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THE COCONINO WEEKLY SUN: THUBSDAY, MAY 12, 1892. -
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She (Coconino Wtrtilji nn;
C. M. 1'UNSTO.v, Editor and l'roprletor.
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Address all communications and mako all
remittances to C. M. I'U.nsion, Hassla".
Entered at tho l'lagstalT post olllco as soc-ond-class
THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1892.
The Nogalcs Electric Light ami
Water Company has bceu incorporated
at that placo with a capital stock of
100,000, divided into shares of 100
AxoTiir.it now county, to bo com
posed' of portions of Maricopa aud Pima
counties, with Gila Bond as tho county
seat, Is being spoken of. Miles will bo
tho leader of them all though. Stock
man. A petition, signed by 1 15,503 per
s,ous, headed by Henry George, asking
that a special commission bo appointed
to inquire into tho expediency of rais
ing all revenues by a tax on laud exclu
sive of improvements, has been pre
bcuted to tho House.
The democrats elected their entire
ticket in tho recent city election in
rhrenlx, but tho Republican claims
that the majority was largely reduced.
Tho reducing process In this caso re
sulted in a democratic majority ranging
all tho way from C to 273. The process
at the present rato is not very satisfac
tory to the Republicans.
The governor appointed tho follow
ing county commissioners for tho Terri
torial Board of World's Fair Commis
sioners for Arizona: Capt. Thomas,
Graham county; L.J. Wood, Maricopa;
W. A. Rowe, Yavapai; 1 M. 'tick,
Apache; Ralph Cameron, Coconino;
and Thomas R. Slrrinc, Cochise. Tho
appointments for tho other counties
will be made soon.
Pima County has won iu tho suit
with tho Narrow Gauge railroad bonds.
Tho bouds were issued about eight
years ago to tho amount of $150,000.
The county refusing to pay tho interest
on tho bouds, tho holders brought suit
with tho above result. Tho court held
that the legislature had exceeded its
jurisdiction requiring tho county to
exchango its bouds for Narrow Gauge
The Democratic editorial convention
will bo held in Tucson next Monday.
It is expected that an Interesting con
vcutiou will be held. There will be
considerable opposition to tho lioniiun
tion of Mark Smith for delegate to
congress, although it is reasonably cer
tain that tho majority of democrats of
the Territory belicvo that no other can
didate but Mark can win, and thoy aro
not sure that ho can bo re-elected.
The death of Hon. John O. Shields
occurred at Alpena, Mich., on the 2nd
inst., of la grippe. Judgo Shields was
appointed to tho ofllco of Chief Justice
of tho Supremo Court of Arizona by
President Cleveland in 188C, and held
tho oflico about sixteen mouths. His
confirmation was bitterly opposed by
one of tho republican senators from
Michigan for political reasons, and tlto
senate refused to confirm his nomina
tion. Now that it is almost certain that
World's Fair Commissioner Zeckeu
dorf is to bo removed and another
commissioner appointed, tho Courier
takes occasion to state that no better
selection can bo made than Dr. D. J.
llrannen, of Flagstaff, who lias served
the territory ably and houestly as n
legislator, is a thorough Arizonian
and possesses every requisite to mako
a most useful member of tho National
World's Fair Commission of Arizona.
(iKorog W. Cheyney has written an
open letter to masterly inactivity M.
A. Smith, delegale to congress, for his
action iu regard to tho "gold coin"
clause in tho funding act, recently be
fore tho senate, and iu which tho words
"lawful money" were substituted for
"gold coin." Delegate Smith urged
that tho "gold coin" clause be retained,
notwithstanding that ho Is an ardent
advocate of free silver. Cheney might,
whllo ho was about it, havo gouo far
ther and told how tho "gold coin"
clauso was put in tho act by tho six
teenth legislature, and hold tho democratic-
legislators responsible for tlio
double dealing he lays entirely to Mark
Senatok Kyle, iu it speech favoring
free coinage, which Senator Morgan
prpuounccd tho most unanswerable yet
made, made this allusion to tho third
party movement: "Tho peoplo will no
longer listen to tho appeals of political
leaders to refrain from Independent
party action, and if relief Is not glveu
them they will effect a combination
that will rclcgato ono or tho other of
,tho old parties to tho position of third
in tho race." Senator Kyle said Inter
that ho would attend tho Omaha con
vention, "anil whilo ho did not care to
attempt to predict Its outcome, ho was
certain that "if It npiniuatcd a satisfac
tory tjeket if, would receive a larger
vote than tho people of the Kastcrn
States can- uow eutiniolo,
"Like till oilier compromises tho new
Chinese legislation fails to entirely
satisfy anybody. Tho majority of tho
House think tho bill passed by the
Houso was preferable, while a majority
of tho Senate bclievo that tho renewal
of the present law for another ten
years, which was provided for iu tho
original Scuato bill, was all that was
necessary. Tho House had to give up
Its bill entirely, and tho Senalo had to
accept nmoudnicnts to its bill extend
ing tho present laws ten years, pro
viding for registration of all Chinamen
now resident iu tho Uulted States and
for one year's imprisonment beforo
being sent back to China of all China
men detected in violating tho new law,
and denying tho right of Chinese per
sons to bo -released on bail ponding
result of writs of habeas corpus. It
is believed by those familiar with the
matter that if the now law bo honestly
and strictly administered it ill practi
cally put an end to Chiueso imiiil
jrratlon. The country Is to be congratulated
on the prospects of a serious attempt
being made to bring tho laws to bear
upon tho trusts. This attempt is the
ono really good thing that can bo cred
ited to partisau politics,, but if it shall
succeed in oven curtailing tho power of
tho big trusts its origin will be forgiven
if not forgotten. Some time ago sev
eral shrewd democrats iu tho house
camo to tho conclusion that it would bo
beneficial to their part- for tho houso
to "jump on" tho attorney general be
cause of his failure to begin suits
against the tiotorious sugar trusts, uu
tier tho anti-trust law passed by tho last
congress, and a resolution calling for
the "whys" and tho "wherefores" was
introduced in tho houso and referred to
tho judiciary committee. Tnis stirred
tho republicans up, and some of them
went to the acting attorney general
and told him that something must be
done at onco to head oft that resolu
tion, and tho result was that tho United
States district attorney at Philadelphia
this week began legal proceedings
azainst tho sugar trust. Mcautimo tho
judiciary cominittco has reported and
the house adopted that resolution.
Major (J. . Vaugn, chief engineer
of tho S. F., P. & P. railroad, returned
yesterday from a trip along tho entire
lino from Prcscott to Ash Fork. He
returned highly pleased with tho pro
ress that is boiug made iu tho construc
tion of the road, lie says that tho first
ten miles of the grade is all completed
and that tho grading force is scattered
along tho lino as far as eighteen miles
out, there being from 500 to COO men
employed. While he was at Ash Fork
u carload of men arrived from Alba
qucrquo and were rushed immediately
to the front and put to work. All the
men who apply tiro given work and
Contractors Lantry have agents at a
number of towns who employ all tho
laborers they can and forward them to
Ash Fork. From one to two carloads
of laborers arrive there now each week.
Four engineering parties aro in the
field. One Is locating the lino down
tho hill this side of tho summit, whilo
a second one is following this party up
and revising tho work. A third party
is in Chiuo valley making a permanent
location there, working towards Prcs
cott, whilo-tho fourth party is at work
at Point of Rocks, about live or six
miles north of town. The contractors
will put a force of men at work in a
fow days, gradiug from Cliino valley
towards Prcscott and will cover tho en
tiro lino just as soon as tho engineers
can turn tho stakes over to them to
work by. Maj. Vaugn says there is
some heavy work between tho summit
aud Limestone canyon which will re
quire about thrco months to complete,
but in tho mean tlmo tho graders will
bo at work along tho balance of the
route, which can bo nearly alljjraded
by the timo tho rock work at tho abovo
point is completed.
"Any l'ort In a Storm."
That's a good maxim, but it will not
work as a rule iu tho purchaso of a
remedy for Rheumatism. Any of the
cheap nostrums will not effect a euro
in fact, nono of them will. Don't ttitle
with life and prolong agony. Oct Dr.
Drummond's Lightning Remedy, and a
speedy euro is certain. It costs 5 a
bottle, but one bottle Is worth a hun
dred of anything else, and for that
reason it is'vho cheapest when a euro is
wanted. Sent to any address by pre
paid express on receipt of price. Drtim-nioud-
Medicino Co., 18-50 Maiden
Lane, New York. Agents wanted.
I represent tho Mutual Life Insurance
Co. of New York, tho largest, oldest
and best iusuranco company in tho
United Slatest. I am writing the best
forms ot endowment and life policies
at as low rates its any traveling agent
can possibly write them, and can offer
advantages tint they cannot. Tho
argument that you can buy iu tho East
or of traveling men cheaper than iu
Flagstaff a very narrow argument
oven if true does not apply to life
Insurance, for tho rates, Hko tho prico
of postago stamps, aro the same
throughout tho country.
My homo Is in Coconino county; I
spend my money hero and am striving
to help build up the country, and I
bcllii''o that my bid for tho local life
iusuranco Ijtd'U'SS is entitled to inoro
consideration than tli.tt- of traveling
agents who stop in town lontf f uough
to get all thoy can out of it aud then
depart to spend their profits elsewhere.
Very respect fully,
J. II. llOSUI-tt.
Wo condense tho following report of
tho Cattlemen's Congress from the
Ogden, Utah, Daily Standard :
TheCattleineu's Congress, 150 strong.
met in tho Grand opera hotiso yester
day (tho 29th), thirteen Stales aud
Territories being represented. J. R.
Elliott was chosen temporary chairman
and R. L. Armstrong temporary secre
tary. Judge J. II. Macmillaii was
Introduced aud welcomed" the cattle
men to tho cit".
Ho said In effect: I sec beforo me
today men who havo eattlo on a thous
and hills; who represent more landed
interests than any other class of people
in this country. I havo been interested
iu tho eattlo interests for twenty fivo
years; I know these men. I know
their big and generous hearts. I know
their honor and integrity and tho un
written law of honesty which governs
their actions. I know their purpose
hero today. It is for consideration of
their grand interests. It behtSoves us
to calmly and with judgment proceed
with the work so that no trampling
upou each others rights shall occur.
The judge then paid a tribute to
Ogden and iu behalf of all its people
extended a welcome to tho congress
aud declared that the latch-string of
every homo hung on tho outside. Ap
plause. Hon. A. S. Mercer, of Cheyenne, was
called from tho body of the house and
introduced amid applause. Ho said:
I am pleased to respoud to the eloquent
welcome tendered by Judge Macmillaii.
The cattlemen of tho West havo been
tho pioneers. Tho eattlo industry is
the great indiistrv overshadowiug not
only tho Rocky mountain region but
the intcr-inountaiu country: that coun
try reaching away to tho hills of tho
Sierra Nevadas, a thousand miles west
of you, and reaching from the grassy
plains of tho Northwest Territory to
tho sunny lands bordering the Gulf of
Mexico. We are glad to bo here and
we appreciate tho niagnaulnious wel
come extended to us. The timo will
come when the country will bo proud
of tho pioneers who delved into the
valleys of tho mountains aud bringing
their eattlo here, drove out tho wild
beast, conquered tho land and made it
possible for civilization to follow them.
Applause. These mountains aud
vales are stained with tho blood of the
pioneers iu tho contests with the con
ditions of nature. They mot the Indi
ans and elements aud conquered. Thev
have not laid tho land waste, but have
built It up. They have shown that
there is a great future for the country
and demonstrated that tlio great Ameri
can desert was to bo made an American
llowcr garden. Applause.
In lookiug over this congress I find
many old faces missing. They havo
attended tho last round-up aud entered
the great plains on tho other side.
May their children follow in their foot
steps and contiuuo to build up the
country, show ing the same character
istics of bravery, loyalty and true
manhood that were the distinguishing
marks of thoso who have gone beforo,
Gently hang crape about these vacant
chairs and breathe a prayer for tho re
pose of tho noble souls gone before.
Again let me thank you. We accept
your hospitality. Wo hope our visit
wilt bo a benefit to your town aud our
deliberations will bo to the good of tho
grand industry we represent. Ap
The necessary committees were ap
pointed to complete permanent organi
zation and an adjournment taken until
On reconvening tlio cominittco on
permanent organization reported the
following list of officers aud tho report
President Orlando North, Haas,
First Vice-President William Craw
ford, Evanston, Wyoming.
Second Vice-President J.O. Shirley,
Third Vice-President W. E.SUiuncr,
Fourth Vice-President J. H. Waite,
Kansas City. Missouri.
Secretary aud Ex-ofllcio Treasurer
It. L. Armstrong, Ogden, Utah.
Assistant Secretary John Derby,
After permanent organization Gov
ernor Thomas was introduced and de
livered an eloqiient address of welcome
to the congress on behalf of tho terri
tory. At tho second day's session it was
determined to organlzo a permanent
association to cover tlio entire rango
country aud a suitable constitution and
by-laws was adopted.
Tho following resolutions were unan
liy Col. E. P. Savage
Wheiieas, A very serious condition
of affairs exists between tho cattlemen
of Northern Wyoming and tho rustlers
or thieves; therefore, bo it
Resolved, That the members of this
congress hereby tender their fullest
sympathy and support to tho legitimate
cattle owners, whether they aro largo
or small, of tho disturbed section, and
express a hope that an early adjustment
of all these troubles may bo effected
on it basis of justice to all parties and
iu such form as to givo equal and full
protection of life and property.
JJy A. S. Meteor
WiiEitPAS, The following bill has
been introduced in tho, houso of repre
sentatives at Washington, viz:
lie it Enacted, That nil oleomarga
rine, as defined by section two of chap
ter eight hundred and forty of the laws
of tho Forty-ninth Congress, transport
ed lino any state- or territory, or re
maining for use, consumption, sale or
storage therein, shall, upou arrival in
such state or territory, bo subject to
the operation aud effect of the laws of
such state or territory enacted in the
excrciso ol its police powers, to 'ho
same extent aud in the same manner as
though such oleomargarino had been
produced in such state or territory, aud
shall not bo exempt therefrom by rea
son of being introduced therein in origi
nal packages or otherwise," and
Wueueas, The passago of this bill
will causo a direct loss on every beef
animal in tho United States of from
$2.50 to $1, amounting in tho aggre
gate to $160,000,000. therefore be it
Resolved, J. hat it is tho sense of tho
cattlemen's congress in session at Og
den, Utah, that said bill be not passed,
and wo hereby enter our protest against
its passage. Wo aro willing that oleo
niargariuo shall bo sold under present
restrictions, but wo aro opposed to its
being driven out of the market.
Resolved, further, That the secretary
of this congress send a copy of these
resolutions to tho speaker of the house
of representatives and to tho chairman
of tho committee of agriculture.
By A. S. Mercer
Wheiieas, Sensational .statements
have of late gone out through tho press
to the effect that tho stockmen of the
range have generally opposed the set
tlement of farmers and small stock
men and that thoy havo oppressed
Wheiieas, Such statements are false
in overy particular and calculated to
retard tho settlement of the West,
therefore, be it
RcsolvcM, By tho cattlemen's con
gress in session assembled, that honest
men desirous of settlement iu tho range
country aro hereby invited to come and
settle on such lauds as aro worthy of
settlement, and tho members of this
congress hereby pledge their protection
to all such persons.
By J. E. Carroll
Wheueas, No positive action has
been taken by tho World's Columbian
Exposition in the matter of offering
premiums on live stock not of pure
breeding, and, whereas some of tho
states represented in this congress aro
specially interested in tho matter of
showing beef animals, therefore be it
Resolved, That in tho opinion of this
congress the said World's Columbian
Exposition should offer a suitable prize
for hay-fed or grass-fattened cattle.
Resolied, further, That the secretary
of this bod" forward a copy of this
resolution to the director-general of tho
World's Columbian commission and to
tho. chief of the live stock dep.it Uncut
of said Columbian Exposition.
By Frank Cooper
Whereas, tho olauo known as the
long and short haul clause in the inter
state commerce law works an injury to
the lio stock industry of the far est
and with no corresponding benefit to
any of us; therefore bo it
Resolved, That this convention placo
itself on record as opposed to said
clause in said law and that wo use our
intlucuee upon our representatives in
congress to accomplish a repeal of the
By Joe Hatch
Wheiieas, The Uintah and Uncom
liahgre Indian reservations comprise
about ouc eighth of the territory of
Wheiieas, tho same is now occupied
by less than fifteen hundred Indians;
thetefore, be it
Resolved, That it is the sense of this
congress that tho said reservations
should be restored to tho public do
main and made subject to the laud
laws of tho United States, less a suffi
cient area to provide 1C0 acres to each
Indian on said reservations.
By Aquilla Nebcker
Whekeas, It Is a well knwn and
attested fact that cattle and horses
can not rango on lands occupied by
sheep and that there is no regulation
whatever governing either or any of
theso industries on the open range,
and, whereas, present conditions ren
der a source of ill feeling and strife
between theso industries. Therefore,
Resolved, By this convention that
we place ourselves on record as desir
ing congress to enact some measuro
throwing around the rango industries
the same elements of protection that
that tho farmer, manufacturer and
merchant now possess in tho matter
of permanent location, making it pos
sible for theso industries to be pro
tected in their respective occupancy of
tho open range.
The meeting was a success, and tho
indications aro that iu May next tlio
attendance will bo large. Adjourned
to meet in Ogden tho first Monday in
In tho .Nick of Time.
Tho nick of time to stop the course
of bladder and kidney complaints is
when tho organs concerned exhibit a
tendency to grow inactive. Tho
hcalthfid impulse toward activity that
thoy receive from Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters rescues them from Impending
danger, and averts such dangerous
maladies as Bright's disease and dia
betes. Sluggishness of the kidneys in
crease a liability to chronic rheumatism,
gout and dropsy, and since tho blood is
filtered by theso organs in its passage
through them, tho operatiou of the
Bitters serves a doubly happy purpose.
Tho medicine acts without exciting,
Ilko tho fiery stinnilauts of commerce.
Malarial, dyspeptic constipated and
nervous individuals are thoroughly re
lieved by it. Since tho advent of that
shocking malady, la grippe, It has been
widely demonstrating its usefulness as
a curative and preventive of it. N
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Tlio best salve in the world for ciits,
bruises, sores, ,ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all XJjprcrupllons, ami posi
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It is guaranteod-to givo perfect satis
faction, or nionoy refunded. Price 25
cents per hox. ior salo by u. J.
i i- . i i. m ..
Tho Flagstaff Building Association
is now prepared to build houses on the
Installment plan. I. Chrisinan, agent,
Del Monle Hotel
For Coughs & Colds.
John 1 Jones, Edom,Tcx.,wriles-
I have used German Syrup for the
past six years, for Sore Throat,
Cough, Colds, Pains in the Chest
and Lungs, and let me say to any
one wanting such a medicine
German Syrup is the best.
B.W. Baldwin, Carnesville.Tenn.,
writes : I have used your German
Syrup in my family, and find it the
best medicine I ever tried for coughs
and colds. I recommend it to every
one for these troubles.
R. Schmalhausen, Druggist, of
Charleston, III., writes: After trying
scores of prescriptions and prepara
tions I had on my files and shelves,
without relief for a very severe cold,
which had settled on my lungs, I
tried your German Syrup. It gave
me immediate relief and a perma
G. G. GRREN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
S. E. Patton has returned from Phoe
nix, bringing his family with him, aud
they will reside here in future.
The Grand Canyon hotel, under the
management of Messrs. Boycc & Duff,
is doing a largo business.
Rev. Bovard, superintendent of Ari
zona M. E. missions, held services in
tho M. E. church on last Friday even
ing. Samuel O'Neal died Tuesday, of con
sumption. Ho had been ill for some
time. Deceased was about 44 years of
An infant child of Mr. aud Mrs. Jos.
Johnson died Friday. Tho funeral oc
curred Saturday aud was largely at
tended. W. E. Baker, a traveling photogra
pher, has pitched his tent here, aud is
taking some excellent pictures of our
John R. Tabor has leased his saloon
and fixtures to Louis Bradshaw. He is
a uell known dispenser of liquid ic
freshments. Max Salznian's business has increased
so much that ho has been compelled to
enlarge his store room by the rcmo al
Francois Julius, an expert watch
maker and jeweler, has opened a shop
here, and will probably permanently
locate with us.
F. II. Nellis has disposed of his sa
loon stock and fixtures to Messrs. Miller
& Pettigrew, both popular and ener
getic young men.
Rev. G. E. Pooler nud family are
now domiciled lu tho parsonage near
the M. E. church. They nro heartily
welcomed to our town.
F. 11. Nellis has purchased a number
of teams and vehicles, and is prepared
to take tourists to the Grand or Cata
ract canyons from this point.
Sheep shearing has commenced. The
Perrin Laud and Cattle Co. are busy
clipping their flocks, as is Wm. Nellis.
The clip will be larger and belter than
Dr. W. M. Johnston has returned
from Bisbce, whither he went to attend
tho session of the Grand Lodge K. of
P. as a delegate from Grand Canyon
Lodge No. 1 1, of Williams.
Williams continues to grow and pros
per. The railroad company will erect
a number of cottages hero during the
summer, and before tho snow flics in
all probability a new depot will be
C. E. IJoyeo i3 fitting np tho corner
room in tho hotel block and will move
his stock of dry goods aud clothing,
boots and shoes, etc., in during the
week. Mr. Boycc(wiU still continue to
occupy tho old 3trtnd with a stock of
Sanford Rowo has purchased a well
boring outfit, and will commence sink
ing a well near his lit cry stablo in a
few weeks. Tho machine is one of tho
latest improved, and will bore to the
depth of 500 feet. During tho summer
the water possibilities of this vicinity
will Oc developed.
J. J. McCook, general counsel for
tho Santa Fo system, of Now York
city, recently, whilo on a trip over the
road, stopped a few hours in Williams,
and as a result of his visit tho railroad
employes will iu a short timo have a
reading room elected for their use din
ing tho hours thoy aro off duty, Mr.
McCook generously furnishing tho
funds for the erection of a library
building and for tho purchase of a largo
number of books.
Tlio uudcrstgncd 111 tnko liorsca to
herd at.i?l per wcok. I will not bo rc
qwusible, but will uso duo euro to pre
vent loss. K. S. Wilcoxi Grand Can
yon Stables. a'21
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This was what Boss Tweed said to the
New York officials when they accused him
of stealing a couple of million dollars. I
never had a good chance to steal so much
money, and perhaps I wouldn't if I had the
chance. Flagstaff dry goods merchants have
not made any money this winter ; trade has
been dull, but I for one am hopeful, and ex
pect to do a good business this season at
any rate I have backed up my hopefulness
by buying a choice stock of goods while
east, and it all depends with you whether I
can sell them or not. The Styles and Prices
you going to do about it?
HAVE OPENED A
On outh side nt tlio Railroad
track, opposlto the Depot,
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E. WHIPPLE & CO..
COFFINS AND GASKETS. O
O EMBALMING A SPECIALTY-
', tjyMail or telegraphic orders promptly
attended to at satisfactory rates.
Save Half four Money
On everything you huy.
Write fur Our Mammoth Catalogue A
Containing illustrations and sUIiir lowest
manufacturer'!, price on all kinds ot coods
and supplies: Groceries. Household Goods,
furniture. Clothing. LadleV and Gents' Cloth
Ins and Furnishing Goodv Dress Goods,
White Goods Dry Goods. Hats and Caps.
Hoots and Shoes Gloves Notions, Glassware,
Stationery, Watches Clocks, Jewelry, Sliver
ware, ltugglcs, Whips, Agricultural Imple
ONLY KIUST-CLASS GOODS.
Catalogue sent on receipt of 20o forpo&lagc.
Hood Agents wanted In every county and
city to Introduce our goods. Llvo men can
mako us much as $30 per neck.
A. KARl'ttN A CO.,
fi3 Itlvrr street, Chlrago,
LIVERY, FEED HND SHLE
Best of Driving and Saddle
Morses for Hire.
A. O. MO
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