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iy t iim no it m'' iSf $ JSlky 1 ,MMT
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Stroot, Thornton Building,
OUllllI ilium., 1IIUII, WIUJ it
wholesome horror of trlylilnic, lias a
benevolent way, whenever he slaughterM
any pork, of giving a piece to a neighbor
He limn watches (lid result' and if the
neighbor nurvivoH, rnvels thereafter In
At Syracuse', N. Y., recently, a young
wife Htooil at n ioor bidding ndleu to u
friend; her uuibiunl paw hrrituii thouglit
he would glVo'heru little surprise; ho ho
crept ti p( behind heno (lit.le jiiiprla-.
onei lifer In hl embrnc. Thd terrified'
lady shrieked and went Into convulfion.
A phyxlclan win culled, who vald that
Illegally w&i In danger of becoming
tnon..c, bj reason ofthoHliook which hir
nervotur yntum bud MUtaltieil. Mince
that time she has been daugcroiiiilv HI,
but I now recovering.
Wendell Phllllpi thinks we have not
done demonstrating our gratitude to the
negro, Ho' now riemaiiiWfor him from
the "nation" forty norca and a mule, one
year's nupport, a furnMied-cottage, farm
tools, and free bchools for life. Thin
would coit, Mr. Phllllpi. ualculutei, 41,
imWro0O.' We owe the ueirro. in ills
judk'uient, oiickoventh of all our natlnu-
al wealth. Commissioner Wells' figures
sum that up at ?2.',000,000,OQO. There
fore, Mr. Phlillpi' claim that we pay
over. to the darkey Si .OOO.OuO.OW IVonl.v
the thin edge of hU wedge, which at th s
butt measures over VW,000,000. Th.'
'World' hopes the amount may be made
Ly. voluntary auliceriptjoii, rattier
by trebling the national debt;
The latest notion of a Paris paper is to
offer wedding rlngH to all new subscrib
ers. Tho Treasury Department has legal
ly defined "A Communion .Service" to
"Xpw England chicken" are placard
ed In the Hau Francisco markets.
Ashtabula county, Ohio, is lnfeted !
with grave robbers
Maplo sugar making has commenced
at South ilend, Indiana.
An Evansville Indiana, lawyer has
abandoned the bar for the pulpit.
Tho Iron men of Clay county my ply
Iron cannot to made. for less than $21 S3.
Merchants who have to display goods
to cut lost ty(vkera artaWxl-UTlt Bort
ofTrade.'' . I .
Twelve per cent per annum ,b legal
Interest in Virginia now.
Boston has lOUtllvteU .tli 'ironden
aborlgnes In front of tobacco stores.
Another oil company has been form
ed at Terro Hautu to bore between that
placo ana Bcelville.
Tlie Indianapolis 'Commercial' nays:
Wood Is felling at from 54 to ?fl perchrd
Coal nt IS cents per bu-hel.
Even now, at the beginning of Febru
ary, the grass hopper Is a burden In New
Indiana lias two new towns which bear
tho namoof Gasvillc and Neodmore.
The State of Kansas boasts twejve
dallies and fortyono weeklies r
In Johnson county, Kansas, It
that corn Is now being burnt as
It was onco In tlmu before, tho war.
n KranciBco Society, of Caiiforn-
rn ar toorooia bulld'lni? in that
ra are to erect a bundlnjg in mat
Knit lion f A nut sinn 000 i
pltv fnr Minfrnso. tn onst $100,000.
A Southern paper crows over a van
qulihcd rival, iTnd says it has I'hlswrf it
from the arena with tho fingtfrs of 1U
Boston finds thirty-nine boys enough
to Bhlno Its boots, but requires olio hun
dred nnd.flfty-sIxMuwBlK.ys U epjjgbt-
en its Understanding
Philadelphia has subscribed 53,000
New York $20,000 to a memorial chaj
to bo erected In tho honor of Stone
Jackson. ' 1 j
Tho total product from the salo of fish
and oil in all the Cape Cod llshlng towns
for th.et past year, vyas ?2,335jS2S1 y
About two or three hundred cargoes of
molasses are annually landed, or Homo
Boventy thousand hogslieads, at Boston.
Four hundred thousaud copies wero
printed of Rochefortet't. Marseilles, on
tho day after the Nolr and Pierre Bon
Tho tin boxes among the debris along
the.Paclfla railroads, shovvthat the Mean
can" reached tho frontiers somo time
Work on the New York pnounaatlo
railway Is suspended on account of tho
double want money andlesgislatlou,
A Brnoklyn judge thinks that news
papers are a nuisance, because tlieyTnter
fere with his jotting Juries. But if he
law didn't require Jurors to bo blocheads,
tiicre would be no difiloulty.
A firm In West Gardiner, Mfth0i
havo received an order from New. York
for thwonty-four thousand bat sticks for
tb,o ise, of base-bal). player?, w,h!oh they
art) filling rapidly, '
The Chairman presented a communi
cation from tho Auditor, of titutp? made
In compliance with a resolution or the
Convention, giving a statement of the
amount of standing appropriations made
by the Twenty.llfth and Twenty-sixth
General Astembllw. , qiyl Hie purposes
for which' 'thu'Zstyrih1 .veto; ihrfdbJ The'
total amount of these Maudlin: approprV
atlon ts,.'tl'Jyi ., 1T,t!Cjrroft,rK
Mr Wright presented a communica
tion from oltjiMiiHiOf Mauun cotrnty, de
piecatlug tlie custom of purmltuuitwcret'
upon the oorner atouea of public bulhl
Numerous comraunloalon UrllrJJft'fii
all rallroails doing business in itbi ritate
Ahail bccompelld to 'Kedpono rjjmce'ltf,
this State, Wro preflcnt(,d .dud Wfed,
to the C'ominittco on J.allroadCorporH-
tlons. ' " ' . .
Mr! Anthony prcRonted a compllatloh
ofstatlstlcs In reference to thocost or tno
Iliinois and Michlgrtn canal, prepared by
tho Hon. Uldeon KdVVarus, and desired
that the funic be prlntud for tno uo of
tho Niembersof tho Convction.
On motion lour hundred copies were
announced the unfin-
IsliL'd business of yesterday Iking tho
nfwiutlon of Mr Washburu, relatlvo to
I refunding tlie postage already drawn by
! the member.
1 On motion the reiolutlon was laid on
Under call of the roll for the introduct
ion of resolutions for relfercnce.
Mr. Sharp presented n reiolutlon pro
vldlng Ihal thu tdrm of ofllco of tboSher
t lit' hull bo two years, and thnt tbat
; olJIcern shall bo lncllgiblo to n second
Mr. Wright: A resolution providing
that thp fees of county olllcers shall bu
uniform throughout tlie State, and that
, tlftv per cent, uf all sums over four tliou
! sand dollars, received from fees, Ahull,
bo paid luto the State treasury. Mr.
Wendllng: A resolution, providing
that tifteeii dollar' worth of postage be
given to the secretary of the convention.
I Tin. hniir fir oil for further consideration
of the report f i?.5'V.'"!J.t.t:f '
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nounced, i hu discussion of the report was
resumed . Mr. Goodhuo behiK called to
tlie chair, Mr. Sumner havjug the tloor.
Mr. Sumner claimed tho honor uf hav
ing made the dUcovery In 1633. that
then wat a for mora fuulbIo routo for
tho canal than that proposed, and It had
ever since then been one of the cherlib,-.
ed dreams of hi Hfe; that -ho munt see a'
grand ihlp canal" from I.akv Michigan
to tho Mlslljpi but; he wrul'd hdvu
that canal built by private enterprise,
and without Statoaid.
The discussion of tho report wa3 re
sumed, Mr Pierce having the lloor.
Mr Picrce'.'ft'M'iB favorofreUiniog tho
contol ofthoranal, butnotsis favor of
expe'ridlng money for widening deep
ening or extending the samo; tlie tlmu
will come when-the ship canal.. can,aadr
will bo built and. that Will but when, the
Woit him her proper, reprenlntlon In
tho Nutloiial lyegbluture. Tnen let the
State reta'n the ownership of tlie canal
until such time as, the Ueuoral Qovon
mentK'es pnper to Undertake 1U I in
Tho discussion was continued by
Mwsrsf Sherrlll, Wait, Henry, Marrlam
and others, All the speeches mado were
but a repetition of each other in Ideas.
Nothing new can possibly bo paid upon
a question which has now been under.
dlcuf.lon Uurlng.tlm ,uast Hyp. days.
Thcru seems, to bo a ruajorityin favor of
a clause prohibiting tlifc salo or loaso of
the canal. Almost all have flpokonand
this is the coq.oluslo.il -r thut I ,have
formed from hearing tho discussion, Tho
clausB that will, JitwUly. MWfJluP0"
will probubly provide that
al Michigan qanal nml the
lueuta and extcnsloiiB of the s
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and be.vond tho control of tho
ture. r in j wi'v.- , .
To-morrow; a 'qfft will bo
taken, ;nnd, th f4H)q'V, vjll bo
determined. it seems pro
bublo that Important-changes, .win bo,
mado It) the rep6rt " 'of . tho
Committee oir the legislative depart-.ment-particular
In tliu( . pan relaf,lng
enttttlqn, pruiiosed n6ctrf tho 'fai'o; of tUp
Fun In tlie Convention.
Or ; H.
Why it Should tuljourii tttu
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Tho following is a report of tho pro
ceedlncs lu tho Coovoutlon, ouMTiiur-
day last, on tho motion of MriuSQgttyrof
tar,, uiair, to iransior mo siuing Oiiuo
Con voutiou to Chicago: m ,u n i
Mr. Snydorofl'erod tho follnwiim'reso
lutlon, and moved its l-jfltiqri?
Secretary read the resolu,tlvu, iw follows:
''Besolvod, That a ouuimltU'o of three
bo appojntpd by the resldeqti to make
arrangements with the Common Council
of Chicago, to nrovido a suitable, hall,
free of eliunm to tbo Utate, for thaslttiPK
of this Convention, and tl.htuB sboiuls
said hall is procured, this body removo
to, ''nd hereareiSh61d ifAfeatlWrutiaWin
thatcily." , 'J nTT1
x iMti HriydrtfliMrJPrfesliferttflwJshito
ofi'er a few Ireae6tis'vlry. thut resolution
should bo adopted; I lliitl thatth&clt
of Springfield, In theUVrst plaeuiuxuot
a very sociable., place., X.iuu not vory
soolaulo myself iMbut, I,,JIko to getyao.
q"ualhted,.with peoplb hen TcmWlrtto
a town; I hveiuot got acquainted
with more... than .Jialf a dozen
hiiialler counties; out'l oujevtioiiaoro to
and the. ja'rger., .Tho track .of tlparm
.friends siuceT.carrtqhero; nnd.Ljlo, o,t
thlukuy other gentlemen, of the Xan
ventloVfias! T flhi! from fltparetjal
11 fltrnnllnim. find thnfctvln
that Irf put' dfi, It has all tho airs at &
grtht'clty, and If taKon according to us
own eHtiinotlou.ltvTouid, be a, very great,
fl'nnc defect of every small
tilnm.. ? AVln I Twain bo.Y.'a irrcatmatiy
voarsugotU-ftvellngtho circuit with my
father,. yhq,wa,n lavyyer, I had occasion
to visit Hojne or tho county fccals of tile
bi'ck ciftirftleJ? and T remember th ter
rible synWiil of oxtihrtion that uv ,to
nrriviiii.iln.ro. It wiirtiiecessary tht tlie
lDhabltanu shquW .make enough iQ.keen
them ufifil thb7hext-coirt raet, and bo-
tIM lawyers, and jurow, and wiiiioshch,
wereifieeoo4fKmo?t, terribly. But that
was not tho" vyorst of ft. Sometimes thoy
Ufdh't tnrtk'e quite enough, and the next
court had to suller for the arrearages of
theiaat morns well n o pay Ihp expen
ses of the peoplqUurluu uthq time Inter
vening. Laughter.' Now,'slr, I think
there'mnst have been somo deficits in
the lasLLeglsIature that vyo aro ,helplng,
td'hiafcb Up. Hoars 6f laughter.
M. Bromwell In hla seat.l "Casual
losies and deilclencesi Merriment."
Mr.Snyder. I rlnilf that common legal
paper.t w.hloh can bo bouglilaimostany
where else lii'.the.clvillzeU world for, 11 vo
doilarsattd k.haif perVream, Vosts in' tho
town fifteen" dollars. Common .vraj).
plog pmj?r that c6uu bo bought any
where for four pr llvo dollars p'.T rnui,
Is soldjforahlrleeii aud.a half to foUrtdch
dollars. A!hd,aU pther, J articles in pro
portion. " . . ....
,Hut.tbo.worAtdf it is tho wllishy ton
hundred per cent, higher. Kepewed
laughter. And, sir, vou know thnt It Is
impossible for the frorriocrutlc portion
of this Ctiriveiitlon to remain herwurilds
theyH'are.'Hiipnlled with the principal
plank In-their 'Platform. Prolonged
iaughter.j And I hey will be compelled
to go'hoiiie and leave altepubllcan rump
in this condition of ullUirs, to take tlie
Htate to perdition. LtuitfhU-r.
Now, the Jopubllcan members of the
Con ventlon have another equally serloue
difficulty to contend with. They nrg
lriukera of pure, limpid, cooj, sparkllu-,
'water. Laughter. They abhor any
thing like Intoxlcatfilg drinks. Renew
ed laughter. That Is their theory, hovv-4
over; but. as Is the ciise with many other
;thcorIes, they meet with considerable
dillloully.iu reducing it to practice. Con
Now, when these Republicans teetotal
jers come hero expecting to find the clear,
Vtiro water tlrtry lovo so well, they ore
'put Upon Ha ii ga men pond water, and
theyMion find It necessary to MlU'eii their
water with a little Springfield whiskey.
Shouts ofiaiightei Thl, sir, cuiises
them to bhiMh at tills abandonment of
virtue to which tliey have been driven
until some of them get to looking us
healthy and as ruddy i the Democratic
iwrtlou of the Hptuc. .Uproarious laugh
This practice to which I allude, evon
tuallj1 begets a preternatural and abnor
mul htuU of th(iytum, which I think U
dangerous, Some members havo actual
ly contracted such an" extraordinary
gastric teusltlveness, tbat they become
intoxicated on Roman apples. Laught
er, Now, sir, this urguus one of two
duugurous couditious . of the titotuach.
OuoiA, that the stnnuch Is so sensitive,
that the individual becomes intoxicated
upon the cider, hebro it is eliminated
from tho apple. Laughter. The other
l, that the Htotnaea Is in such a our
condition, tbat it ftirmeuUt tho apples in
to an Intoxicating drink. "Loud laught
er One of ihe-e two conditions cxi-t.
Now, , Mr, In uoncluhlnn. I am for- re
moving to Chicago, where Democrats
can have their whisky at living prices,
and Republicans will not bo compelled
to adulterate their Sangamon pond
water with whisky. Continued laught
er. Desertion, Seduction And
Z Probable Mnrdcr.
Au,fliio Jrt,HfIur iirJau tit Ceil
trSviiltC Chnjrgcil with I'oIhoiF-
the iir Uv lliuly
UTom'tbcilticlimopdiil Tt'Wjrmti, J.u. ti).l
In tho month of October last, a man
calllng hlmself 8ulmon, camo' to Henry
Gates, -two miles west of Centroville,
near Pin Hook, and vth him was a
vvomail, aipareutjy flftebu or twenty
years ills Juhior In nge. They represent
ed theniselves nf husband and wile, and
ho repeatedly stated that ho was a United
Brethren preacher, and dlu; preach suv
eral sermohs in tho neighborhood. :Ho
further stated that they were going West,
liitoilllno, to take charge of a now oir
cult assigned him, but owing to tho feeble
health of his wife, ho tart-led at Uates,
and about threonveeks ago tho woman
vau,dellvo.rd af a chlhM She and her
child did well for tho eighdays follow
ing, whon tho woman wn taken vio
lently III, with strong symptoms of pois
on, and lingered on until .Friday night,
thoOthlusu Outhunoxulay Mr Sal
mon expressed the, eqrio.to1Pjjnia, going
with It. From PlqnithOsentic to Hod
kin, In Shelby county, directed to Jo
seph ana'EllKabbth'Lrnbprf, and Sal
mon cairio'bpck on Monday ovenlng to
Centrevllle.iw'ml 'fitt'that night wasar
rented at ili'flry Gates for thorqunlor of
ids wife.' .On Investigation: Mr. Salmon
, proves toibe tho Rev. b?H. Wajls, of Van
Vert Couuty,' Ohio, and Mrn. -laYtha
Salmqnhjs wife, proves to bo Miss Mar
tha JJiaianibert. .daughter.n? Jovnanil
EIIziiUb'Im Itatiibert,' of SVclby County
OhldlT . , , '
Wall? Is a man, of about -35 year.?, a
llttloabova tlie medium,-height, black
ha.rjjimloyes, full Ucarfl, and dressed in
a suit of; respeotablo blaoltt Ho would
pass anywhere as an Itinerant preacher
ot mora than, ordinary iutolligouco ami
culture," Although evidently rinxlous
anil, ii'ned, )io tjtlk ,rue1y about
lilmself .and lua career, no confesses
the wUole- story of -Ills- wroug-dolngr
only denying that for which ho Is arrested
poisoning ids vl6tlmHo says that ho
made the acquaintance of MarthaLam
borfcn early" throe yenrfl ago, whilo travel
lug his circuit, and that heWdueed her, J
Known, no piatineo nu eiopemsui wiin
her to the West whoroJ thoy Jutended
October 15 he lcftfhoaie, telling his wlfo
and friends thathoHhould make 'an ex-,
tended trip West. A fow days after,
Martha left homo, ostensibly to visit
so.no friends, and mot Walls- ntftPJnuo,,
irom which point they started West In a
carriage. But the poorgirl was top sick
to travel, uud whqtt they r.eacbW the
house of Henry Gatesucar Pin Hook,
this county, thoy halted to wait for her
recovery. In a few days sho thought alio
cojld enduro travel, and tbey started on,
but, on reaching Iudlunopolls, wero
obliged to abandon tho trip; and having
found Mr. Gates' family klmh they de
cided to return thero and await tho girl's
approichlng confinement. While there,
be pasd uudcr tho na.me, of Rev.
Samuel Salmon, his full name being Sam
uel Salmon Walls, and Martha passed
as his wife. During tholr stay at Mr.
Gates' a revival broke, outjn tho neigh
borhood, and Mr. Salmon, as a minister,
was urged to take part, and finally did
conduct tho meetings, as he says, to pro
ve. it any suspicion from falling on him.
feeling satisfledi that be; though a bad
man, could give good advice, and "give
tho Lord on opportunity to bless the
truth for the truth's sake." No puspic
iou of tho real relation of tho parties
Boenis to have occurred to anyone in the
neighborhood. Tho quietness of the
place aud the sacred robu of tho priest
hood seemed likely to protcetthem. Af
terthe birth of tho child, Walla states,
that he did not expect her to survive,
und thot he frequently talked of her
near death with her, she advising him
not to go homo with her body, but to go
to Plqua, so as to send it safely to her
parents, and then go West until tho storm
of indignation had blown over, after
which he nromUed to return to his fam
ily and mako such reparation as was lu
Alter tuning ner uouy to ri-
nun. he returned, intending to settle his
aU'airs and start West: but the hand of
tlie law was top quick for him, and,
stripped of his cloak of sanctity, he
iiwaitH, in Jail, the result of fresh Investi
gations. Tho reverend vlllianhas been a minis
ter of the gospel, U. B. Church, for many
years, in good standing; left an cxcelleut
wife and threo or four children, in Van
Wort County, Ohio, to run otrvvlth a girl
he had ruined, and for whose death,
wiiether.she.died by disease or by his
hand, lio hCmoritjly .responsible.
kl , ATTORNEYS , ( ,y t ,
' r.EEN ii GILBERT,
Attorneys and Counsellors nt Law,
AVlUUra If. ttretn.
.lllltn 1. IJIIborl, j
special Mtmiton siren loXJimriJtjr nrt y-.onitfot
Olllce an Olilo l.erre, Uooiim il and
ttllliUlil ii. i.nurri,
oitr 1 Nullonnl Hank.
LLKN, WJJUliOc UUTLKlt,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
MMH 1tMt Vv Ft it I Idt ti ar.
Oorucrof Elcrfnth Mrt nd commercial Arr.nn
VV.iT. Allen. '
II, VVmIxiii Weill),
L. P. Ilutlrr,
ATl'ORXEYS AT LAW,
John II. Mulkkv,
ueo. v. WALL,
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Sam'l P. .WlUCK
Ufllec lloonm, 8 mul V Vlu(r'i Ule .
Jgl E. ALBRIGHT, , , .Mmm
ATTORNEY AT LAM',
Otncr.roriu'rorTvrrimi street " W"?h'.
liiton Avac,( ,rl'
c.uuo 3. j5.iLU.NoTd
Will iiML-llof In lhl Mi'l Iho ndlolnlnS (udlaUl cil-
cult, awl mu)iv pollecilom In iho npgliborinKeaiin
tin uf Mi'ioiirl wt.l KnilUOkT. Mtil
Ii. WARlkNKR, M. 1).,
Oifleo oviPo-tOffl'f. '
tcjJwir 1Ioimh' 9 Walnut tr;t.
lli(Vim.'"i'mi'J mi oKi2 lu mohu over Hi larnf
Mvsr, llsjUP" .V loo, Jin, IVU'nimni-rtfUl uvrnil",
Ichu lu utUr hu n r vici tu ilia cuizui of Ctlru
ItKKI'.ltSTO Dr. N.H. 1atI. ClitenRo;
II. W. lUviimnilj Chicago;
llfl.Mieknt-jr M. lmn
i llon.'niuinan i:inp, Ohtoii t -
K. 0. Iloctli, Kt',, riulil-ilil.rf m
jaii.-fcllm " 1
TR,W.' Ri SMITH, i i rm (f
' rTpTiYSici'A'N AND' hUlMJEONV3
oi iror'iati conui;itoiAi. JAVK.t'K
it T'llrt'Wiitli HtrKi-t.
aiWIRNCE-rCor.Utli inil AVinu airei
IfKioB-Cor. fltli Strret mul Olilo Levee.
Slo o p.m.
S .m. toil m,,i'llrtH;
P Mi WARD,
TP X XI 33 WO
U prepared to nil ordi4 promixfy u,'t CV"(i(!,Pfl'jr
witli this kwi oak and lilcaory fijewoi.d, , , , i"
Leavo order at llulvn'a old it Had, or ' tiJ pujt-j
IOU HAI.-ta Hharoa tt Sloek m.tlio Cairo Wy
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American Fowilr- Ca., h'n nknnlaclHrera
AKeniH tor CottoMYarn,
Forwarillng and Commission JSorchants
r prrpared to iter It? , rrr foprH Irtijllt l,
til poiqtii ; bur or f 'II on commUslon. Buifptai M
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General Commlssloa! -KtrekuV rl t
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titmritrr ivri rnuiiiidinN
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HpwUJ Ml'ollon clTn to coniltQinrpiii and BlUsr
XIO Ohio Lovee,aUj,
Onion oIIcltit Mid
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DYAB T. PAUKr.lt. JOHN B. PlULXJfl.
parker ,,piffiir,!b,vv? rr.
X i I4Miiia ,-IOJHVM
Coiiiniission and Jt'orjiarilliig Merchant-
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liny, tVirw," OaM, BHtn, 'im fell '!
nil in t L'i'L'i T" " iiiiiwi t
Mill Ull ' '
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"t f.K. J. AYEBS.
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