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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3,1886.
B- S. DINKINS, Editor.
The Wilmington S!ar speaking of
the recent fire in Wilmington, iml which
between a half and a million of dollaSr'
worth of property was destroyed, s
the fire was caused by a viohtuon of
A writer in the -V an,'i a 'lod
signing himself "A simon pure farm
er" complaining of the many grievan
ees imposed upon the farmer by the
Vandallawyer, declares the voracious
set have actually gobbled up all the
offices of judge. Poor fellow, how he
must suffer! May be the ermine would
heal his wounded spirit.
LRNS LAW ISUMMARY.
The News and Courier of the 25th
inst. has nearly three of its pages i
led with opinions, gathered from its
correspondents in the various coun
ties of the State, as to the effect of the
late amendment to the Lien Law, giv
ng the landlord a priority lien, on the
farming interests of the State. The
views, expressed widely differ as to the
wisdom of the act, but the opinion
generally prevails that the farmer, as
aclass, have been materially benefitted.
The correspondent from Oakland, in
'Clarendon, says: "Land owners are
pleased with the law, as they feel more
secure than ever before in collecting
the rents. Merchants and others ac-:
customed to make advances upon
crops are-more ca-:eful than they have
been hitherto. Laborers are iiot so'
eager to rent as heretofore. Conse
quently day labor is more plentiful."
The Manning correspondent wntes:
"The priority of the lien law has had
very little perceptible -<Pet on the
mtinerests of Clarendon Coun-!,
ty.' The merchants are taking about
the same number of supply liens, but
they are more careful in what they
furnish on thdse liens. The rent of
land is the same as last year, except
in a few cases where it is a little lower.
The supply and demand for labor is
nearly the same, and less than twenty
five laborers have been enticed to try
Georgia and Alabama trrpentine
farms. Tenants and laborers are in
as good conditian as before the act1
was passed." The above is, as far as;
we have been able to learn, a correct
summary relative to the effect of the
priority law in Clarendon. We have
taken the pains to examine the Clerk*s
office, which contains about the usual
number of liens on file, and from fur
ther information derived from various
sources we are satisfied our County
has in no wise been iujared by the
passage of the law. The only effect
perceptible, has been to check the reek
lessness of the lienor, and the extrav
igance of the lienee. Anathemas
mountain high at one time heaped
upon the creators of the law, may yet
be. removed and paeans of praise sub
Two of the greatest drains upon
our country since the late war, with
out commensurate good, (in our judg
~'ient,) has been worthless insurance
companies and trifling fertilizers. They
*have snpped deep, and to the quick.
They ha've played a heavy game upon
the upright, honest working man, and
these wounds are slow to" heal; leav
ing behind them sears deep-cut and
The old insurance business, which
was a~ tarnish upon all honorable
transactions in most cases, is about
*dead and a new, healthy growth has
taken its place ; but its counterpart
still staks coldly in the noonday sun
light, seeking whom it may devour.
It bears the gentle and euphonious
name of FEE'ILrmm, and although no
good seems to come from most of it,
it.frowns and kicks if its utter worth
lessness is shown up to those whose
patronage it seeks.
Recently some of the shortcomings
-of these manufacturers have been
~brought to light by a careful and thor
ough analysis. This is public proper
ty, and the newspapers taking hold of
it-have so used it. For this sin, libel
is threatened, war is declared, and
general distruction made liminent.
It is indeed laughable- .we should say
contemptible if it were serious; but,
alas, it is nothing. As well nighit a
paper be libelled for calling Benedict
Arnold a traitor, or Judus Iscaniot a
"ILy on, McDuff, and damned be
be who, first cries 'hold, enough.' "
We have a grave complaint to make
against those wvho, appointed by the
Supreme Court to examine applicants
for admission to the Bar, so far forget
their sacred obligations to the Becnch
and Bar of South Carolina as to pass
any applicant however ignorant and
unprepared upon a sham examination,
and to turn them loose upon an inno
cent and unoffending community un
der the pretext that they can't do any
harm. Such ignorant limbs of the
law as are to be found in the persons
of somie of the colored candidates that
for the past few years have been li
censed to practice upon the ignorance
and credulity of their race as approv
ed "lawyers" under the sanction of
the Supreme Court of South Carolina
are a sad commentary upon the stan
dard of educastion necessary to prac
tice law in South Carolina. If the ex
aminers who confribute to swell the
-number of those entitled to be lawyers
have no higher sense of the obligation
that rests upon them as onilcers of the
Court as not to subject applicants to a
more through examination of attain
ment and capacity, and moral charac
ter, it would be better if it had never
been made the rule that they should
be subject to the certified sanction et
-the Supreme Court judges at all.
In years gone by, when it was an
onor to be of the Bar of South Car
their license except upou indubitable
evidence that the applicant was not
only of good moral character and was
capableand prepared, but that he
had been at least two Years a student
of law in the ofilee of some "respect
able practicing attorney."-'an'U,
THE SSAULT ON ITRT W-WNE
pu''! lb -. in ;wjraiier .
0" ruised the FCIerals at a dou
ble quick, saluted by a simultaneous
outbreak of hot shot; an implacabe.
coicent'ated fire from Sunter, Gregg,
and James island. They began to
al)pCciate just then the null meaning
of "a .Rol:udn for one's Ohiver.
And coiinus in the van, on
Camnie tE lill m10s uided and unfor
tunate Mssachut 'ts Colonel Shaw,
his lonug lair waviin behiud him, as
he led his stble u/u/S j&as. A
1)otion followed ila over the ditch
and ulaluted their flag upon the ranm
parts, where the Colonel was shot
and instany hiilcd. The others,
Lowover, could not endure the sight
of that gaping ditch-or the revolting
sensation of winged metal, viciously
near-therefore, they broke, and un
der the influence a panic, disgraceful
and irretrievable, acted rather like
wild brutes let loose from a menage
rie, than reatsoning, responsible men.
They bluidered iirst upon the Ninth
daine, and afterward upon the Seven
tv-Sixth Pennsylvanlia, partially des
troying the organizatlon of ooth.
Sonie of the frightened creatures
ran like deer; others, in the base pa
ralysis of terror, prostrated theiselves
uuon the ground, crawling along on
ands and feet.
Then, in startling contrast with this
pusillanimity of i: Diack Regiment,"
by the s of which even the action
c Ue Spartan Helots (who confront
ed bravely enough their masters'
spears, and cowc-red oidy at the crack
of the whip) looks like loftiest hero
ismn; then a -rand deed what the old
Northmen would have called a deed
of derring-l, was performe-d by men
of the ever doniinant Caucasian race,
the thought of wvhich, as I write a
quarter of a century after its occur
rence, here in the tranquil Indian sum
mer, makes my heart beat and pul
ses throb tumultuously. Across the
narrow and fatal stretch before the
fort-every inch of which was swept
by a hurricane of tire, a besom of des
truction-the sixth Connecticut, Col
onel John Cliattield, charged with such
undaunted resolution upon the south
east sailent, that they succeeded, in
the very face of hell, one may say, in
What though their victory was a
barren achievement ! what though for
three hours they were penned in, no
support dariug to follow them! friend
and foe ailke now, as then, must hon
or and salute them as the bravest of
the brave I
Grinlv they held on to the sailent
they had taken. Indeed, retreat was
next to impossible. Even a body of
roe ilaies are naturally indisposed
to taste twice of the Hadean flame !
Vainly a section of the Charleston
Irish'volunteers endeavored to dis
lodge them. They were repulsed, and
thir Captain, Ryan. killed. A detail
from Major David Ranmsey's comn
mand, advancing upon the same er
rand, the gallant Mlajor was struck in
the back hy 'a shot from the bomb
proof, and'fell mortally wounded. But
the enemy were at this time retreat
ing from all par-ts of the field. Their
demoralization was complete. Never
theless, a sharp) fire of grape and muns
ketry hissed over the faces of the sa
lient until the Thirty-first Georgia
regiment (who had just reached the
island with Brigadier-General Ha
good) charg~ed over the south scrap
and two companies of the Charleston
battalion, Captain Julius Blake, de
ployed along the western face, when
the Sixth Connecticut, convinced that
the mame was up, sensibly surrender
The history of the war, rife with
desperate conficts, can show no more
teric strifec than this. It was, in
more than one particular, a battle of
Wuix~arex, Feb. 2G, 18t86.
Another trio oif conventions has been
held in this~ city durin g the week.
Washington has longm been ai hzorn'pi
lst in this renet. It 1as e(se to. be'
the unquestioned rendezvous for all
kinds of associations. Meteorologists
have been here talking about the
weather; the Swedonborgians have
been in council, and distinguished ed
ucators from all parts of the Country
haebeen discussing their broad sub
Iae h latter gathering was a large,
re~resentative one, and its interchange
of views wa useful to the system with
which it is identified, as well as of in
terest to all friends of the common
As to Congress, tile Senate contin
es to disagzree on the great Educat
ional Bmil, and the House continues to
waste time and talk on all kinds of un
impor tant subjects. It becomes more
evden every day that the expedi
tion of business under the new rules
of t'e House is not expedited to anx
appreciabe extent. There is nothing
n the newx rules to prevent nmemibers
fom min g irrelevant speeches. If
tiey desire to stray away fromi thc
sbjct, there is no way to head them
For iustance the House goes into
Comt uittee. of the whole on the private
alndar A private bill i~s taken ur
and a Representative offers an amend
mnent to it anid then branches off and
makes a long speech on the silver
question, as did MIr. Scott, the :nillion
aire member from Erie, Penn., a few~
days ago. For the present, however,
Satrday has; been set apar: for- gener
al debate, andl it is hoped this will
prevent business being disturbed or
other dRays bv memabers who hiave
speeches to deliver on special sub
Senator George, of Miss., is one of:
the latest contributors to the Educat
ional debate. lie cited a number of i
instances in which money had been ap
propriated from the National Treas
ury to Puriposes not enumerated in
the constitution, and asked Senators
where, in their view of the corstitut
ion. they fo id authority fir sendig
sips t ieland in 1S17., and to France
and GerIm in 187(;, to relieve dis
tre s in those counitries.
"Wi gve 1 nilliolis of ionev, SaL
he, "to a Centennial Exposition, and a
"ood deal of money to the New Or
leais x'%position. Where was the au
thority in the Constitufion for that, or
for a bureau of agriculture ? Where
wlas authority to establish and main
tain a congressional library? If to ed
uCate CongrCssnien, why was an ap
propriaticu for their education more
conlstitutio-nal than an appropriation
to educat.e Ibeir constituents?
Senator Gray, of Delaware, hoped
that Senator Gcorge would not claim
that a library could be built by Con
gress in every city in the Union. The
Senator from 3lississiupi replied that
the question now was where Congress
ot authoritV to build one in Wash
ington. Finally he asked whence
camne the authority to pay pensions?
Ar. Gray said from the power to raise
and maintain arnies, and Mir. Morgan
said from the fourteenth amendment.
Mr. George differed from both Sena
tors saying it was a bounty from the
Government, and a very proper and
A Republican Senator is quoted as
saying that there were not a dozen
Senators who want: :,e Blair Edu
cationo. till to pass, but that they had
t suflicient moral -courage to vote
against it. It is alleged that the Re
rublicans do not want to place $77,
0,00.000 in the hands of the Demo
cratic officials for disbursement, and
yet that they do not want to go on
record as voting against a measure to
educate the negroes of the South.
Senator Blair has subjected himself
to much unkind criticism by bring
ing in an issue so dangerous to ambi
Some animated debates are prom
ised in Congress next week. In the
Senate the Republican caucus resolu
tions relating to the Administration
witholding offlicial papers will be met
by a counter demonstration from the
Democrats. A lively political discus
sion will fellow that is likely to run on
some days, and draw large crowds to
the galleries. In the House of Rep
reseutatives the Silver question comes
up for debate on Tuesday. Sixty
membiers have signided their inten
tion to be heard. and ten days have
'been set apart to allow them the wish
ed for opportunity.
In Departinental circles the latest
item of interest is the formation of
a rather novel association which has
just been incorporated under the title
of "The Clerks Beneficial League."
It is composed of Government clerks
and is for the benefit and protection
of discharged Government clerils.
From the entrance fees a fund is pro
vided to be paid to members wben
they lose their places. From a $3.10
investment every member is to get
$200 if discharged from the Govern
A Chiristinu Life.
"The lire of a Christian is indeed a
grand, glorious and beautiful one-full
of the most precious comfort here,
and luminous with the radiant hope
of a blissful immortality "up there,"
when the sea and the earth shall give
up their dead. And the streams of
goodness, and gentleness, and loveli
ness beauty which tiow out from a life
thoroughly consecrated to the cause
of our Saviour are like pure and stain
less arnd beautiful mountain streams,
wvhose bright and sparkhng bosoms
catch the glancing glimmer of rippling
sunbeams, and become silver threads
of radiant beauty as they go murmner
ing along in joyous songs on their
everlasting journey to the sea. And
these grand streams of life, with all
their glorious currents, are like the
mountaiu streams, andi~ grow bigger,
deeper, broade.r, and more beautiful
as they go fimving down the ocean of
Frank Le-she's Sumiday .aMagazine
Ev'idenitly understands the taste of the
mpore r'ligi-'ous porWti 'n of the conmmiu
nty. The February number begins
"Pa-ui';'< r, The Days of the Apos
X~s S'ory- of Rome in the First
Cntury," by the Rev. Aleaz'nder C.
'Harverstick, which promises to be.
deeply interesting. "Burmah and its
Capital, MIandalay," tells us of En
gland's newly acquired provinces.
3Miss Fanny A. 3Mathews continues
her "Dilettante Days"-delightful
sketches of travel, told with pen and
pencil A very attractive series of
papers on "Instinctive Architects," by
Prof. Henry W. Elliott, begins, and is
well illustrated. There is more about
our "Sacred Musician," "The parables
of Christ," "New English Church at
Copenhagen," "Bavarian Hum es,"
"The Church of Ste. Genevieve, Par
is." Dr. Talmage's "Home Pulpit,"
"The Young Women's. Christian As
sociation," with stories, poems, martter
for the vouuig to read on hear, "Rec
reatins' tor Sunday Afternoons, "Re
ligious N~otes and News," "erso,(nal
Notes and Comments,' aind a selection
of interestinlg pictures, sketches and
notices make this ma~gane the larg
gest, cheapest and most thoroughly
useful magazine pubhilhed in the
country--one that ought to hnd a
welconie in every Christian home.
Patents granted to citizens of the
Southern States during the past week,
and reported eXpressly for the TIM.
by C. A. Snow & Co. Patent lawyers,
Opp. U. S. Patent office, Washington,
E . Hudson, New Orleans, La.
W. H. Brown, Dunedin, Fla. Pru
S.T lran, Univmrity of Virei nia.
Va. Separating precooas metals from
F. W. Coleman, Rodney, Miss. Han
dle for cans.
R. A. Evans, Statesville, N C. To
T. Felps, Kent's Store, La. Cotton
T. Iliggiln, Newport. Ky. Prop
T. Sehilosser, Hagarstown, M.
J. McQuaide, Staunton, Va. Eleva-:
WV. A. 3Milligan, Wheeling. W. TVa.
F. A. Neider, Augusta, Ky. Box
D. O'Rourke, Selma, Ala. Car coup
A. S. Reisor, Reisor, La. Lamp chim
D. 2M. Monroe, Baltimore, Md. Band
J. J. Sturla, Memphis, Tenn. Lem
J. A. Turey, Cog Hill, Tenn. Car
J. E. Watson, Louisville, Ky. Regu
lator for dynamo electric machines.
W. H. Wetmore, Raleigh, N. C. Boot
A. L. Ritchey, Nashville, Tenn. Fire
Items of Interest.
Those who have been poisoned with
niereury and potash nostrumns should,
buy S. S. S. in dry form.
S. S. S., the great blood remiedyds
now on the and
.cneirpared for use at home.
The Swift Specific Company use
over $100,000 worth of alcohol an
nually in the manufacture of their
medicine. The tax taken from alco
bol used in the manufacture of uiedi
eine would save them about $75,000
The newspaper mail of the Swi's
Specific Company is larger than the
combined mail of all the newspapers
in Atlauta. ' hey advertise in all the
first-class papers in the United States.
and have each paper mailed to them .
to see that their avertisenients are in
serted according to contract.
A great many people want to purchase
S. S. S. by the gallon, but the comnpa
ny never sell it in that w;ay. It is put
up in packages in dry form and i
bottles, and can be had of any; respect- i
able drug store in the county.
The S. . S. Company received a
great muany letters ordering their eel
ebrated medicine direct, the writer sta
ting that there are so many imitations.
and they are afraid of getting swindled.
This can be easily detected. Every
genuine bottle has the signatures of
J. "V. Rankin and C. T. Swift on a
strip of paper pasted across the cork I
of each bottle.
The Swift Spectfic Co. have two
I books they mail free to who may
apply for them. One on "Contagious
Blood Poisons," and the other on
"Blood and Skin Diseases." Send for
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
ExEerrivE DEPAmm.U r
XTHEREAS INFO~tMA TION Hf A S
y'been received at tis Dplnrtmlent that
an assault with intent to ravish and ana
sault and batterv were commiiitted in the
Conty' of Clareuidon, on or ahont the 3rd
dav of November. A. D. 188.5, b'y one John
Ba'ter, and the said John Bhatlr has tied
NOW. TH1EREFOTF. L. HUGH S.
THOMPSON, Gocsernor cof the State of Sonthi
Carolina. in order that justice may be done
and the majsstv of the law ue vindicated, do
hereby offer a r-eward of Fifty ($50.00) D)ol
lars for the apprehiension of the said John
Butler and his deliv ery to thle Sheriff of
Ularendon Countv. Said John Butler, a ne
cro of very htek 'omplexion, is about 5 feet
inches. in height, and abont 28 years old.
IN TESTD10NY WH IltEOF, I have
he reunto set may hand
- and caused the Great
5 L. M.1. 5 -' f :nha state to be af
. at Combuijia, this
D. 1880. :nd in1 te on hudre-i ad :.ten
year of the Indepaidnce <.f the United
Stats ot Amtrica.
By thle Gove-rnor:
Ja:; N. LI~ws
Se'retarv of St:te.
155 IEFTING S'iT1T.
0opp. Charlestonl Hotel.
Manufacturer end dealer in Saddlery
Harness, Collars, Whips, Saddle Hardware
&c. Keep constantly on hand an extenlsive
and well selected stock of everything in this
line. And Manufacture goods to order at
hort notice. Oct. 14.
Th e POIJ(.E q.-lZETTE will be maaih-d,
sentl wrapped, to any address'in the
U nited States for three months on receupt o-f
Lib,.ral disco'unt allowed to p~ostmiasters,
aents~ and elnbs. Samp'le coie mailed
fe Addres all orders to
ICIAIUD X. FOX,
F~ANKLs Sermi.', N Y,
I have established myself in the
shop lately occupied by Julius TI. Ed
wards., and tin prepa;red to
Dress and Cut Hair
fler lis late. .4t
ALmo SuI\Io .An
Ladties' and Chilren's h~air cu t t'ig
iRoma:gr T. Mc Coo..
PEinsoNs IplulNs to fNSR E
hemir LoAV Ss will p})y tO
W.. P. DURANT, Agt.,
MAN NiNG. S. C..
Do you hear a big noise way of,
good people? That's us, shouting
Happy New Year! to our ten thouis
and patrons in Texas, Ark.. La., 3is
Ala., Teun., Va.. N. C., S. C., Ga., and
Fla., from our Grand New
Temple of Music
which we are just settled in alter
three monnntis of moving and regula
Hallelujah! Anchored at last in a
mannuoth buildi-ng, exactly suited to
our needs and immense busiLeSS.
Just what we have wanted for ten long
years, but could'ut get.
A niagnificent double store. Four
stories and Isement. 50
feet front. 100 feet deop.
Iron and Plate glass
The Largest, Finest and
most Complete House
A fact, if we do say it ourselves.
Chicago, St. Louis, New Orleans, or
any city on this C>ntinnit, and you
will not find its equal in size, impos
ing appe:irance, tasteful airangemient,
Clegant r ngs, 01 to(k carried.
And now, with this Grand New Mus
ic Temple, allordiug every facility for
the extension of our business; with
our8200,000 Cash capital, our $100,
000 stock of Musical wares, our eight
brauch houscs, our 200 Agencies, our
army of em ploves, and our twenty
years of successful experience, we are
reparcd to serve our patrons far bet
ter thlan evcr beturtv. and give them
greater adv.mtagf-s than can be had
elsewhere. Nortii or South.
Tlii:; is what we ara living for, and
we shall drive nur business from now
on with teinfold envrgy.
With hearty anad sincere thanks to
all matrons for their good will and
liberal support, we wish theni :d] a
Happy New Year.
Lude & BtaS SinUIhefn Music H0uSe
P. S. If any one should happen to
want a Piano, Organ, Violin, .anjo,
accordeon, band instrument, or sheet
music, Music book, picture, frame,
Stat uary, a goods, or artist's materi
als, we keep such things, and will tell
you all about them if you will write
Wulberni & Pieper
Provisions, Liquors, Tobacco, Ete.
17 & 1G00 East Bay Ci e .e' X C.
NA. Hunt & Co'
1fo's"1 JJ(noTS (wi SJIDES
Nos. 161 & 1G3 Meeting street
Charleston, S. C.
Whoesale Grocers and
CIIARLiESTON, S. C.!
ITM NATHAN&~ SON, DEALER IN
Carriages, Buggies, Harness
. .w Cor~. :Meeting and Went worih sts..
CH1ARLES3TON, S. C.
MANUFACTUlm Soluble Gumr
A-id .Phosiphate, Dissolved E
[mlported direct from Geri
A high g'rai or Dried Bidod, Gr'ound
Cotton Seedi Me;
Factors and Comnunission Me
F.. J. l'arzn!:, President.
Manufacturers of ,~' i; ! i,.I~"'
rA/I.ve PELER 1
CARBINGTON, THOMAS & O.,
251 King St.
Cn.kuI.Esrox. S. C.
Wathes, .Iewelry, Silver and Silver
. Special attention Paid to Watch
repairing. Jan 1;-..
MfcGahan, Bates & Co.
Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing,
Nos. 22G, 228 and 230 Meeting St.,
CHARiLESTON, S. C.
Dr- H BAER,
holesale Druggist, Nos. 131 & 133
Meeting street, Charleston, S. C.
Dealer in Drugs. Medicines, Foreign
and Domestic Chemicals, Glassware,
Spices. Brushes, Essential Oils, Suir
Wical Instruments. Perfumery, Fancy
Goods. SHOW CASES, of all sizes,
and all aiticles usually found in a
First-class Drug House. Prices low
Quick sales and small profits.
AFFLICTED SUFFER NO
Family Medicines are now for sale
by J. G.'Diukins & Co., at Manning.
Liver, Kidney and Dvspepsia Pow
ers, cures chills, pains in the back
and side. Liver complaint, dvspepsia,
retenti or suppressiopn a reIfl- I
stipation, uervous and sick headache
price, per box 50 ets.
Infallible remedy for Worms. Ex
pelled 319 large worms from four
children in Clarendon County, after
using second dose. Try this great
worm medicine, it is pleasant to take
and perfectly harmless. Price per
box 25 ets.
To sell these great medicines.
Address, Dr. J. M's:r HowAuD
Mt. Olive, N. C.
George W. Steffens,
Auction and Cmnmission Mo.rhant and
197 & 1'9 East B.y, Charleetn, S C
SAgnt for the Claytan & Russel Eit
ters. and the celebrated read cart. .
J S P!NKUSSOHN & BROS
Allegro Cigar Factory,
47 Havne St., Charleston. S. C.
and 1059 & 1061 Third Av. N. Y.
M1antoue & Co.
Manufacturers of Cigars, Importers
and wholesale dealers in Liquors,
155 East Bay, CharleiAon, S. C.
Cigar Factory, N. Y.
ORDE" Tomr Seed Potatoes, ina.,
ran::'. Cocoa nuts, Apples and Fea
nuts, full st'.'ck of Fruit lways nli and.
217 East flay,
Charleston, S C
S, A. NELSON & Co,
Whlolsale dealers in
BOOTS and SHOES,
No. 31 Hayne St.,
C.ha,losbon. S. 6C.
Go.'ds diret froma the Manutactulrers.
We guarantee to s.31l as low in prices a's any
huein our l ie in the~ Une' n. .Jan 13
i . ARD\AREMERCHIANTS.
1309 M::msa StrlEv, Charleston, S. C.
Sole Agents For
sTAK E'r DIXrE PL.OUGIS,
XVEUY ,& SONS '. LOUGiHS
DOW\ LAW C"'TT")\ PLANTER
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