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THE DAILY "OAIltO BULLETIN: TUJiSDAY ; MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1881.
For we will now have cold weather, and oow is tbe time to go to the
Chicago One-price Clothing House
Where we have goods to unit all, both yi Price and Quality. ,
Oar line of Men and Boys .Cassiiner Suits cannot be beat,
and we can show the largest line of Child and Kilt Suits
IN OUR OVERCOAT DEPARTMENT
You will see hundreds of Styles of Overcoats and Ulsters hoth for Men and Boys.
We receive every day different Styles in HATS and CAPS,
and can therefore show you Full Stocks in Hats and Caps.
OUR FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT IS COMPLETE
in every detail.
"We very respectfully invite you to look through our store and judge for yourself.
Chicago One Price Clothing House,
M. WERNER, - - PROPRIETOR.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
Ollire : Bulletin Building, WasMngloa Avuue
KNTBHKD AT THK POST OFFICB IN CAIRO, IL
IJNOI8, AS 8KUOND-CLA6B MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
NoUrei in thin column, olfht cunU per lino for
rut aud live coins por Una ateaiulwequent tnier
tlon. For one week. 30 cents ier Hue. r oue
uontli, cents par Hue.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. Doliaun's, 5G Ohio levee.
A ringer's Oysters.
Fresh arrival of Select Oysters at Aviu
ger&Tharp's Restaurant aud Kuropuan Ho
tel, Ohio Levee, next to City National Bank,
every day, and served up to order in the
best style, cooked or raw, at any hour of day
or night. Also for salo at lowest market
prices, by can or r.uart, for family use.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Messrs." B. Hewitt & Co., corner of
Eighth street and Ohio levee, will open on
Thursday, lOtu inst., with a full assortment
of Baltimore and Now Orleans oysters in
bulk and cans, also fresh ami Bait water
fish of various kiuda; aud hope by careful
attention to merit a continuance of their last
seasons patronage, and of such others who
delight in choice goods at low prices.
Save Thirty-ftve Per Cent.
Thirty-five per cent, saved by buying and
mi'intr finr mid fl round Fund, at corner of
Seventeenth street and Washington avenue.
Ground Oats per bu fiGc
" Corn " Me
at DeBaun's, .'0 Ohio levee.
To the members of tho Woman's Club and
Library Association, Cairo, 111. Tho Womans
Club and Library Association will hold a
special meeting on Thuiaday, December
13th, 1881, at :t o'clock P. M. at tho library
room in Cairo, 111., for the purpose of con
sidering and voting upon a proposition to
donate tho property known as the Cairo
public library, to the city of Cairo, hs a
foundation fur a free, public library aud
reading room, to be organized under the
laws of tho state of Illinois, relating to tho
establishment and maintenance of free pub
lic libraries and reading rooms.
By order of tho Board of Trustees,
Cairo, III., November 15th 1891.
Extra Select Oysters
at A. T. DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee,
Three States House,
HOTEL AXO HEBTAL'KANT,
Corner Fourth streot and Ohio Levee ; open
day and night. Terms $1.20 per day.
F. W. Susan k a & Co., Props.,
Furnished rooms, on the corner of Elev
enth street and Washington avenue. En
quire of Mits, Faukki..
Carpentering aud Painting.
W. M. HALB UKOTIIKH, CON ill ACl'ORS AND
Painting and Carpentering done by the
Job or day. Repairs and job work prompt
ly attended to, and satisfaction guaranteed.
A (hare of tho patronago solicited. Leave
orders at tho Post Office, box 802.
Truly yours, W. M. Half..
Cairo, Ills., Nov. 24,1881.
A newly furnished room without board ;
also an unfurnished loom. Man and wile
preferred, or will rent to one or two gentle
men. Enquire of It. Hkubackek,
That tine residence property, on "the
ridge," known as the "Mackie property."
The house has ten rooms, is built in mod
ern style, and is in xcellent condition.
Thero are six lots, three fronting on Fif
teepth and three on Sixteenth streets, mak
ing seventy-five feet front on each street
and two hundred feet deep. On the
premises are suitable out-buildings, two
good cisterns, Ac, also fruit trees and
ihrubberry. Torms easy,
M. J. Howi.tv, Kcal Estate Agent.
The "Blue Property," ou Twenty-eighth
street, near tho park ; cheap to a good ten
ant. M. J. HowLEV.Hoal Estate Ag't.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
Santa Clans Letter to Hartnian.
Cairo, Ills., Nov. 3Gth, 1881.
Mr. Daul. Hartman Dr. Sir: As I have
intrusted all my business to you for the last
teu years and you have attended to it satis
factorily, I have concluded to consign to
you, and make your Mammoth Store my
Headqcahtems for theyear. You will please
make arrangements for same as I will arrive
about tho 27th of November.
You had better clear your store of all
your Old Goods as my stock is very large
and I will need all tho room you have. I
will foward you about thkek snip loads
of sleds, dolls, skates, in fact everything to
please good little children. My stock
of Goods which I shall ship you this year
arc of a better class than were ever here be
fore. I have not only thought to ploase the
little ones, but I have found something
useful and beautiful for the older ones. Ho
you will please make a note of it. I will
arrive in your town in due time, but as I
have a great doal to do this year, to assist
me you will pleaso And out all the noon
children's names, and the sizes of their
stockings, trunks and valises, and what they
wish them filled with, so I will know what
Goods to take them, llopingyou will see that
all these things are properly attended to, so
that I will havo no delay ou my arrival, I
will leave here on or about the 25th of No
vember, on tho steamer King, which will
sail from Kris Krtngle Land a wut that
time. Yours Very Respectfully,
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice. In Oman rninmni. tin rnta Dor Una.
etch Insertion. Marked -
Photos, Photos, Photos for five cents at
See notice of furnished and unfurnished
room for rent in a desirable locality.
Large quantities of drift wood are
floating down the Ohio river for several
A four foot, wide plank walk is being
laid on the westerly sido of Railroad street,
from Sixth street to the upper end of the
Receipt hooks, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and fsr sale at tho Cairo Bulletin
A now brick sidowalk is boing laid
around tho business house of Mr. John
Clancy at tho cornor of Twelfth strot and
The country roads aro getting in bad
shape, and travoling by wagon is anything
but pleasant. Farmers, therefore, stay at
home, and merchants grumble. '
A fancy iron wicket fenBO lias been put
up in front of tho now residonco of Mr.
Peter Saup on Washington avenuo. The
residence is almost ready for occupancy.
Uso Tnit Cairo Bulletin perforated
scrstch-book, tnadu of calendered jute
mauilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
salo, in thrco sizes, at the office.
Bolle Hamilton was arrcstod by officer
Mahanny for fighting. She was brought bo
foro Justice J. II. Robinson for trial, but
tho case was continued until to-day.
Circuit court and tho grand jury con
vene simultaneously at the court house on
the 5th of December. Judgo D. J. Baker,
who is now holding court at Metropolis,
will be on tho bench here.
Stono curbing is being laid on the east
sido of Commercial avenue, from Sixth
street up, for about one hundred feot. This
will consumo all the curbstono the city has
now on hand; but another lot will soon ar
Policeman John Tyler is proud over the
advent of a pair of twins yesterday morn
injr. They are a boy weighing eight pounds
and a girl weighing scvcu.,v
At a called meeting of tho- Arab fire
company held at their hall last evening,
Vice President A. Lobr in tho chair, tho
usoof their hall was grautcd to the ladies
of St. Patrick's church for tho purpose of
holding a fair and festival Tuesday, Wed
nesday and Thursday evening, this week.
T. J. Kerth, Secretary pro tern.
Mr. J Burger Will close hit factory in
New York about the 1st of December and
make Cairo a visit that will last through
the holiday, returning to New York in
timo to open this establishment fot the
The rise in the temperature of the
northwest during the twenty-four hours
e.uding yesterday at 2:11 p. m., was from
two to fourteen degrees. So that there is
no immediate prospect of colder weather
for this part of the country.
A handsome and valuable evening
dress smoking gown will be voted to the
most popular physician in Cairo, at the
Cathol'c fair, this week. Supper (oysters
included), only twenty-five cents, at six
o'clock and after every evening. Arab
The first copy of tha Pinckneyviilo
Democrat, since it has been taken charge of
by Mr. J. .T. Peuny, has boon rcceivod at
this oflice. Tho paper has a good appear
ance, showing taste and industry iu its gen
eral "make up" and the character of its
Wanted A boy to work in the news
room and learn to set type; must bo 10
years or older, a good reader and correct
speller. Wages for first year, $8.00 por
month and board. The second yoar's wages
depend upon how fast the trado is learn
ed. Apply at The Bulletin oflice.
Jailer Haz. Martin keeps the city jail
gang busy moHt of the time. When it has
rained and crossings are muddy, ho utilizes
the gang to keep the crossings clean; when
the weather is lair, he employs the men
upon a rock pile lying noar the jail. Sovor
al car loads of rock has already been bro
ken so as to be available for street paving
-We havo iu transit aud otfer, to arrive
this week, the following goods: 400 bar
rels of New York and Michigan apples.
One car of yellow Denver onions in bulk.
Fifty barrels of Duffy's apple cider, and
fifty cases of Valencia oranges. Twenty-
five barrels of navy beans. (1. H. Jackson
& Co. "
One thousand two hundred sacks of
cotton seed arrived at this port by the
steamer Ste. Genevieve last Saturday after
noon for the Cairo oil company. It is the
first instalment and will be Boon followed
by a second and a third. The works are
being rapidly pushed toward completion,
and will bo in full blaBt by the first of
January, us promised by Mr. Davis, the
An improvement is being made iu tho
saloon of Mr. Harry Walker, which has spe
cial reference to the comfort of oyster-eaters.
Mr. Walker is having three stalls
put up on one side of the saloon,
which he will furnish with handsome little
tables, chairs and damask curtains, so that
persons wishing to enjoy a dish of oysters
can do so in a littlo apartment separated
from the saloon proper and from the gen
From the Baton Rouge Advocate we
learn that there will be less sugar made
this year by fifty per cent, than was made
laBt year. Tho crops in that locality are es
pecially poor. Planters who mado 500
hogsheads last year will make only fifty,
and this proportion exists iu very many in
stances. Some parties who made 150 hogs
heads last year will not grind. Tho crop
in the entire state of Louisiana will be about
100,000, against 200,000 for last year.
Tho negro, Alfred Sauders, who killod
another negro named Mosos King at Bird's
Point last Sunday evening a week ago, has
been captured and lodged in jail at Charles
ton, Mo. flo was found by Mr. Stephen
Bird last Saturday evening, hiding in tho
low bushes on a sort of island not far from
tho Mississippi river shore. He was cap-
tared by Mr. Bird and turned over to a
number of negroes, who bound his arms bo
hind him, armed themselves with pistols
and guns aud marohod hiin of to Cuarloston.
The Perry County Press, published at
DuQuoin, says : "Passing through Cairo
which Egyptian city is ou a big boom,
the Illinois Central railroad is about com
pleting their monster elevator, constructed
to hold nine hundred thousand bushels of
wheat, and transfer tho samo in bulk into
ships layiug alongside'aihc elevator. Hereto
fore tho grain has boon hauled iii sacks,
which uddod greatly to the timo and ex
peuse of tho transfur. They havo been an
ticipated by far seeing business men, and
Cairo fools already n groat impetus, aud
starts to greatness."
During tho last sixteen years naviga
tion has been suspouded at St. Louis on ac
count of ice, as follows :
Winter U5-'60, navigation suspended ... 27
'OO-'O;, " ... 38
'7-'l)8, " " ... 40
'(18-'09, " " ... ()
'09-70, " " ... 7
'70-'71, " " ... 33
'71-'72, " " 43
'72-'78, " " ... 51
'73-'74, " " ... ()
'74-'75, " " ... 58
'75-'7fl, " " ... ()
'78.'77, " " ... 58
'77-'78, " " ...()
'78-'79, " " ... 46
'70.'8O, " " ... 15
'80.'81, " " ... 70
Mr. Weston Rudolph, an old and high
ly respected citizen of Lovelacoville, Bal
lard county, died at noon Thursday last,
after a several years Ulricas of dropsy. Tho
deceased leaves seven children, throe grown
and a very largo connection of relatives
and an erfsDslvu acquaintance to mourn his
death, He was a son of Mr. Andy Ru-'
dolpb, who lives in this county nnsr New
Hope church, and the eldest child we be
lieve. His remains ware burled yesterd ay
forenoon in the Lovelacevllls burying
grounds, tbe services being conducted by
Rev. Ward, and in the, midst of a largs con
course of sorrowing friends.
A letter received by one of our citinens
from Mr. Daniel O'Leary, the world-renowned
pedestrian, states that be is now at
Cincinnati ; but that he contemplates a trip
to the west via Cairo soon, and that if a
hall can be secured and there is any interest
manifested by tha people of tbe city, he
may stop over here a day or two, and give
the people of Cairo an exhibition of his
skill as a walklst. Mr. O'Leary is remem
bered by many of our citizens who became
acquainted with him a number of years ago
when he made Cairo his home. Since he
has left, he has gained renown and our
people would doubtless be glad to
meet mm again and would cer
tainly be delighted to witness
his fleetness of foot. Should Mr. O'Leary
conclude to give the exhibition as inti
mated he may rest assured that he will
have an audionco as cultured as ho ever
hsd anywhere and large enough to fill tho
most spacious hall in the city.
-Of eighty sven cases which woro dock
eted for trial at the recent term
of tho county court, all but
eleven havo been disposed of in a very
quiet way. The remaining eleven cases arc,
with the exception of three or four, of no
importance. The seventy-six cases wero
gotten off the docket so quietly and with
so little expenso to the county, that per
sons who wore not present and paid strict
attontion to the proceedings of the court
might havo been lead to bolievo that tho
court was making very little headway.
There were no jury trials at all during this
term of court, hecco the expense to tho
county has been very light only about
three dollars per day. Of the eleven cases
remaining on tho docket, and which will
lay over until the next term of tho court,
tho third Monday in December, are those
of two prisoners, a boy and man, charged
with larceny. These will probably bo
among the most important cases tho court
will have to deal with during the next term.
A man named Collins, who has been
for some time employed at the Illinois Cen
tral freight depot, and boarding at tho
Vicksburg house on Commercial avenue,
was yesterday taken into custody by officer
Mahanny and confined in tho city jail.
The charge against him is not a criminal
one, as yet, but he is a crank and cranks
have figured of late only too frequent in
the role of bold assassins and would-be
assassins. This man, Collins, has been act
ing very strangely, but very inoffensively in
his boarding house for several weeks past.
His chief forte seemed to he dancing and
singing, which he did almost incessantly to
the great amusoment of his fellow boarders
during the day, but to their great disgust
during the night. He would leave his
room at any hour of the night in very ab
breviated apparel and sing and dance lust
ily all through the house. The guests be
came tired of the midniijht circus perfor
ance, repeated with painful sameness, night
after night, and complained to tho officer
who kindly took him in charge. He has
been at the Anna asylum before, and it is
probable ho will be sent there again by
the next torni of the county court, if thero
is room for him.
Some excitemout was created in Mound
City and iu this city by tho rumor that Mr.
A. B. Roborson, of Villa Ridge, the green
back candidate for congress at the last elec
tion, had mysteriously disappeared be
tween this city and his home. The Pulas
ki Patriot of Saturday containod tho fol
lowing detailed account of tho supposod
affair : "Last Thursday morning Mr. A. B,
Roborson, of "Tater Ridge," near Villa
Ridge, started from his place, for Cairo,
with a drove of cattle. Ha went through
this city about 0 o'clock. Yestorday morn
ing a brother of Mr. Robinson came down
hero post haste looking for tiding of his
brother, Mr. A. B. Roborson, stating that
tho horse he rode to Cairo the day bofote
come home Thursday night about mid
night with no rider, that the hitch roin was
securely fastened to the saddle, which indi
cated that tho horse had not broken loose;
tho bridle was on the horse's neck, just as
though it had beeu carelessly dropped by
the rider, and that no word could bo heard
from Mr. Roborson. His brother thinks
that some ono must have scon Mr. R. get
tho money for his cattlo, followed and way
laid him on the route home. We hope
Buch is not tho case, but the circumstances
look very suspicious, as Mr. R. is not in the
habit of becoming intoxicated, and he was
never known to turn his horso loose to go
homo by itself." Since the foregoing ap
peared in print it has been ascertained that
Mr. Roberson is all right. He left his cattle
here to be sold and started for homo on his
horso. When ho had gotten some distanco
into the country he fell from his horso and
tho horso continued on his way alono. Mr.
Roborson was seen in this city alive and
well Saturday forenoon.
Mr. Oberly, editor of the Bloomington
Bullotin, has been givoa the appellation of
"Bishop," since tho meeting of tho Odd
Fellows at Springfield, end thero will be
but few who will dispute his right to bear
tho appellation, In the first ptseo hs is the
D0MIANS, CLOAKS AND CIRCULARS!
For Ladies, Misses and Children,
At Actual Ma nufacturer'i Cost
We manufacture these goods in New York, and sell them
at wholesale throughout the United States. Owing to the
unfavorable season for these goods we havo orders from our
Mr. J. Burger, New York, to sell them at cost. , Our stock is
large and complete, comprising the lowest prices to the floest
and costliest garments all at actual COST!
Now is your time to obtain a great bargain, for we are de
termined to sell and reduce stock.
in all Qualities and Styles, at Greatly Reduced Prices!
FLANNELS, of all kinds-Cautou and all wool-at
greatly reduced prices!
DRESS GOODS and CASHMERES, with trimmings to
match, in endless variety, are now offered lower than
HOSIJKKY! H OSIKRY !! HOSIERY !!!
For all ages woolen, cotton, in fact all kinds at prices to
suit. Tho wintor Lai not turned out liko the weather prophets
predicted. We are caught with a large stock of goods owing
to their prophesies, aud tho people can have the benefit ot our
mistaken confidence for we aro determined to sell. Price no
object give us a call and wo will save you money.
124 Commercial Ave.
editor of the great religious and democrat
ic organ of Illinois, and secondly he is tho
very imago of a "bishop." In fact it is be
causo of his striking resemblance to Bishop
Seyuiore that he has been and is being
dubbed "bishop" by all tho big and little
political nuns in the state. In the Odd
Fellows meeting at Springfield recently,
Mr. Oberly, as ho always does, because of
bis natural modesty, took a not very prom
inent position in the audience; but his in
tellectual countenance, also as it always
does, soon attracted the attention of persons
in all parts of the room. Persons would
crane their necks to yet a good look at him
and then would whisper to their next neigh
bor, "isn't that Bishop Soy more over there?"
And if the person addressed had seen tho
bishop and gave a hasty look in the direc
tion indicated by the questioner, 1m would
invariably answer in the affirmative. But
Governor Cullom, in his address of wel
come, "brought down the house" when,
after having expressed himself iu appro
priate language in regard to his own and
tho feoliugs of the people of Springfield to
ward the visiting Odd Fellows, he said, io
substance: "Not being an Odd Fellow I
know nothing of the secret beauties of the
order, but will refer you for an able expo
sition of these to Bishop Oberly, who is
The "international anti-vaccinatioa
congress" held its second annual session at
Cologne in October. The session lasted
four days, and was attended by forty-five
delegates representing the various leagues
and societies opposed to vaccination iu
Europe and the United States. A vast
amount of matter, composed of municipal
returns, statistical tables, official repsrts,
books, pamphlets and journals relating to
the subjects of vaccinatiou aud small pox
wore received aud f .didored, aud numer
ous addresses and papers were deliverod,
all taking tbe ground that vaccinatiou is
not a preventative of small pox, but is on
tho contrary a fruitful source of disease it
self. In a report of tbe proceedings of the
congress, it is claimed that an examination
of tho official returns of the burgomasters
in the cities of Lieguitz, Lubeck, Dussel
dorf, Cologne and other places, demoustra-
tod the constant priority to attacks of small
pox of the vaccinated over the unvaccinated
a fact admitted to be true of infauts by
Dr. Thilenius, the leader of tho pro-vaccina-tors
in the Gorman imperial parliament.
Among other proposals approved by the
congress was the petitioning of the various
legislatures to make vaccinators responsible
for the evil consequences attending upon
tho oporation, which it was believed would
at no distant day causo the practice to bo
abandoued. The general conclusions ar
rived at by the congress wero that small
pox, when rationally treated, is not relative
ly a dangerous disease; that vaccination
does not afford immunity from it, but, on
the contrary, (boing itself an Infusion of
zymotic molecules') is anexcitant of it, ond
thatitnotintroqueutly introduces dangerous
maladies into the system. These anti-vaccination
congresses will bo continued yearly
until "tho compulsory vaccination acts
which aro everywhere the cause of unspeak
able evils, are dually abolished." And in
the meantime, we have no doubt that the
general public, believing that vaccination is
the less of two evils, will continue to uso it
as a precaution against small pox.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY.
The Bulletin was in receipt of the fol
lowing telephone messago from Cacho
Bridge at 1 1 :43 o'clock a. m., yesterday :
Cache Buidok, Nov. 28th.
Special to tu Cairo Bullotin.
Will loave Cache bridge at uoon with
Mound City snd Cairo telephone line. Will
bo in Mound City, Wednesday.
Z. P.IIoTonKiss, Manager,
The message was sent over the wire to
The Bollicttn office by Mr. Hotchkiss
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chin., Vrl. !. $ 1 ,1 iiml
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n.l tnr nil limit of m.
hna ror i lreulur In
BACKUS WATER MOTOR CO., Nwrk. N. J
This la tha
Most Eeouoiuical Power Known
FOR DRIVING LIGHT MACHINERY !
ll lkf but Units wain.
, It Lt-vor gota out of repmr
t it faunnt blow op.
It require' Do fuel.
It UeeJa uo i-ndneer
Tln-re is uo ilciay ; no firing up; uo Mliea lu clcL
way: no exlr insurance tu pay; do repair
IDS DCfary; no coaj bula to pay,
nod it ll alwayi ready for ua.
It is Very Cheap.
Prices $19 to J0V. Slate ptpi-r ya isw this id Id
FAIK and FESTIVAL.
for the benefit of
St. Patrick's Catholic Church.
Tuesday, Wednesday aud Thursday
NOVEMBER 29 AND 30,
AND DECEMBER 1,
Arab Engine House.
ADMISSION 85 CENTS.
hiuuelf, who WMitauduig ou top of Cache
Bridge. Every word was distinctly under
stood at this end of the line -just as dis
tinctly, in fact, ss though spoken from any
station insido of the city limits.
Latkb At 4:4 another . mmao ar
rived at this office, this timo from Mound
City, stating that the Una was completed
and in working order. Every word of the
message was is distinct as tho other bad,
been, proving that tho line was la. excellent
working order. By this connection with
Mound City, the exchange in this city is
rendered much mure valuable to its sub
scribers. TOLICE NOTES.
MAOlSTRAXB COMIJiOS' COUBT.
W. R. Dyer, porter on the steamer City
of New Orleans, was arrested by officer
Hogau upon a warrant sworn out by a
passenger of the boat, charging him with
larceny. Dut the passenger fulled to make
good thochargo and Dyer was discharged.
The particulars of the passenger grievance
aro certainly as serious as they aro myste
rious. Ho got aboard of the boat at St.
Louis with a satchel und pocket book, both
containing money, in his possession. On
his way here, whilo he was asleep, some one
cut open his pocket and satchol, and took
what money and other valuable articles
tbey contained. Other passengers wero
treated in a similar manner, so that thero
was much indignation and a goneral hunt
for thioves on tho boat for a while. Tho
porter was suspocted, but the suspicion 1
seems to have been not well founded.
Tho Kennobcc (Mo.) Journal says that it
is authorized to state that Mr. Blaiuo will
not be a candidate for congress, for govern
or of Maine, or for eloction to the United
States senate, and that the story that he is
going as United States minister to England
has no foundation whatever. He will re
tire from tbe cabluot early next month, and
will thoo. devote himself entirely to his
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