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1OWN AND COUNTY'
TUESD.4Y, April 20 i 881.
TAtts oF Tim. NEWS AND IERALD.
"Tri-weekly edition, four dollars yer
mnuIa, In advance; weekly edition,
two dollars and fifty cents peranm,
inl advaice. Liberal discount to clubs
of live and upwards.
RATEs oF1 ADiCWrisiNo.-O ne dollar
per inch for the first insertion, b ad
ifty cents per inch for each subsc(I .out
Iisertion. These rates apply to all ad
Vertislemients, of whatever nato 11e, and
are payable strictly in advance. Conl
tracts for three, six oi twelve months
made on very liberal terms. Tran
sient local noticos, fifteen cents per
line for the first insertion and seven
and one-half cents per line for each
subseouentinsertion. Obltuaies aiid
tributos of respect charged as adver
tisements. Simple annotuncements o:
marrIages an1(d deaths published freo o:
cla'rge, and solicited.
Al communications, of whatsoever
nature, should be addressed to the
Winnsboro Publishi tg Company
Wijnsboro, S. C.
'AILROAD So1EULE.-The trains
now pass Winnsboro as follows:
North-bound passenger, 12.18 p. in.;
south-bound, 6.30 p. in.; north-bound
freight, 8.64 a. m.; south-bound, 1.15
p. mn. These arrivals are on the basis
of Railroad time. sixIcon minutes
faster than Winnsboro timo.
New Advertimonents.
Wanted-W. B. Creight.
Notice to Contractors-E. S. Chand
ler, Clerk.
Local Briefs.
-Mr. W. ). Brat'on lis come to
town to read medicine under Dr. T
T. Roberlson.
-The C' ranmd Lodg of the Odd Pei
lows inl Sotil Carolinia will meet. at
Winnsboro next year.
-Mr'. W. C. Robertson, of Rock
11ll1, has been on a short visit to his
relativesin Wiisboro. 11is looking
hearty.
-By reference to the official notice
published elsewhere, it will be seen
that the Town Council piopose to let
out the wvorking of the streets to the
lowest bidder.
-The First Presbytery of the Asuo
clate Reformued Church will hold a
special session al this placc oil Tihis
day morning. for the plurlpose of in
stalliig the Rev. J. Tr. Chalmers as
pastor of the Vinnsbor'o church.
-The Supreme Court lhas recently
decided two Fairfield cases-James N1.
Beard et. al. vs. Jolu ). Santoli, ai
Mary T. Phinney' vs. WIn. John=u
ston . Inl tle formater case (hejudgment
of the Circuit Court is afliried, and inl
the latter it is modilied,
-A case under the statute forbid
ding anyone to employ a laborer under
contract with another caime up before
Trial Justice Neil on Saturday-Mr.
G. P. Martin being the prosecutor,
ii nd Mr. J. K. Davis the defendant.
T.iheiiry rendered a verd(ict of ''guil
Sty," and the .Just ice implosed a fine of
twveiity-flve dollars. The defendant
gave pave notice of appeal to the Cir
cuit Court.
Buxn, ToM.-It needless to say that
the exhibition of Blind Tom, (lie won
derful negro pianist, caine fully up to
expectationu. The Thlespilan Ial was
crowded to over'flowving, anid the au
dienucc, attentive throughout, went
-awvay delighted. Tom is certainly a
musical prodigy, whose performnices
have t~o be seen in orderi to be fully ap-.
I raceiated. The chief feoinrer of thie
perfiormance was his i mitafioni of an
arrangeenut from the ''Bairbier of -e
villhe," after it had been played once
for him by Mrs. Colonel Rion.
A TaIAvEJ.F Lm~r'rrRSome weeks
* ago a letter was mailed at Winnsbor'o,
ad dressed to Mirs. J. B. Palmer, Lon
on, with (lie dtirection that it' not de
livered in ten days it should be reti'ii
edI to Colonel Rlion at this place. On
reachinig Londoni thie letter was for
war'ded, as r'equested by Mrs. Palmer,
to Biaritz and .teec to Bayonne r'ia
Paris and1( Cahais. At Bayonne n the let
Ier reui maie for' ten days, anid was
themmce reQtuned to Winn msboro, via
Loindon anid New Yoi'j. Tlhae safe ie
turn of' the letiter', after p)assinig through
so many hands, is an evidenice of' th~e
perfection of' ou' nat ionial .and inter
national p~ostal system,
* Tnu Tfwarryau Im R;mMExir.----The
tird qiarterly mneehing of the Surviv
or1s ofComplanies C. and F. 12th 8, C,
V., was held in the Court Iouse on
Satum'dav lust, Col. HL C. D~avis, presi
' denit, in flue chalin'. Thme mi nnies of the
last meeting wer'e confirmed.
The chairnmen of t he committees on
* statistics r'ep)orted priogress, but were
not yet r'eadyi to make a final r'ep)ort,
and asked foi' furtheir time, wvhilch was
granitedl. Mr'. J. RI. Hai'vey aninouinced
the death of Mi'. Win, B, Yarboi'ougb,
a member of' the Association, and move
ed that the preOsidenit appolint a coim
nmittee of thr'ee to dr'aft suitable roe
l~~ utionis exprei'Cng the~ Association's
wregret at his death and condolence to
his bereaved family, The priesident
appointed Messrs. J. R, H-ai'vey, S,
W. Rfi'and J. K. Cook as (lie com.
mittee. Mr.- S, W, ,Ruff' moved that
when the Association adjour'n, it ad.
journi to 1peet on .July 20th, at which
time an election will be had for officers
foi' the ensning year. The muotions was
adopted. On motion of Mr. W,1 A. Mc
Dowel, the meeting tihen -adjourned.
-N UMJBR FIFT2'1BEN,
Thoughts on the Labor Law and the .Orops
--A Viensanut Party.
In our new Townuship Number FIf
teen, cut out of old -Thirteen, things
generally are progiressing smoothly,
,save now and then a ripple steals
ZMoross its cahbneslby .some neighbor
l'ot enticing" aunotheris hand to come
;live with him. Ther~ seems to be
'Odefect in the law Riit nov talids,
- I I hope thiaLtt .Ili eveniity
-all (bat isg. desIret.' I tiiic that
if.we could teaoh neighbor Jonee to do
itto heighbor Smiti as ho *ould have
steighbor Smith do unto him, then the
law as it stands would prove all iltat
was claimed for it. But Iu case of a
failure to graduate them in this golden
rule, we will have to call on our flth
era, "tihe lawmakers," to try again.
Probably by making "Cuff" bear a
little ponalty, the obtject of the law
would lie more easily reached. Touch
hin as well as t.he employer, and lie
may stick more closely to his contracts.
The farmers are making strenuous
cftrts In their arrangements on the
farm'this year, hoping to wipe out of
existence the results of the disastrous
year just past. But I venture to say
that this particular vicinity will ire
munimbor for some tine the effects of
the failure of 1880. They start this
presemit crop under so many disadvau
tages that It is hard to tell which is
dreaded the most, unless it be that of
"roughness" for stock. I believe that
four fbur-horse teams could with very
little trouble, at one pull, move all the
roughness (except hay that has been
imlpIorted) 'within her limits. The
scarcity of corn Is aii item also. The
natural consequences of all this scarci
ty will be many poor horses and
mules. - Poor, poor indeed are t e
chances for the horse this year. Mr.
W. L. Rabb lost a horse a few davs
ago from nll overdraught of water,
and Mr. J. C. Morris a mule. We
were all counitinur on our oats coming
to our relief inl the middle or last of
MaR. But., alasI we will have to cal
culate again, for the oats crop seems
tied to.mother earth still. Grain goi
erally seens to be doing nothing.
We have in this new township two
large schools, one a graded whie
school, wIichm is moving along finiely.
The Principal, Mr. Scott., is an intelli
gnt. gentleman and scholar, a good dis
ciplinarian, and one calculated to ad
vaico the educational interests of this
neighborhood. Success to himit an1d
his school. Tie other is a colored
school under the supervision of a
staunch, straiglitout Democrat. Now
you see that Number Fifteen, not like
the "Dark Corner," has taken things
into her own hands, and has put
Democrats ii the places of trust. And
I'll venture to say that you won't hear
of the closing of the session of any
school in it Cl with tlhe grand finale
"llang J.f1i Davis oi a limb."
ll: this proressive age it really
seemits that evei the wee-wee folks are
keepi igl apace with the. times. The
Childreni of Mr. Scott's school had an
A pril-fol's party over here on Friday
night the ist. Soon after dark you
could see the little folks wending their
way to the sclool root with escorts
fron the siz- of' Tom Thumb to a six
footer. A t halt past seven the school
bell gave notice that thiigs were ready
for work. in tanking their al)poitt
ments to take clarge of the different
a111ts o'thle lflikir, th iey were more Cx
pAditions inl selectimg their oflicials,
hain the lIepublican Semate has been inl
getting to work. From their selce
tions it seemed thalit they believed inl
h .ving thlemselves well represented by
p r.oms of size. Their post-naster
was t hat six-toot-two-inchl gentieamaim.
Colonel Toml , w ho used to move
215 on a beami. his assistant could
not boast, of six anid two, was of fair
round proportions, as were also -the
two neOxt miost promuient personages
of thme party. Well it was an April
fool's piarty, so it wvould not be amiss
to say that fooled were many older
ones who attended for. jollity among
themselves. For' the little ontes cap
turedl the fort early in the evening and1(
held it to the Iast. At the close Miss
Lizzio returined the thanks of
the school to time past,1 oflicials for thme
p~rompllt dischmarge of their (duty. The
whole thinig passed off with great suc
cess. M.
[We regret I ihat the above was mis
laid, ando couild not appeiar' in onr' last
issue.- Ens.]
-Uall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Re
ne~wer is nmo new preparat ion for tihe
publ1)1ic to expI(terient withm; its success
is unparalleled fot' restoring gray hair
to its natural color, promoting its
growvth, and1( producinig now hair on
bald head~s. *
WANTED,
A.WOMAN to cook, milk and be gen
orally use'iul. Recoluumendations requir
ed. Apply to
ap) 20-tt* W, B. UJREIGHIT.
NOTICE TO0 CONTrRACTORS.
r ilj2 ~Town Council proposso to let out
on contract for one year from May
1, 1881, thu keeping in order of the
st "eets and pavemenis, bridges anid cross-.
ings of the town, commencing and end
inmg at specited limits.
Ttie contractor to give bond with ap
proved suretly in the sum of two hundred
and2( "fty ($250O) dollars for thme perform
ance of contract, Council paying mnonthly
such instalment as shall be agreed upon.
Scaled pt1Osals will be received by
the nl n deusignled t~ill May 1, 1881. Counell
reev to t.'iomselves the right to reject
any'~ or all bids.
By order of Connoil:
E. S. CHANDLER0 Clerk.
ap 261-ftd.
O e
Orr op, r.CoUuTy T svavzE '
WINxtenono, S. C., April 10.
T HE books of this office will be opcn to
receive the taxes of the fiscal years
1880-81, on the first day of May 1881, and
remain open to the first day of June fol
lowing. The rate per ceitum. io as fol.
lows:
Town. Con. T o t a I
ships. State. Co. Fence. Soh. NMil0s.
No. 1. 5 3 1-5 2 10.1-5
No. 2. 5 3 1-5 2 10.1-5
No. 3. 6 3 1-5 2 10.1-5
No. 4. 5 3 1-5 2 10.1-5
No. 5. 6 3 1-5 2 10.1
No. 6. ."b 3 - 2 10
No. 7. 5 3 1-5 2 10.1-5
No. 8. 6 3 - 2 10
No. 9. 5 3 1-5 2 10.1-6
No. 10. 5 3 1-5 2 10.1-5
No. 11. b 3 1-5 2 10.1-5
No. 12. 6 3 1-5 2 10.1-5
No. 13. 5 3 1-5 2 10.1-5
No. 14. 5 3 1-5 3j 11.7-10
No. 15. 5 3 1-5 4 12.1-5
A poll-tax of Ono Dollar is required of
all malo persons between the ages of
twenty-one and sixty years, except those
exeirpt by law.
These taxes shall be duoand payable in
two equal instalinents, as follows; The
first instalment shall be due and payable
from the first any of May to the first day
of June, 1881. and the second instalment
shall be duo and payable from the fif
teenth day of Septeniber to the thirty
first day of October, 1881: Provided, That
it shall be, and is hereby, left to the op
tion of any person either to pay the
amount of the first in talment at the time
first mentioned, or to pay the whole
amount at the time of.the payment of the
second instalment thereof: Provided fur.
ther, That if any person whosoever shall
fail or refuse to pay his or ber taxes due
under the first instalnent, he, she or they
shall be charged with a penalty of live
per centum on the first instalment, which
penalty shall be added."
The Treasurer is athorized to receive
in payment of the above taxes only gold
!11d silver coin, United Stetes currency,
National Bank notes and Coupons, which
shall become payable during the year
'881 on the valid 'onsolidated Bonds of
ehis State, known as "Brown Bonds."
fury tickets and the per diem of State
vitnesses in the Circuit Court will be re
3oived for County Taxes, not including
Bchool Taxes.
JAMES Q. DAVIS,
ap 19- County Treasurer
FRESH GROCERIES'
ARF constantly being r. ceived1 by me,
t synopsis of whirc. I give below.
NEW ORLEANS MOLAS'ES AND SYRUPS
ALL GitAI-).S.
3UGARS, FROM THE HTIG IEST TO THE
LOWES'T GItADES.
PiH E IiNESTr FLOUlf IN THlE MARIKET'-"THiE
PATENT FAMILY--AIL 0 ALL GRA DES
JAUKSON'S BEST FAMILY FLOUR.
C AN NEM GOODS.
2ALIFORNIA PEARS, Someting ( holec.
SUCCOTASHi, Beans and Corn Combined.
lOM ATOES, l'EACHES,
PINE APOLE,
3A IMON, SARDINES.
M USTARD,
P EPPER. E PC.. ETC.
ALSO INVITE YOUR ATTENTION '1O OUR
ROASTED COFFEE.
Give me a call and examine for yourself.!
Articles tee numerous to mention.
B. II. FLENNIKEN.
ap 14
SPRINGi GOODS
-(AT TIlE .
CORNER STORE.
DRESS GOODS, HI ANdKERCHIEFS.
HTOSIE lY
CAMBRiICS, NECK WEAR.
CORISETIS.
PIQUES, TJRRMMINGS,
CALICOES,
MUSLINS, LACES,
AN ELEGANT PIRCE OF DOUBLE W1DTH
FRENCH BUNTINO.
ALL KINDS OF DOMESTIC DRY GOODS.
SP'OOL THIR EAD).
M.ILWAARD)'S HELIX NEDLFS, FURl IATS
WOOl, HATS, SI.RA WV IAT.'CLOTH!INO.
A BEAUTIFUL LTNE OF' SIIOES IN ALL
QUA LITIEIS.
GLOBE Ku) GLOVES TO ARRiVE IN A FEWV
D)AYS.
J. M. BEATVY & Co.
CGr~I.,CEJXcIES.
We have have this doatmn in the
rear end of our store, and are uffering at
the lowest p~rieos
SUGA RS, COL'FEES. BEST BR ANDS PA RUH ED
COFFEE, C I101CE EVAPOR1ATED P'EAUIIES
AND APP'LES. CHOICE CANNED TJO
MATOES, PEACH ES. PINEAPPLES,
ETC., CIIOICE RICE. CIO1E
HlAMS, CHOICE FLOUR BEST GUN POWDER
TEA, MESS MACKEREL IN CANS, ETC.
ALWAYS GLAD) TO SEE OUR FRIENDS AT
THlE CORNER STORE.
J. M. BEATY & Co.
apI4
NEW ARRIVAL
-0r
SflRNG GOODl3
Consisting of a now and comp~leto line of
.DRY( OODS, CL,0'lING,
*NOTIONS,
SHOES, UATS, ETO.
TUE 1'UBLIC
Are respeotfully Inlvited to enll anid exa
amino my Stock before purobabing ,else
where.
NEW STORE
-AT THE
GLADDEN HOTEl,
WE, the undersigned, res petfullly in
form the citizens of WINN8BORIO an<
vicinity that we have REMOVE D to
GLADDEN9S IHOTEL,
And are now in receipt of a full line o
new and desirablo
SPRING AND SUMMER (OODE
Which we will sell at the lowest pricei
for cash.
DRESS GOODS,
Laces and Embroiderics, which wo ofter al
accordingly low prices.
WHITE GOODS.
We respectfully ask the attention of thi
Ladies to our entirely now fresh
stock of these goods.
English Swiss, Plain and Plaided Nan.
sooks, Piques, in great variuty.
SILK TIES.
Ladies' Lano Scarfs, Ties and Pows, al
fifteen cents, worth thirty-tivo ccnts.
CLOTKING I
BEAUTIFUL SPRING SUITS
FINE, MEDIUM and COMMON
FANCY GASSIMERES,
BLUE FLANNELS,
WORSTEDS,
For MEN, YOUTHS and BOYS.
MADE TO ORDER.
Suits made to ord'r at very low prices.
SAMPLES ON EXHIBITION.
P. Lallkukor & Bro.
Ay er's
ffcir Eigor,
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR TO ITS
NATUA'AL VITALITY AND 00O.QR.
IT is a most agreeable dressing, which
Is at once harmless and effectual, for
preserving the hair. It restores, with
the gloss and freshness of youth, faded
or gray, light, and red hair, to a rich
browvn, or deep black, as may be desired.
By Its use thin hair is thickened, and
baldness often though net always cured.
It checks falling of th~e hair immedi
ately, and causes a new growth in all
cases where the glands are not decayed ;
while to brashy, weak, or otherwise
diseased hair, it imparts vitality and
strength, and renders it pliable.
The Vroon cleanses the scalp, cures
and prevents the formation of dlandruff;
and, by Its cooling, stimulating, and
soothing properties, it heals most if not
all of the humors and diseases peculiatr
to the scalp, keelping it cool, clean, and
soft, under which conditions diseases
of the scalp and hafr are inpossible.
As a Dressing for Ladies' Hair'
The VIGon is incomparable. It is color
less, contains neither oil nor dye, and
will net soil white cambric. It imparts
an agreeable and lasting perfume, and
as an article for the toilet it is economi
Cal and unsurpassed in its excellence.
P'REPARED OY DR. 3. C. AYER & CO.~
Pactical and Analytical Chemist.,
Lowell, Mass.
Sal8ealldeedStabls
WIINNSB3ORO, S. c~
A.Williford,
PROPRETOR.
OH!
RIVALRY, CALM YOUR EXCITEE
AND REST-A LONG RELEA
"'TIS ANNIHILI
WI-I.T ivJ
'TIS BETTER THAN THE END]
AND STRUGGL
111EAUH'S TREY
-- o
3,488 fards of Calicoes at 5 cents
2,000 yards of I- Shirting at 4j cc
2,000 yards of Jeans and Cottona
BRAINS, ENERGY AND CA
200 pairs of Ladies Cable Shoes, ,
price of $1.25.
60 Marsoilles Quilts at $1.00, fort
25 piOcen Piques just received in i
16 and 20 cents.
PRICE THESE GOODS B
100 Mon's Straw Hats. The bigg
for CASH, only 50 cents. Just think <
89 Men's Hats at $1.00 each.
5 dozen Ladies' Trimmed Hats frc
& CO., at half their original value.
GROCER1IE5 (
Teas, Sugars, Cof'ees. Molasses
COST.
25 Boxes Soap to arrive this week
BOX ONLYk
SPACE DOES NOT PERMIT ME T,
BARGAINS I AM OF1ERING
No Fictitions Or I
J. L. MIM
TH]
1SEWING MAORINE.
LARGE AD
'OISELEgg.
SET~TING NEEDLE,
S THREADING al-lUTTLk,
WINDING BOBBIN.
ELEGANT IN FINiBSI,
AffD ?31 YAdi'
Thg Oily Perfect IMache Yfal,
A. & A. 0. ALFORD,
No. 23 South Calvert Stree,
L3ALTIMOREC, MD,
boro, 8e C. dec '
JUeiS dreed a ag lotgfeciic
GadnALTSOeed fal ids,
See. an etInPS gent, Pot a-o
bh oro es kinds. ChocFmy
J l Trc'ea lar e lot e t hveco
Geather, which ofvall be sa o
pe an ing rihs priots fr
11Idoe. ativn me aly thaeo
feteb 12 ich thl e orne4
CONFECTIONERIES,
dL so or inae c ferar own hb
L des' 1askets at oost, Doleran poys
beolow' cost.
angc Lemons. Apples r hkBa ad ead
of different kinris;
4. W. AfEENl
,~'Bmed, getd &nd fre b, alwau on
OH I
INERVES, I BRING YOU "PEACE
E FROM TOIL AND CARE."
6TION-Oblivion."
ESS, HOPELESS, WEARYJNG
[NO AGAINST
ENDOHS LEADERS.
0 -
worth 7 and 8 cents elsewhere.
nts, worth 6 and 7 cents.
tIes at 12 cents, worth 20 and 25 eta.
SH IS BOUND TO TELL.
orth $1.75, at the astonishingly low
UCTIO]$ .
3er price $2.50 and $3.00.
6 variety of pretty designs, at 73, 10,
EFORE PURCHASING.
.at drive ever offered in this place,
if it,
m the groat slaughter sale of HART
MROCEZRIES I I
t 5 per cont. over thoir original
,at four cents per pound by the
) ENUMERATE THE DECIDED
THIS SEASON FOR CASH.
IOlg Time Prices.
NAUGH,
P ACKROWLEDGED LEADER.
VilNOTON
Ascents for BAZAR PATTERNS.
F'AIE~ NOTICE.
W1, have now openod our STOCK
of' SPRING and SUMAI'Et DRY
GOODS, and ask ani inspection of
the same bf' the PUBtId.
Each Department is ftiJ! &nd
Complete, and in Styles, Quality
and Erices are Second to NONE.
All we ask is that you examine
OUR STOCK, and we will convince
you that we'
"TALeK SOID FACTS."
McMASTFiI; BRICE & K(ETCHILN;
tap 16
OPEN~ BUGGIES,
MiBUGG tsB and SPRING C1
*L WYAGONS are offered at
low ~ for cash, or a small
advac fr good papers
Top Bug 0o......... $65.00
SSq Iare~ Body, Three- Z
pngWagoni, twor
SprigWagon, two
seats, three-sping-a
icturnout........-75.0
Material and workmanshp
warranted.- Axles are Sheldon's
Anhrbrand. Shulev's Springs
and ptent whee.. I have also
a ful line of Harness and
J. H. CUMMIlNGS.Z
O .Dunlevy & Fant's.
SHA1U N ES S.
aPGOL COTTOL.
ESTABLIRSH D tatt
Ao-E
MARK
cod
(WoUND ON WSEITE SPooLa.)
GEORGE A. CLARE.
SOLE AGENT,
4.00 ,BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Since the introduction of thiR Spool
Cotton into the Arnerican market. its sue.
cess has been unprecedented. No other
brand of thread han ever met with the
same amount of public favor in the some
space of time.
The "0. N. T " manufaoturora were the
first to recognize the importance of the
8ewing Machine and to make a six.oord
cotton, which has ever been the recog
nized standard for machinoq.
All the improvements in machinery
that the inventive genius of the nine.
teeth century has produced have bneon
adapted by the anfacturersof "O.N.T."
At all the great International Fairs of
the world, '0. N. T." has been awarded
the highest hoiors.
The "0. N. T." factories at Newark,
N4. J., and Paisley, scotland, employ
5,200 operatives-make sufficient thread
daily to go around tho world four tinies.
Consume 140 tons of coal dali yI
The manufacturern of 10. N.' T." are
the largost manufacturers of Spool Cot.
ton In the world.
A full assortment of this Spool Cotton.
can be had at wholosale and rotail ot .T. Lf
BEATY & CO.'S. feb 22-tx0ln
FRESH GROCERIES I
S UGA RS) assorted. Coffees, 11m,
a Laguayra and Old Gov. Java,
Rio a1d Old Gov. Java Roasted,
Teas, Black, Imperial, Gunpowder
and Young Hyson,
CANNED GOOD.
Pears, Peaches, Pineapples, "64
matoce, Salmon5 Corned Doef, DeIle4
Ha 'n ur'key, Sardines, &..
Macaroni and Cheese, Ginger Prea
sorves, Pin Head Oat Meal, Coope
(elatine, Mustardi black Poppok- 44
Nutmegs.
Bald win Catsup, Cross & blaoki
well's Chow Chow, Emapire Chaw
Chow, Assorte.ickies, Lea& n-r
rinl's Worcestershire Battta
J. F'. McMASTEE & 00s
sept 14
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