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OFFICIAL PAPEK OF HENKY COUNTY.
3 When you pay more for the Rent oj
tour liusmens Uouxe than for Advertising
your Business, you are pursuing a false
policy. If you can do business let it be
known. H 'hanklin.
(Kotb. We rwpBCtf ully uk the clewiuen a well
M aUothors, lu Hmiry cbiinh,-, to aend u forpnblion
Mooln the Noiithweht, all the niarrianoB auddettths
espeolawy cometo meir notice.
NAPLOUON, 0., S PER. '17, 18S1
Inauguration Day falls upon a
The Ohio Legislature ii overwhelm
ingly opposed to taxing church prop
The flood has-been great, and mil
lions upon millions worth of property
has beep destroyed.
It is said Thurman and Cohkling
are great friends. If that is so, then
Thurman has at least one bad friend
Mr. Garfield, you have been de
clared elected. Now will you give a
little light upon the Cabinet composi
The Ohio Former says that ''for gen
eral worthlessness the . present Ohio
Legislature can just lay over any body
of the kiYid yet discovered."
Local option was defeated in the
.Republican Legislature last week.
Temperance people will continue to
vote the Republican ticket allee samee.
The loss uv the Hood at loleao is
variously estimated from $200,000 to
$2,000,000. The damage lias been
great, the effects of which the "Future
Great"' will not get over for some little
We publish this week a bill regulat
ing the liquor baffle, introduced in the
Legislature by Senator Pond, which
the Republicans are now wrestling
. with. The "truly good" have a big
elephant on their hands.
The. "conscience fund" in the na
tional treasury continues to grow.
Should every Republican who has held
office during the past twenty years be
stricken with remorse the national
debt could be paid in three weeks.
We have had free trade in whisky
m Ohio for thirty consecutive years,
and all because of a sentimental notion
that the State must not sanction a trade
that is recognized by the Government
of tho United States as ' legitimate
Cincinnati ( 'ommcrctul.
The Ohio school law requires that
every child between the ages of eight
and fourteen years be required to at
tend school at least twelve weeks in
each school year, six weeks of which
shall be consecutive. A parent, guar
dian or person having charge of chil
dren of this age is subject to fine for
violating tho provisions of the law.
General Este, formerly a resident
of this city, and a young man of much
promise, died in New York City a few
days since, penniless and alone. He
was in the law office of M. It. & R.
Waite while here, was elected Prosecut
ing Attorney, went into the army as
Lieut. Colonel and was promoted to
Brigadier, and after tbe war located in
Washington City, where- bad habits
overcame him and he removed to New
York City, with the result announced.
1 v';.r5k VrMOCRATIC yOUTliVEST7TllUlDA FEBRUARY 17. isSi..
JoLti hpru n and rwiuww -tlarfield
Bro fiit o liilii a ObiDct' jKixitiou. J
Wli tiuln't 'hi initLiv iH.titijn the
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laiJ Join, m.. IboocIinK W.' N.e V,,rk- Uft.'f-'iroiit
I , . of five Aldermen. TLi !liaiige tbe
-i r?hpn.'eiitlvp'ihlk'fcnliP)tisl'reicitj government.
LaliotiM do liutiimp else to heap odium'. .
j unuu it, that of nolvhijr to attend the i
tinrfifld iiiaiicaratioh in a wiiivsii.riinl
damn it forever. Tl.o .rotum u y o';
every man alio favored ftieu Ui-fi !
ery should see to it that !' i trmloiiy j
laid urVm tliti ehrlf. i
AUtxr. tlieVj jnog -iuocrmb
are opoken of a; r,Jid;u,
forGovernorin 183!, we may rm-iiUn:J
Samuel V. limit, tJpiiBtar.A V-liice.
John F. Follett, . Michaei t. Ilartcr,
Oeo.' M. .Tewett, K. IV Kshelnian.
William W. Artnstrotiif.. Oliver H.
Tayne, Judge Hundley, John A. Mc
Mahon, Frank If. Hard. ex-SMaker
Jim Neal, aud JolniK'. McLean, of the
Ciiic'iiiuati Kwiuirm: lU-ljiho Herald.
It was reported at X'olumbus last
week, upon good authority, that
Governor Footer has been offered the
Presidency of the New York, Chicago
and St. Louis Hailroad, now in course
of construction, the capital stock of
which is sixteen million dollars. Thir
teen and a half million dollars of the
stock have already been subscribed by
a syndicate of New York capitalists.
One hundred miles of the road is al
ready completed for the rails, and the
remainder will be pushed to a rapid
completion. That is better than a
The great bane in Ohio, is too much'
tampering with the laws. We have
entirely ton much legislation. Under
the old per litm system, sessions were
protracted and much useless and hurt'-'"
fnl legislation enacted to furnish an
excuse for the time occupied, lender
the present system, members conclude'
that they should stay long enough and
do sufficient to give an appearance of
earning their money. They enn lest
earn their money by dnimj as Utile as possi
ble. The spirit of the Constitution
should bo respected in that there
should bo but one session in two years
for general legislation. The adjourned
session should be confined exclusively
to tne passage of the appropriation
The Gorei nment printing office isal
most daily iu receipt of letters from
medical men, throughout the country,
asking where they can obtain copies of
the Medical and Surgical History of
the War. A bill has recently been
introduced in Congress which author
izes the Public Printer to reprint from
the stereotype plates an edition of 50,-
000 copies of each of the four volumes
heretofore issued from the Govern
ment Printing Office. The fifth volume
is now going through the press,
Should the bill become a law, these
books will be gratuitously distributed
by members of Congress. Consequently
those desiring copies who make timely
Application, can no doubt be accommo
dated. The people of this country have
reasons to be tnankuu that that
greatest fraud of the nineteenth
century is soon to be retired to
private life. On the 4th of next month
his term of office will expire, and he
will go forth as a wanderer on the face
of the earth, despised by both of the
great political parties of this country.
The Plain Dealer of the 4th inst. says:
Three years and eleven months ago to
day occurred an event that was in some
respects the most, remarkable in the an
nals of this country, viz., the inaugura
tion of a defeated candidate, fur the jn esi
de.ncy! The American mind recoils in
horror from its contemplation. If such a
thing had been suggested to the foun
ders of this republic as among the
possibilities they would have laughed
the idea to scorn. But it was possible,
and the crime was perpetrated by a
party that bases its mam claim to
popular support upon its assumed
morality and supreme sense of justice
and right! We may conclude that the
people will never permit a repetition
of the crime, but its single perpetration
remains to disgrace the nation so long
as it endures. In one month from to
day General Garfield will be inaugur
ated as the usurper's successor. While
it is true that the ceremony will contain
nothing 'easing or satisfactory to
many thousands of people in' this
country, the inauguration will dispense
a certain beneficence in the fact that it
restores the government to ' an ad
ministration really chosen by the peo
ple. To that extent the awful disgrace
that has burdened the nation fcr so
long will be lifted. Let us be thankful.
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tlTair artumtw investigation
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M. Uaktkk, K-'., ol Mar.hell,
1 1' riitrii a. letter tiociuiuij,' to i.e a
'i'i:'.: (r tlie tiouiitiation fur
tavern..! . . V. Armstrong, of
1 'Iceland, h. also declined,
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j at IU Spring .n the I Uh inst.
u,, iia(! .,; l(, tilt ji,,r:n!i for his
jt,n. .(-. Wood at the time of his
deiith wud in the UNth year of his age,
uu.l i. the oldest iiiutubf i of the
Ilous-e in continuous servit e. He was
an uiilliiicl.inu: Heiiiucnil, altheugh al
ways ((mmajiilinjr the respect of all
parties, for his gentlemanly oud munly
Lea ri ug and 1 1 cat ment of his ci lleigu('s.
lie wai at one lime Mayor 'of the city
of Now York, and served in tho House
of Kepreseiitativos in 1811, '42 and 'i:i,
and was elected to the Twenty -seventh.
Thirty-eighth. Fortieth,- Forty-first,
Forty-second, Forty-'.hird, Forty
fourth. Forty -fifth, Forty-sixth and
Tin- I)in loc rats of this county and
district who are iu the habit of voting
against their party nominee are re
spectfully requested to give a careful
perusal to the following itam from the
Seneca Coiintv AdwiUir. ' It would!
be a good idea for some of them tPjint
it out ant) paste it in' their-hats, and
every ' time they feel like scratching.
their ticket from p'ereontvl' feeling .let
theiu take off their hat and again read
the item and 1'earn party wisdom:
A prominent Republican speaking of
GarMeltl's coming administration, nays:
"He will neither of inclination' nor from
policy put a Democrat in office, no mat
ter how good a man he may be," That
is the Republican policy, and it should be
a lesson to Democrats, who so frequently
defeat a nominee of their own party and
elect Republicans. The Republicans
maintain and keep up their organization
by this policy, and they would laugh at
any ' Democrat who could be so foolish as
to ask for an office at their hands. Yet
last fall, in this District, they elected a
Republican to Congress, over a Demo
crat. This suicidal policy must stop, or
the Democratic party might as well dis
band. Let Democrats stick to thsir party,
if thev believe in its principles, and in
this way success can be obtained. The
next House of Congress will have a Re
publican majority of one, and it was
given that maioritv. by Deoiocwits of
this District. 'iue party mat aoes sucn a;
suicidal act does not deserve success.
No Mother should be without Castoria
for Children. The old formula of Old Dr
Pitcher. It assimilates the food cures
Costiveness, Diarrhoea and wind Colic,
prevents raising Sour Curd, always fever-
ishness and destroys Worms, Castoria is
not narcotic. It gives health to the
child and rest to the mother. my20-ly
The following statement exhibits in
part the results of the first count of the
population of Ohio, according to the
schedules returned to the Census Ulhce
by the Enumerators of the several Dis
tricts concerned. The statement of the
population in relation to any township,
town, citv or county is still subject to
possible corrections by reason of the dis
covery of omissions or duplications oi
names in the lists of inhabitants returned:
.Morgan .'. 20,070
Alleii '. 81,32!)
Van Wert 23,050
Included in Allen County are four In
dians und half-breeds. Ashtabula and
Athens have one Indian each. Butler
County has one Chinese and three In
dians; Clermont County one Indian;
Coshocton one Indian. In Cuyahoga
County there are thirty-two Chinese and
one Indian. In Franklin County there
are eight Chinese and seven Indians and
half-breeds. Oallia County has one In
dian. In Greene County are three Chi
nese and nineteen Indians. Hamilton
County enjoys the society of thirty-eight
Chinese and ten Indians. Highland
County one Indian. In Lawrence County
there is one Chinese and three Indians.
Lucas County has three Chinese. Meigs
County, one Indian; Montgomery County
can show three Chinese and one Indian;
Muskingum, but one Chinese; Ottawa,
three Indians; Richland County, one In
dian; Ross County, one Chinese; Shelby
County, two Chinese; Stark County, one
Chinese; Van Wert County has thirteen
Indians; Washington County, one Chi
nese; Wood County, two Indians and
half-breeds; in Wyandot County there
are two Indians.
The Best Form.
The best form in which clectriciry is
embodied is Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil,
a sovereign and highly sanctioned spe
cific for rheumatic pains, and a thorough
ly reliable remedy for all affections of
the throat and lungs, used externally and
internally. For Sale by J. C. Saur.
A lUrrlble Ulsevery-TH laaaCara-
tloa Ball t Be XoaopolUH hr X-
jX.-UI I'V Plain IVal.T I
Washiskitos. February 13. The man
cem of the inauguration jambun-e have
jairuck aiiothtr nag ami Washington
wcirly if terribly torn up. it vat the
intention to make the inaugural hiu ball a
well alhtir. It waa intended that it
should have all tha aristocratic "tone" to
it that Washington society and theat -tendance
of lite -fii-Rt families" could sup
ply. Alas, for the vanity of human
hope: Over the.- magnificent exiecta
tions has come a cloud and that cloud in
the colored man and brother. The priceof
ticket was tiled tt tire dollarn with the
idea that the high price would shut out
the plebeian crowd. It was a vain delu
sion, for now the horrifying discovery
has been made that of tlie tickets thus
far sold nearly two thirds have been
bought by negroes. The complaints at
this slate' of affairs are loud and long
and the select circles of high Republican
society are fairly paralyzed by the idea
of gliding in the mazy waltz and all that
sort of thing, along with the dusky
swains and damsels of African descent.
The Republican party, the friend of the
oppressed colored man, is horrified at the
idea of his taking possession of an Inaugu
ration ball in this manner. It is ouei
thing to kick up a row becuu.se the ca
dets at West Point declined t associate
with an idle, worthless negro boy and to
pass laws compelling people to take the
coloretl man to their bosoms, but now
when the colored man exercises his in
alienable right to pay his five dollars and
go to the inaugural ball there is a terri
ble wail. But the mischief has been
done and it is hard to see how the diffi
culty is going to be got around. Asa
matter of fact since the negro has been
so persistently put forward as the social
equal of the white man it is difficult to
see why he has not as good a right to go
to the inauguration ball,, if he has the
wherewithal to pay for his ticket. At all
events hp is likely to be there, and the
sight which the ball will afford will bo
one of particular interest.
If the mother is feeble, it is impossible
that herchildren should be strong. Lydia
E. Pinkham's Yegetable Compound is a
perfect specific in all chronic diseases of
the sexual system of the women. Send
to Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, 233 Western
Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets. 2t
(ibing for Bob Ingersoll.
Bob Ingersoll evidently struck the.
wrong town when he lectured in Wil
mington, Delaware. The castigation he
received from Chief Justice Corregy who
recommended his indictment for' blas
phemy, was not suffered to go withouta
supplement. The final report of the grand
jury of Newcastle county, after strongly
endorsing theOnief justice's declarations,
wArmed up with a subject as followed:
"The audacity with which the notorious
blasphemer known as Robert G. Ingersoll
recently announced his purpose to lecture
in this city on infidelity, has no parallel
in the habits of respectable vagabondism.
Practically he therein propposes to destroy
the sanctity and comforting influences
of the Sabbath, to undermine the as
surances of faith and hope, the very
pillars upon which religion rests, to
spread broadcast among us people, happy
in the promises of the Bible, blank fear
ful doubt, to extinguish every ray of
light that may shine upon the trusting
Christian's path of life and in death
even to the soul's enternal rest. For the
assurances of prompt and exemplary
punishment which the honorable, the
court has expressed in all such cases
hereafter, not only the grand jury, but
all earnest Christians will give earnest
thanks, and to the end that this despised
reviler of religion may not again deal out
his impious rhetoric" in our city with
impunity, and grand jury recommend
that the city authorities be -requested to
prevent his public appearance here in
future in the character of arch-blasphemer
and reviler of God and religion.
Let him be taught that in Delaware
blasphemy is a crime and as such will be
punished by fine and imprisonment."
The Strongest Man Living.
Joseph Pospischill, who is now a prisoner
in the Austrial fortress at Olen on con
viction of highway robbery, is said to be
the strongest man living. One of the feats
for which he was renowned was to sup
port in the air, with his hands and teeth,
a table upon which two gypsies danced,
while the third fiddled. He and one of
his brothers, only less powerful than him
self, were wont to bear upon their shoul
ders a wooden platfotm shaped like a
bridge, while a cart full of stone drawn
by two horses was driven over it. The
other day, when the jail in which he was
confined was undergoing a visit from
the municipal prison inspectors, this)
Hercules volunteered to give the au
thorities a specimen of his powers, and,
upon receiving permission to do so,
picked up with his teeth a heavy ma
hogany table, nine feet long, and bal
anced it aloft for nearly a half minute.-
Sit down!" said a nervous old avntle-
tlemantohis son, who was making too
much noise. "I won't do it." was th
impudent answer. "Well, then, stand
up. I will be obeyad!"
W. H. Rickets, a wealthy young far
mer, living near Coshocton, O., commit
ted suicide Friday, by shooting himself
through the head. No cause assigned
for the act.
Mrs. Thompson, of New York City,
has given, during her life. $600,000
for the relief and elevation of her
fallen sisters. Noble woman!
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Deposits received. Collections atteudtHl to. Money
forwarded to all parts of the world at Iue lowest rates.
Atao represent the
Best Fire anil Life Insnrniice (.'oniyim
les in the Country.
THIS Is to give notloa that my wile, Havaunah
Clymer, ha- left my bed and board aud that I
will not be responsible for any debts which she miy
contract. JOHN CLYM15U.
Mapoleon, O., Feb. 16, 1881
NOTICE la hereby given that Herman Arps, guar
dian of the minor heirs of Krederiok Arps, deceas
ed, has filed bis first and final account for settlement
which will he for hearing March 12,
JAMES O. HALY,
Feb. 9, 1881.. Probate Judge.
lAH-fl. W. H.HcaAu.
HAGUE & HUBBARD
Attorneys and Counselors -At - Law,
Hipofaoa, Uranr Coontj, OUa.
'IU pracuce lb lav la all ttt branrtM. ia Hnry
v V ao4 aelgtibiirtaa- otmuUcs. Heal irr,li law au4
AbatncUof liUn, rull; Ofao lu HrlW
oa w lilntoa MM, ommimi Aoruiat OOtep.
A GOOD FARM
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'pUE UiiiWalgtird offpr a jtood fftrra of Hb terra f,.r
k sale rheap. Thafarm laailoatod on aaitr aoalk
weat of Hamler, Marion townahtp, Hrarjr county,
Onia. To laad at aa irood aa any la tha towuahiu,
and baa on It a ooil bob, araocry, loc barn, Ac.
A Rood orchard and well of alr Is oa Ui rauMea.
About 4k acrra elrand Farauua drairlna: to purcnaa
airood rannwUldo vaUtoeaUandaaauiuieloia una.
For f urthar particulars enquire on tbe premla.
ffbl7--Jm JACOB WOLrT.
Administrator's Sale of
IN jeratianca of an order of the Probate Court of
Usury county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at pabUc
anrUou, on Saturday, the Diut day of atareh, A. !.,
1831, at one o'ulork afternoon, at Ue door of tbe
Court Houee, in the vUlefrr of Napoleon, in aaid
county of Heury. the folbiwlna dtarnbt-d real mtate.
situate In the county of Henry and Saate of Ohio, to
wit: Lcrtu uumlered eurht 8 aud nine ,91, in Bloc
No. 2, in the viilatre of Napoleon, hi aaid comity and
A ppraiaed at $2,000. ;
1'uniia of sale une third oaall ill baud, one-third
in one year, and oue-thirdia two-yeara Ironi the day
of sale, with lntereat, peymeuts to be aetmred by
mortgage on the pretniaee Bold.
( HAS. KVK11S,
Executor of Kred Beciiniaau, deceased.
By V. M. Ruicmell. hie Att'y.
Napoleon, O., Feb. IS, 1881. ' febl7-4t '
M'OTICE la hereby given that JJc-wton S. Cole,
1 Guardian of the minor heirs of Jaoob Hloholt,
aereaaea, naa meet nia nrat ana nnai account lor set
Uemvnt, which wiU be for hcariug March 10th, 1811,
Feb. 12th, ISSI . Probate Judge.
. VOLU AIED.IL, l'AHISi IS1U.
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JCttr.':'!-: r ir . ,wa awarded
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ail tomritj miry Trilho.it wmovinir can.
Thk Di'isiiiHT or 4'adinht. Hh a oompartuirnt
under water tn!c, plums without ruiuoviux' caw.
TheElkvatoc Hub a hoisting arrangement tor
niiHiiw cjtna out of tank : Hkinm atttoinatlcaUy
Kfivare of iiiiitutinnB and liifniirtrnienLj.
t&"beud for"JJAiKiMAN" giving iarLicuiiiu.
VERMONT FARM MACHINE CO.,
Btl.I.OWS FAIXK, VT-
Has been in constant
use by the public
tor over- twenty years, v
and i the best preparation
ever invented for KESTOK
IXO GRAY HAIR TO ITS
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It supplies tho natural
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skin. It will Increase and
thicken tho growth of the
hair, prevent Us blanching
aud lulling; off, and thus
Tf. nirfa Ifi'ltlne. Wnn. I
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HAIR DRESSING It Is very
desirable, giving the hair a
silken softness which nil
admire. It keeps the head
' clean, street aud benltby.
will change the beard to a BROWN or
BLACK at discretion. Being In one
preparation it is easily applied, and
produces a permanent color that will
not wash off. .
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WMh the bast treetnente and renediea known to the
medical pruieMton o iLe .orki aad corahuttoe; full
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Bouudialloth.ftSjKi. Library Mtjle, $00.
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Wagon and Blacksmith
South Side of - Kirer, Xapolcon, Ohio.
Manttfartaren of Oartaaea, BiiKgiea, Hprlng aud
Lumber in atruna.- Alao repairing and repainting
done at reaaouabic ratea. Hurse Shoeing a Bnecicllr
WKalllpaTtheabOTvrewardforauT caoe of liver
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and never fail to give aatlafactlon. : Sugar coated,.
Large boxaa containing SO pilia, a erata. Foraalabj
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AoiiHe; at Long
of Memoir. ITnl-
BEFORE TAIIHQ.vcrsal Laxaitude, AFTER TAXIN8.
Pain in the Baca, Dimness of Vision, Premature Old
Ago, and many other Dieeaaee that lead to Insanity or
Consumption and a Premature Grave.
2-a"!'illl nartirulars iu our naimihlnt. which wa it.
eire to aend free by mall to even' one. rThe Hpeci-
a i r .... . i. , . i.n -it ,i , . . . ,
or six packages for S3, or will be sent free by mail on
receipt of the money, by addressing
.u. in,, mom d., 11U11 MU, A. 1 .
Sold in Napoleon by U. J. Humphrey and al) druggilir
Administrator's Sale of
IN pursuance of an order tanned by the Probate
Court of Henry county, Ohio, I will offer fur sale
at public auction, on the l'Jth day of March, A . !.,
1HH1, nt 2 o'clook P. M. upon the premiaea, in Liberty
Center, Henry county, Ohio, the following described
real estate situate in the village of Libei ty Center,
Henry county, Ohio, and known as lot number ou
(1) in Coons addition to said Tillage of Liberty Center,
with the appertenancea to the sutne belonging.
Appraised at $2119.
Terms of sale One-third aanh in hand, one-third in
one and one-third in two years from day of Kale. The
deferred payments to bear interest and be secured by
mortgage ou the premises sold.
OA KIEL W.HALL,
Admr of Kara P. J acobua, deceased. '
By W. Stephenson, hia Att'y.
Feb. 7th, 1881. $130
To Nervous SurTerers-Tho Creat
European Remedy-Dr. J. B. Simp
son's Specific Medicine.
It ia a positive cure for Spermatorrhea, Seminal
Weakueas, Impotency, and all disease resulting from'
Self-Abuse, as Mental Anxiety, Loss of Memory,
Pains In Back or tiide, and diseases that lead to Con
lty and an early
Medicine is being
used with wonder
free to all. write
for them and get
Price. Specitic, S1.J per package, or eix packages
for $0.00. Address nil orders to
J. B. MIMPWON MEDICINE CO.,
No. 1118 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Sold iu Napoleon by J.l.'. Saur and all druggiala
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