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OFFICIAL PAfEK OF ALEXANDER COrSTT.
K. A. Burnett,
non ASSESSOR ASD TEEiSV:
We are orlii t 4n-:rr nu !;
of Anor tad Twaiirr ot A.!(iiaiu'.! n.an3!:
the appronctifii X jm;N! tUtzim..
SETTOI2ES i.. J.r tjl.
State of Iixisos.
Axexaxdeb Cocyrt. "
A regular scssioa cf xli bcar'I -if cmur?
commissioners of AIe-sat.ar ccs. hST2
and held at the court tc-za. Iz tit Crr :i t
Cairo, on Monday, the 1st diy cf ;:
b?r, A. D., 1S79.
Present Tlios. AV. IlilUJ&y,
Brown, Samuel Bri'.ey,
Samuel J. Humm, clerk.
.The board proceeded to the examination
of claims, nnd otlier mutters connected
with the county, wticn Mr. Moses Hutson
appeared bctoro the board, asking that this
board allow him ten dollars damages for his
team, falling through a bridge near Beech
liidge, and making a statement thereof.
After hearing said statement the board de
ferred action thereon temporarily.
Thereupon the board adjourned until to
morrow morning, at S :30 o'clock.
Tuesday Morning, SEn. 2nd, 1ST9.
Tho board met pursuaut to adjournment.
All members present.
In pursuance to a notice by the chair
man of this board for bids for the building
of a bridgo over Lake creek, the following
have been filed with the county clerk, and
are by him laid before' the board, who
thereupon proceed to open and examine
the same, and find them to be us follows :
Ferguson & Dodd for the sura of. .$540 00
T. B. Scarbrough, . " " " " . . 445 00
Coil & Ireland, " " " " . . 049 00
G. AV. Hendricks, " " " " . . 470 00
The bid of T. B. Scarbrough, being tfcc
lowest, it was on motion accepted, and tho
clerk is instructed to notily him of such
acceptance, and the chairman and clerk,
are authorized to execute contract on be
half of the county.
The board thereupon proceeded to tho
atketion of pettit jurors, for the ensuing
year pending, which it adjourned until 9,0
o'clock to-morrow morning.
WEDXESDAY MORNING SEPT., CltD, 1S79.
Board met persuant to adjournment.
. Tho full board present.
The selection of jurors for tho ensusug
year was resumed and completed. Tho list
is as follows-
First Cairo Fricinct : Isaac Haider,
Rob't Hinklc, Ben Lynch, N. Cantwcll,
A. Bono, C. N. Hughes, Jumes Biggs,
Jno. N. Jones, B. F. Livingston, Pat
Collins,. A. 8. Robertson, T. AV. Fitch,
T. Tcichman, A. J. Bird, J. S. Barclay,
P. Mocklcr, Michael Hickey, Jno. F.
Tiector, David Holmes, Jno. Arndt, L. L.
Davis, S. L. Southard, G. M. Fry,, J.
Manning, Jno. Foley, Pat AValdc;r, P. J.
Second Cairo rrccinct:-N. C. Lollin,
J". AV. Cherry, Jno. L. Keifer, AV. Oiler,
B. F. Clark, Jno. Taber, C. Newland, C.
A. ScofwU, J. E. Henderson, AV. D.
Moore, AV. F. MeKee, C. L. Phelps, E.
W. Whitlock, E. F. Davis, Henry Elliott,
J. M. Merryman.H. c. Joceyln, M. Bhtck,
W. J. CundilT, Jno.O'Shea, M. P. Fulton,
P. C. Barclay, James QuAun, A. 1
Schroeder, M. Carmondy, W. o. Havthorn
L. AV. Johnson, Sam'l Myem, Genrgo
Furnsworth, Thos. Mahancy, Joiuph Ued
man, II. Blcvoin, G. II. Jackson, J.
Third Cairo Precinct: Geo, AV. Hendricks,
Win. Lonergan, Chas. AV. AVhoclcr, B. Mc
Manun, Frank Home, John McEwcn, Fled.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:, SUNDAY
8. Smith. I. L.IIarrcll, John Wood, N
Fcith,; E. O. Hill, Ed Shanncsscy, Patrick
Clancy, Geo. 8. Fisher, Jno. W. Cornell, H,
S. AVilliauison, B. F. Thistlewood, M. P.
Walsh, Jr., Simon Hoar, Danl Hchl. Pat-
rick Grcancy, James Coloman, v. O. Cnlla
hnn, Daniel McCarthy, B. F. Farker, Loan
der Axlcy. '
Fourtlt Cairo Precinct :-Janlcs II. English,
Walker Bchurst, Thos. McCabo, P. 'A. Con
ftiit,E.E. AValbridge, David Burry, J. P.
Allen, Dau'l Frauklin, Sam'l Walters, Eel
ward Jones, Thos. Median, Patrick Nash,
J. II. AVoolridgc, Peter McDevitt, Thos. O.
Lcary, B. B. Eobbins, Sam'l E. Wilson,
James Kennedy, C. Haynes, G. B. Ramsey,
J. B. Heed, Dennis Coleman, John Pollock,
John Brccn, J. 0. Smith, 8. P. Bennett,
John A. Sullivan, Chas. Hodge, P. McElli-
golt, Carson Martin, Joseph Burke, P. Cor
coran, E. P. Powell, Monroe Wooden, AVebb
White, N. IX Cornelius, Albei t Smith, Ja
cob Kline, Jr., M. Easterday, Henry C.
Fifth Cairo Precinct .v-Jamcs Higlin.Thos.
G. Wilson, Cyrus Ch.se, J. S. Hawkins,
James Herrington, Henry Wells, James
Carrole, AVr. K. Kendall, Patrick Kennedy,
James O'Donnell, Thos. Porter, Wm.Guy-
tint, E. I. L. Jonlo'ns John Higgins, Dennis
Meskill, A.C Lipintt, Phil II. Brown, Louis
Petrie, D. C. Pay tie, Peter Donnelly, Joint
G. Zeller, James, A. Parrott, B. B. Lacey,
James Edwards, John AVagner, Jno. P.
Feith, James L. Denny.
Unity Preoii'.et : Edmund Hodges J. P.
Coil, Jas. M. Edwards, Juo. Baxter, B. F.
Singleton, Bermus NoWo, Phillip IVUon,
Jno. Hodgvs, Jr., Chas. Larrey. AW.. AV;tg
oner, Jr., Juv II. Bw.va. Jr ,'V.r. H..r;i:".
James M. Pruk.". Mlcli.: 1
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Santa Fe : E. McDonald. L. A. PJ.ash
mut. Alfred Graham, Joepi Taylor, G. M.
Abbott. Frank Oiler, J. Merryman. Peter
Shaver, Abner McBride, AA". 11. Evcrhart,
AA". H. Mcllvay, Joseph Halfner, Calvin
Tuisley, Henry Baggs, Th. Siekman,
Ilazlewood Precinct: TJios. Siniiliy,
Moses Goodman, Geo. Roekbold, John
Ilazlewood, C. E. Miller, J. Z.J. X. Hile,
J. R. V. Standard, Archibald AVet-t, Janus
Sitton, J. A. J. Protiv, AVm. Ski'.s, John
Hileman, T. B. Scarbrough, Joseph Dixon,
A. Williams, AV. E. Ilarviil. C. M. Ihaddy,
S. B. Miller, Levi Jordon, AVm. Crawford.
James Cruse, Salmon Ilazlewood, George
Vick, John Smithcy, Jackson Sharp, AV. B.
Hill, AV.C. Thompson, J. AV. Hunsaker.
Thebes Precinct : Chas AVaterman, Thos.
Garner, Alfred Coizine, A. J. Brown, Jacob
Light, Holden Culley, James II. Rimer, II.
Ilolshnuscr, William Simpkins, John Haur,
II. R. Pettit, John Lazare, A.J. Dollman,
O. G. Ford, Arthur Davis, Abraham Brown,
Norman Gale, Andrew Honey, Francis
Brown, AV. F. Durham.
East Cane Girardeau Precinct: Robert
Edmundson, Noah Randall, James Hardin,
R. Johnson, E. S. Mitchell, Burrell Geer,
John Rollins, M. C. Robinson, AV. II. Spann,
Henry Gladuey, AVashington Masterson, A.
Fty, AVilliani Miller, John B. Edwards,
James Cook, B. F. Moore, Jsaac A. AVeath
ers, Charles Cherry.
Clear Creek 'Precinct:-Janus Rodgers,
Benj. Edwards, S. M. P.McClure, F. Buck
ley, Plnkney ("alien, James Brawlcy, Geo.
freeman, J. C. Suns Van Sweeney, James
Stewart, James AVoodward, G. AV. Childers,
John Gooduif.n, Phillip flalone, Jesse
Shelton, George Poplin, AVm. Harvill, Robt.
Gamiueal, Jasper Culley, Benj. AValker,
AVm. Diekcrson, jr., Ed. Tcssen, James
Mauice, A. M. Greer.
Sandusky Precinct: John Dunlip, Thos.
King, Mathew Holmes, Jno. P. Smalling,
John Dunning, John Lovett, A. AVilson,
Solomon Dillow, E. Smalling, Albert Muse,
M. Coleman, Geo. Twinian, Peter Miller,
AAm. Lawrence, A. I). Childers, James
Lovett, John Oiler, AVm. E. Joues George
Out of the jury list-aforesuhl, tho county
clerk is hereby instructed to draw the rcqul
site number as tho law directs, for tho
several terms of tho said Alexander county
circuit court, for tho year 1880,to-wit: The
February, July and September terms there
Tho following bids having been filed
with tho county clerk, for cuttintr out new
roads, from tho new iron bridge over Cache
river to tho Cairo and JoucsWo road, they
are uy said cierK presented to tho board
who proceeded to open tho mime, mid find
said bids as follows, to-wlt:
James Suminerwoll and F. AVhitenmn
Aftrt .... '
t-j per aero lor ail.
8. M. Orr, $18 50 per acre, for all or
portion of it.
r. Cummin's4 100 rods next to the iron
bridgijtor 60 cents per rod. Also all between
new bridgo and I. C. It. R. bridge, for' 75
cents per rod. Goorgo Bowman 1 u'o
cast end, for $27 00 per aero.
Louis Harris but w ccn new bridge find I.
C. R. R. bridge, for $10 per aero.
And it appearing to tho board that the
bids of Louis HarYis and S, M. Orr, are
tho lowest for performing said work, there
upon, on motion, tho bid of Louis Harris,
for that portion of tho clearing Kid by him,
was accepted, also tho bid of S. M. Orr,
with tho understanding ' that tho 'work
should bo commenced at onco, and com
pleted by tho 5th of October next, and to
bo done in tho following manner :
ruorosALS Km cleakiko hoad.
Proposals will bo received until Septem
ber 1st next, for clearing road, running
from the southerly end of tho approach to
new iron bridge, across Cacho river, up and
along and near said stream to the Cairo
and Joncsboro road, according to survey on
tile in county clerk's office, nnd as indicated
by stakes numbered and driven every 100
feet along said line. To bo well cleaned
00 feet wide, on 20 feet in center of which
everything must be cleared below the sur
face of the ground, and any holes caused
thereby tilled up so that no obstructions
will bo caused to vehicles. Bids may bo
made for all or any portion of said clear
ing by the acre or rod.
The reports of R. Fitzgerald, coroner, of
inquests held on the bodies of Chas. D.
ArtvT and Charles Schmidt, were presented,
examined and approved.
The report of A. McGee, justice of the
;- ace. of an inquest held on the 1 ody of Lum
'.Ixrr with his fees for the same,
.vu.mj. rr.evted on the cround that
ic f:ycf:'ij court Lis dedded that a
;.ziSf.t of:h- jcu- csn zoi lecally hold an
av.-r .v:.r is ;a the county,
tui ':ou-i U Irf:rr;-4 l-v xl coroner.
ciry. tv:..- :
. P. A- Tv
.:.:. is a SrJKiiT.
t: t.: s-i.uj pi! J si: J :.a...'.er-. c:c.
s:ri, &sj er.kre-1 ilw.
:cr-i :l.rcuj-?a p-rixt J'.iol to the
Hii-Isir.:s cf cliiin-. etc.. against
iSv- r---i? ldch :r adjourned
"Civrrow E'im!r.:, at :C0 o'clock.
TlilT.sDAY MORMSr,, j ::J0, fcEITEKt-EIl
T:ie board met pursuant to aljournmcnt
A!! members present.
Tiie bid ot Henry AVemeyer for $3 fyr
merchandise, furnished to a pauper, tome
4 years ago, was presented, and on
motion, rejected, on the ground that
tin board has not sufficient in
formation to satisfy it that
the articles were funrished by authority,
and further, the claim bliould have been.
settled by the board tliat authorized the
The bill of I). Hartman, t.,r fl
for use of theat re office on election day was
presented and rejected, from tho fact that
the county has never before been charged
for such service, and the board is of the
opinion that no charge should be made
K An order was made on A. J. Bunch, su
pervisor, for last year, of road district No.
1, to turn over any money in his hands be
longing to said district to his successor,
A. J. Alden, county treasurer, presented
to the board his reports of the general rev
enue of the county for 1S77 and 1878 as
Balance on hand Sept. , 1878 of
Ho also presents for cancellation
against the same:
General warrants of 1877. .$170 50
Circuit court jury certifi
cate! of 1877 40 CO
County court jury certifi
cates of 1877 ;j 00
on 214 10 at 2 percent. 4 28
Balance duo treasurer on
said years' revenue 3 47
$018 38 $218 M
His report of tho revenue of 1878 from
Sept. 1, 1878 to Sept. 1, 1879.
Total amount received from the
' "IJiriff $10 017 J8
And presents for can
cellation agninsl tho
Warrants agninstt tho
reveuueoflS78....$3 431 23
Circuit court jury cer
tificates, 1878 1 440 70
County court jury cor
tillc.Ues, 1878 52 00
Balance in hand of
treasurer. . . ,
$10 317 18 $10 317 18
And suid reports being examined and
found correct, were on motion approved
and said warrants and certificates destroyed
Tho board then ngnin took up claims,
etc., ogainst tho county, und adjourned un
til to-morroi morning at 8:30. '
KUIDAY MOllNINO, 8:30 o'ti.oi'K, SU'T.
5 th, 1870.
Tho board met pursuant to adjournment.
All members present.
A petition from O. A. Oaborn nnd others
of the Fourth Cairo Precinct was presented,
asking the board to appoint a county con
stable for said precinct, but tho board Is
nnublo to comply with said petition, as tho
statutes provides that neither a justice of
the peuco or constable can bo appointed,
whord tho balance of the term exceeds ono
Tho following named person were select
ed, and they hereby aro appointed Judges of
election for tho several precincts of tho
county tor tho ensuing year, viz :
First Cairo: Thomas AVilson, M. J.
Howley, II. II. Candeo.
Second Cairo: AV. M. AVilliams, AV. L.
bristol, John II. Gossman.
Third Cairo :-AV. P. Wright, William
Lonergan, John J. Bird.
Fourth Cairo: R. Fitzgerald, C. F. Ncl
lis, M. Easterday.
Fifth Cairo :-E. B. Pettit, AVm. Elder,
Beech Ridge: M. McKennie, J. I.
Nowotney, Georgo D. Gelder.
Clear. Creek: A. J. Bunch, P. Mc
Raven, T. J. McClure.
East Cape Girardeau:.!. L. Sanders,
Moses Minton, Jsrael King.
Thebes :-Jamcs Miller, B. F. Brown, S.
Santa Fee : French Jones, Alex Ireland,
L. Do Lnshmitt.
Gooso Island : John Miller, E. Dicker
son, Thos! Martin.
Lake Milligan: Riley Lane, James Ice,
Unity; AV, J. Milford, AVm. Ireland, Sr.,
Sandusky: II. Dunning, P. Sullivan,
Ilazlewood : AV. II. Ralis, F. A. Short,
Tho board thereupon proceeded to esti
mate the amount of taxes required by the
county for the ensuing year, and adopted
the following-order, to-wit:
AVhereas, It is determined by this board,
after careful investigation, that the sum of
l(5.0fl0 will be required to meet the cur
rent and necessary expenses of the county
for the ensuing yc.tr, and to pay certain
liabilities already incurred. Then fore be it
ordered by the board of county commis
sioner vf Alexander county that the sum
of $1'.1.0M be and the same is hereby levied
:".r county purpose, upon all the real and
ptrou.-.l property witljn the county of
Alexander, subject to taxation, as the same
is assessed ur. i equalized fur state and
county pur;5es for the current year.
It ia further, ordered .that the said tax
levied as above, is hereby appropriated and
set apart, and made a special fund, tu be
held and applied for defraying tho ordinary
and nece.-sary expenses of the county for
the current fiscal year, ending September
1st, 150, and to pay certain liabilities al
ready incurred as hereinafter set forth in
the amounts, and fur the special purposes
following, viz :
CllU l'IT ( Ot KT KXI'KNXLS.
For paying jurors and deputy sheriifs, at
tending upon such court, by order of the
judge, to be allowed $1 50 per dr.y each,
and all other necessary expenses of said
court, the &um of $2,500 00.
uu.ntv roiitr kxi-iinsks.
For paying salary of county judge and
jurors, fees in said court, the sum of
DIhTIMi I'KIsnXEKS IN COI.NTV J UL.
For dieting prisoner in the county jail,
the sum ot $1,200 00.
f(O.NCIXI)KI) IN NEXT Tl lI)AV's IsslE.J
Tnitowx l ito.M a tkai.n. John Galfney,
fireman of engine 47 on the Shore Line
Railroad of New Haven, Ct., was thrown
from the engine against a rock, while the
train was going at the rate of 35 miles an
hour, lb; was all but killed, yet thanks to
Giles' Liniment Iodide Ammonia, recovered
completely in four days. Giles' Piils cures
Liver Complaint. Sold by all druggists..
Send for pamphlet. Dit. Giles, 120 " West
Broadway, N. Y. Trial size 15 cents.
Bakci.ay Buos., Agents.
EHTATF. ftP AI.KNANDCIl 1WRNTK, HCCKA'CD.
The tiinlt ii'liied. Imvli.i: been appointed utlmin
ltrntr!x nl' the cMitte of Alexander Twetitc. lute of
the county of Alexander and Klitte nf lilluulr. tie
eeiiseil, hereby ntvcti notice that phew 111 appear he
fore the c ounty court of Alexander county, ul the
court Iioiim' In ("niro, at the December term, on the
third Monday In December next. Ht which lime all
piThon liuvliitf clainiH 'tu'alnct eairtcHtatearc nodded
und reiti"ited to attend for the parpofj or having
the tame adjusted. All pernoiiN Indebted to kui1
cMuic are r itieited to luake Immediate pcynic'ut
to the tindcriii.'ned.
Dated thl iir.th day of September. A. I). ls;.
. ELIZA J. TWKNTE, Aduiliilntrutrlx.
I'VE, Hay. F.ceulnr of Eftate '
ol I. O. day, deceauud. ( Petition to fell land
v'h ( to pay dehtf.
Ellznl.e.in liny, et al. J
Hy virtue nf a decree of the county court of White
county. Ililnolp, rendered In the nhov entitled
cause, at the December term. 1H?;, of mid court; I
Khali proceed at the dour of the court house, lu
Cairo, Illinois, on
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER THE 4TH, to,
Hctwccn the hours of lOo'clock a. m. and "o'clock
p. m., of said day, to oiler for rule fit public, auc
tion, to the blithest and best bidder, tho following
described rcalt'stale, situated In the city of Cairo.
Alexander count v and slate of IIIIiioIh.' to satisfy
said decreet Lot No. 7, Illock No. i!7. First Addi
tion to thu city urcnlri).
TKtiMKor SAi.ri-Tht) said lot will be sold on a
credit or six and twelve months, coual payments,
Tilt! purchaser will he required In idve miles with
approved personal security together with a inort
(iao on the promises tu secure the purchase money.
A valuable and desirable two-story business
house and residence in situated ou this lot, front
Inu on Commercial aud corner of Twentv-vlKhtu
treot. P.K. HAY. Executor.
D. CI. HAY, Dcccuscd.
JNO. M, CliEllS, Attorney.
"I70UNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
J- STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Ihon "Woiiks
03 OHIO LKV1CE, CAIRO, ILLS.
John T.. Xionnie,
HAVIN'O established hlsworks at the above men
tinned place Is better prepared than ever for
irtanufafturliiR Hleuna.nttlnes and Mil Machinery.
llavltiff a bleam Hammer Hnd umplu Tools, tfio
mannfaetnrn of al kinds of MncMmirv, Hullroad,
Bteamboat ami PrldR" KorKltiKs made a neclalty.
Kspnclal ustetillon (jlven to repairs of Ik' luesiud
Brass tiisllltlts of all kinds made to otdei
l'lpo Fitting in ill Its lirttuvLw.
..; csi I i i a i
THE ELECTJiIG CIEAN8EK.--
IIAS NO EQUAL FOR UENERAL HCsUSE-CLEANIxi!
1)1 Tl HMO lO T.'l- llf I ttTTlVl . . I:
FOR TIIE BATH, 0.,
For Cleaning Taint, Varnished Surfaces, AVindow Glass. Mirrors. f;,,u ?rn,.,
Marble Pianos, Sewing Maediines, Furniture,
tut Glass, Globes, Gas fixtures; Removes
readily, tJcc, &v.
FOIi l'8E AS A IJISIXFECTAXT-
Any tiling Soiled byOII or
cil Mark.-, or ly Dirt ol'any kind.it will clean j(
without soav oi! ava.tl:k
T, WK"K! t'oAI.INB CoMI'ANV-I hlVf MM!
cia.n. font. It ts cvrtmnly superior to soap as a
"' ' '-J,"""5 l' "l lru "r Mus
go:t. It ils.jhe.ds sore atti chapped hand readily,
WILLIAM S EVEHE1T. lilColla.-elir.y,. Ave , Chicot. )
To Tils Wotkun COAUNB Co-Wc have ben j-in In our family ' (Mliue.- an article mating r t
in tUU city, and and It one of the most useful thin,-, for family use we have ever known or heard of. V
wa-b!tk-. "crabbins. cleaning Klss. silver, taking Rtease -pots out of clothluRan.I carpets, etc v.-.- t'.lnJ
it nas no o,.ml. Every family shouW have It. The price Is so low as to brin it within the ., h ol eve' ,
bo,!y.-, h!e,,o..May ,.d.lST!.. L. U. CALKINS. '
THE ONLY Washing Compoi.ud sold in Hulk, and strictly for cash, j'vic- the publ!, a tJ
nl val-table art k lu at a low ti -ire cotnpetiua with staple jootU like Soap. !
i ne lonowine testlinonn.ls from jhtsohs with w horn many lu Cairo and vicinity arc allele J p uc.
couinelnltstruepo-ition before the public. It is a ;;ood thin;-, and should be "enerally used:
I have used coaline lu my bouse, it saves lay and save, clothes, and is Inexpensive I w , :a
be without it -Ccntralia. Iil August lr.h, l-i;). Mr;.s. j.MEs Mt E ML
Iflndcottllncto b all that is claimed for It. and cbeorfuily recommend It -Ccntralia. roi
Attsnst lMh.lK,. .MHS. I). OXLEY. '
I have ase-I coaline totlean ha-l li;lits of en-ine., when- trie tllrt Is hardeucd. and is usually cVa.e d
w ithcouecutrot. dlye. I found coalite to do the work fully as well w uh, without Its' Ir 'urlo.s
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All leidins grocers will have It. and can sapply th -ir ciiM-jmi-rs in a few days. It Is nw ir.i .!.
be. at all tline.-obtaiiikble at '
Hciuls of Families will Call und Get a Sample. Free for Trial, at our Sti to.,
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(No I'remlam Notes.)
SURPLUS over Seven Million Dollars.
The Most important question for those insuring their lives is "AY RICH COM
PANY IS STRONGEST."
The strongest company is the ono which has the most dollars ok well invested
ASSETS KOll EVERY DOLLAR OF LIABILITIES.
Of the seventeen largest Life Insurance Companies f the United Stiitt F, the rati
of assets (excluding premium notes) to liabilities, the Equitable is largest, being 121.ll!)
The second largest is 119.77, and the third largest 117.32.
U-tTThcse figures arc from the official report of the New York Insurance Depart
ment, June 1, 1878.
Grow more popular every day,' and are nirtdc a specialty.
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