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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, April 4, 1891
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si THE WOMAN OF FASHION. .She Is Out in the Full Regalia of Her Easter Attire. How Uie Spring lionncts Arc Constructed —Enstcr Stockings, Easter Shoos and Er.ster Gloves Must All Accord With K:irli Other. [COPYRIGHT. 1391.! > AH tho women arc out to-day in the glory of Easter regalia. Kain cannot •wholly obliterate it, nor sunshine add '-to its lustre'. New garments are put on at Eastcrtimo as the Easter offering 1 is put in tho plate, or the Easter eggs pre- •^laicil. All the Caster hats are turned up at the back. All the Easter hats have flower gardens upon them. Nearly all 'the Easter hats have American beauty iroses nestling- in front of the brim and snore roses still flanking the untilted The Easter bonnets are semi-toque in -style and semi-bonnet in shape. Lace, £ace straw, ribbons and flowers mingle ioviagly in a pleasing- disorder which 3s, after all, a variety of real order of She artistic sort. Lying fiat upon tho pretty Cleopatra waves which dresa wlt3j<. buttons of the s;i.mc color us the trimmings on the gmvn. A pair of purple suede boots were buttoned with black buttons. Gray suede boots were fastened with silver buttons. Tan suede boots were secured with deep red buttons slightly carved, and so on unto the end of the shoe chapter. Variety in color, yet harmony withal, and combinations of tho same hues throughout all the appointments of the wardrobe, may be given as a gfuide to the proper dress for the day. The backs of all the Easter gloves are stitched to match the. trimmings on the dress. Tho shops will stitch the gloves while one waits, at a cost of twenty-five cents. Black suede gloves stitched with tan, green, red or gray, are those most frequently seen. All the dress sleeves are very long for street wear, and all the women who are blessed with pretty hands wear broad white cuffs extending three or four inches below the dress sleeve. Link sleeve buttons are employed. The Carrie capes have bloomed this spring in advance of the roses. The heavy fur wraps, cloaks and capes which were so much in vogue all winter caused a reaction to cloth and woolen goods as soon as the weather would permit. The new style of capes are similar to those worn in the fall, but they are longer and fuller. A Venetian red cape appeared one warm day last week. It was gathered to a yoke of black cloth, heavily embroidered. The' gathers were full and evenly distributed. The bottom of the cape fell just below the wearer's waist. Another cape of tan, similarly made, was gathered to a yoke of deep red cloth embellished with gold passemen- terie. A high Medici collar was adorned with the passementerie which extended downward to a point front and back. WASHING-IN THE SEA. Traveler's Experience Among the Lavanderas of Curacao. They Prey Upon tlifl Helpless Traveler and with Their Clubs "Knock Out" His Precious Uncn In the Coral-Bedded Pcols—Dusky Amazonian Types. ICOPYBIQHT..1S91.1 HOUT the first person the voyager to the West Indies meets as lie descends the gangplank of the steamer is the w a sherwoman. It might be more correctly stated by saying that she meets the voyager, because she is there for that very purpose, and lies in wait for him with malice prepense. She doesn't carry any extra weight of brain, but she devotes that little to carrying out her EASTEE IIATS. the fashionable'woman's head is a deep %>and of forget-me-nots or violets. 'Overlapping this is an irregular arrange- inent of lace straw, deep at the sides, narrow in front and entirely lacking in the back. Then comes a bunch of lace in front and a pretty little lace raffling along the sides. At top of all Is velvet ribbon. Velvet streamers are "fastened at the back and are left to meander a down the nock and shoulders at their own curly will. The Easter girls are wearing the scoop hats similar to those shown them ?—in felt last fall. These are large, flat, '- and have an upward tilt in front quite different from the poke, yet suggesting it in being becoming to round full faces t=rfth plenty of color. it* Many consider it bad form to appear in new garments upon. Easter Sunday itself, so Easter Saturday was selected as 5the clay when part of -the gala attire anight be donned. For all young ladies, misses under jf* auneteen or twenty, it is perfectly good form to wear the hair flowing down, the foaek and confined at the neck by a rib- 5>on. The hair, .must not be drawn •Sightly underneath the ribbon, but must, yather, be allowed to hang loosely 3.bout the ears and temples. This style is particularly becoming to slender :Xnisses who gain a grace by this manner :of hair dressing which is not otherwise obtainable. Easter hose are bizarre to the last inch of .the leg. They come in such a Ivariety of shades that one can easily .' H select a pair to accord with the color of the gown. The basis of the gown may be gray. The .trimmings silver. Behold! gray lisle thread stockings are in the shop windows with silvery white ~icet and silvery points running up into £he grayness of the upper part. Black stockings are found with green trim- jmtng's, green stockings with pink trimmings and pink stockings with A Reseda green dress just completed has a broad border of peacock feathers embroidered upon a groundwork of myrtle green. The embroidery is brought up in a panel at each side in .such way as to meet at the back of the waist and form a point from which the fan-like train starts. Jacket forms of the embroidery are carried from the shoulders under the arms. Mrs. Cleveland's daisy gown of tan and blue is being widely .copied and with but few changes. The dress is of blue cloth. The trimming is of tan, with daisies embroidered upon it. The top row of daisies are cut out of the tan and are appliqued upon the blue material which forms the foundation of the gown. This is done all around the underskirt. The tan girdle is treated the same way. . An exquisite Louis XV. coat of yellow brown is lined with pink satin. Pink satin forms the lining- of the lapels, SPBIXG OUTLN'S SUIT. I'AKIS WALKING COSTUME, . I * scarlet ornamentations. In -response to x tte payment of a limited sum, one feates one's choice of the dazzling va- in3fity offered. Not so cheap are the bright, silken, ' Stay hose which are designed for -use i =with house slippers. These come in as fjgreat a variety of color, but are in only tint for both the foot and the leg. ! 2SHppers, are made as low cut as pos- l*ible to allow for displaying the beauty the stocking. Many of these slip- axe heelless, the satin toe being fastened to the ankle by means of A 5>eaded ^atin straps which -cross at the Other slippers of this descrip- designed only for morning- wear, tiny beaded toes lined with swans- •vidown These can be slipped off and on 'She foot at will. -Most beautiful of all the Easter nov- suede shoes made exactly the gown in color. A few ex- fjpense-disregarding women have -had 3e iboots made to order, eleven or which are turned back over a vest of white lace. . A beautiful blue gown of a shade much resembling navy blue is made of blue silk and cloth. ' The skirt is of cloth made in plain habit pattern. The waist has a full vest confined at the belt by a deep corselet of blue silk studded with jeweled nail heads. Full sleeves of the silk are also studded with nail heads, as is also the collar. The corselet is secured by invisible fastenings. A Louis XV. coat of blue silk accompanies this. The coat has deep cuffs with immense jeweled ornaments upon them. Bernhardt gave the women of Is ew York a valuable lesson upon the art of preserving one's own- individuality and personal beauty above all the eccentricities of dress. It was she who introduced jewels into dress trimmings and who used them for ornaments in hitherto unaccustomed places. Yet with all her jeweled display, Bernhardt yet preserved her own beauty in a way which did not occur to many of her imitators. Never were diamonds or gleaming stones of any sort placed in her ears or against her skin. The pretty flesh tints were left unrivalled by gems and were brought out by the colors of the gown. Jewels gleamed in tho girdles, epaulets and dress trimmings, but never were they placed so near the skin as to deprive it of its own pretty tints. She understands the art of dressing which is only the knack of bringing crat one's own individual charms. scheme of appropriating the traveler's linen, will he, nil! he. But, beware! It is impossible to •wholly escape her; but, if you have any article of apparel you wish to cherish, hide it before she gets her eye on it. Tho modus operandi is .the same throughout all tropical countries. The first move in the g-ame is to secure the stranger's linen; and have it she will,, even if she imitate the Egyptian woman's mode of dealing with Joseph, and strip him of his raiment. Happy then the washerwoman "tot#3'' her bundle of clothing.to the nearest water. It may be fresh water, it may be salt water, it may be clear as crystal, or it may be shiny and foul. It matters not so it be water, for the liquid element plays a small part in the game. Eunning water seems to be preferred and in a rapid stream, with current playing about their lower limbs, the washerwomen are in their glory if not in their element, Curacao is as picturesque an island as one may see in a month of travel,' even in the Caribbean sea, where every isle is a gem; an emerald in a sea of silver. It lacks only water, fresh water, aid running streams; else it would be an Eden. As there is no water here-save that caught and stored in cisterns, it is too precious, of course, to be wasted in washing either clothes or person; hence the females who take the contract for the purification of linen make the best of it and dispense with fresh water entirely. Salt water is good enough for them, and there is plenty of it. So they go to the sea-shore, a gallant array, every female with her dress girdled tight around her hips, a kerchief on her head and feet and bosom bare. Arrived at the sea-side vou find several pools formed inside the barrier reef of coral, where the water is smooth and glassy, and has a nice appearance, if it isn't fresh. Outside the reef the waves roll up threateningly and break with great force against it, b'ut only to tumble harmlessly into the quiet pool, in little rivulets and foaming streams. Here the woman halts and deposits her tub, or tray, of clothes on the coral beach, and carefully lays the club on top. Then she gathers up her only skirt very dexterously between her thighs, knots it in front, seizes the club and an inoffensive skirt, and proceeds to business. Another woman soon arrives, another and another, until the pool is as full as it can hold—the choicest collection of blacklegs in Curacao. ' Every woman has a rock in front of her arid upon this she lays the object of her solicitude. She lifts her club, gazes a moment with all the fond yearning of 'a parent about to punish-an erring child, and then brings it down with a :rash. The garment wilts at once; in nearer to use'strong-language, and'divers others have been known to seek to drown their grief in strong drink. On every side there is the sound of rlesc""--''-•--"!">>•». snrce r^ fclir.m-' fiying- so swiftly through the air as to leave a black streak only, and cause a halo of mist about the heads of the ncgresses. Witnessing this proof of women's inhumanity to .man's most precious article of wearing apparel, one is led to wonder if Tom Hood had evef looked upon a similar scene ere he wrote his "Song of the Shirt." And we are tempted to parody those lines as we •watch these worried workers with their "fingers weary and worn," grasping clubs instead of needles, which fall with their monotonous "whack! whack! whack!" upon the heap of clothes before them. All their thoughts center about their. work, and all their energies go into it. When they wring out a garment, they seize one end of it between their teeth and twist at the other with both hands until all the salt water is forced out of it. They have no use for soap, the kind they sometimes use is like their character, it will float, but it won't wash; that is, they sometimes use the fruit of the soap tree, a vegetable soap that grows in the tropics. In order to'secure photographs of these negresses engaged at their work I thought I should have to use great caution and some strategy. So I crept up quietly with my camera concealed, and had taken several distant shots before they observed what I was doing. At the discovery several made a dash in my direction, brandishing their clubs.' I thought it was "all up" with, me and my photographs and prepared to flee. But I was mistaken. Instead of being offended, they felt flattered at my at- BILIOUSNESS, . SICK HEADACHE; BDBAKXBUBN, MVER INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA, CO3CP1AJCNX, JACNDICE, PUREST AND BEST •AT LESS THAN= HAL F THE PRICE OF OTHE-R BRANDS POOHDS^Q'r HALVES.) [J4QUARTER.S P V. SOLD IN CANS ONLY. BY USING THE GENUINE DR.C.McLANE'J ——CELEBRATED •'• •DELIVER PILLS! JKEPABED OlfZY BY FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, P«. tf-Bewuoot COCSTEEEEHS nmde in St. Louii,"«| $3000; A. "JTEAJIt ! I unacrlakf to briefly icii nny fairly Intelligent pi-ruon ofcltlKT t, Vvho can react mid wrlle.and \vlio, nfler Instruction, wj!l work Induntriouhly, T - - - - liow to earn Tlireo TlHiiuiind Dnlljin. H re»rln Ilirfroivn knmlltlei.ivlieKvcrtlief llve.I will nlnofurnl* the Mlmutlon orejn]iloymciH,nt wlilcli you can enrti tlintninount No money for inn unlri» nuocranful n« iuovc. luuilyind quickly U'firntict. I (jcidri] but Olio worker from cnch dlnlrk: or county I hftvo Already titujfJit nmi provided wWi enmloynieiil a Inrpa number, who ars miking over *!1000 a MMirencfu If« JfE VV • no" SOLID. Full ...rllculw, FREE. Adorn. »t one., K. C. AJ^tiEar. Kox 42O, Aiiuiittii, Maine. Bo Toor Oira I>yeimr, at Home. .-. Th-y u-ill dye everything. They ore sold cvcry- where. PneelOc. a pockui'e. Tlieyhavcnoequil for Strength, Brifrhtnest Amount in Packages ~ . of dolnr of ;;a di'linc Qualities. or for F They do Ben Krnliw. 811 Vrnirtb street. DfjQl Tar sale by Offi THE GREAT ENGLISH RE.MEDY- TJged for 35 years""" " " ' by thousands suo L'cssfullr. Ovar- anncd to cure al forms of Nervous Weakness, Emls •Ions, Sperraator rhe». Impotency Rnd all trie effects package, *1; six, S6, by mall, AddrouTtKs.WoodChe, ' live., Detroit, Ulch. Sold by Ben Fisher. orYouthtolfbnjr and the exrastea.. Pnoco from Life. .. of later years. Giva.Immediate strength andvlo* or. Ask dniKKlin for Wood'»Phof.. phodlne; ttkeno Ono , write for pamphlet mical Co., 131 Woodward WANTED £° r DR \ SCOTT* . " * ' *-" be»ntllui Electrlo ICoraets. Simpiefree to tbos« bt. _ . -' coming agents. JT» ri»k, qnicfc ,»!—. Territory given, satisfaction pnsraoteed? AddreM OR.SCOTT.842 Broadway St..N.Y. B l flY CARRIAGES! 1 make a specialty o£ manufnctnr- Ing.BabyCurriagestoaell direct t'» private intrtlen.' You CIUV therefore, do better with me than with a dealer. Can-iases Delivered Free of Charge- to all points lirthe United States- "io •" , Send for Illustratcd.Catalojrue. CHAS. RAISER, Wife. 62-64 Clyiiourn Ave., Chicago, III. CURACAO WASHEKW05IES. tentions and wanted me to take a nearer view of their scantily-draped though, muscular forms. As they spoke the harbarous patois of the island, known as Papiamento, I could not understand what they said, but their gestures were not to be mistaken. There happened to be among- them an old negress from Jamaica, who, of course, spoke English, or what passed for it, with the Africans of the West Indies She planted herself in front of me and slapped her brawny breast. "Look me heah, sah. Heah I is. Want you take iim fortygraph ob de ole lady to gib de gnbnor." "Well, aunty, keep your month shut and.I'U do-it." "Kb, JMassa Buckra (white man), me doan want de pickchew still likeness, me want um speakin' fortygraph, 'cause dat's way I is." _And so, making a virtue of necessity, I took a snap-shot at her with her mouth open, after which she went hack to her work contented. FREDEKICK A. OBEB. Winslof,Lanier&CJ), 17 NASSAU STREET, New York, BANKERS, FOR WESTERN STA TJSS, CORPORATIONS, BANKS-'AND MERCHANTS. (NTERE'STALLOWED ON DEPOSITS AND LOANS NEGOTIATED. S TOPS *«• unnatural discharges in _24 hours. Adopted by the German Government for Hospital &Army use P.S.C. isputupfor American trade in a paten t bottle hold, inssyringr; (sec cut) At druggists,.$1.00, including Syrisigc, or sciit,5caied,for$1.IO IThO VonMohlCompany, Cincinnati. Ghla a BoloAmerlcao Agent*. Bo K. KEESLrNfi, A[;ent/Logansport, Ind. C URES Gleet & Gonorrhea ia 3 days. No Stricture No Pain. SURE TO WEAK MEN Buffering from the effect! of youthful errors, early decay, wasting wealcneu, lost manhood, etc., I will lend a -valuable treitiflo (gelded) containing fall particulars for homo cure, PREE ° f charge. A •plendid medical work; should De read by ere»y jnaa -who it nervous and debilitated. Addreaa, Prof. F. C. FOWLER, Moodus, Conn. HOFPWAN'S HARMLESS KEAPACHE POWDERS. 'ositively the Best. CURE ALL HEADACHES. Fhey are not a Cathartic For Sale by Bed 'fisher. RDTAGDN ROF.DIEFFENBACH'S SURE CURE for SEMINAL, NERVOUS «a URINARY TROUBLES in YOUNB, MIDDLE-AQED and OLD MEN. NO , STOMACH MEDICATION, ND UNCERTAINTY OR DISAPPOINTMENT, >>"I>°»!- tlvely reliorcF tbo worst cages ID 24 hours, nnd pcrraanentlycurcclDlOfldnvd. 15day» treatment on trial by return mall for SI. Circular' free. „ , THE PERU DRUC CO., Sole asts. for tho U.S. 189 WIS. ST., MILWAUKEE, WIS; Some Tall Chimneys, The following table gives the exact height of all the tallest chimneys in the world, taking into consideration all of those which are 200 feet and over: Feet. Lawrence Manufacturing Company, Lowell, Mass 211 Fremont & Suffolk Co., Lowell 225 Pacific M1IH Lawrence. Mass 227 Merrimnc Company. Lowell, Mass 383 Amoskoag Manufacturing Company, Manchester, N. S 265 Navy Y::rcl, Boston.. 3S1~i Manchester. England 415 Klasgow. Scotland 44S UfUAT HAVE YOU 15XTRADEF For some oi the choicest lands In WESTEKSi. K.AN8A.8, both clear sod Incumbered, Improved and unimproved. ES^Scnu loxOnr JLl»l of property tbm we wnl Kxchuner for L.AJVD, REW- II>KX:KS, MJ!IICDA_NJ(I»E AiVW J.JVE STOCK. AC.dtess A. B. FABKBa. BMtne, Nest Cotuity, Kansas. TIME TAB Li i; twe-lTe Jrattons and buttoninc | Quito Enongh. Wool—Young 1 . Bronson is a regnlar chip of'the old block. . Van Pelt—Well,:' if-'ho^ is merely a chip, I don't want to .run.up ag-ainst the original block.;—Munsey's Weekly. A-Surfeit. She—Have you' had any experience with western cyclones?.., . . He—With one. She was the widow of a man from .Kansas City;—JuHge', City 3Ian Sire.. ; Podunkus—I presume you reg-ard my manners .a? rather •provincial? '' Gothamite—Not at all: you stare at a lady like a native,—Judge. . "Is this a cool .neighborhood in summer?" asked the .house hunter. ."You.can judg-a.for yourself, sir," replied the ag-ent "A family from Boston live next door. 1 '—Munsey's Weekly. THE QUEEN OF THE two minutes it is completely knocked out, and in three is so dilapidated its own mother wouldn't know it. After she has mauled it awhile in one position she lifts it tenderly into the water, souses it thoroughly and then puts it back on the rock. She has caught her second wind by' this time, and wields the club with fresh vigor. If there are any buttons left, she "goes for them" scientifically. It is the proud boast of the most/accomplished wash- lady here that she can fetch a button at every clip. When the buttons are gone she bestows particular attention upon the button-holes, punching them out, and enlarging them to the . capacity of watch-pockets. Then, with a critical poke of the club and a contemptuous flirt, the limp and lifeless shirt is.tossed ashore, -where it is taken in hand by an assistant in waiting, who jabs sharp- pointed coral into it,, in order to pin it down to the sand, or hang it conspicuously over a cactus bush. It is hardly to be wondered at that, seeing their best shirts treated in this maimer, divers seafaring-menhavebeen THE SKIN. Is an important factor in keeping good health; if it does not act In thi way intended by nature, its function* are performed .by other organs,— the Kidneys and the Lungs; and th« result is a breakdofm of general health. Swift's Specific It the remedy of nature to stimulati the skin to proper action. It-never falls in this, and alway« accomplisher the purpose. Send for our treattie on the Blood and Skin DiseM«*. SWIFT SPECIFIC Co., Atlanta, Q* Lake Erie &• Western Railroad Co. "NATURAL GAS ROUTE." (| Condenses Time fable I IN EFFECT MARCH 1st 1890 Solid Trains between Sandusks and Peorla and Indianapolis and Michigan City. DIRECT Cannectlons to and. from all points In the Dnlted States and Canada. Trains Leave Logan-sport and connect wltb th L. E. & W. TralBS as lollows: WABASH B. S- LeaveLogansport,J:13p.m.. 1130a.m... 8:19g.m Arrive Peru 4:36 p.m..11:44 a.m... 8-.55a.ni L. E. & W. R. R. Leave Peru, / North Bound 4:45 p.in Sonth Bound 10.-40a.nr 11:50 a. m WAEASH R. R.- Leave LO(rd.nsport,S:4^p.m.. 7:50a. m Arrive LaFtiyette. 4:55 p.m.. 9:20 a.m L. K. & W.R. R. Leave LaFayette, EastBound 150p.m West-Bound 5:ii)p.m H. C. PARKER, Traffic Manager, C. V. DALY, Gen. Paes. * Ticket. Ajft. '.KDIANAPOLlS. END. A Chicago druggist retailed 2000000of TELS TILES GRATESEi c : 224 WWASH AYE TRAINS LOGANSPORT 1WCT BOPND. New York Express,dally 2:65 am Ft Wayne (Pas.) Accm., excpt Sunday 8:18 a m Kan Jlty 4 Toledo Ex., excpt gundayll :15 a m Atlantic ExpreBs.dally....... 4-OGpm • Accommodation Frt, excpt Sunday,. 9:26pm ' WEST BOUJIt). Pacific Express, dally.... 7-62 am Accommodation Frt., excpt Sunday..12.15 p m Kan City Ex., except Sunday 8:45 p m Lafayette (Pas.)Accm;, : exopt Sunday 6^'S p m 8tLoulaEx., dally 1032pm Eel Klver I>Iv., IiOg:imisport, West Side. .Between JLoganftport and Chili. BAST BQUND. Accomo'datlon.Leave, except Sunday.10-00 a m Accomadatlon, Leave " " 4:10 pm B. F. Keesling and CuDen & Co.,sole Agents in Lopansport. JUDICIOUS Af!D PERSISTENT Advertising has always pi-ovcD suocossrul. JSefore plumnfany X L'wspn-pe'r Advertising, consult LORD &. THOMAS; AUVEKTIS1XO AfiK.tTS, I.-, id I!) Ilnriloloi Sin-rt. CHICAGO. A. .VB-W KJEIMKDT; PO8ITIVJB OUKJ5 FOB BRIGHTINE DIABETES, jiitrijviTia ' Corresponaenoe «Jlicted,vulnable .oformatlon free. Osuftt discount to rf^de. . disease TTM. T. 18 taSuIlc 8ir«et. . ,ndfed ailment* CO.; • • • ChlcAco. III. AccomodatlOn.Arrlve.except Sunday, 8:10 a m Accomoiiatlou, Arrive, " " 4:10 pm 7narchl7d3m PERFECT MANHOOD " * '°'»' <,««< « nlocolltfei!,wli«rnwIli|.j.liv 1 ..Any ">°« c.ncioilio work, any to irarn. Wo fnrnlih evorytbing:.,yvo ,wrt rou. NO risk.; J : on c«n dcvot. yuuriipiirBmrani.nl. or nil your llroo to lh« work. lhi»l««u ' and ioroalliu-a little experience. We KltKK. No ups pli,yinciit mid teach you Kl itifonnitbi, FHKK. V"- n Cum!* you His cm- et! to explnln horo. Full .Mlddle-agcdand Elderly men who are BufferlnK from the affect" of youthful follies or ex- oeasen of maturer years, and r/ow flnd tbolr miralj rlROr decrenacd ana who are troubled wltft 'orrible drxlniiiind losses, you can be perm anentlirr";tored to PKJrtFKCT MAXHOOD. :nt homo, wlthojl* v nK 1d -MV-T* Chronic, «r»OU» and SpeclllI D1S6I18CS. If In need of Tnedlctil old, send for Question It» ip you can fully descdDe the symptoms of your pai tlcular disease tO me. ConBUlttttlOnfreC F. D. CLARKE. M, D.. |OA • r^l^.c- D* «-»Vf«*H**«M 1888. ClarK8t H CHICAGO, »_ W. L. DOUGLAS "and-other Mnclnl- ~tles for Gentlemen, , .,., ranted, -and 80 stamped on bottom. ••Addrww <•>•- , W.JL.JJOUGLAr?, .Brockton, MUM. SoWby J.ZB. WINTEBS^Broadway

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