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TIIUISDAY, JAN. 29, 1891.
The News and Courier's Columbia
man, M. F. Tigh, is certainly a joi n
alist on rwheel. He reresents the
daily news of the city with eon.tIln -
mate skill and tact.
The Solons of the Senate ive jpent
more than a m1onfth wrnIgling over
Granny Hoar's pet out rnge, 0:h.-Fon-e 1
Bill. and yet they fat to satisf'Y the I
people that it is not a (hange1crousi
Col. Keitt. is still afil-r Piesident
Stokes' scalp). ie umkesI(' a1 swipe at
him in a four c(Plmenin rcply to Dr.
Stokes. This is wroNig. All this
wrangle is unlitimely aid N ill n1ot inlv
fit the couiatry nior the participanids.
When Gov. Tilhnan1111 walked into
the Ricland court house last week
during Coluiilbia's moral 1111ss Imeet
ing, he was greete(d with great aIlp
Plause. We protest agYainlst the Co
lumbianis uIsing nyi) limiiozing plo
Cess on our new overnor.
Rev. J. S. White, [I pr-om11inentl Pres
byterian minist(-r' of Eovk Hill, durii
temll]polr11ry abarndion od I.Jind, cauled
by ill health, comlimitted sui.,aife on
the 22nd inst, by drownilg lihimself
iu the water tank of a wind mill in
his 1 ard. Hie Was greatlIy eI Wloved
by his people, and his sad end has
caused univers:al sorrow w here ever he
The Ilev. 'Tolson ctuio out alheu
inl 'the rel'ort (4 the commlitivee fip
poinited to ine,,tigale the morlds of
Coluifbia. M1st, of the cbalr- : he
had miiade E-1-om the pulpit were sus.
iined, and none of themi cout radicted.
But the lL 1ed rll \i Yu v(Tv
much lmortiit-d h1ceIse the reprlit
had nothing in regard to ie ebarges
preferred against ilie Columbia club.
Gov. I Iill, 'f Newv York, hazs b et u
electedi to the U niteid Si :tes Senate.
GIranmny Everits will stay aut limme.
W ~ith D)avid in t he Semnate :i.nl Grover
in thme Prsien's cbair in 'i2, the
interest of thue l)(I)ple will be safe' fuii
the nmext, fewv years. TIhe elect in (
Hill to the Senate briingws~ ( :iuIphel,
of Ohflio, nlext to ('level:uil as thue prot
lbable D)em >'rati' St :ubuhm! he-rmer ini
the next lcVtioni.
Senator' Irbty wiill he the younmgst
amnonig a reinazrkal y larg'e mu:uhlueif
men under 5t0 year-s who will sit inii
the next Senate. Hie is only 30.
D)elegalt( D)ubois, elected thle othlei
day~ as Seniator' from1 [dh o, iS'nout y et
40. Other Senators 5) year's oblu
and under are: WV u le't 1, 42; hav
50; Hhiggings, 60: Spoonter-, 47;A
drich, 49 Pett igrew.u, 412; D.mienl, 4
Allen, 45 :; Fuilkner(,, 413; and hl-mia
:Editor' Hmphiill, of lie .luville
Med(iumli,hais a,'genuinei case5 of hy st crics II
over the propo;ed Centenial in (Column
bia. lie clainis it is a pol it ical
scheme and1 a boom for Jiampton.i
The1 editor of the Medhiumi shiould
know better. It is no~ t a h'oomi for3
anly party or man, 1 uit it is a 1bom uhi
for the State and( C'olhuiai, in whlichu s
every c'itizni (If the State should take
anl inter'est. It will be a great tig u
for the whole State, amid its beneftits ii
w~ill be felt to thle moitst rem-to'corner. 11m
If the suggestion that President
Harrison be invited to visit Colluiai
on the occasion or the 'enitennlial was
"unfortunate" as thue News antd C.our- 1
ier says, its eenunien(-lt onl the sugges- I
tion'wias fil miore' uiroritiuate. It
~took hold of thie President's poulitical
behavior towards the South by the
throat, and shook, and shook till it
s: tore its hold out, and then vomnite'd
the gory morsel back all over the said
'recsidenit. The President (oiuht to I i
be0 inlvited. Wbe suspect lhe wouiIld be
too busy to necept. If he should L
come lhe would have moure sens~e, than
to bring any.of his objeetional --a sub.t
alterns. Ho is President of the whole
country, and it might be a great pub
lic benefit to separate himu for aL few
days ~from tho Hor's, Hlawleys,
-'Quay's, For'aker s, Lodges, CIalarksons
and Reeds, and let him shake hands
and be sociable with South Carolin.
ians. Seeing the world might bu .nd
en his views. Every Notherner' yet tl
who has cultivatad our ac'quiaintance tl
hab Men greatly toned down. We ~
might improve the President socially
very much without hurting ourselves ti
~ n the Ieast. tI
descaribe for the Sentinel,
The Work at Clemson College.
Knowing the interost that our
tizonas take inl the progress of the V
trmers' College, last MoI.dAy we vis- (
,ed Fort Hill for the purpose of giv- c
ur readers i idea of the progresi u
f the work. r
Presidenlt S1nloe, who is at the v
IlAd of the college, is the right 1inan
or the place. le keeps hiiiself v
horongbly )0StCd oil Vevthing t.at 'I
s done about the works, andl(] directs s
mnd supervises everytlinlg inl detail.
?rof. Strode lias ha(d an.l vxtensive cx- d
)erie- ce inl building ias w1 ell as con i
luictingc inistituiti(ans of Ihi ind. I]
Work is now heing pih.ed oi, the o
al;orator.y for. tlhe- p:ipose of getting (I
t ill shalv to rccive the paripliernia- 1
inl of the 11gricltrll-1 departmnent, v
.vvently frll-1(d ovvr to the Collegc. t
LI'be r Sidice for tilhe Treasurer, ind s
PrfI o' residenlce are- nearm1114,
-(AInple At 1in. ProfJ. St rode saiiv F tl tati
he failure of the L'egishituI re to
Iake the Inecess.ary apyrn -priat ion
ast mssionl, w%ill retard the blilbliln
f icce.ssar-y aeconiilodations for tihe
tildenits. Tlil eitire work is no%%
>eilg donle by the college tirist(es.(
Mie p,lan11 of l.tiing out lie buildin.gs
0 (!Mntralettwrs did not- pr-ove satisfac-.
oIy, an1d ill 'le cotractors hav been
)artinevnt is utilder t.hle Inaniagemnit
>f MIr. .1aues Hall, of (vitiral. This
is a giaran1itce that the work will be
-irt-clams inl every wa,y. Mr. I:all
lis ofigee all thle awor, and di
reets andI coitirols ll t wfirln-n,
bothi free and conviet. 1hre are
now O11 l.1dhired n(gro conviets id
Fort I1 ill. All of the wilite len
Iive 1-evin Senit bick to (1lihil. 'Ia
T'he conmict Camy is il eliarge 0f
Ollpt. WV. A. PNrr,wo is reSponlsi.,
bl2 fto. 1e car. 1114ilsafe 1wepn of;
tl 10 semuits of the Stvtv. lIe is
a stelinil.g, Conl.,-cientioim tusi ll1el, anld I
1ikis go Id car. of Ile Ilien. Tile
hvo sleepig rcci-p n1s in thc stcliade
I re kept cvlea and free froml aill
11np1uritifies. 'Iheurc is it lospital at
mebw do the stm'kadv, an id a1 supI N.
>f i11vilicine-s irev hept for. use umi)(cler
Ihe (iletclitn (f Dr. Pickens, ill, c'g l 1 n
'I tle c:unip. The plr;is(nerl,S limne
he fre(dll of thle N:1-A ,nSnly,
lind 2ll ir, rquired to tale 2a bati ".3
iousi e, whiche is supjpl'~iel with ph-et
>f fresli 'vater f,:1ni 21 hl)d spin
wllr the( calinp. Thle hill of fare( Con-' t
d-ts, for breakfast, Iwvat, loinilly and V
)read; d i aIII I, WlS UIl k1111 b n d br(1aI
upperti, breaid andh Ia luas , w ith
- ec.f twol days5 eachi '4 k, andh biscit
unii vet aMes t we , : ' IS eaLch w e.k.
'I n it llas [(:(een1 II\e esr:a es sinUce\
iIill, 1iv o44f nien wer tie t rustles.
('h4 2.-2r' I' I neut2i honie5 to. speiinl
'1ay dier i and can;e back Since
lie increaise of the foret (If coie(t4,
hie stoc~kaide will have to bet edired '(I
> w wice its pre sent size. Thle tiqu-d
)rs are co1inforabl an llICtiif ell~iiI ntiea
l thiis winte4". C onvits gain iilesh f
11d it rengt a~ii't t his Cami Ip, and5 d is
ke to) be sent baick (down the coun-i (2
3r. ,bd'ie A. Shaunklinhscag
f the ounisry an looks afterte
&(ett fori thle 1 'isoners5.1' [ ilals l.as
hairg.e of t he b arni and 2all thle live
lock. 11e hias ( wenty-on mu' i'ii le- lhe
oniginig to (lie co4lle'ge iierc his care.
hiow tiiuit every attenltioni is pid to
hs ir stales andit feed4 tughs.
'Thie stonie quarry'l is in charIge' of
iets busy att worki gettinlg oAut the
lillionl bick will hei re-nyi~ for' use ini
14e spring, ' lhen a full foree of hands1
ill he put1 ait woik 'recCting thie
>r thie collige.
ie -\ ississipp-i A\. and1( M. (Co'Illege,
1isiharge of tie e'xperimenbd1(ii falrm
apar1'' mentl . lIe hIas been i tt 'thog 'I n
enii il fiilrinl 21ul4 thIi s y('url zyjll
t le (leriisoii f:;in o(l1 rs lii[ 11 (verV
>portun11ity to demon'cstra'ite his capa
Ar. JI M. KIeels, formeri('Ily'1 bok
nI, is thne11( k~epe anld gtieeral uItili
man11. 1lis pa ro4 ll for free 1labori'j
nou'tnts to $177 peri week'l. Th is1
ree(' wlill tie ilrgelv~ inei1rensed int the
Presidenit Strod saysHtV t1at nlinlety
ve boyis have ahieadyl (interedl thir I
amest'i (on the registr and(114 (desireo t
a ter the( col)1lege as -ooni as openICi.el'c
'wo thirds of the.e boysV are' froic a
3e low coun1try. Pro4f. Strodce saiyi
itit those wvho wish to enter the first
?ar should register their finaes at
ice, naI there is every prlobabhility 10
ait there wvill be far mloreo applicantts w
ian clin be ftCeomi2 1 ted. of
Tb' 0Zrrn.e1. "$1.5) j er yea-r,
Col. R. W. Simpson, president of
10 Board of trlistecs of
3emson College, has issued a
ircular to the oil mills as 1ufact
rers and to rtilrotIds as common car
iers, iotifving them that cotton stced
"eal when used as a fertilizer is a
Con111ue'cial fertilizer" and as such
till be hld,1 liable to the tag tax.
lie News aid Courier takes tho po
ition that ctttonl sped nval Is not a
CmeI'cVial fertiliz-r," lmut a good
cal niight, b>e said oi l>oth sides. It
i Cvi<t-nt that the Legislature did
Ot iteiid to lay the privilege tax up
i cot toni seed meal, for it the time
f the passage of the imw this coml
i i t v was not an article of com mer
V. The imitter will be ini doubt un.
il thel,lhw Is eInIl(dA(l, o1n1 cot.ton
i (.41 IIIval shouldI be(, plainlly exclud
1I f'-Im the(. list, of CorlIliervial fertil
Fe,s tmr Nweemtimenrt.
II ii.i.sinolm, Tex , in., 24th 1891.
IDEA SET:-r,f.:,: I llve thought
orI a lng whil taint, I would write
n Imu slimt Itter, blt have beel too
>usy. W(1l, I will try at least.: You
oinv t.n sve i. s) regullar,. You start
>n Tihunlm; ay aui arrive lere Sat ur
la Io' m, lmiillgI a trip of over 1001.1
iiles ill so shoit a time.
VelI, dl., SE:lINE-:, I have noth.
ll new tO write yoI. So far w%ve have
it nm winter; iio blizzard yt., ice
)mlyv ab>Ilt tl-ve tilmes. I thinlk Feb
1inry will bring Its plnItY of winiter.
lie cttm (11 is about ill, with a
m)d yivl<l, ole-half hale per Iaere.
'iOrnl is higli, sev('ifNty-live cenits per
ushecl;mt tmn is very low.
I s(- Pickmiis i going to sprea(
I.rs(lf nI i $10,000 C(OIrt, houlse. I
im>dhl thinik you PV4)Ple oumti.01t to do
a tIfer. Youl oulght mo hmve at least
'.,51,0'00 builmding Dl),las, near us,
s u111lig a cm1uit house tocmst whell
iMplm -d over $83110,0011. you see I
tln iicliiel f.m ri'ig (it Tcxas, il you
VTc -re you v wmil i thilnk she was
Lmimut wbiiIi and a sizer mit m Iln Iu.,
i t le tiinm (M of those i>e
llrspwalnced <mvwn onl ymI. We
)AvO lim:niiniges as wvell Y"lu,
b Wugh w h.ave gomd lanld and ii leitv
4 it, whitch1 is b-egilniliing tf selA ver'
u1".h1, so in1:11Ny ctii l ts y u S e.
Wc l.me a glly iN r of iat()ro
lilli'lis h re. lit'l .lMn damllIVs, 11
-w <lys Igm. I If. Is Ir mit abo it
111ntel's M.\ 111 i Tx ivo .AlIle. I
I(t-. - m in I 8l , in mO 11m( t w;.
111 abm ut s vt-li. n i' Ailt, chirlir il.
1c is nmw worlth about $10,000 atid I
W't, knu4ow hIonw -imly chilhdren, bt
hiink thire is twelve or fourteein Iml
Orit (d time fri-nd rind kinsiini,
iIT :ogs, is hereim. borry I hamve
i-r mi'nut hii m.incm his narmival. I
limphilt I wom uldI taloum mlvantamgim~e of
111ur.Iin i:ates ;ni visjt yomu all ti s
inil br, buit hiavingm juis t' e tmn. fro'm
:it hi Cariotliti Iist w1inzter, (:iud I
i'l ymul it i.s* a firinem tripm.) I< lemidl.
< mm t imm. vmstpo y iri n.ii e mm' i
m tommn m t akeyou a 1>p1 arance (ev(erv
-<'Ik, form .1 en'ti t hiii n t of 'i-vinmg ymoi
mm, yoilae just lilke a lint ter' frmom
Wmi thI i much lve fmor all may friend's,
min a double pi' r timn for your owni
ari se.lf. I a11 tu yursi as v'ir,
W. S. B.
Wo(nderml why inso inally persi'ons suiIr'ir
om lm: at rrh~v whe iithif Old Sau I 's Cai
rrhi' ( ur -m thei y wouhili bem euredmm ait onceC.
meall lhavt omuri pmrtef menes but nom
lne fiefers imn h:ear ma trinig bab Iy whenci
it factf is smm will knomwni, fint .1)ir. 1Uul's
hmlmv Syruip widm at onieo <iniet it.
Themm tin mi>k- mfein t ratm imm n wmii ill bem. mile
lele Oie M i~the i own- in)m .I. 1i.
'w n )ftore~ .01. mm. I'im-mTiii)N,. ~
mi-i i up rviorlie---straton
IT il S . lmpi r-it hldm2:in:rmiiti
~mminst thm l-iate of I:iin a lIg,m-'- l,
'm'm--'m-l, latem ml l'im'ke-ins imim i'''or . mm mout
them tm lmrs--nm i for m:m pa '.-m f li t' d
ml' .l:m th. I 0. ail f homsm
him it 1m -to mmmhl 1:stal w iill uiiakm j)aylmiet-i
-iimiN 1 I s. iL\..mNm l
'm22ii- I \mdlinini: I ratorm.
ATTiOlI:Y ATl J.A W,
N o. 79t. mw :e m
(illi il t\ II,[.-', . .
y.~t I'm s ermneim .mim Tlephon - o. 79.re
Nlotiie ims itheb i Snlat m .it 11 Correime
lr i-rsl 'i ii h' re.d andm pelm'Smt l me'itmt m
IDaited 20thi d v inf .lm uimry. 1 m91. e
rho Best Household Medicino,
)nce or twice each year tile r,n
mu needs purging of the implji
is which clog the blood. From
ildhood to old age, no remedy
aicts nll cases wvith the samo~ cer
inty of good results as
BOTANIC LOOD BALM.
V. C. McGamuhey, Webhb City. Ark., writes.
I. B. i. has donme me more good arid for lmss
ney ihan any othiler biloodl nurifier I ever used. -
we t!he comfmort ofmy ife t." ' mm
~A. She- hecrd. Norfoik, Vn.. August to, x188 $11
ies. "I eicpends on1 i. B. Ii. for the preservation mo
my health. I have had it in my family no- ti
rytwycr and In all that tIme have not had
haeadco.. #as 4 o r
ulE STATE OF souTi CAROLINA,
County of Pickeis.
Common Pleas Court.
Summons Complaint Filed.
B. B. (Ailstrap, Petitioner,
C. L. 11ollingisworth, Plaintiff,
Robert T. Griffin and 13. B. Gilstrap. De
Tro the Defendant, Robert T. Griflin:
Youi are hereby summoned and required
to answer the petition in this proceeding
which is filed in the ollee of the Clerk of
the Court for State and County
aforesaid. and to serve a copy of
your answer to the said petition
on the subscribers at their office at Piekuns
S. C., within twenty days after the ser
vice hereof, exclusive of the day of such
service, and if you fail to answer the pe
tition within the time aforesaid, the peti
tioner in this proceeding will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in the peti
Dated 12th dIay of Jaminry, 1891.
COTRillAN & ItOlilNSON,
WELLS, (1lt & 1Imm.8,
Sols. Io. Pet.
J. M. STEWATl, [L. s.] C. C. P.
To the Defendant., Robert T. Grillin:
Please take notice, that the petition in
the above pri-eeilieg, togetlher with the
summons, of which smil"lons tile forcgo
ing is a (.opy, vas tiled in the oflice of the
Clerk of tle Coturt, for lPickens County,
Stat e- afores:aid, on the 12th day of Janu
arv, 1891, and is now on file in said ofme.
You will further take notice that the
object of this proceeding is to have the
execltionl in the above stated ease revi'ed
with the force, f(,rm and effeet of the
Iormer executlion, al ask tlat the peti
limner he suhrogated to all the rights of
thi plaiotiff in tie above stated ease.
12th day of .January, 1891.
cOTull't'AN & 1mI1INSON',
WELLS, 0111 & BOGRxS,
Sols. Pro. Pet.
.Jan. 15, wfi.
i TATE OF SOUTH CAVOLINA,
County of Pickens.
In Common Pleas.
Smnmons for Relief. Complaint not serv
W. C. )aens. 1. 1). Daieus, L A. Gilstrap.
Malissa Chastain, V. 'M. Jones, and
L. 0. Jonies, 3M. II. Jones,
J. I. Jones, L. E. .lnes, 11. L.
Jones. and E,4siv B- Joves, inilnors by
Ilieilr guiar11dian ad litem W. 31. .Jcnes,
:int William Dacus, anid Minnie Daus,
minors by the tuardian ad litem Ab
nier I. Chstain, ib their own ri-.hits and.
.1. M Sth.wart, as a.biin11ilistratir with
4lit will annexed of Margaret Iaus,
M,NarlY KIlenlor and Cylthia Kenne
111o,1 iesed, Painitiffs,
I. II. Kiininme. No ah Kennemore,
H Iarvey KeiemlOre. Ia-ena Kennemore.
Bcn.j:cnin Kvicemore. Feaster Kenne
mm-rv. . r:b Keiitmmre. Rebeca llolder,
ohil S. K ccimcnie. Mm th lutlier. A. C.
I.1ahan. T. A. McMhaiu, T 11. Me.
Mlahan. N.wev 11. ( rvn, E. C. Burgess, M.
\. "ilitm ss N:11y v It. Ciidress, N(lah
l. Sa ii;t. lainda S. lBrown, Ilarvy G.
nitI. W. . Sm ithI, 3rtv i. Morgan,
\.;aK !sp,JaeL. Cant'rell,
cIminl- .J. Kv.enwmore Chaleo.. W Ken
A11n$re. .John BI. Kenemre, A. I). Ken
iuore, . A11sii .\ Kelilill re, Guever
Kanore adI larv Lee Kennemore
Ih )i nithiets. -
ti, iik le leedan;ts above naued:
You are h:4-ebv sil;:in0iedA and required
h aswer tle Iompillil ill this action,
whih s this d;Iy tiled in the offi'e of the
lilrk (or tot for Pickens emmv, S C antd
lti serve ai cpyt ofi youri a-'wer'to thile iaht
(omliniit oin tie siribersi'cc~ at tirioltie
at lPicktuns, S (', withcin I wtitv days alter'
theII sien,ice hieef, enluive ii the day
ni suchi sirvice: acnd it f you fail tic answer
Itiihliilompiaint w,itin i th'e I .ml afoiresaid,
the iyhtintifIfs inl t his a'tio lulwill appcly to
hi' couri t fo r thle rel ie,f demandeditut in Ite
('Ol'IlIHN &V iI0)iHNSON,
Plaint llfs' Attorneys.
ro all of the defendants above( namuedi:
Pleas-e take notiet that ft' summitons
mrii cmiin:itc in theo abcove staedi ('ase
vi; lilecd ini fte - Uie ofI the Clerk of the
tIurt for P11'tice cot3. SouthI Carolina,
mi tlhe lthi dayv ofi Janiry, 1891I,andt they
lit newA' oin tilt' iin said oflie,
l;jth Janaryi', 1891) .
('T )'l'iAL N &, I( OBINSON,
Pintictiffa' A ttoriney.
OlIN (1. C'APEf&r;
ATTl'UINEY AT LAW,
(ilIEEiNVrLLE, S. C.
"Ppco si'e Vtarmer's' Atlliaunce Wiarehnouse.
[Kast Endc oflli a ct A. 11. J1eickins', Main
.t. (ani be reachet:l lby tteliphine. Prompt
iicd (carefu1liI attention toi buiness44 Practi
cs ini State' and Vo:ierai Courts.
J'K A. 'lN A. lorr,Viet ret
T '!- .IIll X~ Ps
People's Bank ho
Gre"enillhe, S. C,. will
nary.us, , , '5.000OO
V. M1. Ifaigocod, E- 11. Putlen,,ider, janfl
anc;s I.. Orr, Fracck I lanuinond,
- . t'te, 11. F. Meancs
-I'. Mlills, Jlas. AX. Ilkyt.
'l'econts oIf nitrrhints andt farmuers
heietied. ilellsits rte'ivedl Iromc $1.00 to
icy cimoutit iaycle tin demhiandi.
.All buisiiness uisuacl to bancking~ w,ill re
vt ouir careflul attIei:tiocn, anl we tx.
icd- ev'ery econsisteiit nectimmodattiottnc to
r custcol mrs. au ii I.
A pamnph!et of information and ab
ktrac,t of the laws, ihowing How to
Obitain Pateontu, Cavesta, Trrade
Marks C rtJ te, out
Monecy to Loan.
On Improved farm lands In sums of
1(10 andi ii >waiils. Loians repiyale in
cnll animai. Ipa~yme,t.5 through pri od W!1(
six years, thus eniablhi a the borrower
Pay3 < ff his inidebitdnt ss without ex
wist.ig his cmn ln anyonnn vcAr Apnpl.,
We wish you one and all
thank you for your very liber;
still harder to deserve a con1
and low prices. Remember,%
And it may ot sound sc
little you owe us, and we nee(
cash without delay. Perhaps
Well, settle up the old score z
ter. Try it.
With our best wishes, wc
D). GLENN. J. HI. BROWNi
Small Profits aP(d Quick Sales"
Tfells the tale.
ir Stock is too large and we n.ust un
We want your trade, and if
dealltg rand low prices will win we
e have on our b)ooks a great many old1.
Ots andi note due us, for which we i W
Id be very thankful if our customers!
friends would come in and pay us.
D.>ibytefirst day of February,ffl
i bebiedto put therm in the .n
.s of a lawyer for collectjin. l*wl
.ENN & BROWN, ''-"
n LIBERTrY, S C.
we will givet
we will give t
pa nuh h
a prosperous New Year, and desire to
d patronage during 1890. We shall try
:inuance of the same by honest dealing
ve cannot be undersold.
well to sonic of you, but we need the
i it bad. Please let us see you with the
you may not want any credit this year.
tnd start square, and you will like it bet
WIS & MORRIS,
FOR NOT HING!
A Farm and Steck
E to Every Subscriber I
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