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15 Feb 1899

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15 Feb 1899

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Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - February 15, 1899, Fort Wayne, Indiana A Fly Taxon it the Sevy a a . V a �--�v.-,---Vi�- ii 11&Quot a stir Gratifying news of the fall of Louo. Not a drop of american blood was spilled and rebel loss was slight. President favors a humane policy with our unwilling subjects a the gunboats prove the insurgents prom the trenches and the rest was easy. Washington feb. 14.�?the confirmation of the press reports detailing the capture of Iloilo was received at the War department . With great satisfaction Dewey s despatch was received saying that vie had lost no men at All and that the casualties among the natives Wei a much smaller than at first reported. The president from the inception of the War has been in favor of a most humane policy and it is not intended to follow the severe Check to the filipinos with a War of subjugation if the insurgents will allow this government to avoid it. Still a it is recognized that Dewey and Otis have a much better grasp of the local situation than is possible Here and the administration does not purpose to tie their hands with unnecessary instructions. Story of the capture. Manila feb. 14.-11 50 a. of the capture of Iloilo by the United states forces under brigadier general m. D. Miller on saturday last have been received Here. On the morning of Friday february 10, Jeneral Miller sent an ultimatum to the commander of the rebels on Shore notifying him that it was his intention to take Iloilo by Force if necessary. Non combatants and foreigners were warned to leave the town within Twenty four hours. The rebels were also warned that they must make no further belligerent preparations. The gunboat petrel was then moved to a position close inshore and near the rebel fort while the Cruiser Boston took up her station at the other and of the town. Friday passed quietly. During the Day Many refugees left the town of Iloilo. The majority of them were taken on Board foreign ships lying in the Harbor. Searchlights from the United states a a a a per ships were kept All night Long. Illuminate a a the town and its defences. The rebels so far As the lookouts on the ships could discover a remained quiet throughout the night at 8 o clock on the morning of saturday february 11, the gunboat Petra a signalled the Cruiser Boston that the relies were working in their trenches. In return the petrel was ordered to fire warning shots upon the town fro i her three Pounders. This was done and the rebels replied with a harmless fusillade. The Boston and the petrel then bombarded the rebel trenches completely Clearing them of their occupants in a very Short space of time. Soon after the bombardment began flames broke out Siniuta Neoushy in various parts of the town. Thereupon forty eight marines acting As infantry and artillery were landed from the Cruiser Boston and a company was sent ashore from the gunboat petrel. These detachments marched straight into the town of Iloilo and hoisting the stars and stripes Over the fort a took Possession of the place in the name of the United states. The capture of the town and its defences having been accomplished the marines and soldiers who had been sent ashore proceeded to the task of saving the american English and German consulates from destruction by the fire which was raging among the frail and Iri flammable buildings of the town. I the Swiss Consul s residence which in the same Row As the consulates named was burned. The entire chinese and native sections of the town were destroyed but foreign mercantile property escaped with slight damage. There was some desultory firing by the enemy in. The outskirts of Iloilo but not a single american was injured. General Miller s Force had Complete control of the situation when the gunboat petrel sailed from Iloilo for Manila. The sixth United states artillery be Gkent occupied a position commanding both the Bridges leading into the town and the Tennessee volunteers and the eighteenth United states infantry were occupying the trenches that had been constructed by the rebels. Troops bulb a Racks. Ohio at Midnight and air sail front new York on is today the detachment consists of four companies in command of major o Brien. Quot pm Coo has two Tibes. Enormous loss occasioned by the conflagration. Chicago feb. 14.�?the Arlington apartment building at 462 forty first Street one of the fashionable apartment buildings on the grand Boulevard was destroyed by fire to night. Tie flames started supposedly from an explosion of in the read of the building. It was a. Fast and hard fire. More than a score of tenants occupying apartments in the building rushed through the smoke and fit Mes a of them with the exception of one family were accounted for after the building was destroyed. The missing Are feed Marte a mail Carrier mrs. Fred Marte and her one year old infant. Two persons sustained injuries during the fire. The total loss is $150.000. Chicago feb. 14.�?Frozen water plugs prevented the fire department getting a Stream on flames that broke out in the big seven Story warehouse at 10 to 24 West water Street and resulted in damage. Owing to the heroic efforts of Eddie Lowe an office boy several people were saved front being burned to death. The lad ran from floor to floor and spread the alarm and not until he saw that every one had made Good his escape did the 6oy leave the Structure. The building was owned by the manufacturers and merchants warehouse company and much of its space was rented to bicycle firms who will lose heavily. The damage to the building and contents is estimated at $250,000. The losses fall most heavily on some fifty or sixty firms which had goods stored in the building but insurance was carried by most of them. The building was packed from basement to roof with goods. The losses will go Over $2,000,000.death in t1stobm. Blizzard brings disaster on land and sea. Trains wrecked in Snow drifts and lives Are lost a Many vessels wrecked on both sides of the Atlantic. Philadelfi it Hia. Feb. 14.�?a working train made up of three engines and one passenger coach while Clearing the Snow bound tracks on the Norris town Branch of the pm Adelphia and Reading railway to night jumped the track above Wiss Hickon. Thomas tit Tai fireman of Norristown was instantly killed. H. P. Mcdowell Engineer of Norristown James Keating Road Foreman of Manayunk and Geo. Bowers train master at the Reading terminal Philadelphia were severely injured. Two engines were demolished. Constr Jynon train a a re wrecked. Arlt Ston is c., feb. 14. A construction engine was wrecked by the spreading of the tracks on the South Carolina and Georgia Railroad near this City and two men were killed and one fatally injured. Seven were More or less seriously injured. A Schooner lost. temper a Are All the country. Rain will follow in the blizzard s path a All weather records broken still much in to beast. Washington feb. 14.�?the great storm has practically disappeared off the Northeast Canadian coast after a combination of Snow and High winds that must hereafter stand As the record for almost the entire Atlantic coast Region. Clear weather is general tonight except Lii the Tipper Lake Region and upper Mississippi Valley where Snow and Rains Are falling and Ift the Southern portion. Of the West Gulf states where it is also raining. With the exception of a limited territory in the Southeast and the Eastern portion of the Northern slope there has been a general and decided Rise in temperature and they Are once More above the freezing Point West of the Mississippi River in Florida and in the Gulf states except in Northeast Alabama. They still Contin be comparatively Low in the Atlantic states. Rains Are indicated in the Southern portion of the Gulf states. There will be Light snows in the upper Lake Region and Light rain or Snow in the Central Mississippi Valley. Generally fair weather will prevail elsewhere East. Of the Rocky mountains. Temperatures will continue comparatively High West of the Mississippi River and Rise generally to eastward. Distress at Washington. Washington. Feb. 14.�?the storm swept past Washington about Midnight last night and this morning the Sun shone Bright from a Clear Blue sky on a City buried approximately three feet deep in Snow. The Gale of wind driven Snow travelled North northeastward during yesterday leaving its heavy Mantle of Snow and its tales of hardships and suffering behind it in the South. The prices of necessary supplies of fuel and Wood have risen greatly and much suffering is reported among the poor i the charitable organizations Are doing All they can to relieve this Tate of things and the Post and get vening Star have opened special Relief subscription lists. Generous response has been made to these appeals. The president sent a Check for $100 to one of the Relief organization. The British members of the High joint commission contributed liberally and the husband of Julia Arthur the actress who is playing Here sent a Check for $1,000 for Relief of the poor. A veritable restorative which contains no harm Tel dangerous drugs. Wonderful beneficial results obtained from in Miles Nervine. When the marvelous system of nerve centers nerve fibres and ganglia which pervades every portion of our bodies becomes deranged so As to interfere with the functions of the Vari Ous organs the vitality is lowered the health is destroyed and even life itself is seriously endangered. A a Cine that will strengthen and invigorate the shattered nerves rest the weary body and soothe the tired brain is greatly to be desired. Such a Medicine is or. Miles restorative Nervine. It is a nerve food and to Iii which acts directly on the nervous system toning it up into sound and vigorous action. The. Rev. Geo. W. Stone of Windom minn., writes As follows Quot i was greatly troubled with nervousness and inability to sleep which condition was brought on from overwork and consequent neglect to properly care for my health. I had suffered from severe headaches for two months previous to the breakdown but had concentrated All my will Power to finish a series of special meetings which. Had in charge. A Friend advised me to take or. Miles restorative Nervine and i began its use together with nerve and liver pills and i am pleased to say i found in these remedies just the help i wanted. The first night after i began i using Thenn i. Slept soundly All night and in the morning Felt so much better that i was greatly encouraged. In a few weeks i was enjoying exceptional Freedom from my old troubles. My wife was seriously troubled with heart pains and weakness resulting from female disorders. She took or. Miles heart cure and found it just the thing to relieve the palpitation and to tone up the action of the heart. We do not hesitate to recommend the or. Miles remedies As All that is claimed for them and we use them in our family whenever necessity Quot about two years ago i was troubled with nervousness and sleeplessness which was Cau sed by overwork. I tried All the doctors in the City but could get nothing that would give me Relief. Then i went to my druggist and he recommended that i try or. Miles restorative Nervine. I bought a bottle and was surprised a the Good results obtained. I Conti nixed taking the Medicine until i had used five bottles and by that time my trouble was completely Mark Harrison Syracuse n. Y. Quot for seven years i suffered with nervous prostration severe headache and inability to sleep. I lost my Appe Henery isolation passed by the Senate after hot debate. St gamers coming in. New York feb. 14.�?with a Clear sky overhead once More the Ocean steamers began coming in at a a Early hour this mining. First the Cun Arder Etruria and a land american liner Shar dam were sighted Oil fire Island. Next the american liner Paris was sighted Elf the Highlands. Then the Anchor liner Anchoria from Glasgow was reported in quaran tin a. Two Quot other steamers also Camet in Early the Clyde Linet Algonquin in a a he the Ward Lilier Macedonia it is Quot by ii Eli a amp Many steamers arrived outside the bar during the blizzard and stood off Shore for plenty of sea room and that they will reach port later. Among the liners due Are la Bretagne Gera and Hymric. Many deaths feared. Huntington w. A. Feb. 14.�?robert Fowler aged eighty three and Mary Halstead aged seventy four were Frozen to death in the guyan Valley. It is believed that ,.iy deaths from a similar cause have occurred in the isolated Section. All records broken. Vineyard Haven mass., feb. 14. A the tug Winslow brought in Captain Hunter and the Crew of the Schooner Emma. The vessel was Dis masted and ashore full of water in Musk Eget Channel. Captain Hunter reports that yesterday afternoon the Schooner Ulrie was driven across tie Emma s Bow and fouled the Emma carrying away the latter s Bowsprit. The Erie then drifted out Over the Shoals and this morning was not to a seen. It is feared she is lost with ail on Board. Crew probably lost. Gloucester mass., feb. 14.�? nothing was heard from the schooners moping and Thos. Borden which were driven out to sea. The Crew of the moping escaped to the Schooner Clay Ola and the Borden has her Crew of six on Board. Fourteen sailors Missino. Dewey reports it Washington feb. I4.r-the Navy department received the following cablegram Manila. Fife. 14.�?Secretary of Javy Washington. Petrel Quot just arrived from Iloilo. That place taken by sat. Urday and now occupied. No Pris Monera. No casualties on ou2.,Side. Ii is agent loss not known but believed to be slight. They attempted to innit but foreign pro Perty go Nora her saved by our Force. I signeddewey.? 0b3>sskia> to Manila. A of can of . ,14.actlngs under i Secretary War al i Savannah ga., feb. 14.�?the steamship William Lawrence is a total wreck off Hilton head. Life boats nos. 1 and 2, with thirteen men have been brought to land and All saved in a sad life it after great suffering. Boats 3 and 4, with fourteen men including Captain Willis who was the last to leave Are still missing in terrible weather. Steamer does Down. Norfolk va., feb. 14.�?the merchants and miners transportation company s chartered Steamer. State of Texas from Baltimore to Savannah went Down saturday night last in eighteen feet of water Oti the Mouth of the rap Pahang Nock River in Chesapeake Bay. All her passengers were taken off by a tug and brought to this City. Many fishes a do owned. London. Feb 14.�?a dispatch from Brest says Many fishing boats and coasters were lost in a storm along that Section of the French coast and that Tiren to sex fishermen have been drowned. Iionia let Vlf d German celebs Lulea. It is interesting to recall the extraordinary longevity of the three founded of the German Empire. William i. Was 91 Moltke. Was a so 91 and Bismarck was 83. But. Indeed All the most illustrious germans of the latter half of the Centi iry stare. By in Long ived junk a wan 9i jus was 72/momm8en it 8i the Giebel was a Wagner was 70/hlmt 75, sad hire Ebent Abs a Iyo vow i i t Charleston s. C., feb. 14.�?published tables showing the temperature of Charleston from 1738 to the oldest on this continent prove the record this morning 6.8 degrees above Zero is the lowest Ever known Here. The fall of Snow yesterday three to four inches also broke the record. Reports from the entire state show similar unprecedented climatic conditions. New York emerging. New York feb. 14.�?with Clear skies and warmer weather new York started to dig itself out of the Snow this morning. The thermometer Rose at noon and reached 25 degrees above Zero and there now is Cloud in the sky. Upward of 45,000 loads of Snow were removed from the streets in to 6 o clock to night. While be Railroad officials Are very hopeful that they will be Able to establish some kind of train service to Morrow they admitted that 90 through trains had passed Over their lines since monday railroads which have terminals in Jersey City Are much crippled. The Pennsylvania did nearly All the business that was done. No train arrived from the West or South during the Day. The officials said the Road will be open on All divisions to Morrow. Boston feb. 14.�?the four great Railroad systems in new England Are rap idly shaking off the paralysis to train service caused by the Snow. Suburban traffic is Well maintained while Long distance trains Are getting through. Philadelphia feb. 14.�?general Railroad conditions to night show considerable improvement both locally and throughout Pennsylvania. A a Cape May n. J., feb. 14.�?the Snow ceased at Midnight after a continuous fall of fifty two hours. It is forty three inches deep on the level the deepest Ever known Here. Houston Texas., feb. 14.�?reports during the two Days of intense cold show fourteen lives lost in Texas by freezing. A a Philadelphia feb. 14.-Charles j. Summers a letter Carrier aged sixty two years and Joseph Evans aged sixty were Frozen to death . A a balt Imore md., feb. 14.�?hienry b. Vincent thirty two years old was found within a few feet of his Home Frozen to death . A a a a a a a a. A Lexington ky., feb 14.�?a tto my named Anthony Boracci was taken to a Hospital Frozen almost to death. A negro woman was found on Dewees a treet almost dead from the cold. Neither will Likely survive. The weather Moder ated much it was Only 6 below this morning and warmer during the Day. Th6 Backbone of the cold seems to be broken. Soo Orase. It declares the islands Are to be held As unwilling subjects a Bacon Resolution guaranteeing Freedom Defeated. Re fluid a a my Washington feb. 14.�?the unanimous consent agreement reached by the Senate last saturday to vote this afternoon on the Resolution of or. Mcenery dem. La declaring the policy of this government in the Philippines was not vacated. In accordance Avith that agreement a vote was taken on the Resolution at 2 30 o clock and it was adopted�?26 to 22. It was noticeable that several democrats who were present and not paired refrained for amp a Quot voting. An amendment offered , several Days ago was Defeated. The vote on the amendment was a tie a 29 to 29, and vice president Hobart cast the deciding vote against the proposition. Quot the voting was preceded by three hours and a half debate the Senate having convened at 11 a. M., in order to admit of discussion on the . Or. Stewart first took the floor to speak in opposition. He expressed the opinion that whatever the United states might do it would not follow the policy Indk ated by the Resolution. This country is under no obligation to go to the expense of establishing a government for the islands the. United states were not in the business of capturing countries educating their peole arid then Selling them. On the contrary he thought we should hold the Philippines and thus Render the United states Independent of other countries in the production of tropical products which must otherwise be a source of great expense. Now it costs $250,000,000 to secure these products. Why not therefore hold those islands at a produce our own fruits sugars Etc. Or. Lindsay also expressed the opinion that the time was inauspicious Abr the adoption of any Resolution bearing upon the subject of the government of the Philippines but said if any expression was to be Given it should be Clear and distinct and unmistakable in terms. Or. Lindsay offered a substitute reciting that the acquisition of territory carried with it no constitutional obligation to admit it to he Union As states. Or. Lindsay gave notice that he would ask the Senate to vote upon his Resolution As soon As the Senate had voted on the Mcm Nery or. Bacon addressed the Senate in opposition to the Mcenery Resolution. He declared it was vicious and unfortunate and the declaration he maintained did not look to the future Freedom and self government of the filipinos. He regarded it As simply a declaration that while the filipinos were the subjects of this country they could never become citizens of the United states. Or. Hoar opposed the Mcenery Resolution because he maintained it gave no Hope of Freedom or Liberty or self government to the inhabitants of the Philippines and because it provided that they should never have part in their own government or become part of the United states it was a declaration simply that the Louls Iaria sugar planters should never be afraid of Competition of the philippine islands. To the filipinos the Mcenery Resolution would be a message of tyranny of hate of oppression and of Slaughter. Or. Hale Maine said he had not much Hope that the Senate would take any course that would Stop the Deso lating program now being carried out to the Philippines. Or Mason delivered a speech in which he attached the policy pursued in the Philippines. He however be queved the people of the United states would declare for human Liberty As Well in the Philippines As in this vote was then taken on the Mcenery Resolution. The detailed vote follows. Year Allyson Burrows of handler gear Gray Hale Hanna Harris Kyle Lodge Mcenery Mclaurin Mcmillan Mantle Mason Nelson per kiwis pet Tus Piatt n. A Quay Sullivan teller�?26. Nays Bacon Bate Caffrey Carter Clay Cockrell Hawley Hoar Lindsay Mcbride Martin. Money Morgan Murphy Pettigrew Piatt Conn Rawlins Ross Simon Smith Stewart warren�?22. The Senate then at 3 05 o clock went into executive session and at 5 15 p. the House. A Liefl Teboe syn ranks. Pav Washington feb. 14.�?abqut 100 members of the House were in their places when speaker Reed called the House to order. Bills were passed to re enact a Bill to authorize the Arkansas Harbor terminal Railroad company to construct a Bridge across the Corpus Christi Channel to. Authorize the. Mrs Sel Shoals Power company to construct and operate canals at a Issei Shoals Ala. To authorize and Northwestern Railroad company to construct a Road across the Public lands Florida Alabama Mississippi and to tries key to Gre Rit to the state of Wisconsin certain lands for use As part of the present military reservation to authorize the Georgia Pine Railroad company to construct a Bridge across Flint River. I at 1 o clock the House went in committee of the Quot whole arid resumed the consideration of the sundry civil appropriation Bill. The Nicaragua canal Bill was offered As an Amend Rilent a to the sundry civil appropriation Bill by or. Hepburn of Iowa chairman of the committee that reported it and the leaders of the respective sides Are engaged in a desperate struggle which involves the Fate of the measure at this session of Congress. After or. Cannon chairman of the committee on appropriations served notice last. Week that there was no time for consideration of the canal Bill at this session the supporters of the measure determined to Force it on the sundry civil Bill As a rider if possible. As soon As it was offered this afternoon or. Cannon made four Points of order against it and one of the most interesting parliamentary contests of the session was on. As a Rule the appeals of the House leaders were Able to hold the members in line but Strong arguments were adduced in. Support of the pertinence of the amendment and besides the Bill has Strong friends on both sides of the chamber who Are seemingly ready to adopt any expedient to provide for the construction of the canal. The debate on the Points of order lasted two hours and was not concluded. It promises to consume several hours to Morrow. It seems to be a foregone conclusion that the chairman of the committee of the whole or. Hopkins Illinois will sustain the Points of order so that the real test will come upon the question of overruling the chair. Should the chair be overruled there is no doubt that fhe amendment will command a majority of the votes. About Twenty pages of the Bill were disposed of . No important amendments were adopted. In its advanced and chronic form a cold in the head is known As nasal Catarrh and is the recognized source of other diseases. Having stood the test 6f continued successful use Ely s Cream Balm is recognized As a specific for me Branal diseases in the nasal passages and you make a great mistake in not resorting to this treatment in your own Case. To test it a to Ial size for 10 cents or the Large for 50 cents is mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street new York. Druggists keep events. San Francisco feb. 11.�?the Field in the International six Day race was Ridden of a most dangerous Factor when Frank Waller had to discontinue Riding on account of his eyes going wrong. Charlie Turville and Chapman also quit the former on account of cramps and the latter having trouble with his eyes. The score at 8 54 p. Twenty second hour Pierce 428 Ashinger 427 Miller 425 Gimm 423 Lawson 423 Hale 419 Barna by 419 Nawn 418 Aaronson 416 Stevens. 115 Albert 413 Fredericks. 412 Julius. 406 Pilkington 379 Hannant 372. The former world s record was 419 Miles. 176 Yards by Pierce at the Madison Square Garden last december. Ashinger was the Only rider who has not dismounted since the Start in the race. Or. Bull s Cost go st top cures sore Throat. Don t delay when you Are bothered with a sore Throat. It May Lead to bronchitis. This remedy is a sure cure. Price Only 25c. Gab esses Hay be of bad supreme court passes on deceived husband s rights. Horse cub Bency committee. Washington. Feb. 14.�?general Grosvenor of Ohio chairman of the rep Bucan caucus to Dikiy announced the appointment of the following republicans of the House As members of the committee on financial legislation provided for by. The Resolution of the Republican caucus representatives Henderson of Iowa Payne of new York Dalzell of. Pennsylvania Kerr of Ohio Hawley of Texas Lovering of Massachusetts Overstreet of Indian Curtis of Kansas loud of Calif Mia Babcock of Wisconsin and Morris of Minnesota. A wife who protests love. For the purpose of getting property commits a Frau the Broad Ripple Case of end Twiby postponed Washington feb. 14.�?the Miles court of enquiry will not begin to mor irow some members being storm bound. Rio Beeb aboard . canteen aboard to Iipp is ,,.<>f.the past ii Nimer a by tallied a a then fief Indianapolis ind. .feb., 14, of a wife Quot May amount to fraud. The supreme court so held in reversing the Case of Wilson j. Basye against Mary e. Bayse appealed from Henry county. The Appellant sued to cancel a dead for fraud. He charged that his wife after treating him coldly for a Long time suddenly became very affectionate. That she persuaded him to show his love for her by feeding her eighty acres of land. She then abandoned him and sued for divorce. He alleged that All her demonstrations of affection we re hypocritical and were Only made to get Possession of his property with the purpose of leaving him. The circuit court held his complaint bad. The supreme court through judge bakery held his complaint Good. Broad Ripple company suit. In the suit of the first National Bank of fort Wayne against the Indle Diapous and Broad nipple rapid transit company the defendant filed a motion yesterday afternoon for a change of venue from the. County. The plaintiff filed an affidavit of emergency for the appointment of a accounts Webb Short. New Castle pa., feb. 14.�?a shortage of 119,000 in the accounts of City treasurer John Blevens who was mysteriously murdered in his office two weeks ago has been discover i 0-= overcoats discounted 30 per cent at Patterson s. Tite my weight run Down and i was unable to do any work or scarcely to Hove about. Several doctors attended me but their medicines gave me very Little if any Relief. One Day it Friend recommended that i tir or. Mil nerd nerve and liver pills. I did so and before the first bottle was gone i Felt much better. At the end of three months i was Able to do All my House work could sleep at night As i used to and am now Seldom troubled with headache. Mrs Sarah Walters Rock Springs Wyo. Or. Miles Nervine will positively cure headaches of Long standing and is exceedingly beneficial in All those run Down conditions of the. System which result from overwork or Lack of proper nourishment. All druggists Are authorized to sell or. Miles Nervine on a guarantee the first bottle will Benefit or Money will be refunded. Be sure and get or. Miles Nervine. Take nothing else. Write us about your troubles and ailments and we will give you absolutely free of charge the honest advice of a trained specialist. Booklet on heart and nerves sent free. Address or. Miles medical ., Elkhart ind. Service of late the Only vessels in the Navy permitting the Sale of even Beer aboard being the new York and Indiana. Even these sales have been ordered discontinued by order of Secretary Long. President will visit Boston Washington. Feb. 14.�?nothing of importance developed at s Cabinet meeting. It was stated at the White House trial the storm probably would not interfere with the pre Dent s trip to Boston where he will be the guest of the Home Market club at its banquet next thursday evening. The president and party will leave Here to Morrow evening if the trains Are running As now seems very probable. Him

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