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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 31 July 1889

Rock Island Daily Argus. VOL. XXXV11. NO 237 KOCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 18S9. PRICE FIVE CENTS. KRAU -I1A8 BERN AT TIIK Clothing, Hat and Furnishing T.ade in the Tii-cities for the last 35 years. We will stay there. WHY? liecause we will give our patrons the Full Value of their Money. We do not sell you $12.00 SUITS ITQR $8,00 But wk will skll you an $8.00 suit for $8.00 that is worth ifH.CK), and not a cent less. REMEMBER THAT ! YOU NKVF.R WILL BE IirMBTTGGKD AT ROBERT KRAUSE'S, The Pioneer Clothier, Batter and Gent's Furnisher, 115 and 117 West Second St., Davenport la. THE HOLINE WAGON. The Inline Wagon Co., Manufacturers of FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS A cull mi! mmr le llni of PLATFORM mil ntlw-r Sprine Wa'-'fln. rerially ari.!ptfri lo th Western Inula f stiprriitr nirKinan-hi ami fiiiirli Ihii'irnud iric Lit frve on Hillraiiiui. Sfc tin- .MjL1NK w Ail l.eli.r. purchasing. Adams Wall Paper Co., "UERCH & SUTCLIFFE, Managers. '.5(10 Patterns of New Styles in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 31 July 1889

TILE BOCK: ISIjAN1 AUG US, WEDNESDAY, JUL.Y 31, IBH9. THE DAILY AltGUS JOHN W- POTTER. Wednesday. Jilt 31, 1889. Senator Barbocr. of Virginia, whi is Also chairman of the democratic state committee, has been interviewed on the political condition of that Bttte. Fie says: "Virginia is naturally democratic. It is too early to ou'linc the issue on which the battle will be fought, but I presume Mahone will make the high protective tariff his rallying cry. I do not know how much of a figure Langston. the negro would be congressman will cut. lie hates Mahone enough to give liim trouble if he can, but he may be bought off with a good ofllce by the administration before the campaign opens. The campaign will excite national inn-rot because the republican national committee propose to aid their party w ith money and speakers. I cannot name the di-mocrtic nominee, but. whoever he is. he will le lhe next governor of Vircinia." Thf. cne of the rlrrk in the sixth auditor's office who propoM-s to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 31 July 1889

J -4 X THE HOCK ISJ-AND AKGUS. WEDNESDAY. JULY 31, 1889. r 3 LUTE DIMICK'S DEATH. THE WOODMEN TROUBLE. SEPTEMBER PETIT JDRORS. BOSTON STORE. 16 2-3. J I JUST 1 1-2 and 3-4 ANOTHER CASE LAWNS, lie per yard, 10 yards for 15 cents. 1 case Cballles 2 cents. 15 dozen ladies' Chemise, lace Irim'd and 10 dozen Drawers, well made, with yoke bands at 19c each, both made of Forest mills muslin. 86 dozen men's mixed summer weight Shirts And Drawers, regular made cuffs and ankles at 25c eash, worth 5i)c. Nice styles men's Tennis Shirts at 45c, were 75c. 10 dozen men's cheviot work Shirts 19 cents each. 10 dozen gauze summer Corsets reduced to 34c. 50 dozen ladits' black Ilose 8c pair, 25 dozen ladies' black Hose, warran ted fast dye, 9o pair. One lot fncy stripe Iloge. full regit Jar Engixh goods, 10c pair. One lot Indies' stripe Hose 2c pair. One lot plain assorted colored Hose 4o pair. Ooe lot men's mixed Hose lc pair. One lot men's mixed J Hose, seamless heels. 2c pair. 1 rate Pennine Indigo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 31 July 1889

.iiUt-ui,ifS!(IJ;.M.(..iiii,i'uij nhiS S-:,il'l:l'i-:i'''ni''-l :Mii. ........ . THE HOCK ISLAND AHGUS, WEDNESDAY, J.UI.Y&31, 1889. CONSOLIDATED CITIES.- Al'awtf Mono Mlmilanty ta that r Hark Inlaad 4JlDlliirTw Poat 111 re. Notwithstanding that both Rock Island and Moline are possessed of free deliver; service and the postofflee is of no minor importance in view of such circum stances. Moline urtres as an argument against consolidntion the tact that it might be deprived of its postofT.ee. C. A- Hose, of the Moline Tump com pany, cites to the Repuhlienn the case of the city of Kingston, N. Y., as one where two towns have been consolidated and still retains two postofllces Kingston and Rondout though the consolidation was effected several years previous to the time of his leaving there in 1874. The circumstances, while not identical, as Moline will never be anywhere near Rock Island in size, are somewhat similar to the case of Moline and Kin k Island Kingston is one of tin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 1 August 1889

r -.;t-.l-'l r r'-a Rock Island Daily Argus. VOL. XXXVII. NO 238 KOCK ISLAND, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1889. PRICE FIVE CENTS. KRAUSE -HAS BBKN AT TOE Clothing, Hat and Furnishing T.ade in the Tri-cities for the last 35 years. We will staythere. WHY? Because we will give our patrons the Full Value of their Money. We do not sell you $12.00 stjits for $8,00 But we will sell you an $8.00 snit for $8.00 that is worth . $8.00, and not a cent less. IMBMBER THAT! YOU NEVER WILL BE HUMBUGGED AT ROBERT KRAUSE'S, The Pioneer Clothier, natter and Gent's Furnisher; 115 and 117 West Second St., Davenport la. THE MOLINE WAGON. The Mne Wagon Co. MOI.IXfrV, Mamifactarers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS A Cull fini! romplt tr inr of TI.ATFOKM mil mhrr Srln(t 'i?rai, f.rnTially ariuptrrf to th V I'Heru trait of .upcrmr worUmnn-hip "nil finish l!lu?trat-1 ITice Lit free on !iililn'iiini se the MmLINK W AtioN ru-forc jurcliaainK. I .... Adams Wall Paper Co., LERCH & SUTCLIFFE, Managers. . 300...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 1 August 1889

THE BOCK ISLANJJ ARGU8 TIIUItBPAY, AUGUST SI, IG39. 1 c 'ft THE DAITjY A11GU8 JOHN W- POTTER. Thxtiibdat, AUGUST 1, 1889. -A urave qaeatloa." Springfield R pltjr. Ilsrvet 1'isk & Pons, bankers, and dealen in government bonds in the citj of New York, send out a circular headed as above, and under date of July 20lb, which shows a condition of affairs in the matter of government finances that should arrest the attention of every thoughtful man in the country. The following are extracts: With the small amount of excess reserves in the banks how are we going to tide over the great demand for currency now almost on us to move the fall crop of wheat, cotton, corn and other products, as well as the increased needs for manufacturing purposes? It is well to ask where all the money has flown to from New York during the pant few months. First We have shipped to Europe to pay for foreign goods over $3S,(M)0,HX) in good solid gold, and over f 3. 000. 000 ' n.ore is already engaged for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 1 August 1889

THE TtOOKC ISLAND AKGUS; THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1889. RIYERSIBE Cook Stoves r Ranges, RIVERSIDE OAK STOVES, Boynton Celebrated Furnaces, MASON & DAVIS Wrought Steol Ranges and Steel Dome Furnaces. tTEstimates for Heating and Ventilating furnished on application. 1617 Second avenne, STATIONERY. Clearing Sale OF- BOX PAPETRIES, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, July 9 and 10. Regular price 75c. " 65c. " 50c. it t 35c. 30c. 25c. All late styles. These prices are for these days only. KINGSBURY & SON, 1705 Secend Avenue. WINDOW AN ODD We were approached a few days ago to become a party to a scheme which was explained to us in the following language: "We (the schemers) will place a half dozen men in your city and will visit every house, offering for sale a ticket costing the purchaser 25 cents. This will entitle the holder any time within six months to demand of you npon an additional payment of $2.75 making a total of $3.00 a dozen Cabinets and an extra picture in a gilt frame....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 1 August 1889

THE HOCKC TSTiANJJ AUGUS; ; TIIUliSDAlY AUGUST 1, 1889. THE UPPER END RUMPUS. "Hal tarn la Pary" Make aMathiar y to Jaha Oabera Miateaaeat r tae f.asaa t a. Joslix, July St. John Osboro, who ia ft deep thinker and a great writer, an oracle of wisdom, Sunday school superia tendent ami justice of the peace, says, "one parting word with 'Multum in Par o;' one would suppose that a fair minded ed correspondent would investigate first and write afterward." That is just what we did Join. Our first report of the election was from the mouths of a dozen witnesses, both republican and demo crate, and the truth of it is fully established. "We rejoice," says John "that he found one republican he could believe and that he is satisfied Mr. Whiteside is not guilty of partisanship." We hare not made any such statements, and one would think that a professing christian and Sunday school superintendent would be more careful to speak the truth. But then it is only on a pur with saying that 1 gTe Mr. Whi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 2 August 1889

J rt 1 Island VOL. XXXVII. NO KOCK ISLAND, FRIDAY, AD OUST 2, 18S9. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Mock Daily Argus KRAUSE -HAS BEEN AT THE HEAD OF THE- Clothing, Hat and Furnishing TVade in the Tri-cities for the last 35 years. We will stay there. WI1Y? Because wr will give our patrons the Full Value of their Money. We do not sell you $12.00 suits for $8.00 Bnt we will sell you an $8.00 suit for $8.00 that is worth $8.00, and not a cent less. YOU NKVER WILL BK HUMBUGGED AT ROBERT KRAUSE'S, The Pioneer Clothier, Hatter and Gent's Furnisher, 115 and 117 West Second St., Davenport la. THE MOLINE WAGON. The loline Wagon Co., kolim:, ii.u Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS A Mil undcnropliii- line of PLATFORM and nlhor Sprint; Waron, err.ialy adiptrd in tb Wcsiero trsrtf . of mipirinr workman hip ami fi nii-h IHu'irau-it Price List free on Mvlir.iliini. Hc Hie MoLl.NK ADON before purcbaning 3 H nJP"SS? Adams Wall Paper Co., "LERCH & SUTCLIFFE, Managers. JiOO Patterns of New...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 2 August 1889

THE HOCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, tC39. THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W. POTTER. FniDaf, Acoost 2. 1888. This Is an off year in politic. There will be general elections in only eleven states: Iowa will elect a governor and lieutenant governor; Maryland will elect a comptroller and attorney general: Massachusetts will elect a governor and other state officers; Mississippi will elect a gov eroor and state officers; Nebraska will elect a supreme court judge and regents of state university ; New Jersey will elect a governor and state officers; New York will elect all state officers except governor and lieutenant governor; Ohio will elect a governor and state officers; Pennsylvania will elect a state treasurer, and Virginia a governor and state officers. The interest of politicians will center in the elections in the recently admitted territories of North and South Dakota, Montana and Washington. Each of these will elect all state officers and a congressman each, except South Dakota, which...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 2 August 1889

J 1 THE HOCK1. ISLAND AllGUS.' FHIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1889. RIVERSIDE Cook Stoves Ranges, RIVERSIDE OAK SIOVES, Boynton Celebrated Furnaces, MASON & DAVIS' Wrought Steel Ranges and Steel Dome Furnaces. "Estimates for Heating and Ventilating furnished on application. 1617 Second avenne, STATIONERY. Clearing Sale OF- BOX PAPETRIES, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, July 9 and 10. Regular price 75c. Clearing price 48c. " " 65c. " " 44c. H O it . 50c. 35c. 30c. " " 25c. " 18c. All late styles. Thpae prices are for Ilie9e days only. KINGSBURY & SON, 1705 Secend Avenue. WINDOW REFRIGERATORS In competition with the Leading Refrigerators of the United States received the highest award for economy of ice, using only 12.17 as much ice as its best competitor and 9.1 7 as much as one of its would be competitors. THE ALASKA iiiHHsen the only proviflinn charnlM-r free from odors, produces a dry cold air which no ohu-r can equal, and Las preserved fresh meats three weeks in the hottest wea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 2 August 1889

THE -ROCK ISLAND ABGUS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1889. BIG FLOUR MILL DEAL. l'nllMU fall the Mill latlsav eaprt racier a Ntirk Ciapair With Half a Slltlioa Capital. Yesterday witnessed tbe consummation of the heaviest business transaction tbat has occurred in Davenport for a long time, if it is not the heaviest that has ever taken place there. The Democrat-QcactU says, "deeds were filed for record trans ferring the Crescent mills, tbe City ele vator which was formerly attached to them, and Phoenix mills, to the Daven port Mills company. About a year ago the Davenport Mills company was organ ized, the authorized capital being placed at $500,000, of which amount f 50,000 was paid in, and upon which amount business was commenced. This concern remains tbe same as it has been It will operate the three mills, however, instead of only one as heretofore. The stock will remain at the same figure, but the sum of $400,000 will be paid in on it. increasing the actual capitalization to $450,000. Tbe va...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 3 August 1889

J 1 Argus. land i VOL. XXXVll. NO 240 UOCK ISLAND, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1889. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Rock Is Daily ) KRAUSE -HAS BEEN AT TIIE Clothing, Hat and Furnishing T.ade in the Tri-citiea for the last 35 years. We will staythere. WHY? Because we will give our patrons the Full Value of their Money." We do not sell you $12.00 stjits for $8,00 But wk will skll you an $8.00 snit for $8.00 that is worth $8.00, and not a cent less. HS'nVCElvIIBDBI THAT! YOU NEVER WILL BE HUMBUGGED AT ROBERT KRAUSE'S, The Pioneer Clothier, Hatter and Gent's Furnisher, 115 and 117 West Second St., Davenport la. THE MOLINE WAGON. Theioline Wagon Co., MOI,ll'H Manufacturers of FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS A full ni! complete line of PLATFORM end other Spring Wa?ona. rpciall.T arisntrit to 111. Wcsieru irml nf ri,p,n,.r workmanship and Kniih l!!r'trtc(l Price Lin fre on aivllration. St-c the Mol.INK AUoS l f..n- jiuri-liaaiug. Adams Wall Paper Co., "LERCH & STJTCLIFFE, Managers. 300 l'atlrns of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 3 August 1889

THE BOCK ISIiASTU ARGUS SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, IE39. THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W. POTTER. Saturday, August 3. 1889. Carlisle the Mas. The question of who will be chosen as the leader of the next house of represen Utires by the democrats, is being quietly agitated in Washington. The republicans say that Randall will be the leader, but democrats say that Carlisle will be the leader with Mills and the Breckenridges as his lieutenants. There is hardily a doubt that Mr. Carlisle will recede the democratic nomination for speaker without a dissenting voice. The republicans, of course, are doing all they can to spread the belief that tbey dread Randall more than any other democratic leader. This is all a sham and is meant for the purpose sole'y of booming Randall. It has been Randall's custom for years, when the democrats are in the mi norily in the house, to take a very active part and to make all the trouble that be could for the republicans. That he is an accomplished parliamentarian nobody deni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 3 August 1889

THE HOCRriSTiANI AKGUS; SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1889. RIVERSIDE Cook Stoves RIVERSIDE Boynton Celebrated Furnaces, MASON & DAVIS' Wrought Steel Ranges and Steel Dome Furnaces. 5?"Estimates for Heating and Ventilating furnished on application. 1617 Second avenne, STATIONERY. Clearing Sale OF BOX PAPETRIES, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, July 9 and 10. Regular price 7.rc. Clearing price 4Sc. " 65c. " " 44c. " POc. " " 38c. in o ft 35c. 30c. 25c. 4 4 All late styles. These prices are for these days only. KINGSBURY & SON, 1705 Secend Avenue. WINDOW AN ODD We were approached a few days ago to become a party to a scheme which was explained to us in the following langnage: "We (the schemer!)) will place a half dozen men in your city and will visit every house, offering for sale a ticket costing the purchaser 25 cents. This will entitle the ho'der any time within six months to demand of you upon an additional payment of $2.75 making a total of $3.00 a dozen Cnhiuets and an extra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 3 August 1889

"I THE -nOCKMSIiAND AHGUS, SATUIIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1889. ; THE SURVEY OF THE RIVER. WkllHuBrn ! the MlMlg. Ippl the FmI Mf by the Can. m aulas. The permanent survey of the Missis sippl river is being pushed by Capt. C. F. Powell of the Mississippi river commission, and all the work to be done in that direction this season is completed . Capt. Powell's men will be ordered to recommence at once the survey where they left off a few months ago, at Chester, 111. This survey was ordered by congress about 13 years ago, and as designated, was to extend from the head of the passes to the headwaters of the river. It has been completed from the passes to Chester, and it is expected that the field party that will begin work soon will reach the mouth of the Missouri river be fore the rivers close. By this survey the character of the banks and the bottom of the stream are noted, and observations are taken on the amount of sediment and discharge at different places. The snrvcy is extended to the bluf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 5 August 1889

J .- -v. LAND RGTJS. VOL. XX XVII. NO 241 HOCK ISLAND, MONDAY, AD GUST 5, 1889. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Rock Is Daily I I f KRAUSE -HAB BERN AT THE Clothing, Hat T.ade in the Tri-citiea for the last 35 years. We will staythere. WIIY? Because we will give our patrons the Full Value of their Money. We do not sell you $12.00 sxjits for $8oo But wk will skll yon an $8.00 suit for $8.00 that is worth $8.00, and not a cent less. lE&milIEIMIIBIEJIR, THAT! YOU NEVER WILL BE HUMBtJOQED AT ROBERT KRAUSE'S, The Pioneer Clothier, Hatter and Gent's Furnisher, 115 and 117 West Second St., Davenport la. THE MOLINE WAGON. The fifloline Wagon Co., Jioi,ii; Manufacturers o! FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS A mil .jjrtfM,. Ilni. nr PLATFORM i-nd othr. ttcalern lrn.1 ..f m.pcnr.r wnrkmaibip an.) nivllrsiioi.. Src the MOLINE ' Adams Wall Paper Co., LERCH & SUTOLIFFE, Managers. 300 Patterns of New Styles in Wall Paper. FPaioting. Graining and Paper Hanging. OIMICK BLOCK. Twentieth Street...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 5 August 1889

THE HOCK ISLAND AUG US, MONDAY, AUGUST 5, THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W. POTTER. Monday, Acgcbt S, 1889. A Searr RevaU. Mr. John J. Jones and quite a number of prominent colored republicans of Springfield, this sUte, hare issued a call for a conference of leading men to be held la that city Octobei 7, for the purpose of discussing some important mat tera relative to the advancement and welfare of the race. Iter. Geo. C. Booth and other prominent colored men will be there and address the conference. Invitations are now being sent out in different parts of the slate for the active and leading men to attend. It will no doubt be the most important assemblage of representative negroes that has ever been held in this or any of the western states. In speaking of the objects of the meeting the Chicago Sentinel, a wefrkly uaner devoted to the interests of the negro race. ssys: The object of the meeting is not fully set forth in the call, but we are disposed to believe that the colored republicans o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 5 August 1889

J 1 THE HOCK ISLAND AKGUS. MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 1889. 3o. As a spcc'al advertisement for oar Millinery department we will open on Monday a. m. Aug. 5th, at 9 o'clock sharp, a lot of all stylet assorted hats for ladies, misses and children at 3c, 3c, 3c. These are closing lota and include many styles that sold earlier in the sea son at 25. 83. 45, 50, 63 and 75c, now all at 3 cents. To add to the attractions for this week we threw out the last of the silk mitts of the late firm of WOLF & WEIDNER which Mr. McCabe bought some time ago but owing to litigations have just been delivered. The failure of this Arm crested quite a sensation in Chicago when it occurred a few weeks ago, and the many legal complications which hare since arisen hare caused much discussion by the Chicago papers. We shall sell one lot of pure silk lace Mitts at 4o a pUr. A lot of children's silk lace Mitts, better quality, at 0c a pair; 2:1 dozen ladies silk Jersey Mitts at 14c a pair; 15 dozen misses Jers...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 5 August 1889

THE' TTO CK'TST j AN D AllGUS, MONDJYr AUGUST s 5; 1889. i'i .1 RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Mr. Doaccla. ft Tark, Talks Abat II taX stive laa-Maatk Park Chap, el Aaalveraary Xatea. Ia the basement of the Christian chapelwhich Is being used for services while the church proper is undergoing repairsMr. Doncgian. of Louisville, a Turk, who , has been converted to the Christian religion, delivered an interesting talk on the customs of his native people. He is an Armenian bv birth, had been converted to the cause of Christianity by an Amei can missionary and had come to this country, from which he first saw the light of salvationrt acquirtran-PIucationand to better fit himself for preaching the gospel, when he will ask to be sent as a missionary among his native people. At the close of his lecture he dresae-1 himself in three of the costumes peculiar to the Turks, showing how the turbans were made by wrapping a long piece of mate rial several times about the head. He alao exhibited specimens of ...

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