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Posters, Dodders, Billheads, Letter
lionils, Niitoho.ids, Stato
I'lllNTKII to oi!i)i:it.
Stock Inspector .
. C!. I. Ilnzoltiuc.
,...N. II. Holey.
W. 11. Johnson.
II. 11. Davis.
. . . . J. Mack.
,.. O. 1'. Cies.tp.
. . Chns. Tiiiimr.
.. M. N. Honhuni.
... W. W. Ilinton
DiMt. .ledges I
Dtit. At'oiney . . .
...M. 1). Cliironl
James A. Fco
... C. V. Hyde.
A F & A N!--U"nyo Cit' l-olo
Su. ;t I niuwU Huttniliiy on or lieforti
uik'Ii new moon.
q q piUih l.ixlj-0 No. 22,
Canyon City, regular uieotini; Thurs
day v lining of ituh week.
Mimiitnin View lslgu No. 113, Prairie
City, Nutuitlay evenings.
A O U V Homer lodgo No. 7H,
Canyon City, Monday evenings.
O G T '"' 1)lv '"h,'" s.
Cinyim City, Sal unlay evening.
C A R " Hancock l'obt No.
31 Jnlin )uy, Tuesday evening on
or l-fo i ii h full moon.
Oiiniliii, Kansas City, Chicago,
ST PAUL, ST. LOUIS,
AND ALL POIMTO
Hast, North tP South,
HA Kl.lt CITV.
J.S.WILSON - Tlckot Aeont.
PKl'CTY STOCK INSl'KCTOHS.
Notice is horoby given th t I hnvo
this day nppojntod thu following per
hour tiapnty stock inspectors for
tJrnnl county, Oregon:
NAM KB, I'OhTOlTICK.
L. 11. .lohnsoi Dayvillo.
John 11. Hukor, Caleb.
John C. Luc-u, lohii Dav.
John Hluckwidl, Long Crook.
Woods Carter Vox.
Win. Hull Prairio City.
1. S. Hlaukwcll Hnmiltoii.
L. M. Johnson Shoolly.
Hjiij. llmnwkor Wiij-nur.
Stock Inspoctor for Grant Co., Or.
May 7th, i s'J ).
E. E. BURLINCAME'S
ASSAY OFFICE' ND LABORATORY
Gold & Silver Bullion ''iV VA'.:;1.'.
col ! 3 ino
i ool I ;i mo
i ool I :i mo
Q W. HA Hll Kit, M. I).
lMtyslcluii V Surgeon.
Cawos City : : Orngon.
Oillcii nt xt iliNtr to Co. Trwisurcr's
oll'icn, Main Strict,
Oltll, M. 1).
Cnnyon City, On.
4t.l U) Dr. llawwO.
Q I. IIAZKl.TINli.
I.OXO ClIBHK - OllKOON
Paiuush it COZ.U).
ATTOHNEYS AT LAW.
Uanyo.v City, - - Oiikco.h,
CANYON CITV - OllKOON.
Officii ovor John Schmidt's cahinol
shop; ofl'ico hours from Oam to -l pn
ALL WUiiK WAKUANTEU.
Proprietor of tho
John Day Milk Ranch
.Fresh milk ddiverod daily to my
customers in John Day and Canyon
cities. Uivo mo your orders.
jp O IIOltSLKY, M D.
OitAtirATi: oKTiir. Univk.hsity or
P nnsvi.vaxia, April 8, 1818.
Canyon City, Orngon.
O lien in his Drug .Store, Main Street
) nlc re for Drugs promptly filled
No profukNioual putroimgo indicted
in' )hn diiections ant strictly followed.
O". W . Muolc,
IMiuitu: City ... Ohkoon.
Also A gout for tho sale of School
(OHi. e op... it-- .Miivmic Hall)
Canyon City .... Oregin.
SOT . U'orc 1 1 V, mi tiled.
A 0. ELMER.
Assayei & Analytical Chemist.
Make Annoys or tents of .ill kii.iI.-4
ICxaiuino Mines, pieparo Maps of
nnd reports on same.
C4T Orders by mail will incuive
I' ( Ito III, Ittilur ( llj Oku.
J. L. B. VIAL & SON-
a nil .IK IV KL liltS,
Hakuh City, - Oiihoon.
V OLINS nml CUiTARS.
M.'iu) t.. l.-i in on ('ulUttriU.
OpjMisito I'nion Moat Market,
Main S'rei t
Ilooti or ShiM m.Ji tu urder, or Mil) ui IiJ
All Work Wurruuted rirt-eli
ALONK WITH A MANIAC.
Tlireo suintnors ago, in the ear
ly afternoon, I ml out for a walk
in the, woods, which cvtciuieil for
n great distance above tho town.
It hml lieen nn iutui.svly wnrm
week, and I had found tho tedium
of the K-hoolrooin increniiil to an
intolerable degree by the burning
lient of the atmosphere, so I went
to look for u cooler than the
wall of Mrs. Hrown's school eon hi
alfonl. I found it under a cluster
of myrtles and mating myaelf on a
soft carpet of straw nml leaves that
covered tho ground, became so im
merged in meditation that I forgot
all about the hipo of time, and my
distance from Mrs. l'rown's.
I was recalled to a sense of m v
Mirrouudings by a low roll of
thunder, and starting up, was sur
prised to see how dark it had
grown. Tho sky was covered with
thick cloudf, through which shown
constant ominous Mashes of liht
ning. Tho wind, too, had risen
and the solemn roar of the trees
a most mournful sound, tilled the
air- -I hastily aroso and walked as
rapidly as voible hoping to reach
home before the storm broke. I!e
fore I had gone half a mile I was
startled by a loud voice, just be
hind i lie, saying:
"Quite a beautiful morning,
1 turned around and stared in
astonishment, tirt at not being
alone, secondly, at thu uncoiemo
nious alutiou of a stranger, and
thirdly, at the very innpiiropriate
remark. Immediately behind me,
as if he had ju.t sprung out of the
ground, stood a tall, stout man,
neatly dressed but strange to say,
he wore no hat. Where ho had
wt-r, t It .i t
Noelii.Li., a u il he I i f
IR'tCr KC 111' II-
truly, nml he micht
lmc nililcil s itlt ciiml force, tint met it
U the cciu-c of success. Wiwlom'.i
Kolcrtltic Is Hie n iiuim m nf niciit, anil
Its liUtury is success The mngifHl cf
fecti of lids prt-Huatiii l:ae heen sttcsit
ril by thousniiiU uf the Irii.liii l.ulies of
society stul the ktaje. Il ih the imlv artU
clc ever itisrovereit which jive n Xiitur
at hiiiI Utautiful tint to the coiupleviuii,
nt the uime tunc removing nil miikIhhiw
of the face and srma nttii leuviiiK die
skin soft, smooth nud viUt-ty. It li.n
loit lwcn the study of chruitt to pro
duce na article that while it would trail
tij'y the complex ion would also have the
merit of beuin fit mltss, hut these luo
iiilportnnt qualities weie ucvir hrorifjlit
together until couihiiied ill
tV. P. DUNCAN,
I mill Duij - - - Or
1 1 KM. Kit IN
Hardware, Miner' Supplies, Etc, Etc
llvdruiilie I'iiH and all kinds of
Tinware manufactured to order.
l'lip only Tin-shop in (iriint coun
ty, and eipiipped fur all manner of
tr REPAIRING A SPECIALTY-
f H E CRY OF MILLIONSt
OH, 7VCY BRCKl
STOP IT NOW,
SOON IT WIIL UC TOO LATt
' I I .iU.iul.lrilmiiyyranu!i
I. V ..I...... ..! llBr Ifl. f
mtuiy illllriciil irninlw l "Ji I
i..ujit H I'ruiu illllnrnt 'lii'i-i"
wuhout icllcf Alul llir 1MI1 t April
I ua ullnliiK (loin iry l..l-nt .
muck llul luiut iiiMliiilrl mr la
iuita luiiiiri ... ; I
Wlicn I ut ilowa It almwl lniilllt lur lilt
tu gtl up nlonr. or In Hl on my twin", "i f"
LliA li!....lni.e -nt lr llriilry. itli Hie '
okhoon KiiiNHV ti:a. tu my
ImScI. I luimnlwlcly ihuiiihikt.i
mini; Ihr tni It luil an almukl
mirarutoui rllnt. ami tu the mloii
tiluiiriit ufnll thr Kiif'l at the liulrl,
I.. f-.. .1 . . . I l.ai.f.v In hlAlr
ill M .in J " ... "- J '
II.. I t una u nrw mail. 1 wll)9
Ircumiiirinl Die Ira tu all ulliu.lc.ll
1 U41C LCI1.
li A. Tt'I TliK,
l iupiiflor (V-cUcutal Hotel,
MuU Knu, CjI.
flOW'S YOUR FENCE?
XL We have tho CHEAPEST and nest
'4 WOVEN WIRE FENCING
t.w. Wlro Ropo SoIvoko.
to IKCIIE3 man at to CENTS VIJX ROD
I i.. , i..,r i n r ..nn anil Sl.x-k rm inir .
. in ini iiii oirii match rrlftah'W Ht IJ
i.i.i r I'lrlglil I'uld, Sunt ..rrir-mr
ilit nil ill hiiim Him inn in., unrii.il, 114.
I- AllHUtl l.VN .1.4 I I Ul.U ltV fiw,
come from ami why bareheaded I
could not conjecture. I replied
by ni cold a 1kw as (wssible ami
hurried away. Not at all discon
certed by my chilling liehavior ho
stepped up to my side ami walked
along with me, keeping up a sort
of monologue in the miiiiu loud
"A uncommonly pretty day. I
wouldn't give tho refreshing hal
my air of tho sweet south for the
whole of Italy. We shall have a
lovely night when I liana, goddess
of the silver lw, reigns supreme
o'er the cclnstiiil blue. Then our
burning brain will be cooled hy
her soft mild beams. How ulorf-
"Is he crazy?" thought I, gut
ting rather mle ami nervous. 'I hen
I critically examined my unwel
come escort. As he looked sane
enough, though a little tlighty,
certainly his language was rather
high down, but lie was composed
nnd gentlemanly in mauuet. As
there seemed no jKissibility in get
ting rid of him, I thought best to
appear civil, so replied: "There
is danger of tu-night being "gly
us just now the prospect of a vio
"No, no," replied my eloquent
friend, waving his hand round and
round. "That isn't at all prolm
hie. Tho father of gtxls and men
would not forgot his divine pre
rogative to protecting his children
as to commence dinging his thun
derbolts broadcast whileoneso fair
ai d alas, so weak and frail, is e.v
ocil to their dire ettVets."
"Decidedly this man is mad."
thought I, and quickened my steps
to a run.
"Don't hurry, my beauty," cried
lie and laid his hand on my shoul
der to check nit'. This completed
my panic, but I hud sunsc enough
left to reflect that if ho was really
insane the worst thing I could do
was to hut ray my terror, and I
strove hard to get out of his way
without offending him.
"Kcuso me, sir, but I sic a
house yonder in which I shall take
Midler from thu storm. " .lust
then there came a blinging llanh.
a terrific chip of thunder and rain j
began to pelt my list and my wild
uampaiiiiiu's bare head.
"Ah! licten lo the voice of the
mighty," cried li , "but havu no
fears; while I am with you all
danger lies sleeping."
"Oh!" said I, Iremblingl, "I
shall be safe enough in that house;
but as you, sir, do not mind storms,
it might he best if ymi went on lo
"And havo you alone, delicate,
to face the perilous electricity now
illuming the ether hluof said thu
gallant. "Never! Together we
must face the elements." lie then
begun in his loud tones singing:
Ob. Inulllul (III thou art
A ll-HMI ol Jo; u till llilul.lilllf hr.lt:
A ilr iit f.ot friini ttil Horhi uf II141,
Ami ll uii.IIiiiiiiiiI f thr IiJm uf Ihli;
A rlnhn irtuiiil l lo..-'. own tun
Oil Ihr i !uli! nf lit; Ih-Iiij, liultful onr "
I'y this time I vv.ii M-rinusly
v Tjrijui, i-
.IIAIIIU.'H Git ANURIA.
"The wnrl'l 11 i-veii nn we liikii It,
Am) 1 1 To. tlcur iluhl, Is wluit ho makn It."
Tlili linn Hi" inTitlmi nt nf an oM lu.ly to
her Krntiilrhllil Mnlx'l. Ami tunny it )lnl I
In fouii'l It to Ihi inn', nnd sha Ima tnki'ii
run' of .rr liciiltli. hh krn n on haml i
uijiy of Dr. I'leren's I'nturlto l'nn-rl-I
tun. nnJ (hi Is not tninl'liil wllli tlimui
waitlnir illn-mu-a, wrakni-Mm. "ilrnirKlnir
il,, in" wiiaat Ions nml Itini-tlonnl Irrt'KU
Urltli that so mnnjr women failure. It
Ir llin only ineiltilno fur muni'ii, miM hy
ilriiitiflti, iirnl.T a iullUii (inn rmitt-o
fnnu tlm maiiutacturer. tint It will nlvn
nntufactlon In every iw, or innney will
Ui ri'luniliHl. Thla Kiiarnntui Iiah Idvii
irlntrl on the !tt!c.wni'H-r ami faltli
I'jllr esrrlixl out fnniinny vnurs. , ,
"t'avorltu rnfiTlptloii" fi n li-cllltnntu
tnnllcliir, iv.t lvtrngt. Contalua no at
ivihol to iMibrlatui no syrup or auirar to
uVrnnirn illtrintlnn. Ai j.fruKdr In Us 10
inullul nuiilla ni In 114 nunpiwllliiii.
A 11 tMiwrrful, InvlKomtiiiif tonlo. It I in.
ikirta (trwiiifth to tlm vlml" system, imr
b ularly to tin womb uri'l 114 niitiiilauM.
-.,r fm-liln Kiitm-ii Ki'iv nilly, llr. I'li-rtwn
I'uinrlti) I'rini'rlptliin Utl irreatrat enrlti
Ir tamn, tielnir unililU-l M nil li'l tllni
i.-nllnl unJ rittorutlro tonlo, or sttinclli-
' 'a llook of 10O poirt. on "Woman ami
III r Dlteiws, their Nature, nml How to
1 uto tin-in," w ot s-urii. Iii plain unvuloia',
1 11 receipt of li'll ei-liU, In tauil.
Aiijn-wi, Wiiiimi k Di't'KxsAiiy MriiicAu
ASkOCUTlos, I'll itnlii St., lluirnlu, N. V,
DR. PIERCE'S PELLETS
liliHtlte. or rutliurtli;, Hi-.-.ninif InsUu of
do.-, 11 aruirtfisu, unti u viui.
L'jBi If II f.l 1 '
I alarmed. That ho was mad show
I ed in his every movement, and I
haMcucd toward the house hoping
to find there not only shelter from
tho weather hut protection from
my dreadful companion, who still
kept close to my side. lint as I
approached I was struck with the
lonely, desolate appearance of the
house. The gallery steps had fal
len away. The rooms were all
s open, doors anil windows entitely
1 gone, and the whole house a mis
erable wreck which scarcely gave
shelter anil no protection whatever
. from a mml man. Y hat a situa
tion was mine. A lone woman in
a deserted house, far away from all
help, with a strange man of whose
insanity I became moro convicted
, of every moment.
Now the roar and Hash of thun
der and lightning were incessant;
the rain poured down in torrents;
a strong wind swept through the
rooms, rattling a broken window
hanging on one hinge. The more
noisy and violent tho storm bu
cj me, the more restless and excit
ed grew the strangei. He walked
in and out the room, tossing his
arms around his head, talking to
himself and gesticulating violent
ly, nnparcntly taking no notice of
me, for which you may be sure, 1
was devoutly thankful. I sat on
one of the broken steps which had
blown in by tho storm, with my
heart in my month, afraid to move
anil almost lo breathe, led 1 should
attract his notice Kach time he
approached mo I drew hack care
fully in as small u space as possi
ble and watched him with dilute I
eyes ami fluttering heart until the
length of the room again separated
If ever a human being grew uer
ous and pale, it was I. How 1
prayed that somebody would come,
somo storm strayed wanderer like
myself, somo negro field-hand, any
body to deliver me from my fear
ful " position. "Would no one
come from Mrs. Itrown's to seek
niei" 1 asked myself over and
over. Hail my fearful companion
no one to look for liitu f lie cer
tainly needed a keeper. Then I
remembered, with a feeling of
blank despair, that I hml told 110
one where I wjis going, and us for
him, what dfd I know nothing
except hu was crazy! So 1 could
only sit perfectly still, try to keep
11 v terror down and hojio for some
chance of slipping away unobserv
ed, even il I hud to wait mid go
unilur cover of night. In the mean
while his excitement grow tenfold,
and his puce became constantly
more rapid, his gestures more ve
hemeiit, his voice louder, until he
finally riuhud up ami down the
room waving his arms frantically
and shouting out all torts of queer
"Ah, how the grand old bolls
rattle! No rust about them ! Nev
er fear, rattle on, but I am made
of iron, so you cannot strike my
breastplate It is triple and crown
ed with oak leaves.
"Why, surely all tho sparkling
fountains must be falling from the
sky nr there is a terrible earth
quake raging. I know now il is
only .1 upiter turning Neplure away
from his dominions and the tiiiiui
iu nt is turned into it 1 1 ocean. How
grand! lint they can ntncrdrovwi
me, for 1 am thusiin! Ai.d vvheru
is my liuuitiful niuid my proud,
haughty Highland queen She
was wnh me but a inniiii iil ng"."
A glare of intolerable light lIuMi
ed through thu room, and tu m
utter horror I beheld the iiiadiiiiiii'
oyestglaring full upon me when I
6;it crouching on the step, fright
encd within an in di of my life
In a moment he win hi-Mdc mc,
and eei.ud my arms in his hot
"Come, come with me my wund
html hiKkie You and 1 mut climb
yi 11 heights before morning. Don't
you hear tho voice culling us?
Wo will go by yon fixer ami ship
ils llow. 1 1 111 ry, hurry; they are
As ho spoke he pulled me away
from thu steps, to which I clung
like mad, ami drugged uu toward"
the dour. With my weak unwill
ing feet following, he paced im- up
and down tho room until I was
ill i u: as crnzy as he I was cold
as 1 could he; my tongue sei-iiied
purnlyzcd, while my hair stood up
straight. This 1 know, because I
felt it going up.
Having always heard that it was
beit to pneify lunatics by hiiinuririK
mem, ami m-cicmiing to tall in with
their peculiar whimsical idea, I
tried it. All veiy well for a short
while, but when alone in 11 ih-Nnrlixl
place, with no hoN of help, in the
aettial grasp of a iwwerftil maniac,
1 111111K one it-cm rauier inclined to
do away wilh tlunry and resort to
My friend (?) grew wilder every
moment. I did not know but n't
any moment In- would llml some
way to hang me My only thought
was (o get away, mid I ifrew back
with all my ntreiitli as he marched
up and tlow 11 the room, ltut I mum
saw resistance greatly inllamed his
ireimy. in the 1I1111 room I could
see his rnllinir ina rlMt..l,...l t .... I.
and trembling mouth ami a feaifuf
siK'iit 11 was, too. hvory iimmeiit 1
expected to he chewed t'tp, and had
fully mnile up my mind for a regu
lar hanil-to-hand conlli.-l f.,r I
couldn't sit still to beeated up.
i ns imiKis eitiiehed my shoulders
furiously, ami then in a moment he
hurtled me through the doors, sav
You an ehaiiired! You uill mil
come with me. You do not wish to
see tho river cease (lowing. You
are not what I thought you were,
Venim. no; you are only Neptune's
cousin I Listen! There is a ship
trying to sail. Ilmv sillv! I ou
think I'd try to II v in siieli hi- illmr
and soil the gold that lips my
wings? Never! Mrs makes the
tempest; Mars detains Ihe ship; he
detains us and deniuniU a sin riliee!
1 oil. sweet Otiecii. are the etimiiiit;
victim. Now wh.-rc's tin- Mw.ir.l 1..
slay this fair godde-s? Hit ah, 1
see it! There it lii-u u-,iiili,,r "
With a bound ami lerrlbl i ir Im
ran out of the house, seized a small
limb 1 vitiir near, which the Mi.u-m
had blown down. It was fresh and
green, capable of doing short work.
Hill l UC V Cllltl Was lnr rum l.i-im.
ready, ami the first moment thai
was my own I turned and iled for
inv life throilllh th.- n-ir ui" 1 1, i.
house, down a julh. Ihruugh tlio
dense wihhIs, gouirf I knew not
where. I sprang over ditches, giasp
ill' to the trees for ni I -ih I 11-.. nt In-
The road was dark and dangerous.
Iiv my neck was not bruki n ih
hard to tell. Hut nn I unshed i,,-v-
er turmni: fr.m riuhi tu lei'i I
could hear his shrieks of r.tge vvhi-ii
he perceived my liiht, and when 1
east one glance link beheld him
rushing after iih with hit sink 111
hand. Just then 'i luiiil ll.ish lit
up every 1100k and corner 111. d I saw
myself within twenty feet of (he M.
I.. V T. railroad, lieu which was 11
cistern house. In this I ran and
Mummed tho door, placing myself
up a prop ngiiinsl it. In this (him
tion I stayed hIkjiiI an hour, though
it seemed an eternity.
The rain stoppe I, wind ealnnd
ami the storm huh over. I c mid
m iiher ieo nor hear my pursuer
All was slillitnd driMilfuliy ghsimy.
I was certain he hIinmI at some nf
the cracka glaring in at me and
the thought chilli d me through
At least I heard dist u.l foolslips.
then there was a gleam of a lan
tern. Nearer and nearer it can e
It was the "track walker" on his
way home I waited till be n-.ie li
ed this cistern house. Then I llin-n-
open tho door and told him of my
- .1 . 1 ... .... .
mgituui jMisiiton. At llr. t In-apis
ared to illumine lne (In lllti.it If.
if I may judge by (In- solemn aston-
...... 1 . 1 . 1 , 1 .
iniiincill Willi WIIU'll lie l.-Iclu il In
Hilt he wan boon rulivin, 1 .1 ,,( ils
trill II. when, on lie:iriiie ,-i ,. im'
sigh, he terceivwl, wilh the aid
his lantern, a man h ing d. w n ... mn
till- SWItCll, Willi , MM. it,, 1 , ,-
B ru Igc8 ,
Ihis. A. V..-Wf .,
poor orny man. lie was loo weak
to make ii step. The track-walker
can led him lo the house ami laid
him down, left him ami went home
with me. When he turned to go ho
simply bowed, ami, as (hi' lantern
swung around, I saw a big teardrop
full 011 his haml. I was home safe
ly, but looked like a ghost for 11
My SKr wild companion was tho
old trackwalker's son. lie was first
insane, when but fourteen, but nil
thought him cured, as h had not
had a sK.dl for eleven years.
I havo seen him many times sinco
(hat eventful day, have (alkuil lo
him, too, though his responses are
always a shake of the head, which
to us means "no " He is jierfectly
harmless now , and will, no doubt,
ever lie so. And while I tlo not
fear him any hmgee. niv startling
adventure left such 1111 impression
on my mind that I have never since
been out alone
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A 1! v I c c to Young: Men.
It is the maddest folly in (ho
world for a intiu to s.iddl '" himself
with debts If he ever exji-ets (o pay
them. If yiiti once acquire thu
habit of paying debts and fall be
hind, it will be very difllcult to
tateh up unless you lake to robbing
trains and in it with pho.iomenal
success, whirh is ton improbable a
contingency to justify a voting man
Hiking any ink. On -vvbii inherits
wealth and goes on year after year
spending a little nmre than his in
come, will become poor i'l tun . and
will untimely bring In gray-haired
father and other distant relatives to
their rcseclivo (noil s by running
for olllce Living beyond their
means has brought multitudes of
other highly rc.HTinbie p.-ople to
ruin, hence the safest wav is lo start
a big daily ptp r in a small town,
and in a short time you will havu
so much means, mi m my corner
lots, and such an immense cash bal
ance that it will be impossible for
you to live beyond your menus,
even if you should l.e. 'p a fast yacht
run! 11I line itv nun jit-,, i, uii ;..
A man who is in debt walks in
Ihe midst f p ril, if ln is fool,
enough to walk. !! should lideiu
the streetcars, and then it will bu
iniHiSrilile for bun to walk in tlm
midst of p.-nls (!( ahead and
keep ahead, au-l vnur -u js lol
ernbly sure, p.n tn 'il n ly if 1I1 sher
ill or a tu. in wiili . n n il, 0 1 baud
is trying to 1 a' li up iv, lb y .it -Ti
Till I ..s.l. f 1 uini , . 1 t purllr
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