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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 February 1889

THE G, F. BLACK EYE Given to the Amendment by the Ex-Lieutenant-Governor, .Who Believes That TILDEN WAS ATRUE ORACLE TVlien He Denied the Legality of Any Sumptuary Legislation, IOEK COTj.NTT FAYOES rEOHIBlTION An Interview With Chaunccy F. Black XIo Will Vote and Work Against the Amend rncnt Tildcn's Utterances on Prohibitive Iiccinlation A Prohibitionist Claims a Majority of 70,000 York Connty Will Cnrry Frobibltion by About 500 Pnyinc OfTOId Scores The State Tabulated Up to Date. It is stated that York county will give a Email majority for Constitutional amend ment. That is the home of Hon. C. F. Black. He will vote against prohibition, and for his reasons referred our special commissioner to his celebrated letter accept ing the Democratic nomination for Governor two and a half years ago. That part of the document relating to the amendment is therefore republished. Thus far TnE DIS PATCH canvass oi counties shows the follow ing result: A a o o 2 S . COUXTIES. g. "" C 3 "5. a OS Ar...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 February 1889

tf V r WILLTHEYTIEITUP? That's "Wliat Extra Gripmen and Conductors Tlireaten ON CITIZENS' CABLE LINE. Their Wages Said to Be 10 Cents an Hour Below Their Mark. SEVENTY OP THEM ARE UNIONISTS. Snperintendent Terner Refers to an Agree ment Upon the Point, AND SATS LET THEM TIE IF NEED BE A veritable storm of excitement and in dignation broke out among the extra con ductors and gripme.h of the Citizens' Trac tion line yesterday -which, seemingly, if they speak truly, bodes a still larger storm, if developments continue J.o end that way. Indeed, there is a prospect that snch maybe the case. To-day is the first payday since the new 11-hour schedule went into effect, which was agreed to by the joint committees of the men and the company, two weeks ago, and divided the men into three sections with 11 hours of continuous duty each, and fixing the wages of the conductors at $2 and grip men at S2 25. The extra men had been receiving 35 cents for each trip, and were to be provided for on the ne...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 February 1889

3 THE PrrTSBUKGK DISPATCH, MONDAY, FEBRUARY U8, 1889.' AWOEDTO THE THIEF. Bev. Dri W. J. Holland Characterizes Commercial Larceny TOGETHER WITH CBIMLNAL SNEAKS Business Gamblers and Those Who Adul terate Foods are Hit. SERMOX SUGGESTED BI EXPERIENCE. A week ago last evening, while delivering a sermon in which he referred to theft, Dr. "W. J. Holland, pastor of the Bellefield Prcsby teriau Church, had his hat and overcoat stolen. When he ascended the pnlpit, yes terday morning, he caused a ripple of laughter to spread throughout the congre gation by the announcement of the subject of his sermon, viz: "Thou shalt not steal." The text was from Deuteronomy v, 19, and the reverend gentleman said: The commandment before us demands hon esty and uprightness in our dealings, and vir tues which found themselves upon that prin ciple of human action which our Savior lays down in the twelfth verse of the seventh chap ter of the gospel of St. Matthew, "Whatsoever je would that men shonld do unto ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 February 1889

KSKSS --3g4i 'r,3f5pc Tf tyx, TffPt wtmwg?m'wWi: .THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH,'' MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1889. ir lije Bippicjj.. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. 184a Vol. 41, So. IL Entered ai Pittsburg Post office, "November 11. 1SS7, as Second-class matter. Business Office--97 and09 Fifth Avenue. News Eooms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Tliis pnper having more than Double lbs circulation ornny olhcr In tho Stnto outside of Philadelphia, lit advantages as an adver tising medium rrt'l be apparent. TERMS OF TIIE DISPATCH. rOSTAGE TREE Df TUE CSITXD STATES. Daily Dispatch, One Year J 800 Dailt Dispatch, Per Quarter SCO Daily Dispatch. Oncilonth ;u Dailt Dispatch, inclu'dlng Sunday, one .year. 1000 Daily Dispatch, including Snndsy, per quarter 150 Dailt Dispatch, Including Snnday. ona month. PO E0KUAT Dispatch, oneycar. ISO Weekly DisrATCU, one year 13 The Daily DisrATCU is delivered by carrier! at IS cents per week, or Including the&uudaycditlon, at SO cents per week. PITTS...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 February 1889

agrafffigsB "HjKJyiTF THE HTTSBTTJRG DISPATCH, MONDAY, PEBETJART 18, 1889 . . n i. - TEE LORD'S LIBRARY Built Up From Yast Volumes of Dust, on Whose Pages Are THE RECOEDS OF HDMAX LIFE. How the Words lie Traced in Sand JIade Hypocrites Tremble. TAL3IAGE TIEADS FOE WOMEN And rajs Els Efspecls to the Anclo-llanlacs and Fortune Hunters. JSrECIAL TELEGBAH TO THE DISPXTCII.1 Bbookiys-, February 17. Dr. Talmage preached this morning in the "Brooklyn Tabernacle on the subject: "The Literature of the Dust," After explaining appropriate passages of Scripture concerning Christ, he gave out the hymn: Oh, couldl epeautbe matchless worth, Oh, could 1 sound the clones forth Which In my Savior shine. Text: John viii, 6: "Jesus stooped down and wrote on the ground. A Mohammedan mosque stands now where once stood Herod's temple, the scene of my text Solomon's temple had stood there, but Nebuchadnezzar thundered it down. Zorobabcl's temple had stood there, but that had been prostrated. Now we take ou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 February 1889

frRflW3wW!f,T,'Tl7cf' ' x, w,'p" .?isfT-p "r'" THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH M0NDA1 FEBRUARY .18, 1889.' r . e K .. , r ' TIRED OF THE 1G Dom. McCaffrey BesoTves to Leave tlie Fistic Arena. TOLBUYOUTHAKKYALDEtf J. W. Clark for President of the County Ball League. SPALDING'S TEAMS IN TEOUBLE. They Meet Some Misfortunes in the European Cities. GENERAL SPORTING NEWS OF THE DAT A younc Pittsburger interested in sport ing matters spent a few days in New York last week, and while there met Doininick McCaffrey. The two had a long conversa tion during which Dominick made one or two statements that will be interesting to the sporting world. The young gentleman referred to returned home on Satur day, and in a talk with the writer said: "Dominick McCaffrey has almost resolved to entirely sever himself from pugilism. He is negotiating for the saloon now being run by Harry Alden, late of this city, and I think he will get it The saloon is well located, being in Union Square, and McCaffrey wouldsoonmake...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 February 1889

THE PITTSBURG-- DISPATCH, MONDAY, FEBRUARY - 18, 1889,- The Pennycomequicks Written for THE DISPATCH by S. BARING-GOULD, Author ofMEHALAlf,""COURTKOYAI,."'JoHNHEBBI-G,,,"THEGAYEBOCKSl "ETC SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS, ririPTFPtl. IV 11. A'rs. Sidcbottoni. whose muick. who had taken the name Captain l'enuyconieqmck. .-.. ,.,,, witn am unions notions and :t:t .-.,:,-...,. ,.ti. uhirhl her income. ! 1 ,1- .. l.tnti k hr Inpninp- Knlh ,Ti,,hii h.v.nn .MnwlAnlnirnnAn IbpniKihlp InrtnnA I ..- .n1uiv4fin he death of a wealthvrelatl tlrteliouom). whom they lijncju.t entertained at the elder one hailiiKlelt his roof tp marry a .French manufacturer. -Mr. rcnnTcomenuick gradually professions orinterei m m ure. .:. j 1... Itio- !. Ill rrtflf to becomes drawn toward tne lameness Salome, and something or a tenderer reeling springs wimin nis breast. A casual toVe from Captain Pennycomequick with reference to Salome and hlni-elf reTeals to him his heart, and", as he inecta her iu his own home aft...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 February 1889

tjUkjJa iPT' 8 THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, MONDAY, 'FEBRUARY 18, 1889. LEE, FBOM MANGO. The Independent Ex-Senator Talked About for Beaver's Shoes. ALWAYS THE PEOPLE'S FMEND, Successful Despite the Standard and Fat tison's Tidal Wave. SENATOR CAMEROX AXD HIS HOPES. Gossip About the State Treasnrership Md the Tn . hibition Fijlit. Ex-Senator Lee, of Venango, is favorably epoken of as a candidate for Governor, in case it is necessary to pick up a man who can run on his own record. The-State Treasurership is virtually settled, with Boyer as the man. Cameron's chances are discussed, and Philadelphia may aid pro hibition by giving only a small majority against it FROM A STAFF COUBESrOXDENT.J HAERlSliur.G, February 17. Another Richmond! "While Republican Guberna torial aspirants are waiting until the proper time to begin an active canvass, there , is al ready talk among some of looking around ior a man who will rdd strength to the party in case the prohib'tion movement in any degree weakens ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 February 1889

FORTY-FOTJKTH YEAR. A FPT IS I In the Constitutional Amend ment Convention in Ses sion at Harrisburg. VERYUVELYTIMERESULTS Jrom the Discussion of the Merits of the Two Calls Issued aiid APPEALS FOE PEACE PAIL To Harmonize the Warring Organi zations, Each Faction Claim ing the Other WANTED TO RUN THE CONVENTION. A rittsburg Delegate Threatens to Ex plode a Bomb, and is at Once Invited to Do So. HON. JOHN CESSNA QUITS IN DESPAIR The preliminary meetings at Harrisburg of the delegates to the Constitutional amendment convention was characterized by a conspicuous lack of Harmony. The third party Prohibitionists and the Consti tutional Amendment Association represent atives collided as soon as the meeting was opened. Each faction accused the other of seeking to obtain control of the convention. A number of peace-makers attempted to get in their work, but without avail. There ap pears to be a possibility that the quarrel over the organization of the convention will result in a bolt. tJ-KOM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 February 1889

h ! E f s. THE BUTTER! WAR Pittsburg Dealers Hold a Secret Meeting. CAMPAIGN PLANS FOEMED. Western Capitalists Dictate What Shall Be Done. COMMITTEE -TO GO TO HARRISBURG. Tie Legislature to be Flooded With .Peti tions and Letters. MO.NEI IN ABUNDANCE FOE THE FIGHT An important meeting, which was in tended to be secret, was held in the office of the "Western Dairy Company in Diamond Square yesterday afternoon. The object of the meeting was to mate preparations for the coming contest in the State Legislature, before which efforts are to be made to secure a repeal of the oleomargarine prohibitory laws, which are now causing the retail aud wholesale dealers iu this city so much trouble. The attendance was not large, but those who were present counted. Quality, and not quantity, was the motto as also the com position of the gathering. It included rep resentatives from the retail and wholesale dealers of this city and from the "Western capitalists who are now pushing the fight to the end....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 February 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, TUESDAY, I-EBRUARY 19, 1889. THE LIGHTMG ROD Remains as Mnch an Article of Util ity as it Was Years Ago, BDT 92 FACTORIES DWINDLE TO 4. Consolidation and Eailways Take the Eods Off tlie Conntrj Koads, THOUGH THE OUTrUT IS EK0E5I0US Twenty years ago there were 92 lightning rod lactones in the United States. To-day there are but three, and those doing a tnfllntr busi ness. The lightning rod was the biggest hum bug of the nineteenth century. So says a Chicago paper that ought to know what it is talking about. The quota tion was shown, however, to Mr. Hum, of this city, ahd he remarked: "That man must be a great scientist. Our factory last year sold 40,000,000 feet of rod, and there were 150,000 feet of it retailed here." The topic is one not only of scientific and life and property preserving interest, but it is also of interest as showing the tendency of manufacturing and commercial interests toward consolidation for cheapening cost of products and increasing p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 February 1889

THE PITTSBUKG- DISPATCH, TUESDAY, - FEBRUARY' 19, 1889. ! r Wk BIppM. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1S1G. Vol. 41, No. 11. filtered at 1'lttsburg Post oflice, Nocmbirlt, 1M7, as second-class matter. Business Offlce--87 andS9 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 70 Diamond Street This paper having more than Double the circulation of any other In the State outkldo of Philadelphia, its advantages as an adver tising medium villi be apparent. TEKMs OF THE DlsPATCH. TOWAGE TT.EE IN THE CMTEO STATES. BAILTDlSPATCIt, One Year. SOT DAILY DlSPATCn, Per Quarter -W Daily Dispatch. Oneilonth ,u Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one year Daily Dispatch, Including fcunday, per quarter " Daily Dispaicu, including fcunday. one month SO Ednbay Dispatch, oneycar IM Weekly DisrATCit, oneycar ,.. 123 The Daily DisrATCU Is delivered by carriers at 15 cents per week, orlncludlngtheSunday edition, at 3) cents per week. PITTSBURG, TUESDAY, FEB. 19. 1SS9. EDGEETOITS ANGER. The weighty quotation...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 February 1889

THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1889. A COLD, CRUEL STAB At the Retiring President, Delivered by a Disgusted Democrat. JUDGE EDGERTON HAS HIS SAT. He Writes an Open Letter Full of Sarcasm, Bitterness and Spite. Will HE A.YD JIB. CLEVELAND ABE OCT. Be Accuses GroTtr of Forsatinjr His Heal Friends fcr the Mugwumps. A most scathing, sarcastic and very bitter open letter has been addressed to President Cleveland by Judge Edgerton, lately re moved from the Civil Service Commission for refusing to resign in order to allow Hugh S. Thompson to qualify in his stead. Judge Edgerton accuses the President of attempt ing to carry water on both shoulders, and thus being deluged by the weightof his load. "Washington, February 18. Judge A. P. Edgerton, who was recently removed from the office of Civil Service Commission er, has written an open letter to the Presi dent. He says among other things: I was indebted to jou for the only appointive office I ever held. You now declare by jou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 February 1889

i f THE PITTSBUKG DISPATCH, TUESDAY, FEBRUAET 19, 1889. ID BEATTHE WORLD Sam English Tells of a Won derful Yonng Tacer, OWKED BY A BUFFALO MAtf TrouWe Between the Female Bicy clists and Their Manager. COUKTY BALL LEAGUE MEETING. National Wheelmen Elect Officers Bead Good Keports. and BRITISH RECEPTION FOR AKSOX'S HEX. Sam English, of the poohelling firm of Frank Herdic & Co.,arrived in the city yes terdav morning. He and Herdic Lave been celling pools and making books at the ice races in Canada. Sam never looked Dctter in his life than he did yesterday and he had much to talk about concerning trotters and pacers. He was particularly enthusiastic about a pacing wonder that he had discov ered, which, according to Sam's statement, will probably eclipse all the pacers in the country before next fall comes and goes. During a conversation vith the writer the poolscller Eaid: "I stopped off at Buffalo on Saturday night to meet a few friends, and I was plainly given to understand that t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 February 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, TUESDAY, FEBKUARY 19, 1889. r MEAT OK THE HOOF. Leading Features of Livestock Trade at Herr's Island. OHIO FARMERS BROUGHT TO GRIEF By Holding Cattle Through Winter in Hope of an Advance. A BIG EO OF SHEEP, LAMBS ASD HOGS Office op PrrrsBUKO Dispatch, Monday. February 18, 1SS9. J Receipts of cattle were 31 cars, against 29 last week. la tbe receipts was one car load of very fine Ohio cattle, weighing from 1,'JOO to 2,000 pounds each. Concerning these 16 or 17 head of cattle it was learned that tbe drover who bad them for talc bad made an effort to secure tbem from a forehanded stock farmer of Ohio last fall, and bad then made an offer of 6c. The price asked wasTc, and the owner concluded to hold them through the winter, since corn wasplentr, rather than male any concession on bis price. He would turn his corn and fodder into tallow and realize his price tov.ard spring. But, con trary to calculations and all former experience, heavy cattle hare been drifting s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 February 1889

THE HTTSBTIR& DISPATCH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1889. ;GEN. CASS EULOGIZED The Senate Takes Occasion to Pay Tribute to a Hero's Memory. ONE WO FILLED MANY POSITIONS, -And Always With Credit to Himself, His State, and His Country. HIS STATUE ACCEPTED WITH THANKS. tifly-SIi Vag lean of Public Service, and How it Wu Terminated. Resolutions of thanks to the people of Michigan for their statue of General Lewis Cass, presented to the Government, were yesterday adopted by the Senate. Eulogis tic remarks were made by a number of Sen ators. General Cass long public life was .held up as that of a model statesman. . Washington, February 18. In the Senate, to-day, Mr. Palmer, in accordance with previous notice, offered concurrent resolutions returning the thanks of Con gress to the Governor and people of the State of Michigan for the statue of Lewis Cass, "whose name is so conspicuously con nected with the development of the Xorth west territory and with eminent services to his State and coun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 February 1889

Story. JOAQUIN MILLER'S luvcr. win uv uuu eluded in next Sunday's I issue 01 J. HE AI15 patch. It will be fol followed b a powerful nnrplnitp frnm tlmnp.n of Maurice emiueu Rochon." FORTY-FOURTH YEAR. IPMTTIII. Political Prohibitionists Rele gated to the Rear in the Convention, QUICKER THAN LIGHTNING. Ex-Attorney General Palmer - is Placed in Charge of the Campaign. SYEEYBODY IS IN EAEKEST But Uobody Knows Much About Conducting Even a Non Political Convention. CHAIRMAU STEVENS GAINS A POINT Nearly $7,000 Collected During the Day for the Purpose of Wag ing the Fight. THE COMMIITEES, FAR AS APPOINTED. Ex-Attorney General Palmer will conduct the campaign for the amendment people. Third party Prohibitionists are relegated to the rear. These are the chief features of yesterday's convention at Harrishurg. The slate committee's plans were also knocked into a cocked hat. Judge "White did not have a picnic handling the gathering of men and women who composed the convention, all without crede...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 February 1889

f H In 2 excitement on the top floor and the state of affairs in the Mayor's office. That gentle, man sat almost alone on the sofa in his office; and he said little or nothing. To a man who had been upstairs for half an hour, an entrance to the Mayor's office seemed like going from a wedding to a funeral, and Ajax Jones' countenance pre sented a very excellent resemblance to that of the usual pall bearer. The only man in the Mayor's wake who looked rejoiced was Judge Brokaw. "I wish it to be recorded," he said, "that Murphy is elected in the Thirty-third ward' and Mr. Sullivan is defeated. It was a per sonal fight between him and me, and I have won."' "When the Mayor was asked what he had to say about the election, he refused to be interviewed. But he made several perti nent remarks, which go to show what he thought about the matter. "The entire Department of Public Safety has been electioneering to-day," he said. "There are 94 officials living in the Sixth ward alone, and they have...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 February 1889

THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1889.- 1MTIESAFAILUKE. w Pennsylvania Eailroad Abandons the Experiment for Good. M ELASTICITY TO A METALLIC BED TOiile the Inconvenience and Wear and Tear Are Prominent. WHI THET SEES! TO SUIT IN ENGLAND The Pennsylvania Eailroad Company has given up the experiment of substituting iron railway crossties for the wooden ties " now in use. The iron ones in use on the middle division and in the Philadelphia yards will be taten up and will probably be Bent back to England, whence they came. The iron tics have been in use almost a year, but, owing to their not having the elasticity necessary for the "giving" of the rails, they have not proven a success. An other reason to prevent their general use is the cost. As long as wooden ties can be 'purchased at about one-third the cost of iron ties, the former will continue to be used. An iron tie cannot be made to weigh much less than the present wooden tie, or about 250 pounds. WHITE OAK PURCHASE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 February 1889

Claire-.- iiS"J, PITTsfr THE "DUG- DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 188ft, r "4 ,r ft 4" K Wlje Bigplqj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 1846L Vol. 44, N'o. 13. Entered ai Pittsburg Post office November 11, 1&S7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 69 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House-75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. This pnper having more than Double the circulation of any other in the State outaide of Philadelphia, its ndvnntnees ai tu adver tising medium Mill be apparent. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rosTAGE rr.EE in the totted states. Dailt Dispatch, One Tear. 800 Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter 200 Daily DisrATCii. One Month " Dailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, ona year. MW Dailt DisrATcn, including Sunday, per quarter -50 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, ona month 10 ECNDATDiSPATCn, one year. .'... 150 Weekly DisrATcn, one j car 125 The Daily Dispatcu Is delivered by carriers at 35 cents per week, or including thebunday edition, at 20 cents per week. PITTSBURG, WEDESDAY, F...

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