude prompte this tostuaonlab ALEEBT MUBBA7, Blehmoad, 7a. Tjiny cValeltotryit. llftti leftmsiayappe'.itei:; ES. C. ] gFor Lung Troubles. For years I h&ro been a saCoror from lung trouble, navinghesrd of A. B.C. Ton...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 21 September 1890

ZnTo. HO Teffe ONE-PRICE STORE. SNYDER & MACBAIN Have opened an immense stock of brand new fall goods, cashmeres, serges, henriettas, all-wool habit cloths and Scotch plaid suitings in all the newest shades and color? ings, new blankets, comforters, hosiery and underwear, zephyr and Saxony yams in all shades, Butterick patterns, fashion sheets and delineators for October just received. 134 Salem Avenue, Roanoke, Virginia. RICH LANDS. Last April we began to advertise our town lots, making at that time a number of statements in regard to what we would do. Through the non-completion of the Clinch Valley extension of the Norfolk and Western our railroad facilities at that time were very limited. We had no rail? road station and, indeed, one old farmhouse was the total sign of life about the place. Since then the railroad has erected a fine brick and stone freight station, one of the largest on the road, and will shortly erect a fine passenger station, while the Clinch Valle}' Compan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 23 September 1890

T VOL. IX.?NO. . SPECIAL NOTICES. THE QUARRY TU ACT. containing 410 nice building lots, for salons a whole at$75,000?only Sis:, each?lying immediately south of the Machine-Shops Furnace anil adjacent to thoprincipal in? dustries of the city. Lots in Oak-Ridge, adjoining this property on the north, are held at more than double the price asked for these. The best Stone Quarry in the oitv aj&>ut the center of the tract. For parti .liars see .1. K. I IOC K A DA Y, sefWl-tOt 105 First st., S. \V. BELMONT.?We have customers for several desirable lots In Relmont. List with us for quick Sales. CUTClIIX, Ei.i.is & Co.. Real Estate Agents. 112 Jefferson St. septlO-lw. posTorncE mkkctoky. Tim postoflleo Is open from 8 o'clock a. in. to 7 p.m. Money order and registered letter de purtment, from Su. m. to Op. in. HUN DAY nouns. General delivery and letter-carriers' win? dow open from 10 a. 111. to 11 a. m., and from tt ]>. in. to 7 p. in. MAILS Ol'K.Y. From the West and South, 8a.i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 23 September 1890

SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA KEWS PVXASK1 NKW8. Movement of the Fostofllcr?Hotel and Hosiery Factory to tie Started. Pulaski, Va., Sept. 22.?[Special]? I am glad to see Tiik Times so wonder? fully improved. Why, sir, it looks like a New York paper and just chuck full of news. 1 expected somothing of the kind, lionn oko is such a pushing town that every? thing has to improve about it. and cer? tainly a town is judged a great deal by its press. I feol sure that The Timks has a bright future Our town is rather in a state of excite? ment at this timo. Our postofllec build? ing was inadequate for the business. The PostofUco Department ordered a change, and It has been moved to the National Hank, building out at the bus? iness portion of the town. The Pulaski Land and Improvement Company is preparing to do an immense quantity of work this fall. Resides the large hotel a gigantic enterprise will be commenced in a short time. A hosiery manufactory will also be com? menced about the 1st of October. FR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 23 September 1890

(THE HEATHEN CHINEE. Ho la Just as Pooullar Now as He Ever Was. QTobn In tho Suudny-School ? A Cock I roucli Scrap According to Chlnvtto UuIoh?Funorul Kite. Tli.it Seem Struii?? Indeed. V.SpccInl,ClilcoKo Corrcspondcnco.l IT is a fact that among tho most visionary human beings a man i n search of eccentric characters can dis? cover is the Chris? tian woman who teaches pig-tailed pupils in a Chinoso Sunday-school. Chi? cago has several churches whoso foraalq communicants labor under the imprcs aion that they have been called by Prov? idence to reform tho almond-oyed laun dryinen dwelling within tho limits of the world's fair city, and they leavo no stono tin turned to reach tho erring heathen hearts of tho enterprising youths who Sunday after Sunday devour lucid explanations of somo particularly Striking Scripture truth. Tho Chinamen listen to tholr fair in- | Structors with apparent zeal, indulging j in interruptions only when tho teacher j ?uses a word whoso meaning they can not ! ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 23 September 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES. EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE TIM KS PUBLISHING CO., Publishers jind Proprietors. TIMES BUILDING, Tliird avenue ami First street, southwest. TELEPHONE: NUMIlKlt 131. Tub Times will bo delivered In Itonnnkc, Sa Joiu, and Vititon ovory inornlujr by carriers for fifty cents per month. TERMS, l$Y MAIL. (Postas? Prepaid.) Dally, one- month.5 -TO " three months.1.M " si\ tuonths. " ono year.0.00 AH papers sent out of tho city must be paid for Invariably in advanco. THE WEEKLY TIMES. Tnc Weekly Times, e< ntaiuing tho news of the week in a inoro condensed form, one year. 51.00 in advance. Advertising rates mado known on applica? tion. _;_ Items of news, communications, etc., should bo addressed to the Editor of Tin: Times. Remittances, by express, money-order, rojr isterod letter, cheque, or draft, should*be ad? dressed and made payablo to THE ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Roanoke, Virginia. Entered at the Postofuccat Roanoke as soo ond-cluss matter. > ROANOK...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 23 September 1890

ROANOKE'S ORGANIZED LABOR. A History of the Various Trade Unions of the City. A Good Showing RriMt?H~TI?e Officers of the Different Unlons?Thelr Time und PlneeH of Mootlngs?Secretory Joyce, Secretary of tue F?deration of Ijibor, Says the Organization Will not k<> Into Politics, Uut will recommend l.cglslu tlon It think* Needed. The riembors of the different labor organizations of Hoanoke number sev? eral thousands, and include most reli ablo and trustworthy workmen. In their great parade on Labor Day they made a most creditable showing and continue to grow in number and importance. On the ~'4th of last May J. T. Joyce, C. E. Shank and D. D. Kennedy, represent? ing the Iron M?hlers' Union; J. E.Turn bull, S. B. Armontrout and d.M. Moore, of the Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners: II. 0. Adams, C. E.Gray and M. P. Hudson, of the Typographical Union: 11. F. liuliington, Morris Mathias and Frank*Ireen, of tho Tailors' Union, met at the hall on the corner of Common? wealth avenu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 23 September 1890

I LESSON IN PRONUNCIATION. . W?r<U Th?t Arc Frequently Mlipro . nouuced ?v?n by Educated I'eopto. There aro in our English at tho least three or four thousand words that aro frequently mispronounced. Some of those, Writes Alfred Ayros in the New York Times, aro tho following: -4&-a-tis. Not a-&rt-tis. That has been done for this word that should bo done, aa soon as practicable, for all foreign ?words that wo use. It has been fully anglicized. The moro English we inako our English tho better English it is. [ Ab-<?o-men. There is no authority, ex jcopt popular usage, for accenting tho ifirst syllablo of this word, j. Ab-cfo?i-i-nal. The o short as in don. ; ./io-er-crom-by. Tho o of this pronor ?name is not the o of con, but tho oof come. jj ^lo-ject. Not ab-ject. _.y., 1 ? i ? -46-jeot-ness. * .?i-ject-ly. -I - -4i-so-luto. Not absoloot, as is often {pronounced by tho careless. Absolve. Thero is good authority for Sounding the ? of this word liko z, but this is hardly i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 23 September 1890

WfFT'S SPECIFIC jROR renovating the entire system, eliminating all Poisons from the Blood, ?whether of scrofulous or malarial origin, this prep? aration has no equal. . . "For eighteen months I had an eating sore on my tongue. I was treated by best local physicians, but obtained no relief; the sore gradually grew worse. I finally took S. S. S., and was entirely cured after using a few bottles!' C. B. McLemore, Henderson, Tex. . TREATISIi on Blood and Skin I 1 Diseases mailed free. The Swift Specific Co.. Atlanta. Ca, 3 Preparations: Alterative, Tonic and xpeciorant 1% u IV B A. It. c. Chemical Co., Itic/imond, Ya.: Jlaving for a long time suffered from the effects of a horrible blood trouble, and after resorting to medical stellt and other remedies without bene? fit, I triedts A.. 11. C. Alterative." I have been entirely restored, awl. -it afford:.- me plea sure to attest its vir? tues, l' Is evidently a very great to nie and alterative, ami I recommend any eufferlng j rom blood tro...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 23 September 1890

oula. \ Sous CE S SNYDER& MACBA Have opened an immense stock of brand new fall goods, cashmeres, serges, henriettas, all-wool habit cloths and Scotch plaid suitings in all the newest shades and color? ings, new blankets, comforters, hosier}- and underwear, zephyr and Saxony yarns in all shades, Bntterick patterns, fashion sheets and delineators for October just received. 134 Salem Avenue, Roanoke, Virginia. L,ast April we began to advertise our town lots, making at that time a number of statements in regard to what we ?would do. Through the non-completion of the Clinch Valley extension of the Norfolk and Western our railroad facilities at that time were very limited. We had no rail? road station and, indeed, one old farmhouse was the total -\sign of life about the place. Since then the railroad has erected a fine brick and stone freight station, one of the largest on the road, and will shortly erect a fine passenger station, while the Clinch Valley Company has spent, or is nnder...

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