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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 26 February 1875

Mint. n mux Toi. XH.---N0. s. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 26, IS75. Established 1S64. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, UY T. J . BHTLER. Tlie first number of the WEEKLY MINER wa lulled on March 9. lr?Ot. nni1 ,n t,,i iu twelfth year, it can, with troth, claim to be the oldest, largest and bekt news paper in the Territory. Subscription Rates: One Copy, One Year S7.00 " Six Months 4.00 " Three Months. 2.50 Single Copies 25 Advertising Rates. One inrh (12 lines of this typ-). in column. 53.00 for Crt Insertion ami 61 50 per inch "for each additional inwrtion. A liberal discount from nbore rie will b made to rr. .on. who adrrrtise largely by the year, half year or quarter. Professional and business cards inserted upon reasona ble terms. u.,.n n moner lot subscription, advertisinir orjobnork. may forward "it by xait, or otherwise, ut their own rtsK. Ltgal TtrvUr Xotet takrn at par in payment for tub icription, adttrtiting and job tcork. ty TERMS. In advance inra...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 26 February 1875

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PKESCOTT FEBRUARY 2Gf 1875. U. J. Butler. Editor. JyZST All accvinti fur udcertiting and tub tcription vrhich bicame due on or before the first day of February t and all bills for legal adccr titcments tcTiich ajtpeartd in the Miner prior to tftat date are payable to John J I. Marion. All accounts accruing tince that date are payable to T. J. Butler, the present proprietor. SCAIILET FEVER. , It is, of course, generally known in this community that scarlet fever of a malignant type has been developed at Fort "Whipple, only a mile from Prescott, and that the trus tees of the public school in town, on receiv ing notice from Dr. Lippincott, post surgeon, at once wisely ordered a discontinuance of the school, for a time, in order to prevent, if possible, the spreading of the disease. Two deaths from the fever have occurred at the Whipple Depot, within a week, in the family of Mr. Reynolds, the last occurring on Tuesday evening. We find, in an Eastern exchange, this ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 26 February 1875

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, FEBRUARY 26, 1875. Local Intelligence. Church Notice. Reverend Mr. "Wright will !n th Court-room every Sunday at ll a. M. nntH farther oU:e. Sunday school immediately after service, Fihe. Some of the property owners of the towu Lave been consulting as to tbs beat menus of protecting the place against Arc. To realize any considerable sum by subscription, to buy apparatus with, is not considered feasible, there fore whatever is done will have to be by the town antborlties, assisted by lccturcH, fairs, lotte ries, 6ewius circles, parties or some other enter tainments that the ladies know so well bow to get up. The next question is, what ought to be done provided we can raise the means. Hook and Ladder companies and bucket brigades have always proven failures, so far as any elllcltnt work was concerned at a fire, and an engine is an expensive luxury, but it is the only thing that will hold a Company together and create an In terest In the -work. A second-...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 26 February 1875

3. , t i - MONEY MUSK. In shirt of check and Ullowed LMr Tbe fiddler aiU In tbe bullrush chair, Like Moses' basket standing there On the brink of the Father Jiile. lie feels his fiddle's slender neck, 1'icka out tbe uotes with thumb and check, And times the tunc with nod and beck, And thinks it a weary while. -JUI ready! Sow he sites tbe call "Cries "Honors to the' ladies!" All The jolly tides oflauKhter fall And cud in a nappy smiie. 'BcRin!M D-o-w-n goes the how on every string, 'Firtt couple join rhrht hands and swing!" rAa light as any bluebird's win?, 'Swing once and a half times ro jnd." Whirls Mary Martlis all in blue Calico gown and stockings new, , .And tinted eyes that U-11 you true, Dance ail to the dancing sound. She flits about big Moses Brown, Who holds her bands to keep her down, .And thinks her haira golden crown, And his heart turns over once. His check with Mary's breath Is wet, It gives a second somerset, lie means to win the maiden yet, Alas ! for the awkward dan...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 5 March 1875

Jmiter IT Yoi. m so. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, 3L1KCII 5, 1S75. Established 1S64. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, II V Tim flnt number of the WF.EKLT MINER wan inuedon ff trut ,. claim to 1 the oldest, large.t and be.t paper in the Territory. Subscription Kates: One Copy, One Year S7.00 . 4.00 . 2.50 . 25 fsix ?ionum ......... ........... Three Mouthi Single Cpi Advertising RateB. ! tvnA. In column. $3.00 for first Wilt IliVMI " " I " . .... I insertion and Si 50 per inch fureacb. additional inwrtlon. A literal di.count from alnive rates will bo roaie 10 per- .on. who advertise lately by the year, ban y.ar or quarter. i.,(j nmn reiuona- l'rofeMional ana wisine We terms. T'erioni" endinir n money oi f wwnpimn. i. orJo"Zrk. may forward" it by .!!. or otherwise, at their own m. i.7al Jimfcr Xot't taUnat rar in payment for sub teriptin.1, aJctrtiling and job tcork. pyTRKHft-h airance tnrnriawj. Addreti all ordr and letters to "THE MINER." Prescott, Amona. BUSINESS CA...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 5 March 1875

WEEKLY AmONA MINER: PKESCOTT MABCH 5, 1ST5. i I 4. fc i 3 4 t i - f i i 7 JJutler, 32clitor. juHST account for advertising and tub tcriptiun trhich becave due on or beore the first day of February and all bills for legal adcer littmentt vhiclt apjtared in the Miner prior to thai date are payable to John II. Marion. All accounts accruing since tltnt date are payable to T. J. Butler the present proprietor. MhVlNG. C. Y. Shclton staitcd his arrastra on .Mon day, and, Expressman Uallon informs us, has struck a bonanza in the ernon mine equal if not richer than it was before he lost the le-sd. He showed Mr. B. some specimens perfectly spangled with gold. Ilico & Elliott Bros, on the Accidental, are taking out ore and will soon start two arras- trad to be propelled by the water wheel re- ccntly purchased from Uncle Billy Pointer, Poland, Miller and Lake have returned and arc preparing to put up a wheel to work oro irom some newly discovered ledges on tho . ,. I creek. Quite a number o...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 5 March 1875

WEEKLY AKIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, MAECH 3, iS7o. Local Intelligence. Churcli Notice. Reverend Mr. Wright will preach ' ,n Court-room every Sunday at 11 a. M. until farther nouce. buaday school immediately after service. Finn Mattchs Again . Some one Las written a communication to tbe Miner, on fire matters, that we should iikc to publish if the author had only entrusted us with his name, not for publica tion, but in order that we wight know who our correspondent is. The rule is so well established that any one, who writes as well as "Isaac," ought to know better than to send to a news paper, for publication, anything that he is un willing to let the editor know he wrote. We will Eay to the correspondent however, whoever he may be, that he is mistaken In supposing that wc Intended, in epeaklng of the "bucket brigades," to have any allusion to citizens In their indi vidual capacity and with their own buckets, forming lines and putting out fires; far from it; wc have seen too many tires ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 5 March 1875

1 .-J! "WEEKLY AUTZONA MINER: PKESGOTT MAECH 5, 1875. lie KM r YOU? The following joe:n appears to have been written by the wife ofn Dakota legislator and addressed to her lord at the Capital of that Territory during the Suseion of 1874. J Oh, husband, dear husband The tlavo are so lonjr. While you are law makiug uj there. And can yoi brine me a dress when you come For really and truly I've nothing to wear. Oh husband, dear husbaud, The laws that you make, .May he most Useful tmd wl.-c, liut why you Ijep fooling with contested Mats We women can't tell for our lives. Oh, husband, dear luibtiand, I may not he nnart, But I can't see a thin;; that any one's done And I fear you are only drawing your jkiv And drlukinjjy our whisky and having yourfu. Oh, husband, dear husband, For thirty-eight days I've tended the htoek and done my work too. And I've slept in uiyehambernlleold and alone, Oh husband, dear hualmud, have you 'i TOM MERRY, ON E. J). 11 A KVAl. Then. Ii. Merry, who has edited s...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 12 March 1875

ill rootta met Yol. XII. No. 10. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 12, 1875. Established 1S64. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUHLISIIED EVERY FKIDAY, BY... T. J". B TJ T Xj E t The first number of the WEEKLY Mtxr.lt was issued on March 9. 1HU, nn in tin. Ita tireinh year, it can with truth, claim to lw the oldest, largest and beit seir paper In the Territory. Subscription Rates: One Copy, One Year S7.00 .loiiiii.''. ........ ......... tnj " Three Months 2.50 S!njr!eCpies 25 Advertising Rates. One Inrli (12 lines of th! typ). In column. $3.00 for first insertion and SI 00 per inch for each ndilitionnl insertion. A liberal .ligennnt fnira nbove rates will be made to per son ttIio ndrertisc largely br the year, bnlf year or quarter. Professional and business cards inserted upon reasona ble terms. Persons sending us money foi subscription, advertising: or lob work, may forivnrd It by anil, or otherwise, r.t Xlielr own rule. fogal Ttndtr iColet taken at par in payment for tub- itripttcn, adc...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 12 March 1875

U .T. I3utlcr. Editor. accounts for adreri 'uing aind eub tcripliou irhich became due on or lefwe the first day of February, and all bUh for legal adcer tuemeiiti tchich appeared in tlie Miner prior to thai date art payable to John II. Marion. Ml accouut-t accruing since tltat date are payable to T. J. Butler, the pretent proprietor. QUICKSILVER. The attention of the Miser has recently been directed to the question of demand and supply of quicksilver on the Pacific Coast and elsewhere, and though our limits forbid the insertion of an exhaustive article on the subject, a few items condensed from the col umns of our exchanges will serve to stimu late the hardy prospectors of Arizona to look for cinnibar as well as for gold and silver ores. In this section of country, say Yava pai and Mohave counties, there is every reason to believe that the very richest kind of cinnabar veins or deposits exist, and will be discovered. The reasons for this opinion nre, that in the old ruins which have...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 12 March 1875

WEEKLY ' ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, MARCH 12, 1875. Local Intelligence. Church Notice. Revered Mr. Wright 111 h Co-rm every Sunday at 11 a. M. until tatter Boiice. fcucda school iwmdiatly after service. CocxTr MATTEKS.-Snpervlsor 1J. II. Weaver has resigned ou account of busiuws cn-setnenU, andthemnaiuhis members have cboseu A.O. Noycs lo fill tbc place. Mr. Xoycs was Supervi 8or at the time tbe Lilttc Colorado vole was tbrowuout,at which lira", and even siuce, the friends of Hon. C. C. Bean censured him for his action, and sonic of them, at least, and perhaps all, arc quite dissatisfied now. We have been so licited to take a hand in the controversy denun ciatory of the appointiueut, but as the supposed ivrou was cominitu-d prior to our arrival in the Territory, and the appointment shows nt least n diversity ol opinion In the matter, wc shall not pass judgment. The rallle, to-morrow nljxht, at the Nifty, promises to be the j;reat occasion of the season. The Taxidermist has outdone him...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 12 March 1875

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT MARCH 12, IS75. SCIEXCE IX THE FAMILY. Said Mr. Snilitf to .Airs. Smith, "The fricn lifts are makinjr Jt So jiktln that we are wrou in faith i That, as for faith, they're fchakiiij; It ; And, apropos. It ban occurred To idc that you inay smother toon The llj;ht regard jou have for nie, Ami wed, perhaps, another toon. " Because, my dear, yon'llTccoIlcct " That we've hcen wed clereu years, And scientists arc telling up " j That once In every seven-yeans ' The body changes hence It comes,. Drawn ont by learned tentacle, My lorm has chanced ; the man you wed And I arc not Idcnticni ! "We'll soparate; there'ri no resort, The matter's a prosaic one ; " We're trifling with the common law And so with the Mosaic one; The Seventh pasac hears on us, Oar sin must have a measuring; A competence I'll leave to you, - Then, free, I'll go n-plcasuring." Said Mrs. Smith to Mr. Smith, 'Your reason convincing is : The case is sad, my 60ie resource To meet it wthout wincin...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 19 March 1875

'HI 1 mom titet 3"s-. Yol. XIL So. 11. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 19, 1S75. Established 1SG4. I it THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, ....nr.... T. J. 33 TX T L E E. Tlie flrit nnrabcr of the WEEKLY MINER was Issued on March . Jtfrl. nn in tills. tu twelfth yrar. It can with truth. cUim to ho the oldest, larget aud bent news paper in the Territory. Subscription Rates: On Copy. One Year S7.00 " SixMontln 4.nn " Tliree Months Single Cri 2.50 25 Advertising Rates. Onoinrli ("10 linen of this type) in column. S3.00 for first insertion arm 1 ZA) per inca J(ir enu aimiurinai mwnion A ttttsnt Jimiint from nlwirn rate will lw made to per son who advertise largely by the year, half year or quarter. I'rofrMional and buslnes cards Inserted upon reasona ble terms. IVrsons endinir us money tm subscription, advertising or lob work, may forward" it by mail, or otherwie. nt heiT own risk. Ispal Temlrr Xnttt M m at jtr in payment for tub tcriptinn. ailrtrtising and jnh work. TF...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 19 March 1875

X ess rJL J. IButlor. Editor. EST accounts for advertising and sub tcription which became due on or before the Jirst day of February, and all bills for legal adver tisements which appeared in the Miner prior to thai date are payable to John If. Marion. All accounts accruing since that date are payable to T. J. Butler, the present proprietor. ARIZONA RAILROADS. There has been much talk in and out of Congress of late about railroads in Arizona, and yet so far as wo can see, wa are as fa r way from those much needed institutions as if there had been nothing said or printed on the subject. Everybody wants to see Ari zona connected by rail with the Pacific Ocean and the R. It. system of the iiast, and yet many Congressmen who know it can't be done without Government aid, acknowl edge themselves too cowardly to vote for it for fear a demagoguo press and political pre tenders claiming to be in the interest of the people will quote tho record on them as sub- sidists in some future political...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 19 March 1875

.WEEKLY AK1Z0JNA MJLiNEiC: rJtiaslAJTr, JM.AJIUL1 is, 10.0. Local Intelligence.) FABEWELL TO GEN. CEO OK Church Notice. n a . ni nrosu-fa In the Court-room eTcry Sunday at 11 a. it. until further notice. Sandaj school immediately after service. Village Cooxil met March 15tb, Mayor. C. A. Luke In tbc UDalr; councmaeu jireauai Ksible, Foster aud Tompkins. Minutes of previous meeting read and ap proved. Committee on bridging Granite Creek reported that, as citizens had requested the openlu of Goodwin Street across Granite Creek, and offered to build a bridge at their own expense, they deem the bridging of the Creek at Gurley St. unnecessary and asked to be discharged agreed to. On motion of Councilman Tompkins, a Com mittee was appointed to wait on Mr. V. A. Ste vens, with a view to opening Goodwin Street with authority to procure legal advice if neces sary. A communication was received from Dr. Geo. D. Kendall and others, requesting the building of a reservoir at some suitable place f...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 19 March 1875

WEEKLY ARIZONA' SILVER ; P'RESCOTT MARCH-19i'48T5. 11 SPECIAL NOTICES. mm,- MEDICAL. GOVERNMENT. At? T,l, ill PT if; I? jus cue EDi ile.left a load pf anthracite 'In irout of a poor widow's door . Wlivn the deep snow, frozen and unite, "" Wrapped streel.f qitare, mountain and moor. Iim was ins ueeui He did it well! . jr.-,-. "Wbfti wns hi creed !" I cannot tc)l ! tBIe6ed "In LlfliaUetand hlstore;" 2tC'l In fclttlturdown mid rising up; i When more he pot, lie ;;avc the more , Withholding nut the crust and cup, - lie took the lead . In each good task. "What was hia creed J" I did not ask! Ills rharlty xas like the enmr Soft, white, and sileut in lis fall ; Not like the noisy wind that blow From shivering trees the leaves a pall. Jt$tHt ' For flower and wcr d, Dropping below ! "What uae bis creed?" The poor may know. He bad great faith in loaTes of bread "F6r hunjerj' people, youn and old : . And hope inspired kind words, herald, " To those he sheltered from tlie cold. For we must feed...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 26 March 1875

BBB?BBPHS wMIWillPW "" BBMHMHHmK JMMHiWiiHIMVnRnMn , 2lriuma Established 1864. r murwivr a ijtvay a T?RTn a v vvPYivn lT.U?nr t. 1S?n. Vol. xn. iTo. 12. r """" " l ! I THE ARIZONA MINER. j'UULISHED EVEKY FRIDAY, . 1 V - m j. BTJTLEE. TLc flr.' n amber of the WEEKLY MINKS ' iue.loa llZ-cb "lVw. no in tUi. iu t!fth v-ir. it can. "uk truli.. claim to I the olde.t, lar.t J be.t ,sjr la the Territory. Subscription taces: One Copy. One Year Six Month... m Tl,tn Mnnthl. I Single CTle -S7.00 . 4.00 . 2.50 . 25 I . Advertising Rates. ' Oue .nrii T2 linos uf thU type), ia column. S3.00 for firt Jn.crtion and S1.W lcr Inch for each additional inruon. A liberal diuiit from above rates will be made to per ho advertise largely by the year, half year or quarter. PrufMOiial and buine card. inserted upon rcaim. ble termi. , . , . IVrnoin iwndlnp u money lot i.ibsorlptlon, ailvcrtUinff or'obTorfeTmafomard-it by aall. or otherwise, at ibeir own rUV. , Uqal Tender Xotu taken at par inpayment for tub tc...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 26 March 1875

3EEKLYAEIZ0NA MINER: PEESCOTT MARCH 26, 18TS. r-C- T. SJutlnr, ISUitor. ZST All accounts for adcerlUing and tub ftripti'M which became due on or before the first day of Idtruary, and all bilk for legal aiiver tistxneult tcliich appeared in tlus Miner pnvr to that dale are atable to John II. Marion. All accounts accruing since that date are payable to 7. J. Jiutlcr, the present proprietor. RAILROADS IN TERRITORIES. The following is a correct copy of what is known as the "Territorial right of way Lill," it being based on the bill intro duced in Congress last year by Mr. McCor mick, and urged by the Territorial Delegates. It will save special legislation, and stimulate the construction of railways where they arc much needed : As Act granting to railroads the ri(;lit of way over the public lauds of the United States. Us it enacted by the Senate and House of Hep. . . .v ...... vj ...v "'MLit UbUtM 111, VjUJIUIC&S U' u77,.7 .1 i. r . , . An Outpouring of the People Farewell Demonstrat...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 26 March 1875

Local Intelligence Church Notics. Mr. Wright ttIII preach in the Court-room y at 11 a. it. until farther notice. Sucduy 1'crereod ivery Sunday school immediately after tervice. The Pautt at the Post. On Wcducsdav cveuias the Officers ntid Ladies of Fort Whipple Kav: a pnrty at the General Crook Club Kooms Iri honor of the General and his Staff, who were to leave for Omaha next morning. The crowded state of our columns forbids that tve should do more than give a mere outline of what vras done. If we should simply say it was " perfectly spleii did' it would cover the whole ground, every thing that could be thought of to render the oc casiou pleasant was attended to and everybody was pleased. Wc went early and were enabled to take note of the decorations of the hall. The iirst thing that attracted our attention on enter- ing was ; line likeness of General Crook ens pended over the music stand, surrounded by these words: " Arizona's JJhst ijunxi)." Im mediately back ol the stand on tha ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 26 March 1875

i At?.. n dojpt crowd. Don't crowd the -world 1 large tJiongb For you as well as me ; The doors of all arc open wide Tbo'rtnlra of thought is frec ln all earth's places you are right To cbasc the best yon can , . Provided that yon do not try To crowd f ome other man. Don't crowd the good from outyocr heart By fostering all that's bud ; ; ' But Rive to every virtue room The beat that may be had ; To each day' record such a one that you may well be proud ; Give each bis riyht give each bis room, And never try to crowd. I ' Charlts Jtirkens. LETTER FROM MOHAVE COUNTY' Greenwood City. March 21, 187ot Editor Miner: Knowing you arc al ways glad to get items of interest for your paper, we venture to address you a letter about this section of our Territory. One week ago to-day wo arrived in this place, hav ing come with our "four-in-hand" from Cali fornia. Since then we have been busy vis iting some of the mines in the several dis tricts around here. Tho McCrackin lode had been so highly sp...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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