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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 18 January 1889

TELE HOCK ISLAND AKGU8. FBI DA Y , J AN UAH Y 18, 18fe9. UPON Til K KlVIKIiA. PLEASANT PIECES ON THE SHORE OF THE GULF OF GENOA. Italian Rnorti Where All Travelers Go. lMJTerenres of Opinion on thm Old Towns Of roterfeat to Readers and Write Three Winter Capitals. The eastern shore of the Gulf of Genoashe Riviera di Lev auto differs from tba Rirlera di Ponente, which was described in my lust letter. In being very much damper. The chief wind ft from the west, which, coming over the sea, nearly always brings rain. But, as the climate is fully as warm M at Ban Remo or Nice, the dampness adds . to the beauty of the vegetation; there is plenty of grass even in summer, and the number of deciduous trees is much greater. When the leaves are fallen these trees are hardly noticed in winter; but in summer tbeir fresh green lends a great charm to the semi-tropical aspect of the palms, the lemons and the olives. Tbe nearness of the high mountains to tbe coast, the abrupt changes of strata, the f...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 19 January 1889

;land Daily Argus. VOL XX XVII. NO. 76 KOCK ISLAND, SATURDAY. JANUARY 19, ISSD, PRICE FIVE CENTS. Roci My Poor Back! Tht "poot bck" is held responsible for more Irian its share of the sufferings of mankind. If yonr dog biles a man who kicks it, do you blame the do-? On the saroj principle inc umirej. wi" . j.v.3 r.-,iilting constipation. 1 hese force them yUem of th poisons which are the :.!od. Then the sufferer says the rased. "Not yet;" but they will hu blood purified, and the constipation ,.f kidney troubles, and Paine's Celery Vith it tonic, purifying, and laxative Sidneys, making it almost infallible in m-ys. If your hopes of cure have not jioun.1; it gives perfect health to all who complain of "their poor backs." Price $1.00 S01.D by Druggists. Skm WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Proprietors, BURLINGTON. VERMONT. ,4 rju ( Davis Block, Moline, Illinois. Tlaboae JXA f. ijS THE MOLINE WAGON. The moline W Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING pd FREIGHT WAGONS A fnll nnrt "om.!cic Im...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 19 January 1889

s. THK BOOK TSUA'NT) SATURDAY, JANUARY 10. IHH9. i r 4 v :. 1 ,J 1' i I v t f V ';. ''I1 I ''.: THE DAILY UlUUS O" N W POTTER. Saturday. Jancabt 19 1889. DESERVED C0MPLI3IEXT. cn. John M. filnrr Xomlnatre for Metaicrln the lcmorrtl Cancan A Mtlrrinc Hprerta. The caucus of democratic senators and representatives which was held iu Springfield Wednesday evening, did what every democrat In the state wanted them '.o do nominated Gen. John M. Palmer for Uuited States senator. Of course it was only a complimentary nomination, but till it afforded an opportunity for the democracy of Illinois to show their high appreciation of the "grand old man," and it came as a sort of endorsement of his gallant fight for governor last fall. The caucus was called to order by Senator Sbutt, of Shcgtmon, and the roll call of both houses, showed seventy-three senators and representatives uresent. Repre entative Wells, of Adams, was selected as chairman, and Senator Iligbee. of Pike, as secretary, and E. W. H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 19 January 1889

THE&BOCK ISTiAND AKGUS. SATUHDAY, JANUARY 19, 189 WHEN YOTJ NEEDA No. 1 Shirt, nil lf t Eete StflCk!; NO IE PRICE. American Kittle Societiis Bililos nt ct. 'xforrt Bi'itcs at cot. Riir'-r BiMc at roat. Window Shades Ht cost. Ws'.l PaTS vtry Cllfp Albums of Ciiv of Rock Island !tV. 22x28 Ecgravings 47c. SLEDS Ht cost. A job lot rf Picture Frames at your own prices. KINGSBURY A SON, 171 '3 Second Avenue. -Mituufactnreis of Is f nuTiin rot m i i r m CAKPCTS, OIL CLOTHS and CURTAINS 5gJ"Call and examine our Goods and prices. KANN & FLEMMING, No. 1 811 Second Avenue, Between Eighteenth and Nineteenth StretB, (KELKU3IRAHS Building) llOCK. ISLAND, ILL. WALL PAPER IT V V ifcOl ;u? 3 S:'w c3 O o a 7 K We have the largesMtock io the city, and are bound to fiell, and prices are going to make it fro. WPalntlntf, GrainlDft and Paper Hanging done on short Dotice. All work rnteed. Don't fail to note the place. 1401 Second Avenue. LE WE YOUR Order and Measure WITH LLOYD &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 19 January 1889

THES'KOCK ISLAND AltGUS. SATUIIDAY, JANUARY 19, 18fe9. THE DRY GOODS Roland Reed's great Dude Song, as sung in his laughing Arr. by MAX FEHRMANN Tempo di YaUe. J 53: 3 1. I work in an up - town 8. The la -dies they cotne from 8. Last rammer I took I n P X 3t- coon-tor is near the big frontdoor. And our goods are the best in the land .(Spoken.) times I glance sly ly and whisper, " My dear," Whilu they say." He's as sweet as can be." peo - pie said, " lie's an a - ris - to - cm," While the girls said," We know he's a . swell."....... - x--9 M cironrs. 3t -s 4 "- I stand in an up town -r r good judt'e c: col - ore, Know 'I ' .J ! j X-H X X Xf ' 1 2 y y-j- ! X X I " " 1 1 1 J. 11 ' 1 V ' I :d m Spokxx after Ptest Veese. What is it, Madam ? Stockings? Right this way solid colors ? Fifty cents a pair two pairs ? One dollar, please cash I fourteen 2 Horry cash 1 Am a judge of colors ? I should think so, for Cliorus : M'OKEX AlTEii Secokd Verse Yea, they say, "I'm real cute," and they alway...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 21 January 1889

i . t- - ' r. Rock Island Argu vulj. XX K VII. NO 77 ROCK ISLAND, MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 1889, PRICE FIVE CENTS. m m Daily s r I My Poor Back That "ixwr back" is held responsible for more than its share of the sufferings of nankind. If your dog bitei a man who kicks it, (In you blame ttiedo? On the samj jirinriple the kidneys utter their protest jr against nervou-ntss, impure blood, r.mL refilling constipation, Utese force them fe V to do extraordinary work in ridding the vstem of the poisons isons which are the te sufferer says the (At ct;" but they will J Mood. Then the rjed. " Not yet blood purified, and the constipation ft! of kidney troubles, and Painc's Celery i i With its tonic, purifying, and laxative i ' ' i j --- S 'y ;,i.!ncys, making it almost infallible in W nrvi. If your hopes of cure have not been u aluvil, try Paine's Celery Com,nti'l ; it (jives perfect health to all w1.' :oinplai:i of "thuir p or bicks." Pfiee 1.09 Sold by Druggists: s-.ni for Illustrati-d I'aikr. WEL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 21 January 1889

THE HOCK TSUAND A TIGHTS MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 1889. THE DAILY VHGUS 0"H V POTT6B. Moitdat. Januaby 2t. 188 AFTEri UXCLE DICK. A Braolntlna Offer, d la thn State Sea ate to Inveatuat III, F.xpraae Ae. rraaiHraattr nhamway'a Speech Senator Shumwsy, democrat, from Christian county, has introduced a reso lution in the elste senate demanding an investigation of ex-Gov. Ogleshy's ex pense account. Some republican mem' bers endeavored to strangle the resolution in its lncipiency. Mr. Shurawsy made the following remarks: Mr. President: I do hope the tjen lleman from Jersey will not insist upon ringing the death knell of this resolution upon the very day of its birth, by refer ring it to the committee on appropria tions. This resolution was born jn a desire for information, and that apologies will follow if injustice has been done to any one . It was charged all through the last .political campaign that a reckless expenditure of money had been permitted by the late officers of the state, and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 21 January 1889

THE ROOK ISLAND ARGUS: MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 19. WE n.ve iut opened a job of sample glows .nH inittt n, nil kind under the bud. 70 ...vflins salesmen, being upwards of 50 riifli-rent ntyle. We have divided th (.love ht' three lots to sell at 11. 18 nrt ."e Those at 11 are worth from 15 " ..,7c ni; th'we at 18 from 25 to 50c, In'l ibixe t 25c from 60(J to l 00. The mittens will he divided into 4 ri, e! s follows: 4c; 11c. 18c and 25o. .jerv pair uuiiranteed lobe worth double the pr'1''- HnJ n,any worln ibro and four tiror Pri,,e 88ke1These nre the greatest drives in gloves Pn'l mittens we have ever been able to .,,Cl. before our customers. T" mko this sale doubly interesting e will for Monday, Tuesday and Wcdr,..,l.,y, three days only, present to each purchaser of a pair of kid srloves, free, one of our extra bid glove stretchers. K-niemher the glove stretchers are ono in aeh customer ptn'hs9ing one or more ptirs of kid gloves and will only be continued three days. We do not ililnk we ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 21 January 1889

THE BOCK 1ST, AND ' AKGU6. MONDA Y, JANUARY 21. 1889. I 1 '' m ' . ; i 't':-i 4 i 'i 111 .;: : V ' n i. ; ': NOT DEAD, BUT SLEEPING. Til Mabjeet f Coraaer' Ino.eat May it Hi Owi Trtnlsaany la the Cue A Wife's) Surprise. The Zkmoerat-Gatette tells of a peculiar ease, wherein the coroner wai called to act, at follows: Coroner Bawden has held many inquests in his time, but one held a few oiRfcts ago was perhaps the most inter eating he has ever held. A well known citizen was found in a livery stable in an apparently lifeless coudition. The liveryman notified a few gentlemen friends of the discovery and they summoned the coroner, who, bv the way, was only a few blocks distant. In a short time a jury was empanelled, and the inquest proceed toss begun. I he moon shone brightly through the barn window down upon the face of him, the cause of whose death the jury had met to determine. A few or toe gentlemen present knew the man and had for years; some of the jury knew him, and so did the cor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 22 January 1889

V Rock Island Daily Argu VOL XX XVII. NO 77 KOCK ISLAM), TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 18S9, PRICE FIVE CENTS. My Poor Back ! That " poor back " is held responsible for more Iban its share of the sufferings o? mankind. If your doq bites a man who kicks it, da you blume the dog ? On the same; (ipnriple the kidneys utter their protest B against nervousness, impure blood, ami resulting constipation. '1 hose force th hem r? .vstem of the poisons which are the :,lood. Then the sufferer say the rased. "Not yet;" but they will ill - blood purified, and the constipation (.f kidney troubles, and Painc's Celery With in tonic, purifying, and Inxativc ,i i'K'V, making it almost infallible in nes. If your hopes of cure have Mt r. ' :T xi r f)ouui; it ives perfect health to all wh complain of "their prxir backs." Prie6 fl.00 Sold ky Druucists. Si.sd for Iuustkaitd Paper. WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Proprietors, BURLINGTON. VF.KMONT. I "3 UT r- " n Davis Block, Molinp, Illinois. Telephone i05S. I ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 22 January 1889

-1 i hi v THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W- POTTER. Tuesday, January 22, 1889. Tbk 8bermao lepublicans have gone on a new tack in order to defeat the cabinet aspirations of Governor Foraker, of Ohio. Tbey are, it is saiJ, pushing Rutherford B. Hayes for secretary of war in HarrU son's cabinet, provided, of course, that Sherman is not selected for secretary of state. It Is to be hoped the country will be spared the disgrace of having his ex fraud ulency again occupy an official poss itlon of prominence. Anything would be better than that. Nkw Tore Tribune: "Let him sink; he ia onlv a Jew," was the exclamation of a crowd of people in a Russian town recently, as they behtld the struggles of a poor wretch in th-s rivor. Just then a young man broke through the crowd which tried to bold him back, and plung log into the river, brought the drowning man to the shore. As the crowd began to jeer at Dim for saving the life of a mere Jew, 1t was discovered that he whoie life was saved whs a Gentile, and t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 22 January 1889

THE KOCK ISTjA"N"Dg ARGUS: TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, W E Have lutt opened a jb of sm.pe glows tD,l nimens, all kinds under the Bun, 70 dorm in all. an importers sampleR for 23 traveling salesmen, being upwards of SO differem style. Wo have divided the glove into three loin to sell at 11, 18 "nil 25c Those at 11 are worth from 15 to 30 cento; th.MH at 18 from 2.5 to 60o, nod 'hoe nt 25c from 50.: to . 1 CO. The mitu-ns will he divided into 4 prices mb follows: 4.; lie, IHo. and S.jfi, every pair tuaranieed to be worth double, the price, and many worth three and four time riie asked These are the greatest drives in clove nd mitten we have ever been able to jiIko before our customers.-- . To mnko this sale doubly interesting we will for Monday, 1'uenday and W'etJ-ri-fdHy, threo dnys only, pn-nent to each purchaser of a pair of kid lovea, free, one of our estra kid glove &retchers. Remember the glove stretchi rs are mm to each customer putchosini! one or more puirs of kid uImvph ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 22 January 1889

THE9KOOK TST, ANT) A11GU8; TUESDAY, JANUA11Y 2L I8b9. BOO 31 IN G THfcTBRlDGE. Xaaentin'Mparlnc X Effort to Get TradetFroui the Lower End of Buck Island Cotmty The Mean Alfated. The Muscatine papers continue to urge tbe projects looking to the connecting of tbat city by a free wagon bridge with tbe lower end of Rock Island county. The New says, a bridge such as is desired need not cost as much as tbe new Du buque high bridge f 140,000. Says the Ntu$: A large part of the outlay here would be expended in stone piers and in build Ing trestle work and approaches on tbe Illinois side. Cnnnot a large part of this special cost be obviated by giving a slope to the Illinois siife of tbe bridge that would greatly reduce the outlay for piers and do away with the necessity of a tre9tie approach on that side? The chan nel of the river rnns close to the east bluff of the city and the approach at this polot would coincldently necessitate a high bridge on this side, where the draw would be. But aft...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 23 January 1889

Rock Island AI-LY ArGU v'DU XX XVII. NO. 7S ttOCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY, JANUAKY 23, l9 PRICE FIVE CENTS. My Poor Back! Tint "poor back" is held responsible for mors than its share of the suffering of mankind. If your dog bite a man who kicV.s it, do you blame the clog? On the sanv i,niiile the kidneys ulter their protect CS against nervou-m s, impure blood, and r.u!ting constipation. 1 liese lorce lliem .vstem of the poisons which are the :.lood. Then the sufferer cays the raied. "Not yet;" but they will tie !lwd punned, and the constiputinn f ,.f kidney troubles, and Paine's Celen ' f J Compound removes them quickly. With it tonic, purifying, and laxative -','y elfert. it also strengthens the weak Kidneys, making it almost infallible in f' curing nil diseases of the nerves and kidneys. If your hopes of cure have n;t 73 been reuli.ed, try Fainc's Celery Comonna; it gives perfect health to ali wh inn plain cf "their poor backs." Prioa fijDO Sold by Dkugoists. i fi kok. 1; i '..straihd P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 23 January 1889

THE BOOK -TREATO ATTOUB WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 18881. t THE DAILY V11GUS JOHN W. POTTER. Wednesday, January 28. 1889. The United States navy will aoon be in a condition to compete with that of any nation, unless the republican adtniolstra Hon and congress again adopt the policy by which in twenty four years they auc ceedcd in destroying it, while spending millions of dollars with favored contracts ors. The house committee on naval af fairs has Just completed the navel appro priation bill, which amounts to $20,000, 000. The bill authorizes the construction of a dynamite cruiser on the pattern of the Vesuvius, which on iis recent trial trip attained the greatest speed of any vessel afloat, and a 8.600 ton cruising monitor on the plans prepared by Repre nonUtlve Thomas, of Illinois. Oakota as Two fotatea. From tho Chicago Time. The effort o( a territory to come into the union with four United States sen a tors is such au fr.jrt as could only be made in the name or a political party who...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 23 January 1889

THE HOCK ISTjANI) ABGUa WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1HS9 WE Hsvo lust opened a job of sample gloves and oiinens, all kinds under the bud. 70 riosen in all. an Importer's samples for 28 traveling salesmen, being upwards of 50 riiffrent styles. We have divided the doves into thrte lots to sell at 11, 18 Zm 25c Those at 11 are worth from 15 to 30 cents; those at 18 from 25 to 50c, and 'hoe at 25c from 50o to fl.OO. The mittens will. he divided into 4 prices as follows: 4c; 11c, 18c and 25c, every pair euaranteed to be worth double the price, and man; worth three and four times prle asked. These are the greatest drives in gloves and mittens we have ever been able to plnCH before our customers. To mtiko thissttle doublj interesting we will for Monday, Tuesday and WcdneUy. three days only, present to each purchaser of I''1" ' k,d K'oves. free, one of our ettra kid glove stretchers. Rttnemtwr the glove stretchers are one to each customer puichssing one or more pnirs of kid gloves and will only ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 23 January 1889

TH3S BOCK IST,AXD ABGUS. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 18fe9. THE FhAKKlIM!5)' F..1R. It Opens Grandly at Turner Hall Last Evening. A Oreat ( to Crown the Effort f the Enterprlalnic Company The Exhibits. Tbe three nights' fair of the progressive and gallant Franklin hose company at Turner ball, opened auspiciously last evening. The large attendance present, as well as the great number of contributed exhibits, all tesliflej to the f H that public approval attends the efforts of this young and popular company to lead the way to the efficient and reliable ser vice that Rock Island has been so wofully lacking in all these years. The object of the fair is to raise funds to relieve in part, or in bulk If possible, the $3'0 debt tbe com pany has assumed in furnishing itself with a four wheeled cart of modern design, with which.with the assistance of the company's good and well trained "Unser Fritz", it will be able to "get there swifter" when its services are in demand. Tbe handsome new cart, whi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 24 January 1889

Rock ILY ArGU VOL XWVll. NO 79 KOCK ISLAND, THURSDAY. JANUARY 24, 18S9, PRICE FIVE CENTS. Da ISLAND My Poor B That Mroor t)ac't" Be'd 'sponsible for moie than its share of the sufferings c? mankind. If yonr dog bites man who kicks it, do vou blame llie do;; ? On the muk j principle the kidneys utter their protest gg against nervcu n.-s impure blood. znL resulting constipation. 1 hese force them vstem of the poisons which are the !,l.od. Then the sufferer says the rafd. "Not yet;" but they will (he blood purified, and the constipation .if kidney troubles, and Paine's Celery j .J Comiv..iind removes them quickly. With its Ionic, purifying, and laxative clrei-r. it aUo strengthens the wejk kidneys, making it almost infallible ir, i c.!i:vr nil cli-e;tscs of the nerves and ki.I- i -A Davis Block, Moline, Illinois. TeiobuDe .054. nevs. If yonr hopes of cure have n; t Wen ulk-'d, try I'atne'i Cclt-ry Com'Uiij; it ives perfect health to all wli.i mp!ai:i .t '-fiefr r-r backs." iV?V Si. 00 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 24 January 1889

T33E BOCK ISITAOT) ABGU8 THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1889. k -.J ' I THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W- POTTER. Thursday, Jamtaby 24 18h9. Thk republican party is load in its protestations of Jove and admiration for tbe soldier, bnt it often passes him by Ilk it does the bumble darkey whenever politest preferment is to be grtnted. An in stance of this kind is brought to mind in the reelection of Shelby M. Cullom to the United States senate by the republic can legislature, while the democratic members voted for that gallant soldier. Oen. John M- Pa'mrr. Thk contest over the speakership of the next house is rapidly developing Into a regular Kilkenny cat fight among the republicans. Two factions, one led by Messrs. Cannon and Reed, and the other by Messrs. Burrows and McCinlcy, had quite a spirited spat on tbe floor of the bouse last week. Mr. Reed got into a passion when he saw how he was losing tbe leadership which ha has held undisputed for four years. This Unlit was the result of some Hoe work on t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 24 January 1889

TH33 ROCK ISLAND A11GU8. THU118DAY, JANUARY 24, 189. No. 1 us!4.i. iDl ill fjfl Is Mm NO IE PRICES. American Bible Societies Bil.leg at cost. Oxford Bibles at cost. B-iffster RiMe at cost. Window Shades at cost. Wh'.I Papers very cheap. Aloiims of City of Rock Island 50. 22x28 Engravings 47c. at cost. A job lot of Picture Frames Ht yonr own pricos. KINGSBURY & SON, 1 1 0.1 Suoond Avenue. Manufacturers of FURNITURE i &, v M iuv -rsd . I $:wQwsfv oil cloths " and CURTAINS -g?Ca!l and examine our Goods and prices. KANN & FLEMING, No. 1.811 Second Avenue, Between Eighteenth and Nineteenth Streets, (KELKR3TRAS3 BfJILDING) ROCK ISLAND, ILL. WALL PAPER CO tut c C3 O A . A o o a 03 C3 o o .vs. vs. i&f awl We have the largest stock in the city, and are bound to sell, and prices are going to make it go. ' WPalntlng, Graining and Paper Hanging done on short notice. Ail work gaaraateed. Don't fail to now the place. - 1401 Second Avenue. Shirt, LE ...

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