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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 1882.
Mayor N. B. Thistlewood.
Treasurer T J . Kerth.
Clerk-l)i mils. J, Koliiy .
t'iiiitialur-'Win. U. lillburt.
itoruuv William Hendricks.
BOARD Or ALDIKallN.
Clrt Ward-Win. JlcHaln. T. M. Kiinkruagh.
s,i-.nnd VS'rd-J Ilinkle.C. N. flushes.
Third Ward B. K, I.Make, John Wood.
Fourth Ward Charles 0. Patlor, Adoipb 8wo-
Kirih Werd-T. W. Ilalllday, Eruest B. Petttt.
Circuit J 11 (1b i. J. linker.
Circuit Cli rk-A. 11. Irvln.
louuiy JudK'i K. 8 Yocum.
County Clers S.J. Huniin.
County Altorney-J. M. Dmnron.
County Treanurr-Miles W. I'arker.
rtliHilir John Hodniis.
County CommtMlonuM-T. W. Ilalllday, J. A.
Ulbh. and Peter riaup.
C1AIKU BAPTIST. C'ruer Tenth ind Poplar
yttro'tn; preaching flratand third Sundays to
eacn muntti. II a. m. and 7:V) o. m : prayer meet
ti.it Thursday, 7:3Up. m : Sunday nchool, :! a.ro
Kef. A. J. UK88 I'M tor.
nill'KCH OP TUB KEDBKMKKK.lecnpa)
Vj Fourteenth street; banday 7:00 a m., lioly
Kuthartst; :WJ a. m , Sunday s :bool ; U.OJ a.m.,
Mornlug l'rsyers; p. m Erealng I'rayen. ?.
V. Paveuporl, 8. T. B. Hector.
MlliST MISSIONARY r)Alri8T CHCliCH.
V I'n-af Mrin; at W W) a a p. m., and 7:80 p. m.
. lii.li sibool at "HO p. to K. T. J. Shores,
I t.TIIKKAK -Thirteenth street; serrkes Bab
Ij bsih rwi a. m-i Sunday school I p. m. Kev.
Knippe. part jr.
MKTIIODIKT-Cor. Eliihth and Walnut street,
Preaching hsbbsth 11:00. m. and7:!0 p.m.
r-unday School at p ni. IUv. J. A. Scsrrelt,
l)l(KBYTKKIAN-KlKbth street; preaching on
1 Sabbath at 11:00 a. m and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
mwtlmi Wtxlnetdar at 7:) p.m. j Sunday School
at 8 p. m. K B. V. Oeor. pastor.
ST. .IOSF.1'11 BiKoimd Catholic) Corner Cross
and Walnut streets; services Sabbath 10:J0a.
ii. ; 8uuday School at 2 p. m.i Ve.pera I p. m.;ser
rno. every day at 8 am. Hot. O'tlara, l'rieet.
ST PATRICK'S -Komau Catholic) Corner Ninth
sto-et and Washington arenas; services Hah
naib and 10 a m.; Verpers S p. m.; Sunday School
t p . m. service, tvery day at t . m. Rev. MaeWraoli
II. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. K.
Mall .... S:IJs m I tMall 4:ii6a.m
tAccoradation.il :10am KiurtM 11:10a m
(Express 4:ip m I AecmdatloB..t:05 p m
MISS CKNTHAL R. It.
Mall 4:'ja.mtMa!l...... .. 5:f)p.m
EipreM 10:1 ftam tSzprve 11:30 a m
bT. L.C. K. K (Narrow Oaugo )
EiprBM l:aat.m I 'Kipr. 4:Tlp.m
Actom'datlon. Irjop.m I 'Accom'datoln JM p m
T.L., I M. A 8 . K. H
KKpro U:3"p.m I fKiprv. - 3 " P m
tAiciim aation. :3op.m fAccont'datlon 11:41 am
WABASH, 8T. LOCH PACIFIC K'Y CO.
NM1 A Hi .... IM.n Mall A Ex.... t:'J p m
Dally eiccpt8undy. tlally.
MOBILE t OHIO U K:
Mall 1:05 a.m. I Mail
Kipre.i i:tt a. m. I Kipre..
. .S:50 p. ni.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO JL K.
TKAINM KI N AS FOLLOWS.
Kiptcmand Mll li-ava Cairo. every dy except
Sunday, atlO;i') a m. Arrtv.a 4 :: p. m.
Accomwodlion arrlvea at UMi p. tn. and do
parti at 1 to p. ui.
Walnut St , near 1 Lit h.
SUMMER TERM, from July 5, 12 weeks
FALL TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
TV IT ION Foil TERM
Common School, Academic aud Comtuvrclal
Si KNHV f'liOYD.Tpiu hcr.
EOUOE H. LEACH, M. D.
Physician nnd Surgeon.
Pimclal attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ini'nt of nurglcal dUeatei, aud disuse of women
and children. ,,.
Offlc : Ou 1 llh atruet, opposite the Post Olllco,
JJR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICB-Klghth Htreet. near Commercial ATentm
U. E W. WHITLOCK,
Orifi-No. 1S6 Commercial Avouue, butween
Kghthand Mntu Htrenui
PROPIUETOK OP SrUOA.T'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice
ICE I'Y THE CAR LOAD OR TON,WEH
r'!KED FOU BIIIPPINO
Oar Loads a Specialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
HENRY E. TAYLOH Mast.!!
OEO. JOBES Clerk
I.eiivea Padueah for Cairo daily (Sundays except
od) at 8 a.m. and M mnd City at 1 p m. Return
lllK Li-avvs Cairo ntl p. in. Mound. City at ip. in.
r EBB Y BOAT
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE Hta STATES.
On rod after Monday, June 7th, and until further
notice me fenyho.t will make trips as follows:
Mavis Liana Mivis
Foot Fourth st. Mlssoari Land g. Kentucky Ld g.
1:00 i m.
10 :00 a. ra.
2:00 p. m
8:30 a. m.
9 a. m.
I p. m.
5;0u p. m.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
JjJUREKA! EUREKA! !
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFK INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid , Society,
OrganiiedJulv Uth, 1877, Under tlio Laws o
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted Jul?
9, 1877, Under Act of CongreM.
P. O. HCnUH President
C. T. HL'DD Vice President
J. A. UOLDSTINE Treasurer
J.J. OOUDON Medical Advunr
THOMAS LEWIS ....HecretHr-
JOI1N C. WHITE Assistant BacrcttuA
U. LEIOHTON, T,. h. THOMAS,
J. C. WHITE, W. F. PITC1IEK,
J. 8. McOAHEY.
BOARD OF MANAGKK8:
William Htratton, of Htratton A Bird, wholesale
Rrocers; Paul O. Schuh, wholesaleand retail dntic
gift; Hazon Lalghton, commission merchant; Jan.
B. McOakey, lumber dealer; J. J. Gordon, phys
lciau; J. A. Ooldetlne, of Ooldstine & Iiosenwater,
wholesale and retail dry good, etc; Wm.F. Pitch
er, general agent; Menrv B. "Ellis, city prlutor anil
bonk binder; Cheslcy llaynes, Cooper; Jno. C.
White, assistant secretary and solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer In flour and grain ; P. ltrosa, presi
dent Alexander Countv Bank ; O, W. Hendricks,
contractor and bmlder; Cyrus Oloso, general
agent; Thomas Lewis, secretary and attorney at
law; L.B.Thomas, broom manufacturer: W. K
Ktissel, contractor and builder; O. T, Rudd
ageut C. St. 1.. AN. O. rallaoad; Moses l'hllhps.rar
niutcr; 11. A. Chumbloy, contractor, Cairo, Ills.,
lluv. , I, Spencer, clergvmau.Htlieuls, Mo.; J. H.
Bethuno, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Charlee
ton. Mo. ; J. H. Moore , lawver, Commerce. Mo. :
I). Slnglotarv, phvalclan, Arlington, Ky. ; J. V.
Tarry, phvslclan. Fulton, Ky. : Win. Ryan, farmer,
Murrv.Kv. ;A. Stelnbach, manufacturer of sad
dlerv, Evansvllle, Ind.; Ike Anderson, secretary
to superintendent C. St. L. A N 0. railroad, Jack
son, Tonn.; J. B. Robertson, phvslclan, White
llle,Tenn.: Thomas A. Osborn, harness maker,
Bolivar, Ten . : Wm. L. Walker. "DUIe Advor
Ulng Agtncr " Hollt Bprtara,Mst
HE KBQULAH CAIRO AND
W. F Lamuiiin, river editor of ('us llitM.Tiw
and steamhott pa'senur aiout. Orders for all
klndsof steamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Planters Hotel, No. 01 Ohio levee.
STAGES OF T1IR KIVKIt.
Tbc river markeJ by the gaujjo lai even
ing at 4 o'clock at this port 27 feet 7
inches ami fulling.
Pittsburg, July 210 p. m. River 2 feet
ami 8 inches fulling.
Cincinnati, July 240 p. m. River 12
feet G inches and falling.
Louisville, July 210 p. tn. River 0
feet G inches and falling.
Nashville, July 210 p. tn. River 5 feet
C.St. Louis, July 21-0 p. tn. River 22 feet
The City of Alton for New Orleaus left
here last evening with a full load.
The John B. Maude from Memphis ar
rived here yesterday morning with a first
class passenger trip and moderate freight.
She left for St. Louis at 11 a. m.
The Gus Fowler as usual was on time
yesterday with a cood trip and left for
Padueah at 8 p. m.
We received our naturalization papers
yesterday in the BliHpe of an "old fashioned
Egypt iau dumb ager."
The Vint Shiiikle from Memphis arrived
here yesterday at 2 p. m. She bd a fair
freight and 30 passengers; added 10 more
here and left for Cincinnati at 3 a. m.
The Gold Dust from Vir-ksburg arrived
last evening at 4 :30. Sho had a light trip
of freight but well represented with people.
She left lor St. Louis at 10 p. m.
Capt. Tom Galligher with his pretty little
packet J. H. H'.llman, arrived here early
yesterday morning with a very fair trip.
She had fifteen or twerty passengers who
got off here. After discharging a lot of
iron hnd other freight 6he left for the up
per Mississippi, where she will receive
15,000 sacks of corn for Nashville. She
leaves here early this morning for the Cum
berland. The Ilillman may be regarded as
a ..er.aanent fixture in the Nashville and
Cairo trade during low water.
Tho Hickory out of tlio Tennessee river
passed here for St. Louis at 0:30 last even
ing. She hd a big tow of timber.
, Tho fine steamer V. V. Halliday leaves
St. Louis to-morrow for New Orleans.
Fayette Spiller, Bud Yarbrough, Charley
Stockham, Geo. Jones and Jolly Hard,
all formerly of the B. S. UheaJ aro ou the
new packet Ilillman.
The evial was thrown open to navigation
Sunday morning. Tho Granite State bus
come out again which makes five boats now
in the Memphis and Cincinnati packet line.
She left Louisville yesterday for Memphis.
The Andy B;Uitn was detained in Louis
ville for two days. She will report here for
Memphis to-day. See W. F. Lambdin for
passenger rates. Office 5-1 Ohio levee.
The Annie P. Silver from New Orleans
reached Memphis Sunday night at 10
o'clock. She will report here for St. Louis
this evening with a good trip.
Tbe Paris C. Brown for New Orleans is
due here to-morrow.
The Citv of Providence leaves St. Louis
this evening for Vicksburg.
The Ste. Genevieve is duo to-day for
Commercial Avenue anil Eighth Street,
F. BR088, President. I P. NEFF, VlcoPres'nt
U. WELLS, Cashier. T. J. Kerth, As'! cash
F. Bros h Ca'ro I William Kluie. ,1'nlro
reterNeff " I William Wolf.... "
V. M Osterloh " I O. O. Patter "
E. A. Under " II. Wells '
J. Y. Clomsoii, Caledonia.
A GENERAL BAN KINO BUSIN ESS DON R.
ExchAngo sold andhottitht. Intorutt pitlit It
the Savings Department. Collections Hindu and
all business promptly attended to.
O A. la
AN ANDANTE OF BEETHOVEN.
Old Sehmitt, with violin rn.se under
bin wcnther-Ktiiinod cloak, eiimo out of
tho tlicalro after a matinee performance.
It wm raining a nleety December rain;
the street Linked dark after the brilliant
lights within; there was an unusual
throng of people mid din of wheels.
Scliniitt felt a btrungo bewilderment. It
was nil so ilreitm-liko; ho seemed to bo
moving among phantoms. Truly, ho
thought, tliesi) theatre orchestras wnro
enough to drive one mud sooner or litt
er, and maybe his tinio had come. Hero
at the corner he conies upon tho poor
old beggar who would seem to choose
such days ns this for scraping his
wretched fiddle in tlio ripen air. Half
frozen drops fall on tho gray locks, on
the purple, trembling hands. It is a
pitiful sight, which sends a sudden chill
to the blood of the fur-rolwd passers-by,
rind Sehmitt sees him with a start of af
fright. Whv should it strike him as a
ie. vinion, a mocking picture of
limself? lie puts his hand to his head.
trying; to rub away so distressing a fancy,
throws down a few pennies, and hurries
on to b out of tho sound of the shriek
He climbs two flights of stairs, and is
at his own door. Littlo Dorette greets
her grandfather with a ki.-s.
"Ah, Dorstte! thou art a famous
housewife for a seven-years maiden.
But hast thou learned thy lesson, too?"
with a glance at the littlo piano in the
Indeed have I, grandfather; and
when we have had supper 1 will play it
for thee," said Dorette as she went to
lay the cloth.
By the fireside the old man fell into a
revery. In his ears .still rung the galop
and medleys of the theatre; but his
thoughts were away with the grand
orchestra in which he played before his
fingers hud lost their cunning. IIo had
in truth been one of the original mem
bers of this orchestra in the primitive
days of musical enterprise, had sacri
ficed not a little to its advancement, if
sacrifice it could be called. The years
went on; the band grew in numbers, in
skill; younger members came in, new
music was added to the repertory er
ratic compositions sonic of them, Sehmitt
thought, though he tried to do his duty
by them. It happened at last that he
who bad entered in his prime, who had
so long held the place of chi fdC nttnijur,
found himself with his gray hairs nnd
his uncertain fingers somo seats re
moved, a boy playing in the row before
him. Then eamo a time of changes in
the orchestra, and when all moved
smoothly again old Sehmitt had been
left out. And this was the end of it all.
A fair vision passed before him his
handsome Carl, his gifted son, the fath
er of little Dorette he who had died so
young. Carl wouM have been like a
Itin come I4i lil Hlii'lom. un.l I. is oi l
father would not sil to-night dishonored
and forgotten. Then, again, that sym
phony' of his own- for he had one, as so
many of the others had, whether or not
they confessed it it had been lying a
long time. No doubt but it was alto
gether old-fashioned, quite after the
style of Mozart. Should Iks really
never hear it with mortal cars?
Suddenly to-nighl, ;n ho sat. in bitter
ness of spirit, the injustice of fate and
the ingratitude of men racking bis soul,
a terrible figure arose before him grim
Want with bony linger threateningly
lifted. Dorette glancing around at that
moment saw a look on the beloved face
she had never seen there before a look
of pain, but more of terrible resolution.
The senntv supper was eaten in sil
ence; the old man was absorbed, and
the child felt a new, an oppressive sense
There is a knock at the door, and tho
grocer's wife from below comes in bear
ing a small tray. Her face glows with
health and good-humor, and sho is in
consolable that her neighbor can taste
neither cakes nor ale.
"You are very kind, l'rau Diefen
liaeh," .-aid he; "ihey will serve anoth
er time. I am going totakel'oretleout
t'o-ni.nlit, and would you help her a little
to dre.-s herself comfortably r"'
"Right heartily, an. I she shall wear
my Lina's warm cloak; it is a bad night
to' be out of doors. Hei r Sehmitt. "
But it is not far. They slop a moment
nt the corner w here the great red and
yellow bottles glow so prettily, and
Sehmitt asks for a phial of laudanum.
It was for the toothache, he said, but
with a thrill of shame in his honest
A few steps farther on, and they enter
a great square building already be
seiged by people and carriages. The
musicians are tuning their instruments
a chaos of sounds from which heaven
ly order shall soon be evolved.
Yes, ho would hear it nguin this or
chestra that had been the pride of his
youth timl his ago; onco more, undtheu
even now a great wave of hurniony
rolls forth bearing tho soul upward.
"Look, Dorette," ho whispered dur
ing a pause, "Ihou seest the man silting
lirst at the leader's left ? VVuTf sat thy
grandfather for nearly thirty years.
And the leader at his desk? My Carl
would stand in that place to-night if (iod
had spared him to Ids old father. And
hearken well to the music, Dorette. The
memory of this night is all I can leave
thee. 'Therefore have I brought thee."
The prima donna came forth. She
naug her brilliant aria, and long raged
tho tempest of applause.
"Thus Fate knocks at tho door." The
symphony began. Tho violas and
'cellos In turn took up their melody and
the beautiful iiudnnto moved on. "Art
is eternal," it said; ."servo, follow, trust
her; sho will not fail theo In tho hour of
A IIP V'lVI lllllll 9
head sank low; great
drops ran slowly down his checks
ly tho '.udent ou tho left, looking up a
moment from his score noticed how
"Music's golden tongue.
Untteretl to teHitt this Hired- mini und poor."
Then littlo Doretto raised her largo
eyes womlorliigly to his face, for a drop
nau iaiien on her small ' Dare nnnu,
3 sinllod pitifully and wept too,
'I'hov camo lumm throne
rhov camo homo through driving
snow. The old man shivered in his thin
garments, but Doretto trudged blithely
on in the warm cloak of her neighbor.
A fire still glowed in the grato and tho
old cat purred a welcome. For some
time they sat in silence gazing nt the
red coals, Doretto with a look half of
trouble half of rapture.
"Well, Dorette, art thou thinking of
the lady who sang so wonderfullyP
Some day, of course, thou will sing like
"Rather would I sit in thy old place,
grandfather, and help to make t he beau
"Rather than be tho famous prima
donna, who got as ntnch money for a
song or two as half the great orchestra
"I care not; I would play in tho or
chestra. To-morrow, dear grandfather,
I will begin tho violin."
Tho child's eves glowed in the fire
light, and she lookedearnestly up to tho
old man's face.
"Thou art, like my Carl, Dorette. Oh,
my child! if thy father had outlived!"
"I will practice so much, grandfath
er. I will do what my father would have
"But thou art a girl, Dorette thou
art but a girl. And God help theo when
I am gone!"
"When thou art gone, grandfather?"
with a look of alarm.
"When I am gone!"
"Art thou going far, and soon? And
wilt thou be long away?"
"Very far it may" be soon and I
shall be long away?"
"Oh, grandfather, do not leave me!
It is true, I am only a girl; but I will
be so good to thee. A girl can get thy
supper and mend thy coat nnd love thee.
Everything I will tlo for thee, only so
thou wilt riot leave me."
"Hush, Dorette, my child: thou art
indeed good to me. All will bo well.
But it is late. Kiss thy old grandfath
er, im iiu: kihrficn, and 'sleep well."
"Dorette slept in her bed; the fire
burned low; the old man still sat by the
hearth, dark shadows gathering about
him. Once he took tho phial from his
pocket und gazed at it a long time.
Then he arose, and unlocking a desk in
a corner brought out a thick manu
script. He leaned will) it, toward tho
grate, drew back, then suddenly threw
it upon the coaN. The waning lire
caught the paper eagerly. The flames
of the funeral pyre leaped high, and up
the chimney in 'smoke and cinders fled
tho dream of a lifetime, perhaps to. somo
blessed region of compensation whero
untried harmonies shall have a hear
ing. He took up his violin, a few wild und
dissonant strokes ami he passed into the
themo of tho andante. It sounds like
the farewell to all one loved or hoped
for. Now ho buries his face in his
hands, now he looks wistfully toward
i ne nine sleeper, now ne Degms anew
the sao, iumioii,.t ti.ouu. Aatu mm
again he repeats passage, phrase, meas
ure. It is like a psalm of David to tho
soul of tho player, a majestic pcaco
glows upon his worn face ami trans
"Sleep, my littlo one," said ho at last;
"thy grandfather will not forksako thee.
IIo will await God's time." And ho
emptied the phial upon the ashes.
'1 he fire wniit out; tho old cat crept
closer to hi . , .i.-r's feet. Outside the
shutters creaked, and the wind moaned
with strange, varying cadence; above it
rose tho soitud of the violin as the old
man played on. Dorette, in her dreams,
still sits in tho lofty gallery, tho gor
geous lights before her eyes and the
heavenly music souuding.
The bitter night had waned; tho wind
was still; tho snow lay deep in the city's
streets. That morning at tho theatre
the spruce young conductor was out ot
all patience because old Sehmitt, lirst
violin, was not on time at rehearsal. He
had a talk with tho manager and it was
decided to drop Sehmitt.
But whero was he? The sun shone
brightly into tho little upper chamber.
In Tier cot Dorette still slept tho rosy
sleep of tho wearied child. In his chair,
with violin against his breast, tho old
man slept, tho sleep of tho wearied soul.
Thus Fran Diefenbaeh found them when
she came up that morning on friendly
Old Sehmitt had got his last dismis
sal. Emily Jcwctt Roynll, in Our Continent.
A Wonderful Salt Vein.
A very-curious thing is a salt quarry
discovered in Wyoming county, south
of Rochester, New York, near Gaines
ville. They wero boring for oil, and
struck a lodge twelvo feet thick of puro
crys'al salt. It lies in the ground like
a gigantic cako of ice, andean be taken
out so clear and transparent that you
can seo through tho cakes as if they
were puru glass. It will bo much cheap
er to quarry out this salt and grind it
up, than it is to boil down the Syracuse,
Saginaw, or Turk's Island stilt. Tho
mine is a source of infinite wealth to
Wyoming county, and one of the geo
logical curiosities of tho world.
An Eicelleut Medicine.
"I certify that my wifo and myself wero
In bud health for sumo fiftven years. I
chanced to bo looking over one of Simmons
Liver Regulator Almanacs and saw A. II.
Stephens' and Bishop Pierce's names to tes
timonials. I then obtained somo of tho
Regulator, nnd can heartily recommend
Simmons Liver Regulator to my friends as
an excellent medicine. Z.E. Hahiuson, M.
D., Gordonsville, Vs."
A Grinning Death's Head
Is scarcely more abhorrent to a refined ob
server, than a row of disclorod teeth made
visible by a stnilo. Correct the hideous
blemish with delightful and healthful Sozo
dout, which whitens yollow teeth, imparts
ruddinoss and hardness to colorless, un
healthy gums, and a floral balminoss to the
breath. The feminine mouth becomes
wondrously attractive in consequence of its
use. Loading actresses and cantatrices re
gard it as incomparable.
While other Baking Powdtrt art largilf
atfulterattd with Alum and other hurtful
has been kept unchanged in all its original
purify and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
its Luring received the highest testimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, frof
its introduction to the present time. Mo
other powders show so good results by the
true test-the TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
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Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
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of any Life Insurance Coinpnny
IN THE WORLD.
It alune Issnea
slipuluting tliHt the contract of Insurance "shall
not be disputed" alter It Is three years old,
aud thnt such policies shall be
on receipt of satisfactory proofs of death.
Its policy Is clear aud concise, and contains
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. B.-READ YOUR POLK'IrX Compare the
short and slmplo form tisi-d by the Equitable with
he Iuiik and obscure contracts loaded down with
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. 10 MILLIONS.
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