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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 29 July 1881

I* SIAMBB. 0 lady, leave thy silken thread Ana flowery tapestrie— There's living rosea on the bush, And blossoms on the tree. Stoop where thou wilt, thy careless hand Some random bud will meet Thou canst not tread but thou wilt find The daisy at thy feet. 'Tis like the birthday of the world, When earth was born in bloom The light is made of many dyes, The air is all perfume There's crimson buds, and white and bluo— The very rainbow snowers Have turned to blossoms where they fell, tod sown the earth with flowers. —Thomas Hood. JUST IN TIME. I was coming up on a steamboat from New Orleans to St. Louis. The night was oppressively warm, and I had gone out .on deck for a breath of fresh air. There were only J:wo other persons there, a man and a woman, who were walking back and forth, conversing together in low voices. As I passed them I heard her say: "Do you want to drive me crazy? I tell you I can't forget him and it's no use talk­ ing to me about my duty. I don't believe a word that w...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 29 July 1881

Hi ii$mirch gritowe. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. METHODIST CHURCH—Services every Sun day in the new church on 5th street, at a. m. and8p.m. Sunday school immediately aftor morning seryice. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at the parsonage at 8 p. m. J. M. BULL, Pastor. PBESBYTEBIAN CHURCH.—Snnday service at. 11 a. m.and 7:00 p. m., St. Paul time. All are in­ vited seats free. Sunday school immediately aftc morning service. Weeidy prayer and teachers' meeting Wednesday eveninig at 8:15 o'clock. W. C. STEVENS, Pastor. CATHOLIC CHURCH.—First mass, 7:30 a. m. high mass with sermon, 10:30 a. m. Sunday school 2 p. m. vespers,' exhortation and benediction, 7 30 p. m. Main street, west end. REV. WILLIAMS, Rector. CHUBCH OF THE BREAD OP LIFE (Episcopal)— Rev. J. G. Miller, Rector. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday School at 10 a. m. SECRET SOCIETIES. A. P. & A. M.—The regular communications of Bismarck Lodge No. 16, A. P. & A. M., are held in their hall on the lirst ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 5 August 1881

J&*' fe Y? *••.: '&•: #. as* s!'. fas feu? sSiC *fov Jtl '-i VOL. IX. Ito Hoted Chieftain of Caster Massa­ cre Fame Arrives at Bismarck. An Informal Beception at the Sheridan House and Dinner at the Merchants. Hie Arrival of the Sherman at Fort Yates and the Scenes Inci­ dent Thereto. Running Antelope the Only Chief Al­ lowed to Meet Sitting Bull Upon Arrival. What the Celebrated Chief Said in an Interview With a Pioneer Fress Beporter. The Old Warrior Gives a Brief Beview of His Life, But Evidently Tells a Few Lies. He Has Two Wives and Nine Children, and has Personally Taken Six­ teen Scalps. Besides Having Joined in Twenty-two Baids for the Purpose of Steal­ ing Horses. He Has not Surrendered But Simply Comes in to Ask Damages From the Government. The Peculiar Terms Upon Which he Desires to Secure a Large Reservation. Where he Was Bom and How He Se­ cured His Name—A Scalper at Fourteen. Other Interesting Facts About Most Notorious Indian Now Living. the The Chief's Arriva...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 5 August 1881

iv i#^B'r ^'ajffe- 9t)e Ifomarck Srilmne. BISMARCK, -R '.DAKOTA MB. LABOUGHEBE, ah eminent English writer, predicts a speedy collapse on the •tock exchanges, beginning in France and fryffthfliwgtn TanflTftTifl and the United States, and the downfall of all the rubbish which Is now quoted at about ten times its value. THE commercial reports show that dur­ ing the last week in July the volume of bus­ iness throughout the country, was 44 per sent, greater than during the correspond­ ing week of last year, and that the aggregate was far beyond all precedent for the season. THE value of domestic provisions, tallow and dairy products .exported from the United States during six months ending June 30 was $91,156,930, against $69,525, 829 during the corresponding period last year. The total value of the dairy products exported during May and June of this year was $3,835,984, against $4,942,004 worth exported during May and June of last year. THB 'Hamburg police authorities have discovered th...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 5 August 1881

pl** THE FATAL ERROR, "Clinton!" said Margaret Hubert, with a look of supreme contempt. "Don't speak of hirrt to me, Lizzy. His very name is an offense to my ears!" and the, lady's whole manner became disturbed. "He will be at the ball to-night, of course, and will renew his attentions," said the friend, in an eax^est.yet quiet voice. "Now, for all your expressions or dislike, I have thought that you were really far from being indifferent to Mr. Clinton, and affeotejd a repugnance at variance with yonr taue feel­ ings." "Lizzy, you will offend me if you make use of such language. I tell you he is hate­ ful to me," replied Miss Hgibert "Of course, you ought to know your own state of mind best," said Lizzy Edgar. "If it is really as you say, I must confess that my observation has not been accurate. As to there being anything in Mr. Clinton to inspire an emotion of contempt, or create so strong a dislike as you express, I have yet to see it. To me he'has ever appeared in the light of a...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 5 August 1881

$bt gwtnarth tribune. BY LOUNSBEKRY A JEWELL. THJE DAITY TRIBUNE, PubHehed every morning, except Monday, at Bismarck, Locals Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parts of the city at twenty-five cents per week, or $1 per month. SUBSCRIPTION RATB8. One month, postage paid ...$ 1.00 Three months, postage paid 3.00 Six li One year, 10.00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, Eight pages containing a summary of the news of the week, both foreign and local, published every Friday, sent, postage paid, to any address for $2 50. RATES OF ADVERTISING TRANSIENT: $1.€0 per inch first insertion 60 cents for second and 25 cents for each subsequent insertion. YEARLY CONTRACT BATES: For contract rates apply at office, or send for •'Advertising Card of Kates.'" WEEKLY KATES! 10 cents per line, per day, or 25 cents per line fer Bix successive days without change. Write-ups in Brevier type, 15 cents per line, measured ten lines to the inch. HOW TO .DO IT. Again and again, the TRIBUXE lias urged, upon the people of N...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 5 August 1881

[Concluded fromjiirst page.] "MY SON!" Sitting Bull made no movement of turn­ ing or recognition until Antelope passed to the left of the line and stepping in front of the chiefs, shook hands with and said 'how" to each. As he reached Sitting Bull next to the last in the line hie found the great chief crying and wiping away the tears with a costly silk handkerchief that had been presented to him. No other Indian was allowed on the boat, and after this hasty salutation the chiefs broke ranks and passed down onto the main deck. Sitting Bull, his father, Four Horns, and Running Ante­ lope were then invited into the cabin,and the officers, ladies and citizens were in­ vited aboard the boat and introduced to the famous warrior. Such exclamations as: "Why, he does not look at all as I expected, he don't look as savage as I thought he would," and "can that be the instigator: of the Custer massacre," etc., etc., was heard on every side. THE GREAT CHIEFTAIN was very gracious to the ladies,as...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 5 August 1881

ONLY. Jewds in the air, Presents meet for Kings who wear Diadems Only dew-drops on the leaves, Which the wand'ring fancy weaves I'j. ••*. Into gems. Fairy palace, tree-infolded, Xn the lines of beauty moulded, Bright and fair own 4 Only evening which is falling, Ana the feathered songsters calling In the trees. Till Phoebus in his beauty brings The geld- tipped Morning en his wings A-gleaming And the many-hued creation ,v Sets the Soul's imagination A-dreaming. .. Only sun-glints which are streaming Through the painted windows, seeming Rich and rare. Sounds of wings celestial* wheeling Through the heavens, and voices pealing On the breeze Chamber's Journal. MOLLY! A Sketch in Three Tone#. From the Argosy. When first I entered the room it seemed to me that I was confronted by a thick veil ef darkness but when my pupils, contract­ ed by the fierce glare of the July sun. out side, had become accustomed to the sud­ den change, I preceived that a subdued light, proceeding from three care...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 5 August 1881

RECOMPENSE. A Domestic I^esson for the Daughters. "A letter from George," exclaimed sister Kate, coming in from the postofficeV ajbd| holding up for our inspection a large,y^elRM envelope. "And addressed to, mother isn't, funny?" 1 "To me*" exdlaimed'Tliother, in tuM,lay-^ ing down the blue sock she was mending, and smoothing her apion as though she were going to take the baby, "Dear me!" "Why, how queer!" saidplattie, drop|0il|| her book and looking at Kate wonderin^yi "George hasn't written to :inf us a# age, and never to ma. What secret's brew­ ing now, I wonder?" "Maytye he an^Milly.are^ coming home on a visit," I said. "Not so early in the spring as this," re­ turned Hatfie, sagely "Milly and house cleaning can't be separated.'w At this moment, mother, who had suc­ ceeded in tearing off the envelope with eager,trembliDg fingers, and had commenc­ ed reading the letter, suddenly twisted her chair around so as to turn her face from us, cleared her throat, and wiped her eyes on a c...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 5 August 1881

9i)e gtstnawli ®ribune. WEATHEB Bl'LLKTIlf. The following, reported spootally for the TbbiNi ihcwi the coiiitiM ef the weather at the various points mentioned, at t:261a«t even­ ing: Tem­ pera ture. 70 66 59 85 81 77 direc­ tion of Wind. Station. Bismarck Ft Stevenson Ft. Buford... Ft. Keogh... Ft. Caster... Ft. Benton.. Deadwood... Helena, T. Veloc­ ity of Wind. Stat* of the Weather E N E NW N NV 6 Stevenson, feil 5 inches. Threatng Hail. Clear. Clear. Clear. Cloudy, 32 12 29 48 7 C. Camas. Sergeant Signal Corps, V. S. A. LOCAL LEAVIXG8. Peterson, Veeder & Co.'a new prescrip tion drug store, open day and night. Another meeting of the Gun club this evening. J. P. Dunn & Co'a. drug store is open the year round. The Sherman and C. K. Peck both leave this morning. Wheat is being cut on the Steele farm that will yield over twenty bushels to the acre. Sportsmen say that prarie grouse are rather scarce this season, l^ut that there are millions of ducks. Twenty-five feather balls w...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 12 August 1881

MLECTMIC SPABK8. —Mathew Vassar, the founder of Vag sar College, died yesterday. —Gen. Cook, agent of the Spotted Tail Indians, fears an outbreak from the mur­ der of Spotted Tail. —It has been decided to restore rates on grain from Chicago to New Tork to 80 cents per 100 pounds on August 22. —The eighth annual reunion of the sol­ diers is announced for Caldwell, O., Sep­ tember 9th. This is the original organi­ zation first instituted bj Gen. Sherman in 1874. —The city of New Haven is excited over the mysterious death of Miss Jennie Cra­ mer, a young lady of good family and ac­ knowledged to be the handsomest woman in the city. Her body was found face down upon the sand of the beach last Sat­ urday, and various theories were advanced to account for death. —Spotted Tail, the big Injun whom Crow Dog recently sent to the happy hunting grounds, didn't like bald-headed Men. Two years ago, at the council at Camp Robinson, he said to the gentle­ men who came to talk to them: '"Go back to ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 12 August 1881

are ®tje $femarfk8ritotne. BISMABCK, DAKOTA TH* arguments before tbelpapiniitt'-' oourt of Minnesota on the ^ond •'business said to have been ofa Ikxgher order than, any ever before delivered in this state. THH late-Justice Clifford, of the United States supreme court, while minister to Mexioo,wa* instrumental in negotiating the treaties by which California .and Nefl Mex ioo were secured to the umoa. H6BA.0S WHITE, FORMER^ editor of the Chicago Tribune, has been acting as -con­ fidential secretary of Henry Millard, and it is reported ^Horace is $506,&00 in pocket from Henry*« timely hints about invest­ ments. How glibly the blind, pool mag­ nates talk of the millions under their con­ trol. Ohio papers are demanding tine extermi­ nation of the Apache Indians, because some of that tribe horribly murdered Thomas K. Pugh, son of the late Senator? ugli of Cin­ cinnati. There sis nothing like an »event of this character to change entirely the current of sympathy that is usually runnin...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 12 August 1881

PEOBED THE PRESIDENT. j: '"V, .' «i. An Obstruction irf the Flow of P,us Ifcen v1: ders a Second Operation y- w.?• Kecessary. •vr'A-f! .. v.r iun}-tr »•.,' Vs,? .,«:•/ '"A^nfew 4 1 9 tliePrcs- ^Mc^t Being- lInder the Influ­ ence of Ether. I -r rh ft a- •-*. An Incision Reacftiri§: jthe Deeper Parts .ot'tlie Wound Which is Expected ,r to he of Much Benefit. .!* *i •*.'• 4 !j- ,T 1 .. '".••• 1 'i :1 The President Bears Up Remarkably Well and Quickly Rallies from the .i 'Effects of the Operation. VI^:- V*.: THE RELAPSE. ANOTHER OPERATION ON THE PRESIDENT. Special Telegram to the Pioneer Press. WASHINGTON, Aug. 8.—As foreshadowed last night, the president's condition was found to be the result of the formation of a pus pocket, and the necessity for another operation was decided upon early to-day. The patient went to sleep early last evening, despite his unfavor­ able physical condition, and about 11 o'clock the intense fever began to fall, and, with slight fluctuations, continued nearly...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 12 August 1881

8H fftnmtrtfe fributtt BY LOUNSBBRRY JCWKLL. THI DAILY TBIBUKE, Published every morning, except Monday, at Bismarck, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parts or the city at twenty-five cents per week, •r $1 per month. •CBSCBHTIOK SATIS. One month, postage paid Three months, postage paid Six One year, THE Miller's Association at Minneapo­ lis requires for the accomodation of the Minneapolis mills, daily, fifty loaded cars of wheat and forty empty cars for the shipment of flour and feed. And they want ten car loads of wheat daily to ac­ cumulate a store for seasons of dull ship­ ment. The storage capacity of the city is 275,009 bushels, but the bins were only filled three times last year and then only by decreasing the daily grind of the mills. IF the Villard interest ever gets time to look over the country lying north of Bismarck, up to the Missouri river, and northeast between Fort Totten and Bis­ marck, they will not allow the Milwaukee and St. Paul road to build the first line...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 12 August 1881

MANDAN. LmaI Ileaia, Capt. Ayres is engaged in threshing his large wheat crop on his farni south of town. The new dwelling of Mr. Jack Naglis, in the east end of town, was occupied yesterday. Capt. Harmon and Mr. Ansel Ordway are building a large and handsome resi­ dence jnst north of the large hotel. The wing of the new hotel has been raised and partly enclosed, which adds greatly to the gigantic appearance of the building. Quite a number of new faces were seen on the streets yesterday. They were par ties looking at Mandan with regard to in­ vestment. Mr. F. O. Hager returned from the East evening before last. He is so pleased with Manclan that he cannot remain away lony One of the painters working for Chas. Roby fell from a ladder yesterday and broke one of his ribs. It was quite a serious injury. Mr. Joe Culbertson, of Montana, brother of Mr. W. C. Culbertson, of St. Paul, vis­ ited Mandan yesterday on his way from St Paul to Montana. Messrs. Reed & Carr expect to move their ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 12 August 1881

W~* r'- w- lA'i •"—. "THETRAGEDYOF THEMAESH" for the "Argonaut" from ''the French of O. Leman. -1 tell {he tale as 'twas toldtomeby Noel, heeper ofthepasturesjone day when I was: duck-huriting on the marshes of Saint Georges. We had beaten the prince's en­ closure, Dick in advance, nose to the wind Noel bringing np the rear, with my game bag—which, alas! was not heavy—on his shoulder. The noonday son fell perpen­ dicularly upon our heads the mosquitoes swarmed about us by thousands, first mak­ ing their presence known by sounding a charge in our ears. The Seine—a leg nbbon that unrolled itself in its passage around the hillside—glistened like a mirror before our eyes. On the opposite bank Quillebceuf, with its quay grown green through long and intimate oontact with the marsh, its slate roofs scattered pell-mell ground the old church, and its white light­ house, like an advance guard, stood up­ right at the foot of the pier. We were approaching the rushes with .gun half-cocked and ea...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 12 August 1881

BISSAECK BUSESESS W M. M, E. 'N. T. DIRECTORS. DRY GOODS.' .? -.-. ANEISENBERG. Dry Goods and Notipns* %j- '~-*4 •'?. Ncr. 45 Mam street. WATSON, Dry Goods attd Notions*., «:*«4 ..:-:••!«£ i-iNo.'«60 Slain street. GROCERIES. H. THURSTON & CO., Wholesale Grocer?, No. 78 Main street. W. RAYMOND & CO., Wholesale Grocers. No. 47 Main stree.. USTIN LOGAN, ri Groceries and.Bakery*4 9 *1 No 20 North Third street, Uji'4 .. V' YEGEN, ,, v.......... 1-. Groceries and Bakery, No. 9 Main street. P. SLATTERY, General Groceries, No. 24 North Third street. "OSEPH THEFAULT, Family Groceries, No. 17 North Fifth street CLOTHING. IGHANAUER, Clothing and Gents'Furnishings', No. 46 Main street. EPPINGER, Clothing and,Furnishines, No. 72 Main street. "OHN LUDEWIG, Clothing.ana Furnishings, No. 82 Main street. JEWE LERS. L. STRAUSS & BRO., H. H. DAY, c. DUNKLEBERG, Lumber Dealer, Cor, Front and Third streets. "OHN P. HOAGLAND, Wholesale Lumber, Cor. Sixth and Main streets. HARDWARE. BAILEY &am...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 12 August 1881

8&e iurauttdt Sritame. WBATHIft jnrLLMV. Its Allowing. NfttM ipHUUg to* T—^ iktvi the condition *r the wealker at Am ntim ptlili amtloMi, at Btfsid, fell 5 inches. Keogh, falling slowly. I:* last even- *9'- /VV-: Tem­ pera­ ture. Direc­ tion of Wind. Fefoc sa. Bfcsoarck.... 8 MW 6 Fl Stevenson 68 W 18 Ft, Buford... 68 14 9%. Keegh... 78 HW 10 Ft. Custer... T1 WW It Benton.. 05 Beadwoed... 50 Mesa. T. TO 5 ataUcf the Wether Clear. Clear. Clear. Clear. Clear* Clear. Clear. Clear. O. Cbamsb. g«geaat Signal Corpa, V. I. A. LOCAL, LEA TINGS. Peterson, Veeder & Co.'s new preacrip tion drug store, open day and night. See Glendive and die. The steamer Dacolah left Buford at eight p. m. yesterday and will arrive to day. Miss Amy Santley opened an engage­ ment at the Adelphia varieties last even­ ing. Mis8 May Smith will probably appear on the boards at the Ado' ohia, next Mon day evening. To-night is ladies' night at the Bismarck Opera House, and a fine entertainment will be given. T...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 19 August 1881

jPfi&^Av r- I I !^5 f. RV I,V. *s ftx*- ~^j ?r:' »S«/RTS5GC« TP--^ ~j *. MMv THE CRISIS PASSED. The President Asks for Nourishment and Partakes of Konmiss and Grnel which is Betained. Tfcft ^wnnnnnpmftnt of the Swelling Of one of the Glands of the Neck Causes Excitement. She Public and Physicians Pronounce it a Symptom of Fever and Blood Poisoning. Br. Agnew Leaves for Philadelphia, Which Fact Restores Confidence Sleeping Quietly. Everybody Hopeful, and the Question of Ultimate Recovery Believed to' be Settled. Review of the Pay. EXECUTIVE MANSION, 10:30 p. m.—This is generally conceded at the Executive Mansion to have been the most favorable day since the President's relapse. Dr. Agnew's departure for Philadelphia proved to be a signal for a decidedly bet­ ter feeling in all quarters, and convinced many of the doubtful Ones that the case was. progressing satisfactorily. Previous to leaving, while at the house, the Dr. as-' sured Mrs. Garfield that he did not con­ sider his pres...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 19 August 1881

V'if,wf rt £^3 «**,% l-V y-"* H-' *1 BISMABCK, 1 t. v: DAKOTA CABEFUIJ estimates plaoethe wheat crop of Minnesota for 1881 at 35,000,000 bushels against 39,000,000 of last year, but it is probable that advices* from the threshers will make a sti greater reduction. THE ^majority against prohibition in North Carolina is set down at from sixty to seventy thousand. The whites were divided, and the negroes voted solidly against it. All the preachers in the state entered vigorous­ ly into the canvass and traveled about mak­ ing speeches. REPOBTS frem England are to the effect that the wheat crop will be 24,000,000 bush­ els in excess of the short crop of last year. There is also a material gain in France. The Russian harvest is said to be the best known in years. Our own agricultural de­ partment reports a great shortage on wheat, but figures thus far are merely conjectural. VENNOB says we may expect agreat change in the weather about the time the new com­ et is in perihelion. This will o...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
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