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l $g da the egge for Christmas.
Sg otit the old year, zjng in the new.
'V days aregetting longer. Bad you
ti .alit1 ~
. , be careful with the shot gun
..J. D. Smith, of Liberty, had a nn.
.t #e last week,
+h pork sold on the street last week
r ;.ven cents per pound.
I ': merry wedding bells will begin to
ci early in the new year.
U c Q wish to know the oounty news
a - sfor the SZNrnnL.
week will decide who is to be
It the Eighth Circuit.
i i Dora Young, of Elberton, Ga.,
friends in Pickens.
~nNTINEL will not come to see you
as . week. The boys want holiday
Slow in the winter foreshadow
* in the summer. Let us smile.
i:, embers of the Leginklrture will
t for dinner on the 25th instant.
lications for the 15th instant,
in saying that it would be a
derson Roper ezpets soon to
4 ..rkansaw, or some of the West
iwly elected officers will take
V their respective offices about
tto for the new year is, "ener
:; try, and economy." Ho who
hat will win.
)o for the C? NTINEL. Will
. 'er the let of January the most
of the laws.
\t. Crenshaw is assured of 'a
- istmas. He has named his
Robinson has lost his sight.
?oyipathy of many friends
rget the oyster supper at the
. '' all next Monday evening.
. aoie's will be served.
a three year-old son of Dr.
- .ll in the fire last Thursday
; right hand severely burned.
ens on the crops of 1887, have
* n filed. The parties must
afraid the law would be re
"r the Tournament at Liberty
as (lay, and be sure to sam
nr served for th. benefit of
- two porfect for a change, is
- nous fort fi.. S7, thought
:ur, and it hit the General
1 1 -lherr.nig pnipile of the
u:.4iIiute left for th"ir respec
* lt Friday to make much of
-e k's holiday.
Hef.llster, of Central. w'ii
- sont comm.odi
bale seems to
p,astimie in this
* ny of our exchanges tell of
Lock your cotton up.
* . Ambler killed six hog. on
ist. The largest one weighed
a, and the smnallent 230. Some
o killed one we4ghing 592.
mtlemen, a faiher and his two
ing near Amiericus, Ga., were
~arried to three sisters, each
iaving boon performed bly the
2 . Lawrence says he is satisfied
Su(licious use of acid and
3k ' farmer eCn t ake more money
an tha,~ by m4ing guano. Ho
e 1 experiment now two years.
* . Earle has Peorko-serew that
ied for 31 years. It has drawn
hr from over 500 bottles of
dew" for the relief of wound
.n the battle-field. Can you
A *~ or a relic?
nLr Mr. A. R. Lesley will make
so miles bc ow K a'lv. The'
a. . mn, he has 'Iie idenitified
k' ns society long enough to be
;sod. Ho carries with him the
4. . .a of many friends for succes
mains H. Smith has discovered
V a some very generous neigh
.y have volunteered to assist
h... hering his corn, but he de
tW 'heir working at night and
to'1 corn in tlie field, as they
h N ~.t last week.
* , Trial Justices, Netaries
rIg gentlemen and ladies, at
'0 1.11 to Rend tihe SENTINET%
* 44~ every3 marriage that takes
fthe fortunate or unfortu
being a a resident of Pick
* . We want a whole column
* of poetry for the first issue
to first great dluty of a mar
s to subsceribe for the SNm
our, sub)scribr. av. be
-R om. We are sure that each
'1' ... paper leaves this offRoe in'
, and we feel sure that non e
.4 4W1.*tally mnislaidl, and rather
1.4a'. go wrong after their final de
.postmators. It is to the
'ery body that such muistakes
*erefully guarded against.
great wrong to any of the
' th - Id not help cuse them-...the
It caded on the crowing of the cock.
Soule say, that e er'gainst that season
Wherein our Saviour's birth is cele
This bird of dawning singeth all night
But then they say, no spirit dares stir
The nights are wholesome, then no plau
8o hallowed and sogracious Is the tlii.
Of course you have your tax receipt.
For Beautiful Books and Handsome
Toys go to J. B. Newbery.
Bead the assesment notioe and mot
the auditor at his appointments.
Valuable lands to be sold sale day in
January. Read the advertisements,
Go to W. D. Glenn and get a bargnin
that will make you feel good all Christ
The Sisterhood of Pendleton have sent
a bag of useful articles to the "House of
Best," Qaarheston, S. C., for Christias.
The Exeoutive Board of the Twelve
Mile Association arerequested to meot on
the 27th of this month at Piokens C. H.
H. J. ANTHONY, chr'm.
The ladies of St. Paul's (Episcopal)
Sunday School, Pendleton, will have a
Christmas Tree, for the scholars on the
afternoon of the 24th instant.
Mr. J. A. MoWhorter will teach school
at Flat Rook in 1887. We congratulate
that community upon its securing one so
well qualified to teach the young idea
how to shoot.
There will he a doll 2 feet S inches in
heighth, raffled at Mr. J. D. Smith's
store, Pendleton, S. C., as soon as the
list is filled out. Call and take a chance
only 25 cents,
Mr. Quillian Moore died on the 9th
inst at the advancod age of 83 years. He
lived a most happy pioneer life in the
rnountains, "Far from the madening
srowds ignoble strife."
The Concert at Easley last Monrday
afght was well attended and was a great
success. The acting was perfectly
plendid, and was much enjoyed by the
The Messenger says some of the citi
:ens of Easley have petitioned the Leg
slature to repeal the act making that a
lry town. We suppose the petition is
nly a jc be '.r Christmas.
The Home Journal, Buffalo, N. Y.,
will be given to e"ery new cash subi r
)er to the SINTINEL who scuds in his
Iame in the next 80 days. The Journ..l
itself is well worth the noiey.
It is worth a great deal to a merchant
0o be located near the tax office. As
lull as the fall has been the PickeuI
:nerchants for fhe last two weeks enjoyed
lhe luxury of a brisk cash trade.
The Bairnwell People nominates Hon.
Thomas W. Woodward of Fairfiel-l for
Glovernor nort time, and adds: "Tha
wner of 'Rock City,' a railroad' and
seventeen dogs can get our vote every
There will be serviei at St. Paul's
3hurch, Pendleton, Christmas nay, at
11.30 a. mn. The church will he dec*ora -
bed, as is the custom. There will also,
be service the Sunday after at the usual
Any one sending us two new subscri
bers accompanied by the cauhi, will be
entitled to one copy of the Nursery and
Orchard, the best book that has ever
beeen written on the subject, and well
worth three dollars.
We are informed that the package of
BENTINELs for Danville post-officee, are
generally a week behind. We will tliank
any of our subscribers at that place to
report the delay to the Danville pont
master, who will straighten the matter out.
It is said of one of our most prom is
ing young men, thait he undertook to
pass from Easley to Greenville recently
on the front end of the mail car. Being
discovered by the firenu.n he was re
qiuir'ed to sshovel coal,, or dismount. lHe
Two canses have contributed much to
the neecessity for our County Commis
sioners having to request a levy of two
mills for past indebtedness. The bridge
account is much heavier than usual, and
the court expenses have run beyond the
From what we hear among the neigh
bors there must bo more fresh meat in
the oount:y than is usual in the fall. Mr.
James F. Hendricks lias killed eight
hogs, from two of which lhe took 3f00
pounds of lard. He has eight flue ones
to slangther later in the season.
Married, at the residence of Mr. Elias
D)ay, brother-in-law of the brido, at Eas
iey, S. C., on Wednesday, 15th instant,
b)y thme Rev. J. 0. D)avis, Robert Platt,
of Atlanta, Ga., and Mists Sallie Roilt.
The happy couple left for Atlanta, with
manny conigratulationu fronm their numter
(OnEENvILLrE, December 23thi.--Mis
L. M. Young died in Piekens County on
Sunday. She was a sister-in-law of B.
F. Perry, Jr., andl aister of W. T. Young,
of Columbia. She was buried this after
neon near this city in the family buiry
CHEIsirEAs TREE.-There will be a
Christmas Tfree in the Hall of the Pied
mont Institute next Friday evening. It
is to be emphatically a holiday enterprise
to furnish amusement, entertainmient
and fun 'or big, little, old and young.
Every body take stock and let tus all have
a general good time. A veritable Santa
Claus will pass aroiund th. gifts and a
merry good eeot.
Speeli Local Notices.
Mr. J. Sobrader, No. 11 German St.,
Baltimore, Md., "believes in Salvation
Oil for rheumatism."
"Buck" Lead, 7} oents a pound.
The frequent and painful disease,
rheumatism, can be permanently oured
by Salvation Oil.
ii 'ont of sorts' with headnehe, stomach)
disorder, torpid liver, pain in back or side, con
tl stton, 'te. nelect m; 1 e intal. O)ne dose
of loaur's a6aative 1ill. will give relief.
A lw does restore to new tealti and vigor.
Often the fondest mother's oare is no
protection agaltst coughs, colds, and
boarseness. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
should be kept in readiness. 25 cents.
Strictly Pure White Lead, 8 cents per
pound. SLOAN BROS.
Thirty-three years have passed since
the introduction of Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup, and it still stands unrivaled.
(et the genuine. Prioe 25 cents.
Webster says the word pure means
free from all mixture, but mauufaeturers
of White Lead oontradiot .Webster. By
a perversion of the English language
pure lead mea: adulteratel lead, and
manufacturers of goods free from adul
teration brand their goods strictly pure,
to distinguish them from the so-called
pure goodu. The pure (?) containo usu
ally White Zinc and Sulphate of Borium.
The former makes a pretty white color
but has no 'body,'' and ensequently is
not an economical paint. The latter is
a hoavy white mineral dug out of the
ground and costing very little. It is
addaed simply as an adulterant. \We
have lately tested ehenucally one of
these leads sold in the nimarket, and have
found it to contain a large per cent. of
horium. Amy body can test the purity
of white lead as fo lowu: Take a piece
of close grained charcoal in'which scoop
ont a :+mall cavity, in the cavity l lace a
sanple of the lead, then put in to a black
smith forge and iwe the bellow:c. In a
few minute - if the article i-, strictly pure
it will be reduce d to a mail globule of
pure metalic id, which will soon ho
conme coated with a yellow or red pow
ier if the blast is continued. If the ar
ticle i'3 adulterated it will not bo melted
dlown to a metalie state. We are oom
pollcd by competition to keep a small
riuantity of tho.ve adulterat'd goods, but
wO never I((commnnd them. While they
usually sell at n lower prie you will by
arefel c.)!parintg with strictly pure lead
lad that tho superior body of the latter
will wo'-e than e11+et the dit2(ronce in
)riOC, 'We of'er otrietly pure lead a'
.50 per hunmdred jouimd. Bu.k leal
7. 5) per hu;ib'ed pounds. WYe keep
unly :uail quantities of the latter.
por1 Nand . ., - 4 pmi rme say- in
a hat, the~n tichi one (h Ua' out. Then
take 1.5 or 3(0 miuutes as inay Ii
agre~ed up<mn, to answer the que--.tionz
in r'hyme, gr'inKi ng in the wor d on
slip !asit, thien~iI i-pf,
Thus Il:-"Wh V ,iebi iou like becst bis
toH or rol? M Ie." Answered( ina
this or anmy oil wr way.
'The Vtl's I like the host,
V he n .L'm iienin ig seh col.0;
Vut leadten 1biscuiits I pre'fer,
Wh'len angeredi by a mu tle.
purity, streng?th and( who'les''meur:w. More
Ueical('4 t han the enliia:ry, kinds, aind
('annoht he sold in ((lutpelt iio withI thle
or1 p(hisphi.t4' pow' il'ers. 84old only i4 (a''s.
ltovAL luKINO Powi-icu Ci, , 10,, Wall
l 'P Af'lms (O1 hAN) D. tn 1 r fru
I Picken I 'l4 . I1. A tw bo I.rs' er ii
ot' hupr"ve< lc a . A\r Ioo Im )llieg
.1\MLS L 'l IW'>.ilAW,
dcc 116 1v' P'4;NItK ro S. C.
STlATlE O1 SOUTTil (CAlCOL
h.' NA,(' C(IT 'Y O1' l'lK'i( l'iM y
J. 11*'. N 1r. Ea., Pbt li' d udge
shuit toi me, t' grunt. him G(t P1rsof Aiini.
ish' all an4(' 'in:4n1tr th.e hinireud 'nd( (rP(I
itor's oft the dIir 1'> K. llions?
dece 44,tha the he arnd' appe .i r, be inre
me,t' in te (ool of Pr 1ba , to) be he-hi at.
he-reof, at 11 '' Iock in t ( 'in ine, to
said adnini-t ratlen NIhouIllt 14' he lau.ted.
Given underi lay hand :uud seal, this Vit
Ida ( of D'cembiler, Ann De11 m' ni, 1886t.
seo 23 1t8862
PIog.Ns C. H., S. C., Nov. 24, 1886.
HE Auditor's Offloe will be opened on
and from the let day of January
1887 until and including the 20th day of
Febuary 1887, to recieve returns of Real
and Personal property for Taxation in
Piekons County for tue year 1887, and
for the convenienee of taxpayers the Aud
itor or lis Deputies will boat each of the
Precincts named below on days specifild
to reoieve Returns for the said year, via.
At Central, Tuesday and Vednosday,
4th and 5th January.
At Liberty, Thursday and Friday. 6th
and 7th January.
At Easley, Monday and Tuesday, 9th
and 10th January.
At Cross Plains, Wednesday, 11th
At Dacusville, Thursday, 12th Janu
At Foster's Store, Friday, 18th Janu
At Pumpkintown, Tuesday, 17th Jan
At Aikens' Store, Wednesday, 18th
At Nine Times, Thursday, 19th January
At Hurricane, Friday, 20th January.
At Six Mile School House, Tuesday,
At Pickons C. H., the balanoe of the
Taxpayers will avail themselves of the
ample time given to make Returns and I
hope each will make his or her Return in
person of number of acres of Land,
Buildings, Lots and Personal Proberty
in each Township, and no oonplaint
will then be necessary.
Every male citizen between the ages of
21 and 60 years on the 1st of Januay
1887, except those incapable of making
IL support shall be deemed taxable polls.
After the 20th of February all Returns
will be put in additional list with the 50
per cent penalty added thereto, unless
prevented by sickness or a absence from
the Count; at the time of Listing.
J. B. CLYDE,
nov. 25, 1886. 9 tf.
experience fn the
Thonsand anpticationa for patenta is
the United !tatea and Foreign coon
tries. the publishers of the Silentifi
American continue to act as solicitore
for patents, caveats, trade-merks, copy
rights. etc., for the United Statee, and
to obtain patents in Oanada, England. Frasce.
Germany, and all other countries Their experi
snoe is unequaled and their facilities are unse,.
Drawings and speciflcations prepared and fled
In the Patent Ofice on short notice. Terms very
reasonable. No charge for examination of models
or drawings Advice by mail free.
Patmntaobtainedthrou h MunndOo.arenotioed
Inthe SCIRNTIFIC A RICAN which has
the largest circulation and is the mot 'influential
ewsp per of its kind published in the world.
The advantages of such a notice every pateato
This large and sptenlidly illustrated newspaper
is published WItEE It at $3.00 a year, and Is
admitted t<. b the best paper devoted to soience,
mechanics. inventions, engineering works, and
other departments of industrial progress, pub
lished in any country. It contains the names of
all patentees and titlo of every invention patented
each week. Try it four months for one aollaa.
Sold by all newedealers.
If you have an invention to patent writ. io
$un Co.. b her. of Soientifi Amneiesa
Xasdbook si,opt patoe nsiled trea
lar k & Wilcox
the best work of any
in ini South Carolina on
And use the lies maltei
a! of any firm South of
MaMoi1 Rldht Dickson's li ne,
We have the evidieice to
prove ikis fr'0m the Quaiv
Agelnto Chamnpion Iron Fel ceC Ct..
Oreenxville, psi. (..:
dec 18, 84 1 1
l' H ESEI I'RICES A RE F't R -V IIOLIi:SA Li:
Stranided A.............. 6
E'xtra 4hite a...........6
(At ldeni a................5
E. OFFI E--JayVa, old (o-Vernimed. . .
Laguayra................. ai s
lCio, choice...............1 I,
(bid.................. 13 @tJ0
Fatir.... ...-.-.... .........101@410
Ordinary.... .... ......... 9 420
Mo.Ass.m-- (hedden Syrupl. .. . .....25
Mustet t ado in hihds. .... 3
M tuscovadlo in bibIa. g3
S. HI........ ........... 00
4ub in01j bIs.......... ......33
New Orleans, niew crop). . . J0
New Orleants, primie... 4
New 'rleans,. fir ...
New O rlemans', common111.. . 21
BAIOos -- learlIt. Sideis, dry sal .. .. 6
1 lams, D avis' d iamiond.l. I124
lireak fast lineon............
LAinn- -( ho ice kettleIt, t ierees .
4 hoice ketlt'e tbs...7
hoice kttt'le bcketa...
GRAIN--- ('rn, fromistores0.. .... 70
Corn from wagons....... .62
Oats, Mel .>1...........,...50
( at s, Texas llust Proof.
Georgia (Iraziing. .. .. .. ....50
F"r.- White 'loud, per bbl.. 7 (0
Kidder's Best........ .... 65
D)o tI choiice.......t 500
O F (lra:it, graiiulated . .6 00
1Pearl I r Its petr bbl. .... ..3 76
Oat M eal................. 655
BIc It-R' Iiir' nlew....-. .. ......5
TOIiAtet CH R wi - NG i'alhoil . . . .*1 25
8ullivani's list. .. .. .. .. ...1 00
Freando ti'sy.... ....... 70
O ld I )'inion.............. 3.0
- Mruta W ashingtonil . 45
Belle l1oydI. ... .. .. .. .. . . .4
Old Bol.. .. .. .. .. .. . . . . ...4
To'inA(co SiohINl- - l"ah IC en. .. $2 S0
Lo,e .Jl. ...'. .. . . 1 55
Black'swell'sI Duarham 1 lb. . 5
'-" lb . 5
P1ride of Durham..... .... 4
Prhn n. ..............
lldlf bbil Noi 3 ........
Quarteir I hi No S..
20 lbs Kita No 3........ ..I i
15ilbs Kits No 3...........g
1(,lhn ICtIs No 8.... .... 7
- E .ROM
1 8 8t 8.
It's a hard matter to please everybody
and equally as hard to fix up an "ad" to
suit everyone, but this Almanao tries its
very level best to suit all fair minded
people, and in addition to my General
Stock, will opeu out a nioe lot of
Toys and Christmas Goods
They are both useful and ornamental.
Don't wait until the last day, but come
early, so as to avoid the usual rush and
Bring along the little bo"a,
And let them see the funay'toys.
Give the big boys a chanoe too.
Hero's Powder, Load, Caps and Shot,
Bring in game nnd put on the pot.
And don't forgot your good wife and
girls-hero's a thousand and one things
they will need and must havo--and dont
neglect the littlo. folks, fill their little
stookings (and my cash drawer) full, and
fix yourself up for cold weather with a
good Overcoat and Boots.
Try my Cheese and Coffee. Try my
Flour and Syrup. Try my Spicoe and
Thanks to all for liberal trade and
Dont wait to be told, but come !when
in neeri of anything and for it.
Parties who find it impossible to set
tie up in full will pleaso pay what they
can and close up the balanoe by note
this month. Don't wait five or six years
(like one of your neighbors did) and then
get mad about it-for that makes inc sor
ter mad, and Mike says that's the awful
eat sight he ever saw.
This Almanac 'winhee you a miery
Chrisimuus and a prosporous New Year.
D)EALERIS IN ALL KINDS
BOOTS AND SHOES!!
Owing to our inc'eaud sales this
seasHon, we haive been obliged to) add
several new salesmen, and doule
Our facilities are such that we are
pr1epared( to Hell you.
cheanper than ever before.
Iar REM' iER we do not try
to sell you a $10) suit for $20. We
onily chairge you what our goods are
w orth, and& setlie(veryb)ody at the same
>F. W. 102 e o.
n.--manIU. c n4
DRY GOODM I
WE HAVE MARKED DOW:
We G uarantee Prices as Li
found in t
MAIN STREET, aii
O ver fon Thouesnd Trial
A7Packaiee mailed to pn
~.'~SL5J5la.of whom tookln full troat
*snt"nd woro restorod to health by use of
PRO'- SEMIHAL PASTILLES.
ad ca Care forNervousDebility,Orgauto
esknessnndPhialocy tn YoungorM~ id
die Aged Men. Tested for sight Yeat1s in many
thoo.an4ease. they absulatoly restoe premnturmly
*Red an broken down men to the fuII en;oyrnnt o!
perfeot and full Manly Strength and Vigorous Henlth.
To those who auter from the many oheoure . isenaae
onght about by Indi.oretion, Epoaure, Over-Drain
Work. or too free ludulgouce, we ask that you eend us
qqaaf tn gm with statement of your troul,le, and +ocnre
LP(EO ItFR,w1th I llust'd PeahiatI I..
RUPTURED PERSONS o.n httve FREE
Ichmuon d & Danw'III. 1 It
PIE)MONT AIR LINE ROUTE.
November 1$th, I SS6.
Traini, rum by 75th .1eridian tiie. One
hour faster thii 90th Merid ian tine.
Not 51 No 53
Leav Alanta".1...... ...t2 r pm't 8 40 am
Arrive Ginesi'iville.. 4 414 pm 10t. 42 atu
LulaJ....... ...... 507 prm i45105a
Senerat~. .. .I... 7 1: j pm I 140 pmii
Ealey . ... .. .. .. .|. 8 25 pmi 2 10) pm
Greenville.. .. . . . .8 50 p~m 2 312 pm
SpartanIburg. .1..10 o0 jpu1 3 418 pmn
Gaffney.. .. .. .... 10) 54) 1.m1 4 80 pm1
(Gaston~a. .. .. .. . .12 02 ain 5 41i pm
I harlotite.... .... ..12 r55 am 6 25 pm11
Salisbury ...... ....2 30 amn 8 01 pmll
G4reensbonro.. .. . . .. 12 pml 0 47 pmlI
li: eigh.... .. .. . . . . 8: pm 50) aln1
Gosldsbolr.. .. .1 40 pmi 11 20 ain
Danvill.. . .... .. .. ( 00 am 11 30pmh
1,vnehbiurIg . . . .|N5 amlI 2 05 ami
CIlarilottevlle......: 3' juu05 am :10 ami
ititmolr...... .. ....4 4N pmi 10) 08 tIl
Arrive' New's Yorik. . 9 20 am 3 20 jlin
No 50 .No 52
hear1 New ork ..12 04) n't 41 ap
Phlilaj1elphiia. .'.30 :unI 6 57 pm1
Ral timore.... ... . ..60 ari 9 37 pmn
('harlottes;ville. .. 1 25 pml 8 00i am
LynchbIurg.. .. .. ..4 (1) pm .5 10 1am
D'anio Ille ......7 05~ pm~ H 05 amr
(h,Id$ih(ro. .. . ....11 50 tam 5 040 pn'
Ra:leigh ... . .. 41 35 jInl 1 00 a1'
Sali4bulry . .... . . .. 18 pm1 .11 20 anr
Chamrlotte . .. . ....12 415 1am 1 4)0 pm
Gastoni.......... . ' 44:un 1 412 1)1
Grevil. . . .. III0 2m 1 48 pm
Easly .. . . . .. 5 30,( ai 5 141 IIr
Menen.......0 :2 am 6 12pmI
Lula..1.......~.... 90 4ar:n 8 ?l;pm
(Gainesville. ...... .. 9" JIlm 8 5(0 pmI
.Arrive Atilnta.. . ..... .I .44 :11n 14) 4) pm1
SLEEPING IGAR SEE'VI2E
On trinsl' 50 an'd 51 Pulllna' IMJflt i.leIp
er8 het4 wIIn New York mId Atlanta.1). O
tra1ins 52 and)1 53 PuI1lna INi0et sleepej)r
betw ~een WaTishiinJeton nadt New ( lie:lrs.
Richmorn(lIl. Th1rom1)rIIhtts on1 sale at
Gen11 Manallger (1 P A
./F I 1.\ It hr Me winy t1ehtIJn
offe'red by vais ai-gen1ts h1.k att the
NEW AMElRICAN N(.. 7.
I think it will requjIire very lit li ar1''u
miesnt 1.t'oJonvince you Ilf its sup Illilrity.
It islIi I alayIs irIl er, aI n l red Io'e
from the finest to lte heavild giods!
Runis ILight, Littlte Noise,
andti nice1(1 furllnitr. The ne~w ailttIb
1ent a~3Slre supe14rb An bodilIy can3 useo t hem
fluy Thet New Amelricant' and3 be happyi).
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