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WILLAMETTE FARMER; SALEM, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 12, 1884.
Hftnra jtptitmenf
GENERAL MEWS.
Clovelrind, Ohio, had a 1,000,000 flro
on Monuny, Sept 7.
Malno is reported to havo gono Jlo-
pulican by .17,000 majorrty.
Tho Umpqua valloy is turning out a
vast amount of fruit this yoar.
Jacksonville) paper : Tho railroad has
bcon assessed at $2500 a mile.
Tho burglar shot by t)r. Pilkington of
Portland is in a fair way to rocover.
A Norwegian captain of a sailing
vobbpI took two bexos of pills and died.
A liro at Pressor last wook destroyed
property of tho valuo of $3000 or moro.
Tho First National Bank of Ellonsburg
will Biispond, becauso of poor businoHS.
Tho Jloaz nlnco on Apnlecnto wia
bought last week by Chincso minors for
$1000.
Crops turned out welt in Joscphino
county. Tho yiold is much larger than
over boforo.
Nearly 800 Chinoso in tho hop Colds
of Lnno county and moro aro arriving
daily.
Tho financial condition of California
is bad, owing to tho railroad companies
refusing to pay their taxes.
Wool to tho amount of 200,000 pounds
has bocn stored in tho Grango houso at
Iloscburg tho past season.
Harvest is under way in Klamath
county, being alout a month latter than
on this sido of tho mountains.
John Kimbal, embezzled $20,000 from
partios in Olympia and loft for San Fran
cisco. IIo has been arrcstod.
Tho Chincso, through mistako fired on
an English gunboat and woundod an
officer and n sailor. An explanation hna
bcon made.
A man in Lobanon olUrs to bet 4,000
bushels of old wheat against tho sarao
amount of now wheat that Hlaino is tho
next Provident
According to tho exhibit rondo by tho
connty clork to tho commissioners, tho
debt of Jackson county, including in
terest, is over SfCl.000
Thoro will probably lo no fall, term of
tho circuit court held in Lako county, ns
thoro aro not casos enough on tho docket
to justify tuo cxpeiiBc
Votrotnbloa of difiorcnt kinds havo
boon grown with success in Klamath
county this yoar. Only tliu most tender
ones havo not dono well.
Frisboo. tho absconding clork in tl.o
First National Hank, of Portland has
bocn arrested in Now York and will bo
brought back to Portland.
.Tho trial of Dennis McCarthy, for tho
killing of James Dauoy, in a saloon row
at Idaho City, recently resulted in a ver
dict of murder in tho socond degree.
Tho great hotel in tho Ycllowstouo
Park is a financial failuro. It lot money
daily tins noiwon, only 1,71)0 pcoplo
lcgistorod nt tho hotol sinco Juno 1881.
Anti-Morman residents of Lewis
county, Tonn., havo posted notices
warning Mormans to lcavo. Mormnns
aro much alarmed. Many aro going.
Thoy havo 210 days to loavo in.
Now Urunawick, N. J., has n bank and
its prostdont and cashier stolo?7,000,000,
iimf tlion commited suicido to cscapo
minighmont. Great excitemont prevails.
Several suicides havo resulted.
A riot caso will bo tried at this term of
Klmnatii county circuit court, indict
ments having been found against n
numbor of partios for participating in it
An Indian confined in thoChoony jail
was taken out and hung on Sept. 7th. Ho
was accusod of commiting an outrngo on
n whito woman nonr Cheeny. Troublo
is npprohonded from tho Indians in that
section.
A Portland firm has a narrow gaugo
railroad in operation from Oak Point, on
tho Columbia rivur, leading back into
ono of tho iinost forests in Washington
Territory. Ten miles" abovo tho Brock
log railway is -Iso in operation.
Substitutes for tho strikers on tho
Oregon Itailway and Navigation Com
pany a boats navo bocn obtained, and all
crews aro full at wages paid under tho
reduction. Tho ofliccrs claim that thoy
can employ any number of men at 910
por month and board.
There was burned on the 6toamcr City
of Morida,at Havana, recently n valuablo
collection of Mexican rarities, zoological
and botanical, destined for tho Now
Orleans Exposition. Gonoral Diaz, head
of tho Mexican Commission, is much
affected by tho loss. Ho says it cannot
bo replaced in ten years.
It is reported that tho grand opening
of the Kulanm branch of tho Northorn
Pacific Hailroad hasbeon postponed until
tho 20th in consequence of the inclines
on either bank of tho Columbia not be
ing completed sufficiently to pormit of
snfo and epeedy landings. A grand
exounaon will bo givon on tho oponing
day.
A train is making regular trips from
Ainsworth to the end of tho linisbed
track on tho end of tho Cnscado division,
about ton miles below Prosser. It carrio
the mall and pns.eugera. It is expoctod
that tho cars will bo running to Prosser
by tho 1st of October. Tho stage from
Yakima now connects with tho cars
some tweuty-nino miles this sido of Ains
worth. Miss Carrie Minnor.aged 15 years, has
twico this season driven a four-horse
team from Yakima to The Dalles, and
brought out heavy loads of freight. Tho
dUtanco for the round trip i nearly 200
miles. On one occasion Miss Carrie,
having 2000 pounds on her wagon, in
crcesed her team to six horses while
ascending the summit of the Simcoes.
Two nttompU woro mado on Sopt, 1 to
firo tho town of Spokane.
A. M. Elam of Milton harvestod a
largo field of corn which will averago
sixty bushels to tho aero. Wheat is
turning out about thirty-fivo bushels por
aero.
Tho Camas prairio pooplo complain
bitterly of tho trespasses of thn Umatilla
Indians, andgivo notico that tho pilfer
ing red man must ketp out of that vi
cinity. At Fossi Friday, whito riding a spirit
ed horse, James Scoggin was thrown
against a barbod wiro fence and had his
leg bodly cut,
Bosobnrg Indopondont : Farmers aro
busy hauling their grain to market. Tho
yield is much largor than for many yoars,
which will, in a moasuro, compensate for
tho low prico.
Jacksonville has had considerable rain
this week. Tho formers havo been fnvor
od with good crops and it looks as though
tho miners will also bo favored with
plenty of water.
Kivcrsido Entorpriso: A gcntlomnn
just in from Wasco informs us that grain
sown in that vicinity has already sprout
ed and is up high enough to givo tho
country a green tint. ,
Salmon fishing has commouccd in
earnest on tho lower Siuslaw. oaoh boat
catching from 75 to 150 fish por day,
which aro boing saltod by firms locatod
noar Florence.
J. D. Itobinson reports track laying
completed flfteon miles beyond Baker
City tho grading is all donn and connect
ion botween the roads will bo mado at
Huntington by Novombor first noxt,
without doubt.
Tho Ashland Tidings sayB : A marriapo
occurred at Eaglo Point Thursday night
in which tho respective ages of tho bndo
and groom wcro rather remarkable. II.
G. Snock, tho bridegroom, is 51 yoors of
ago, and Mrs. wooioy, tlio ulusning
bride, is 83.
Tho Times' Foo Chow dispatch says
Chincso officials there havo bcon notiilod
of tho declaration of war against Franco.
Shanghai hns been declared a noutral
ttortof ontrnnco. Woo Sun will bo block
aded, oxcopting that channel to bo for
neutral powers.
Franco has 310,000,000 bushels of
wheat or 30,000,000 bushels moro thnn
in lob X and tuo condition in r.nciaml is
irood for a larco yiold. This will holn
tho downward tendency of tho whott
nmrkot.
In order to stimulate immodiuto move
ment, tho board of directors havo decid
ed to roduco tho rate upon wheat, in car
load lots, from all points on O. It. N. Co.jb
lines oast of Tho Dalles to Portland,
from tho presont rato to $0 per ton. Tho
arrangement is good until October 10th
only.
A young man named John Duboll was
arrested in Marshficld last Monday on a
chnrgo of having stolen from tho res!
donco of J. lluis, on or about tho 0th
instant, n pocket-book containing $510.
Tliero Doing no ovidonco against Duboll
ho was discharged.
Itichard Fish has been commissioned
postmaster at Crab Creok, W. T. Special
sorvIcoonpo3troutoNo.'ll,278,Drcwsoy,
Grant county. Or., has been discontinued.
A star ecrvico has bocn established from
Droweoy to Malheur and back onco a
week from October 1, 1881, to Juno 30,
1885. From Jacksonville to Willow
Springs, Or., tho sorvico has been increos
0(t to six tin'os a wook from October 1.
On route lil.lOl, Port Townsond to
Coupvillo, W. T., scrvico has bcon in
creased to thrco times a week from
October 1.
Following is a summary of tho assess
ment of property in Coos county for tho
year 188-1, as compiled from tho returns
of Assessor Jlnrlookor; .Number acres ol
land, 2G9.9 17 valuo, $027,825 ; valuo of
town lots, $189,800; valuo of improve
ments, $10,077 ; valuo of raorchandiso
and implements, $-252,330 ; money, notes,
mortagagos, etc., iJUoo.ob'.i : Household
furniture, watchors, etc., $15,430; num
ber horses and mules, 12G0 vnluo, $11,-
OIC; numbor cattlo, 81GO valuo $111,
239; number shcop, 0172 valuo, $10,
352; numbor swino. -1328 vnhio, $8011;
cross valuo of all proporty, $1,880,3:1-1;
indebtedness within tho State, $318,932 ;
exemption, lb2,205; total amount of taxa
blo nroportv. $1,383,197; total number
of polls, 1195 ; total number of polls paid,
$ol&
Loato of (be O. It. & K, tines.
PiiiLAnnu'iiiA. Sept, 8. The Times'
Now York special gives an allodgcd in
sido view of tho Northern Pacifio
situation. Tho Oregon Itailway and
Navigation pooplo are willing to loaso
their linos and rather lean toward tho
Northefti Pacific as a stronger company
financially than tho Union Pacific, and
moro likoly to bo nblo to pay what it
agrees to pay nt the samo timo. They
havo n keen eyoon tho main chauco and
aro disposod to play ono of tho trans
continental companies against tho othor
to get tho host terms thoy can for their
properly, Tho Northern Pacific is thus
placed in a dilemma. It cannot afford
to seo tho important link in tho northern
route on tho Pacifio coutt which runs
down tho Columbia river and reaches
Portland, pass into tho hands of a rival
which will use it to feed tho Union
Pacifio through business, nor can it
afford to pay a prico for its lease that
will bo a heavy burdon on its resources.
The Oregon Itailway and Navigation
managers want as tho terms of tho leaso
theii bonds taken care of and 8 per cent,
dividends on tho stock, but aro willing
to take 0 per cent, the tint year, 7 per
cent tho second year and 8 por cont.
thereafter. Thoir property is not worth
over 5 per cont, on tho, proscnt showing
of net earnings. Thoy havo much un
profitable mileage in llttlo branch roads
and many steamboats aro tied up becauso
thcro is nothing to do. Columbia rivor
boats aro ntn at a loss to keep rival in
terests off tho rivor, and both of thoir
now and expensive Sound stoamers, built
in thodays of Villard's extravagance nro
now tied up becauso it docs not pay to
run thorn.
Anothor troublcsomo feature in tho
Northorn Pacifio situation in "Dillard's
road from Portland to tho California
boundry. Villard is in Europo trying to
raiso monoy to finish tho road. At tho
stato lino it is to bo mot by tho California
and Orciton branch of tho Contral Pacific,
When completed tho Contral Pacific will
bid for Oregon traffic instead of subsidiz
ing tho Noithorn Pnoiflo ai now, to kcon
it from soliciting San Francisco business.
It is rumored that Villard is coiner to
coiner
leaso tho Oregon and California linos to
mo central road. If lio should, tho
Northern Pacifio would seo n rival in
tho hoart of its own torritory. Whether
tho Northern Pacifio management is
strong enough to moet and ovcrcomo
thoso difilcuhios remains to bo scon. To
koop tho Union Pacifio from gotting
possession of tho O. It. & N. systom re
quires moro monoy than in tho presont
condition of tho markot for railway stocks
is likely to bo raised.
II. A. Kcndnll as Yuba Bill at tho
Opera Houso to-night
The West Shore.
Tho Soptombcr number is without
exception, tho handsomest and largest
evor published ol that intcrcstincr
periodical. It improves with ovcry issuo,
and thoso not acquainted with its ini
monso circulation uro surprised that bo
excellent n magazino can bo nublishod
for $2 per annum. Tho current number
is largoly devoted to British Columbia
and its resourcos, and tho ilfty-two
illustrations aro original and artistically
executed in a slylo which cannot bo aur,'
passed anywhere. It may bo said that
never boforo has British Columbia had
its magnificent resourcos so advan
tagoously and admirnblo set forth. Tho
number also contains interesting miscel
lany, a valuablo arlicloon tho "Discovery
of tho ltooky Mountains," and a con
tinuation of Nowton H. Chittenden's ex
plorations of Queen Charlotte Islands.
State Fair Restaurant.
Wo aro promised a restaurant nt tho
Stato Fair grounds this year that will
bo a crodlt to tho association and just
tho placo for visitors to get a tip-top
meal. Mr. Bob Thompson of tho
Thompson Houso of this city has rented
tho largo theatre building oast of tho
Pavilion and will fit it up in n stylo of
"oriental inagnificouco," so to speak, for
his patrons. Ono thing dead sure Mr.
Thompson will givo thoso who patron
izo him plonty to cat and cooked in
good homo stylo. Mr. Thompson is
making preparations for feeding a mill
titudo and it tho weather is good tho
"multitudo" will bo on hand.
Tho Columbia rivornnnual ronferenco
of tho Methodist Episcopal church
convened in Thn Dalles. Henorts from
districts wcro undo by pro-tiding oldors,
and tho characters of tho various minis
tors puhswl.
Don't fail to seo Mr. and Mrs. Kendall
at Heed's Opera House.
Oregon Itailway and !Vaviua
tion Company.
OCEAN DIVISION.
Between Portland anil Han Prnnclaro.
LMTlnf Alnaworlh Wharl at mldnltht, m followi:
raoM roRTUXD,
alldnhrnt.
Columbia, Haiur.Iay.Bep.lS
Oregon, 'ihurly,,,....lb
8UU), fuaaday.,.,. ,..,.13
Columbia, ruuday 2
Oregon, Friday, Oct,,.,, S
8Ut, Wneir ,
raou i! rnANciaco,
10 A U
Statt. Tuelv. bent. .. . 1A
OolumtU, Kuoilajr,, . ,21
Oregon, rldty... '..,,,,()
StaU. Wfrlnrnday, Ovt 1
Columbia, Monday, 0
vitgon, muiruv u
TUrongU Ticket aolil to all point in tht United
SUt, Canada and Kurop,
RAILROAD DIVISIONS.
Tranifcr lUamtr connectlnif with AtUntlo Kipirti
leave Ath Street wharf, 1'ortiaud, dally, at 11:40 A.M.
Tht I'adAo piui arrlre at 1'ortUud, dally at
11:10 A.M.
MIDDLE COLUMBIA, WILLAMETTE AND
YAMHILL Kit EK DIVISION.
Loav i'orUand I
tor I lion
UaMet anil Upptrj
Columbia....
Aitorla and Lbw
cr Columbia.. ,
IHytan.,
Curralll and In'
termcdUta ,it
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7 All
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Taeoina x.tl 8attlo d.lly at 1 1
Vl'.tori t?amtrt ilo nt run 6uniiy.
SAM
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Ceiirral OfUcm for. front aud I Ht.
O. IL FRESCOTT, Maoaxn
A. U STOKES, Oen'l l'. Ajet.t. '
A. L. HAXWM.L, Ticket AtltnU
4 CUHPKEKTCMMLlj. ,
Addreaa. TAYLOR MFO. CO.
'tUf MttUnikit frw.i Chmbetikiiric. I'
FANCY POULTRY.
Plymouth Rocks
BrUAIMLm
EXCLUSIVELY.
INEW THIS WEEK.
AUOTIOIW AUCTION I
A 320 Acre Farm, Stock and
Implements, etc.
A Groat Chauco for -Bargains !
I k'u HAWKINS' riUZE WINNINO
t amiiloo of tlia Contlntnt. No
1. K, SiSaptrdei.; twoilcien,
llted Cl amuloaa of tlit Contliunt.
fowle taxult natll fall. Ken. S2.il) per dca.: twod
i I tlirej doxeo. to. Caali muet accompany order
jiaartt : J. i. uahiuou.i, rorcei urore, ur,
Uprilly
k'AUMS HANTlUl.
B APPLICATION 13 MADE TO US DAILY TO
rent faro. ThOM dealrlur to rent their oltcei
pleaMCalloana. WABHIMR I1ARNM.
It Ileal CetaM and Inauraoca Af enta. Salem.
mii
WATUUNKlt & OAtlNRS, Real Ettata Ajenti,
ol Sakni, OttKon, will on
Octnbtr 3il, 1RSI,
Pell on the rrtmUee, 0 uillce eouth-neat rl Satern, In
Marlon county, the following dctcrlbed nal and per
eontl property, to-wlt t
One pood farm of S20 acrei; 150 tf which le In nil.
tlratlon, and ejttral acrte more eaelly gotten Into cul
tlratlon; 1J acrre rl'h bottom lind.txuellent for lity.
railing or gardening; hat good orchard bearlna; plenty
l i t"''1 M Pplt, pore, plume, prunea and
cherrlee; h on It lo anouee and gool new barn:
title perfect.
.... ALSO ....
S good young maret;
t geldlnge;
13 Imd of oatt'o oiinl.tlng ot 3 oiwi, 3 cilvti.
balance 2 and 3 )var olde, cowi A 1 uillatre
IS Uetkihlre hoge;
1 hervceter;
Splowt;
1 eprlng hirrow;
1 new fanning mill!
1 elder mill;
1 back,
1 heck;
Houiehold furniture, etc, etc
VTLTrrane of lMnli....Ali aumi unttAP tin ..li
On all tuiai oer f 10, 12 monthe time at S per cent In
turret. A illicountcf Sper cent, will be allowvU on
all mme over 1 10 whero cull li paid.
NOTICE TG FARMERS,
And all Intormted In Frutt Dryliaj.
JOHN BRUSH 0 SON,
ALBANY, i t i OREGON
Manuftclure to order
GALVANIZED WIRE CLOTH
For Trny and rrnlt Drier.
ORDEtlS F1LLKD ON SHOOT NOTICE. ALSO
niake to order
WOVK.V WIIIK MUTItrnS, with or without
tightener.
rCUI OK ATI. I, ZLVt! for Fanning Mille, and all
klndaot ItlKKCLOlll.
OREGON WIRE WORKS,
JullS-Sm ALUAMY, Oregon.
USE ROSE PILLS
Established 1803.
THOS. MEHERIN,
SEEDSMAN AND FLORIST,
Importer and Dealer, In alt klndi ol
Seeds, Trees aud riant.
Agent for It. 1). Fox'i Nuricrle.
No. 310 Hntlrry HI reel, okpnlle ro.t Offlce,
HAN I'ltA(I,CO, CAL.
t'rlce Ltt mailed free on nppllcitlon, JunelSmi
Sixth Annual Exhibition
OF THF. fOBTLAND
MECHANICS' FAIR!
Will opon Oct. 0 6k closo Oct. 85,
Merhanlrnt Skill, luvenllone, Art, mid Knl
ural rrodnct Hill Ite lepreacnleil by
tlio Bret F.xliltilt ever innile im
IhU Korlli.Mrat 1'ohI.
Iiistrunicntnl Concert,
Ily n ctllclent Orehettra each elternoonand crei.lng.
I'rtgaiuius :
Meda'aol Olid, Mirer or llranfeor Dlplomee will l
awarded a promtumi to merltnrlou, exhli II.
Admission :
Double Seaaon Tteketf , , , J VO0
Single Bearon llckita J. CO
Hlnvle admla Ion too
Children under It, half price.
Any dealrod information gUen or cnt on epnllcntlen
f) thn Superintendent.
OUSTAr WILSON, Bc. J. II C0NOLR, Preet.
K. y ALLKV. ruper.nUndent,
eplltd No. 0 Wadilngton 61., Portland.
Sawing Made Easy.7;
X0XABGH ZJOHXNTJCa SAWDTO XA0BDTK
BENT 02ST ,
ao xA.Tcm
TEST TRIAL.
1 W5u YxttRlr
Tor lretn earone. wood-yaraa. fanner cetUnff oat
tore wood, and all aWUpI k.miDir-u la aaiiniM.
itauW. au Mri,. A borot Uoaneawloirarueand
aar. Imuienao mtIdk or lakov and auw, Wrlls
forelferanUr Uaatratedrataloaiie InO urUllantoolora,
ajaobrluiantlajuumliiatedpoetcrlnft colon. aUm,
VfjNAKClf MTO cb!7tA) KM rSuta'st, Chicago, El
J. D. JORDAN & SON,
I'CCMeOH TO.,,,,,
EDWARD LAMPORT,
Dealer In
Harness, Whips,
Saddlery.
Holies, Spurs. Dus
ters, Btidiii"; and
IPrivinj; Gloves.
llewlrlnir noilly nn.l promptly
done at all time. C'Hrrlagr
'riliiiuiliiK n nprclnlty.
Couiicvn ll 81 reet, Saloiu.
I.epISm
OREGON
THJS
FRUIT
DRIER.
Patronize Homo Industry by
Buying an Oregon.
rinST ri-ciuw It hat moro iipaclty according to
cot than any other.
fKCONIi. It I ruler rranaved and rojulre let
.Mil lit oihmiIiui than any other.
Til lit 0. It MTea UUor In hvulllnjr the Fruit Tr)
aa nwheiiKiie from top U boltorn to diyeenly
1, required.
FOUKTII It aire, time and fuel by drying quicker
and more thoroughly thin any other.
FIFTH. It ia intra durable aa well aa more orna
mental than any other.
SIXTH. It I adapted to the purpoae of kreplng
green fruit or foi vegetable, convenient for winter ue
or for a milk atf or thee rack la tuinuier when not
la ue a a drrtr.
FKVUNTH It la adapted to aatlng the dripping of
atrupraua4 In drying vtry juicy fruit or berrleaand
tliua aavlne a valuable P'oduct and pretrentlna-. a, in
e me, it, falling on tha furnace, creating ni)k to In.
Jure or blacken the fruit.
Krery one of the above claim, I am
to otablloi I) a.tual teal In coir petition
fully prepared
uDutltlon with an
other tr.achlce. Till, iiiuhlne la roaio In rjrloui alio'.
ami price to ault the reiiulrtinenU of
all rlaaitacf
cuttoiotr. I Cviutiuctol mnatly of brick and Iron
In a durable wanner and It fully prntecto.1 I y U H,
nettnta irranted Ueotember l. lbbl I'tr.oni llvluir In
or near I ortland tun ace a larva machine of Ihle kind
by .llii,r on h. til LucllUg, the veteran nuraurr man
and fruit grower at Vlllaauale, Ong.n, who will take
ilcaiur in allowing It.
iffl liufiilrle uiuMerril uud Order Ho.
Ilrlltd. Addrwti myio
H. S. JORY, Box GS,
Saluin, Orogon.
rr f-end lx sent for peUge
ami receir, -ree a coailr box
Koouaw'icn win neipai,
" m " ." i eunrr x, hj uore ruoiuy
. iij ihi' ! i, nj.i',i4 vi9 ,ii ini worm.
For unra await the work.r abaoluioly aur,. Atence,
(apiiyj wu'bm aiii.1. nt i u., AUKu.ia, aiauie.
A PRIZED
DR. H. SMITH.
DKJTI,T..ALLOPKItATIOH8 Or DF.N.
tlitry pcr'.rutd In the roo-t ea.y an tklll'ol
manner. Tliose wearing Artificial Treth that do t
loe-kwe'l, or that diaflgure ihelr face, will do well to
etUonPU. II. btllril.aodgrtaKtcl U that wll
make you look na'ural a-aln. All YlutU War
ranted. OFlCK-ln Ueorca' block, our Uiy'
atore, Baleni. Iljanx
USE HOSE PILLS.
Caldwell, Becker & Licke.
LARGE STOCK OF
NEW GOODS I
Iry oods,
Fancy Ooods,
Furnishiug!oods.
Hoots, Shoes,
Hats and Caps
Wo tm to bnllil up mir trmlo by aeillriR
ORNUISK UOOliS OK THK IIF-IT Qt7AI.IT ONLY,
at prices from
10 to M Tcr Cent I
thitn tho irnno goodi cm bo told (ur on credit.
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