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THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER.
VOL. I.
PROFUSION A L CAIIfKS
H E. HATHAWAY,
ATiTMWEY-AT-LAW
Wit; i***f;'". t- t«i«l.-,»*• ia f IL» T»r
rttry n gi**n t> Y- ■*u
miWiw. O liartS/t. f I**btaar>4 >A Tmh
HfcATlf.E. W T.
A « i C H Rtmab
t/imtnr* .
Hi Irtatrt t W t I
M'COMIHA I HkNFORD,
§Homry*-at - f.nir Motirltora
#*s 4 Amnr+ry mm*t #*r»rler»
tss . t*4mtmtsy.
Orri. r -Couimeivial Street, corner
Waabingrton. Seattle, VV T.
JtiiH Mcßu ut iusm LJUJST
MfNAIJOIIT Ac LE4RV,
i TTOHSK Ys - iv - I. A w. >ou< 1
TONS IS F/IAXCKHY, * F'/iOC
TOHHIS AI)HI HA I.TV
Wilt pearli a In |«h« l>latrtc« anl M'ipr«m«
'•'aiH.
Mr \**rj will (l«a spvlaJ att#r>ti n t>> Col
l«rll i.a kc.. SL»> t IU fcuri hw
a»1 sal* "t lUal Katat*
j i tub. uri. iris
W H Warrs L B N*«h
WHITE & NASH,
JUA W W RSSN,
Sralllr, IVwthinglon Torr'y.
OPFICK,—DISPATCH liIII.UINU.
f v •um»"k a. L. ai_4»<-Naki>.
DiRHItON k BLANCNARDi
ATTORIfEYS-AT-IaAW AND
Proetor* in Adminilty.
UtTu<Br« at f <rt TovsMifll, Waalilast/>" 'orrl
•TJ «»•*
D P. JENKINS,
SEATTLE, W. T ,
A V'L HUSKY- AT-LA W. SOLICITOR
IS (77.1 SCKIIY, ASU I'IiOCTOH
IS Alt Ml HA lAY. mb2!
n«w M< O- M.Htiia*
MeSAI'CHT HAI.LKR,
Attorneys & tailors at Law,
PORT TOWWBEXD, W. T.
W. R. ANDREWS,
ATTOHNBY-AT-LA W,
Will prarllea la all lha tv»ur»s <>t tUcord In lha
T»rrtiory.
•r»n * ia auTi-aa's inumiu, «treoarra oen-
MNTtI.. «r V.
C M. BRADSHAW,
•#tto rnry-at-i,« tr,
POUT TOWN SEND, W. T.
lam ll. MiiOiltb«. Taos. Brut
MfGIIVRV 4 BI Rki:.
ATTORNKVH-AT-LAW,
SEATTLE, W T.,
VUlMni M kMdMM It ill part* of tli* T»r
rUocy.
DRS. I. IH. B. BAGLEY.
Ummaropitih ittin,
SEATTLE, W. T.
I\R 9. 9. IADLIT. LATE EHOrE!l*OII OF
1/ »lto*lpl— m 4 TrtHc* of H«rg*rr In tb«
UWhlfM JiUftl MMUnI Calt«fi will Mk«
Q»—*M»» S«H»r» A M—flral
»r. wsi wW l» Mils to eay pari of to*
■ hi—l. 419
DR. Q. A. WEED,
HUAtiEON AND PHYSICIAN,
SKATTLR, W. T.
DK. JOHN BAKER,
rw rMMCi*i*r *
•rri«—oo«. urui flruiT. iwrotm m
Im limihi
MLG.V.CJLHOUN.
•eatUo, W. V.
MM Mo. l. D»n>rt Bm:<Ha«, Ocrl
4mW Hv.^l
DENTISTRY.
3 C (IRU«K DEVTI*T. OE
MHBk tt-( la * PurtxHi •»» BtUM
-1 lir lc< v» vVmaemsl stiwt Alt » ,N rk
nmiM. si
J.S. MAGGS,
Dontlat.
OFtfICK. MILL BTKKKT.
•** laMli i»4 Iwnii M»vw. OF OO
CIDIKT4L HOTIX. «•>
ISAAC A. PALMER,
Are li i • «»01,
SEATTLE, ,W. T.
»« «• famiab FHW Ib.l SPEOIFI
•UTlOlft r«w »MUIWU •* »;l tto braa< *«». MiJ
■iHlftMMl IkMt M.MTV t;«B. klttfiw
WORK OXEN
(Jootl and well-broke Oxen
mm
At Smith** Cove, three miles
below Seattle.
Miasms.
Iyph t i (■r- rs ar~ th»- r* «ult f thv
},,»«! p«?t«t.' 1 by na%'Cn*.
and are in i' b n»«r» dtffi. flit to cure
t?i*n to present Farmers unj think
tin 1 *» ■ i|»o«!<i t<» th • corrupt
ing i tfuence of niia-m tha.i »r» the
<iw* i r« <f rb«* »illag* f CUT, iud it i
truf t\*t the itr of Ibe ron .try .* m re
pur»- than the %:r of »he city. L»ut it i*
a!*o tru<- tfi.*t in **. as are often found
lurking *r -urd th* f«rm-hou«e Nor
are tbrv cOoflf.- i t<> the river t*>ttouis
*nl low land* * have known tinm
to im pr<-v»h-nt in m >ui>tnin town*.
|< t * ai* n I nt-C' H-»ri y d--*ti
totr •» »u»j" u»<i dt«,»y.nj,f aniuia!
and ui«tt*r», nnd wherever
th«-*»- xT' f"'I• • 1 ti»«- < f air
Miaarn it Mifh a subtle pot*on, pto
p*jfat<-* I'M if, hk.- yeast, % > abun
dantly, that wi; «l«~»rc to { tli the at
tentrnti of faritji-r- to th« propagiting
to whi<*b tbe farm bou<w* it re par
ticularly « *|n>"»-d. and the fir*t we
mention i«t the cellar. There are w<>ut
to >»<• -»toie«l l<»t« of vegetables f«»r the
want« of the family and the stock It
t* the wrong place. The barn should
have a cellar ju*t a* necessarily as the
housu l'il< H of Vegetables will heat
and corrupt more or le** during the
VS inter, and a* «»on as spring opens
they of course begin to decompose, in
order to recoiii JWIIM- new vegetation.
The windows of the cellar should be
taken out, and the g'tnguay thrown
opeu, and a K<*Kl circulation of air kept
u|) from this time till latu in Autumn.
Old boar I- atid all ilocayiug timber, as
well as old lime and oth< r refuae,
should be removed, and whitewash ap
plied to the walls, and slacked lime or
other disinfectants scattered upon tbe
door.
It will greatly aid in promoting a
pure air in the cellar, an>i health in
the household it an opening be uiaUt»
from the cellar into the chimney, HO that
all impurities m.iy tin«l vent up this
moat convenient channel for veotila
tion
Another great generator of miasm in
tbe farm-house, and, indeed, in all
douses, is the sink, which is too often
the sink of iniquity and death. It' there
i* anything that will create vile odors
and NOW the aei-ds of disease it U tbe
fermenting compound of soap-suds,
dirt, and eilete exhalations from the
human Inxly to be found in the «vash
tub of the laundry.
What to d.. with the \ca*te water ot'
the wink and wash-tub is one of the
problems of country life which is not
tally »olv«-d It is too valuable to l>e
lost, and too unhealthy to k«pt near
the IIMUM) To throw it, a* many do,
from the kitchen door, and leuve it
there to contaminate the air. is tempt
ing the gum messenger, Death, to shoot
his fatal arrows. If death should en
sue, there should nothing be said al»out
the mysteries of Providence. The only
mystery is that more sickness and death
do not reault from the malarious atuioe
pbere of the surface cesspool
Probably the lx*st mode of ridding
the premises of miasm from sinks is to
conduct the wa*te water in iron or <*-
mwnt pipes to a cesspool some distance
from the bouse, and keep this pool well
tilled with sotue absorbent, such as dry
mack, fine char< onl, or loam. The sink
itself should be of iron, and furnished
with a valve out let, so that the gase*
from the pipes cannot return to tho
house A wooden -ink is apt to become
saturated with the <*lor< generated in
the pores of the wood It wood must
be wd lor sinks, use a solution of cop
peras frequently to keep them whole
toon e
All stagnant water, all marshy places,
are fruitful sou roe* of mia>m. Lot the
marsh<s Ik- drained and the hollow
places lie tilled uji. Set out a row >f
white pines between the luxnr and harn
to ward <>ff or alieorb the effluvia, keep
the homestead in every way neat and
the air {Hire, and the health and coin
fort of the household will amply com
pensate fo* the labor - S. Y Tvnt
Agricultural.
SC.I-DHYINO HAY —M. M Fr:*selle,
in the Country iitntltmnn, writes
" There are only two conditions ue
tesvtrv in order that all the hay made
may be as sweet, nutritious and attrac
tive as the aftermath ; namely, that it
be cut 1m fore it blossoms, and cured
with as little direct sunlight .is possible.
The continental farm, r* have set us *
g>H«l ex staple in this matter of hay
making. by which we should be wise
enough to profit. They make their
tnedows rich. and then mow them two
and three times during the season, cut
ting the grass liefore it forms «eed. and
curing with as little sunlight as will
answer the purpose
pKOHT OK SHEEP. —There is pro(»a
bly no stock on the farm that ran 1*
made to pay Utter than sheep if th»*y
are rightly managed With b-ss than a
pound of grain per day, in addition to
good bay or roots in due proportion,
they thrive remarkably, and gain in
flesh and wool at a rate that is often
surprising In addition to this, the mi
nure is aiwsjs a souve r>f profit, espe
cially as a renovator of worn-out soils.
We hsse k no*D a numU r of cases of
farms badly run down, that have b« en
effectually restored almost entirely by
shwp manure. If any of our reader*
have lard that is hard to reclaim, we
ad\ ise them to try this meth.ni, and
th«-v will soon discover the truth of the
adage. that "the triil f the sheep is
golden "
CtEARtNO Fjkliv* from Srrvrs
vM> BoCLPF.KS —Thf en *ra.u< etplo
*iee f<>rcw» dynamite i* beinjr utilized
in Sor»f\*rKl »n clearing thf fit- lis fr.>m
•tump* of ln*« and bcmlder*. Ac. The
earth i» clear**! around the itump.
a hole pierce,! in the r<>»>t*. an ! dyna
mite CMthtl|« :« inserted. and a fo** »*
attached The explo«ion •batter* the
•tump t<> fragments Forty Mumps no
be removed in an hour With b> ,
the oj»era?i >n i« tm*f wmplr The car
tridge, with the tuv. i« pberd on tb«
lop of the atone. which i« then coTerad
SEATTLE. WASHINGTON TERRITORY. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, IS7G.
w»«ti tan i Th *ip. •' " breaks the
*«na*i euoogh to ban iie-i and
mrr i*<t cff tit S«ki.— Ex
Kuitn*?'. Walls' late«t re<eived bop
«irctslar onitaiiis % ?>ruf re»iew of the
gen-ral market* fur the past year, and
*■ me STST* *tions regarding the future
A- California growers an 1 dttltri are
jus! entering upon a new *ra>«>n, the
folio*wig utrwti wiil be of interest
*• e have shipped to London during
'he y>»r, in round numt>er«. 60,000
friale* ; this is more <t" a demand than
»n>t>'idy in the trade suppoeed we
nuld it »v,- from that source, and is
much the heaviest legitimate eaport
trad. ever d »ne in hop* in this country.
In the fail and winter of IS6B and JHb9
th; Shipments were heavier than dur
ing the p»-t year, but the busineu of
of that sc-a-son was of an entirely diff. r
*nt nature; then bop* were shipped
ami consigned at random, while last
year very few hope w» re exported ex
cept on special orders from there, at
stated prtoe&. The prire p*id here for
good shipping hop- <1 -? i» i? the past
year averages about 15 tT- |*r pound.
Wry few growers r«*alir?d tven these
figuri %, most purchases being under 15
cents. The new season gives promise
of a much better state of thing*. Con
tract* and purchase* bare already l*?en
made for a few thousand bales as high
a- 25c; this improvement over last
year's opening price is based upon a
partial failure of the German crop, and
a comparative light crop in England.
Early estimate* put the new English
crop at | less than last year ; that of
Germany | of last year*; we will,
therefore, be likely to have a call from
Germany as well as Eugland for bops.
Growers should remember that none
hut cleanly picked, bright, rich bops
will l*» wanted for export, and for such
a ready market will be found at good
prices— l'o*t.
Since August Ist a large export
movement has takeu place ID Pacific
('oust lumlwr. The mills at the north
ern ports are running on lull time and a
large Fall trade is expected. There is
a good demand from l'tcal builders, oc
casioned by the recent disastrous fire
in this city. The destination and value
of all ex{»orts since August Ist have
beeu as follows:
Destination. Value.
Australia. SVS.OOO ft lumber $ S.JOO 00
Tahiti. MJIO ft lumber, I.«Uakea 1.611 00
Mailed. M.iUi ft lumber. W7 p kgs shook* 1,100 31
Vladovoatork. 37.1 30 ft lumber, 100,000
ablaglea. atxl 70.000 latba 9HI 00
Apia. 1&.4 ot> ft iambs*, 10.000 ablnglss... MS CO
I'anama. M.OUO ft lumber 330 00
Marqunaas. 6,<«00 ft lamb*r. ion 00
lirituh Columbia. CM ft lumber *8 00
Total. 725.7 M ft lumber. 160,000 •bin.
tflea, 70.000 lath. 10.000 abakfw, 97 (ikgi
ahooka $13,104 M
Kt|i«iU since Sept. lat have t»en aa follows:
II W A liny. Honolulu. 300,000 ft lun-
Iter. 400.000 ahtntflea. .1,000 pt»»ta 94.310 00
Cyaue. Honolulu. 300 000 ahintfles 707 00
ToUt. 300,000 ft lumbar. 700,000 shin
glea 15,317
8. F. Pott.
During the recent session, Congrats
passed three hundred bills, about half
of whi;h were of a public character.
The total number of bills introduced
watt as follows: House. 4,090; Senate,
1,043; a total of 6,125—a much larger
number than at any preceding session.
There are more private claims on the
calendar, chiefly from the South. than
were ever Imfore presented. On the
private bill calendar 2(W from the Ben
ate were pending in the house at ad*
iournment. An equal number from the
House were pending in the Senate.
Nine committee ee ports were left with
out action; alio eleven House bills and
resolutions with Senate amendments,
forty two Senate bills on their second
reading, eight motions to reconsider
and forty bills in Committe of the
whole. The accumulated business
which will meet the second session of
this cofigrmis is almost fearful to con
template. If the obstructive policy
which marked the last session !*« pur
sued, the fourty fourth Congress will
adjourn without accomplishing more
than this mere routine of public legis
lation. The recent soasion begun with
a clear docket; it ends with one loaded
to repletiou
The national del»t was reduoed dur
ing the month of August by SS, 119,369,
this efifet being reached partly bv con
traction ot the debt > tearing no interest,
and jwirtly by the increase of the cash
in the treasury. The legal-tenders stand
strictly where they did before the month
be few, at #.*W9.000.0U0. The fractional
currency shrunk to $31.3&S 000, a re
duction of alx'ut #1 ,500,000. Other
«uc there was no change to speak of.
Notice*
All who ha** A «• wtlhta th« ctty lim
it* iii>« »!r»a<Jv lnn>—d. k*t batter ••oara • ll
tsJ <-oii*r tl •tic of lb* O.tjr Clark T«j
.i«\» «ft»r this r. »;«■• I ah*!! rotaiDaftkC* th» ii».
•tru tl aof all -i <» a.» pr> *1 1«n1 w.th *aKl foliar
E Tt RNBUI.L. City Marabal
s*att>, s*rt#tsbrr i?. isra. a#i§
Notice.
All ptraoct Ia Um I*ft* Ftnr. of fir»-
bam * Clark ar» b«r»bt> r. V> call at CalU
gaa 4 Oark • *f» aai aattl* op. a»l mrm all ax
pa—aft of Bby U», ■>*
Notice*
±ll mwm ara b«ta*T h«M Uaitbay wffl to
to Um •*»*£» of IMImU fo«tsi »a-
IS lwewtt»S or ,a tM"rf«ta*
wttbtb* |i*«ftl« * ■
toafttl*. 4a| »■ U** a»4*
The Hop Market.
The Lumber Trade.
MISCKLL A NKOl*>
G. W. BULLENE,
p-v-tt ral iti tWrMi ii
ENGINEER ail MACHINIST
Front Street. Seattle, W. T.
Is |»n*j>are'i to do all kinds of
Steamboat,
Mill and
LtOfglng camp
Worls.
Iron, Brass, Steel or other Metals.
All kinds of Blacksmith work done
to order.
mm oatn
for
Sale or Hire
Appljat
Robinson's Ship Yard.
Partite can ba aupplled with row or Mil boata,
tl >r with >it nv i tacbarxe.
WM. W.ROBINSON.
Northern Pacific Railroad.. Pa
cific Division.
KALAMA TO TACOMA,
| DAILY, (,SUNDAYS EXCEPTED).
UiTl | AHHIN R
' Kalamt 11-JO a. M. r«roni» SflOP u.
Tacotua 7:00 a. u. | Kalama 12:30 p. M
Connection* :
At Kalama with O. 8. N. Co.'h bo»ta for aU
points ol the ColiuiibtA river. At Ttuiuo with
AtA«eA for OlymptA,
At TACOMA with Steamer* for Seattle, Olyni
p»A and All other points ou Puget Sound.
On Biturdiy And WedneedAy At ft a. m>. with
•teamen for Port Townsend, VictoriA. Nauauuo,
: New Westminster Ami Frsser River.
Connecting with Pacific Mail SteAniFhip Com
pany'* ateAniers trl-inonthiy frutu Victoria to Sau
| Francisco,
Through fare from Portland to Sau FrAnclAco—
' t'akla 9*23 OO | NteerAge §l2 OO
Through Tickets for sale at the office of the O
8. N. Co.. Portland, Or. J. W. BPRAOUK.
Oeneral Superintendent
H. W. FAIRWEATHER.
Jun3 Oeneral Ticket Agent.
i Ye Strangers
and all who feel weak and
I want to be restored !
Know Te!
That you can have your spir
its resuscitated, and the inner
: man satisfied, by calling at
the
ntET Ulll lEHESEIiUTIOIN
WIIKRK
StoaU B, Oliops,
Anlall the ctolllrarlM of th* n arr Mnr«U in
the b*»t New York ntjle.
Fresh Made Candies,
And an A«*. rtn>r.t of
PINEOAKBB
Constantly on hand. W«*Mlng Oak#-# road* to or
: d«ra oo tba •horteat nutt> e. Ball Suj>j>*r« and
F*rti«»« acpplled
SfV 13th. 1»70.
PHOTO4JKAPIIV!
__
E.F. DOLLAR HIDE
gaccaaKW to
GEORGE MOORE
H;Ut* of fUorz* th* apper fl.-or of th* fW
tttla VUrkM Bn.ldtn*. comer of Commercial ai.J
tK.-e-ta.
THi: BEsT OF WuRK
DONE IX THIS GALLERY
AXD tAT«rxCTIO>- or A RANT LED.
*e»U>.Sept 11. 18T< tf
GEORGE H. WHITE,
Practical Book B iader.
TOM WATER, W. T.
Lav Books, Papery M *sannes, Ma
tte, By-Laws. Checks, Etc.,
j Bocxd at i»A* VmjLSk ciaco Price*
MISCELLAXKOrS
M GrLORE,
Importer ul aml Oealrr in
FURNITUBE
dpholsTery" goods,
COMMERCIAL STREET. SEATTLE
Parlor Sets,
Bed-gloom Sets
Sfe 5% i
Sofas & Lounges,
OF HAIR CLOTH nt;d TAPESTRY
Bureaus,
Oontor-Tatolos,
Clialrs,
Curtains,
Picture Frames
Mouldings, etc.
Cooperage.
r Ph« (h** on hauj a quantity '
FISH mm Ai WASH - TUBS
For «al«» at reasonable prii-en, »n.l is prepared to
furnish all klntU of cooler work on demand. All
work warranted. Apply at the Khop, or to Phil
lip Keach's Starts on Mill Street.
au?w!2ti JOHN GORING.
WISCONSIN HOUSE,
Mill Stn tt, botwven Ist and 2«1,
Seattle, W. T.
j
J. McC'OWILLE, Proprietor.
jx>r Week . .s<>.oo
Mmli 25c.
«Htiießj£
LIVER! STABLE
Cor. of Main & First Streets
W. H. BOW, Proprietor.
HOUSES, mauiEs, CARRIAGES,
H\ 1 G oy. S and S. I DDI. K HOUSES
K*j>t fur hire llortw* tx>u»;ht au<l mid. Jlajr
and Oram. of a *np*ri >r quality, tlvijioo hand.
Slak'"** l frmnhU Stat-!# rconect twice a ,
day with th<» Wtiblugtoo steamer lor the
Seattle CVal Mine
PAINT SHOP & STORE
C. ORDKMAX.
Mill Strwt. oppoalt* Occidental
SEATTLE, H. 7.
CARRIAGE, SIGN, ANO
OFtlSr AIwI E NTA Ta
PAIN TINO.
A A LSO
HO INF PAIXTOG,
Kt »h<>rt ii <tjc« wjil rea# :.ahU rat*#
■C Xi.
T. P. FREEMAN
Ha» jmrt t»srot»l tr hi* r.*w «t r« or Mill atr*«t.
Opprwif (Vt. H wfi«*ra
ARVTHIXV IX HIM LI.\E,
AS GOOD AS THE BEST AND
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST.
WCan fcct>-*r rth tx- frrocawd.
THE SEATTLE
HOSPITAL
CFJJSVUCTTD BR
G. A. WEED, M. D.,
COMMERCIAL ST BET MA HI k Jk< Ksus.
Seattle, W - T,
T» t ii* - S.- k ■* !i UaT< t.» botut-4, k:, i
need a>m! rubl«> r—>rn*. good nursing
an i »k»Hfui Me<iical or >urgicai treat
uifti! at moderate prk»«. tbi* Hwpitai
jf- r- i:. :u< »-mrnt- - r. rto any other
inMi'oti < f the kir; i north of San
Frit •. - o Apply either in j*r*>nor
by letter to
j G A WLED, M. I>
MISCELLANEOUS
Crawfori L Harrington
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS
S JS A. T X I* E, x.,
Have on ham! a large and well assorted stock of goods in
their line, consisting of Foreign and Domestic
Hardware and Cutlery
Iron and Nteel, aM*ortcd.
Blacksmith nnd Carpenter Too In,
Agricultural and Mining Implement*.
Crockery and ware. Paint*&Oil*
Hemp and Manilla Cordage, Groceriesand Provisions, Wines,
Liquors, Etc.
AGENTS FOR THE
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, &C.
TALBOT COAL, FOR CITY TRADE, FOR SALE FROM WHARF
CRAWFORD & HARRIGTON.
S RATTLE, W. T.. July Ist. 1874.
m JE A .TP TP Mi mi
BRC G^EgSTORE,
M. R. MADDOOKS
t \V HOLES ALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Drug*. Patent Medicine*, CliemicalN.
Prescriptions ('arefully Compounded. Also Dealer in \Vii^|
Liquors, Ac. H
ORDERS FROM ABROAD SOLICITED. S
H R. HADDOCKS®
Seattle. January I, IhU.
in ■
ciiOrrHiMo .VITWJU I
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Seattle Brewery,
' CORNER MILL & FOURTH STREETS, SEATTLE,
BLORAH & CO.
Proprlotor®, and Brewers of
SUPERIOR ALE, PORTER
And the only
Genuine Lager Beer
Made in Washington Territory.
Our Bottled Ale and Porter i» equal, if not supe
rior, to any foreign brand.
J. F. MORR
Druggist & Apothecary,
VV hotf *ale a nd Retail.
twiercial -Street, Seattle. f.T.
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I
8. W. HOVEY. *r. W. HARKEK.
HOVEY& BARKER,
DEALERS IN
General Merchandise,
CORNER OP COMMERCIAL AND MILL STREET*,
SEATTLE, "W- T.
An Gk>ods At tills SlstalDUßliment
arc of first rate quality,
AND WILL HE SOLD AS LOW AS AT ANY OTHEK HOUSE
IN THE CITi.
Jgjj*Gool» delivered to anj j»art of the City free <»f charge. -I
INO. 98.

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