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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FKIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 17, 1882.
CARS NO U it
PURE CS7EAM TARTAR.
If alum or any inJurioiiHMiliiiUtnct.'H fun b found
m Andmrrt' Vearl Baklnj? Pow'der. Ia
tivelv PURE, iluiim ein!uie-l, ami UwiiuioiiltiU
received I'miu such dieminC asS. lmm Hays, llo.
ton; M. IXlafoiitaino, of Chicago; and Uuetavui
Bchjo, kMilwunkee. Novcruld in bnik.
C. E. ANDREWS A. CO.
'H Vi,"hli;mi Av.
. :). W K. V.'aiei-.-
r.vcrv Cort 't in wina:it 1 i"l
iuctory lo iH wsnriT m ;very v f:y,
or the. money will be l' tuinled ' V
the porsoutroiu wli.nn it :m I'f-i.u'lt.
Thmlvnori (ironon-u-M bv fiir leiulin.r i-hy. h-li'iia
not Inllirl.m. Hi tliu itiev. anil wnlewl h,v I'mI" h
the "iivntcomfwablo uiid elf.'.t lloiiil. Onset vr
mtd PRICES, br Mull. P-'fUia
Health Prewrvlntc. t.M. Hi lf. V!!ihMiiii, 1.M'
Abdominal (extrahtjuyj 3n. itrln, fi
llealth Prwcrvln Hue .nttli ... I'uinjtmi
Fur wit by lrudmir IMM H'tiler. t vcr.vwli.'rc.
CUIC.VUO COUSLl Ct.. Chicago, 111.
Tlioti Oanat Kot Forerot.
The fnllnwlnir cliHrmlnir pi urn wus written
by n ytnnif.- In ly In Vitamin ti lew vi-irt lnc,
Htnl Inn m i r b fiir.' I.i i'ii miKMtcl. It i
hunlly tu'ivHstry In kihIc t li.it It v . is itiMieHM'tl
to her lover, wi.ii"' heart, ulii-, tind )rrivii
cold. Th c"iiin-ilii'ii li.'iu-" c kli'iu'i' of x
Hlli'fl pud ic frt'riiw, nml Hie niniK'nf the writer
tlexi.rvi'H In 1. 1- linen! r.ii I'miir's Diernill
H''ll'l-!liill." t':il''I-tninh'ly, f i - emiiKil, nt
preMi'iii, nt I'-ii'i. tie. T:it ...v in ivli.i in-plrnl
ber iiiiisc i ii i-i-i'lmit nl the v'iy, nn I, h.- inny
he MnipnJi.'il. ii ti i iisiiri t. tin' n.inic in Iih ''olil
lnyt-" villi p i-uliiir teinl.MMii'--M.- New 'oi'
llimie JiiiiuiHl 1
Tliou cni".t tint fwi-i we, fur inenini v will
ll' V l!.:hl ti'er elllil ii.i' illil :l
And v. Ijriwer fiou inniii.t n KMiaMhtiin will
To tliy liii-diii t lint wlii'-peis cf mo.
Thouith tl;e -i;ofiN ff tliy npirir I iipvcr may
0! iny imitii tli'-y'll retain n n.f! thrill,
LIK'o tLe low iiii'Hm tune til' tl:e i.iiirniiirlntf
When tin., wind iimt hni i-tlrr."l it ia Mill.
The love tlnii i. )., t in the lieauty of trust,
(,'imnnt im-"- I Ue the fount lmni Hie mi-hm.
Or II llllllk t n fit tlie He;'. I- lilHh mtlde ill the
Winn 'ti (.wept l.y the hnnth of the
They tell me my hue tlimi wiit eiilnil.v rfh((fii,
Vt t 1 ever, while lisieninir tii Iheti'i,
Wlh null fur the Iciiri Unit wiih linked uuto
As ii rei otMi l t llnke'l to Its Hteni.
Tlimi fiiiist mil torj.-pt iii: Ton long himt tlmu
The i-pint i te.tr pininin o'er mine:
Too deep wm tbe pii.miM? that 'munrl mv lips
At they Hnl'i'y rMpnwieil to thnip.
Ill tlunin-li ul the lwili(ilit. lenemh the hhie
My pin.eiioo in ninmle thy nouI.
Ami m t-.- .nrr Urtdne-. w! rnh tutlitne fie,
T. 'I'-i p for tliy iiiinhoeiVs cuiilrnl.
Tie 'it n:.i .t K,, i,, ii.e i.ii ,,( hi ,;utv iiinl
l'l.r. lit t-eii'iie "I il'i'l r.f T 1 1 ' I'i ee;"
Vet I'Hi'll v. me tluil .ii ri'ilti'IUe'e uid )lts
IV r H t.'ll.ie
T inii ir leu. i than niu-ie to time,
An I vi.i n 'I'uril jee ihirkiy nn f .. I hum
i . i ! ! er.iwil,
'' h""' ' liniik. I ke n.e In militnl K.nn
t'f the ni!ii!,. ihnt, Mi lie" I lie Ihu k tttnpcHt
I v' 1 1 I .
My :n" kiiiiH bM' livl-O'lU'il the Mortn.
Tlimi eiuet nel fi.i.. m- The v.j r-tt.ti thnt
III thV himnii 'twill 1 till !! i I-l lie,
In Hip nieinory i f nil then pn .i mm inuroil nnil
The th..i( hi (f in(i imx , riHii 'l!e
Thou nm.l turn to timilh. r, and wibhlo for-(.-(
Hut Ihe w.hIi will ii, ,t lihnc line r inie;
Kututi: thou mil nml I hut the thoi n of rt-
Vth tuit hid by the lt dvpn of the rohc.
A C;liii;biii Feat.
A Mnwssfiil ascent, of ilio Dent du
Geant !v an A!iun tourist, an Italian
panif.'ii buih, Jins jo.-1 bcon niiiilo. So
many attfinpts U climh tins colossal
litnl . )i'in'tii':illy ierpciidi(Mil;ir obuli.sk
had fuiled that it was rcgntdod as inac
ccssiljlc. The pick of thf cniiks Swlus,
Frmich, and Italhn mt with no bttttor
success than Htnir.lo hnu-ints. Some years
tv.ro tin Ktilihh tioWenian htletnptod to
throw u conl weighted at oiki ciul over
tlit) btmiuiit, but ti,.; wind was too much
for bin), and the i.iie mis blown buck
inU. tin.' l.aixls of tin; person ilirowinj
it. A llutUT of excitement van through
tin; lmloLs of C'li.'tiuoitnix and ( 'uiirnnn.
I'tir when jt beciitnc known ilnt'a
JOtilitf .Italian haiUcali d the n nk. The
lucans by w hieh he van i inlih'd to tier
, form so remarkable a fe.it proved to
have been simple ciioir.rh. l'or sevcra!
weeks past two o-nid ' .(. ,..
ctipiod in ctitlin .sitMH it, )).. ,ogti j.,.
, jtory ;ind le.i-t :,eres,hl ,,1; j,, tim
' H'K hooks, and .-t -ij!i-s. iti.d nttachin-j
ropes lo litem. i.'ei, these pivpuratioiis
; ,were :otiiileted the n-cei,t proper took
- place; but it was not iu coiiiplisljcii with-
nit inneh ibllietidy ;,,. daneiir. No
dooncr was the news knownt Cha
Uiounix I han an Kii-lislituiin Marted to
make thy tueent ai,o. l,. Muvecdml ,
A Hiblt Trfvalont In th South and Not Conllnnd
to III Lnwer 01 .
"That's a dipper, ami Tllhtako my
chances with tlto public, against Vunder
bill'a p;reat odict if she's not," said ft
trentlcinau who was walkiug down
Madison street with a member of tho
t'lilcao Ikrald stall. Uti companion,
who passed his opinion so freely on the.
subject of ft "dipper," was one of those
ramblers known to every climn and pail,
who spend tho major "portion of their
happy-iro-liioky existence in drifting
from placo to place.
As tho speaker passed hisler.se ver
dict, the reporter turned to see- the
cause. A fairly dressed young woman
with cheeks thickly overlaid with 'Tearl
of luises" Wits passing. There was
nothing noticeable in her appearance,
and the reporter asked his companion
"What, you don't mean to tell mo you
don't know what a 'dipper' is?"
"I have heard tho term used in con
nection with siiutl'-chewiiig or dipping,
"Well, I have just, an hour to spend
before I dine, and I'll accommodate you
if you'll come up to my room with some
information regarding snuff dippers,
and w here to find them. Turning down
Clark to Monroe street, lie led the way
to a handsomely furnished room, the
scribe was seated, nml the wanderer
".Speaking of snutY dippers, the cus
tom of using snuff for chewing and dip
ping came very near originating in the
South. In North Carolina and Georgia
in particular the 'poor white trash,' as
the 'fifteen amendments' used to call
them, were constant users of snuff. The
upper class and plasters in the country
struggled long against tho habit, but it
was loo seductive, and like tin experi
menter in opium smoking, they tried
'dipping,' and fell victims to the habit.
It is done all through the Smith now. I
was greatly surprised one time in
Lowell, Mass., to see a 'dipper' on the
street, and upon investigation to learn
that a great many of the factory girls,
and particularly those junt crossing the
boundary line between virtue and vice,
were snuff users in all- sorts of ways.
They would hold little snuff-dipping
matinees Sunday afternoons iu eacn
other's rooms in parlies of four or tive.
while evening performances went ou
every night nearly. Eh! What did you
"I asked you to tell me how dipping
"Wait, don't be impatient. St. Loui
is famous for suuff dippers and chewers,
and in certain clits.-os there you may see
the dippers at any time.
A ring at the door bell of certain
houses, a good looking girl answ ers the
bell, opens the door a tritle and eyos
you from head to foot. As seen by the
visitor she has a dean w hi to and pink
cornple-'i'"!. is well dressed and hak
white liltie haods, with plenty of rings
decking her lingers, iter hair hangs
down her back in wavy tresses and al
together she is an inviting spectacle.
She docs not ipicstion you and silently
throws wide the door and you mechani
cally walk in. She loads the way intc
the parlor and then for the first Unit
speaks. The good impression abruptly
disappears, for tho parted lips display
teeth coated with a jeilowiilni, while
disgusting traces of mull' are visible a
she attempts to talk. She is a snuff dip
per and chewer, and has just been call
ed to greet a visitor."
"Hut are not such practices confined
to that class of women?"
"Well, as a rule; but I tell you. that
in St. Louis, and elsewhere that I could
name, especially in the South, chewing,
dipping and snulling is carried on b)
many high-toned and upper-ten women,
and the only difference in that they cleat,
the teeth and mouth afier chewing 01
dipping, and tho demi-monde do nol
always do so, that's all. I believe that
if investigated here you would find thai
the practice is not alone confined to thai
ela.is, and thai in many a respectable
mansion young girls could be found thb
afternoon seated about a cup with warn
water, castilo soap aud snuff, with toot I.
brusheN merrily rubbing the teeth aud
uuitts and chatting like magpies. The
sit down on the lloor about a bowl of
warm water and castilo soap, with tooth
brush in hand, or iu the South, a pine
stick, with well chewed end. Tbo brushes
soaped,, flipped in the water, and the
snuff dropped on it. It is then applied
as tooth powder would bo except that
the operation is contiuuod until it has a
narcotic effect At first the sensation is
tiuj lo'isaut, but afteril ha been learned
it has all the horrible fascination of
opium smoking. It is very hard to
compter, and uually M ieks'to the wo
man wlioacrniii'i's it. 'through life, though
many are :.Me to conceal the fact from
'even iuitmate friends.
Ho Couldu't "E3 the Pint."
Miek Ca-ey uvd to "tend" in
"I'tirew's grocery" in Utica. Smith
went in one day after some "lixins,"
and. among the rest, called for a gallon
of tnolas -.e-1. There was about a pi at in
tbo measure, when Mick commenced
drawing, and after filling it he poured
into Smith's vessel until about a pint
was left, as before, in tbo measure, and
then set it down under tho cask.
"Hallo!" pays Smith, "w bat are you
about? Whv rlon't you put in a gallon,
as 1 ordereii?"
"A gallon is it, sui! An' sure an1
there's that much in tho jiiir." replied
Of course Smith would never believe
his, a there was a pint loft in tho
measure; and he "made, no bones" of
accusing Mick of attempting to cheat
"Sur," asked Mick, "wasn't there a
int iu the nicasiiro!'"
"Well, thin, there'8 tho same nuw!"
"Well, thin, shuro an' yo have all
that belongs to ye., for didn't I draw
the. measure full and put it in the jug!"
"No; there's a pint left!'.'
"The divil, sur! an' wasn't that pint
there before! (Jet yerself out of the
store, ye specimen of niuiieiiess, to bo
chttliu' a lad out of a pint of molasses!"
Smith left, being utterly unable to
convince Mick of the "error of hid
ways." Utica Uburccr.
The gold-mining fever has broken out
anew in (leorgia, and almost every pa
pi r iu the stnto has something to bh)
about the yellow metal.
Ai aUges ore quickly abandoned with
tho completion of railroads, ho tho huge,
drastic, cathartic tills, composed of crudo
and bulky medicines, are quickly abandon
ed with the introduction of Dr. Pierce's
"Pleasant Purgative Pellcte," which are
sugar-coated, and little larger than mus
tard seeds, but Coinpcued ot liiuhly con
centrated vegetable contracts. By drtig-gis'a-
Notes on Farm Stock.
Horses, with their Winter coats, sweat
easily. When brought in warm, they
should be rubbed dry aud blanketed for
an hour. Work horses should not be
blanketed in the stable, but carriage
horses, or those used only upon the road,
. may bo kept warmly blanketed, for
though by this they beconio more sensi
tive to cold, and must have more care,
yet their coat dons not grow so close
and long, and they are much less likoly
to sweat when driven. Ground orcrush
od oats go farther, are better digested,
and mix better with other feed than
wholn ones. They aro the best Winter
feed for horses, but may be mixud with
corn or barley meal or wheat bran and
middlings for work horses to advantage.
Whole grain is not fed without waste.'
In feeding for beef, the notions of each
animal should be consulted his pre
ferences, likes and dislikes. The object
of feeding usually is to get the animal
to c:it nil thnt ho will digi'ht Well. HoilC"
a variety should always be at hand, and
the ration should bo varied by feeding
cooked, soaked or dry meal, as the case
may be, with hay and" roots. Take great
care not to over-feed, and iu case of
over-feeding, let starvation be tho cure.
J hus the amnial will soon take to tend
ing again, but will be less likely to fall
off much in tlesh, thau if "physicked."
Nature is the best physician.
Sheep should hav airy, well-littered
sheds, with plenty of sunshine, and pro
tected from snow. One great advantage
of keeping sheep is to convert straw
into manure. Hence much li'ter is usu
ally strewn in sheep sheds, to the dis
tress of the sheep, unless they have barn
places to lie upon, because, their feet
and l"! get so hoi. A few platform.-,
like old doors, which ran be. shifted
about every few days by turning over,
will be greatly enjoyed, and will pro
mote both health and comfort.
Push fattening hogs forward as rapid
ly as pos-ibe. Keep them warm and
cleanly. Charcoal broken line and mix
ed with the cooked feed, is an excellent
regulator and tonic, aiding digestion,
and promoting fatteuing to such an ex
tent that it is hard to believe it docs not
serve as ttyttd.Jmerkan Ajrim.Unrisl.
Very inexpeusivoscreens can be made
at home by covering hu ordinary clothes
horse or common wooden frame with
dark felt or plush, upon which Chinese
crape pictures can be mounted. If the
cloth is fastened within the margin of
the work, tho latter can be ebonized, and
a nice finish given to the .screen by it
beading of chenille where Ihe cloth is
The DnUNKAhu is a burden to himself as
well as bis friends; but, since intuxicntion
becomes a ilinense, it requires a remedy of
no unusuul activity. Those who have
taken Simmons Livtr Regulator declare
that it se s the liver in action and in
vigorates the system in such a way as to
destroy tbecravitig for strong dtinks. The
shaky, nervous and distressed should re
store to the Regulator as a tonic to arouse
the torpid liver to action, to roguhit tho
bowels and remove the foelinif of general
depression and with it the craving.
"A lady h id (he fl 'sh enteu off her arm
bv srrotiiii. Cmld seu the sinews working.
'Limlsey'H Hlood Searcher' cured .her." J.
Kaliton, h'ldcrton, Pa,
lve;.p your family well supplied with
"Sellers' Cough Syrup," use it in time, you
will avert bronchia! and pulmonary affec
tions. '2? cents.
Use Huntei's Sifter. Hunter Sifter Co.-
Kitchen Specialties Cincinnati it Y.
Circulars free. (I
A sure cure for impoverished blood, pirn
pics, and sallow complexion, is Htown's
Iron Hitters. It will produce a healthy
color, smooth skin, and is absolutely not
JyNo woman really practices economy
uuiess she uses the Diamond Dyes. Many
dollars ran be saved every year. Ask the
See a woman in another column, near
Speii's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Speer's Port (irnpo wine is made,
that is bo highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the usit of invalids' weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by DruggihtH.
l)r. S. H. Uritttn says: "As a rule phy
sicians do not, byjheir professional meth
ods build up the female constitutit.n,
while they seldom cure the dineasis to
which it is always liable iu our vaiiablc
climate and under our iuipcifei t civiliza
tion. Special remedies ure often required
to restore organic harmony uud strengthen
the eufcbbltd powers of womanhood; and
for most of these wt arc indebted to per
sons outside of tho medical iirofcosion.
Among the very b. st of theso icinedics I
assign a prominent place to Mrs. Lydia :.
Piiikham's Vegetable Conirouinl."
Dit. Ki, ink's (Jkkat Nekvk Kkstokmi is
the marvel of the age for a'l nerve diseiihcs.
All fits stopped fiee. .;nd to ti;)l Arth
street. Philadelnia. Pa.
JOTICE TO CUNfliACltdtS.
n. c"y a"rk " 0I,C"' Mur. iMh, issj.
IO(ONTiueTiiHi-Hi'ali'd prniinMli will hu rti
ruivert t my (illlco tti in nml liir'tiillng Kildny, tlm
k .'i'.!,".,; " Br',"1""'' "'linn anil L-riividlnu
, K1'11' "ru:'1 ff"i tliuou-lo W nl.ln nf WuolilDir
... avenue to Mi, w.Kterly chic nf.). tlVr.-.i, iVu.m"
1 In. K,v., will h ,ir,.h,, on , tr k of the
r,,;.o . i , U.i ",a "'"wilt for tlm nilluu will be
tWl V c"y.?lf ""'wnlfM point niit.l.lu
ttio lovu.1. lll.la will h ren.lv.nl fur tl tllro
work or ...rt lv lor the m,,, Rlll1 ,tH iv-rl s of
ih gravel Kuril bid ,,, bu acromi a i Jd ,
Biiod Hti.t aiinic . nt h.md ft.r tl," r"m U . ,,rf irni
ance . f tho work within thirty day tiK,
lutt of th contract Tu. city ruaorvci h rli-h? ii
r. oct oy and a 1 hldn . Fur fiirhor tniLV. ..o!n
ap, ly io tht ma,.,, or nMnia
I'M""". ' J. KOI.K V, Olty fi,k. 7
Cliillrt and Fever.
Bluimona Liver Keen
later men brt-aka tho
chilli and rarrloa tha
fovur out ol tbe pjitum.
1) curea when all other
V t the rollef and cure
of ttil dietreaiini( dla-
....... .. T I
- - rr or ItcBitlator,
Tbo Kiciilator will poxttlly euro thin U.rlble
dipi'iimi. Vo unKi'rt emphatically what we kuow to
abimltl not be rvgurdud he a trilling ailment. Na
ture (lemiiniU the uttnoM regularity of the boweli.
1'bvreforo ius'iU nature by taklu Bitnniona Liver
Itt'nuliiter. It i liHrnilt'M, mild aud clloctual.
Onn or two tahtcKponiifula will relieve all the
trouble luclilenl tu u hlliuuB mate, ach ai Nausea
Unotint', Urowalm-H, DlBtrt-sB alttr uatmB. a bit
ter hud tat-to lu the mouth.
IVreona may avoid all aitai ka by occaatotmlly
tuklui; a iIokh of sinunnua Liver lU'ttulutur to kot-p
tht1 liver iu hoalthy action.
HAD IB UK ATI 1!
jt'tiirall) urUiun frim a diaordtred stomach, cat
liociirrwttHl hvtiikiui; siinuioiia Liver Kcgulator.
sinimoiia Ltvor Komilat r kood eradicatti this dla
case from tin' lutein, loavinu the aklu cleat and
!rei I re in alt luipiultioa.
t'hildri'ii uflt'flna with colic coon cxjirrlonco rc
Del when hiimnoiiB Liver Keiiiiintor adinlulHter
eil. Adults lt) ihrlvo preat ticnuttl from thin
medicine. Itianot unpIeHfant; It i burmlnii
aud i.tlectlvu. Purely vi-k tahla.
1 31 j A D D I V1 1 6c KIDN K Y
Mwbt of ilio eliHi'ticiH ot the lilailder originate Irnm
thncu of the kldneya. Ki'.ortMUo action of the
livur full, mid liuib the kidD.iit and bladder wit;
iJr Take itch' the untitilur. which tlwaya haa on
tie "inpper tb'; red l tru.lu mark and tnnuatuiu ol
.I.'. I.ZKILIN &CO..
rornilo bv all dritivlfta.
-Mumifuoturer and Denier in
S'.h S i reel , ln'twe-ti I'em'l Avd. aud Levi"-.
CAlHO, 111. INDl
C1I0KK HOKLN'G A SPECIALIT.
ALL KINDS Or" AMD.MTIOS.
Safo.i Kt'.iaired. All Kinds ot Keya Made
tfor holdiera. Wlduwa, 1'ur
aud L'lithireo. Any
diHva-e, wound or In urv
i iitillc. Mllliot.H apiiroprlated. Working loro
(loiih.nl. Hi) ii en maue liaiiuy. 1'rt'innt work.
A p ply now. l'eii $ln. Deserters entitled to all
duel and de rh rj;tn uu ler new lawa, e.reat uc
I'm In Inrreasu ca't-i.. Bounty aud back pay pro
r o red. 'the "W orH and Soldier." (weedy paper).
Sauielt' copv free Seud itamp for full tnnniotioui
blanks imd bounty table. I) rP I." VTTGl
for Itovnt ih A'drefsl iV 1 1 k5
N. W. VI l U Kll W.i )('(., :en!oti, Hatt-ii'
Land Att'ya. Wasliiuijiou, D. C. 1 1-5-d- -w-lui
DB. KLINL'8 GREAT
J? t'A L-DOC D t? BTABC n
.'' "i ilKAI.-f AKONlHTI
iDisKin.s I'MiMni! n't k rrH Nkrve Amc-
iio-,r'iij.Krii.fciv,eto i.n fallible if ukn
ins AxrnaU-A, A"V at'rtr lirttduv wt. TreitiM k
trial bottlu fr to f It Ciei,they paviiiB inrtM
)lum4it on hv.i.y h"0 rei;)vo, Jwnd Dtmci.P O.tnd
dexpr- M n i.iroiiof atflictAd to l)n KLINE.ySI Arcfc
United States Mutual Accident
Win. i.iVinV, 10!l liKOAUWAV.X.Y.
I V O I T V y I ? .on At i-ldent Inmrance.
J .. I i It tJ O , U',ic!i Indemnity.
Meiutier-hip fee, $1. An
niiil cost t'.boiitSlu. Write
fir circular and appiloa
OoD blank . European per
r. 11. 1'KE 1'i nl Hi.-en. Tcet & Co.), l'rea'ut.
.1 K.I'lI'DHtCK, Mieretiry.
.sentl for a ph'tnre ol Mrs. Lanotbv; mulled free.
PBXXSYLVAXIA Military ACADEMY
PltEsTKR. 'Jlnt ynnr opri Suptember 13tb
'-'New tuilduii!. Superior accommodations.
Appointment complete. KuKllnb, Colli(tlate,
Chemkal, Civil Ktiirint'erieg conrien. Decrne
Conferred. Applv to V. P HMlliUv, Ekii., patron
Cairo, III , or to 1.0L. 1 HF.O. UYATT. Weal.
poirr GUAPE A VINE
Si'kkk's Ioht Grape Wink !
four yraks old.
Til im'KI.KllltATKDN ATI VK WINE la matt
iM.,!1,?,, ll"J"l'1ut,1f !'.; Oporto "rape, ruined In
tb icouiil y, lialnvHliiahlo Innln and Ktruristh
5? ."" t.'I'iirtieH are imanrpaincd bv auy othor
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