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THE DAILY C'AIKO KUI.LUTIN: KIUDAY MOKMNU, JULY HI, l82.
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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
81000. Given, ,
If Hlunu.r nny iiiJiiriiiiisMil'viiiiiicufiiii Im foiiim
In Andrews lVarl JJ.ikiim J'owclor. In l
lively PURE, lli iiim iicliir.-r.!, nrnl UHmoii iuls'
received in. in Mil l) clienilMnn S. Jinim I1hn, lt'
tun; M iHliil'iiutilllie, ol Cliini;:o; inl.l Ull-lllVllS
lit kI -', Milwaukee. Never In lnttU.
C. E. ANDREWS A. CO.
CTI ICA UO, Ml JAVA II KEK,
4I Michif.iui Av. is. ts'j it J'.'l K. Wnut
rrnrvrnraut. tu IV UTU1 itl'll bllllS-
fiictory to iti wearer In rvei y v ny,
or t!w money will ' p liiml'iil I'V
thti H.iimmli(iiii wlnu.i it VllBlll'lll,lll
Th1lllv(Vll't iirnnnuijOHl hv iiif leniHi i: ,hv i' l im
flnl Injurliiun ! Ill" v.iir. i . n.i.l . n '"i w il I v I "
tin. " irawl f.)iufiirlftlil- kh.I I'- run lltmi! i'um'I ever
, luada" JK M(, va,. i..,!,!,
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Abdamlnul (iitru kmrl .MI. Kumimt. &
Ufullh l'roervln (lac .oiilfl' ''''. I'umcvii
For Mle hj lindli.K ltitull "nli' rpjrw "
C i ICA GO t U S IPX CO . , rlilcutiu. 111.
, Wi-ir.au' ii WutV.
Nii OPiMurv )ii;v I'.n' la-t 1: :s kIiow ii 'vo
ln ill In r In !!i r niituri'. Min i1 the ihiv
wl.'cn Hi Fry. ricli. Iii'iniiilul u till
L'ilttM. jin :i ln'.l h all tin- uf liri".t
liriiain - -1 1 ' c.t u.-c i t;i!i'i!iin
wlionls alii) Iiiriiiiilin't'i.i i illiin ihd
prNdii. tiif iiir a) hi'I'mi'I'm !iini cciitnil
iii'njx! (i lui'ii.-iiii' l.vlin llii'i'o Iims
Dot In-i ll V;iii'li;i I ! ;i ili i i.'ili ill
to bull.! :Us! MIJ'.; I cliiin Ii j. Hi! ml
Iccs, u l'ii. 'run' 4iirliliiij;:t!i' in li'i..ii
tills, :i Cinrii liurtun m lie1.'-, u
Hcli'ii Clnilini iN in iniilni jil iiiisiiiiis,
ri'ViTi-,1 liy tin' ni'i't ilcniilril, nCilln r
inn lVtnii'l'iMihi'i" mnnii t lie iuli':isls :ui
Aliniu M;iCilnT.-Mi!l liliilill l.nlin'S fill'
tlimis.iiit.s .f nrM' lliiin oi ..,iiii'il chil
driMi, a I, uly Ptn-ili'tt CuuiIjIu .ml
liftci'ii niilliuii inl!:irs in inmli-l triii iiii'iil
house Mill iuUmihi-, nml .1 ,S. :ili Smili v
to tell wit 'i wiiiiKinly ti'ii'li'lin -tin' .-tiny
Of till C(l-,
"" out iii's lii lii'viilrnl v.'irl. him liivn
HKIl'VI'Mmi-J ill till' l'Hl ClMllM'-V. (Mil of
t'ilil liitinlivtl jinii ti'iit-!w.'i Hsnri:t
tiolH coinlurti'il l,y wciui'li, I i'inrti'il to
t lie Woliu n's (Vn.i'Hiii.il r,n:i'i, nil lint
live an the jn i ! ul'ihc ln- t lin mil l
years, nml uint. of l!u twcnly livn
years. ( )nc of t l.i-.', tin' ll'vl ('m-i of
(iiM'iuany iinilcr Au;'.tiia, for tlio ranj
of tlio -irk nml woiiiiili'.l in war or fam
ine, liosjiiial or oi'lian ii-vluui uirl;,
liM ils Ihrc;' lintnlml Hint rility-onc
. brani'lii'', ainl a I'l.'inlu'i vliiji . iim !iiiN
of tliij i v-oiic tlioii.-an I. 1 In 1'i'ii 'rosa
of liiiNi.'i Ij.'n c.iii- liiunlr. , nml scvi'tity
6ix lu'uiiflu.-. 'Mm Li. ml hi Soiiily has
"tain Sop an' Ta.r;;."
Thn possum is a great delii acy in the
southern portion of the .'niied States.
The negroes especially go fairly wild
over thcin, and during the s a.iiii their
mouths water at the bam mention of
"possum." A (ieorgia tiegio given ex
pressioiis to his feelings on the subject,
"Oo-oo-ce! go way, nl;". ' i You low
country, liiiusli-tinkv darkies don't
know nviluV 'bunt 'pu.-,11111 sup an' ta-
4.... -v. .. I . - . .
ut. 1 uu ni's giii'.uir one 01 ie np
couutfy 'pomm-Hiiy l'o' yen ole -been
king of de range Hence 'simnioii
times; you take yo dog,' run him 'bout
five miles, till h. rri tender, an' den
tree him, cut him down, coti-h him, and
bring h'mi home; clran him all ober
nice, nalt bun down, and let him lay
'zactly tvo days and free nights; de'n
on de third day in the iimming parbile
him by ile watch free hours: 'h 11 you
take him outen do bile, put bim onto ,()
stew; den you base him wid butter,
jiejipcr, and barbecue fur two more
hours; den put grate big yam Inters all
roun' him in a row, nn' pour on de but
ter an' slew an' barbecue all over de
tnru an' possum tell it all Hindi likn
tatcrs 1111' ta' like 'possum. Cook it
tell you Kincll it up dp road nn" down dn
road, in de loll", an' so uu kin tas' it at
eb'ry lin-ll'; den yon take him up, place
him a grate big dish, wid de later an'
sop, an' you bring along de ball' gallon
culTy pot. rite full an' hot d.-n, nig"cr,
you go out an' d.-s hlmt. ih (,,r Tirter
you, an' wale tell 1 calls y(iu.";r;iw.
wkk (Ua.) A'la rtiscr.
A UoililOXil Mine,
of health ldto bo totmd in Dr. K. Y. I'ii-rcu'g
'Forito I'reicription," to the ineritB of
which as a remedy for fciuule wcukui'MJund
kindred alllictioi tlnusnnd testify.
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A f 2U.000 Olitirk on a Bhinjjle.
JoM-phC. I'liJiut'i', ii( Vlil'onila jiionccr,
inul ut one linn a banker ami in!iti. ian,
tlicil in OakliunI at tin no of M. Mr.
I'uliin r, in the t'nrly ilays of California,
win ti nii niliiT of I lie linn of rulnicr,
Cook & ('., n Imiik which iliil tin iin
tnciiso liw-incss, nml wlmsn inlliieiico
wit.i felt tlinmlioiit It ii Slahi. 'J'o uliow
liis reuiliiii'.vt to iitl iiL original nii'llioils
in nu cini'rcni'y, it is relalcil that oticit
ii depositor ealleil to ilraw n lare iiitii
of money (i-JS,(iOO) from tlio bank. Mr.
I'tiliiier's consent wtw ueei'ssarv, lint lio
liail lieen called uwuv to uttcni, to sonio
duly til a lunilicryanl hoiik; milt1 or inoro
from lint lunik. Thither tin) depositor
hastened and Hindi! known his wants,
mid the necessity of havin;; llieni nt
teiidi'd to ut once. Mr. Tulnier could
find iieiilurr pen, pencil, ink nor paper.
Hut without ii iiiomenl's husilation, ho
picked tip ti Hliinle, borrowed ii piece,
of red chalk, and with it wrote a check
on the shingle in lare mid distinct let
ters for ii--.'M.iii)i). This was ;,'ood for nil
the money the depositor had in hank,
mid it proved tin exceedingly ood ad
vertisement fop rainier. It rained con
fidence? fur the original Renins of our
first jirt'at banker, whom everybody ad
mired and trusted. San t'ritiiriaco
North Carolina IIoNiitality.
A c,eiitlinian of this city, a lawyer,
w ho had occasion to make a recent trip
inlo an ad joiniuj.'; county, wasvory tnucli
impressed with tin abounding hospital
ity of the fanners, lie said to us that
he hcTievt'd the fanners of North Caro
lina are tin most hospitable people in
h II this land. Our reply whs that wo
could take a bugy and liorse ut Elizti
brih City and travel to Mutes county
without paying a dime for lodging or
iniildiiv meals, and olW to pay each
day. We do not know how it is in other
Stales, but wi- do kimw that thp hospi
tality of the lorih Carolinians living
in 1 1 nj country is unstinted and gener
ous. We hope the time will never conic
when the hospitality that has always
lisliiiguished the people of North Caro
lina will become less abounding and
generous. We, do not earn for the "ele
gant hospitality" of which people boast
so much, as n do for hearty, spontan
eous, warm hospitality thai welcomes
the coining gwnl. Wilmiihjlun, X. C,
American Masons will not fratcrni.o
with those of Chinese origin.
The policemen's clubs in New York
aro almost as fatal as the grip cars in
The Key. Congressman A. Hyatt
Smith is opposed to the delivery of let
ters by carriers on Sunday.
The Cincinnati ('niiirritl. is trying
to get up a boom for eel pie by recom
mending it for disappointed politicians.
Memberships in the New York l'ro
dueo Exchange sell for $'-',iV.',j. It costs
a good deal more, to gel out the con
cern. The California state prison, jute fac
tory is now turning out. t),.1,!)!) yards of
burlap daily. There are four hundred
convicts employed in itn manufacture.
A schoolmaster of Wayne county,
rennsylvania, in attempting to chastise
a girl, one of his pupils, was set upon
by the bovs of the school, who literally
Iienjamiu (iroves, who bought the
wonderful calf at l'l'i'derieksburg. Ya.,
recently I'm- .'!., now values it at ..v
00. Its value consists in ils being eye
There is some talk of placing on I'os
t.011 conimoii a stat ue of .lohn Morrill,
of Maine, who for lit'ly-cight years has
devoted his'cnlire time lo cooking pork
and beans for the lumbermen of Hint
The intention of the authorities to il
luminate Ib'llevue, avenue, at Newport,
K. 1., the fashionable drive, with the
electric light, is meeting with opposi
tion fnun millionaires and other cot
tagers whose property fronts on the av
enue. A calf fell over a precipice at Maker's
Falls, Washington county, N. Y., and
lodged on a .shelving rock inaccessible
from below. It was fed by lowering
a pail until the next (lav, when a man
descended by a rope ami it was hoisted
Dr. Miguel Fnragas ascribes the aro
ma of roasted c'oll'ee to a peculiar sub
stance called cafeone, which is devel
oped during the process of roasting.
Its action on the heart isopposed lo that
of caffeine, a it increases the fmce and
freipiency of its pulsations.
Mackerel canner.s areletei inineil to
do a very extensive business this sea
son, if I ho catch will allow. Already
more than two thousand barrels have
been canned, chielly by one linn, al
though the lish have been obtained lit
This season 200 acres of the Stewart
farm, al (iarden Oily, L. I., lire planted
in rye, '2h0 acres are in, oats, '.'UK acres
tire in potatoes, mid .'10K acres in corn.
About 1,000 acres are seeded in grass,
upon a portion of which Koo sheep are
pastured. In addition to the above,
there is a large vegetable garden.
A young lady, while pacing up Chap
el street, New Haven. Conn., the oth
er afternoon, was .startled by the out
cry: "Your hat Is all onlire." The
young lady (piickly removed the hat
and found a hole had been burned in it
about twice the si.e of a silver dollar.-
It is supposed thai a match dropped
from nu upper window caused the mis
chief. There are over liviSiutnlred Hummer
hotels ami hoarding-houses In (Ireenii
county, New York, by actual count, ae
eomniiidaling from ten to one thousand
guests each, al from ..') to iji'i a week.
The aggregate capacity of these holds
and boarding houses is between 'JO.OOO
and 25,000 persons -and at (ho height
of the season they are pretty much all
K. II. Hidden, while raking over tho
shell heaps ut Friendship, Me., recently
came upon 11 skeleton, which is un
doubtedly that of an Indian, who no
cording to all iipiicuranecs, was I uriod
there some live hundred or one thou
sand years ago; tho heaps urn known
to bo live hundred years old. The bones
were in good condil ion when found, nnd
wcro taken tip to ltowdoiu college,
where they uro now being thoroughly
cleaned preparatory to being set up in
, tho cabinet of the collect).
Children in America, especially in
cities, are not now educated, as former
ly, to tho belief that industry and use
fulness in trades aro mora lionorablo
than smartness and line clothes in com
mercial lines of business, and tho result
is a larger proportion of persona who
live from hand to inoiilh than in tho
earlier days of tho republic,
Lucius Hubbard, of Cottage, Cattar
augus county. N. II., some timo ago
was married for 11 second timo. His
daughter, who is .TO years of ago, was
opposed to the marriage, ami linally
told her father that cither his wife must
leave the house or sho would. Tho
gentleman concluded ho could livo bet-,
ler without bis wife than daughter, and
so nai led from her. lloth wcro wealthy
From a crevice in tho stone front of
the state library building in Albany a
vigorous young elm, now livo feet in
heigh!,, has pushed ils way into tho
world. A large elm, doubtless its moth
er, stands almost opposite the entrance
to the library, and the ollspring is as
green and hardy as the parent. Nature
is evidently delerinined that such an
ambitious sprout shall not perish, but
in what manner she supplies it with
sustenance it is impossible to say. The
building is soon to hi demolished, and
then perhaps tho mystery will bo solv
ed. A great sapphire mine was recently
discovered in tho Himalayan region by
a landslip which carried away the sido
of a mountain and exposed "the long
hidden treasure. No sooner did tho
news reach Serinuggerthaii the nahara
jah sent, a strong sepoy guard to tho
spot, l'rcvioiisly, however, some enter
prising prospectors had done a little
rough work. and. their prizes have duly
reached India. The stones are pro
nounced to be genuine sapphires, but of
jioor quality. It isconsidered probable,
however, that belter ones will bo found
when the mine comes to be systematical
Laud in the Warren, Pa., oil-field is
sold evidently on the basis of 1,1100-bar-i.'l
wells. The McCalnioiit Oil company
has been accommodating a few witli
lands from their 7K-acre piirchaseoii (il!)
nt $ 1,000 for a location of three and a
fraction acres and half the oil. Mr.
Murphy is selling some lands near his
well at .l,K!w per acre and one-quarter
royalty. Col. N. Payne nml his parly
lire leasing their lotliotiin six-acre piece's
at &-IK0 to ll.i'iio per acre, according to
location, ' and one-quarter royally.
Lauds a lio'" oil' the bell can bo had at
from $'Jok to flint) per acre and aquarter
A remnant of the once powerful Pet
qiiot race still maintains a tribal organ
ization in Connecticut. Schagutieoke,
Hie ancient seat of this people, is situat
ed in the town of Kent, under the
Schiighticoko mountain, in the middle
of tin' valley of Housalonie. Schiighli
coke now consists of six, little brown,
claphoarded, onc-slury houses, tenanted
by some seventeen persons, and tho
whole tribe numbers about Ii ft v. Tho
reservation of three hundred acres com
prises Sdiaghticoke mountain, valuable
only for timber. Yinnie, t'ne aged queen
of thi! tribe, is nearly white, earns her
living by basket-making, and is a mem
ber of the nearest Congregational
Mr. Ouilliot accuses the sewing ma
chine of causing two cases of locomotor
ulaxia, which he considers brought on
by coiislanl use of it. Locomotor ataxia
isadisca.se of the nervous system in
which the patient is unable lo manage
1 1 ...
his iiinsi ular movements and is in a con
dition somewhat similar to intoxication.
Hereafter if a man has the symptoms of
a too free indulgence in sour mash, all
he need do is to as-erl that Ik! runs a
A young man seated beside an elderly
passenger on the Cincinnati, Hamilton
and Hay ton Irain Ihc other day made
considerable sport in a quiet way of the
hal of a lady near them. At last Ms
elderly companion replied: "That lady
n my wife, sir: and I told her that every
fool who saw the hat would make fun of
ii; bill she wouldn't believe mo, and in
hi.iled on wearing it." The young man
stammered an apology and retreated to
the smoking car.
A Most Ingenious Oook,
Near, in the opinion of I bed reek poet
Kuphroii, are the poet and the cook,
liolh, he says, attain by an ingenious
imdacity the apex of Ihe'ir art. And to
show the intellectiialdaringof theeoqj;,
he tells the following story: Nieoiuedes,
the great king of Hitluiia,' being once on
a time some twelve days' journey from
Hie sea, had a sudden longing for a
loach. Some lexicographers explain the
word used by Kuphroii as "smelt." but
the general consensus is in favor of the
former interpretation. His cook served
him nn in twenty minutes this very lish.
Everybody wondered, for Hie season, lo
odd to the dillicult y of the exploit,
chanced to lie midwinter. It is said that
once while Sehleu sat in the assembly
of divines at Westminster, a warm de
bate arose about the distance from Jer
icho to .Jerusalem. Those who con
tended for the longer distances were
about to yield to the argument of their
adversaries that lishes wcro carried
from one city to the other, when theccl
obnifed lawyer cried out, "Perhaps the
(idles wero salted," upou which the dis
pute was renewed with increased vigor,
lint the loach in the present, case was
quite fresh. How then was it procured?
French cooks can, if is well known,
make a delicious soup out of an old
shoe, but the curious device of I he cook
of Nieoiuedes will be found equally
clever. He look a turnip, and cut it in
to the ligure of a loach, lie then boiled
it gently over a slow tire, added a cer
tain quantity of oil and salt -not that
iinleliuite amount familiar tons in mod
ern cookery books as a "pinch," but
measured with exact nnd learned dis
crimination -and completed the dish by
the sprinkling of a dozen pains of black
popper. Nieoiuedes, devouring the
disguised turnip with a good appetite,
told his friends that it was the ii m-st
loach ho ever ale in his life. It is sure,
ly but a just reward of merit, that cooks
possessed of such powers 11s Iheseshoulil
receive those high salaries we read of hi
the records of imperial Koine. JauhIuh
They make something besides ollley.
holder's in Washington, themanufaetur.
ing establishments of the city having a
capital of 5,81,2W, employing 7,!
persons, while their products aro valued
Chills and Fever.
SlmiiiniiH Liver Ki.'Rii'
lalur Minn liri'Hki mo
clullt ami cnrrlim tli
f. VlTOIll (ll UlUXVKtUIII.
Ii c'iiri' when All utliur
riTllell uu full.
S ok Headache.
V 1 1 lio relief nml euro
uf thla (ImtrbKiUnif dl-
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'jim 11 m"1 tire r. iiilllui.n . T
tui. . it lti'L'iilutiir.
Tin' H'.'iiliiiir will luiHlllwly tun tliln U.rllili'
illri'i.Ki!. Wc uhfirt iiMi'liiilli ally wlni! wo know to
hliinilil nut in ri'iainli'il nh n (rilling nllmunt. Na
ture iIi'IiiiiIhIk Kin lUiuoH rri'iilurily iif Ihu Iiiiwi'Ih.
TliiTi'luri' iimi'i-I niluru liy tiililni! Huiimnnii Uivcr
Hi ciihil'ir. II in liH'inli'rH, in lid nml clli'i-liiiil.
Oim er tn tiilili'Kuiniirtilti will ri'llcv nil tli
Irmilik'H inrlili'lit to 11 Milium elntn, hii. Ii ah Naui-na
ILKiiii-rii, IihiwhIi,i, lMhtrt vr iillir 111 1 1 1 K H Mt
ti'i Inul lu-U' In I ho iniiiilli.
M A I jAK IA.
I'i ifiniH iiwi) nvolit ull ultui kH liy orrimliimilly
Inking 11 duKi' ol SI1111111111H l.her lli giil.ilur to ki'i'
lie' liM-r In ln'iillliyiii'liiui.
J i A 1 HWKATIl!
yi'iiriiilly urlHiui! Ir nn it illhtinleri il hIiiiiikcIi, run
lie rum i U'l In lni. mc Siiiiiiuuim l.lvt'r Ki'CUIkIit .
SiiiiiiiiiiiH I im r Id uiiIhI r conn rrmlli iitin Dili it'
i'msi' Hem Hie h, Hit 111, lcnlnn tin rklu clrnr lul
(ric Iruiii nil iiiiiunllrii.
(IliMli'll HllllrriM: Willi i'illi ViM'll -'rrli'll C rv
III I vnI.i'H Siiiiuiniir l.iwr lii uii'Nler i n.lminlMi 1
ut. Ailult uln.i ilernn trent Im iu Hi frem On
nu illi on', ll if iiel mi)'W'Hi'Ktit ; tl m IiiiiihIi m
nnd ( lleilivj. I'uri'ly IhI'Is.
I i LA D 1 ) I : K iV K 1 1 ) N i ' s
Moi-I el ilie ilini' iM r ut tin' MmltttT eritlimn rrein
IhoHi) el 1I11' kiilni in. U1-I11.0 til" mllKil i'f I In'
llvei -fully unit 1'iilii 1 he kidlii) mill Mmltlrr Mill
l)i' ri'Hur'i il
W"Tki' iiiilv tin- ui iiiiliif. whtrh nlwy him on
Ilie 1 11 peer 1 he ri d . 11 into nmrk ami ii. li.Hliiro ol
J.II.KKILIN Ac CO.,
Kernili' hy nil (Irnyi-tclH.
Pain Cannot fc'tav Whole
It Is UhccI.
Ulniciiiatlrin ii cured liy
THOMAS' ECLKSTKIU OIL.
A liuiie lmck of ulyht yearn gtaudlng wa porltlve
ly cured l.y 50 cema worth of
TAOMAS' ECLECTK1C OIL
Commuu eorc tlirout In cured w ith one done of
THOMAS' IICLKCTHIU OIL.
Coiinhs and colJs are cured hy
THOMAft' ECI.KCTKI0 OIL.
All throat and luuKdifvaroK are cured liy
T1KJM.VS' EC'LECTHIC OIL
Afilhmu in cured liy
THOMAS' KCJ.ECTK1C OIL.
Iliinj aud frot-t bltiK uro relieved at olico liy
THOMAS' EC'I.JkCTKIC OIL
Always gives siitiHfaction.
Sold by Medicine Dealers everywhere.
Pi ice 50c. and tl
.Y0STKR, SIILIU'JIN & CO., 1'rop'rs.
liulTalo. N. Y.
Ilivo' Iiiih of Niiliill n D'l inriilliiin
rniiniintK iii Omni, rrnviHiiuiH nml
Sliiekii us fiilly luelei'ti'il us miiHt
Our hiii 'I'i'iirifiil, fnllv ti uiil, nlil ms
t.ilile.hi'il 11I1111. Try II. Ui!mrtn
ti nt wi'i'lilv.iln-iileiiilH iiM iiioiilh-
I.V. Sl'll'l lit OUCH fur C!XllltIIHlli y
i nciiliirs h nil i.Hit nconl, ciii;k.
J vifriilii i.ii 1 ,;riiiif ttt hirt"ri
lii'U'tliu 011 tin:. J1111.I ifHii.TI per
iili'irn A..lii"H KI.KM.tllNfi A
HI l,l,'U -, n I 113 LhShIIu
i'Vtn wiint a lixiit ncont In
I'Vi-rv t"wn. Kxopllont induce.
iim iil'i. 1 "I 1 hi v to u ri'HioiiKl-I'li-.
Mill ui.' iuii i jxiiiu. VnU lor
AUF.NT full Til R HAl.lt DC
t, ,) I'AXTKKS TEAMKNOINL
V&3SI Coll e I)c Ei)(!K.
and Marine Engines
fcXUINKX A M'KCIAII'Y.
FARM KN01NKS, MAt'lllMSTS'
OF ALL KINDS, UKLT1N0,
1'iiIleyH aiuT Ceneral .Siijiplii-H,
No. 1;U, North Third Hlre.ul,
li'njjei, liiicliu, Man
dralic, Siillinci.-i, and
many of the best niedi
clnrt known nrn conv
'I'onlc. into medicine
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