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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 1 June 1878

— Medical. i Vf ir* i i ■'W r -* T * <•.!> t OLD t TRIED, AND TRUE. TVxatte ar®iuu)tialnteil—or ougfct to ba—with tl« wuimJuiTuI merit* of that great Americau Homed/, MEXICAN Mustang Liniment, FOR MAN AND BEAST. Tills liniment TArr naturally originated In Antarl- on. when* Naturv provide* la l vr laboratory irncli ftm-prising antidote* for tlio tuuladiuv nf Iwr cWJI. dreii. Its f/iniu liM been ftpreadltlf for US yearn, until new it anVfircdaa tliu ImbitaUlo fflabo. Tim Mexican Mustang Muiiui-ut is a tiiRtelilos* reniotlj for ail external ailment*of man ami lim*t. To stork owner* n.ul fanner* it I* invaluable. ' A siuglu bottle efloit suvee a hetnan life or re* more* tbn usefulness of an exnollent horse, ok, cow. or eboup. It cere* foot-rot. hoof-all, hollow born. grub, aorew-worm, sliouldur-rot, manga, the Mton aud *uuk« of poiHonone reptile* and inuocM, ami every each drawback U toen breeding and buflU life. U euro* every oxtotunl trouble of hor*es, nuch as lameness, eciatehr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 1 June 1878

"glte jDuilij llcws. DKNISON. SATURDAY J UN! i, 1878. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Municipal Officers. For Assessor and Collector, M. M. FRENCH. For Marshal, W. H. WINN. The Dallas Herald says Lieuten- ant I'eak and his force have left their camp, some four miles out of the city op the Dallas and Wichita rail- roajJ'.' The* supposition is that they vlx(ve gone m quest of Rass and gang, who, at last accounts, were re- ported to be surrounded in Stephens county. Free Lunch. Ronst turkey at 10 a. m., at Lib- bie's. A car load of bridge timber for the Denison and Pacific railroad, ar- rived Friday. All aboard ! Mexican dollars ta- ken at their face for goods at Man- ila's drug store. 26 A carload of fine dressed rock limestone will be sent to Dallas to- day. About twenty pieces constitut- ed the load. They will be used in the construction of peers in the Trin- ity liver. . Love slices, something delicious, at Rowley & Hallcnbeck's. 15 Go to C. R. Euper's for nice can- dies, ice cream, soda wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 2 June 1878

i*" j r) "it *" r is MJ. 1 ■TT- For Assessor and Collector. ^ We are authorized to announce M. M, French, as a candidate for city Assessor and Collector, at the. June election. We are authorized to announce the name ot Arthur Coffin for re-election to the office of Assessor and Collector ot Denison, at the election on the toth of June. For City Treasurer. We are authorised to announce 0. E . O'Mai.i.v as a candidate tor re-election to the office jf City Treasurer, at the en- cuing election. For City Marshal. We aie authorized to announce W. H. Winn, as a candidate for City Marshal at the election on the loth ot June. We are authorized to announce Mr, Wm. HardWick, as a candidate for re- election to the office of City Marshal at the coming election. We are authorized to announce W. M. Yocum, as a candidate for City Marshal at the June election. ♦ Councilman, First Ward. We are authorized to announce the name of Wm. M. Peck as a candidate for councilman from the first ward, at the ele...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 2 June 1878

__ mw _ Cost and Nutritive Value ot Food . §ailg flews. DKN1BON . SUNDAY MORNING. MAY SUNG. A little whUe my love and I, Ho f ore tho mow lug of tlio hay, Twined claluy■ wreatlia and cowslip-balls, And carolled glees and madrigals, Before the liay, bouoath the may, My love (who loved me then) and I. For long years now my love and I Tread aeverod paths to varied ends; Wo sometimes meet and sometimes say Tho trivial things of every day, And meet as comrades meet as friends, My love (who loved me onoe) and I. But never more my love and I Will wander forth, as once, together, Or sing the songs wo used to sing 111 spring time In tlieeloudless weathnr; Some chord is mute that uued to ring, Some word forgot we used to say Amongst the may, before the hay, My love (who loves me not) and I. —London World. DEACON BABBIT'S PHONOGRAPH. Deacon Babbit was progressive and enlight- ened in his wiu'8; lie perused the Science Monthly and reviews on rainy days; Had a cabinet of fossils, and some birds ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 2 June 1878

vVL A J 1 ' ... T I y 44J .* > 1 V > / /* I ®hf il.uln jflcu'5. SO *3 U E N1 HON. SUNDAY MORNING. HEltE AND THEKK. A colored woman and her grown daughter, in l'aris, Kentucky, have not now and never did possess the sense of smell. They are both healthy, and have all the other senses unimpaired. A stylish, handsome pickpocket, who «• does" London, is accompanied in his rambles by four charming, inno- cent-looking young girls, whose pres- ence gives him an opportunity to get near ladies' pocket-books. A newspaper in Eureka, Nev., de- clares that a silk hat draws attention to the wearer in that rude town, a cane gives rise to ominous mutterings, eye- classes cause the gathering of a mob, and kid glaves lead at once to a lynch- ing. The effort of the managers to jnduce women not to wear bonnets in the Cin- cinnati musical festival was generally successful; but it excited anger in an unexpected quarter. The dealers in millinery regarded the move as a blow to their business, and ref...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 2 June 1878

> i ■ ft _ CMS, JN1WON, I' SFKCIAL LOCALS. Raoes 1 Hiioob 1 Tlie M. K. nncl T. railway will i sell round trip Excursion tickcts to | St. Louis and return; on salts June ist, ad, 3d ftnd 4th. This popular and desirable route has the advan- tage of two through express trains j ' daily. For further particulars, ap- [ . plv to M., K. & T. ticket office. tion business. When he says the in- i jr. L^i-rA> tent of the investigation is to unseat j 31 Ticket Agent. Hayes as soon as the Democrats T77", J , .1 Clergymen, bunkers, book-keepers, ed- | havf a majority in the senate, tie . ' . . , , , ,. 1 J 7 . ' 'tors and others that lead sedentary lives ! says what not one Democrat in ten j wjjj flncj much relief from the frequen j JUNE 3, 1873. pinion seems to be very geiw imongthe Democrats in VVush- 1 that P. M. General Key has himself ridiculous by writing letter on the Florida investigu- FAilMING LANDS . " ■ ■ ■ ■ ' For Sale by H. K. Neodham, Don- Ison. believes. Senator Maxey, of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 2 June 1878

' Medical. AND ■mam * l i « f > «V 4 « ► 4 ^ 4 * / * * • I 4 ' OLD, TRIED, D TRUE. T«'*iw« titnacquaint«-tl— orought to ba— wltli tl* WoiMlttrful merits of that ureal American Remedy, MEXICAN Mustang Liniment, FOR MAN AND BEAST. Tlila liuimont v«r v nftlurally originated In A marl- ©ft. wiioih Nature provide* ui lipr laboratory rutill HMrprUing atitxlnto* for tlio tnuladiow of 1mm- ruil. dren. It* famu lia« Wit spr«Miutf lor *4 yoaiH, until iiuw it «uuire!eM tlm liabifablo ulobe. Tim Mux ten 11 Muatanjc Lluiliulit in a miitrliloa n rvmoU.v for all oxIovmh! ailmcuTM t f nmu hihI l «uMt. To mi in.'k owner* n.nt funnor It it Invaluable, A Mingle bottle vtiuu muvuh a hatumti lifv or re* fttorcH tho uaefulttetfil of an excellent liorac, ox, «om . «r ahot-h. It lmvu4 foot-rot. hoof-nil, hollow horn. grub. h t«'vtworm, olo uM*o-rot. mango, tlio mitut and lUligl of fMt|MiioH roptllca ami liiatcU, and every mucIi drawback U kIock htcwding ami biutli lifo. It cure* ovtry external trouWT* o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 2 June 1878

After tilie Quarrel. Hush, my pretty one. Not yet. Wait a little, only wait. Other blue flowers are as wet As your eyes, outside the gate Hi) has shut forever. Hut In the gate forever shut? Just a young man in the ralu Saying (the last time?) " good-night I" SliotUtt ho never come ayaiu Would the world he endod quito? Where would all these rose-buds go?— All these robins? Do you know? Hut—he will not ooiue? Why, then, Is no other within call? There arc men, and men, and men— And these men are brothers all I Each sweet fault of his you'll ilnd Just as sweet in all his kind. None witli eyes like his? Oh—oh! In diviner ones did I Look, perhaps, an hour ago. Whose? Indeed (you must not cry) Those I thought of—are not free To laugh down your tears, you see. Voice like his was never hoard? No—but better ones, I vow; l>id you ever hear a bird ?— Listen, one is singing now I And his gloves? llis gloves? Ah, well, There are gloves like his to sell. At the play to-night you'll see, In mock...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 2 June 1878

4Vw - < c I u ? + \ f > 4 7> « k < ♦ > 4 ^ * * 3V '" <■ w > A Marvelous Escape. As much interest us there may be at- tached to the war between the con- tending railroads in the Grand Canyon of tho Arkansas, no occurrence has transpired in that locality which has at- tracted so much attention and sympathy as an accident which recently happened to Mrs. E. J. Mallett, of Canyon City. Mrs.Mallett is an excellent horsewoman, and, having great confidence in her riding skill, started out last Sunday af- ternoon with her husband and other friends on horseback to visit the scene of operations in tho canyon. Of all the wonderful canyons in Colorado the Grand Canyon of the Arkansas is the most awe-inspiring. The walls aro 2,000 feet high at places, and almost perpendicular. Before operations were begun within them by the railroad men no one ever attempted to pass through tho gorge except during the winter, and then on ice. The laborers have, howev- er, made paths in tho ve...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 2 June 1878

w «5 J, iSjg. 10GRATIC Municipal Offtoers. For Assessor and Collector, M. M. FRENCH. For Marshal, VV. H WINN. A laryo Iter J oJ cattle, numbering 1750 head, passed through this city Saturday n 6rnin«, c« rouie to Wy- oming. They are the property of Mr. jnines Lane, a gentleman from Wyoming, who bna purchased about tour thoU9find he ui in Texas. One herd of about 2300 head p'asscd near this city about two months jujo. .EDUCATIONAL. 1 school Oeu«us. ! I . ■ j pr(J)tV ,SilJ. M, T„ Werner, deputised fj^ I by the Council to take the school census, bfis just'Coippleted his labors and has kindly ulaced at oui dispo- <MIJKI.KSSNKSS. z rr« -rr'i"" Examination of the Primar, Graclot* oi' Our Public Schoo This Wools. qubky Why will men smoke common teh.nsto, when they can buy ~ j Mai ('in ;; 111" i. *-%,•,# ' •>/ Sorth Cur A I)il;H«htCr v S!um<s at ihe same price?" 2-1 iy. Ihm' Mrtdicr Witll a Pistol. ! Vwy#Low. Highly tlavo . Euper's. ream at C. t-6 2t. Boiled chicken and baked I/ibb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 4 June 1878

X vfy ; \ ■ T J If ^ If Si . I f Si* I c. - - j- i I t V. VI < 1 !" J < 4) > < « v \ •? •' Vs a <• * *V ¥ J Duiln Me toe. Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Tuesday Morning. June 4, 1878. No. 87. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Assessor and Oolleotor. We are authorized to announce M. M, Fkknch, as a candidate for city Assessor and Collector, at the June election. We are authorized to announce the name ot Arthur Coffin for re-election to the office of Assessor and Collector ot Denison, at the election on the 10th of June. For City Treasurer. We are authorized to announce O. E. O'Malry as a candidate for re-election to the offi-e of City Treasurer, at the en- suing election . For City Marshal. We aie authorized to announce W. H. Winn, as a candidate lor City Marshal at the election on the 10th ot June. We are authorized to announce Mr, Wm. Hardwick, as a candidate for re- election to the office of City Marshal at the coming election. We are authorized to announce W. M. Yocum, as a candidate f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 4 June 1878

The Daily -flews. I>I«:inihojn. TUESDAY -.JUNE 4 1878. The Greenbackc-rs meet in con- vention at Fort Worth on the 7th, ! clay of August, for the purpose of nominating a State ticket. We learn from the Austin Gazette that Gapt. Lee Hall and his men, have gone to Corpus Christi for re- organization, means having been raised for keeping them in the field. The Dallas Commercial learns that work has been resumed on the Dallas and Wichita railroad, and that it is to be pushed through to Denton as fast as possible. Mr. Stewart's Hotel for Women, New Yoik, has proved a losing ex- periment ; after running it at a loss of over $900 per day for some weeks past, the managers of the estate have concluded to transform the estab- ment into a general hotel—the change to be made on the first day of June next. R. P. Riley left Dallas on the 20th of May, for Denton, with $1,- 000 with which he intended to make a payment on a farm, but never ar- rived at his destination. He was traced by his brothe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 4 June 1878

\fl t ' ■{ i \\ m w ♦ i c *f ^ V * i] 9 i. < V Medical. OLD, TRIED, AND TRUE. Tfiann *reiari|tiainte<l—oroiitfht tn be—with tl« woiuloi ful merits of thnt grout American Remedy, MEXICAN Mustang Liniment, FOR MAN AND BEAST. Ttiii 1lnim iity«rriiatuv 1lyoripin*Udln A mori- on, wlii'it> Nuturn provhlus in Iwr laboratory itucli cHirprUinft Mtttulotes for tho matndiew of Imr o!«J|. drcu. Its fams lins been npremiiug for 'Ji years, 1111111 nww it «nuir«>lv.s tiio habilabl* g|«b#, The Mexican 31ii tntig Liniment is a matolilosa rvBiutly for nil asternal ailment* af man ami brunt. To stock owner* ami fnniirts 14 I* In valuable. A single botllo fl«n iovob a li«niau life or re- stores the usefulness of ua exeollent horse, ox^ «nw, or sheep. It cure* foot-rot. hoof-ail, hollow horn, grub, sere* worm, shouhlei'-iot, mange, tlio bito* nuu fttlug* of poisonous reptilos and luneeta, ami every oucli drawback to stuck brooding and buah Ufo. It cure* orory oxtarual trouble of horaoa, aucl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 4 June 1878

i# 51"he jOaily IJcxws, iVicinihoiv. TUESDAY JUNE 4, 1878. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Municipal OlHoora. For Assessor anil Collector, M. M. FRENCH. For Marshal, W. II. WINN. County court opened Monday in Sherman, and several of our citizens were called there as witnesses. Love slices, something delicious, at Rowley & Hallenbeck's. 15 Editor of Dcnisoji Ncivs: Please announce that there will be a meeting of the teinerance reunion, to-night, at the M. E. Church. Dan Wkuster, Prest. The examination "of Joseph Fol- som, charged with the theft of a horse, will take place to-day if the witnesses pul in their appearance. Next Monday, the tenth of this month, will be the first anniversary of the society Vorwierts, and the members will celebrate the day in a becoming manner. The society now numbers about fifty members. Thanks to Mrs. George for late copies of the Washington Daily Post. Joe 'Hawkins, alias Texas Joe, be- ing unable to liquidate that little bill in Judge Kirk's court for disturbin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 5 June 1878

Yt 1m , l ■ if IV. J1 ' M I \ Vol. VI. 16011 iXftUS. — Denison, Texas, Wednesday Morning, June 5, 1878. No. 88. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Assossor and Colleotor. Wc are nuthorized to announce M. M, French, ns h candidate for city Assessor and Collector, at the June election. • We are authorized to announce the name ot Aktiiuii CbFtfiN for re-election to the office of Assessor and Collector ot Denison, at the election on the 10th of Tune. * Medical. For City Treasurer. We are authorized to announce O . E . O'Malky as a candidate for re-election to' the ofli-e of City Treasurer, a t the en- suing election . * For City Marshal. We aie authorized to announce W. II. Winn, as a candidate for City Marshal at the election on the 10th of June. We are authorized to announce Mr, Wm, Hakdwick, as a candidate for re- election to the office of City Marshal at the coming election. * Wc are authorized to announce W. M. Yocum, as a candidate for City Marshal at the June election. ♦ Councilman, First Ward. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 5 June 1878

not believe there ate eilough mot* ui <a, r.cld, i£ they were, ,11 on ffol, gul<# by n. K Nuouimn, Do*. I fs the froutur, whete we will j iaoii., [ J| 1 iuliuil thc-y ■ belong to nffurd k/ ' t ^o acres 8 miles fipn Graham row, So acres 61 whiffli ved. A S\V AN protection fu'utnsi iinkn that oi a reduction of tlie.army. lie vavs.: "My position is, that the army should be of sufnuient number* (whether mare or le ) to preserve public property and pri- vate rights, -and no more. Com - rnriciui." K<IHor Register: Sonic day a since I wrote the edit- or of the Dallas Commercial that lie had not stated my position on the reduction of the army fully and cor- rectly. Instead of publishing my communication, lie comments on it as above, and gives a short extract, thinking doubtless that was all that was necessary. This comment and extract without my explanation, makes my statements apparently contradictory. I therefore ask yon tot publish these, my views on tho question.. t : When I co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 5 June 1878

"?W?TW! •' 1 . Medical. AND t ♦ « r i T> 4 . k < I I 1 I V ■i. I, J OLD, TRIED, D TRUE. ivxnihi *rear,n iftlnlml~oroii«}it t« m— wufc tit woiitloi lul inui ita of that grout Amorieiui Itemed/, MEXICAN Mustang Liniment, FOR MAN AND BEAST. TliU liniment very naturally originated In Arnorl. ca, where Nature provides in her laVturalory such Burprislng aiitiriotus for tlio malfidiew of lior cMI> ilren. IU fniMM Itn* been spreading for :>S yours, until uew it eueii'cleii the habitable glebe. The Mexican Mustang Ltiilmvut T* a niatoMese remedy for all external ailment*«f man ami brunt. To slock owners and farmers it is invaluable. A single bottle eftett saves a It* man life or re* Mores the usefulness of an oxaollent horse, ox, eow. or sbeep. It cures loot rot. hoof-oil, hollow horn, grub, eerow-worm, alioulddrrot, mange, tho lni«-« ; .i etiugs of poisonous reptiles i h«1 inseelA, ami every euch drav. back U sUMlk l n>u«ling uinl bush life. Jt cures every a\ ternnl trouble o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 5 June 1878

t I'Uc JJiulij Bcius. DENISON^ WEDNESDAY JUNE 5, 1S7S Municipal Offioers. It. M. GRUBKS Mayor W. n. KIltK. President of Council WILLIAM MAUD WICK Marshal A. It. COFFIN Assessor & Collector O. K. O'MALEY Treasurer li. F. RADKLKFF City Cle rk t*. G. RANDEI-L... City Attorney councilman—1st ward ! \V.« M. PKCK, KI). N. ALLEN. councii'men—an ward: G. YV. WILLIAMS, II. TONE. councilmbn—"^d warb: M. AI.KXANDKIt, W. D. KIRK. councilmen—4tii ward : W* B. BOSS, JUSTIN RAVNAL. official paver r DAILY NEWS. Regular meeting of Council, first Thursday in each month. Arrival and Departure of Trains. HOUSTON and TEXAS CENTRAL. No. : No. 3, TRAINS. St. Low is Express.. Chicago Express N<>. 5* Wuv Freight.... Express Freight. No. 7. No. a. St. Louis Express.. No* 4, Chicago Express.. No. 0. Way PfMffht No. S. Express * rcight... arrive. 1j .01 a. m. 11 :oo a. m. 9:30 p. m. 4:00 a. m. deiwrt. 4:20 a. M. 4:00 p. m. 4:35 a. M. 4:05 p. m. MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. No. 1. Chicago, Kansas A Tex...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 6 June 1878

9 y - r s* ; ' Vol. VI. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For ABsossor and Collector. ®H ■ "'Jill Denison, Texas, Thursay Morning. June 6, 1878. No. 8q. Medical. We are authorized to announce M. M. French, as a candidate for city Assessor and Collector, at the June election. We are authorized to announce the name ot ARTHUR Cokkin for re-election to the office of Asseiifior and Collector ol Denison, at the election on the 10th of Tune. For City Troasuror. We are authorized to announce O . E . O'Malby as a candidate for re-election to the o(H"e of City Treasurer, at the en- duing election . * * For City Marshal. We aie authorized to anrrounce W. H. Winn, as a candidate for City Marshal at the election on the loth ot June. We are authorized to announce Mr, Wm, Hardwick, as a candidate for re- election to the office of City Marshal at the coming election. * We are authorized to announce W. M. Yocum, as a candidate for City Marshal at the June election. * Councilman, First Ward. We are authorized to announ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 6 June 1878

Pawohroker and She Daily 21 cms. Railroads SPECIAL LOCALS. Livery Stables DKNISOJN, THURSDAY JUNE 6 1S78. All the cal>incth havc%«ncce^teii Germany's invitation to the con- gress. Van Zarnlt county sends her dele- gates to the Democratic State Con- vention uninfttructed. Pope Leo has sent a dispatch to the emperor of Germany, expressing his regret at the atrocious attempt on the life of his imperial majesty. Seventy-tive head of cattle were driven across the Rio Grande twen- ty-five miles below San Felipe. A campany of cavalry is in pu' suit. Half of the business portion of Rock Hill, York county, South Car- olina, was destroyed by fire on Mon- day night. Loss $100,000, insttt- ance about $60,000. A late dispatch from Gen. Mac- kenzie, at Fort Clark, intimates that Escobedo will be obliged to recrots the Rio Grande, as he is unable to hold his own. General Old reports that Indians ran cattle from Texas into Mexico, at San Philipi. A company of United States cavalry-crossed the Ri...

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