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TJIK J?KH CLOTD Oil IKK. FRIDAY. J N. 5. 1900.
State of Maine.
1 m W ml
ilONOIl OF THIEVES.
Wisconsin Jail Breakers Stick to a
"Pal" to the Death.
Tliroiitfti llnrt1lil ntul I)nnKr the
Lnwlcsn I'nnllUfx Tenderly
Nunc mill Cure for Tlielr
Three years ago I was all run
down, weak, exhausted; had
indigestion, constipation, and
my system was debilitated in
general. Physicians did not help
me and I began taking Dr.
Miles' Nervine. Now, I am
s well as ever. ohai. a. white,
Ex-Treas, State of Maine, Qardlner, Me. 71
is told by all druceists un guarantee,
first bottle benefits or money back.
Book on heart and nerves sent free.
Or. Miles Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind.
P. f, COBLE.
' OFFICE IN MOON III.OCK.
Insurance vvilttcn on city mid (arm
property ut lowest rates,
FRED E. McKEEBY, M. D.
Surgeon B. M. R. R. ontpnny,
a otl V, 5, Pension Surgeon.
City Ami country calls promptly an.
svvcred day or night.
OnrioKovKuliiNnsKY's Meat Mahkkt
NtOtlT CALLS AT OPPCfe.
- -- ..t a.
Dr. E. A. Ckkighton,
Honorary (iriuluatu & Silver Medalist
Wcstei n University, Canadn.
Ca.i.s Aniwkkkd Day anh Niqut.
OrrriK OvanCooR'H I'lunsucT.
J. S. EMIG-H.
IK YOU WANT IT.
Crown Q Bridge Work or Teeth Without I'latei
And all the latent lmirovomonl la dental inech
I. Ii. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS.
Lock llox S3, (luldo Hock, Neb.
All kinds of piopurty bought, sold and
RTTORNEYS - RT - LiPCW.
Office over Past Otflce.
KM) CLOUD, NKBltASKA.
DBS. SENILES & SEARLES
Muiu nm 1 lth & O St
13 m-iii-h In Omaliu ami
In Ntirvniix, dironloand
l'rlute IIIHKAbllS of
Ocenslonnllj mi Ineldent shovvb up on
the bobbin of lime lccullingornccentu
ntlng nn old Mi.vlng.
In the woods of northern Illinois, the
other day, roiucthlng oeetirrtd which
proved that then- Is "honor nnioiig
thieves." An olllelnl fiom that state,
in llrookljn on business, told a reporter
of the Kngle the Mor.v.
I'oiir pilsoiieis broke from the Jail
of Wiiuhcgiin, the eapital of n county
contiguous to the southern liountlnry
or Wheonsin. One of the prisoners had
n blnek murk against him in nearly
eer. city of the cuiiiitr. Kven In
llrnokljii, where eriinliialh hue few
leasons to congregate. Tom Meyers
was known as ti "smooth man in the
confidence Hue, and in forgery."
The escape of prlsoneis fiom the jail
of n small town Is nn exciting event.
inid lu this ease eitl?ens joined ollleers
in their pursuit and search, and blood
hounds, something unusual In the
north, were turned upon the trail. They
were unsuccessful. One of the prison
ers was captured, but not lu the woods.
He was found In the street hi Chicago.
The first question asked of him by the
sleuths of Chicago was: "Where is Tom
MeversV" The reply was short:
For a day or more that vvns nil the
captured man would tell, but when the
herltV from Wnukegnn went down to
the western metropolis the prisoner
talked to him. Ab the visiting olllelnl in
llrooklyn remembers It the prisoner's
story to the shurilT vvns like this:
"The first day of freedom Tom Mey
ers vvns taken slek. lie couldn't travel
with us, but he was such a smart guy
we couldn't leave him. He hnd planned
the escape. Then we found a big pile of
underbrush and crowded into It, It
mined pitchforks the first night, and
lxior Tom got worse. lie was us tender
:io a spring chicken, Tom was, and the
exposure told on him fast. He wanted
us to leave him. but we told him we
would stick to him ii-j long as we lived,
and if he wii. ttikcli We would all go to
Iri'lhcr. We took olV our coats and made
til in a bed, and one night when the vain
run through the brush as It would
through n sieve, we took turn about
holdinga hat over his face soil wouldn't
get ducked. Once we lienid the blood
hounds bark, so close did they come.
I'oor Tom had been doing iv good deal
of barking himself coughing, I mean
and when it was necessary for him to
ceep quiet he done It like u soldier, lie
"One of us crawled out nest morning
and stole some bread from a farmhouse
and went back to our shack and di
vided the loaf. We would have gone
hungry nnd let poor Tom have all of it
if he could have eaten it, lint his hunger
was growing less all the time, nnd lie
swallowed mighty little of the stuff.
"That night while it wasm.v turn to
hold his head on my lap he asked me In
a whisper that wasn't asstrongasa sick
woman would have said it to put my car
close to him, and 1 did, and lie said
" Mltiry me here, nnd then you can es
cape. Koine day. when it's safe, you can
tell my friends! Don't wake the hoys.'
"And before I could even say good -by
lo him he was deader than a mackerel.
I don't remember In all my life thnt 1
ever saw a man die before. I've seen
most everything but that. And I ac
tually held Tom's head after he was
dead for a long time, but I can't tell how
..ing. Hut 1 see the dnj light breaking
tluough the brush before I called the
ut her boys to wake up.
"Men in our situations had no time
to pass any resolutions or make any
Miccches. and men like us ain't up in
ncli things nohow, but we said n few
wolds about his belli giittv, and then
we buttoned his coat and turned up the
collar. Two of us dug out a place with
our hands, mid then we nil laid Ills body
In It, and we wrote his name on n bit of
paper we had .mil put it in ills pocket.
Then we eovered the body witli leaves
and throwed on the dirt, and then cov
ered up Hint with more lenves and
branches. One of the gang said he re
membered something he lenrnt at Sun
day school and said It over Tom, what
ever It was, and then each man struck
out for himself.
"Could I find the place where wo
burled him 7 You bet, In the dark. A
man ain't likely to forget such a thing
in all of his life."
"The sheriff of Waukegan told me,"
said the officer in llrooklyn, "thnt he
never heat d sucli a story as the prisoner
told him, and that it beat anything he
ever saw lu a theater. And that the
toughest job he ever had was to take
his man back to jail." llrooklyn Eagle.
A New York Physician Advises
His Patient to Take Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
LETTER TO MSJ. PINK1IAM HO. 7J.9J6J
" Dkah Miw. 1'i.vkiiam I have three
children and Buffered with falling of
tho womb und flooding. My physician
bcraped tho womb, still the Hooding
continued and I was no better. At
last he advised mo to use Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Then
I thought I would write to Mrs. I'lnk
ham for who could odvlso mo better
than any one if I was to take her reme
dies. I received her reply nnd followed
nil her dlrectlotl.1 nnd 1 am very glad
lo send you this testimonial, for Lydia
K. I'lnkhttin's Vegetable Compound Is
just vvhnr. it la recommended to be. I
advise all women who 'suffer from
these complulnts to try it." Mahu:
Lump, 108 i Avk., Nnw Yomc City.
ACETYLENE IN WAR. Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Tho New Illuminant Is to Bo Uso'd
Larnya juiil Itcflcotiirn (or Scarohlntc
(or the Wounded ami AVntclilnfr
the Movement of Troop
'A year ago I was u great sufferer
from painful menstruation. I could
not Ho down or sit. down for tho dread
ful pain each month. I wrote to you
and took twelve bottles of Lydia E.
l'lnklinni's Vegctnblo Compound, and
it has helped mo so I cunnot find
words to express my gratitude toward
Mrs. I'lnklinm. I am to-day well and
hearty." Miss Joik Saul, Doveii,
Clams Co., Mich.
Moro than a million women have
been helped by Mrs. Pinkham's advice
COUNTED BY MACHINERY.
Foot a Ationt Each l'eraon Will lie
Tabulated (or the Ceiiana
Our firbt census, made in 1705, showed
the population of the United States to
be Ji.OUO.OOO, and the count cost Uncle
Sum, who vvns comparatively poor then,
one cent for uacli person. It Is esti
mated that the twelfth census, to lie
made In June, 1000, will allow that our
people number 75,000,000, and thnt tho
item of clerk hire, in the census bin can
lilone, will exceed $5,000,000. Although
the work of enumeration will be com
pleted by the 1st of .Inly, it will jirob
afily be two or even three months later
before the last of the schedules are
received nt the census office; for not
only must they nil be exumlned by 'the
supervisors, but in many cases they will
probably require revision because of
some error or informnllty. The actual
counting of the people will not be done
until the schedules are turned into the
census office. The enumerators simply
gather the facts, nnd the office force lu
Washington does the counting nnd1 the
compiling, which is done by electricity .
In 100 dnys nil the facts relating to 75,
000,000 people will be tabulated. Clif
ford Howard. In Ladies' Home Joiirnnl.
Captain McComb, First Illinois Infantry
IZ3 Victim to the Privations of the
MEN AND WOMEN
All Private Diseases and
DISORDERS OF MEN
-5 ri..i.:u.. with
;5 enable us to iruarantoe to
euro uu rurnuie cuw ui
tba Nose, Throat, Chest
Btomach, Llrer, Wood,
Bkluand Kidney Dlgeaaea
LoA Manhood, Nlxht
Emission.!. Hydrocele, vnr
leocele. Gonorrhea, aioet. PIIm. Fistula and
Uectal llloers, Dlabetea and lirUjUt's Disease.
ty $160.00 for a case of CATARRH.
RHEUMATISM. DYSPEPSIA, or
BLOOD POISON wecanoetcarelf eurable
treatmeat br mall in all dlaeasM a peeialtr.
All mediamo furaUaad. . Call or addreta
with iUbd tor aireelar. free book,
-writs wem kxibf
lu aUeharda hik..
mlar, tree booic. and reeelU
r P, 6. Bex 224. Oflfea
, it oi TtlaeTia, Neh
(Inaolvril Mystery of the Maine.
"I do not believe the details of the
blowing-. up of the Maine will ever be
revealed, and no man ever worked
harder to probe the m.vstery than I,"
reninrked ('apt. Luclen Young, of the
navj, recently, "it is nb much of a mys
tery to-dny as it was when tike atro
cious crime was committed, for there
cannot lie the slightest doubt that its
destruction was the result of design.
The explosive that did the work vvni
taken from Jim magazine by a couple
of Spaniards, who undoubtedly acted
under orden, and these men are not
alive to-dny. Dead men tell no tales,
and after they had been used in the
accomplishment of the barbarous deed
there was every reason to get them
out of the way. The exact way In which
the explosive was used, however, U a
kecret that will never become known,
unless those who know about it choose
to expose their own infmmy." Watk-
Unhealthy Drinking Water played Havoc
with His Kidneys.-Owes it to Dodd's
Pills that he is not a Victim to
SBright's Disease Manly Letter.
Chicago, January 5. The Cuban
war was tho cause of a groat ileal moro
sulTuringtlinn that to bo expiessed by
tho lists of killed and wounded. Many
poor follows who wont tluough tho
campaign without a scratch wilt feel
the effects of the privations and uxpos
lira they endured so bravely until their
Captain MoComb of this city who
sorved with Mm First Illinois Infantry,
and wiio has been nn officer in the first
Illinois National (5 mud for twelve
yents eamo homo broken in health aft
er seven weeks in tho trenches before
Santiago His kidnoys had boon ef
fected by the filthy ill inking water,
worse at Santiago than at auy other
point in the war.
Tho many frionds of Captain Mc
Comb will bo glad to learn ho hns re
covered Hnght's Disease, which was
developing, hns been avetted by tho
timelv usu of Dodd's Kidney Pills. Ovv
ing to this remedy, which has tho rep
utation of being the only medicine that
will euro Hrighl's disease, that (ormor
ly incurable malady, tJaptalo McComb
is now in perfect health. Ho himself
wrlteB to acknovvledgo tho benefit ho
lias rocoived from Dodd's Kidnoy Pills.
His letter roads as follows
Chicago, III , Aug. 29, 1800.
Dodds' Medicine Co., UulTnlo.N. Y.
Gentlemen: During my campaign in
Cuba I was compelled to think tho un
healthy water o( thnt climato and
country, which got my kidness in a
very sorious condition. I began to
tnko Dodd's Kidnoy Pills upou my im
mediate return homo and found thorn
to bo a sure euro for kidnoy complaint
and recommend them to all sufferers
of this torriblo disease.
Yours veiy truly,
Cait. VV. II. McComb.
The uses to which acetylene lamps
may bo put arc not confined to light
ing the pathway of cyclers along thu
boulevards and through the trce-dnrk-ened
shadows of the parks. Lieut. Von
Krlcs, of the German nrmy, has demon
strated thut acetylene will piny an im
portant part in the war, though, per
haps, not so important as some enthus
iasts wouldascribctoltwho believe that
ncteylene will rival, if not entirely re
place, electricity. The acetylene indus
try has hitherto been busy construct
ing only lntnps, etc., but Lieut. Von
Krlcsisthe llrst to have found nn acety
lene reflector, and, lu the opinion of
Prof. Goeltig, with great success. The
developer of this portable rellector can
also be connected with a specially con
structed operation lamp for uso in the
operating and dressing tent of the am
The rellector, which is intended es
pecially to serve for searching for the
wounded on the battlefield, consists of
an acetylene developer borne on the sol
dier's back, and the rellector itself,
which 1b fixed to a detachable stand
made of a Manncsmnnn tube. The two
portions are connected by metal tub
ing. The developer is filled with about
one kilogram of calcium carbide, and
gives out a light of 50 or CO normal
eandlepowcr.lasting nbotit eight hours.
By means of a special nrrangement of
parabolic magnifiers this candle pow
er is doubled. The developer is not
liable to explode, and is self-rcgulatlug.
The rellector itself is made of nickel,
nnd can bo manipulated with case,
turning in all directions.
Dy the use of thls new invention the
wounded can be seen, even in unfa
vorable circumstances, at a distance of
60 to 100 meters. The lamp can be also
Used In the operating tent and is far
more practical than all former kinds of
so-called ambulance lamps, especially
electric antl benzine lamps, which were
found iihsoluiclv tisnli.t& In tin. c.itnn I
from technical reasons, Ir Is especial
ly noticeable. ;0r its suitable arrange
ment nnd the possibility of turning it
in all directions, hnd If It shows itself
to be as good as is asserted will supply
ft heed in surgical nrmy circles. How
far Von Krles' ncteylene rellector will
answer the expectations of its admir
ers will be seen from thorough exam
ination; it seems, however, that, apart
from sanitary purposes, it may be used
on rallwaysand for other objects where
not too great light is required.
Whether, however, the introduction
of acetylene lamps for all the move
ments of troops is advisable is worth
discussion. Whereas, for instance, ten
fillings would be sufficient for the first
part of a campaign for the ambulance
department, ns a bnttle is not fought
every day, and the apparatus Is only re
quired during or after a b.ittle, the sup
ply for the lighting of transport, in
which case the lamps would be re
quired every night, would have to be
considerably greater, and it is, there
fore, doubtful whether It would Impos
sible to take enough calcium carbide for
the purpose. Moreover, cveu the most
simply constructed acetylene lamps re
quire a certain amount of technlcnl
dexterity. Whether everyone will so
quickly lenrn their use may be doubt
ful, while a sufficient number of men,
especially patrol chiefs, can be trained
for the comparatively small number of
reflectors, etc. Chicago Chronicle.
Kidney trouble preya upon tho mind, dis
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
ana cnecrtuincss soon
disappear when tho kid
neys are out of order
Kidney trouble has
oecomo so prevalent
that It is not uncommon
for a child to be born
fir I M n l,ssfm '
: i U VC5C :
i3 afflicted with weak kid
neys. If tho child urln-
" ates too often. If the
urine scalds tho flesh or if, when the child
reaches an ago when It should be able to
control the passage, it Is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon It. the cause of
tho difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women as well as men arc made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble, 1
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the Immediate effect of
Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It b sold
by druggists, In fifty
cent and one dollar
sizes. You may have a
sample bottle by mall
tree, also pamphlet tell- Homo of swamp-noot.
ing all about it, Including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Blnghamton, N. Y., be sure and
mention this paper.
B & M. R.Y
II EI) CLOl'D, NKIIIt.
S'l. J OK
S'l. LOUIS nnd
all points cast and
SAhl LAKE O'Y
and all points
"A tap worm elsbteen feat long at
laast came on tha acene after my taking two
CASOAKKTS. This I am sure baa oaused my
bad health lor the past three years. I am stilt
taking Cascarets, the only cathartic worthy of
notice by sensible paople."
GEO. W. BOWl.cs, Ualrd. Mlts.
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No, I'J. 1'nfPciiRcr dnlly for Obcrlln
nnd St. Frnnclslirnnchp.. Ox
ford, Mct'oiik, Dcnv crutnl all
jiolnts wot - 7:5.") n in
Nn. II. I'nsctiKcr ibilly for M. .loe,
KiuiHflH City. Atrhlxm, Hi.
Louie, Lincoln lu W'vmorc
mill nil point enst mid couth 3:05 a.m
No. is. Passenger, dully. Denver, ull
points in Colorudo, Utnh and
Nn IB, I'nssciiKer, dully for bt. Joe.
Kansas City. Atrlilton, St.
Loiilx nnd Hi I points emit ninl
tnuth . 10:15 a.m
No. Ill Accommodation, dnlly except
Sunday. llntalmtF. Grnilil In.
land, lllnck Illlts nnd nil
points lu tliu nortliwcM - 1:00 p. m
So 14.1. Acrniunioilntlun, dnll) except
Sunday, Olierlln, Kiuicru, mid
Intermediate Motion, via Ku
No, 01. Freight, dnlly, Wymore nnd
St. .I(ic nnd Intermediate
Junction polntx lSMDp.m
No. 63. Freight, dally for Kepnbllcnn
Orlcaim, Oxford and nil poluts
west 10:30s. m
Freight, Unity except Huudny
for Wymore nnd all point east 7:00 a.m.
rrciRiu nniiy 10 uxiora aim
intermediate nolnts - 1:30 n.m
Sleeping, dining, nnd reclining chnlr cars,
(scats f rcol on through trains. Tickets sold ana
baggage checked to any point In tho United
Btatcs or Canada.
For Information, tlmo tnbl(R,mapa or tlckots
call on or address A. Conover, Agent, Red
Cloud, Ncbr. or J. Francis, General Passenger
Agent Omaha, Nobrasis.
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charge. Our fee not due tilt patent is secured,
' A Pamphlet, " How to Obtain Patents," wlthi
cost of same in the U. S. and foreign countries'
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i&nule far tin,
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GnmbllnK I" Kriinee.
Gftmbllnp in Frnncc lb snid to have
reached such pronortioni, thut tlic gov
ernment hns begun to Mutly the ques
tion seriously. It is cBtlumteil thnt hnlf
of the suicitlcb in l'nris arc duo to los6eb
at the races. N. Y. Sun.
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What Do the Children Drink.
Don't givo thorn tea or coffoo. Have
you tried the now food drink called
UraimO. It is delicious and nourish
ing nnd takes tho placo of coffoo. Tho
moro Grain-0 yon givo tho children
tho moro health you distribute through
thoir dystonia. Urnln-0 ia mado of
pure grains, and when properly pre
pared tastes liko tho choice grades of
coffoo but costs nbout one-fourth as
much. All grocors sell it, 15c and 23c.
that primarily the
Soulier is a stom
cverv man is a
stomach. The whole body and brain are
dependent for health ami life upon the
orderliness and completeness of the pro
cesses which go on in the stomach nnd
allied organs of digestion and nutrition.
Teoplc who have been treated for dis
ease of head, heart, lungs, liver, nerves
or blood have often lieen treated in vain,
until they liegan the use of Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. When this
medicine had healed the stomach and
cleansed the blood, the other diseases
"Six years ago last August I was attacked with
malarial fever." writes Mr. Daniel A. Carter, of
ir a .. V W f nxf ark1fatt Tuaontris sllo
la reed, and I was in bed off and on for four
yenrs. i went ionic iiununiiiuii wmcwiiiKm
said I had dyspepsia, others saia I
ic last il
PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS.
In the DUtrlct Court of Webster county, Neb
The Clt) of lied Cloud, Nehnukax
Tho KarmemA Mareliant'H llntikA
liiK comiinny. William ri. (far-
bcr. JoliiiO. Yclscr.nud HylaniH
I), llcdford, 1
To tho defendant William S. Qarber:
You are hereby untitled thnt on tdo Ut day of
December, lwm, tho plnlutllf herein filed Its
amended petition ncnlnst you ct nl. lu the above
entitled action, In the olllce of the clerk of tho
Illftrlrt Court of Webster County, Nebrnskn,
tho object nnd rirnjcr of which arc to subject
to Kale on execution lot twentyono (21 ) In block
ttilrtyono (III), lu tho original townslto of Ited
Cloud, Nebraska, Usacd on r JudRiiieutof tho
district court of said county, nualntt the tie
fendant llanklnK Company, In favor of the
plaintiff, und to izclude you and tho other do
fendauts wholly of any Interott In said real
You are required to answer said petition on or
before Monday the 2Jd day of Jnuanry, 1000, or
Bald petition will be takou an confessed, and
and decree rendered aceordltiRly.
nir. uiTvor imiu;i.ouu .rnnASiu,
lly Ciunkt & MuncKit. It's Attorneys.
trouble. The 1
octor I had called It chronic
liver nnd stomach disease. So I paid out money
and nothing- did me any goou. Two years ago
I commenced taking Dr. I'ierce'a Golden Med
Hfel Discovery, and used ten bottles, and now I
can do as big a day's work as any man,
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are s
boon to bilious people. They cure.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Stnte of Nebraska I
Wcbstor County, f In the County Court.
In tho matter of the ebtato of Ornugo II. Hear.
Notice Is hereby given to all persons having
claims and demands against Orange II. Hear,
late of Webster county, deceased, tliat tho tlmo
fixed for filing claims against said estate la six
months from the 10th day of lanuarv 1U0U.
AH such persons are required to present their
claims with the vouchers to tho County Judgo of
said comity, nt Ills offico therein, on or before
the 10th (lay of July, 1V00. And all claims bo
filed will bo heard before the said Judge on tho
ujiu (lay oi duiy, ivuu, at a o-cioc p.m.
James DurrT. County Judgo.
Dated December 23rd, 1BV9.
tiiracate Tour liowels With CnscareU.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever.
lOo.S&c. If C.O.G, fall, druggist refund monaj.
XriasaDGErVisi! BUrM " l I
E STATU OP AI.PItKU WOOD, 8UPI03KD
TO UE DBAD.
In the Orphans' Court of Montgomery County
NoUce la hereby given that Charles Penny,
packer has made application to the Orphans'
(otirUof Montgomery county. Pennsylvania, for
letttrs of administration on the estate of Alfred
Wood, late of Norrlstown, Pennsylvania, (son of
Zllpba Wood, deceased,) who Is supposed to be
dead ; and said court has granted a rule, requir
ing the supposed decedent. If alive, or any other
person for him. to produce to the court on or
before the 2nd rtavcif January. A. D., IBO0, sat
tafartnri evlilMn f hla tontlmtanpn i., nrA
! Otherwise thu ptu) i r ut ald petition will be
Lranieu. wiu.uat i'. Youno.
aaxiLKHB ti (linson. Clerk of Courts.
Attorney, Norrlstown, Feana,
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