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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 16 April 1895

HOME AFFAIRS. THE RECORD OF LATHENS UP TO DATE, APRIL 16. A Master of Pathos and Fun?Low Excursion Rates?At the Churches. A Master of Pathos, A Master of Fan, A Master of Music. The many cultivated Charleston peo ple who heard Col. James T. Bacon, of Edgofleld. last night In the handsomo Unitarian Parish Hall, will have at least one delightful memory for a life time; and those who did not hear him, have perhaps A treat before them for the future. Col. Bacon's now famous lecture, "Ah Old Man's Kranky Ka leidoscope," i8a Btring of pearls?pearls of thought, of pathos, of humor, of sen timent, of religion, of fun. Col. Bacon, to begin with, is a man of exquisite personal grace and geniality. His man ners are tho perfection of high breed ing. As a pianist, he Is very accom plished. His playing, although of the most advanced modorn style, is, like everything he says and does, exceed ingly original. As a lecturer, Col. Ba con is undoubtedly the coming man, If indeed he is not already come....

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 16 April 1895

he Cmtrcno ^uucrtiscv. PUBLISH HD KV Kit Y TUESDAY. HUUCKII'TION ?l.no l'KIl YKAIt. A SERMON TO DRUMMERS CAUTION BD, COUNBKLLKD AND COMBI ENDKD. An Excellent Discounte to tho Trav elers' Protective Association of Hluhnioud, Vu. The following sermon was preaelied recentlv/by Dr. Win. K. Landruin, pastor /of the Socond Baptist Church, to tho members of tho Travelers' IVo-^tf stive Association in Richmond, - WaT^rTis an aduiirable sermon, sug gestive and thoughtful, and abounding In sound advice and valuable instruc tion for the drummers us well as others. "Behold now there is in this city a man of Cod *? * * * * peradvonturo he oan show us our way that wo should go." (I. Samuel, ix., (i.) Saul was in porploxlty about a busi ness matter ; he was in doubt whithor to direct his steps, when a comrade suggested thut they consult a preacher. He did just that thing. Saul's spirit is illustrated in the disposition of the Travelei's Pcotoetlvo Association. You como into God's house voluntarily...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 23 April 1895

THE REGISTRATION LAW. Enjoined by the Federal Court. .1 ml u:?? < lull Ol (l<l s I In- (,)|||M ions I II volvetl to be Heard N?<xt Mouth In Columbia. Judge GotT, of the United States Cir cuit Court, has .vriuitiMi a restraining order on W. Briggs Croon, Super visor of Registration -of Riehland County, whioh will have a far-reaching effect upon tbo constitutional convention and upon our election laws in the future as well as the past If tho order should be in ado permanent. Obear & Douglass, formerly of this Stato, but now of Washington, have had in oourso of preparation a case testing tho validity of tiio State regis tration laws, aud last week they ap peared before Judge GotT, at Clarks burg, West Virginia, and secured tho rostrainlng order. Tho following is Judge (lull's order, it being a verified copy of tb- proceed ings : United States of America, South Caro lina District?lu the Circuit Court, Fourth Circuit?in Hqulty. Lawrence P, Mills vs. W. liriggsGroon ?Hill for...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 23 April 1895

3 Qetuertiser 8ab?orlpt?oa Priiv-ia Months, ?1.60. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Jf. IT. ?U?2>? EDITOR. Pate? for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, ono lnsor tl '1,51.00; tsehsubsequent Insertion, i?o oonfs. l.lborpl reduction mudo for large Ad vertisements. W. W. HAU,, Proprietor. LAURENS. S. C, April 23, 1805. J The Dispensary Law Enjolnetf* Judge Gort, at Clarksburg, W. V., on motion of Caldwoll & Pope, of Now berry signed an order restraining the Dispensary authorities of this Btato friom^.pij^cibg tho law as it affects in terstate eommorco until the 2d, May. At that timo tho hearing of tho motion to mako tbo injunction pormanont will be had at Columbia. In tho mean while all porsons so desiring aro at 11b orty to ordor Into tho Stato any liquors they desire to import. Railroads, ox press companies and other common car ters aro at liborty to bring them in. Of course, should the injunction bo dis solved indictments would follow; but, as In tho caso of a lynching it ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 23 April 1895

llOMi: AFFAIRS. Tin: iti:< oHi) of i.u i;i:ns up to date, apk1l28. Laurens at Atlanta Mit?? Clay at the Opera Heute?Lauren* En terprise. Lauren* at Atlanta. The Lauren? Committee should he gin to show signs of life. Gov. Evans says tho Stato will bo fully represented as to all nor resources. The minerals in the county should especially bo dis played. Our granlto, marble, corun dum, gold and Iron ores would attraet attention. Lot tho specimens bo pre pared in time. Our committee is a first rate one, and Laurens expects them to bo on tho alert. Hymen Again. On Tuesday evoning at tho residence of Mr. J. A. Copcland, Miss Corn Lowo, of Baltimore, and Mr. W. A. Whar ton, of this City, were married, only a few friends being present and Row J. D. Pitts officiating. Tho bride > has spent several seasons in Laurens win ning many warm friends who wish hor all happiness. To Mr. Wharton the well known, highly thojght of doputy Clerk of the Court, the Advektiskk oxtonds its heartiest congr...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 23 April 1895

Cditrciio. 3lfo>evtteciv! Tuesday. ,, - ftUMUKIITlON m.tVJ I'KIt YKAH. Ho Wouldn't Shut Iho Door " Ho speuka live different languages, lie lias diploma* galore; But a? yot he lias out learned To ?luit the olllce door." THE SOUTHERN COTTON MILLS. A TALK WITH AN KXPKUT An Kxperlonocd Mill Man UIvcm tho HeusoiiH lur Ills Confidence In the Momli out a Manufacturing District. Hon. G. G. Jordan, of Columbus, Ga., Ih an experienced cotton manu facturer, and gave twenty years of his life to the business. In an Interview . with aWfeportor for the Atlanta Journal, *Mr. Jordan expresses his views as to the relative superiority of tho North and South for manufacturing purposes, and tho incidental questions in connection therewith : "What do you really f?el most in terest in concerning It? Will cotton manufacturing inereaso rapidly in the South, and if you think ho, glvo us some good reasons for it as a practical manufacturer yourself. " I have always thought that, and when, Gthello-like, aft...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 30 April 1895

VOL. X. LAURENS. S. C., TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 1895. A KOST TYP?. O, fur the glimpse of a >? ? ura] boy. A boy with freckled luce, With forehead while, 'ncnth the tangled hair, And his limbs devoid of -?nu r Whose feet toe in, while his elbows thire, Whose knees are patched always, Who turns as red as a lobster when You vise in in a word of praise. A boy win) wuh born with an appetite, Wlat.Becks the pantry shelf To es tin" piece ' with rcsoiiudiiiK smack, Wnrisn'tgoue on himself. A Itomnsou Crusoe reading boy, Whose pockets bul^e with trash ; Who knows the use of rod and run. and where the brook trout splush. It's true he'll sit in the easiest chair, With baton his tousled head , That his hands and feet are everywhere? For youth must have room to spread. Hut he doesn't dub his father" old man," Nor deny his mother's call, Nor ridicule what his elders nay, Or think that he knows it all. A rough and wholesome, natural boy, Of a good old-fashioned clay; God bless him, if he's still on ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 30 April 1895

<?>?e ?etuertiser tabsorlptlon Price -13 Montln, $1.(50. PA YABIjE IN A?VANCK. W. W. BALL. EDITOB. Rates for Advertising. -Ordinary Ad verUsomenU, per square, one inser tlon, 11.00; each subsequent Insertion. 50 oeuts. Liberal reduotlon made, for large'Ad yertUements. W.W. BALL, ? Proprietor. LAURENS.S. C, April 30. 1805. Nervous People* We have observed among our oxr changes ? criticisms upon Judge Golf who has^^DatfOntly signed' several In Tdn orders, and also certain Attor neys at law who wont bofore tbo Judgo upon eertaln showings and asked rellof for their clients. Certain editors and others set up a howl at tho Institution of those proceedings; thoy are adverse to all action or proceeding and are en amoured of tho status quo in all olvil und political affairs. Complaints are J| .made against Messrs. Pope and Cald well and Douglas ?fc Obcar, that thoy have rushed into tho courts and dis turbed the stagnant political waters In South Carolina. Thoso nervous peoplo are great...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 30 April 1895

HOME AfFAIRS. THE RECORD OF LAURENM UP TO DATE, APRIL 80. A Venerable Document?Aii^ Impor - . taut Social i i ne t ion A De lightful Time Coming. A Venerable Document. Our thoughtful and archaeological friend. John O. Cook, formerly Sonool Commissioner of this county sends us an old Almanac of 1820, containing much of interest. The fly leaves aro gone, but it was probably printed in Charleston and is a lino specimen of the art preservative. Tho civil orHcors of the General Government aro given and of this State. John Q. Adams was President at a salary of $20,000, Cal houn, Vice Prosident, salary, $5,000; Clay bad tho buroau for foreign af fairs. South Carolina had nine Repre sentatives in Congress; Georgia sevon. Among tho Carolina, roprosontatlves wore Goorge McDufYo, Jool R. Poln Hott and James Hamilton, junior.? Starling Tucker, of Laurons ropro sonted the. district of which Laurons was part; Josoph Gist tho Union dis trict. Starling Tuokor was Major General of 5ch uisvlsion, mil...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 30 April 1895

m? * ' , ' ' 1111 " *' Cftiucno ^?ucrtfocv. PUBLISH Kl> KVKitV TUl'SDAY. ?UBORIPTION m tt? PKH V?AU. Noble Deeds and Thoughts. Whene'er n uoblo d( 1 is wrought, Whene'er is spoken loblo thought, Our hearts, in glad surprise, To higher levels rise. The t idal wave of deeper souls into our innm t being rolls, A in' lifts us unaware? Out of nli meaner cares. ?jA>nyfcllov>. Why Chinese Commit Suicide. To siipnose that the recent suicides ^^CJrftfcrfooJttvul tuid military lead ers were inspired by cowardice would be ah egregious mistake. The vic tims killed themselves because from their point of view it was impossible for them to do anything else as gen tlemen and men of honor. If they had done otherwise they would have been considered by their countrymen as disgraced. When (Junten fell, in 1857, (Jen Yeh, commander of the Chinese forces, incurred populur de testation by refusing to hike his own ' life. It is always the proper thing in China for a defeated g*. ral to com mit sui...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 11 June 1895

Confederates Capture Chicago. PKACC HATN HER VIC TORIES. Dedication of the Monument to South ern Heroes?Eloquent Address of W?do Hampton. The monument erected in Chicago to the memory ot Confederate dead wm dedicated with imposing ceremo nies on the 31st of May. Thoro was an immense concourse of people, and many prominent Confederates took part in the proceedings. Gen. John C. Underwood, who origi nated the idea of the monument, brief ly sketched the inception and progress of the monument which culminated in the great gathoring, and closed by introduoing as presiding ottlcer of the exeroises the Rev. Q. W. Bolton, pas tor of the Ceutennary Motbodist Church and poet-commander of U. 8. Oraut Post, N. 28, G A. K., whom he eulogized as the "embodiment of hon or, justice and morality, a broad rep resentative of the Union veteran, a humanitarian and a Christian gentle man." Dr. Bolton, on taking the ohalr, returned thanks for the honor confer red upon him, and in a speouh of some length d...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 11 June 1895

?rt?Morlptlon Prlce -13 BKoato*f 1,60. PAYABIiW IN ADVANCE. W. Wc HALL. EDITOR. Kate? for Adyortlslng.?Ordinary Ad vertisement*, per square, one Inser tion, $1.00; oaeb subsequent insertion, I 60 oents. Liberal reduction made for largo Ad rerlisements. W. W.BALIi, Proprietor. LAURENS, S. C, June 11, 1805. * Tint? to get Together. Tho Democrats of Edgetield County havo agrreed to mako an equal division of the delegation from that county in tho Constitutional Convention between tho Reform and Conservative factions of the party. Senator TUlman, as we believe, is largely responsible for this desirable result. Tho Democrats of Alkon County havo agreed to make an equal division of tho delegation from that county. Govorno*- Evans, as wo bollove, deserves credit for thiB result. There aro othor strong Reform coun ties in tho State that will probably fol low tho same patroltlo plan, but in or der to obtain a non-factional Conven tion It is necossary that there shall bo an equal divisiou "in ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 11 June 1895

imtV AW MVA. THEKKCOItU OF*l,AlltKNK UPTO DATE, Juno 11. * Mr. G. I). Smith Led at Glonn BprJug* yesterday morning. Thoboey will bo taken to Cross Anchor to-day for min met.t.-? Spurt unburg Her.".Id, Juno 5th. Mr. Smith was roared in Luuronsund has muny relatives in ti.< county woo will rygrot to leti.' ii ?>f Iiis death. Rev. J- VV. Piinn, L. D., Professor in tho South Carolina College p 'oacJ.ed in the Piusbydorian Churoh on Sumicy morning lust. The congregation was largo, tho discourseclouuont and much enjoyed. After the service a congrega tional meeting was held, moderated by Dr. t'iiiui, when tho church proceeded to ttan olectlonof a Pastor, resulting in the choice of Rev. J.C. Oohlor of Alk en. Dr. Fliun preached again iu tho evening to a largo and dollghted con gregation.' The friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Medlook, of Merna, sympathizo with thorn in this sore affliction in tho death of their young son, Bodie, a vory bright and promising boy who died on Friday, 31st ult...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 11 June 1895

(Ehe faurcii? C??uetti?cr. IM; MUSHEU EVERY TUESDAY. tfUBCItll'TION JU.64I l'KH Y F.Alt HOW till-; 6TUKY OF A ?OSE WAS T?LU. Woman? Bd tlon Newh Her und .New?. Can one who has lingered for a t)aie i in that far away romantic, old world ? town of San Antonia with its wonder ful unarm of air and eari.li and bky ; with Its dusky Alamo, the Thermo pylae of /the New World ; with Ite ir>'{ii^^ct -urabling missions, relies of r'^djflRl'k pant; can ono who hau scelrand felt these things ever forget them V No, they live lb memory and the magic potency of their oharm will draw the traveler back again over un counted miles* or even after many years have passed. it was here one perfeet day that a young woman seated in a comfortable chair on the verandu of tho prlnolpai hotel seemed to be n.joying to ite fullest extent all the witchery and beauty of oity and of plain. She was apparently busied witn her embroid ery, but often tho work would fall Into her lap and tho idle bauds He olasped over ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 18 June 1895

FBIENDS OF THE WHITE METAL. GItBAT GATHERING IN MKMI'UI* Two Thousand Delegate* Organlaed the Bl-metalllo Convention??011*7 tor Turple'a Hllver Speech, f Tbe bl-metalllo convention of ttv? Southern and Western States whlfh convened in Memphis on the 12th Ina^ was largely attended by ' representtV tives from almost every quarter, th? strongest delegations coming from\ Tennessee and Mississippi. 'Senator David Turpie, of Indiana, was made permanent chairman, and addressed the convention as follows : President and Qeutlemen of the Convention : The coined money of tho government in full meaning stands four square to all commercial transac tions of the people. It has four func tions or uses. It Is a medium or ex change ; it U a measure of values; it Is a ?means for reduction of its paper proxies, and it is a legal tender for the payment of all debt. There are many things besides coined money which have some of those powers and uses?it has all. Of these functions two are created by law?th...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 18 June 1895

Sabsoriptlon Price?12 Months, ?1.00. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL. EDITOR. ?ttes for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad rtlHommUK, par square, one lnsor tton, fl.OO; each subsequent insertion, 50 cents. Liberal redaction mado Tor large Ad vertisements. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. LAUREN8.8. C.Juno 18. 1895. Freesll veil tea. The convention at Memphis is dlsap l)oj^^Bjf, liko many things in tl>is JEQv It assembled with a mighty ^Voise and rattlo and flourisli of trum pets, but the country has not been taken by storm. The venerablo caso of the mountains in labor is vory like un to it. But the caso should not be dis appointing. Nobody is going to bo se riously disturbed about a matter or matters that can't dovelopo anything under three years. If we can survlvo till then, wo can wait till the closo of the century. Cleveland is in good kolter, the fish and ducks aro likely to hold out, and ho will hold tho status QUO until Maroh 1897. Thon Congross meets In Docombor after and thero wo aro close o...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 18 June 1895

HOME AFFAIRS. THE RECORD OF LAURENS LT TO DATE, Juno IN. Tho women of South Carolina will undertake to decorate the board room of the womaa's 'building.?Atlanta Journal. An artesian woll for Clinton is etill being talked of in a quiet undcrtoned way .?Clinton Gazette. Mrs. Rosa Boll "nee Rosa Fouoho," of Laurens,. a former student of tho Greenville female college, is visiting friends In tho olty.?Greenvlllo News. Tho blackborry has come and wo trust to stay. No better fruit grows in our,South Land, and our good ladies in tho county would do well to save the cntiro crop. ThoThornwcll Orphanage commence ment, the next big thing on docket, will be about tho last of this month, the exaot dato of which will bo an nounced In timo.?Clinton Gazette. Addison R. Sullivan, has been ap pointed Dlsponsor in phiuo of Mr. L?ngsten, and tho institution is now open. Howas*ho former clerk of Mr. Langston. Thcro wore four or tlvo ap plicants for tho vacancy. Rov. D. McNeil Turner, D. D., who will bo r...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 18 June 1895

PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. ' BUlBORlPTION ?1.00 PER YEAR. OOTTOH IN THE TJHITED STATES. \ SOME FAOT0 NOT GKNERAL.L.V KNOWN. Tho Production and Manufacture of (he Great Staple?The Protfreea of the Nlnoteonth Century. ? Shipping and Commercial List Tho younger generation finds it im possible to conceive of any time when , men and women did not wear ootton , clothing.. Yet that period is not so very remote. It is doubtful whether I Thomas Jefferson and John 'Vdams , ever woro garments made of this ma-' terisl, and it is almost certain that Benjamin Franklin and George Wash ington never did. Woolen garments were worn all the year round, under garments being made of linen. There i were cotton clothes in the lost century | which were fashioned Into pretty i shapes for ladles, but they were costly, | and the poor could not wear thorn. The fair box woro supplied with tholr ward-robes ohlefly from linon and wojI, silk in one of its numerous forms bjing tho attire on important occa sions. In th...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 25 June 1895

Benefit of Good Reading-. HY UQBBHT roi.T.OK. ..Composed of many thoughts, possessing, each, Inuute and undorlvod vitulity ; Which having litly shaped und well ar ranged In brotherly accord thoy buiidod up A stately superstructure, that no wind, Nor wave, nor shock of fulling years could move; Majestic and indlssolubly (inn, As ranks of veteran warriors in the Bold; Each by himself alone, and singly scon? A sea of valor, dread, invincible! Papers like this or sacred or profane, Which virtue helped, were tilled not amiss, The medicine of the mind: who read them, read Wisdom and was refreshed ; and ou his path Of pilgrimage with healthier step ad vanced. SAVING THE liXPRliSS. HY JAMBS B?GKHAM. " Well, Kent, I guess wo can spuro you for a couple of weeks, if you would like to take a vacation," said the Genoral Manager of tbo C. I), and 1*. railroad. Kent Bullat'd was night telegraph operator for tho C. 1>. and P. road, in the big terminal fetation at Chicago. He was eighteen yours o...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 25 June 1895

Sabsorlpilon Prloo -12 Mouths, ?1.00. PAYARIjK in advance. W. W. BALL. EDITOB. Rates for Advertising.? Ordinary Ad vertlwemonts, per square, ono Inser tion, fl.00; each subsequent insertion, 50 cents. Liberal reduction made for larsce Ad vertisements. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. LAURENS, S. C, Juno 20. 189?. A Sober Review. Wearoglvon in this newspaper to taking ./philosophical vlow of things "as a rule; becauso wo regard It more healthful than day In and day out to dwell in the purlieus of clouds and darkness. The tenor ot what wo havo written we have endeavored to lighton and brighton us much as possible and in the past wo havo set down naught in malice and striven to koep in good humor with all tho world In this mood we have labored to onoourago all read ers of this paper. Wo now doslro very briefly to noto tho situation in this State. Six years ago Tillman, a man of tal outs, literary acquirements more thun usual, of speaking powers moro than considerable, a man of broad acres and f...

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