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ISVKHX WEDNESDAY MOUKISO.
?3/ JULIAN A. SELBY,
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Tike Confederate Past.
They've gone-long gone-yet we livo on;
Live on, though dead the hopes wo che?
Live on, though country we have none;
Though heritage and name have perished;
Live on, because wo have a past,
A glorious past, in whoso sun-splendor
We'll live, like Uriel; *T?A at l??t,
Bat with ita life, our life surrender.
Ohl how it looms up on this day,
That past, and its enhaloiog glory!
And how eaoh vitalizing ray
Has its own grand resplendent ator\!
Enough to wara the chill of death.
Enough to stir, to rouBe, to quicken,
To impart'and oheriBh hope and faith
For our poor land, BO crushed and stricken.
Yes, in that, for that paat we'll live,
Wo will, we will, by God's assistance.
Its thought shall us such vigor give
As shall impart renewed existence.
It is our life's elixir left.
And by its retrospection glorious,
Though wounded, bleeding and bereft,
Ws'Ii livo, tad bj it be victorious.
Incipient Inmntty-"Tho Tangling of
the 8 Ucl ti."
? writer in Cassell'8 Magazine, dis?
coursing of tbe symptoms of insanity,
under the title of "The Tangling of the
Skein," narrates the following:
A very old friend of mine once met
with an adventure which had no climax
in print, but which was doubtless trying
enongh at the time. On arriving in
London some years back, he found
lodging until the house he had taken
was ready, and to his annoyance he dis?
covered, after he was in, that the large,
old-fashioned dwelling was full of lodgers
from top to bottom. Gome home about
twilight one evening, he passed on the.
broad staircase a man who averted his
head; but in the single glance that my
friend caught of his features, he saw an
expression whioh startled him. He
mentioned thia inoident to his young
Wife?'who owned that she bad been
alarmed by what she supposed was the
eamo man; and, indeed, described his
terrible eyes and hie dark, sinister fea?
tures BO accurately OB to leave no doubt
on the matter. Eaoh felt a little more
disturbed than either obese to acknow?
ledge, and my friend scarcely liked to
leave his wife by herself; however, see?
ing no more of the stranger for a day or
two, they had almost "forgotten him.
They always burnt a night-light, and at
the side of their bed ticked a small
About a week after the inoident re?
lated, it happened, strangely enough,
that my friend and his wife awoke at the
same moment, and, on speaking, each
found the other oppressed with a strange,
nameless dread, and with no disposition
to sleep again. On looking round the
room my friend saw that the night-light
waa not where he bad loft it-be waa
positive of that; although very near, it
was not exactly where he had put it.
Then, missing the familiar sound, ho
Baw that the clock had stopped. He got
out of bed and examined tho room, but
discovered nothing. By comparing
with his watch be found that the olock
had not been stopped many minutes.
In addition to the night-light, he was
?ure that the position of several small
articles on the tabla had been altered.
The next night, feeling a little nervons,
he, without Baying anything to his wife,
looked the door of his bed-room-a
thing he had not done before; but, very
strangely, be woke at the same time as
he had done on the previous night, or
rather morning, for it was nearly 2
o'clock. His wife woke also, and jost as
he was speaking to her in a low voice, a
door was heard to open in the npper
part of the house. In tho stillness and
silence of the night, the ?creak of the
hinge waa aa distinct as though it had
been in the same room with them. He
sprang ont of bed, and at that momenta
stealthy step waa heard slowly decend
iog the stairs-cautiously and slowly
for they could each hear the brushing of
a sleeve against the wainscot as the
comer steadied himself with his arm.
My friend felt that his door would be
tried, and stood with one hand on the
look to receive the intruder; and as he
waa a powerf al man and a skilled athlete,
the weloome promised to be of the
warmest. The stealthy hand approach?
ed; it paused; the sleeve glided down
the wainscot, and a hand softly turned
the handle, .
My friend threw the key round in the
look and strove to pull the door open;
but bia wife, without telling him, had
on her part also looked it, so that it was
doubled looked and could not easily be
opened. Steps were heard hurrying np
the stairs, a door was clapped to, and by
the time my friend stood on the landing
with a light, all was silent in the house,
and he had no means of knowing which,
o&t cf a half a dozen rooms, was the one
he wanted. Of conree the landlady was
summoned in the morning, but no light
was thrown on the matter by her, nor
was it ever oonoluaively proved who was
the intruder. However, ere mauy days
elapsed, the dark man who had been
met on the stairs showed symptoms of
tbe moat dangerous insanity. He woe
removed, and became a confirmed luna?
It would be in place here, did space
allow, to enter upon a oatalogue of tbe
aberrations, more or less complete, of
eminent men; bat they ?re monto' them
too well-known, and the terrible collapse
ol Swift and tbe eccentricities of Dr.
Johnson can be paralleled from the read?
ing of the least studious amongst us.
Keats, the poet, who is popnlarly sup?
posed to have been killed by a severe
criticism, in reality undermined his con?
stitution by drink, and it is stated on
excellent authority that ho nsed to shako
cayenne pepper down his throat as far
as he could reach, to stimulate his pal?
led appetite for drink and to give a
greater zeat to iced claret. Religion, it
is well known, often forms the basis of
delusions; so does money; and so, es?
pecially with women, does marriage.
The writer of these lines was beguiled
by a person, with whom he had some
slight acquaintance, into making a very
fruitless journey. She, poor thing, had
gone ont of her mind, as the very sug?
gestive, ordinary phrase mus, but no
one knew it, and she waited upon him
with so coherent a story about purchas?
ing certain property that he was induced
to visit a well-known firm of auctioneers,
who fell into the same trap, and there
they waited for the arrival of this lady.
Sho never came, bat the nest day ap?
peared again to the writer with such an
admirable explanation that he was quito
ready to go on her behalf to the auction?
eers once more; and yet all thia timo she
was insane, and died mad within six
These instances might bo multiplied
to any extent, but space forbids. I con?
clude, therefore, with an incident only
indirectly connected with my theme, and
which may appear laughable to the
reader, bnt I assure him it was anything
bat laughable to me. It happened that,
being in a strange neighborhood, I had
to submit myself to the local barber, and
he was laboring nnder delirium tremens,
or something like it. He shaved me
very skillfully, I admit, bat his wild
manner, the evident difficulty he had in
holding himself still, and his flourishes
of his weapon, produced in mo such a
dreadful fright, that I never passed a
more wretched three minutes in my life,
than I did while nnder his hand. If
this be not exactly a case in point, I
know it is, nevertheless, to me as inter?
esting as any of tho others, I being an
The "honeymoon" takes its origin
from an ancient peoplo of Qermany,
who used to drink metheglin, a bever?
age made with honey, for thirty days
A Chinaman by the name of Gammin
Seamy, has established a drinking saloon
in Cincinnati, on Cincinnati whiskey.
They never see him but once.
Proposals for City Printing.
SEALED PROPOSALS for executing CITY
PRINTING for one year will be received
and submitted to Council at regular meeting, i
Hay 14,1872. Bid to be rendered by parties
bidding as follows:
lat. Publishing tho official uppaaaUpga of
Council, moo tin ge, all advertisement *T>ar
taining to the business of the cityyaU ttft
nances on their adoption, or ordlMBfiea fr)
foroe and republished for information, procla?
mations, proposals, Ac.
2d. Job work-auch aa tax executions,
bianka, tax bianka, license cards, bill and let?
ter heads, envelopes, ic. By order City
Council. WM. J. EXTER, City Clerk.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
IIIOHB8T PHEffl^ . t, j
By Committee of Practical Machinists.
THE simplicity, durability, case of manage?
ment and great range of work of this
Machine baa made it tho universal favorito,
and leading family Sowing Machino for moro
than twenty years, and henco it ia no experi?
ment to buy ono.
For aale on monthly instalments, second
door bolow PHOENIX office, Colombia, B. C., by
A. J. PUBSLEY,
Fob 27 Agent for Pnraley & Trump.
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANE
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received,
INTEREST ALLO WER A T TUE RATE Ot
SEVEN PER CENT. PER ANNUM.
ON OERTIFICA1ES OF DEPOSIT,
AND SIX PER CENT. COM?
POUND EU EVERY SIX
MONTES ONA00O UN TS.
Wm. Martin, President.
John B. Palmer. Viou-l'reuidont.
A. G. Bremser, Cashier.
J. H. Sawyer, in general charge.^
John O. B. Smith, Aaaiatant Ci .?bier.
Wade Hampton, William Martin, A. C. Has
iell,F. W.MoMaatcr.E. H. Beiuiteh, JobuB.
?almer, Thomas E. Gregg, Columbia.
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott,Newberry.
W.G. Mayes, Newberry.
B. H. Rutledge, Oharleaton.
DaniellUvenel, Jr.. Charlea ton.
Heohanloa, Laborers, Clerks, Widows, Oi .
?hans and others may here deposit their eav
ogs and draw a liberal rate of interest there
>n. Planters,ProfeasionalMon andTrusteei
rlaning to draw interest on their funds anti]
hey require thom for baslnoaa or other par?
IOBOB; Parents desiring to set apart small
ama for their children, and Married Women
,nd Minora (whose dopoaita can only be with
Irawn by themselves, or, in case of don th, by
heir legal representatives,) wishing to lay
.aide fonda for future ase. are here afforded
m opoortnnity of depositing thoir means
rhere they will rapidly aooumnlate, and, at
ho same time, be subject to withdrawalwhe?
i ceded. _Aug 18
tsf\f\ BARRELS of LIME, for n le low by
?UU JOHN AGNEV 4 BON.
$50,000 to Loan,
ON GOOD COLLATERAL. Apply at
Jan 28 CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
Book. Job and Newspaper
STEAD MINTO ESTABLISHMENT
THE Proprietor of
tko 1'nuzxix bas fitted
up and thoroughly
furnished his office
with latest improved
material for execution
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J. A. SELBY.
tho State where
four sheet POST
BILLS, ?0., Ac,
good stylo, either
Colored. ?sr Call
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
TO AND F HOM
BALTIMORE, I'lllLAIIELI'lllA, SEW YORK, BOSTON,
THE NEW ENGLAND MANUFACTURING- CITIES.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays.
I I. KO A A T S TA TE- HO OM
Sen Voyage 10 to 12 Hours
A ?COMMODA 1 lOJf.s.
Shorter, "via Charleston.
40.000 BALKS Ml?.;"^? f .v.
The South Carolina Railroad CcmpaDy,
AND cnn ii? ciir Roads Wi-ht, in ?I) un cc wit li i ht- (li i t of i Liri . ? i- tii et v ase st . ami-hfpa
to tit.- a I? i vc pi i tr. in vit ii nt ti nt Uni io i lu- quick tin e- ii lid rc |Mi)tti di ? put i-li aUurded to
?.li?- liilbiiH'ife public li tlui CVlluii Stun s Ht 11? ?
I? O Il T O F <' H A It U K s T <? IV ,
Offering fui - ? - ? t i t ts ni rail M.ii MU lraij*pi>itati<.n tor Fl c-iiil.t MIC l'??? ?U* I> bol ixecllodin
excellence ai>d rapocitj ni ai>> mini |?>it. 11-f tcdlc.w'i.g bplinc bl Coan su-an.i i> me regu?
larly on tbc line:
T t> N Y. \V \ tl II EC .
M. S. Wuodluill. v.'ntiiUiui.di v.
lt. W. Lockwood, Commander.
Jamea Dorry, Commander.
T. J. Lockwood, Commander.
JAME8 ADOEU <t CU., WM. A. COURTENAY,
a EU fin JA , i
S. Cri'iw ll. < on.mander.
T J LU-cWtt, Commander.
J. Kennedy, Commander.
WAGNER, HUGER & CO.,
Agents, Charleston, S. 0.
Iron Steamships VIRGINIA. C. Hinckley, Com'der. GULF STREAM, Alex. Hunter, Oom der.
UAILINO DAYS-THURSDAYS. WM. A. COURTENAY.tAgeut, Charleston, 8. C.
FALCON, Hainie, Commander. MARYLAND, Johnson, Commander.
SEA GULL, Dutton, Commadner.
Sailing Daye-Every Fifth Day PAUL C. TREN H OLM, Agent, Charlton, S. C.
Rates guaranteed as ?ow us those of competing lines. Marine lunn ance, one-half of one
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING AND THROUGH TICKETS
Can be had ut all principal Railroad Officee in Georgia, Alabama, Ti nncstee and Mississippi.
State ROCDIB may bo secured in advance, without extra charge, by addressing Agents of
the Steamships in Charleston, at whose offices in all cases tho Railroad Tickets should be
exchanged and Hertha aligned. The 1 brough Ticket H by this route include Transfers,
Meals and State Room, while on shipboard.
The South Carolina Railroad. Georgia Railroad, and their cor.rrctii g Ucee, have largely
increased their facilities for tho rapid movement of Freight end l atter ct rs between tho
Northern citieB and tho South and W est. Comfbrtrble Night Cars, with the Holmes Chair,
without extra charge, havo been introduced on the South C&ro?m Railroad, First clase
EatiDg Saloon at Branchville. On the Georgia Railroad, first elate t;!< < j ii g Cars.
Freight promptly transferred frcm Steamer to day and night traine of the Sunth Carolina
Railroad. Closo connection made with other Reade, dcliveiing Friiglitp at distant points
with great promptness. Tho managers will neo every exertion to satisfy their patrons that
tho line via Charleston cannot be nu pat M tl in dit patch and tL? tale delivtiy ot geode.
For further information, apply to J. M. SFIKITIK, Surerintei du t, Charlitt? n, S. C.; B.D.
HABELL, General Agent, P. O. Box 4,97*.); Office 317 Broadway, N. Y : H. B. l ie KI NH, General
Passenger and Ticket Agent, South Carolina Railroad. Al-FRKD L,. l?tiat,
Jan 16 ]Gmo Vice-l'residcut South Carolina fiaihoad, Charleston, S. C.
OF ALL KLM-iS
1 xecuted w i: li
Stvle, and at
PHONIX STEAM JOB PRINTING PRESSES,
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
OF COLUMBIA. S. C.
Present Capital. $150,000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. 8500.000.
THIS Dank is now open for the transaction
of a general banking business.
OEBTIVIOATEB or DEPOSIT, bearing interest
kt the rate of pey?n (7) percent, per annum,
will be ieeued.
Noie?, Bill? of F/xchange, and other evi?
dences of debt discounted, ?nd money loaned
Stock?, Bond?, Gold, StltiT hov ghi and ?old.
Mutilated Cu< ret-cy purchased at a small
Sight Draf t . ? >. tlhmt <u all the promi?
nent places iii Kngiatut, Ireland, Scotland,
France, Germany, Helgium, Holland, Den?
mark and the Orient. Jitter ? of Credit issued,
f ayablo in any of the above placen.
Drafts on all tho prominent cities in the
United States bought nm! sold.
Hanking House opposite Colombia Hotel.
)pen from 9 to 3. Feb !?8 ly
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
[T don't contain Cococulua Indiens Fish
Borrios to make sleepy <*r headache,
FOB salo at. New York rates, at
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BAKI?.
HOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
Oolonade Row, Vendue Range, Ch arleston, 8.0,
DK A I.Kits IN
Scotch, Pig and American fiar Iron.
RESP constantly on hand a fall supply of
In Btore, 100 tons EGLINTON PIG.
We Live and Learn, Die and Forget All.
THE SOUTHERN LYE HOUSE,
No. 359 KINO ETHEET, CHARLESTON. B. C.,
DYES and CLKANB. hy moans of steam,
gentlemen's, ladies' and children's
clothes. Fine lacee aod lace curtains cleaned
and done np with the toft or manufacturer's
finish; laco mid crape sl.av.ls ?nd kid gloves
cleaned and dyed. Goode received and re?
turned hy expree?. 1. HIL.1 Di. Proprietor.
branch office ?it Mrs. C. E. ltced'B millinery
establishment. Co'unihia. Feb 27 Smo
Pickles, Fiuits ar d Vegetables.
1 K.f\ DOZEN, in plas? and cana, of the
L?vJ choicest kind*, HH follows: English
Picenlili and Chow ( how; California Apricots
and bartlett Pearn; Pine Apples,freshPoaoh
ea, PluniB, St raw berrie*, Tomatoes, Green
Corn, AaparaguB, Kpai bli Olivos, Capera*
Worcester Bauce, Freuch ard English Mus?
tard, Dessicated Cocoanut, Chocolate Paste,
Eesenco Coffee, Ac; all frith and for palo low
for cash. E.HOPE.
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusto. ?. B
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, i
COLUMBIA, B. C., March 29.1872. 1
Lw?l ?m PSKUlM?P ON and after Monday, '
schedule will be run over this road:
Train No. 1. Train No. 2.
Loavo Charlotte.7.10 A. M. 7.26 P. M.
Leave Columbia.1.15 P. M. 1.49 A. M. .
Arrive Augusta.0.15 P. M. 6.30 A. M. ?'
Leave Augusta.6 45 A. M. 0.30 P. M.
Leave Columbia....ll.45 A. M. 11.10 P.M.
Arrive Charlotte.6.10 P. M. 5.G0 A. M.
Standard Time ton minutes slower than
Washington City time.
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily, Sun?
days excepted. Both traine make close con?
nection to all points North, South and West.
Through tickets sold and baggage ohecked
to all principal points.
E. P. ALEXANDER, General Sup.
E.R. DonBET, GOD. Freight and Ticket Agen
hummer Schedule B. & TJ. K. ?.,
LuayMim DOWN TRAIN. UP TRAIN.
Arrive. Leave Arrive Leave.
Sparenburg.. 5 30 5.25
hates ville. G CO 6.00 4.C8 4.68
Pacolet. 6 08 0.13 4.40 4.46
Jonesville. C.43 6.48 4.06 4.10
Unionvillo. 725 7.60 8.05 8.25
Santuc. 8.20 8.25 2.80 2.86
Fish Dam. 8.40 8.45 2.10 2.16
Shelton. 9.15 9.20 1.35 1.40
LVICB' Ford... 0.40 9.45 1.12 1.17
Strother. 1005 10.10 12.60 12.65
May 24 TH08. B. JETER. President.
~?~ & D.U. Go.-Change of Schedule?
TRANSPORTATION OFFICE, N. C. DIV.,
COMPANY SHOTS, N. C., March 28.1871.
???? tm \Mtih&?SD ON and after (SUNDAY,
^WlliWM.r.h 31,1872, Trains will
be run ?vor thie Division in accordance with
folio* mg TIME TADLE.
TralnB Going East.
AnmVE. LEAVE. Anni VE. LEAVE.
Charlotte. 5.25 am 7.30 pm
Salisbury. 7.28am 7.45 am O.fSpm 9.38pm
High Point 9 19 am 9.20 am 11.16 pm 11.17 pm
Oreensb'o 10.00 am 10.16 am 12.00 m 1.40 am
Co. Shops. 11.32 am 2.55 am 8.82 am
Hillaboio. 4 40 am 4.42 am
Raleigh... 7.05am 7.40am
Goldsbcro 110.25 am
Traine Going Weet.
Mail. i Express.
A Rill YE. LEAVE. ABHIVE. LEAVE.
Charlotte. 6.45 am 7.06pm
Baliabnry. 4.38 am 4 41am 5.02 pm 6.05 pm
High Point 2 57 am 2.59am 3.25 pm 3 26 pm
Greenab'ol2.30 am 2.15 am 2.10 pm 2.45 pm
Co. Shops 10.45 am ll .16 am 12.60 pm
Hillsboro. 9.33 am 9 35 am
Raleigh.. 6.45am 7.15am
Gold?boro 4.00 pm
Mail Traine will run daily, both- xs irya the
entire length of tho Road. Expresa uxaias
will run both ways between Company, Shops
and Charlotto daily (SUDdays (ttrpled,)
Freight Trains will rcn both ways tte entire
length of the Road (Sundays excepted.)! All
paesenger Trains connect at Greensboro with
traine to and from Richmond. Pullman Pa?
taco Cara on all Mail Trains between Char?
lotte and Richmond (without chango. )
April 1 W. H. GREEN. Master Trans.
Change of Schedule."
WILAIHOTOH, OoLuuBiA^A^jffiftrbsTA H.' B. CO.
So?tarh-nts^ST'? orfteHl ; y
ll^J^EjB^iffi following soheo!n^^wXU
be ran by traine on thia road: - .
DAT EXFUE88 TRAIN [DAILY.]
Leave Wilmington [Union Depot | 8.25 A. M.
Arrive at Florence. ^...... .^^^^^^H^^M^.
Arrive atVlorence.? 1.43 A.M.
Arrive at Columbia. 6.45 A. M.
LUM? CoJnmbt*../. . ^>. 6.30 P.M.
Arrive at Wilmington.. 6.20 A. M.
No NIGHT ThAlKS , leave Wilmington or
Columbia Sunday P. M.'
Mar 31 JOHN 0. WINDER, Gen'l Eop't.
Change of Schedule.
SOUTH CABOLINA RAILBOAD COMTAKY,
COLUMBIA, S. C., June 9, 1871.
FT?i cm Tear GEKS?fiKn Change of Schedule
sttttmikWBWPlo gc into effect cn
tuid utter Sunday. 24th instant:
MAH. AM) PAB8ENOEB THAIN.
Leave Columbia at..7.40am
Arrive at Charlebton at.3.20 p m
Leave Charleatonat.8.20 a m
L rrivo at Columbia at.3.40 p m
NIGHT EXPBESa, FDEIOHT AND ACCOMMODATION
THAIN, [Bundays excepted.]
Leave Columbi a at.7.C0 p m
Arrive at Charleatonat.7.C0 am
Arrive at Columbia at.6.00 a m
Camden Accommodation Train will con
tinuoto run to Columbia as formerly-Mon?
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
A. L. T?LER, Vice-PrcBident.
B. B. PICEIKS, General Ticket Agent.
Greenville and Colombia Railroad.
PASSENGER TRAIN SCHEDULE.
f?&mWLOBjtWIE DAILY, Sundays
with NightTrains on South Carolina Railroad
up and down; also with Trains going North
and South on Charlotte, Columbia and Au?
gusta Railroad, and Wilmington, Columbia
and Augusta Railroad.
Leave Columbia at.7.00 a. m.
Leave Alston. 8 45 a. m.
Leave Newberry. 10.25 a. m.
Loavo Cokeabury. 2.15 p. no.
Leave Belton. 4 00 p. m.
Arrive at Greenville. 6 40 p. m.
Leave Greenville at. 7.26 a. nu
Leave Belton.9.30 a. m.
Leave Cokeabury.11.15 a. m.
Leave Abbeville. 9.00 a. m.
Leave Newberry. 2.88 p. m.
Leave Alston. 4.20 p. m.
Arrive at Columbia. 6 00 p.m.
Anderson Branch and Blue Ridge Division.
Leave Walhalla at. 6 00 a.m.
Leave Perryvllle.6.40 a. m.
Leavo Pendleton.7.26 a.m.
Leave Anderson. 8 20a.m.
Arrive at Belton.9.10 a. m.
Connecting ?Uh down train from Green?
Leave Belle n at. 4 00p.m.
Leave Anderson. 5.00 p. m.
Leave Pendleton.6.00 p.m.
Leave Perryvilla.6.45 p.m.
Arrive at Walinu a. 7.20 p. m.
Accommodation Trains will be run on
Branch Boads on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Leave Cokeabury for Abbeville at..ll.15 a. m.
Leavo Abbeville for Cokesbury.... 1.00 p. m.
Leavo Belton for Anderson at.10.10 a. m.
Leave Andereon for Belton. 2 00 p. m.
M. T. TUBTLTTT. General Ticket Agent.
TUE undersigned bas Jnot opened a lot ot
IMPORTED CORDIALS, of various kinde,
ombracing Perfect Love, Vanilla, Rose,
Anisette, etc. Also, Imported Maraschino,
flnr?pni? ?rd AMntlio. T. M. POLLOCK.
Fresh biscuits and Crackers.
ALARGE aieortment and ohotoe variety,
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