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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - October 22, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. XACHme tor all kimu of blanks is the latest anditiuD tn he- Mechanical Depart men t uf Dunkirk Printing Company. O K. OXTTOKD, as and 'OS Central Are. D. Artistic Photographer Instantaneous Pitoiograpiu at Babies a specialty. Sitten Mod not wait tor sunshine except for rabies. i DAY'S CASUALTIES. COLLISION ON THE AND MTTSBUHQ ROCHESTER ROAD. and Near Wllli Train In Buffiila might Train. T, H. Badly Bfeegun Horribly by a BOOH Pro- prietor, No. 16 K. Second alreet. near But hlo strat, Dunkirk, N. T. Magazines, Mu Be, Pamphlets, etc., in all styles. attended to- All work piaranUseiL nCTHCHKITS CBOCKEKV D Central Avenue Wholesale and retail dealer ,n I ported and Ktmesac Chins, Glassware, Bates, II per day. uiTary ami Boarding Stable in connection. Victor Eider, SB sad 317 laon street. V Clus. ITagle, Prop., dnder Lake Shan National Sank, cornet Ceaur sad Third streets. A One stock of Foreign and Domestic cigars. 388 Center stieet, PracUcal horse shops. Particular attention interfering hones. Shoeing of road a trotting horses a specialty. KVBXEfO OB4CRTEB. Largest Daily In the Connty. Au aneqaalled advertising medium. D x formerly Popple. tfanaiacnren ol Bngines, BoUera, Puliers. Shafting Hangers, etc. Patterns, korspnia and Aauhine Work to or.iur. U Center and perfect CO., -ma, 2U6 and Manufacturers ol ras Sins. OnssdeinaU letting :lotiung and dry goods houses in D 'unkixk. TUOMKT, 4M and tun Lion street, Dealer in Flour, Feed, 7alt. Baled llay. Fuou etc. EstabUshed. 1377. KIK HOTKL Saloon, l_l Depot. Baa; access to all trams and btu muaa aooaea. Bust accummotlaanns for Com aercial Travelers. Junn J. Murphy, Prop. If LOJI8 CO., Cl W and W iirwii- Furniture, Cabinet Ware aoil Cp- ooUcenng. Picture Jframea intule w unler. Y., Oct. 22.-The west- bound paswnzer train, draivn I y 51, Chnl HPHH. engineer, nnd nnptbnand No. -.a, met in a head-co-head col- ahont a. mile west of tins station yesterday morning at o't-loi-k The passenger train, which was nnder Con- ductor Harry of Rochester hat Jtiat polled out of the station, and under full headway when the trains, met The engineer of the freight train, the approaching piiwu-nger train, came t nearly n fun stop PI the cut beforn rh crams met, -rof the not seeing them or hearing the whist! until too to atop. The paaoenger engine wan driven untie that of the freight, completely the latter, and with it two lo-ded car, Ibe passenger engine was disabled ant two coocheH and the baflHraze -car barf] ei i. Several persons were badly injured Among them were Clint Town, the train age_nt, badly hurt in the aide: H. T. flrewe" hrakeman; Cha Rochester, engineer; frwe Phil lips, Mathiaa, and numerous others. The freight hands had all left the train none was hurt. Witnesses of the astrophe say it was u marvellous escape The canw of the wreck was mistaken orders. Hie conductor of the passenger tram waa instructed at Fannersville to awmt .it, Mnrhias for No. 22. This he failpcl to do. thinking liis train was lo nn-a ,h.. other on th- one-half mile from the station. Tin, track has cleared and trams are now running again. A FOOL HARDY TRICK. OLB ENOUGH TO KNOW A Prominent Illlnol, Man U Frl.n.ls to the Tune nf ARC. Tils.. Oct. 2S.-Charles Arm- strong, for forty years ona Harvard's most prominent citizens, proved ta be robbed hia clieats of He hus always borae an nablem- iBbed i-epmation but it How transpire. tJiar yeilrs he ha, r-a, practidn, sjstfniatit- frauds. Armstrong, who is now old and very feeble, has car-1 "n a u'pneral collection and lomalas; i being a justice ths j aned large sums of uin-tHcn for Joseph j Hi. t0 'W BOOT SCOTLAND, GLADSTONE DELIVERS A STIRRING SPEECH IN EDINBURGH. Irish Problem, H. 9al, Mn., pnse.1 of Before Oth.r Conl.l be Sweeping tii- G rieil m.ikill hill. lie Sereral, by Tl.n iir'ii Grand Old x Oct. sa-JTr. Gladstone de- Median of K1UlM, Throa His Own lei i years, t 'ill IVHS not i i- -T to in- ..I ih i ooi bill wrotsj men whons. j i-.-v The thir-1 i--f Marengo, j ilid nut owe j crush :ft of This uiai-mrd Snuthill n. id h .ni. of land aim rcnonin procured a lie sitp- visited i'-i'; hiii tliijii of hi adnniri-d vvai-il be i; js been procured in ivas pi-omiit ye.ir est on the sums of che A WOMAN'S .TSVE 3limi th. line tram was erossins on th Exchange street station, and at thfa p vvilli olil ro th L' U. JtATTKSOM CO, 301 Central Are., oC Ifoahiou ami GeQClemuii 11 AJUCLJ. OJCATLHQ CO, aaiUactnren of Steam Healing Apparatu aniuurv Plumbing a Specialty. STBAJI Our Fine Shirts, luc; Collars Jc. Cttffs, 4c, and Lace Free Deliv ary. A W. Camming., 2u7 Center street. K. Third at., cur. uf Buffalo anil dealer in Fine Boots Adiuias M WKHJCK-9 SKW STORE, 1U3 E. Third at. Books, Stationery, Musical In- aud Weekly Papers, ud everyUupg pertaining to a arst clnss bouk School uooks a JOB FtttNTLSQ ol every tluscnption anil at iowtfttt living rates by Lruiuurk Prtnung Company, aud 10 S. Second iu JH. VAU BOKlCi SON, Fire Lite, Acuideat and General Ueal- arb in and Fariicoiar paid toe CAm at uropert; colleut- i ag mats 319 Center at.. -2nd Uoor. PHARSLMJV, 300 Central Avenue ddxliiiutrters lor Wall Paper Pa.ut oils, N8. J. QEHKTN 1 M Canter street, Manufacturer and dealer i collara, Tronka.Wkipg, BuAato aorae Gloves Mitlenmndaieiah P 17 KMt Third street, iratiaionable Tailor. Gentlemen will Ana tt u> tteir advantage to call oa ale before purchasing alaewbere. l> B. GAHX L 3SS LJOB street. tieneral Hardware, White Lead.Uilb.fainter'ii dapphca. Oil Cloths, (iranite Ware. A special- ty ul 3herwiix Monroe range. aach aa blank-hooka, ledgers, aud ail kindd ol hlanka doc? at Dunkirk Printing a and 10 S. Second at. tV Cor. Third and Buffalo Dealer in Granite, Marble, anil Building Stone. Call on me lYfore buying TOOT uue-walk. HiaiatT ACOL. 7 and 9 East Front atreeL Whisky, Wines, Brandies. Oiteral Liquor Store for Family Use. XoKAY, Lion atreet, near the depot. Boarding, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable. Sta. Ling by the thty or week on reasonable terms. i-AJl J. tunOBD, 301 Central Are. (Up O General Insurance and Heal Batate fire, Life. Accident, anil Live Sloti tnaorance. Prompr- actenaon icivan to buyuut Satan. 75 E. Third it., cor, Jeer. Meat Market. Fresh. Salt ATCttKS. JKIf KUtV, Buy the Aurora Baihruad Watch. Il-niairintc a apncialty. rrank F. atapt. !B K. Third su W M. WOCKKK. Merchant Tailor, 316 CeuffaJ Avenne VVilliam laborer, about30 years >Id. in with a compnnion was r.lie Terrace. Mrei.'.-ui run for the tram. "I an, Kojni  .see l-e-ir liberal le uler, when !ia. crowded iJnnlfou-ition thon.-.-u appi.inte.i were 1 turn hum- nr lisron to sj note. Five thousand persoiw were in the hail. WILS fnthusiastirally ttreetei: on mul.ia- his appearance. He was in ex- cellent health and his voice was dear and strong. He spoke without, the sli sign of fatigue. In opening his ad.lr.-su he remarke.1 itiar. thonBii many questions of were before ihe public the problem which continued to eclipse all i I to demand the almost niidi- of those who strove to was ........T but! come to regime the fact, that, this question be before other questions could be d.alt with. It was one wh'rh affected the health and vitality the state so intimately that in truth no other question could be properly considered wbilt, this remained in 'menace. Tho ihe opponents of home rule had hood- wrak-d and deluded their constituencies before the election by pledging them- selves not to rely upon brute fnree in the government ot Ireland. Thev had nrora- iseti to provide an effective system of lo.-al self-government for that part of the kingdom. They had put themselves on record an opposed to any advances from cnet-riush treasury for the purpose of btiyiug estates from landlords in Ireland. How had upon ,he people had grante.1 them the reins o, ernment, been ro in the history of their -tiease put I very tirst imp. backed by th, baton. rifl, police. Meanwhile what lad become of the PWmisM for Irish local self-government? challenged the government to grant a aeneral election, and asserted of SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION. of County ITnlnn atJainmtawn The Clmiitauqua County Union Sun iy nchool assoctiition held its aunu il to .convention Monday in Jamestown, op en'n? Ht in tbe o co itlle church.. Presiden experiment of homo rule, j F' E' presided and Seeretar question settled on terms Mr G E. Henshaw ret-nrdprl tho Ike to England and Ireland, appeal the wi prove that the people had own won over by Conservative misfrovemment to the prnmow thR of tlie nation, w, the Irish pro- The count.ry bad con the last fortresses of bigotry and oppres- sion would succumb to the attack of Lib- eral pnnciples. Justice to Ireland would nd the empire of an intolerable nuisance and deep, isgrace and would gild with a Dnghterglow than any former period the closing years of Victoria's glorious rei-n. -vir. loadstone's address wrw frequently raterriipted by applause, and ita followed by long-coutinuetl ctoatn" After a brief rest .Mr. Gla.tst.me. with his wife and a few intimate friends, attended the concert; of Mme. Parti. A dense crowd aratnered outside the building and wildly the ex-premier aa he passed in e appearance in the hall was die signal 1 UTI _c _. i I h con.i.rt Mum. P he had a long interview with ;lUl, ,lt ita condllsioa .songstres.s presented the Wfrh a box of TOi accepted with evident pleaanra. GENERAL Timely Tuples FOREIGN NEWS. Cab I ml from the Old World. -i Special dispatches mluirgh agree in stating that Mr ae wa; in line form yesterday, and a briliHnr6''''1 the'adv''" "le 7irill.ty wkich seems to defy Grand Old Man. A which to have attracted the notice i': 'i wns the facility with incli the orator clothed the expres- Henshaw recorded the pro ceediugs. A devotional service of twen ty minutes waa held, after which th Rev. A. C. Ellis of the First M.B.chtirc gave welcome. The State Missionary, Lewis Haas delivered an address. The report of the finance cotnmitte was encouraging, showing that the prominent churches of the county were taking hold of the Sunday school work as it presented to them and con- tributed liberally for ita support. The expenses thus far, including the support of the county miagionary, who has given his whole time to the work since first of May, had been fully met. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Prdaident-R. T. flazzard, town. JS. Henshaw, Kii E. B. Burrows, the then Rev' acru.-il Th Sh the front room. Mease ,eft the room, and entered! "I want, my riua my j True, a local gnv jfiie said I brought in, but it i returning in iiou of truths in His indictment, of ch, F errors of couched in dnceil a deep iinpreasion tone of censure Mr. Gladstone easily to the lighter nrmcl.es aud ta thuse rf jig.inieu.sinwii.chhis and loy, the banner. The audiwrs id telling forniL. for ita ion and commission. :nn terms and pro- Prom this L'rave turned of ridicule more th.-ui th.-u of The Times criticisms Lord npon has been opened i.ispice.s, and the r ffi Ha turned slightly to the left just as the i the on Wlls weapon _ was discharged, and the bullet! Linti- .HS pocueus of holders of hind in'ire- Gliulstone proceeded to the uf the land purcha.se bill, and to a severe criti- well-known in M exhibited so strifc- round afwr i-ound of ap- entered his left shoulder in the arm pit and lodged under his left shoulder blade j provi-ions Mease fell to the floor and his bride faintad. I rhe measure Mia.i lyler started to walk out, but wafji ci-m, in which his met at the door by an officer who had I Snanc: heard the shot and Mean's scream. I Tyler the revolver in her hand j pluuce from his closely arten'ive audient-o when arrested. Mease will probably Recun-ing to the subject, of the coercive methods of rhe government, he remarked tliiit rhe Conservatives took it upon them- j -selves to set Ireland right by means of a i pom-lvT i so worse than the state ,o was the WILL OF ANDREW PERRIN. campaign in under tin; i leaders of the party in London w, fcat-her laHt nfohe ;Ls the news the i-h (rei-nian mil.tary demonstr to the Treat) iirer Juoiehlowu. Executive T. Hozzard an AA( Rev- A' E- WatBe. K. B. Rogers, sil of Jamestown- B. Eaty, Rev. T. E. Ualvert of.' Mr. I-aber of Westfleld- Rev. D. S. Fowler uf Harmony Vice Presidents -The presidents of the township iu the various tOWUH. Secretary Woinm-'s Minion Aid aucieiy -Mis. 8. M. Muaon. of Westfleld The following r-BoliitiDns were then presented and adopted by the convent ion: Revived, That in the opinion of this coDTemion, the work of organissinirSun (lay schools in this county should be vigorously prosecuted, until there is a aiinday school maintnincd during the year within easy rencb of every faiuil in the county. a. ;i bat we recognizu tne services of our county Sunday achoo P. CENTEMEEI KID GLOVES Ail ladies who have used the Celebrated P. Get Glove speak in the highest praise of them, both as a durable and perfect-fitting glove that can be bought. CENTEMERI in 5 buttons, colored, cost you only and will give you better satisfaction in fit, and wear longer than three pairs of any other make. They need to be worn to be fully appreciated. While we ask 48 for the Centemeri, they are worth more than any jlove of any other make. Erie Store, Sole New Felt Sailor Hats just in. Cleveland's Again SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMEJIft' co- Pansnt Anorneya. tu Ttt- v C5 o. c., opp. U. 8. Patent Oft-' t Bi-ir- head. ;rs now m cages awaiting the new prime minister requested Lord Salisbury their fate. Seiior Sonssii. of Portugal, has Co suspend further operations hiui ,-tutl orlicr Afrii.-u until opporruuir.y fore the curf.es. at the Zain- points of new mini-fry has had an e whole subject be- expresses friendly lny th Quarter .f llllon I. pet ex-mayor of_____ probate yesterday law the SoOO RE WARD I vfK will pay me aburenmant lor any can at L-ver Complaint, D> apepaia. Sick Heauacnc Ind'gation, LooBDpiidmi or CouiveneM we eanoot cure with West's Vegetable LiW Pills, when the directioid are atrictly comphed aith. They are purely Tegetahle. and never fail to jive saoatactiou. Sugar coated. Larxe boxei-, containing 30 is oena. Beware of comi- crlcits. iml inulationa. The genuine mann- aoareil only by c. W BST A CO Id hy Hay BOZ'S Pnannacy, Dunkirk, x T LUCK is PLUCK" arfHHKene nmmtia, rainnLL USD HUT "PLUCK CHAMBERS PHASER, TAILORS. Room No. 6, Ins. B'i'g. N. Y. A Crttwd Greets McKlnley. DAI.TOX. O.. Oct.. McKinley and a purty- of nearly :iOO arrived here yes- lerday afternoon from Canton. Fully people were present when Maj Me Kinley stepped on t he platform. After re- ferring to the tariff bill he quoted from the national platform as laid down in lS8a iin.l claimed that the Republican party has kept the promises made before election. ate Antlrew Perrin wns admitted to morning. The estate to about a quarter of a million, of which is ne would not in real property and in personal the Irish people h property. I r.hoiijrh he would not say rhat The executors are directed to pay each i to breuk He would char 1 not sanction w con w of his five children J10.000 upon their be- lessness. even thonah the Irish people hart cominz of age and on reaching the constantly before them an eminently bad l twenty-five years. All the rmuain- ex-mple of lawlessness in quarters which der, excepting small beqiUHta to be the fountain-head of and domestics, is left, to the widow. After her death the remainder is to divided testator between the children. Ths provides that the homestead stock farm in Livingston county shall not bs Bold but shall be acqoired by one of his sons, and by him transmitted to one or more of the heirs of the Pen-in name. A. Perrin. the testator's son, and William L. Perrin, his brother, appointed executors. HE WAS HORRIBLY MANGLES. bj the Klon Tsrrlhto Death Curs at Oukneld. H. Y. OAKKIELB, X. Y., Oct. night between hours of 10 and 11, Elon Sunders of South Alabama met with a terrible death by the cars at this place. Mr. Sanders was under the influence of drink and started for his home. After about one-half mile west of this srar.ii ui he wan struck by an eaatbound tra n. Hi; ini ly was horribly mangled. A brakeiiuri on an eaatbound freight found his hn-iy in ihe middle, of the track about 1! o'clock morning. Mr. Lynch, the s. ctiivi foreman, was notified, and with the ,-tssistance of other people, the body brought to the depot. The in- quest will le held to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mr. Senders leaves a wife and five children. THE LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS. A Proposition to With tka Trainmen's Organization PITTSBFBG. Oct. business of convention of the luternarlonal Brother- hood of Locomotive Engineers is progress- ing rapidly. It has beau learned from a reliable source i hat the proposition of fed- eration with the Trainmen's organization has been rejected. The new executive committee is as fol- lows: E.lwanl Keut of the Erie, chaii- man; Col. Nat Sawyer of the New York Central: B M. Clark, Denver; Ash Ken- nedy, Winnipeg; DattBrowii, Derry, Pa.; G. B. Porver. Temple, Tex. To Disenu the Lobby Influence. BOSTON, Oct. Democratic state committee b.na invited the Republican state committee to a joint discussion of the lobby influence at the state house and party responsibility therefor, to take place between the Honorables Henry (Jabot Lodge aud George F. Williams. Heroic Juhu Burns. CHICAGO, Oct. name of Jrftai Burns, the engineer of the Lake Shore limited, who the lives of the pas- sengers Silver Creek, N. T., Snnday, was on the lips of a number of guests at a lending hotel here Monday. On train were Gen. Samuel adjutant gen- eral of Massachusetts, four of his statf, and sixteen wealthy Boston capi- Gen. Daltun suid of Bunuc "Ctai debt of gratitude to that man, who one chance in a thousand and took that single chmicr of saving his train can IMTOT be paid in numey. We up a not end there." IP you are afflicted witn rleiimatihm, I neuralgia, gout or other bodily pain, or it you have a sprained wrist or an tele' you ought at once to procure a bottle of Salvation Oil, the greatest cure on earth for pain. It only costs 25 cents a bottle. "LoiUie poor dying with' cold. Won't some "Rood Samaiitnn FIT ihe government, of Ireland a perfect, pattern of unlawfulness and its methods were such as could not, fail ro provoke the people feelings of justifiable resentment. It was hardly necessary to particular instances of these illegal methods, for such in- stances had lately been conspicuouslv im- pressed upon the public: mindg. rt" arossly ,llegal 10 close the court room against the people of Tipperarv. One of the ngnts of every British subject wag chat, if tried, he should be tried' openly and in the public view. The appointment, oi Mr. Shannon as one of the trial magis- trates CD sic in judgment upon Messrs. Dilltm. O'Brien and other accused Nation- alists was. whil-i perhaps not technically illegal, a scandal, not mer-iy because he had been previously called upon to act as an executive officer iu dealing with people now brought before him in his judicial cui ai-ity. but also because in ihe cast- of 51 r. Dillon particularly there wns a personal quarrel between the men, which it was only fair to assume must, create a bias .in the mind of the magistrate. In dwelling upon the action of tbe police in attacking respectable and peaceable citizens and vi itors with batons, 5ir. Gladstone remarked that af: Branch misconduct on the part of the police at Mltchelstown. Tinperary and elsewhere, it be expecting impossi- bilities to look for the maintenance of popular respect for t.he constabulary or :heir administration of law. Further tlian this the systematic bru- tality of tbe police was crowned by the insult of ulironic absenteeism on the part of responsible officials. Mr. Balfour. tbe head of the Irish government, seemed to feel that it was no part of the business of a minister for Ireland to reside for any length of time in the country 'Vho-e needs and demands he was supposed to be familiar with. It was abseutt-t-ism that, formed line of the significant signs of the lowest degradation reached by Ire- land in tbe btst century aud this practice bad now been made the constant habit, of tlie chief secretary, who bad fairly Haunt- ed absence in the face of the people. What was the condition of the country as the rasult of such brutality and neglect? The government had the audacity to boast that Ireland had grown peaceable nnder Its administration: yet it kept six-fold more armed policemen in Ireland than in the whole of England and Scotland. The British people were forced to pay 000 annually to support the police in Ire- land for the purpose of assisting the land- lords to collect their rents: at least this was apparently the chief function of the constabulary. The English and Scotch bmdloroX who maintained fairand eqnit- 'able relations with their tenants, did not jask the aid of the police ia collecting their renta. Yet their occasional losses footed up more than the Irish landlords, thanks to the merciless severity of a land system feelings towards England The feeling of alarm which was aroused among British manufacturers bv the passage of the JIcKiniey bill is ab.ifin- in many quarters, and a reaction of HWful- neauisetin. This is especially notable among makers of high grade goods af various descripti secure fnr him 111-: use of ill, i''i ols iii pi-M 1 o of lessui our superintendent: influence t  irlnir. icit a. o. A- flbttBBK. SALESMEN WASTED to sell our rariUus ol choice Surse" Blum., T. can tor to We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes n plain and light-colored tops, and and machine sewed. We arry a complete line of NET- TLETON'S Fine Shoes. If want a nice-fitting and tylish shoe, try a pair of this Gtoods and Carpetst HLOCK. 396-402 Main Street, BUFFALO. V. AS TO THE FASHIONS. in toe, ia the money that has ever been. "olP fered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced. "Some are born fathumabln, achtfee faxhion, ami otluirt fume thnuit quoth Charles Lamb, mat and tald. Mm SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centra Street -AND----- be 80- are particularly requested to be present, as there ia business of importance. infant child of Mr. and Mra. Frederic Koch of. Courtney street fell out of tne doorway this morning and hurt its badly, though without jfew Tnrk's Ona.is breaking any bonea. While ita parents XEW YOKK. Get. Grant yea-! werB it, tlieir little sou Fritz Sr'f i the papers connected with, the recent .on filled with kegs. Though his leg OCT. 22 23 Also open Wednesday at 309 CENTER STREET." der the aospicesof the Rector's Chapter of St. John's Episco- From us you cau learn about newest .fashions in dry goods, in that pertains to ladies' wear, auch u- dreM goods, cloaks, etc.; ia (tentlemea'r hosiery, underwear, etc.; and ia carpcra, draperies terior hotue decorstioni. The oeweit FaU and Winter ready in all departments. A wo derful lot of every hand. K you want a dress, here are able fabrics from the world's centres' of fashion. cUoice goods and banrains numerable. If you want a. cloak, if you want carpet, if you want dry goods of any I kind, or a book (we musn't forget I come to ua and see the I j you can't come, write, and what is fashionable in wesrtng appani, in house furnuhings and in literature. Don't wait to have fashion thrust upon yon. You can achieve fashion by trading here, and achieve it reasonably. We solicit correspondence about thing in our line of business. Samples: are sent freely, queries answered stantly. Contrary to the rale, you wfl? find 8hoppin< with as through the pal Cliurch. Clara Chowder, Coffee, ete. served from 12 m. to 9 p. m. lice enumeration. (Additional Telegraphic Nawn on 3rd page.) was skinnetl and be was otherwise hurt, he fortunately escaped a fracture. Home-made Bread, Rolls, fies, Cakes, Doughnuts, Cookies, i ete. for sale. ADAM, MELDRUM ANDERSON, DRY GOODS AJfD CASPSTS, AXSXKAX BLOCK. ITtrrT TIM IHT BUFFAJ.O, S V. send him a bottle of Dr. Ball's Syrup? 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