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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 March 1889

rv r- ff Vical.r -- -- "ZtSaE. 4? V5? - ' V." '1 " ". '2-D V V i f. icw.Ji ,B,'I-- ' ' -. : ". ' J? t ' v ' w 'SHV& PAGES; vi - To. "; DOUBLE KUMBER. ..i- IJn ' Ptlljl '- . " V- uva firatraTfn srwvrmrTwvJwvm s& -. " It. V. K It j p ORTY-FOTmTB. YEAR I1SIIM General Harrison Calls a Halt on " the Sentimental Grandpa . Bible Business, HE'S QUITE SUPERSTITIOUS, AnidDoesn't Want the Paral lel Brawn Out' Too Far or Too Fine. SBEGEDENT IS PEESERYED President-Elect Calling on Presi- dent and, Later in the t Day, Vice Versa. IGLAEKSON WANTS A CABINET JOB. u . itPalmer is Dumped to Avoid a Bed Hot Fac- uonai rigm in uicDig nui- m rerine State. ITHE INAUGURAL ADDRESS IS EEADT "The Harrisons Spend a Bay Outdoors, In Spite of Bad Weather The President Elect Objects to Being Sworn In on His Grandfather's Bible A Story of the Ad ministration and a Weekly Newspaper Secretary Ilalford a Happy Man First Official Acts of thoTfew President White Honse Servants Fired Out Gorgeous Badges for Mess...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 March 1889

2 TROOPS OH WHEEL 0! The Western Pennsylvania Boys in Bine En Eonte to HELP INSTALL HAERISON. The Troops March to the Trains Through a Drizzling Rain. IKCIDEKTS OP THE EIGHTEENTH. Many Other Pittsburgers Off for a Day or Two in Washington. , ONE TBA1N IS EDS IN SIX SECTIONS. He is no American who is not enthusi astic, and a little rain never dampens his enthusiasm. This was true of the crowds that went to "Washington last night, and 'twill always be 60 when there is a Presi dent to inaugurate. "Why a foolish and perverse Congress will persist on holding the 4th of March sacred as an inauguration day is a quandary lor many people to solve, but let the weather be roaring like a lion or 'mild as a lamb, the typical crowd will al ways be found around the Capitol when a new President makes his debut. The scenes at the Union station last night were lively in the extreme. The dingy old station literally swarmed with people bound for "Washington. Soldiers and civilians were there, and their...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 March 1889

' 1. N?" Sr , ,' yy.Pf lyffry advertisements one dollar per i square for one insertion. Classified advertise- mentt on this page such as waruea, xvr aaie. ' Jb Xct, rtt, cent per line for each inser tion, and none taken for less than fifty cents. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BRANCH OFFICES. For the accommodation of the public, Branch Offices have been established at the following places, where Want, For Sale, To Let, and other transient advertisements -will be received up to 9 P. M. for inser tion nest morning: Advertisements are to be prepaid except where advertisers already have accounts -wlthTnilils-rATCH. prrrsBUKQ. THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 35x9 Butler street. EMIL G. STUCKEY, 34th street and Fenn ave. . G. STUCKEY 4 CO., Wjlle are. and Fulton St, STOKELY. ruth Avenue Market House. EAST END. J. VT. WALLACE. 6121 Perm avenue." OAKLAND. JlCALLISTEUiSHEHJLER,6thav. &Alwoodst. EOUTBSIDS. JACOB SFOHN. No. 2 Carson street. . C1IAS. SCHWAKM, 1707 Carson street. ALLEGHENY. A. J. KAEKCHEK, 59 Fed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 March 1889

, -3, :tv ' ' .T i f "4 r I 4 ; TflE B IfiBunural Souvenir ? TO BE ISSUED BY ' TfiE Dispatch On Tuesday aromnxo. March 5, wil be a complete National Album. "Watch For in Wait Foe It) Leave Orders Foe It! JOS" Agents who have not sent in their orders Should be prepared to meet the demand that will surely follow the appearance of the Inau gural Souvenir of The Dispatch. It III be served to patrons Tuesday xorning, March 5 je Bigpfel. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1S45, Vol. it, o. 21. Fntercd s.1 IMttsburit Post Office. NoTCtsberll. 1SS7, as stcona-ciass matter. Business Office 07 and99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. .A vera ec circulation of the dally edition of Tbe Dispatch far six months ending March X,1SS9, 27,988 ,' Copies per issue ; i. Average circulation of the Sunday edition f The Dispatch for Februnry. 1SS9, 45,144 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. postage rr.EE in the ntrrED states. J)12LY Dispatch, One Year. 8 00 DAH.T DlsrATCI...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 March 1889

jSfC ' . V the ..:p3EiqrKQ: ixjQsgsmj;,' &R0i,?$&& iSl X . ft 1 p, r. Jus5? Hh i f J. IMPASSIONED PLEAS u Advanced by Dr. Evans in Behalf of Cleaner Thoroughfares. THE OKDKAXCE FINALLY PASSES In Select Council, Without the Change of a Single Figure, THOUGH THE TALX WAS IXTEBESTIKG Before the final passage of the appropria tion ordinance in Select Council yesterday (without the change of a figure), Dr. Evans, of the Twenty-third ward, said he would like to know what the $308,000 for the Bu reau of Highways and Sewers was for, not that he believed it too much, hut, since the bureau system had been adopted, it was im possible to tell from the ordinance to what particular object the money was to be ap plied. Chief Bigelow was sent for to ex plain the item. Dr. Evans then asked him for what purpose the 208,000 was to be ex pended. In this connection' the doctor said: I wish to say that last year the amount ap propriated lor this bnreau was $200,000. How that money has been ex...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 March 1889

r I REVIEW OF SPITS, Important Questionstliat Con- i-. cem the Rational League. fBHOTHERHOOD CONTRACTS. & iA. Western Correspondent on the Mc- Auliffe-Mjer. Affair. jGOSSIP ABOUT THE PUGILISTS. 'Jimmy Galrin's Adrice to .Ball Players About Training. tGESERAL SPORTIXG KEWSOF THE DAT ; As & rale when an unusual number of t'great "minds meet something significant is fthe result. It would seem that such will be 'the case among the League baseball mag nates next week. It is hard to believe that ,all presidents, managers and secretaries of (League clubs are going to "Washington on a Inere trip of pleasure. Of course the in auguration of the country's President is to take place, but it is singular that all the baseball officials named should be simul taneously making sacrifices to wit ness it. Heretofore there has not been such an unanimous opinion among tlio baseball magnates regarding a visit to Washington, no matter what has been going on. At .any rate, it is reasonable to say t...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 March 1889

NEW MAI TO SAMOA Bismarck Orders One of His Most Trusted Agents to, the Scene of Action, to SETTLEALLOFTHETROUBLE The Government Expects to Get Along All Ristfit With Harrison. BAIARD CAUSED ALL TEE DIFFICULTY According to llie Editor of tbe Cologne Gazette A Number of Chance Are Im pending In the Government The subject of Religion in, the Schools Discussed at Length Prospects of a General Strike Among Worklngmcn Socialists Continue Agitating as flinch as Possible Moro Money Wanted for New Artillery. Herr Stcnbel, a man who stands high in the German Consular service, has left for Samoa, to take Jthe place of Knappe, re called. His mission is a special one for the purpose of restoring harmony with the American interests. The general tone of the German press is decidedly pacific Dis satisfied workingmen threaten a general 'strike. Memorial services in honor of Em peror William -will be held next Sunday. COPTEIGn-rED, 16S BY THIS KWTOSK ASSOCI ATED FKESS.l Beklin, March 2. The recall f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 March 1889

The Prince of Wales Has a j Great Run of Luck at Monte Carlo, I 1 ALWAYSBEATINGTHEGAME Sarah Bernhart, on the Other Hand, is Rather Picturesque. A BEADABLE BATCH OP FOREIGN NEWS. King Milan Kept Com tantlr on the Jorap to Avoid Bomb-Throwrr A Case of Talk That Wnn't Cheap The Dutch Kins Dying In a Turkish Bah Joachim's Jubilee Well Worth HaTlng Prodigy Joaef Hoffman Going to Work Again Mrm. Hcmphrey Ward' Independence With Her PnblUbers. The play and players at Monte Carlo con tinue to afford much food for gossip and reflection. The season is a particularly brilliant one, even for the greatest gam bling resort in the world. Bismarck's com ing visit to England is considered a sop to Salisbury. Queen Victoria is accused of learning the Hindustani language. France, they say, needs a CrOniwell to settle the Boulanger nonsense. Heir Joachim's jubi lee ras one 'worth talking about. A trav eler tells of his experience in' China. TBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH. 1 IiOSDOir, March 2. Copyright Ton...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 March 1889

r s J TSiB-V'J'i r .n SECOND PART. ''.ujwkifc.. !&- i ve. ?r- .3- 1 ," j wy- ?JJ..-f,5! E PITTSBURG Dl ffiTC I ' PAGES 9 TO IB. fA 1 ; -. A FLOBIDA CRACIKR. Graphic Description of Those lazy Lotus Eaters of the South, THE POOR WHITES OF FLOEIDA. Aa Enprogrcssive, but Very Hospitable Class of People. rfiOYIKG THAT THE EAETH IS FIAT rcoKsxsroxD&rcs or via msr atch.i SOUTH FLOBI DA, February 25. The "Cracker" is the lowest grade of the poor whites of Florida. The de rivation of the word seems to be un known, but a Crack er he is, a Cracker Crschtr Cabin. he always has been, and a Cracker he will be until Gabriel blows his horn. From its association the term means laziness, ignor ance and immorality. What the moon shiner is to Kentucky, the murderous political "bulldozer" to Mississippi, the Cracker is lo Florida. This native loves no one outside of Crackerdom, but his greatest hatred is toward the African. The enmity existing between the negro and these "poor white trash" of th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 March 1889

gSHEn voj 10 of yon as yon are to be free from me. Hurry up. Victor laughed in his soft way as he crept down into the little cabin to obey orders. Orton buttoned his rough jacket close and drew his broad-brimmed hat low over his eyes in anticipation of a row against the wind, which was beginning to freshen from the northwest. Indeed it was a finely in vigorating experience, that breasting ot the sweet, sharp breath from the resinous woods and wide salt marshes of the "Wolf river and Jordan river countries. The skiff into which Orton and Victor had bestowed themselves with the young man's baggage and sketching outfit was a slight affair, and the Creole's lusty oar strokes set it fairly boundinc over the sparkling water. The course led them through a long curve around Magnolia 3? oint, giving broken glimpses of the Bochon house, with its dull drab walls and peaked roof withdrawn in a soft crepuscular gloom which was shot through here and there by fine lines of glowing sunlight. A pers...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 March 1889

WW 'f5" Te? 6HBJESE FINANCIERS. X The Silver Exchange of Peking and Ithe Banker's Guild of Shanghai. CARRIER PIGEONS AS TICKERS. China tie Oldest Banking Country in the World. HOW THE HEATHENS LEND AND BORSOW rCOEBISTOSDEXCI OP THI SISPATCH.1 HANGHAI, Decem ber, 1888. One on of the leading business houses of Shanghai I find a reminiscence of the Mitkiewicz syndi cate. It is a brass sign and it bears the name of Wharton Barker upon it. Mr. Barker is supposed here to be still working for the concessions,andduring my interview witij Li Hung Chang I noted that he asked very particularly as to Mr. Barker's character and his standing among our bankers. I am told that "Wharton Bar ker intends to visit Bussia soon, and to look into the railroad projects, which propose a line from Siberia above Peking, westward through Europe, and that the status of this road will materially affect his plans. Li Hung Chang feels mnch ashamed of being taken in by Mitkiewicz, and he thinks that if the American...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 March 1889

r -':- , 12 THE PITTSBURG- DISPATOH" ' STJPAY MARCH '8, "".1880: Mrs. M. . "W. Sherwood has culled the following questions concerning etiquette from her mail-bag daring' the past 'week and replies as follows: BELATIVES SHOULD CAUi FIBST. K. E. &" asks: Should the young lady call on the relatives et her fiance, or should they call on hex? They should call on her first, of course. SHOULD HK ASK HKE PABKTTSr- "A Gentleman" asks a perplexing question: 1 wish to marry a lady. She has consented, hut will not allowme to ask her parents. Now, will it he proper for me to ask them without her consent? We should say "yes" at first glance, but can not, on second thoughts, decide so delicate a question. LADY SO AND SO. Countryman" says: T wish to'know II it is silly or improper, in speaking of my wife, to call her 'Lady Hall,' or speaking of any married woman as lady so and so?' It is a joke, of course, to call any American woman hy a title, hut a harmless one, as it de ceives no one. AS TO ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 March 1889

. -. i&& v sr? t to7?: aSp?p ?-? jf &' '-SL : -,!&? '1" MARCH 3, - . .THE EHSBTJBG- D1SPXTGH StlNDAT. 1859. x - S . 7 SI ..EHE BRIDGE OFEABH An Enchanted Structure Governed by a Spiritual Magnet That LEADS TO LIGHT OE DARKNESS. Our Lives, Our Character and Our Destiny Controlled by Uaoit BEV.GEOEGE HODGES' LENTEN LESSON. mums.:? tor thi dxsfatcx.i HE reward of strength is more strength. The punishment of weakness is more weakness. It is true that nothing suc ceeds like success, and that nothing fails like failure. To him that hath shall be giTen, and he shall have abund ance, while from him that hath not shall be taken away, even that he hath. Hen go from strength to strength slowly. They advance not so much by sudden leap ing as by gradual crowing. So men go from weakness to weakness not quite so slowly and yet not at a bound gradually. The opposite of growth is decay, and that progresses little by little. Ho one eTer got to the heights of saintlinass without climbi...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 March 1889

JV'T -v ff -?,. ' X "1SCT ' ? IHOME, SWEET HOME. The Inborn Craving of Children for Love, Pleasure and Beauty. SHIRLEY DAEE'S HINT TO PARENTS ffiack of Family Affection Makes Half 'the Crime Possible. A CHILD'S DREAD OF THE DAEKNESS. rvntiTTXs rem the DisrATcn.1 HOW" shall I make my children feel I am their best friend? asks a parent softly, talking through the twilight, which is kind to betrayals of the heart. Of the two great affections of hu man nature, that of the parent is, oat of sight, the most pro found, most con straining and de lightful, if ever so Ksmall satisfation is its reward. The best alove comes last, voung people, though you find it hard to receive this. Something amakes no to the middle-aged for the hours is of anxiety, midnight care and dints on the fbrow. That something is to find the rose fjcolored cheek of youth hovering around gthem, a ringing voice making sport and pro '?jects in their presence, and iresh lips laid f upon the seared forehead -which smooths o...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 March 1889

3P r r 'L- ADELAIDE TO SUEZ. Spalding's Ball Players Pay a Visit to Ceylon, Bishop Heber's FAIR ISLAND OP SPICY BREEZES. Thej Meet Dirty Theosophists and Tass Kcar Mount Sinai. AN ATTACK BY PIRATES EEPULSED tCOKItESrOXDErCE or THE dispatch.1 TJZZ, Egypt, Feb ruary 7. Thirty con tinuous days on board a German steamer have quite rrepared the American baseball party tor a renewal ot acquaintance with ter ra firma. Of the al most three months since the Alameda steamed out of San Francisco, the boys have spent 55 days on salt water. In this time they have traversed the Pacific and Indian Oceans, and the Arabian and Bed Seas. Thevhave been vexed by no severe storms, and, though they have twice crossed the equator, have experienced no extreme heat. Indeed, they have at no time known discomforts comparable to those of a hot July or August day in 2vew York. The ocean voyage5, in a word, have been singularly comfortable; at times they have been delightful. But there may be a surfeit even of d...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 3 March 1889

DEALERS IK EEALTY. ! 01d-Time Methods of Buying, Selling and Renting Property.. ITEB HUSTLING ILEAL ESTATE MEN And the Important Part They Take in Such Transactions fiow. ji BUSINESS OF MARYELOUS GEOWTH tWEITTXN ros ths EisrATcn.1 THERE are in Pittsburg and Alle gheny, between 150 and 200 individuals and firms engaged in. the real estate business. Fifteen years ago there were scarcely a dozen; 30 years ago, less than half that number, and 50 years ago none at all. Not IT. A. JTcrron. that the men of Pittsburg,, half a century ago, did not buy, sell and rent houses and other property as they do to-day for they did, though on a limited scale but such an occupation as that of the modern real estate agent was un known. It did not exist, because it was un necessary. Old-time Pittsburgers doubt less had less bnsiness to attend to than the citizens of to-day. Most of them had less property, too; and land owners gen erally had time to attend personally to such business as the selling of lot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 March 1889

if xenen men in business can LP;1I1a JWP M.M.M.XM MrM.. 1 ... , SL9 &P kP UL A B.L A 7"4 .-f B. nilMUPW 5""" . t 1 W .," nj B mf yr- WUUUI1.UUI PATCH. ar -' ' ' r FORTY-FOURTH TEAR. Wanders Cotless and Hungry Through Washington's Slippery Streets, WISHING IT WAS HOME. Tiie Most Miserable Twenty Four Hours Ever Passed by Thousands. k CABINET THAT STANDS. Ihe Clevelands Attend Church, but Their Successors Take a deeded Best. A DISMAL, RAIKY, GLOOMY DAY. AU the Trains late, and Nowhere for the Crowds that Arrive to lay Their Weary Heads. THE 1ABT NIGHT OP MISERY OYER. Many Thousands of Poor Feoplo Lured to the National Show by Barefaced Lies Washington No Place for a Sinn WItboat n Well-Filled Focketbook Etch Cabi net Officials Ban to be Content With Cot The Wet Ground a Good Enough Bed for Many Poor Fellows The Last Trip of the Kind Most of Tbem Will Ever Think of Taking. "What fools these mortals be!" exclaims the man in "Washington to-day, who went there to see the crowd attract...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 March 1889

THE SLITOIDABD Said to l)e Befining Tabooed Lima Crude, Sub-Bosa, TO MKTCITH KEYS1WE0IL J. A. Dubbs, a Pittsburg Expert, Back From Ohio With a Story. TANDEEGRIFT ABD GUFFEI BDI, And Their Eecent Sales to the Standard Pave the Way to More. THE OIL PEEL PIP LIKE TO CHICAGO Mr. J. A. Dubbs, of Pennsylvania ave nue, Allegheny, one or the oil refinery ex perts of the Lima (O.) field, arrived home Saturday evening from the district. He was seen at his residence by a Dispatch reporter, and interrogated in regard to the field, and what he had been doing in it. In reply to the reporter's queries Mr. Dubbs said: "I understand that Messrs. Guffeyand Vandergrift, of this city, are going back to the Iiima field again to lease more property. The latter recently sold a large track to the Standard Oil Company; but it seems he cannot keep away from the territory. The Standard will ultimately, of course, own everything in the region, as they are making heavy purchases almost every week. They now cont...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 March 1889

fOESEIIANTEEMEK. Jaudaur's Sorry Show Against - Champion O'Connor. im BATTLING PEIZE TIGHTS. Third Annual Dinner of the J. H. Porte Fishing Club. 305JE INTERESTING BASEBALL GOSSIP The sporting public throughout the coun try will not be surprised to learn this morn ing that O'Connor won the boat race yester iay between himself and Gaudaur. The race was lor the championship ot America and an alleged stake of $1,000 a side. The sontest, if such it can be called, was more it a burlesque than anything else, according :o accounts. A special dispatch to this paper from 'Frisco gives the following account of the race: 'Today's race, or fiasco, between 'William O'Connor, the champion, and Jake Gaudaur. iras a laughable affair. The truth is it was no race at all, as Gaudaur only rowed about a quarter of a mile. The result was a foregone lonc'usioo. however, andbas been looked upon is such ever since the rowers came here. They same here FOB GATE M01-Y, And nothing else. The public soon became ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 March 1889

i i The InnLpral BnuvEnir TO BE ISSUED BY The Dispatch On Tuesday MORicn-a, March 5, will be a complete National Allium. Watch Foe It! Wait Foe It! Leave Orders Foe It! O'Agents who have not sent in their orders should be prepared to meet the demand that -nl surely follow the appearance of the Inatj- CCRAL SOUYEJJIR of THE DISPATCH. It trill bo served to patrons Tuesday jiokxinq, March 5 ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY & ISlflL Vol. 41, o. 25 Entered ai llltsburg l'ost cEce, OTemberl4. 1S57, as second-class matter: Business Offlce--07 and.99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average circulation of the daily edition of The Dispatch for six months ending March 1. JSS9, 27,988 Copies per Issue. Average circulation of the Sunday edition of The Dispatch for Febrnary, 1SS9, 45,144 Copies per issne. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOETAGE ritra Ct THE exited states. PUIT Dispatch, One Year. i 800 DAILT DisrATClI, l'er Quarter 200 Daily Dispatci. OncAlonth Daily Di...

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