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Daily Capital Journal
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SATUKDA, AUGUST 22, 181KJ.
'Oft'oilr'st1, Mr. (Jeer could not afford .
to discuss the real Issue.
Sum Clark 'tNinio nobly to
Occr'fl support Friday tilirlit.
Tub JotmMAL Is a silver paper but
it prints the fullest report of the gold knows that iroid
MR. DEER'S TALK.
Ifon. T. T. Ocer's ntldrcu, nt the
nrnuiry, was more fair and able than
any he bin ninde Iwforc. While he
did not miiiu rely answer a single ques
tion put to him, he was fairer than
the crowd wlio sliowed their Intoler
ance, In several ways.
It Is still evident that .Mr. Oecr
cannot. diKtliHulsl between n dollar.
Unit N still a Iwtil tender dollar, but
Is not a measure or value, but I It
self measured in gold and is "held up
by gold" as Mr. Gecr says. Mr. Geer
alone Is the only
DEER, OF MACU2AY.
Continued from llrst paw.
The opponents of theifolil standard
are continued In their fnM.li by all
such speeches as T. T. Oeer's.
Worklumcu have no business to
btaud on the street and talk politics,
They should lw tit work nt $2 a day.
"Tiie rich alone in help us. Go:l
bless tins rich." T. T. tt-vr. "The
workltimen are tlu creditor cl.tss."
The Idle worklngincn will more
than answer Ocer fiday on the street
corners, unless they are all hired tojjo
to work at $2 a day.
John Sherman don't talk tarllT;
Mnrvcy Scott don't; they say the
money question is paramount. The
people say so too.
The labored cITorts of the itold
standard Republicans to net a crowd
last night, wns well rewarded. Fully
one-hnlf of ttie crowd was American
There are Republicans In Salem
who can reply to T. T. Geer's speech
unci dissect his gold standard fallacies.
Thcro nro also Democrats nnd Pop
ulists who can do it. It Is no trick at
Politicians who want to favor
American workltiKiuon should prac
tice as well as preach. This Includes
rich men, bankers and campaign
mnuagors who employ Chinese Jani
tors. Why not employ some poor
mil n with a family.
Of couim', a young fellow getting
about $2,600 a year and perquisites
out of tlio pockets of the taxpayers
can always slleuco n mere working
mail who asks a question about tho
way the act of 187.'l was smuggled
i . . . ..
Hon. T. T. Geer said Friday night
that Harrison had reduced the
national debt KUO,ooo,000 during his
administration. Mr. Geer was not
accurate. The exact amount that the
national debt was reduced undor the
Harrison administration In four years
wtiH $07,810,00:1. Under Cleveland's
administration for four years previous
tho debt was reduced $101, -122,8m.
Cleveland beat Harrison 1123,000,818.
Thcso llgurcs arc from tho gold stand
ard Now York World almanao for
Killed by a Horac.
Eugcno Guard. Aug. 20: Nonuun
O. Hunsaker, tho six-year old son of
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. II. Hunsakor, was
killed Instantly at Dexter at 3 o'clock
Tho boy, in company with his
mother uud it little girl had started
to a garden, which Is some distance
from tho house. Tho boy was riding a
horso bare baku while tho other two
walked. Tho horso considered gentle
uud tho boy had been accustomed to
ride It about tho farm. When about a
quarter or n mllo from the houso, the
animal, -from some unknown cause,
reared and fell backward. It foil di
rectly upon tho boy, Injuring him In
tonally and ho died Instantly.
The men folks of tho neighborhood
wcroall away threshing grain, and
tho boy's futhor was In San Francisco,
whero ho has been earning u 11 vollhood
for tho fauilly.for tho past threo years.
When tho grlor-strlcken mother real
ized fully what had happened, slio
Boizcd tho dead child In hor arms and
ran with him to tho houso, Ah death
was plainly ovidont, no physician was
I will lit nnd sell tho best Specks In
existence,, for 91.CQ. nnd VI. Eyes
tested Free ,fg;,iriIINQK8(
17 tf 23yCo!umerclal street.
measure, of value, at present and that
the more silver we coin, tinder the
gold standard, the more demand we
create for gold "to hold It up."
Mr. Geer seems ItidllTeienl to some
vital facts In the case. From Decem
ber HI, 1800, to June .'10, 1800, the
holdings or gold, or the live leading
nations, or Europe, have Increased
from $i0,-1HU,000 to $1,51)0,000,000 or
near y SSDO.OOO.O'O or gold. Decem
ber .'II, IfcW), our country's treasury
and United Suites banks held $343,-
000.(00 In uold. In the mean time we
have produced .WiW.OOO.OOO nnd lHr
rowed $202,000,000, and May 31, 1800,
had only $301,000,000 In our country.
We are worse olT, In gold, by the oper
ations of the single gold standard, by
$.11,100,000 than wn were In 1890, and
the Mclvluley law was not repealed
until August 28, 1891. Yet Mr. Gecr
says the repeal of the McKlnley law
did It and our money system Is all
All the Ignorance Is not on the side
of the silver men, as anyone could
conclude from Mr. Geer'B speech. He
seemed to overlook the fact thai when
the Republican party resumed "specie
payments" (in 1879 It considered all
gold and silver coin as specie, and by
Gccr's admission there was about
$100,000,000 silver coin In the country.
Hut Mr. Geer says the wrong or 1873
was righted by the liland act or 1878.
Is a limited coinage of $2,000,000 a
month frco and unlimited coinage of
silver? Mr. Gecr knows better. Re
sides ho says It was coined for gold
redemption, which is not true.
Rut ids stock argument was Gov
ernor Roles, of Iowa, slnco becomo u
frco silver man. Gov. Roles over
stated tho prosperous condition In
Iowa as a candidate for re-election
and was severely censured by tho
Republican Iowa State Register for
doing so. Iowa Is tho most pros
perous and richest farming stato In
the Union. Raising more corn and
hogs than any other state, two arti
cles on which there Is less competi
tion abroad than on any other farm
products. Iowa Is not a fair state to
Judgo 1802 by.
As Tin: Journal predicted, Mr.
Geer skllirully avoided all mention or
tho fact that tho Republican plat
form pledges tho party to Interna
tional bimetallism, while the free coin
ago mendomand it ludopendontand
American. That Is tho only issue in
this cnmpulgn. Wo do not blame Mr.
Gcorfor skillfully Ignoring such an
untenable proposition as tho Republi
can admission that tho gold standard
is to bo got rid of as soon as wo can
get tho consent of Europe.
Tired people are tired becauso thoy
havo exhausted tholl strength. Tho
only way for thorn to got strong is
to eat proper food.
Rut eating is not all. Strength
comes from food, after digestion.
Digestion is made easy witli Shaker
People who got toa tired, die. Life
Is strength, Food is tho maker of
strength. Food Is not rood until it Is
Tired, pale, thin, exhausted, sick
suirerers from indigestion, can bo
cured by tho uso of Shaker Digestive
It will rovlvo spout energies, refresh
and Invigorate them, create now
courage, ouduruuco audstrengtn. all
by helping their stomachs to digest
It bids nature, and this Is tho best
of it. It gives Immediate relief and,
with porsoverouco, permanently cures.
Sola by druggists. Trial bottlo 10
Notice to Contractors.
Rids for tho erection of a poultry
building, nt tho stato fair grounds,
will bo opened, at my otllco, Thurs
day, August 20th, at 1 o'clock p. in.
C. 11. lluitaaitAF,
X Always FIRST
Ps tt vsat th IjiJIn kranJ. 14 tm lK 0
W ttftfr an.l At mSl amuhmmIj'iI S
X A PERFECT FOOD FG INFANTS 2
to President Jelferson as having de
monetized the silver dollar hyn mere
excriit i vc oidir. Times were so good
In lbV2 that wo had forgotten about it.
He scut to lowi and got Governor
HolscV message to the legislature to
show that Iowa farmers were very
piosperous in 1892. He rererrcd to the
opposition as the combination of Pop-
ocrats who were trying to ride In on
the silver question.
Harrison had borrowed no money
and reduced the national debt $310,-
000,000 In four years. Cleveland had
not reduced the debt but had borrowed
$202,000,000 or W0 1, 000,000 with Inter
est when It should all rail due. This
was all under tho same financial legis
lation, and was not duo to the demon
etization of sliver. Applause.
Ho told how ho had once been
changed from a condition of ecstatic
bliss to abject misery by encountering
a skunk on li country pathway. So
tho country had encountered tiio
Dornocratlo party in 1892 and had
been In misery ever since. Laughter.
Mr. Geer read an extract from The
Journal or April 13, 1090, that it
was t he free trade policy had nearly
ruined our industries. This was
cheered to the echo by the Republi
cans present. Mr. Geer failed to state
that It was written before the state
and national Republican plat forms.
M'ift.' .TmITIJWAT. nrlttnr linrl nftotlllnntnn
at his table on his rami to his great
Hftp.lnl Iilnutlirn uiul flniltli'lnl iaa It
Ho then spent a good hair hour on the
editor of The Journal In a very
clear, lucid and ambiguous manner.
now kok SILVER.
He proceeded to discuss 'tho silver
question. The ratio was llxcd"nt 16
to 1, as a commercial ratio for the
coinage ratio. At that latlo silver
was over-valued and no gold circu
lated. Silver was tho cheaper coin
and did all tho business. The coinage
ratio had never been changed but to
meet tho commercial ratio.
Mr. Gecr showed that tho vital
point to bo arrived at was to have tho
two metals circulate together. If
horses wore legal tender, even a free
silver man would not pay n debt with
ti $1,000 race horso if ho could pay it
with a $10 cayuse. ''Thero Is not a
man in Oregon who is a harder work
ing man than I am, and I want to
talk to tho plain working people,"
said Mr. Gecr.
Ho told tho Tlios. Tongue story,
about no man In existence ever hav
ing seen a silver dollar prior to 1873,
except in u dlmo museum. Thero
was no silver in circulation to bo de
monetized In 1873. Thero was no sil
ver money to do business with. Here
Sam Clarke of Salem said ho had done
lots of business thirty years ago in
Spanish dollars. This created some
Hero a man spoke up and said
that silver money did not circulate
becauso silver bullion was worth inoro
then as bullion than ns coin and that
was why It did not circulate.
Another man asked: "What tuado
It worth more as bullion than as
Geer: "It was undervalued. That
was why it did not circulate."
Mr. Geer centinued:
Under free coinage tho people had
not taken enough Interest in the
matter to take more than a million
dollars worth of silver u year to tho
mints. Tho bill demonetizing silver
was not passed surreptitiously as wus
charged. It was debated threo years
and passed openly.
A worklngman hero asked: "Wusnot
tho bill passed without reading it?"
Gecr: It was threo years before
congress and It was not possible it
could not have been read.
Q. Was It read on llnul passage?
Governor Lord's Private Secretary
Dunnlway hero camo to Geer's rescuo
with some nccurato Information and
tho Ropubllcan applause was vocifer
ous. O. R. Moores yelled nt tho working-
ingman: "Put another question!"
Mr, Geer went on to say if it gavo
anyone uny satisfaction to think it
had not been read ho was entitled to
it. Ilo read a speech from Senator
Stewart in 1875 that ho wanted all
money rcedomed lngold,"tho universal
Sam Clark, another goldhug farmer,
now threw In a few minutes talk.
Gecr spent some time to show that
tin phrase "goldhiu" originated In
1S.13, and that g-l I had been the
standard ;wr since, except when we
weteon a p.iper ''Ns. Gold was 10
times the best money or the two.
The ratio or 10 to 1 was an admission
or silver's Inferiority to gold. Ap-
ADMITS THE WltONO.
If n great wrong had been done in
1873, it had been righted in 1878 un
der the Bland-Allison act. There had
been coined mlor to the year 1873
only $d,ooo, 00 ntaiidard dollars and
only SliJO.OOO.OOO sliver coined In all.
WfiO.OW.i'OO had been put In circu
lation of stiver since then. This had
all been done under the gold standard.
HOW TO OCT MONEY OUT.
A man on the street who had com
plnlned a great deal about shutting
sliver out or the mints, but had never
had an ounce or silver bullion to sell
tnhis lire. The money was all right.
Just put It In sight. It was In tho
banks. Where else should It be. We
could not compel men to put money
In circulation. Wo must in sonic way
Induce them to do It.
ir they would let up on thcso
threats against capital, times would
get better much taster.
You could not rorce anyone to put
up a woolen mill or an Iron foundry
by law. This threatening had to stop
or prosperity could never bo restored.
Hero Sam Clark Interjected a speech
of his own for the gold standard.
Jo. Foncssald a man had asked why
the trndo dollar circulated at only 85
cents, when It was bigger than tho
Geer: Because It was a kind of
DOES UI MEXICO.
Mr. Gecr hero gave the usual gold
standard argument against tho Mexi
can silver dollar. Tho Mexican gold
dollar was as good as the dollar of the
millionaire. A country must In some
way redeem Its silver money. Gold
did not need to be redeemed. He was
not ashamed to bo called a goldbug
anywhere. Tho fathers or our coun
try and the history or our country
wero ror the gold standard. Ho chal
lenged nnyonc to show whero the
fathers of 'our country had ever de
parted from the commercial ratio be
tween tho two metals. Eight to one,
or one to one was as logical as 10 to 1.
Q. Why Is it that a silver dollar Is
now worth 100 cents, but under rrec
coinage would be worth only 53 cents?
Geer: Because, ir the oarltv was
not maintained tho dollars would bo
worth only their metal value. Ap
plause. There was no free coinage
country that had any gold in circula
Q. Why Is not the silver dollar
a 53-ccnt dollar in our country?
Gecr: Becauso wo arc on the gold
stnndard. I am a gold standard man
openly, becauso I am a bimetalllst.
I am for the gold standard becauso I
am opposed to contraction or our cur
rency. Tho government holds tho silver
dollar up with gold. Why did tho
Populists ask ror only $50 per capita?
Not ouo of them but would pick up a
$1 or oven a 10-cent piece, ir ho round
one on tho road. Wn want to keep
tho system lust about what it Is. It
is good enough.
Mr. Geer spout tho last half hour
trying to show that tho farmers had
no good reason to complain of low
Makes you Bcom "all broken up," with
out Hfo, ambition, energy or appetite.
It is often tbo forerunner of serious ill
ness, or tho accompaniment of nervous
troubles. It la a positive- proof of thin,
weak, impure blood; for, if tho blood is
rich, red, vitalized and vigorous, It im
parts Hfo and energy to every ncrvo,
organ and tlssuo of tho body. Tho
necessity of taking Hood's Barsaparllla
tor that tired feeling is theroforo apparent
to every ono, and tho good it will do you
Is equally beyond question. Remember
Is tho best In tact tho Ono Truo Blood Purifier.
U,I r!ll,, euro nvcr ins, easy io laKC,
nOOCl S FIIlS easy to operato. 25 cents!
U JW. MACK. ITAOT . 5;
o-. ."ai ANU SHUT,.
but. nsorlo Dr. J. M.'Kecnr. M White
Corner Salem, Or. Parlies .lc-ini.fc -uperior
opern'lt.ns nt moderate fees m n brunch nre
In especial request
in csprcim request. v'l J f-v
Peter G, NorgrTn, HOljfe,
(Formerly with V. J. l.arn it Co 1
Carrac nml wagon hip, 32,1 Connntrclid
slici't. I'rlng on )oar work, old or new, orcl
have it done with a guaianter of saiWfiuiion
6 lOil&w if
WHAT IS SAID,
Some say we give the licit mral' in
town for 15c. We say try us and jc-j.
Call! rnia Express rrain-R ,
S. KICIIAUDSON. PROP.
Second door north of Hctcl Willamette.
Stage headquarters centrally located at
"The Anderson" for lines leaving Salem,
Slates there for orders. All packages and
parcels left there will be cared for. Waiting
parlors, good rooms, and meals at all hours.
GEO. W. ANDERSON, Prop.
Ed. S, Lamportf
289 Commercial st
Hasjbought the Frank' E. Shaf
fer and the M. Beamer harness
stocks at forced sale. 54,000
worth of goods will be disposed
of at 50 eclats on the dollar,
Sign of the White Horse,
Salem Steam Laundry
Please noticejthc cut in prices
on the following;
Shirts, plain , 10 cents
Under drawers 5 to locents
Under shirts 5 to 10 cents
bocks, per pair 3 cents
Handkerchiefs 1 cent
Silk handkerchiefs 3 cinis
Sheets and pillow slips 24 cents per dozen,
and other work In proportion.
Flannels andother work inJJ
tclligcntly washed by hand,
Col, , Olmsted Prop,
Meets all masl and passenger trains, llag-
cagc ami express 10 an parts 01 the city,
rromni scivicc. leiconone ino
telephone No. 70.
p"""""' """cy, uarr sbure l,,,;i ""I
Eugene, Crww.ll, Drain? .ft" ft" r
from KotcfaurR to AshUnd XZ,1,1
RrKHimun ... ' ,ut"ire
-' "" J"- DAILY,
lv, 1....7T.T--T '""HI!
l, b.lloin lv
J.ar. Roseb'g lv!
hn . 1 . .' "uiip
to chop cord wood, The Labor Exchange
wants a nunilic. of good wood choppers at
once. Apply at warehouse.
II. J. SHARP,
8 4 tf Manager.
. H. HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,.
Makes a tpialty of line repair work, Seth
Thomas ulorkt, etc., 215 Commercial Stieet
On farm land security. Special
rates on large loans. Loans
considcied without delay,
HAMILTON & MOIR
Push Hank buildin9.
MONEY TO LOAN I
WANTED. Solicitors for campaign book
by Aryan, written by R. L. Metcalf, Editor
"Bryan, Sewall and Free Silver,' authorized
Omaha World. Herald, appointed author by
Dryan. Contains speeches and platform. A
bonanza for agents, a free silver mine for
workers. Only $1.50. The only autnorlzcd
book. So per cent. Credit given. Freight
paid. Outfit free. Degln now with choice
of territory. Permanent, profitable woik for
00. Address- ine national ocoK Lonce n,
Star Building, Chicago.
prices or products.
Tho Discovery 8aved Ills Llfa
Mr. G. Callloutte, Druggist, Peaversvlllc.
111., says: "To Dr. King's New Discovery I
7 .' ; '"" BC wn la Vjrlppe
and tried all the ohvsiclans for milts w
but or no avail and was given up and told
I could not live. Having Dr.King's New
discovery in my store I sent for a bottle and
began its use and from the first dose began to
K usiisi nrm aiier using inree bottles was
up and about again. It Is worth iU weight
In gold. We won't keep store or house
without it ' Get a free trial at Fred A.
Legg's Drug Store.
Eastern R. R. Company
Connecting nt Yaqulna Hay with the Sa
Francisco & Vaquini Pay Steamship Co.
Sails from Yaquina every 8 days for San
Francisco. Coos Pay, Port Orrord, Trinidad
and Humbolt Pay.
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Shortest route between the Willamette valley
Fare from Albany or points west to Ban
Franclscoi Cabin, $6; steerage, $4; to Coos
Bay and Port Orford, cabin $6; to Humboldt
Bay, cabin $8; round trip, good 60 days, $16.
YAOUINA BAY. '
The most popular seaside resort on the
North Pacific Coast. No undertowsurf
On city or farm property.
Over Bush's Bank,
T. K. FORDJ
DINING CARS ovTTtT-rr
WEST SIDE DIVISION
Between Portland and Corvallii, d'.il, i
cept Sunday. 1 ' 7 (tt-
7:30 a.m. l.v.
12:15 p.m. f, Ar.
At Albany sml Corvalli, connect"
trams of Oregon Central & Eutem iSd?
Express train dally except Sundsy.
4:4S P m.l Lv. I'ortlanJ Ar. I H-jt.-T
.75 P. m.f Ar. McMlntllle Lrjjg?
to all points in the Eastern SttM, Cui,
and Europe can be obtained it low u run
E. P, ROGERS, Awt. G. F. 4 p. a,
R. KOEHLER. ManaEer. P"W "'
urCjmn' mI st . Silcm Or
rF"Slts $15 upwards. lints upwands-1
W0LZ & M1ESCKE Proos.
Jenlars in alFkinds of fresh and salt meats
CpTresh sausago a specialty.
171 COMMERCIAL ST
For those wishing to combine hunting and
fishing with aquatic sports, this resort has no
equal. Deer, bear, elk, cougar, brook trout
and salmon trout can be found In abundance
within a few hours' drive of the bay.
Ci7Reduced rates to all points.
EDWIN 8TONE, Manage?, Ccrvallis, Or.
I. C. MAYO, Supt. River Division.
M. P. BALDWIN, Local Agent.Allona Dock
CURED AS IF BY MAGIC.
victims of Lost AUnhood should 88aj at
uueo ior it imok
that cxplntiis how
lull luAuly vlifo;
Is easily, quickly
weakness can ar.
fcrd to ignore this
Hook tells how
Veiopment and tnrm km imJ;i .V"'.."
JV.?."( ,? 'v. Sannvlth poililvS
X KwiP iff
"I bring you good tidings or great joy,
which shnll be unto nil people."
A "BIBLE KEY"
"The Plan or the Ages."
Th s is the best work on the Bible, tver
Issued from the nress. Tt nUe: rnnni.i.
explanation of all the doctrinal subjects of
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Address T. H. LLOYD, 164 Waller street,
SALEM WATER CO.
Officet Willamette Hotel Quildin"
lor water service apply at office. Bill
payable monthly In a.linnr m. -
complaints at the office.
There will be no deduction In water rate
On account of temnnrnrv ,.)... t. .1
city unless notice is left at the offl.
& Si. hll By.
rllNNEBOTANOj J k
J o w A VT T
T. 11. BROWN,
107 Commercial street. R Salem. Oregon.
GLANCE AT THIS MAP.
Of the Ch'cago, 'Milwaukee nd St. Put
Ral)way and note its connection with iU
transcontinental lines st St. Paul sod Oaib,
and remember when going cut thit its tn.'
arc lighted with electricity and hostel 1
steam. Its equipment is superb, Eltpsl
Buffet, library, smoking and sleeping cm,
with free reclining chairs. Each iletpuf
car leithl.as an electric reading liap,iM
its dining cars aro the best io thewU.
Other lines are longer, than this, but note
are shorter, and no oilier offers the abore lu.
urious accommodations. These are wfficiett
reasons for the jiopularityiof "Tb Milii
kec." Coupon ticket agents In erer nil
road office will give yon further informiuoc,
C. J. EDDY. General Agent,
J. W. CASEY, Trav. Pass. Aw.
ONE-HAU ene OF BOX.
fr?.iteir.wa,er ,for lrri8a'ion will only b
lurnished to regular consumers uslnu water
IIiil . "J."' , Pur?J' Contractors for side,
walks brick work and plastering will pleavs
read "under building Purposes'' page 17 Vf
!"'! f ra,e$ for ,S93. Apply at oi.ee
ul?11 tn andard for fortr yeam and I
, I more doduIif twi. ,,,. 2Ii??l!! uu ,
" " " " wtbi iraiviv.
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iu'f .','" o'.rwtos ITS a (Bar I
aiinii-iii tftiiiu iiiwivi kknxai
box "u S w iSTfcSSl
AT DRUaaiBTS akd fANOY BTOHKB. '
Union Pacific System,
IPlhrough Pullman 1 'c!V i
Sleepers and Free. Reclining Chsirs WJ
Portland to Chicago.
lighted by rintsch light.
HTime to Chicago 3 ;-
Tho Dncu rrnn,.
nif.7.i?S ""?'' ni WU! lolllv lAn.l nV-C.".- roi"lOSS
ERIE MEDICAL 00., BUFFALO.H.Y. 'jjfeg'8
ot the slcin is taviv-
nao uso 1'ouotu'a
oz ti i a con.hoiionou
remeuy ror uonorrmea
Wolte. uunaturl dis.
fr.iZr te 1 u LdtTi.
AiAS ikiArfcatM V Ch&rceo- nr in, Inflaninitt.
t-3 am w tuutun. on. Irritation or ulcr.
.JifHftBii uauiloo. tloa of muoom mem
taVHCEUiCH(UiCUCo. brano. Moo-utrlngcut.
jacuiaHiun.o.SHi oid by Branuu,
WBsVV Circular scut oa- riut
Which is many hours quic
For rates, time tables and i.
R,W BAXTER. ,fe.ftip
(general B",. ., portUM.
135 Third StreeUj.
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