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DALLAS, OREGON. SATURDAY. JUNE 11, 1870.
Wlxt (Ortjaii. jVcpblirau
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' Dallas, Folk County,. Oregon. "
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IS THEUE ROOM IN THE AVGCL
A sliort time siruc the writer listen
ed to an interesting discourse by a
Methodist preacher in which he relat
ed the following incident : A mother,
Who was preparing some flour to bake
into bread, left it for a few moments,
when Utile Maty with childish curi
osity to sec what it was took hold of
the dish, which fell to the floor, spill
ing the contents. The mother struck
the child a severe blow, saying with
anger that the was ; always, in the
way ! Two weeks after little Mary
sickened and died. On her death bed
wh!le delirious, she asked her mother
if there would be room for her among
the angels. 'I was always in your
way,, mother you had no room, for. lit
tle Mary ! Ani will 1 be in the an
gels' way ?M The broken hearted
mother then felt no sacrifice too groat
could she have saved the child.
Is there room araonjf the an?e .
For rhe sflirit of your child?
Will thev take ynnr little Mirv
In their loving arms no mild f . ' -Will
thy ever love me so fondly
As my story bnoksrbave said?. J ;
Will tbey find a bom for Mary
' Msry cumbered with the dead ! :
Tell me truly darling mother !
Is there room for such as rae ?
Will I gain the home of spirits,
.. . And the shining angels see,? ,
I bare sorely tried yon mothers-Been
to yon a constant eare ! -
And you will not miss me, mother, '
When I dwell among the Mir I
For you have no room for Mary
She was ever in your way,
And she fear the good will shuwlier t
Will they darling mother, say ?
Tell me ell roe truly, mother,
Ere life's closing hoar doth come?
' Do you think they will keep me,
, In the shining angels borne ! '
I was not so wayward,' mother 1
Not so very very bad,
'r But what tender love would nourish,
And make Mary heirt so glad J
Oh ! I yearn for afition, ,
' In this world of bitter woe!
And I long for Miss immortal,
In that land where I inust go I
Tell me once again, dear mother, "
Ere you take the parting I iss!
Will the angels bid me welcome
7 To that world of perfect bliss? .
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The Republican Party.
vThe New York Tjimes concludes an
article on the Republican party wtyh
the following observations : ilNo dis
passionate man can doubt that the Re
publicans have, upon the whole de
served well of the country. They have
Bdcavorea to carry out the will of the
people with fidelity, and in the teeth of
innumerable-obstacles. The President
fias honestly, fulfilled hls plcdges, and
Avoided all tfinsa rrnri infn wliIA lilJ
- - w . .uuv m v io
jqanjediate predecessor fell, to the great
.disturhanco of public affairs. We be
lieve, then, that we may appeal with
confidence to the people in all the ap-
ttroachinsr elections. We . have vet
may things, before us to accomplish;. VAnd pray exclaimed 'one of. his hear
i. ' i, i- " ' a i er8 w,t" a ra?, of triumph, -'can you
the best guarantee for. our, work in
he future. With reduced taxation,
and a revision of . that part of our rey
enue system, wjiich checks rather than
fpcourages the prosperity of the na
tlea, we shall , be able to say. thai rio
other-existing organization could or
fronRhtiye .done half; so much to pfo.'
piote the eomoB, good."
Masonic Lodge of Sorrow Interesting
The Supreme Council of the Thirty
third Degree of the United States, in
session at IJaltimore Inst week, held a
'Lodge of Sorrow" n the Masonic
Temple The Sun of that city says
of the ceremonies:
The hall was in complete mourning,
the waHi on each s'de being festooned
with glazed black muslin, which, with
the brilliant light from hundreds of gas
jets, had a fine effect. In front of the
stand was placed a cushioned table, on
whieh was ah open Bible and immedi
ately in front of this an elaborately
finished burial case, surrounded by a
guard of houor, and on which lay the
numerous insignia of the Order, au
open Bible, and several beautiful bo
quets. tOn a temporary altar large wax
candles were burning, whilst suspended
in front of the organ were the escutch
eons of the deceased members. The
organ is a fine instrument of twenty
five stops, twenty-six feet high by four
teen feet wide, from the manufactory of
Mr. A. Pomnlitz. and was presided
over by Professor George Walter. The
vocal music was under the immediate
direction bf Messrs. Joseph Hurke and
Henry E. Loane, both members of the
order. The music was of a high char
acter, the members of the Geruiania
Macnncchnor having volunteered for
the occasion. Owing to the inclement
weather the Supreme Council did not
assemble at the hall on the corner of
IJaltimore and Holiday streets, as pre
viously arranged, but, met in one of the
upper rooms of the Temple and march
ed into the hall under escort of the
members of the four -Baltimore com-
mandaries of Knights Templar, appar
eled in the rich and imposing uniform j
of the order. The seats immediately!
in front of the piriform were occupied
by the members of the Supreme Coun
cil and their escort, whi'st the .-officers,1
the orators and the choir occupied the
stage. The solemn and imposing cere
mony ibrfthe burial of the dead was
read byififeneral Albert Pike, and the
responses made by the Senior and Ju
nior Warden and by other officers of
the Lodge of Sorrow.- Near ehe close
of the solemn. Sfrvice the members of
Council proceeded from the platform
and passed around the coffin several
times" in procession, the organ during
the time pealing forth a soft and mourn
ful dirge. The entire service was in
tesperscd with "impressive music and
anthemsJby the -choir.
The burial servico having closed, an
address was delivered by the Supreme
Minister of State of the Supreme
Council, Giles M. Hilljer. of Mississip
pi. He spoke at considerable length
on the -beauties of Masonry , and the
virtues of the deceased-brothers, in
whose Jmcmory the Lodge of Sorrow
was held. Kutogies were then deliver
ed of the deceased members the lata
Hon. Howell Cobb nd William S.
Rockwell, of Georgia by A. O. Mitch
ell, ot that State; on Kiward Hale
Gill 'Kd wardHlutledge Ives, Willis V
Coleman. J oseph Francois, . Louis "La-
mare and Thomas Ross by members of
the Council from a their respective
States. The ccrehionics lasted until
near" midnight, although the greater
part of the audience : left before that
A Lahgb Cannon. A smart Yan
kee was one evening seated in a bar
room of a country tavern in Canada,
whittling with a jnck knife. There
wcri;ussetnbled; several .Englishmen,
discussing various, matters connected
with the pomp and circumstance of
war. In the course of his remarks,
one of them stated .that the British
government possessed th6 largest can
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non in the worl I, and gave the dimen
.sions of one lie had seen. The Yankee
would not let such a base assertion pasV
uncontraaictea. -run t gentlemen,'
d said h "Iiwon't denv that it is a fair
c'linrl Amnn .l,t, f,.
s o'nyvi " mm wi f i uui juu ait; a ley 1113 ill is
taken in supposing ife p be named .j the
same minute with oneof our Yankee
guns which I saw in Charleston last
year.- Why sir; it was : eo large that
the soldiers wero obhzcd to emnlov a
yoke ef oxen to jdraw in tho ball V
tell us how they . cat. the oxen out
as;ain?': 40f coarse J ean returned
Yankee, "they uuyoked 'em and drove
'era through the touch -hole 1"
Adel, Iowa, has a boy seventeen years
old who weighs 310 pounds, aud still
U growing.- His name is Alexander
Macrgart and the Gazette wants seine
enterprising' town to match him.
Subscribe for the Republican.
What " Breaks Down- Youaa
Men. Tho Scientific American . of a
recent date, has the following:
It is a commonly received notion
that hard study is the unhealthy clt
ment of a college life. But frowthe
tables of mortality of Havvard Uhiver
sity, collected by Prot. Pierce, from the
last triennial catalogue, it is clearly de
monstrated that the excess of death for
tho first ten years after graduation, Is J
found in that portion of each class oi
inferior scholarship. Every ope who
has seen the curriculera knows that
where iEscbylus and political economy
injure one, late hours and dissipation
use up a dozen. Dissipation is a sure
destroyer, and every young man who
follows it is as the early flower exposed
to untimely frost. Those who" have
been invegled into the path of vice are
named Legion. A few , hours sleep
each night, high Jiving and plenty of
smashes," make war upon every func
tion of the body. The brains, the
heart,, the lungs, the liver, the spine,
the limbs, the booes, the flesh, every
part and faculty are overtasked and
weakened by the terrific energy of
passions loosened from restraint until,
like a dilapidated mansion, the ''earth
ly house of this tabernacle"; falls into
ruinous decay. Fast young men, right
O ir friend, Mi-stress M j or Walker,
M. I)., is really not without a tonch of
Don Quixote in her nature It is now
reported that, upon a railwiy in the
southwest, she boldly seitcd hersslf in
the smoking car. Therein was-one
Charles. Meier, of Torrebonne, La, en
joying his cigar. To him, with all her
dignity of manner, said the" Major : :
4Sir, I wish yon to throw away that
curar. "l wisn to learn you better man
ncrs than to smoke in the presence of a
The Terrebonne gentleman cotittnu-
ing, tne Major proceeded to military
measures. Invaded him (so tb; speak)
and snatching the ciinr from his mouth
th'rcw it from the car.. Just then a
Texan lighted his pipe.',.; Mrs. Mj r
emboldened by the success of her" first
manuevcr, moved upon the lexao but
the Texan, taking warning from the
of the Terrebonne ccntlemanV
placed .himself, in position, with his
pipe well covered, and cried out that.
as this was a smoking-car, he should
throw himself upon his vested rights,.
and puff at p easure. This bold front
was not without its effect. Mrs. Major
retreated in good order, and in some
confusion left the smoking-car alto
gether. If we hear of her making a
raid upon any of the tobacco shop in
any part of this extensive Republic,
the interesting fact shall be duly re
Thk Pea Beetlk.- The communi
cation of Mr. A. O. Daniel, in a late
number of th Farmer. n which he
states, from his own experience, that
the pea beetle does not infest peas
planted alter the 10th of June, is an
important fact, which farmers would do
well to remember. W e have heard it
stated it at the English Champion pea
is profitable lor field culture. It is a
very productive pea, and the dried
peas are excellent for the table, as well
us-good for stock. Last winter these
pias were sold in shops in Portland at
ten cents per pound about six dollars
per bushel. : - Peas planted , in June
should be put deep into the ground
say six inches. Willamette Farmer
To Cure Wauts om Horses an
Mules. Dissolve half lb of aliim ' io
a quart of water; with a brush;or c!ith
wet the warts twice each day for ten
days they will disappear. We ; saw
this recipe in somo of the ngrieultura
works as a euro for warts on cowd' teats
We tried Jt on a oanhpret;wht ft
nose was 'entirely 'cover2d with fcthero
They were .very troublesome and ten
der, often bleeding.: Fenr replication!
entirely cared or rather drove them off.
Not for Joseph might have been the
remark of Joseph Dixon, who was the
favored suitor for the hand of a young
lady in BasU county, Indiana. lie had
in Pidwin Col burn al rival who Iritd
the eflect of strategy. As Joseph was
returning to his ihomefrO&tl. visit' to
the lady, last Sunday night, a ghost ap
pcared to him and solemnly warned
him not to. visit the lady again. Th
youth . was ' badly fncliteiied but had
nerve enough id draw a pistol - and ' Are
ii wiiu Bucn eiitjos as vc unng. ruwm,
the ghost, down with a fractured, knee.
: If any cf hiDeraoc'ratio friends want
tu know where &e3is, we can tell them
that, Jeff. Davis is, livioz'at Memphu
and insuring pconjo's lives at a pay of
n,uuu a year.
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Chicago, June 4. Cox's amend
ment, reducing tho income' tax to 3
per cent, was adopted by 114 to 77.
Hale's amendment, makins an ex
emption o 2,000, was adopted by 138
J udd'6 ; ameudment; to confine the
ax to invested capital, and Potter's
amendment that income tax cease after
1870, were rejected, . '!
rcnkleburg's amendment adopted,
'uniting allowance for house fent'to
S500. Several minor amendments
McCarthy s amendment, to strike
out all of the section in relation to in
come, was rejected.
rEW'-i or k, June 3. -The TJerali
mblishes the forthcoming report j of
he House Foreign, Affairs Committee
on Cuba. The report is very lonjr, and
puuiiuus uiu iu circuMiion in bcuaii ot
Cuba, signed by 55,000 people of the
United' States. ' u "-; '; ; u
The same dispatch states that Spain
seeks to reinforce her naval and war
supplies from the United States, whi-e
the Cubans" appeal to our people fur
sympathy, therefore the Cuban oucs-
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uuu uucuiues u u -American question.. --
Wasiiinoton, June 3. -The re
ceipW of internal revenue to day were
bcheock s new tariff bill, which he
proposes ts offer a-jjn amendment to
he general bill, taxes teas 24c; cuff e
4c, chocolate 7e, raw sugar 2c, clari
fied zl and refined 4c, .molasses 5c,
wines in casks 50c per callon, bottles
$2 per dozen quarts, and 1 per dozen
pints, champagne and other sparkling
wines $G per dozen, quarts, and $3 per
doaen pints, brandy and other spirit
not otherwise provided for 82. bitters.
etc. $2 per gallon, unbleached cottons
5c per f quardyard; bTeachH 5c with
10 per cenUtdvalorero, eolored 5c with
20 per cent ad valorem, hempunman
afrciired $40 per ton, flax not haek
led 820 hackled S40 vet ton. Iron
-rpigt$7, scrap SG. Steel- railway
bars 11 jc lb. ; Ntckle: 40c lb,
au'jj ut iHc-ciM wuh copjHjr anu nicn-
eid adobe 30c lb. Live animals 30
per cent advalorem. Iurs cut from
skin 10 per cent advalorera dressed
:u per cent aa valorem,; Jinseed (r
flax seed 20 cts per bushel of 56 lb?,
Everybody should live on the sunny
side or their houses as much as possi
ule, and allow the sun a genial rys to
penetrate the ; roomg. , Darkened , par
lors are fashionable evils. True.it i
gloomy enough to be ushered into the
tomb like apartment, whero one can
scarcely grope his way to a scat, and to
discover, when he is accustomed to the
dim light," that ..every, .chair and sofa
ha on its lined "duster" apparently
equipped for traveling fo some unknown
lana. tjiut ladies must have their car
pets kept bright and fresh, even if thtir
checks are paler for it And so the
shutters " arc tightly closed and the
curtains drawn; llut for the sake of
health andt teauty, l.idies, let this be
dooe Only m the best parlor, if it must
be done at all. , Let the - rooms w here
family, live be cheerful and, sunny.
No lady Would expect her house plants
to send forth full, brilliant blossoms,
unless' he placed them at the window
where the sunshinewpuld invigorate
them. No more should she expect her
children to show fresh, rosy complex (
ions or der eloped - genial dispositions,
unless they Hive in light, sunny, airy
rooms.., . .-.t-irH otr r-.f.-",
; not tli farmer, of all roon. des
pi$d education- professiooal ngricultu
ral c3 u ca t lori " parti cU la r Tj 1 u t ge C al 1
the knowledge litf ikti from boots ah
well; as from cxperienco,!tjd see to it
that his sons sliall- have. o far as roa.
sihlo, the advantages Vhichrhe himself
iuajf uave i ickcu, iDv quauiiDg incm
eelvcs for thev triosi ' hooorablo of aS
callingsthc; cultivation 6f thcoil;': 1
Xhc,Jticandst man in Iowa when last
beard , froir was i ri n Dccatu r county
wtiere lie stole the hittgcs froTi, the gate
t f the cetneterv of 1 fh tjjwri f Garden
CFrtc-dtiaHog'ltio Vin$ei 'off of i he;
gateway ltd thegrare U sdrhcwhntf - 06K
drr and, aj little r;meanera than . stealing
coppers off j a. ead? nigger's ejes; but
after 'all we ca,n couRole, ourselves .with
th5 certain fdet that the grave wINliave
a vietciry oirpr thk individual which the
accascd person; of calor wiU'ocvcr have
over the rascal that robbed hiio. . '
'.i-i';.! .v.- j,,-; ,-," - ' if '
j Twcntyoue Dcmocrafs in the Ohio
Legislatuf voted against the rsolution
oR rc8pecf ;to,:tl6rtaeno?y"of General
George II. Thomas.) Jly'.tlil sign of
hate for a Uuioo toldicr shall you know
PROFESSIONAL CARDS, f C.
AWy Co ii n sc I lor-a (-Law
Mc5Ifjiuville, Yamhill Co., Oregon.
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Particular attention given to th stndr sod
practice of Criminal Law, Collection of Claim,
ifiUa, Accounts, tc. - t; ; -:
jr. sites, n. i).,
PIiyHician -and Surgeon,
V .' T Dallas, Ogn; - -..
... ... (
Ilavitiff resumed practice, will krire special
attention to Obstetrics, and the treatment of
tho diseases of Wumeo and Cblldrtn.
aErOffice at Ms residence. -
VirVlCYARD & BUTLEI?,
Ht'y & Coun8clIoiat-Iaiv
Will cire spcetal sltcntlon la the fcollection of
Claims, and all business entrusted to his care.
KEFEHENCES Hon. Jobo Burnett, Hons.
It. S. Strauao A Simpson, lion. A.! J. Thayer.
Pliysiciau and Si
OFFICE At Nichol Dru Store. V38
J AS. II TUaXEB, : K
AWy Sc Connsellor-at-l-aw
' DALLAS, OCX. J i
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Frril attention : tinsn to the Collection of
claituK. also tbe buying, selling aiwl leasing of
Keal Kstate, and Convey jtucing.
Justice 6f the Peace for Dallas Precinct
OFFICE-In Folk CocsTT Tijes building,
Main street, opposite Court House!
; w. i). Ji;i'rnics, si. in,
riiysician ana surgeon.
Special attention clren to 0
Lttctrics . and
Diseami of Women.
J. 12. DAVIDSON, 91. D.t
Physician and .surgeon,
Independence, 0rru . T, 1
, T. V; B; Embj-ee. "
AMITY. YAM U ILL CO- cjltEaOX.
JBtf OfSee at residene. . , ; I4yt
Attorney, and Counsellor-at-Law,
Will practice in all tbe Court of Record and
Inferior Courts of this State. .-....
-In Watkinds A
s lirlck, up
Elaytlcn A: iTIycr,
i Dallas, Oregon.
OFFICE IN THE COURT HO-SE. " 1
SULLIVAN & WHJTS0N,
Attorneys & Counsellors-at-Law,
'. ,! Dallas, Oregnnj, ..
mi practice in all tie CoHrta of the State.
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law.
; i . latlas, Orcgw . , .?
Special altontlon given to Co lections and to
matters pertaining to Real Estate. ..... t A 1
Dallaa. Polk Count.V, Ogiu 1
tj. J, W A It UiJAXy' if ! B.
Plays i c i a 11 a lift a Siir giori
T -rtt tU: Matlr rnil tr ii-l
,V ; ,i " Soft
Has ipentTy retBroed from th Atlantic States
Andoftejs bis professional scrriecs to the citi
gehs of the County. j ,
Particular attention glren to Female Dis
eases. . . ,-: , .,.., ,,..,. j ,. 1r-2'ttv
Corner.! Commercial and State Streets,
' Onposlte I.add & llush s Hank, A ,
1 rv ''ftMLtm'-oitficoit;
Will , prstetiea lit tke Supreme
Crcil Courts of the Second
.Court and the
and Third Ju-
dicial Districts. U
o. n. ccsfasr. , ,)
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LAFAYETTE .',.-1. j
.v';,v , . - : -: 3 tf .
i , c. v.rjr.uvx.,,
r ? . . smv . .mm
Heal Ettate Attorney,
.Y ' .'Notary ftVt.
Heal Estate Brokers - and
Korthwest Cor. of First end Waitlilagfrea
; - streets, . . , ,
PORTLAND - - - - Olt EG OIL.
Special -attention given to tbe sale of Ileal
Estate. Collections made, fa Oregon and th
Territories. . . , , . - . . j
Property, town lets knpTd-ved farms, stflclc
ranches, landt, Ac, situated in the best portions .
of Oregon and W. T fur sale on TeasonsfbM
lertns. , j,j ' ' - S-tf
F. S. IATTESO.
Physician, Surgeon & Ac cone her,
huena. Vista, Polk Co., Opi., ...
Will attend promptlr to professional calls .
A A. M "Dallas, holds its fteuWr e in-
munications on the Saturday preceding
th Full Moon in each inontb. unlt th mi on
falls on Saturday then on that day, at cna
o'cloelu' -...-v.': i.r-i .' ;'"?
Alo. on the second I nday m 'cacu tnonta
at 7 oVfjcIt, P. M , for the purpoee of improTe-
mnt of tha Craft la Masonry, and Jor sue
other work as the Master inaj f.om lima t
time order. - - - ' ' . .
All Brethren in good standing arc invjted.to
attend. By order of the w.M.
MORE THAN 200,000 l'EllSOSB
th Wonderful Cn.rtir
Effects of ' t.
Dr. Joseph Walker's
ManufactaroJ frora tbe native Q.'rbs and Roots
-s; k-j.-,:i i;CliferU.- : . "
pr- Tbe Great Xllood Pariflcr -225 ,?
FOR IKFLAMMATORV ANl CTllM)
IC F IlBl'M ATISM AS D J f l U T. D Yft F E N
SIA or INDIUKSTION. BILIOUS. KKMIT,
TENT and - INTERMITTENT FEVERS,
DISEASES OF THE B'LOODMVKR.
KIDNEYS and BLADDER, thew iilTTERS.
have been most soeccfsful. S&CI1 DlfEAK
ES are caused by VITIATED DLOOD, vh'wb:
is generallr protlaced by derangt rornt of tha
Cleapre tho Vitiated Blood hmrtr 70'
find its Impurities 'bursting tnroujrb therkin in
Pimpks, Eruptions, or iores; c?vaii it whe?
you find it . obstructed and slupgili in tka
reins; cleanse it wben it is fiul. ai.d V,n" fecl
ingrvUl tell jou nben. Kerr tbt -tUd liaaJ
tbyand all will fee -well. . '
ir- ACF.5TS, - ' ' 'V' '
S t ; ' Importing Wholesale ? .ivt.iv.,
D R lT G G I S T S, t
Corner Pine and Sansoma Streets,an Frsn-i
cisco, Cal a t4 SacrsmenKi. Vu ard .
t-.u - 34 Flattrect,X: V; v
Carri.ijrc nntl Ornntnc lal
S IG X V A IIVT E H,
Caamertia ftrset, r. , K
i1-'" ' ' Deposits S.irleys Bl.-ek.'.
; 21-tf .kifi vi SALLrtv
main street, ixncpKsncNcru
VjtlNE WINKS, LIQUORS AKD'f ECAXt8
A? served to customeYs on short nHine. .it
Tbii'sitabliibweci'does not "liTpLo tangle
foot cr anytbinj of tlat cbarscler.
yf Cti al.lhe Cemi'riS'!,''", "ivr
8AS11 AUD DOOR fACTOn?
Corner Mill unrf Matu fttrect ttolUu
. Hiss -s& arnplaeSl
TT AVE CONSTANTLY ON NOD',
d !! 1
AA a largo Tartety. cf Doors and
e. r. nvssEti., , ,
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Sasbes uf all ta-e,ei sues, and of----,',-V
the best workmsnsbjp, at their Sash nn-i Dtor
Factory,-wblcb tbey offer for snle;as' cheap as
ssb artielss can be purchased elsewhere;"
' They ar also prepared to fill H sp4al r' K
4ets for work i tbir , liae promptl",
and! aecnrately.'P ..'; ' ' 1
( Glye us a triat; a4 yoa will 4 ilLv. ! ' '
2 , , ,.. RlfJGS A CA3HBITLLi7 r 1
I WILL SELL OR TRADE FOr7?OR!C3, .
cattle or hcepf my CAM Kit A and PHn.'
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