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The New York clubmen who
The Democratic papers are milk
ing a great How ahuut an eighteen
cent t.ix rnte in Missouri and claim
it is the lowest in the country. Indi
ana has not had a Rtcnler rate t h nil
fifteen c nt5 for a number of years
inn) with this rnte is paying c(f b
large debt contracted under Dem
ocratic rule, at the rale of more
than a hundred thousand dollars a
Our Democratic friends of the
press make much boasting about the
President Dii is doubtless pre
pared to accept another nomioation
and election. It is a habit he has,
and it is not a. bad one for the Mexicans.
"diucd on horse back, may nave jiow rs!e 0 taxation in tiooJ olJ
tnjoyed it, but most of US would Democratic Missouri as compared
prefer prime ribs of roast beef. vvjf,, neighboring Republican states.
They point to the eighteen cents on
the one hundred dollars, and we
don't blame them, it is a low rate,
but they seem to forget some other
things. Among them, that nothing
in Missouri is exempt from taxation
irom the cradle to the gTave; that
no man can enter upon a manufac
turing enterprise involving one
thousand dollars without paying a
license tax lor the privilege. Any
man starting a mercantile business
must pay a merchants license tax,
and not only pay the tax but give
bond with two good freehold secur
ities, that he will in future pay such
tax. We know of no Republican
SUte making any such requirements
of manufacturers or merchants, and
many of them hare more or less
property exempt from taxation.
The Massacrusetta supreme court
has decided that the compulsory
vaccination law of. the Bay Slate is
constitutional, despite the fact that
some people insist that vaccination
in bad for the constitution.
IROM OIR IXCfJVNGtS.
The Methodists are re-shingling
their church this week. They will
then paint and paper the inside ol
Preacher Coffey came in Tues
d.iy and told a large fish story, how
he went i:i and caught them with
his hands, etc. lie didn't bring us
any of the fish so we wont tell all
of the storv.
The announcement that Presi
dent Castro will remain at the head
of the Vctteiuelan government until
peace and order tre restored will
hardly aufF.ce to compel! the revolu
tionists to lay down their arms.
The meat combine has put up the
price of meat another notch. So
that meat is about as high now as
it was one year ago when the price
was excused on account of the
Lieut. Gov. John A. Lee has re
signed. The fire got too hot. Sen
ator Thos L. Rubey of Macon co..
president pro-tern of the Senate,
who represents the ninth senatori
al district, is now lieutenant gover-
by operation of ibVconstitution.
Russia has concluded to keep the
province of China she has been oc
cupying tor jo me time past. Now
let England, Germany, France,
Italy and Austria each take a share
and China will be made of some
use to the world tn the next three
or four generations. We ought to
be satisfied as we have the Philip
pines, to let the other nations take
The railroad company in sur
facing up the new track on the
Kan., Colo, and Pac. and getting
it ready for use. The switch
will be continued out to the Wilson
farm as soon as the ground settles a
little so they can go to work break
(Hates Co. Record.)
On last Saturday evening John
S. Walker anil Mis Grace G. Cas
sity were quietly married at the
brid's home in this city, Rev. Jones
officiating. Only relatives and a lew
intimate friends witnessed the nuptials.
It is dangcious now in Missouri
to wear the emblem of secret orders
of which you are not a member.
The last legislature enacted a law
making it a misdemeanor punish
able by a fine not to exceed $15
and imprisonment in the county jail
fine and imprisonment.
That Free Coal.
The removal of the tariff from
coal has put a fleet of sixty-seven not longer that thirty days, or both
vessels into the business of import
coal to our Pacific coast. This will
hardly reduce the price of coal to
the consumer but it will put larger
profits into the pockets of the deal
ers. It will also give to a foreign
country a market that should be
left to home enterprise. They will
get the money and we will get the
coal, but if left to home enterprise
we would have the money and coal
The county court of Vernon coun
ty askeJ for bids on the deposit of
county funds. The Sheldon bank
. that has had the funds for a year or
two past, made the highest and best
' bid, but two of the judges, over the
' protest ol Judge Pettibon, gave the
deposits to the Thornton Bank at
Nevada. This was not right and
was clearly against the interests of
the people. But Vernon county
people are used to a peculiar kind
of Democratic dominance and wont
mind a little thing like that. They
will vote her straight, just the same,
Tariff Question in a Sentence.
Said Secretary Root at the Home
Market Club dinner last week:
I am not going to argue the ques
tion of Protection and Free-Trade.
The second admistration of Cleve
land is not so completely forgjtten
yet that that question needs to be
argued in this country.
There is the whole Tarrifl ques
tion in a sentence, and there will be
no need of argument as long as the
second administration of Cleveland
an abundant supply of water fm
use in their Ice plant mil ctdimriy.
Pell from Mo tu Train.
A man, who Rave his itnm as
James Keltry, vt Sprinyhill, Kan
sas, came walking into town from
the north, Tuesday morning in a
bleeding and mangled condition.
He said that he had been thrown
from the morning train north of
town, but just where he was not
able to state. Men from town fol
lowed the trail of Mood beyond
the Mormon Fork bridge, (our
miles north of town and did not
find the place the accident occurr
ed. Kelley was taken to Drs. Gil
more's ollice, where Drs. Will Gil
more and S. L. Pates examined
and dressed his wounds. They
fojnd his jaw bone broken at the
chin and his front teeth shattered
besides some ugly flesh wounds.
The man was looked after until
the 1 : t a train, when he was sent
to the hospital at Kansas City.
Messrs. Mcliride & Co., practical
drillers, have contracted with
Carpenter & Sh.ifer Mf. Co. to
drill a well on their premises, at
the ice plant, to a depth of twelve
hundred leet if necessary, to secure
It is strange indeed-that some
people will attend a public meeting
and disturb the peace of those who
go to hear by talking and making
a noise. There is no reasonable ex
cuse for such work and those guilty
should be prosecuted. If ones in
terest in the entertainment is is not
deep enough to command their at
tention it is best to stay away. If
this fits wear it, we have no apolo
gies to make. It is a shame to
'.have a public audience disturbed
by wigling tongues. Adrian Journal.
In the South.
No portion tif tin Fulled
stale linn made nit'nti r pro
cerus In t he liit j ear or t wo
than tln South. Northern
iiinl foreign capital I rapidly
In vinllnmc t In t Ncctlon, ttndtnu;
profltalilc Invest ini'iit In the
vnrliMix linliiHtrlivntnl factor
ies thnt nee Ih'Iiiu lcVcloil
nml built. Tito trrcnt influx
rf act tier U crrittlnii nil In
rrenseil demand far Intnl nf
till kinds Mini price 11 rv ffrml
unlly nil vniu lnir, mm they will
foryenr to come. Work In
pli'ittiftil nml poverty prnctl
cally unknown. Ahth.-uiui in
supplying coal ntnl Iron to nil
the world. More money enn
1k made ninl with Ii-ih labor
in the riilHliiK nf Hnmll fruit
nml l-rriei nnd In truck
patching on th Half Const
than in any other state in ttio
I'nlou. Straw In-rrku from
Alabama reach uorthcrn mar
ket In-fore those from the
tiiteti in the Koutliea.it. Cat
tle en 11 lie rained with jrreut
profit, there N'ln; millions of
neren of chenp rnnjre land.
.If you Hre Interested In the
Kouth ami ltd renouree nnd
ilenirv Information on any
(iorml lsflaM.rlt 4 latawt-
Louisiiile & NashvSlli R. R.
THE LARGEST AND DTIST WIL D WEST DIS
PLAY NOW IN AMLHICA.
COMING IIUU SliiT Vi Ail. IIS ...lIlilfY
Wild. 1. 11 1 hi r 1
RICH H I LL
TUESDAY. MAY 5TH.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Noth-c I hereby Riven to nil rrvtllt
orn nml others interested In the es
tate of Samuel Hammond, deoeaned,
that f, Win. F. Tyffiird, ndnilniHtra
tor w ith the w 111 nnnexeil, of (.aid es
tate, intend to make final dottle
ment tht-reuf, nt the next term of
the I'.ai.rt County Probate Court, in
Late county, ttnt of Missouri, to
A reformed gambler says that
there is more money in selling pea
nuts than there is in gambling. l!ut, held at Mutler. .Missouri, on the
then, selhnz peanuts is somethimr! m "T. i
of a shell game. i
W.M. F. Tvoakh.
ECHO FROM THE GRADUATES.
Tlif Il!owlii UthSKTSiluatliiieoarnlMlu Mande L. Wiaeoian
ot tliRli h II IU Hlh ?chil deUrtrrd at the Cmmeacaiat. Wed-
Uncle Sam rosy take a hand in
the good roads problem before a
solution is obtained. The free
rural delivery business may jet be
means ol bringing about great im
Movement in the roads. It was
supposed that bicycles and auto
mobiles would have a great deal to
do with this thing, but they have
not brought about much improve
ment in the roads. Uncle Sam
has way of making his influence
felt. He generally get what he
goes after. He has now express
ed himself through the postoihee
department that a delivery of mails
can only be expected when the
roads are in eood condition. He
will in eo way be responsible for
the bad condition of the roads.
The recent toodling exposures
made, both at Jefferou City and
St. Louis, only confirm the charges
made by the leading Hepubhcan
papers of the state for more than
Imo years pakt. It is 11 3 w one of
the stock attritions of the Demo
colic papers to cry out ''there is no
uiiiics in ciime," and yet the ring
lettdns in all such schemes are usu
ally the sharpest, shrewdest politi
cians in the dominant patty. These
men u.ually get some of the oppo
site party into their scheme for the
purpose of divulirg the blame and
making the cri'iie non partisan.
The hib prickt and scribes are
klvsays on one aide and the Judascs
and hiii-luiii on the oilier. This i.
done fur the utpokuf dividing the
tr.snoiikil iliiy and minifying the
I lame in die of exposure. It any
iv'i puhiKn 1 caught in such a met
u.v J'.iji to the peuileiitiaiy and
banub bins ir'VCf luw lh touti
i lt i t ti e y'Y !'J " hupa cf (u-
OLD ISOLlIElW MCN1C.
Gen. Canby Post No. 10, G. A.
R. naving decided to have a picnic
on Wednesday, May 20th at Fred
Cane's grove northwest of the city,
the following committees have been
appointed to carry out the arrange
ments: Fred.Cane on grounds and lum
M. YonErdmansdorff and D.
Conley, printing and entertainment.
Pat. Gallagher and J. VV. Snyder
J. W. Snyder and M. VonErd
mansdoiff on mukic.
All comrades are requested to be
on the grounds on Tuesday, May
19th to atkist in putting ground, in
lly order of
M. V. EKDMAJtStWItrK,
Gtu. P. 1U Kfcuv,
TAXDINO as we do on the
shore of time, scanning the
i- horizon for comfort and pros
pecU, even as Hugar in the desert,
seeking a. mirage of hope In des
pair, the panorama of pant events
.( -y taoor, eeaaeieBs ion, ami nun-
night vigils, presents Itself! But
i far aut on the blllnwy waves of the
ocean of events, Idlseern a sil
the outlines of the grand ship, Ma.
j jetitlc, whose silken banners are
laden with the perfume of labors
reward, the aroma of fruits and
the rmairnce vt
Cwk ft the duty
of every woman
who would avoul
inif to Uke etnecul
care of herwlf at thia tin is.
The ills w hich vex to niany womrn at
the change cf life are rntiirly H.led
or rureil by the use of I'r. ISrrce'a l a
votitc l'TCkcripUoii. It uukca vrn)t
women stroiiK, and enables the wrakrkt
to puM through tlna trying chuujje with
the truiHjuilily of wifect htnllli.
I hmvt lieru h vrry hclliv w,?niM. nd this
lito. ti l wrv ItatU iti mr,- vntn kli.
IMkkic M.miim. A kluukuH (.litllua. Llrcrhcli
io.. I , Ks ir t mi t.iii tu ib lini t,f
ri.au. id lilr Dd I k.r Uru khli .trl di
crfl .u.l on. U lira Ui. Hrmmift tti.f.nl Lt.t
luc I i k in U! .ud hr. mht imhic l .
m ul rei talking tvri enjf K ktK4, Mil
Urtiiiii! t.4d tur In liy lr. -ri (-aroiu.
I'ltaniriKMI .ltd '(,ollm XlrUMl iNMMriy 1
lu l'eLc4 ' f4 krl to biti.x Ull i,f
(.'k li'MM IH rttuy atul and 1 wd Ural.
1 hy th.1 iu . grral ilral A .ud aud I .rf l.a
awic I. mira vi ' ravt.rna o,iiiirti ' 1 wvci
aW U U MMlrHll ..(,. &im I riMll'
ikraHcd v.mr iriuciifa I fwud b4 (Hrtliiuil i
h id t ii iuim-ivI baidlv k w. w m e. lu do
riiH an v 1 r HW J US 6t .11 hlWvalk Bl)Xif
(l It. i il
I r. l ice's l'lrasut TtUcti i LST
mi u wis.
fl'uwcri, plces and myrrh, as enchanting as that
wafted from the barque of Cleopatra. On lti bow is
engraven In letters or gold, "Fruits of Libor," while
high above Us rigging, the brilliant pennant float.-,, I
bearing the Inscription "Success."
In every age and rlim , the goal of ambition, In
centive that moved great characters, has been thu
hope of success. Before Mohammed tor the Idols
down lu the Caaba, he was hunted like wild beast,
but he planted his standard at Medina, and behold
hU succens; his dogma awept over Arabia and half
tho world tecame his devotees. Ibe Alps seemed
an Insurmountable barrier to the army of Napoleon,
but just over the raDge he found the gre-n field of
The a vet ago person gifted with good, sound coni-
iiion-Jienie, a w illlngness to work, an ambition to be
Homebody In the world, and a determloat'on to make
thu moot of hi opportunities, even though he shows
no glint of brilliancy, will win much tnoro Hating
success than many n ao-called genius.
"It is not birth, nor rank, nor slnle,
Hut g( t up-and get that makes men great."
AddUon ays,"If you wlih to succeed in life, make
perseverance your bosom friend, experience your
w le c.nnii'hr, caution your elder brother, aud hope
your guarding genius." Alexander Hamilton once
tinid, "Men give me credit fur genius, but all the gen
lu. 1 have tie In this: when I have a aulject on
h.tnd I ntudy it profoundly. The effect I make they
call the fruit of genius; II l, however, the fruit of
I L r nud thought ''
I heneeret ef t ho tuccens of many Is due to their
out run down and a-sotiauuii. Aiuiri'W i arnegie yi uie nuing epi-
a sufferer from I d,,, fr ,u lombstone Is "Here lis a man who
womanly discaara I '
who nst ur al I knew bow to get aruutid bliu men much cleverer
ch"n' i lbs" biiiisc-'f " Jreat Is the luflueuc of assocUtlona,
critical urnoj ol i either fur good or evil, (iuod associations are ao
' a r
wuiusas me. U I,,. r. (!,,.
l.ove of comfort Is a great hindrance to success
M.uiy pre'er to remain ou a pw round of Hit' Udder
fur lenipnrsry comfort and eaae, rather than put
forth the lT.rl (list would carry them upward;
unlikit the I'l.r.di.r ol ho u I It America, that winged
moiikier, tlie kliiK f birds, as It spreads lt wings,
pilclies from th kuiitniii of M U Cliitutiorass, aUive
Iheiloii.l-, Mini an.laliis Itself at pleasure, In thai
liuperiMl reglnii. w illi an ene.gy more invigorated
ly th hi'IIiiu liisii wkur, by the wffiirt.
H'ltne one tins kttl,,u t'o express thtf life, td unfold
whut lis been f pi'il up in us, that Is succekn."
)vt eh.irMi tcrs i iml U In b unfolded, ('lis r so
li r Is II. u luiiiidiilluii alone vt ajeress. If early lu our
youth m e havf entabjiilied a good t hsr.cler, we have
j I seed ktn.n rounds lu the Udder by which W
tnouiit lo ui'"us . J'liere U lio toad to auceeta but
iiirouvh i li-r alroiig purpose. A purposit Milder
lies rioiiscter, culture, j.oitloii, alUluiuft-nt of what
tvirfci tl. The greaiiit Usiun it) culture Is i learn
wotnao need not
fear the change
which conies a. tl.e
Uiiiniug of life's
autumn. It la th
wotnaa who Uworit
t give the brt.t that 1 in us under all circumstances,
to focm our powers completely. Hun an. in prison,
wroie "Pilgrims Progress," and Milton, though blind,
wrote "ParndNe Lost," two Illustrious examples ot
what may lie accomplished under the most discour
aging conditions '-Thorn Is no chance, no destiny,
no fat ran hinder or control the, firm resolve of a
determined moui." Anything that Is not an Im
possihlilty may be attained hy atrenuous effort.
Luck, destiny, fate, if such things exist will van
ish before a determined will. When Hon a par t
ordered bis army to rosa the bridge at Ivdl, It
Inuk'-d like Ut was against him, but pluck, energy
and a determined will carried him through vic
toriously . Henry Cay, when a boy, dl-couraed
by bis parents, retreated tu the barn ami practiced
his oratory j lleinnst heiies framed In a secluded
cavern, thost. roiiipiliioiis vv hlch filled thw Athenian
Archons w 1 1 la womjer and admiration; NehemUh
rebuilt the wails of Jerusalem in fifty-one days; the
secret of their success, as Is the secret of everyone's,
was the will. Those w ho are determined to do or
die are those v ho wiu. In speaking of such a will,
E1U Wheeler Wilcox says; 'Why! even death Itself
elands Hands still, and wnils an hour sometimes, on
such a will!"
The highest mountain It called Success; how few
reach the top eave thos who watch sharply for the
passing of Hie spirit of '.ho mountain. Opportunity,
who curries upward all who hold upon him.
8hakeipear says: ' Who seeks, and III not lake
when onco IU nfTVre l, (.ball never find It more." Th
man who rn siexe, promptly and Brmly, an oppor
tunity as It pusses tii'l never let It go until he
wrings from It eveiy poa-lblllly, I. the achiever; he
Is the matt who does things,
Iolng things, rather than planning them, makes
all the diflVreni-o between fcuceess and f.illure. fny
a person a lifo has been mined by prorraslinat ing
with heaven burn flushes if inspiration. "Despair
and postponement and cow ardlce and defeat ; men
are born to Mieeeed, not l fill." The only sure way
to win, Is to Mart right and start right away.
Success aland out brilliantly against a background
of poverty ami hard wink, but (be background was
not put In to briu out the picture. There Is no
teacher like Necessity, and by the Ih-iroughne of
training her graduate come to the front. Jay f Joutd,
(Jeorgo V. Chlhls, John Wanamaker, Andrew Car
negln, Andrew Johnson, Jams A. Jarllold ; all are
familiar with the ue ess of t hese mon . The pagea
of history, ancient and modern, are resplendent wUh
examples of success. Many are the heroes of dis
covery, genius of invention, education and vab.r.
Columbus lUhed his calcium light on America and
gave to mankind h new world. Washington and
compatriot, suffered in the .,n wars for Utterly and
and nlmont perl-hcd at 'll. y Forge, trot they In-splri-il
and reared a repot lie that initde the splendor
of (irei ce hihI Uom InsinitK-anl.
Put re tb i t on the 1Kb lice aed bmg Suffering of
the gnat inventors: Mors-' telegraph, Field's ocean
( utile, Marconi's w in less telegraphy ; kiicceca crow ti
ed their efforts. Their genius ,d volullonled m.iiiu
arture and commerce, the success of John ulncy
Adiiins, "old n an eloijiieol ," In his kI:i . t Ic rtfoits
forcing the luhl of petilloii a Congress; Hemilor
lieritnn of Missouri, clui'iipionlng th honesty of
I're.l lent Jd''kson, and ;(( r three years of ceaseless
loll, he f irced coiiKre to n-versw Itself; at lb dead
hour of midnight I Im records Here Opened and Ihe
vol ii i I reiiure ex punned.
ltui lot i sMlily ucce. is for lima on'y and a ltd It
w ill iiis avv ay. 'I lie only enduring auccesa Is thdl
w ui hleve for eteriiily. And In roiicl-.ilon, let hope
,a our Kiildiii sldr, as H ut which atlia 'led llm W'lso
Men of the i a-t, the LyplUn, Hindoo, un.J (ireek to
HethcU.il II. at iiio. emlier iilght, ttUil Ilia vousumatlou
id al','the glorious Asisutlcu
WILD WEST SHOWS
Congress of RoiiqIi Riders of the World
NOW IX THE ZENITH OF ITS Overwhelmimr iind TKH'M PMANT Sl C
(.'l, ln-.iiliiir I'rourntii of M-irv....i. Mi-iil.nn l inlrinliicimr Ihe
WORLD'S MOUNTED WARRIORS
Such fta lndlitiiN, Soldlerw of the Americun, l.nulish. lo-rinan. Kiim.Uiii, nud
t'ulian Armies, fill- nf inv rnn U D A" exhibition thnt tenche,
l.v eiiulpiNHl nud r-'"i ,UH .i,t in. 1 Imitate.
These are the Men who Do and Dare
and these are the events in the action:
A GRAND REVIEW CF ALL NATIONS 1:1
nud Mevli iiiih, louirhi-a nml
V Hnoo of N'ritloiiM Aiiierlu.ii Iniliiins iirtlcipnte.
AKTIl.EEKY Mill. I. II V Cl i.KV.NS.
A "ROUND IP" on the Plains with Incidental ef nts
l'ony Express Hiding, ttroups of Mexican Horsemen mid I.-ieno Fwrls.
(-lelirntii lYnck shuts mill Notil M.uksr.i.-!i. Ken I Aralii.-iit Horx-meii.
Athletic l.ifi-Savinu Urills. l,y elernns ot the I'. S. i.ifc-Sitviug: S. rvlce.
imiiiin nova in ifiv(rite rniiiuK.
COWUOY FUN WITH THE P.irKIXCJ I5K0.NC0S
WILD BEAST OF THE FOREST
lienulnet ..i(icks from the rtin-jiv,M ,f Kn-i.i I'. s. Cnvulry Irl!U nud
Military Exenlws. The l amioi- 1sm,1 v,..k st.i-e'n:icli. Attiicfc. r,epute
ami Victory. Momenln with the K.il.oi Throw, r-. l;..u-ti Kiders nud Na
tive liauchon. Uiol of their Ka.v. THE ONI.V 1.1 l.Mi II EU! OF
mVK fULL-BLOODED DUffALOES
A P.uffnlo Hunt as It vvu In the l jir V,t. lYnU f Marl.maithlp.
(.ran. I Military Maneuvers. EplsiHlt of t'.imp Eile. w lt!i nil Ah titiniorH nn.l
hnnlshiiHt. The I'.lvouac nt nlylit. A-ji.-nil.lv of the Allied Armlea lm-1-(M'litul
l'rlll (tnd Action. KcnlUtio S.viie " 'n the Firing l.lne," nil the
exi llinjr k-lvtuetit of actual Wnrfnrv and Pat tie. In which -Oil ;iory"
nlwiivs U'nvea Trliiinoliant.
THK BATTLK OF "I.ITTIjK WUi H01.NV
tJl-N E 11 STKli'S EAST I ItillT. H.-torlcnl Events .f Ei!e on the
fttl IT WHItK YOU MAT I ENJ'JY IT V. MILE YOU CAN I
GRWD RIMLW Of THE ROLOII RIDIRS ,'n t luu muT""'
Two Fsbltiltlona lnllv, ICnln or Shine. AfteriiiHiii nt i. Nul.t nt
Iioors 0(m-ii One Hour Pal ll -r.
FrAA 4 r llll On show Ur-mioU. Twl.e li.iilv, nt 1 nnd : ii m.
rrec 10 Alii ut most uxuwd u vp im ui rnu
I!y a Fennile. AMITCK A S ON EY l,lV Ml.TKOIl who vv 111 mnke ri
Sriiaatlonnl Ulve from 10 1EET IN M i 1 A I K. Worth Mile of Truvil
Alone to S.
r 7 j
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HARDWARE & IMPLEMENTS.
The immense trade that wc lucl crn having tin
spring proves that our goods and prices arc popular.
We call special attention to Ihe Hcrr I'.dur. Drot
and Ihe llradlev Cnn I'lantrft, iin, Kolioi; nd
Watkint? Cultivatoia, Jlieli Eite Suikrv riow. ttc ,
which ou should ace l-ctorc m.kin jour pon.liasc,
We have a lull line cl UefiihM rior, I.e ( hrM.
Cigoline and Oil Slovts at lowcM pliers.
See us. Wc will please ) 011.
RICH HILL. MISSOURI,
Kansas City Soulhern Railway
"Straight aa tha Crow nica"
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