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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               went VOL. IX. NO. 2165, MR. STANLEV WILL SUE. He Will 1 ake Maj Barttelot's Brother at His Word ilsUUMI SrOK LIBEL Mri> Jmuleno i Denies the Charges Against Hei IIiiHliiiuI I lent Truup Says Ha Is fur an Opportunity to Cross tTtinhn- Minify (n Court I.OM N n 11-Ihe Pall Mall Gazette Mi Sim lej will prosecute Walter Baittilit ind jthers who hive brought chains umibt him in cuunection with tin COIIIK v rsj riniiding the re ir guard of the innieli Mr Stanley has ret line 1 Mi Ueorge Lewis and Sir Charlea Kussell tj conduct case Mrs Jaiuleitoa's Deuial. lu an mtcrview yesterday Mrs Jamiesou denounced as a biseless fabrication the stoij th it her 1 ite husband purchased a girl in 1 turned her over to the natives to be killed and eaten m order that he huvi mi opportunity ot witnessing anil sketching cannibalistic seenpa Sha BIU th it Jimicson sent her a number of sketciusillustritivc of the life of au Afri can tribe 's.iiuc of t'use sketches depicted the can nab ilistic habits of the natives one show two victims being wi riflced, but these were onlj incidents coming under his obser V.UK n as i tr iveler Think lUrttolot Was Mad. Ihe Dul) Neivs sajs tliat if Bonny Is able to snbst uiti iti one-tenth of what he baa related Manlev will be completely jus- tilied and it vulloul} remain to ascertain the precise moment when Harttelot bet amp SOCIALISTS AT COOPER Ilie I'rosti 1ILO UMON Vllllljis ofthi thl K II. NMV Nov 11 V sons iisti mbli 1 at onpu i to eelebrati the mi ni rv who were executed in I! i i nifu on aeei nut of the II 1 he event I t re thin ir i- two sections last s i by the socialists uid auan lusts toi u tu senti d p nc verepirs i force but were in he main i drew Hugn Patk vvbo itrwi I thl ixiici-.es au 1 i i ,lv Ie Clneago authoi n es Professor De I eoi 1 inlsudtlie socialists hid no us f v r.port from Lon- ilo i tint il irj M Mill has brought si Vi iltci limtclot and others j h.ieuiu., 1 him with misconduct th Knnn relief expedition wasappar ently wi Icome to Lieut, iroup, for when a rep -a r brought it to his notice he smiling] v s ud I wonder if I m not in cl i K d mong the I hope so, for I b _lidof an opportunity to cross qiestion Mr Stanlev It is he who in the first pi ic- brc thecli irgps As far as Iaiucoincrttt.il I h m jnl) spoken when I was accuse] 1 ut charge which I have mide aKinsl Mi -itanlej ls ,hal by ge lectmg Mij Uuttcljt to command the real co'umn be committed a blunder which lesiiltrl in disastrous failure, theiefoie he itiiiil jj ia pnmarllj re- fo thatfnlure He is alsj responsible in a secondary bense in tint he as head of the cxpedi tioii fulidtomik a proper provision of food an I medicine for the rear column I luve n ili mid I am re idv to snb-t uiti ite them if tailed tipont I mile the u only when ac cused b t i iv in, niide them I atn ready toKtan 1 I) tiieiu Hi- C nun lo Jamlenon s Relief 11 )i p ipparentl) not believe Jamie- n isj, i It) jfthet rnbleeharge of hav in. i uiel the killing aud eating of a tiatm url tli t lie m it Inve exciting m- i Jen s an I tch s fur his note book, al t o igh h si I in n hove I him the skiichi-.of th> humiil sieies, He says Un ui" occisun J i meson said to me that he marie a 1 it it -k t during his diid w ml 1 I ritu- m to me to amuse mvsclf witU ims he did. One series of sketches my attention par ticularlj Ihcie I pres i ue are the can uibalsketcht4nhii.li M Bouny describes W hen Jamiesoucimeto ni) hut after lunch he asked me i i a ch iffing way, if I thought he had imprjved My reply was, 'What an awful subject you have here He re plied that he had not boon present at the actual killing of the girl aud that that part of the sketch was drawn from description, but that he came m afterward, just whei! they were feasting I thought nothing more of it at the time Gladstone on the Recent LONDON, Vov U reply to a request for his opinion in regard to the American elections, Mr Gladstone writes the London correspondent of The United Prwm as foi lows 1 have received the Intelligence of the result of the recent elections in Amori ca with lively feelings, on grounds moral not less than economical, and American scaicely less than English In my opinion the example of America in reference to the tariff will not have much weight in Eu rope I might run the risk, if I proceeded further, of justly offending by my uudue inttusion the American Republicans, whom, off the single ground of protection, I rejoice to reckon as warmly sympathizing with the cause of public right I believe British interest in the Mclflnley tariff ia secondary, except for the momentary dls turbance A Judicial Inquiry Demanded. PARIS Nov 11 Temps says "The Stanley contioversy must be referred to a court of justice The honor of civilization is involved m the matter Europe, having" supported the enterpma with its sympa thies supposing that it was inspired by philauthrophy, has a right to know whether or not au expedition which was associated with unprecedented brutalities had any claim upon its sympathy Hog Cholera Raging OSKALOOSA, here is an epidemic of hog cholera in this locality which is taking the animals off by the score Within the last two weeks At K Price Son have lost 000 worth of prize hogs from the disease COLUMDUS, 0 Nov 11 -The state board of agriculture is greatly excited by the prevalence of hog cltulera in the central counties of the state, and the action of large hog raisers in rushing their animals to market The disease seems to be unusu ally severe, and where it bas herds of several hundred have been swept away In a week of the execution of tlic mirljrs' professed as well as a determination to abolish wage slavery Celebrating; at Conn 11 nnaichists of this Cltv observe 1 Ihc anul versarj of the execution of the Chicago Tiinrtirs' lastniitlt iluj were aidless ed bj Herr Most ihe meetin0 passed off quietly The Costa Ulcnn Ministers t unnr il WASHINGTON ll-lhe fnneril of Sencr Don olio actnu minister of Costa Kica at the time of hi, death took place from St Mitthew s Citluhc church yesterday Lo m H n sm 1 by Rev Father Chappelle I he b hliireis were ten Milors Ihe pill Hirers Minister Kimtr of Mivice Minister of Minister L mo of Chili, Minister Mut.su of Jipm ex I nited States Minister J 1 jst r Assis'int Secretarvof State T H M ire O If Ernst and Lieut 1 U M n Lintel Mates ami) ihe remains were followed to Mount Olivet cemetcrj bj t jmmiitel companies of United States tio p-, irjin tort Mjir hp-uk 1 bj the M irme bind Ihe department of stile UH n] resented by 4 crctarv itliiu Lvciv 'em tion was nted j one or more mem Irers Would Not tile lirothprliood MiTiiinuM ['a N v 11 evance committee of ihe li', the rhojj of K ilr ul Brakemwi of the I i Ui, jse meml cr, are emploved on thf- 1 el ,_h Vi'le} l i 1 roaa called on (.eiieril 1 iMern blip nn tend ut Goo Ivvni to i iv n hn i a num bir of griev mces thej wish t n ive rein wiled I ne me sale the rt_ulating of the brakpiiuii, mis 11 i Iv mre in s refill iim r i u io i- i I'KBNTON, TUKBDAY NOVKMBKU Jl, 1890. FIVE THOUSAND CHEERS. i hat Was New York's Greet- ing to the Nationalists SHE ALM) (.OMUlBUltS IU Course Toward Ireland Termed "a Denial of Natural a Lontompt for Human Liberty a Blot on the TKIlTiallon of the Age IStw -ioiik iNov Irish parlia- TWO j ment of s il an iiiquin lev pendod wa.s b' i ij (joo Ivv m reftist I _> i c ii of tin In- rther'mo I nil ih h id th v i >m IT j r-1 hi BO ll 1 lisle i t j t r told them h ev I at !i i thenntterof the i I tv call d on 'him btf ire the board jf in ct rs i n while m in s i t Ic t i IH m jl 1 them ftherjil He il 1 bun How Ten Men Died ''AN Nov 1 II n unaer thailes, Mjrnai fion CM i k sea imports th" 1 iss ,ix jf her cien Ihe men left Ihe vessel ma-null boat Vj t I m pursuit of a vrl a p winch the) hue iri'l 1 m lar ruing Ihe ubil stalled If nt a rapii iai. tjwnu't 1 at which fintaimdthe s eond nute ni 1 live sea len setm and the) were-- m lost i Mew A sen ch vv is male f r them but lev were m-Kr foui 1 and it is believed he wl ale Mil v h d tin b it k Hill, the nits Ihc i lulu (rom I1 x is in 1 i p irts s n c i v t 11 1 over irl i ,'ik b it two of ihe men tlioun bar k alive b) a return ng wave at Dinier Knil'liti, of Dl-NVH 11 Ih, the Rights of Itlxr met here last Most of die t'elegate-, are al lead) mthecilv but oti ere. ircexpectel odij Prominent k iifju, fiom ill over hi ccnmn and Ciuadt are present, m iv them Mr Prtwlerh V W vnjn ofCriuala >I u of Jl i Mi Powdeilv aldressid a ill eiilhuviastic assembly at seum I ist niglit on ihe'Ltbor if th Day Ihe assembl) wftl be in im nn oti er efttt uflicVrs fbr the next vears sessions irHje held with closed do irs Kltlel b, His Own Hevator PHUADHIHU Nov 11 Yletander Hex er of the him of Bros clothing nn uficlintrs it Market street was killed m the elevator at his place of busi ss vistirdaj ifternoon "Mr Hexter starte 1 to K to the fourth fl jor on the ele i ttw the el v it r was pas-sing from the second tj the thud floor he toipcdover to speik t in emplove and before he could escape his he id was caught bctnypt) th imrnie thi Democratic leaders'm the 1 tiiuth wards, for alleged I) tin purl) nt the retentelec I iiese waid-i u Democratic strong i> 1 hit the toiirth ward, which ordi n uli IMS i Democratic mnjoritj of 1 iv onU pliirnhh for Pitnson Me Mill tn 11 chugel with being nspoilsible f i tl i diseiepanc) Monroe is said to lmve> c the inmr mflui'iice m the I'hinl ward POWDLit f Ninspaper Men PI ij Klllinrilii CIIH VCT H Ihe hau hop ama ti in billiud tournament foi Chicago i vv-piMi men opened i( the Biiinswick Bilki I lien lei vvircrooms last night )vn ill huetitoHW represent Toseph A ot Ihe liibtnip 1 >0 points, lef aiul (hirUs (r Sevmoui of I be Hi rill 1JO points hvastwof J ike Si iuefi r and I r ink Ives I Itlons at the bilk line and f ur space games and Adams tivn'i 1 linger earroms Mninlial MrMahoii Mum PAHIS Nov n attempt hav been made to interview Marshal MoMahon on the subject of Boulangism and tlio repub lie the vcttian declined to express any opinions whatever Ihe maislml now in Ms eighty third year, is living quietly at A chateau near Orleans v int Convicted J V0v 11 -rdvvln i of tin ding store in was convicted at Free jnor and fined and PARK B Huidicli, keep the Oneiital hotel hold of scllim? lu costs Thee Cough recable pleasantness In tftklne Hires' vercomes alt thoughts o? medl men'arv party arrived in thib city Monday afternoon and were met at the Grand Central depot by Mayor Grant J J O'Donofehue Eugene Kelly aud others They were then driven to the Hoffman house, w here, after dinner was served, a receptuin was held Governor Hill arriving from Albany in time tq participate The party left the hotel at 7 45 for the Metro- politan Opera house and were heartily cheered b> a large crowd which had as- sembled before the hotel The party reached the opera house at precisely S o'clock, where fully KflOO persons had congregated Keeelved an Ovation When John Dillon stepped to the front of the stige, galleries, orchestra and boxes vied together in thunders of ap- plause Not only once was this scene eu acted, but member of thepaity who spoke was similarly received The list of vice presidents Included many of tne best known citizens of the city and vicinity, among whom wueLevi P Morton Chauncey M Depew Grover Cleveland Mayor Grant, W M Jvarts, C A Daua Geti Sherman, W C LeonAbbett W H Grace, Warner Miller, Carl Schurz Noah Davis lohji A Cock erill, George Junes Oswald Odendorfer J 1 C Clarke, E L Grodkm K B Iloose velt, Collector Postmaster Van Cott, 0 B Potter J J Coo0au Jsorvin Green and b f Gerry Ihe Besolntlona The following resolutions were unaui mously adopted Resolved That vie the citizens of the city of New York in raa-. meeting assembled at the Metropolitan PI a house this Dili da) of No- vember eiteu t a hpart) and coidial greeting to the of the Irish pe  the love for hnmau 1 bertj and aresjec fur liuman rights which have Itn bib d fiom tli i int of our glor ous mstitutioas under the pr teeung aef.is of our e tistitutlon, anxious m c >mmon nith all mankind for the success of Jiiallce u tlie struggle l man" oppression everywhere we unreserved v con demn the j. obej f the Tory gov eminent of Great Bnlain toward Ireland as a denial of natural rights a c uterupt for human liberty and a blot on the civilization of tne age Godspeed to Gladstone and Parnell Resolved That we view with unfeigned delight the att.t m> of the English people as ev idenced In the recent b) electiens and we app aud their evident determiuatiou to reject and repudiate at the earliest opp rtunity the government which misrepresents them by its c ndemned pohc> of hatred and oppression tow aid the Irish people Resolved That believing home grant- ing of local self the only gimr antee of peace to England and to Ire- land we bid godspeed to William F Gladstone and Charles Stew art Parnell m the i endeavors to settle on lines of equity and ju tne tl e prob lem P, t ei of force hnve utterl) failed to solve and we pledge them onr act ve earnest, nnfaitem g support until the struggle Is over and the battle won John Dillon's Speech Goverjor Hill officiated as chairman of the meeting John Dillon spoke as follows "The cause for which I make this appeal to the public of America is one which must recommend itself to every free citizen of America It is the claim of the Irish peo- ple to make their own laws as a claim to liberty and common humanity They daim those rights and privileges which have made this country what it is today We have been reduced'm our population from 000 to 4 500 000 No money has been spared to crush Ireland. That being the case, is there any man who will say That the Irishman is not justified in look ing to every free people under the sun for liberty In 1885 when 103 Irish members were sent to parliament eighty five of them were sent to support our cause, and now the English government insists on govern- ing our country m the face of opposition of these eighty five men They will deny those rights for which your fathers fought They would reduce the country to the con dition of Russia and place her under the rule of landlords (Hisses and howls Forty Thousand Bayonets Needed. "They will govern Ireland with a system that requires bayonets to hold it in subjection Our population is less than that of New York state and yet it takes men to keep the people quiet, and I am proud of the Irish people for it Ihey do all that beeause-fchc Irish people cannolr rule themselv es But has the gov ernment ruled Ireland ill a manner that the) should say we cannot rule ourselves? 11 py have had the rule for eighty six ytars but they have put down with a strong hand every pffort made to emancipate her people I challenge any nation m historj to produce such a history (is ours has been Ihey have reduced the masses to rags aud star vatiou m other countries there have been increases in population bj jumps and bounds m our country the homes have been deserted, and this has been the work of garnsoni m Ireland All the world ex pecta regularly an Irish famine Our peo- ple never know what comfort is Their food is taken from them, and this year worth of provisions will be shipped out of Ireland Isn't this disgraceful when the people are starving? Not a Man for Sale "We can saj for the defense of our party that durms the last tpn years FngUnd has not been able to bu> any ouo of our num her In 18RO we undertook to mnke an ef fort to free our people, and today we have placed in the hands of an unarmed people a mighty power We have made them more than a match for Balfour and his men For ten vsarswehave been Strug glmg and twentj flve of our men have been peraecutpd and imprisoned, but not one of them has committed an for which he would be imprisoned in of your states t have been subjected to a police sjstim the like of which is not to be found on Ihis tatth Almost a Tolippmnn Aplope "We will snnn have a policeman to every n htn I am at home in Ire- land I am never without an escoit for my every step 11 watched I thank >oii for all that you hav e done I for ni) part will never make au appeal for fatniiip relief Idoapptal that the peoplewill standby us in this struggle to destroy that perennial source of famine and set up in the Dnbl I Tin Shadow of tin ill! tm (I lii leu next s; iUK a tribute to Aimi said In a few montln il will be Mainline in tin at which Mr lialfoui I come for a fi I blight ind the Dul Im worse than an) famn countn f Iielan I is ir Ol oppic--h )n u hi never be.; for fight m, f r our pi the l rl ie if v ei) Ii IT are. not oj.Lcice.il Balfour to n inn in) niv has been sutcissful he has persecuted us at A Collet tlmi f A collection was tl cause It w is aiiiioiine I of the doors were K were called for, an 1 th receipts of the eveinu i The following wete s subscriptions K J 0 D 00! HOOCL K 51 11000, ilenr) Me ill D Purro) I Governor Hill L _ WHAT MIS FREMO n Kot tharitj, but JmtUi States Govt i VSHIN UN Nov 11 Mrs Jisbi Iknton Ii Gen John C 1 remont uriumstanccs brought f patln and subscriptio Mrs Iremeut, while 1 i the kindness refuscl at would place her befoie position of seeking ch i the restoration of hei purchojcd with monev fathei uud which she el meut confiscated in S in 1 under the pietext that it ing the late war for tl e bprbor of tint elt) ind f ernment neither lent store to her A letter from Mrs J r i Angeles was received i Col Ch irles De Armue. was closel) connected during his i she A rues eonceunn i statements about hei j pension 1 will have r st aud friends I eie liai i i trouble tint monej c I the pens! n eomes i 1 i them It is unjust to th were in want I ut ih n holl of pirt of a nut i tl all sh ipe AS e i women and men I uniln, Iv Mr pay c. i s t) he v i t i i isses w f a f iinine J i u 1 a II H i II ids I I I Jit IB I I I he old 1 UHhttlx i I vflj would c are 1 it si ild be i that we VVLiine chaU Mr "Inch he although n for the) I iteelpts 1 sellpti jns i the total it (100 'Ie Invest 'Ml J )seph 1 I n drant, h' ilenr) K in I Li mu WANTS tin lulled 11 i null ill ism m iunas in h i ne i i 1 tin i is en, neer n tl t tl e 1! st n an 1 VII auv J I II IV Ii l t I ii bible is s ud th it w h ites the fl or u rs I N ii h lfcu, ,1 lian I isi (f the P tlsl 1 's 1 Uue I ib r allow u t wi I v fr m ih it i Ml 1 I Is w II in i mil ltte capitulation of tl i 1 n s liners league el ibt the Nat mil I 1 1 I I I 1 I" I 11 lia_u 11 llkrlv I e H act has 1! league n eelli i, will si r i em as New ik s ai u-.( 1 inn use in libn u n among those pruiu t stand bv their tolors 1 us that VV I W Of s i i tened ithj f 1 I it rut of ii ei Is here Kiillru ul Men ,1 1 PmsHt I N iv 11 I nit of the anci coininltt e if il (I, ler of the Hr th of Hulwiv u luetors have ar- rive 1 hen Ihe bjut f tin ir visit could not be leaiue 1 lu it is tli u Jit 11 be for the i ui ox f n. i un t )riu s ale of wages- fjriallrual i I i uis It is also thoujit that all iilioil i 1, rs will be ret resented at tl e m etuu vvl I will be Hi si suit n for tl n lavs i two weeks W INT Hill STYT.H! DH11 SEAL TURBANS, SEAL CAPS, s, YOUMAN'S HAT; A SPKCIALTY. Hnmb it si I A I'.itil HAMBI i N v 11 v so n conflnt has oeeniie I at Uttinsiu a siibnib of this citv luweeii sh km, bl vversaml JOU P lish I lack 1 _s wh ha 1 beui em pi I j t ike tin (I icesi f tl e 11411 in nn n Kev Ivus ueie usid n-, well as stones and clubs One n i vv is kil t 1 and man) were nijiiieil V uuml er of airests have No More Help ASliiv TON Nov the Tr< usury ll-lhe financial lil nliire I I i Ir is eiy of dy HrngHel 1 00 up Tapestry S5c np 3 ply Ingrains, H5c and 81 00 Extra Super, all wool, 6Sc and 75o One dt the commonest tricks of business mo dosi. tin. to qualih b) a temptingly Lhc.tp PIRL (rood dothinu '-n't produced without to-t and labor an> moio than corn or Jiotatoe- and al] agree tiat tht best n cheap- t-t in tin ind If ilrt, A anil keen loi a balsam will find one in oui stock ot Overcoats A. C. 6th AND CHESTNUT. I3th AND CHESTNUT. MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS FOR DRESS and BUSINESS.J suit for Urcss Overcoitb, and Overcoats from to 2 Cape YOUTHS' SUITS, CAPE OVERCOATS AND STORM COATS.j Prices range on these goods from to SUITS suit for AND NOBBY OVERCOATS I Good for 50 itmain su lermttn l is Ph tied He has i tin r in since I m isier mech inio 111 indent in 1868 i i v i vpr sinn- LOUISVII1F KY HEW N Y Special Notice. Is the most ancient and most general of in diseases Scarcely a family Is entirely from It, while thousands eveijwhere are Iti slaves Hood s Sarsaparllla hu had remarkable success In curing every foim of scrofula The most severe and painful running sores, swellings In the neck 01 piltrs, humor In the eyes, cauatng partial total blindness ylild to tie powerful of this medicine Ihe Worst Type. "My son was affllctc 1 with the wont of sorofula, anil on tlie recommendation of my druggist I gave him Hood's Today he Is sound ind well notwithstanding It was said there was not enough In Illinois to effect a cure J CHRISTIAN 111 Be sure to get HoodV. Oaroaparilla Pnll Rulta to hire PhUadelphte Clothing Co., S. Broad. I fcom. our shores that of famine draKKUU ft IOO Doses One Dollar The largest variety ol RUPERFINE CRFAM CHOCOLATES guaranteed to bethe flueat made In the U 8 will be found at T.O CAMKKA'S Fine Confectionery Store, 90S SO u J. TBKNTON N J Fancy FrulM, Ipe Cream, Soda Water, Ice Cream Bodai, Milk Shaken, Lemonade, on band, and the but that can be had and mule. ThoM are facts Prloon conveni- ent for -II The laclita will find at Wallis' all the late armuls HI Woolen Yarns, among wimh Inghl) recommend the following famous favorite brands .Best imported German Knitting Yarn, in all colors, best Spanish Yarn, in all colors, best Saxony Wool, all colors, Knitting Wors- ted, all colors, imported Zcphjr and Zephyr Germantown only in very best quality Likewise calf attention to our grand, superb stock of Fall and Winter Under- wear, Childrens' Outfits, Clnl- drens' Cloaks, Coats and Hats and Caps for the Fall wear Very latest handsome styles, war- ranted made ot the best materials and superior workmanship Fall Hosiery, Kid Gloves, Corsets, fine Muslin Underwear, Ac All new goods Fine Umbrellas, in endless variety One lot fine Gloria Um- brellaa, which sell at 50, we are now selling at cost, yes, truly cost, only 98c Call and be convinced. -i i, OPPORITB Oil V RAM, NOTICK. AotlnK by the advice of the County So lloltor, the Collector wlshcn to glvo notice that thro bllla of the Fleotlon Boarda will have to come before the Freeholders at their meeting on Wednesday Next, Nov. xa. Bllln pnBBoil by the Board will bo pa'u by check on the next day 1HUH9DAY, NOVKMIWU 18 j 1 incr grades in proportion J Btautilully made and trimmed j We have hid in i very elegant line [of these garments from to LOUNGING COATS.J Dom seeing them CUSTOM Stocked full of all the novelties for from 3 years old. SMOKING JACKETS and Sinclair, Varmost Co., Clothing Manufacturers. 39 State Street. 1 WHITING No Ribbon. Direct Printing. PCI feet Alignment. E. Challenger Co., OKNKRAL AGENTS, NO U07 CHEdlNQT STREET, Philadelphia, Ft. HfND FOR OATALOOUF IIAn Jills MAN Bought pmntiof AMFRIOAN CLOTHING AND TAILORING 00, he would not how mnnk wud whlitlsd thifliyfh hu neat art clothiMg Boyi with but BEST TAILOR-MADE GLOlHINQ At ranch 1 prfcii Onr g. an SAMPLE OVKROOATB (9M. worth onr NAMPI.K 8U1IH fo, KIM aid Bnito a.d CLOTHING MAOfi TO ORDER ran bvt 1 k. right atailrj d-l A M MI J A fSJ MO. 8 Advertise YOUR WANTS TKK24TON T1MK8.   

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