San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 343, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 16, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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San Antonio Daily Light
on. ef Ban itcolo'iwbrujMCl
rraored bit baa.rj from No. South Atawjo
strait to o. South Alamo ttrywarr. .
ill kimlttr be found and rtadr UinMP
hia suetomm and Is nubile iiwrur H
Ins: winter nnntna. OMere lft with i
mi klndt of breed caket and OTWTWlfjn
hli bn. Mr. Die) Ml br hit anuria- mrM
hit bulit nps Sot bntlnoM and eeane the
patronage of tba-pablla. 1M1-Ia
all klndt of house ela-n and carrlsire painUdsT
Volume VI. Number 343.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 16. 1886.
Only $B a Yaar
Cbronlo grumblers al wars flml timet btd They fill to
teetbttllie fault let with tbemtelvet Think bull-
nett It not satisfactory because the world goet
wrong Take thing at you find the in Swim
tatberwlih than against the tldn Warm
weather hit caused a decllno In
HEN'S AND BOYS' OVERCOATS AND SUITS
Ladies Cloaks. Shawlsand Heavy Dress Goods.
No lanrer Mock Is found either In
medium or fair rmdcn tbaa we carry.
Blankets and Comforters !
Aslateiceedinaly low price p. which hM
made our firm renowned. In our Shoe
.Department we carry at all times double
the aasortneatof any bouse in
Ladies' Misses' & Children's Shoes & Slippers
Our stock li all made to order from the
beat nelrctf d material. We have no poor
unfit tint .roods. fnoM warranted the
lowest Id the city.
JOSKE BROTHERS Alamo St.
LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS bachelor and Benedicts
Fraternize at the Cotino In the Delight of
The In.uiruntl ball of tlio Ilach.lora and
Weld Inveslleallon It ordered In the ' P'P?!!5J' 'i! i'"!1"'.!.1;".1.1
Dallas pleuro-pncuuionla easel i airilr Manrf ttiorrlnclnal ladlctof theao.
Oatvetton had lire flro alnrms Jester- ciety werenment. attired In beautiful rot
day; none eerloilt. I drioale.4oclelr men. WhAo there wa a
The rul'slni; Denton county collector lara-e aitendancn the hall wa. not toocro'd-
retiirne to tquare up. i &m?itihWa. nutlet
Inr under direction of Messrs. Ulrlch Hal.
I lanco and llarlT. wan ilecttlecllr fro'ri. and tbe
tnii.lo furnished by the Ki.hth t'avelrr band
MARK-DOWN -CLOTHING - SALE!
Suits and Overcoats I
NEW GOODS 1 FINE STYLES!
Inquire for Prices!
Genuine Bargains 1
WOLFF & MARX
Cot . Commerce and Alamo Sts. San Antonio Tex.
H. D. Kampmann President - Otto Koohler Sec. and Manage
Celebrated Lager and Specially Brewed .
- SELECT" BOTTLED BEER-
GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PURE.
SAN ANTONIO - - TEXAS.
ALWAYS TO THE FRONT!
h. vehf soni
Gigantic Stock in all Departments
SPECIAL ATTENTION C A LLEIT0 THE GENTSIDIPARTMENT
Merchants advertise In various
frays ancb as "Selling Oat at
Cost'' "Damaged Goods" etc. try-
ing to gall the pqblio that thoy
possess peculiar advantages by
which they are enabled to sell
cheaper than their competitors at
the same time selling at a good
proUt. They perpetuate a fraud
an h generous publlo by oflVriuga
lower gtade of goods which are
palmed off as good uud sold as
Kach season it has been my
earnest endeavor to Improve the
quality aud make of goods and to
sell them at a reasonable profit
giving each customer his money's
worth in each purchase. In fol-
lowing out this course I have
been successful and am prond to
say my business has increased
each year aud is now
The Largest and Most Complete Establishment o
the Kind in the South.
"During Uit Seaion 1 will ofler extra Inducement! In all department!
N. W. Corner Main Plaza
San Antonio Texas
The bears made an awful racket In
aw York slocks yesterday.
Ialle. of Kentucky nominated eov
ernor of Montana.
Hwltterlantl electt a radical President
IS. uni preteni vice-prt'iidcnt.
Ilurl. of Indian Territory thot hit
brother-in-law Martin on Wednesday
and killed blm.
Two tutnecti arc walling Identlll-
cation at Montague; tuppuaed tu bo the
tiowie train roDDera.
II. M. Keriruton. traveling: laletman
for a Chicago saddlery hou'e ttilcldetl
lioaton electt O'Drlrn. democrat.
mayor! council ttamlt 82 republicans 37
deinooratt live independent.
New York hat a blind defaulter for
30000 who taw well enough to travel
too overianu ruuto to unnnua.
No additional Information received
oonoerning the burned tteamer. Loss ol
life variously estimated from 40 to CO.
In the oourt of appeals at Tyler the
motion for a rehearing of the Cook caae
vt. llexar county waa denied.
Senator Plttt does not flan the Inter
nals commerce bill. All the other con
The bill for the admission of Washing-
ton and Montana at stiles of the union
reported to the house.
Prince Ferdinand of Haxe.Coburi?
Ootha It a candidate for the llulgtrlaii
The none warm the Irish clerirr lo
keep within limits tu the anti-rent
No chance In the cholera tltuatlon In
South America; total of 47 new caset
nd 34 death! are reported
1 he railway machine shoDS at Long-
view damaged by Hre anil soinu uegru
colina burned; Iota $'.23000.
Corpua Chrlitl It moving for a deep
ater nlrr and brrakwaier at the eait
nd of Padre Inland. Coke and Sayert
ve the cure of matters before con-
Austin had a Mexican fraeaa In the
tmall hours of yesterday morning and
the police tiled up four victims badly
Conirresainan Held nf North Parnllna.
Is reported very crooked in his fluanclal
transactions and Is supposed to be In
The local land officers at San Francis.
'O Lot Angeles Santa K and Lit
Cruoet are ordered to open to aotual eet-
nen tneianiisorine Atiantiaantl Tact-
ile rallwar. forfeited bv act of conureat
of last July.
H. C. Rogers for manv veara denutv
internal revenue commissioner has been
alVed to resign by the president. Sole
cause assigned lie la a republican.
Powderlr ordcre all Knlehts of Labor
aatembllea to withdraw their delega-
tion! from the Federation of trades.
owing to tlio hostility of the latter
Greenville. Alabama noes wet. anil
the Kentucky temperance leoturert who
came down to take a band In the cam-
paign were mobbed.
careless negro threw a llehted
match Into an onen keur of Dnwrier at
Cold Sprlngi.S.O. and the pottmatter
won wat present went out tnrough the
roof and ollmbed the golden stain.
The senate ordered the Inter-state
commeroe bill printed refuses to make
open executive sessions calls for Infnr-
mantinn concerning tnc proposed bridge
from New Jersev to Htalen Island. The
bill prohibiting members of congreti
irom acting at attorneys or auoaiuized
railways wat ousted and tliscuaaed and
no action linen.
The turn of $147000 wasvnt.il h- ik.
house for lighthouse conatruetlon and
supply tteamer on the Atlantic
and Gulf coast. Galveston Bt. Panl.
MlnneaDOles. Kansas Cltv. Atl.nt. .nrf
Omaha were placed upon the list of
eitiea wnose national nanki mutt keep
on hand In actual money one-fourth
tueir circulation anu tiepotit.
The verdict in the Bennptt.FI.M 1lhl
suit. In which Field irot fan nm n Tn.
nun. nngianu lor auegeil liuvlnu! publl-
j.uum in i ue new inric Herald. hat
been reverted by the higher eourit on
the ground tbtt at Dennett wti nnt a
Drltlth tublect nor resident In Eng-
land the service of notice waa Illegal.
v...... vuii.ioiuii. nrni to pay me
iu.. nn. Kunuie .yuauoie.
The report of the house committee on
the obllgationtoftubildlied railway and
telegraph lines wat presented and the
conclusion wat that the obligation to
maintain mu leiegrapu line wat itteiltl-
cal with the railroad obligation and
oould not be dla-evered from It. andtli.t
no discriminations In fttvor of totue tu
the exclusive or restrictive use ol the
line bv others could be tolerat.il. ih
llnet bring publlo and tululdlzed for
publlo use. As to the reuieillel for In-
uivinuais ngaiust the lllegul acts of such
railway aim lelefrtn lines the
milieu are ol otilnlon It. hi wIiIIm Imii.
tlduala have their remedy In courts of
law It It tne duty of the government to
tee that the obligation! enttred Into by
iuo .uu.iuncu line are muy earn II out.
the report wai ordered printed and
nu lucuvuuieuu luruiscuesil
It li oolncided by all the ladles who
ever lavoren ua wnii avail that we curry
the llnest line of millinery goods In the
" u. u. rnaxx.
Mr. and Mrs. Cnaa. Wolf of I.avernla
have arrived at the Ht. Leonard hutel.
They are on their wedding trip having
been married at Segulu Tuesday nluht
Itev Dr. Thrall formerly of this city
etiolating. The bride wai lormeriy
Mill Molile xoung. or Seguln
Training a aueet.
Hotel Walter 1'se been waltla' on
you most a week tan an' you haven
made me smile all over by orTerln' m
a up yet tan.
Guest-Tip eh I X think when
waiter wants extra pay he might ask
for it like a man. You did not ask for
"By the way these buckwheat caket
are at cold at a ttone. I half believo
they were baked yesterday"
"Did you want not caket tab?"
"You did not ask for hot onet ash."
llowljr proceeded to the Catbollo eemeler
delicious k.ndwlchet end cntteo aud tea were
aem-d. and all sw med wed pleated with the
it IhM I..I1.
MlMr.Uora Ofilcn. fannl SlmpMn lltok-
mnn Htanche Ktrer iiaruoa. Alma tig-ac
i;ila Tomn c.miio iiowara ir
Alililo Howard Hurtle Jnnet Annie
bur Kadle McCarthjr. llainblton. tllmpson
Carr HIckinHn. ehrlt. French tlrren. Cun-
nliirhiim r'raicr llennett Urlee and Mat-
laik. Only a Dad Doy'a Acoident.
t. Wolf tbo dyer whoao store was recently
destroyed bv nre has dltcnvered that tbo said
tiro waa not tbo work nf an Incendiary as at
Urat MimKwd but that of a 'ba hoy." It
s that the little fellow was playlna '
Homo rubbish at
How Carver la.
Hud Carver wounded by Davis Tuesday
nlfiht Is res'lnsr ea.lly today.
The attempt has been made to Justify Davit'
deed but It la Kenersl y condemned by fair
nil. In hi death
t In. ill u auch on the . A II. 1'. II.
Tom. Slnnott as he was f tmllltrly called
one of the moat eiemolarr men to bo
strictly temperate habtttL honest. Industrious
!. Tils brother. Mr. Owen Slnnntt. tnd
sister. Mrs. ItasaetU bare our lytnpathy In
The toMnwIna irentlemen acted as pall-bear-
on ine ouoaaioni Messrs. rrana iiiona.
nrr Olena. Fred Mnckart. Blmoa Feat. J.
Mr. J. Sbcaruwaathe undertaker who bad
cbarst) of the funeral and deaervct much
credit for the promptness and rerulartty In
which everything was rarrled out.
Oyer the New Route.
Mr. J. B. Mueirae and ftmlly.whn hare been
lendln. a v.k at l?nem. bar. rvturnn.
hey went and returned by the new Aranaat
quickly. Mr. Murmre aayt they left
as t'asa at Kenncdr Junoilnn. then
rorktown over tho tiuon ttD. and
rrom Yorktown took the back to Cuero. The
Tho road will be finished by tomorrow to
inrlesia. and then tbo tracklayers will to
back to Yorktown and finish laving-tho traok
to the (lutdaluie river and while the brldve
over tbls river Is being finished the track
Judd for Alderman.
lucetneut of Mr. H. K. Judd as I
candidate for nldenuau at lara-e. tDLicars ll
tboLiaiiT. Mr. Judd It a partner lu the Urin
respect eu in tue o.ty.
r elected make a truod akin:
moinicretia or tee city i
ikrcllouea or oartlea 'lbs
i he is and the tort of man the olty r
i. a d Carver'a friends sa.
shall find a bill lor murder lu
simply ait mpt to
Election of Offlcera.
Tbo followlna elation of orflceit. nf Alan
de. No. tOO Kntgbt. andLaditl of Hone
Fmtei lor a. Morris.
haul. In Mia F. tt.ra.
state la aooil for stockmen the trass belna
dried on the around and belna at rood tt bay
ror stock and shci-p. I he fartni-ra. however
do not dke It. fur It holds baoa their cropa and
thechancea 'or r'ln are rrowlni' beautifully
less as the season tdvancrt.
Committees Irom n eoomp.nlet Sot. 1 and
rlta -ichr.-lner aa halrman and Wm. Won
bach secretary and decided tn celebrate New
Mra lloaaclc'a Death.
The Lioiir re n rets to announeo tbe death of
.. A II. lluaa.a. witu
hlch baa at tenirth ended
Mra. llosaok leaves a buabaild and
i uer lots.
ii pi Ion
freoforusaKe to our clllzons. Tbe track baa
been put In condition for nnodrlvlna. and will
i qoudi do apprecittiu oy tnoae navinirtrvou
lr. MoMurraylalncharffo of tbo irato and
l Weduoadava and Saturuais be will expect
loo ot tell cents lor openloa and closinir
No races are allowed except by special per-
Aa It la Arranged.
That del irhtrul romania tbo Earle Klnir will
bo produced at tbe coming tfaengurtest and
tbo prluclpal parts will be sustained by local
Inilbs andvuullouien who havo woo dlstloo
tlonby thelrtlnociilturvd voices itlts Home
Jones win taso tbe soprano aod ber deUaht-
xui voice win ue neara to advantage in tne
part assslirned to ber. Miss Marie Laooste
111 slnalbe tenor uiuslc.
ot the Earle King will doubtless bo
Tbe Kinross Inwrltlntr no the Ilacbelor and
"Any well reaulated newsoancr will dls-
chariro a rooorier for ustnir tho terms "elite"
rtcklessly mada that tbe elite were there and
ttml too analr went on with ec adt."
1 hat aeuteueu la an awkward ono. Tho Ex.
press oitlms to bo "a well reauiatcd newspa
Pbyaklaus aru furnished with blank death
rlltloatos on aoulloullon to tho inaror'a
olllco or tu tbe olty phslcianand there Is no
need ot any or them wiitiiif out th.irdealb
ncates on pieooa oi om wrapping p.poi
luaoors. or preaorlntlou blanks tribe
persist in doing- Ibis then write tt out In full
inat tho city physician's clerk can koep acloar
Old Mr. Krauae Is yet very 111 at his resl
itrapb.a to oome to nun. .
llnir It waa n-norted he wa
tbe flair at tiio eiitflue house of fire compeuy
. A. Uenton addition south tide Orand
L. Kraft addltlou south side Iowa street
ieveuih ward 0.
Mrs. C. M liavldaon. dwelling- east side May-
C. Uodriauez.lrult siaud north tide West
Comtneice strtet. Third ward. tAii.
li. Fraocesco da-vliloa south side Durango
sti-eet beooud ward. Sluo.
O. Queseppa dwellliig- south tldo Durango
!. Guifllelum dwelling south side Durangi
Last night at a oitlzcn waa walking near
a noeullur subatance. Stooolno- down.
Iztiu found tbo uppor balf of a let ot falie
iiciQ. in uiraeuiu-nii were capacious Mi
lome wrroof tlio oiilotontbattolthor Alderm
Mackey or John Coju-iand liad lot them but
ultimately It waa Ouoldt-d tbat tbe teet b mult
belonirtu aotne local orator. or tome uhronia
poililoiau who waa a veritable Jawaulth. Auy
tret It by cull in ir at tbla
oUlueand paying tho cost of tbla ad vert lie
Tbe Hop Postponed.
The ElDreM advertised thla morn Id that
co.tumu party will bo given at tho Uolknap
rninrr on Vrldav aveolnar nmtt tnthit navrtlm.
pant of tbe late bazaar. We have bean asked
to stale that said party ti postponed till an
early date atter Xrnas. Due notloe will be
given oi me oven. ioroun our ooiumns.
Mlis Maputo Landerdale. a alstarof Ura.
A. Young- waa married last nUhtat 7 o'clock.
Sl. Wllonr.ot Fort Worth. Her.
of the Paine Methodist church performing
tho ceremony In tbe presence of a few of the
The happy pair leave fo
future home to-morrow
LAID TO RBST.
The Funeral of Thomas Blnnot
Ladies' Cloaks. Clothing.
ULadiea't-loaks. all kinds 14 M V.n'tSolttonlyleftfor...;:..
M Ladiot' boioiana. new styles T to Hoyt' 8nlttvery Teryeheap oaly.... JM
ioOWrtpt different klndt. ali new FlnaO.ntt Com m.r. Pultt. only taa
style at 00 to f li 00 Spl.ndld Man'l ur.rooata only t W
Misses' Cloaks. Shoes.
Very Stylish Onet 1 to Mlsssa' Hood Quality Button Boots... I J
Children's Cloaks It! LadlM' B.al ll.nd-B.wed Button M
Ingrain Carrels new line me a ytrd 1M While Wnol.n Bltnkeu 14 JJ
Hiiperl'arpett. bright patt.rns..M. a ard il-4 fjn. duality nlank.ta J jg
All Wool super Ultra:. 7to.ayard 14 Fin. California Blanket!...... If)
llrusaala Carpata only Ho. a yard guilts f roaa St W to f ft
Dry Goods. Underwear.
At lOo per i ard Worth Sfto. Ladles' Knit Vete Ms.
For tna. rer rard. Handsome.... Worm 60e. rhlldren'a Knit VeU ta.
For TSo.rer yard All-Wool Uoods Oent Knit Bhlrti ..loe.
sold everywhere at. 9 00 UenU' Faooy tfulta 11 tt
joint ball and supper at
o li. mcu riny ageu.fuyeaasirrei
iddvnt second ward. ti. W McAllister
Het. 1!V Sidney Newltt aged 6 weeks.
Deo. IS Thus. 81 n not. aired 22 veara. relanto
Bur lea thV Robber.
It bas been ascertained who ribbed Dullntga
Lfe. Tbe man made a confession of it last
In-lit at the Fashion theatre. Ilurke. tha
comedUn pulled out a mil of urtwnbacks. In
re cosy for th
ben Runs; frco of charge by Messrs Bcharfer
appearance of the mom
baa been exehanaed for
belnir more suitable for tbo blblo meetings.
ana oincr improvements arc contempiaieu.
Ills Clio's ticket offleo was large and encourajr-
i plenty of good seats left but tbo Liaitr
uld recommend that those who desire
seats should make early application to avoid
disappointment aa tickets are meeting with a
What They are Doing.
Tbe street commissioner's men are cleaning
and repairing avenue C tbe carta are gravel
Mad Dog 8uar.
Considerable excitement waa created around
juaae waeiaere oy me uangerous antic or a
rnsu nog ana people gave u plenty oi room.
Offlcer 11 asser waa aent for. and watching his
opportunity no sen. a wen aimea ouuei av ino
diMi-'B head kltllnirlt lnatantlr. It is said tbat
the dog's madness waa Induced by the killing
by the county clerk sine last report l
W. W.leele and Emily P. Dubac'h.
Henry Bchubacb and Louisa Scholz.
. DlToroed and Married.
Lou Karl or Bohultx. was arrantad a dlcorea
by Judge Noouan )csterday morning from
meny a oaoa anrtr woo bioio
clothes from a nroatltute who
lived at Mra. Gordon's bawdy bouse west of
the penitentiary fortheihfu At nfght shi
colors which ar be) no- sold s
?ft cents oer i ard. Ladles will bear In mtud
tbat these gooua are sold everywhere at ll 7ft)
one dollar and sevent) flvu cents. Come quick
see ana supply jour wania.
BoDTRcan Hot ec Frank Deeker. El Pao.
Tut; J a Wl liamsoD Kansas Cttyi J V
uyroe wasn'Dgto . reiasij Li raraer Ala-
bama; Mra D Au Joni-a an aaugbter. Call-
rornlat Mra S M Uiou. Fort vVonh: DO Par
i)rpiit ucri'ii; itoo uenaing mi eit; it
Marshall. J K I Honker. A li Miller. Austl
Mr and Mra It & Steel and daughter. Hot
prlnjrs Mlsst W U Starr. Detroit; T J Oarvey
nd inn. Ulohmond.Taias: K.1 Suhultia. Am.
tint AUoraun Maaont DMcDaugall Bander
Mknokr Hotkl John Parsons. Fort Worlhi
EW WarQeld Frank U Case tha E L-wlis
and wife. St. Louis t George Knooke New
iirauneisi u w waiaer Missouri t acino ran
wai x W M Tripp Ban Francisco J W Glbbi
KaizlaPassi Mr and Mra J II Blwood. Mrs Hen
A u iiernaimn rew iora wiy i damea -j uomp
mai.i John Hancock. Austin: U W Sl't-er-T
cltyt J A Nangle wife and child 1'ledraa
negraai j v nuuu uTaiui o r iiuxara
ranoni iiuiaruy iieimo.
Tha Real Oauaa of It.
Tueidar nf sbt. M r. Carver sava that Darla
1a.tntfd thuslvi Davis waa lealmia of Hud
ttrver and his (Davis) wile booauiie bofore
he (Davis.) married her she waa
tbe divorced wife of John Mo Ken tie.
tin ine aivorce inai invia noard
evldenoe lmnltoatlng Uud Carver and
Mra. MoKenzle In an ugly manner and after
bearing this and marrying her be forbid her
speaking to Carver. This order she and Carver
compiled with and quit speaking to each
other or even seeing each other. Darla there
fore naa no grouoa. except a norma jeai
HtV brother and friends also at-te tht
for Uud Carver having another woman In the
cuy on wnom no taviDa aiiention tnty
Zitx Saturday night at tbe Revolving Light
muwb. -w uu mi luraaraww om nuaeu.
Kreryooay mnvea to see tne mn.
THIS CHANCE 1
heard of Prices in Dry Goods We are Determined to like Otr
Prices So Low Tbat Everybody Can Boy.
-BE SURE TO CALL AT-
' hi IM Ml II kvl B.
212 and 21 COMMERCE STREET.
And look at our Immense Bargains before you buy.
500 5-pound pails Mince Meat.
500 5-pound pails Preserves and Jellies.
1000 pounds Fancy Candy at 15c a lb.
100 I -4 pound boxes Raisins.
Evaporated Apricots Peaches Plums.
Dried Cherries and Blackberries.
California White Figs and Nuts of all kinds.
Large assortment of Fireworks.
In Fact We can Fill Yonr Bill for tha Holidays at ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.
Corner Military Plaza and Trevmo Street.
L . li1
Nothing li more) approprlata or mora highly appnclattd for
Holiday FreMota than article! or Jawtlry. Von will find at my
atom an endlett rarlety of rich jaweli ranting la prloe! to talt
all. If buyen wilt ealt at my ttors and Ulsarely inrr.y th
grand display of Diamond! Jewelry aod Sllrersrara.they will tM
for themseltei tbat It la mueb bcttcrto purohate of oar flM trtt-
elau goods at the remarkably low price! we will aik for tbea
than It li to buy from thoee who offer goodi bought In Joo lot
from eastern auotlon bouaea. Buyer! of luch article And oat
when It I too late that they hare been aold and that they hare
paid a high prloa for Inferior and undesirable good.
NorthtSid Main Plaza.
GRAND OPENING OF HOLIDAY GOODS.
Wholesale and Retail De liars and Importer ol Winn and Brtm Sine
Liquors and Cigari.
Nos. 19 and 21 West Commerce Street.
W. wish to Inform the publlo that w. art now f ullr prepared to supply the trad with ererr
thin m tbe line of lmportl and Domettlo Wlaes. firandlet Gtat. "ouort and Oiari our
Mr. wahlttab belnc East and bavin; purchased tbeobolsott ttooaot itoodt eTtrbroucbt to
"ToVn0enfamllr trade we would tar. that our iloUdar Oooda oannot b. eieelltdl tthtrla
qualltr or prloea. and families wlsblnt- to tupplj themtelret wlU tar. money by oaMnc on oa.
All orders by mall or otherwise will be promptly attended to.
RIVERSIDE - GAFE - RESTAURANT.
SSIMMANQ fr HAJatPKU Proprietor. j
Lunch and Meals I Oyster MshjSaie
At ALL HUDB8
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