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do' no Main and Virus utret. Tb. roe
e"d ry d yt' was: 7.a. m.. 8degreein
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ABOUT THE CITY.
In the police court yesterday, Herman
hblo and Ulrich Gelig were each fined
3 said costs for distlrturbn the mpeace.
James Foster was convicted of assault
in the police court yesterday. and Judge
Fitaserald Imled upon him a fine of as
and costs, as fault of which he was cony
May, the daughter of James Clark, died
early last evening, aged & years, 6 ounILths
asd days. The funeral will he held
orm the boure., o Hickory street, to-new
row afternooL n at 2 o'elock.
Tbhe first annual hil of John A. Logan
(Camp, No. I, Nons of Veterans, will he
held to-morrow evening at Evans' (pera
Hose. The young men. have spared no
pasin to make the affair oase of unusual
brilliance and pleasure. The floor anan
ger will be G. L. Npler, assisted by C.
Knopfel. 0(, S. Dougherty. R. J. Golker,
A. W. Oliver and W. V. Whitley. The
eommittee on recelptilt is coupaIjed of
H. W. Stephens, P. kHrtslc., T. W. Hayesr
W. W. Priestley and G. S. E. Wisnuer.
The committee on arrallgenwelnt are F.
DBrterh, A. W. Oliver. A. Goekkr, R. J.
Golder. W. W. Priestley. George Hertlch
and H. H. Taylor.
Thle Ilrm of Motter & Morris has
disolved, and Professor Mutter having
left the city. Professor Morris will con
tinue to conduct the dancing mehool in
Whis city. He will give instructions to a
mixed elass every Wednesday evening
and every Saturday eveni•ng a social will
be held. A gr masquerade hail will
be given at vans opera house on Chrlst
ms night, Suits m be obtained at the
Mattie-loxk. J.P. Morrll.
Phil Grsin, of St. Louis. has purchased
an interest in the Anaconda Brewery, and
hereafter the Amnaconda Brewing cen.tpany
will be cotlpaoed of Phil Gre-in and Wan.
Paul. one of thel. g.slllltlemen who has lol
much in the old cogmpany to give time Alia
conda beer a splendid r-jputation. Thle
new iran. uomnlw.ei of Interi rprisitmi atnd
experienced meet, will give* the public a
first claus line of bottled aed, keg beer.
People in the vicinity of Anasconda should
sue the Antaconda beeIr.
The maost comnplete line of ldrss trim
aings in the city is at E-tee & Co(nell's.
If you want the finest hat uade in tie
world for lightness and durability, get the
Christy at rttes & Connell. and no other.
New underwear. oe-shirts, neck wear,
hat and caps, boots and shoes, at Eates
Lases & Maxwell are closing out their
clothing, and offering samen regardless of
Chest protectors at ('reu' drug store.
WeUsee P. O. M. o A.
Business of Im.portance to be transacted
at next meeting. A full attendance* i de
sired. C. F. Walker. Se..retary.
Artists' materials at ('rees' drug store.
Dr. Tonm, CaroeeN
a stoppinj at Soo I~e'*s, on Sco.n d
street, near Main. Anaconda.
Go to "Jack" ()naraleinm for the flnest
lunch and Bohemlian beer in the city.
One hundred boxes apples at Neal's.
Price --OO per box.
AD.woo ladle.' cloth m. at Estes &
New Christmas ties at Estes & Councils.
On ronable terms a large kitchen
a digHn rom, furnslbd . Inquire at
At EZt. ` Cnd ls the cheapest all
mel hosiery every eamend for sale . n
New is tie ALme to bor our ciHga and
John& V. Petrits earries she
aeof New York, Key
eiumrm Ia the west
HE WASTED HIS BREATH
SeMior Mr OMOe te tahe It d
ate verWs IMume.
Me-mbei et *t Owa Party matess ** Pto
Amy AtmeeaSse 0to b MISSLt--Ne
Cbmage ito he MUIatwem
Opertal to ter tanlard.
H-LurA, Dee. 17,-At theopening of the
enate thel morming Leuoenant-Governor
Richards announced to the rsnate that a
eornmuneication bad beenl received from
th governor. It was ordered to be read
by Clerk Gilbert. During the readin., the
mean partisnship of Fisher cropped out
again. He intruded with a motion that
the reading he stopped. hut none of the
republican usnatorm seconded it. At the
conclusion Fisher again aruse and moved
that the message he returned to the gov
ernor. but this insult received no support
from hin party followers and the motion
was not placed before the snate. During
his remarks Fisher's ignorance was
shown when he said that there
was no precedent for reading a mesage
of this character in an unIorgaiiseid Im~ly.
There are several prece l'nt for unch ac
tion, notably in the Thirty-sixth congress,
whent the preiklent's mesage was re
ceived before he had been waitted on by a
Joint committee and before a speaker of
the house of representaItives hadl been
elected. Accosnpanying the message was
a letter from the governor infornming the
senator. that the imnportance of the mnat
ter was the reanon for siudllln the nme
sage to the untorganised senate, and that
there were precetlents for suclh acttion.
The reading of the m( iessa was listeniedl
to withi interet and attention by tlh rc
plla.licans, inamy of wholn afterward ex
prm-red tleir satiufirtiton with inaIy por
tions of tle messame.
It is generally regarlkd as an alie doc
umnent, and it pleases all demnocrats in
every part. It was read to the house of
representatives at the same hour as in the
senate. After Messrs. Wallace, Tools
and Breen were appointed as a select
committee of apportionment, the house
took a reesas. In the afternoon session
the eommittee reported that the appor
tionment of the message to the various
oenmnittees was completed. and the
result was read to the house.
It was recomnunended that the
speaker appoint another committee
on public works and olllcers. Some dis
cuaslon over changes. in the rules fol
lowed and it was decided that a standing
committee on rules should he appointed.
Leave of ahmence for two days was grant
ed to Mr. Wallace, and the house ad
journed until to-morrow morning.
The rump house did very little to-day
and nothing of signiflcanc.. 1Senator
Ilrown is quite Ill and did not attend the
session of the senate this morning.
There is no talk thin evening of any
prospective chanlre in ths situation.
EIaLlblStkma at reat Falls.
Npecal to the Ntandard.
GKIAT FALLSt Dec. 17.-The town exhi
bltion wasr formally opened this evening.
Thlere i a lOne dtlisplay of min.erals. pic
tures, books and Indian rurk.aitie.. The
collection inel.ules somw copy from
tihe pen of Horace Greemley, and somw fine
perlianensn of Montana grasses ftr.m Prof.
Fret Atrsrmo's colldctil,. The pro.
ceeds of the exhibition will he given to
the* Baptist chlurch.
The city councll granted this evening
an electric liglht franc hi* to (Charles ().
Parson.s, of tae Boston & Montana coan
General Sluperintenldent kHeckler was at
Saud Cmulk*e to-day maklng arran.e
anletat for providing tihe coal miesm with
adtklithoal facilitkes. He says the Belt
Mounltainl railroad receive. freight at
prse-omat and will soont he opeladl for
We are organizing two watch and dia
mond clubs, of fifty members each. One
requires the payment of one dollar per
week and the other of two dollars per
week. This manner of buying watches,
diamonds and other line Jewelery has
beconne very popular. The small amount
required each week places a me1n1hersbip
within the reach of eve.rone, and the
money you pay in would erhpa he blown
in il msome other way and you would have
nothing to show for itL but by joining our
cluhbs and withot feeling it a burden you
soon have an elekgnt pIOem of Jewelery.
We wish those thillking of Joinilng clubs
woukt call at otur store ani see the quality
of gooadn we propose furnishing llmeuler
of oulr cllbs. We have the newest andl
briglltest stock and thle ibt values for thu.
mloney. J. M.nIIl I., & (C'.
)r. Leavitt, of Hutte. is a guest at 1tlw
M. J. (onnell. of the Ebtes & ('onnell
Mercmantile e.nlpanly. was Inl tht ciity yew
G(."eral Manager Baldwin and N. J.
( 'lHrien. superintendent of traelporta
tion of the Montana Union. wese In towns
J. Timm.sL ,n. of Butte; W. P. Aeder
onn, of St. Paul, and S. Malreh.mean, of
Butte, art arong yesteeday's a riv al.
Mad 3meeugh of the Tar..
Prom the BrMnklyn Kstle.
"('nomn over to our church and hear nme
preach this morling." saki the psrtor; "if
you don't like the .ermon you will the
ntusle; we are going to have somse of the
loveliest chants you ever listened to."
N-'o, thanks." replied Mr. Badnan, for it
was Ih, "I took conme in the gratb-bg, the
fisl, pond. the ring cake, and the prise
doll at your fair last week. and I haven't
a tent lft for the conltri11tion bhasket.
(;Gum I'll stay out till ny luck changest."
In the heart of thre winter mseaon.
Estee & Connell Mercantile Co. have
snuak, a ipn..ral cut of 10 per cent on their
entire linle f clothing. See that you get
10 per cent. off on all purchlaes of cloth
Smoke the "La Rosa" cigar, for sale by
Crem, the drugist.
3Ites d Conuo a l' OI.UO Ivaies' cloak i
For ine wm or silk underwear for esame
go to sotes & Connell's.
All shades of plushe. at batese & Con
sell for 3s cent.
Ro to Min s. V. Whit. for tshe best sad
most conmpnete ine of millinsry goods
ewer otered in Anaconda.
Christmas ties, silk m .s. milk head
kermlsl, smhokledsred silk suspenders
and sppers at 3ses " Conneal.
DI.R LODO I TOPIS.
eelmis Ir m oHIo e
Duns LOOs. Die. 17.-The eam ~a wt
iste aemainJ Jdame Tlie, ebmraiwlit
eiesliaga . eer heleola t*ia * the P
Drthe. Of New Chiagoe , wp. o tah
jury sa*e Hatrdrw eveunin. The g *r- w
malned out al of Hat urdr 4lss ad
asueo n Nunday tfrenoensdn r ad ra
that they were ueabte to agreo, a d r
theepos dibehared. Irome earv -
tiom with aemne of the Juormes it i
leared that the jur stood ten far emvie
tiO and two for aedultal. Tbh ease w.
probhily not be reached aain until Jan
Coreellst D. Be-stl was taled ril
hut n sareeut the mm oft wit
ems was ips until Jeausep. This
emu has hd a bory. Th eb s An a
aammit wis lantent to murdnter lob
MaYrs t. eriLkhism on at med h asn
u at Mulen Tunnel abaou two yee go.
An iadictment was found and ahltr the
mm was continued for a term as, two was
--nally beaught t.o ial, but otath trial a
variance was found between the eode.,ce
and the indictmaent on the rms of the
prn-s-utin r witnass am whish was
bhene tbhee was a son-aldt. Sullmea was
hekl under bond and was ro-ndldlted at a
suhseequst term, and now the ems is con
Jildge Hiram Knowle. and Mr. John P.
Forble were n town yesterday.
sunaday Jobn H. Dul atteam, eame
ho.ne from Virginal y very had
condition physically. Two or threes weeks
go be bla permsoal dliendlty with a
miner in Deer Lodge, endi in a fight.
Mr. Duffy was bitten upon one of his
cheeks. At first little was thought of the
injury, hut it has since developed into a
hbd came of bloodl-poioning. An olr
tin hlan been performed, but Mr. DuOsy is
still a very sick amn.
The .ase of the state agalinst Palen
Schalea for removing a corner pest on
the Higth Tariff mining claim in the (tro
Fine district was to-day tried in the dis
trkit court and resulted int the convlction
of the defendant hotord a jury i and as the
defeodant had been in jail for a oonskir
able length of time on the lharge, the
jury recenmnended the defendant to the
meary of the court.
To-morrow the case of the state against
Theodore Milroy forthe killingof Patrick
Dooley will he called for trial.
DIlatee Was Net Lyrmeab.
inpr.ta to the Mtandard.
sPoxiAea FALLS, Wash., Dee, IS,-The
report that Ben Blanton, who maudrrod
Thomas Click at Colf:ax, yesteday, was
lynched last night is unfounded. Blan
tou was lodged in Jail. His trial is set for
nest week. He lives at U.keadal.. Pre
vious to the killin he had been heard to
say that he would kill both Click and
Doble. On the day he went to Colfax he
made the remark : "If the grand Julry
find a true hill against me 'll Ms all of
'em." Blanton has the reputation of ibe
ing a very bad man. The feeling i. bitter
against him and he will undoubtedly hang.
HOME WATCH AND DIAMOND CLUBS
Mr. KeppIkr Ogrlalsal Ameelatamra of
Gree" temeiat to Their Memsbees.
At the request of a very large number of
patrons, J. (. Kepplur hai decided to or
ganise horne watch and diamnosnd cluhs, in
order that the people of this city anl vi
cinity nmay have an opportunity to procure
goods upon that satinfactry plan. tiliclt
ing agents of outskle clubs have hbem in
this place lately,and when it is considerled
that their comnllision is necemuarily add
ed to the esmt of the goads purchasied it
will he seen that the home clhb oilers a
kdckkld advanitage over outskle ones, as
the agentn' conlimisson i done ueway with,.
and Mr. Kepper canll thus dispoan of oe
at price below what the name artict eds
he puerchased elsewhere. Another cone
meldhable feature of the home club is that
all kinds of gooscasn he purchased by its
sawnshres wheas outside clubs comfae
their sales solely to wattches ad
diamonds. The term.s ae the msual one.
of t weekly payments. Mr. Keppler I.
now in readiines to take numbers for a
$o1o club, a o club and Ia SW0 club. For
further information Jatply at
. Jeweler AnaondP
l-Idulln· d.. er, Anaroe do.
TOLD IN A LINE.
Complete line of cartridges as Aneon
da Hardware Co's.
Guns for rent at Anaconda Hardwai.
Guns and ammunition at the Anaooesa
For style, good goods and a perfect fit,
go to Este Conell's for your clot ing.
Loaded shells at Anaconda Hardware
Estee & Connell are marking their new
stock of clothing and Iprnlishinag rads at
prices that will please all who want irst
If you want a suit of clotlee ~nade to
ordker call at Este. & Connlll. They have
over 800 samnples to select from, and guar
antee a perfect fit.
What I. Yo.u Koew
about the Superb Pullenunl l)inilng ('ar
which havlu, hen recetltly pla'ed ills erv
.ce via the I'nion Pacifit. "Thme Overland
Route ?" They runs on the fanst Vestiule
Elxpnre between ('calneil Bluffls alid DIen
ver and on "Tlhe .ianited Past blail" be
tween Coutcil Bluffs and Portland.
If you want to get a sumnptious meal
while traveling, don't faill to take the train
on which these Diners run. Meals. which
cannot he surpauisd in any of the fli. l
class hotels in the country, arm served in
these cars at Tie. each.
UIilON ACI'IC IAILWAV.
BU.TK. MGMt., Nov. W,. IMal
Agests in Molatna: A rat of one and
one-fifth tare for the round trip to apply
locally within a distance of I00 miles has
been nude for the Christmas and New
Year holidays. Tickets to be soki iecn
her t `2' and 81, 1am. and January 1, )D.
Final limit. January 8, Il10. Advise the
public. Youm. truly, J. A. L.wis, g.ene..
A. T. Playter lha just received a fresh
lot of genuine Henry ('lay cigars.
The latest fall and winter shapes in the
celebrated Christy hats, at Fates & Con
Jobh V. Petr t
Hua just rreceved 0,OO cigars whkich will
be placed on the market at remanuwsbe
A. T. Plarter has just reeved a large
stock of pants and window glass.
Crowley makes speclaltles of turkey
dinner and ofelre as mother made it.
Large Invoke of the finest lurnishlagn
to. I just reoelived at stes & Ca
Twenty-Ive per cent is taken off hem
all album baought t btes 6 Con&
TAUL OP T1 TOWW.
n -am asaii -s dt
.000@v Omf the Ulmao uI
wbe was kinlde an Owe Menemas Umles
wearoed es was begn. this er
Iog. The Jury vewed ism e senales whish
were them ltakes to Shermma's mendemia
nlag rems. Thie ersleer mad sem-na
were emtle--- aMd th.e eow wa then ad
-N mamU th ~e e tosWs meow
Tle uneal l of Mrs Edwd P.
will take plae at o o'oelock tenmrow e
T1he t9 emew will nvest eomrw
"tC. 'M.P"-tdees of CaU IlrIa ams entered
anto pMrtwrsl"p WHTkJ.S. CWrlv.
Geeowm ClI. Iv Larvlk oan m o
Lavellcdi at 4 o'loek tthis mirawn
Dr. Hough lS for the t last eve
Ing, to be goee several weeks.
mi Amelias Dudley was arrested t
pflera Dum for ben ar nt. hbe
plad mllty and was ulmtened to T days
Pau Anehllan, charged with robbing
Uie safe of the Northweste Hotel, was
released today on 4IM bonda.
Ofoers Carroll ond MeLaLgen were
called to the Star livery stable this after
noon where Samuel Morgan was rasinS
a terrible row. He bad a revolver and
was Uhreatenin to bhoot somebody. He
rested arret but was taken along. To
s ight he was arraigned on four
charges: disturbance of the peace,
reristing an oflcer, carrying con
coaled weapons and drawinr a deadly
weapon, with threatening to kil John Doe.
He pleaded guilty to the charge of disturt
ance and was lined five dollars and costs.
To the other charger he pleaded not.ulty
anol tlux orn n o -t -w. Wr-il w
The triao d Pabile Adminiator Mu,
phy charged tw Mrs. Victor Hugo with
nmaliclous mislaie was continued to-night
hefor+ Judge Eddy. After the pe t--on
had finished its evidence, tam defense
asked for a non-suit on the ground that
allegations of the complaint had not been
roved. Judge Ediy took time to prepare
hi deciior on the matter.
A petition of leading citisens is now be
img prepared requesting Mayor Kenyon
to veto the action of the council in adopt
inr the Gano r fire alam retenm.
The fair for the benent of St. Patriek's
paremliat bchool continued to-nirg and
the success beomes more decided with
each evening. Voting was begun on the
contest for the most ponular young lady
et Butte between Miss Manmie Bowe arl
Miss Kate Peters. The pise s an el
want gold watch, donated by Height
Fairfield. Voting will close Friday. Vo
cal and instrumnental muusie were fur
nished during the evening.
For 815 a month you can buy a lot In
Columbia City Butte's choice resident
loadity,that will double in value in twelve
months. Call on or address the E. T. C. B.
company. 41 East Broadway. Butte. Mont.
THREE MEN ROBBED.
A Goad Night ir h Pootpae and Ptsekpakete
sec, iCal .cs.aisee ar the Iltaldard.
Buarrr, Dee. 17.-As far as ascertained
only three men were relieved of their
money last night. One was C. P. Drennan,
who was met by a highwayman as told in
this morning's STANDARD. Another is a
Swede, whose name cannot he spelled.
He complained this nmorning that he had
h.oel relieved of three 100 bills while in
the ('lipper Shada. saloon in East Park
street. He stayed there all night, drink
ins with the girls of the h&ue a.nd
musd his money about daylight this
nornine. City Marshall McArthur
earch.d all the inmiates of the
place but could find nothing
of the wede's money.
A a named Phil Sawyer complains
that he had been robbed of his pocket
book containing $100 and a check on a
Helena bank for W$O0. He had the money
in his side coat pocket, and entered a
gambling house in South Butte. He set
at the faro table and played $10. When
he lut it he arose to go. But when he
arose he found that while the taro dealer
had been relieving him of $10 a pick
ket had relieved him of his pocket
. Payment has been stopped on the
W. B. Parker was held up by a high
wayman last night on Montana street.
Parker is a miner at the Goldkmith maine
and received his check yesterday. Like a
sensible man he turned all his money
over to his wile and took $ o.ly to go up
town and huy a pair of overalls. The
footpad thrust a msn in his hace and P..
ter surendered the dollar and want with
out the overalls.
iname N..1 20111611 Suesed.
3psaAW Ct -mr of the Sm, rd.
Bluren. Dee. 17.-Tbh following are the
real estate temnamtains rugorewd slnce
our last report:t
Eduard culmon to Joseph tohobaieln,
for $1.Q00. lot 1 In block 3, of Butte.
Harriet and (lharles tewart to 3. M.
Adamn, foe SWO, interest lin Uttle Taus
(Charles Hauton to Josephine Godchaux,
for $1, lot in Galena street.
Doe .. Want at Pr. .nt
for a lady or gentleman. old or young?
Go to D. J. Hennessy Mercantile oom
pany and look over their stock of fancy.
useful and ornamental ('hristmas goods.
Displayed on their counters are ever
class of holiday goods that good taste an.
careful selection could suggest. They
certainly have the choicest line of theme
articles ever yet shown in our city.
Lave ord ers at Neal's your Xmas
Drink BobhemLan o Hobreawu beer at
Ja.k naurbela's, the oly place OI tbs
dlty to get it.
Miss H. V. White has e just reoelved a
full line of French Inported bats.
War want o m e6 Maawell
have decided to dpoontinue the carrying
of elothin and are sacrlficing profits to
clome out the line.
Go to Nears for Hol.ay goots.
Winuor & Newton's tube paint. 10 rent
at Cress' drug store.
Money to loan on improved farms and
Sity property. tee advertiement Nortb
western Guaranty Loan (o.
GOuns and rifles at Anaconda Hardwar
Furnihelwd roomes for Ilhbt ouekik *nC
on Third street. west of .Maple. .les
"T" Standard olike, Anaconda. Montana.
Vw cutte.r, deliver y alebs and bob
slrds, o to the Montana Lumber & Pro.
('aI and .e. lster & Connel. MOnt
The Manhattan d. ebirt was rnevad
esterday at lates & ConneD's.
Istltisn cards netly written, at Trippa.
Ladies all wod scarle underwear at
=.t. . Coupell. feor tent.
Hennessy Mercantile Co.
Prices the Lowest.
CALL 7.ND EX M~lINe.
D. J. Hennessy Mercantile Co
Corner Oak and First-sts.
I. I. JACOBS,
41 West Park-st.,
B IT-.- MONT.
Fine and ladiam Gradis of Fors
Made to Order a Specialty
hParticularu Atttetle Give to Ileelng
and Isnalqg Old saltais.
HIgh Market Pr ce Pai d for Saw Furs.
Anaconda Livery Stable
D. O. loWNLW.,L Paoraumua.
Buggies; Saddles and Horses
O0ee and Ublebh virm geet, Ane ma.
IN THE IHTRICfT COURT OP THE COUNTY
Aof Deer Lade, . ate of MoItana.--In the
matter of the ealtae of ucharlre IPeloqer de
.icased order to show cause Why order of m6; or
res etat should ant be made. ierre Lemo.ne.
the admialastrtor of the estate of uhariste
teloquier. decae.d, baringr Ied hn pettion
hereil p ing for an onler of ae of the real e.
tate of k decedent. f. r the Durpomme therei
met orth, it therefore ordered by the udge o
d rortthat all persona laterted I thee
tle ofia es dea ed apar lleomre the maid ISis
tre€t Court on MXada. the 7th daiy Jameuary
Ie. 1 at o'clock Sh fnrenon of Mai.l day, at
the court room of aid Il)rtta m CUurt t the court
homue tl mod Couaty of aeer Iodo show
c huw why a o der shoukt aot bI.uted to
aid Pierre Lmolae to efl ma mh of the
eataLe d the added e med ae tte Peloquirr
A I.al b n" e.emar. And that a eor o this
order be publuhed once a wree - tlseant four
moe-msve- weeks ti Anacomna ad .a nw
IsDeJ I.e . s dm. tw w
* J. C. KEPPLER*
Vatchmaker and Jeweler,
D I A TONIi D S.
Watche Clocks, Jewelry, Op
tical Ooods, Sllverwars, Etc.
W. C. HIAYNES.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES
Tu.rnemts mUCM c.relar cau ao.
First-Class Turnouts and Mod
lut tret. ~Sa of Ma l. Ammada. Mat.
Vrm sprilg Livery Stable.
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LANDAUS. BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES.
O r SADDL OMB hr I*ess a Q
aeo see s Past the Rmw Ue.
CHAS. W. PRENCH. Proprietor.
rim ams., Wed ot Mlai Auaemda. Mie.
THE ARCADE SALOON
cormer Fromt a.d Ma. n me.
The irnest of Imported Wines
Liquors and Cigars
Teab. smm Ism ame eartr ea med.
An Elegant Free Lunch.,
'erU.d bt.s Day ad NII.t.
CROCKET & KING.
Stationers # Booksellers
CIGARS. TOSACCOS, ETC.
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