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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 14 July 1881

,JOHN'S WIFE. say Yes" to thee, John, can I thy love reain? I'm no beauty, dear; there's plenty call me pl ine don't blend their tints in my face; es and roses ito'e -e no witching blue eyes, no wonderful grace; I .vehealth, and truth, and youth, and I love no other but thee: n. thou must take mec all in all, or else thou must let me be. n schlol'ir, John; of art I could not speak; ad noet pose or dress, and look like an ancient Greek; not aesthetic as all; I do not paint or play; could I write tale or p.em, no matter what I can keep the house-place bright, and I love no one but thee, n thou must take me all in all, or thou must let me he. eto my heart, dear girl! Give me thy sun browned baund. er art thou to me than the fairest in the land. r little womanly woman! Love shall be my share is better than witching eyes or sunny hair; e is better than beauty or wit; love is better than gold. love is not found in the market-place; love is not bought and sold. itten for the Rocky Mountain...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 14 July 1881

IIELENA PRODUCUUE MARKET. HELENA. JI'. 3. ISS1. The h'llowinu are the ruling price- for the past week, hayed on nltull -nt- : Flour- Choice, $3.50. Wheat--.:2.50. Oats--S3.00. Bartlev-brewClrs-:-2.0, Bran and Short--$2.00 Corn Meal-G.Ic. IPea--$1.25. Chopped tleed--$1.35. l'otat(u'--$2.O0@$3.50. (abhnhge-- cenots ' lb. Butter--5e. Cheese- 18c. lork-net-510.00 Chieken, $6.00) per doz. Tulrkeys-$2'.50@,$5.00 eacth. l)uleks-50c. Fi~sh-25c. per lb. H:ay-$25.00@$30.010 pler ton. \Rood-87.00 j$S.0O0 per cord.: BUTTE MARKET REPORT. Her'rE, .iUI.Y i1, 1SS1. The tollowilig tigXires rule the imarkets of tr.he Silver City tlhi mornig : Flour-$3 5{0(;8.40-1. Grahantll -$3.50. Corti mneil--M(onI tint ---5.0l(-t.0(1." Wheat-$3.50. Outs-$3.25. SBran and Shorts-3.50. Barley-2.50@2.75. i'otatoes.-$3.20. Beets-$-3.00. Butter-35@45(e. lj>Yg(s--30c Cheese-l 5(@18e. Bacon--Bitter I:.oot-12; hl1icon--Motiittita--12(ri'-14'. l'ork-$1 3.0(0. tt Heef--$.00 on toot. ,lntton--l9.00 100 Ip)tnd.il. 4 hicke n...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 14 July 1881

MEAGHER COUNtY. IpEAOII:I o1launty, lc lpy ing thle most tile portion of the great peninsula lying tween the Yellowstone and Missouri, and I fhing across the great llend of the Mis ri from the river west to the river east. bracing an area of no less than 10,000 are miles, present. a, tine opportuni. s fo: home :laking as are to he f'ound on contlnent. The county is in a most ex lent financial condition. Taxes are light, y 14 mills on tlhe dollar, ind the taxable perty of the county is rapidly increasing. e county debt, which is small, will soon wiped out, and the county, now among first in the 'Territory in financial stand will take its place at the head. The ool systeml averages with the rest of the rritory. Its agricultural and pastoral fa ties call no where be sI'rpassed. The ssouri valley. the western border of the Ilty, poses.scs thousandls of acres of fille rsing lands that mnay be taken in quarter tions, without a break in them, and all which may be covered with water from SM...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 14 July 1881

A bed that has been made up a week or more is not fit to sleep in. as a moisture gathers which often proves fatal to persons sleeping in the bed. MEAGHER COUN £Y. MEAGHER COunty, occupying the most fertile portion of the great peninsula lying between the Yellowstone and Missouri, and reaching across the great bend of the Mis souri from the river west to the river east, embracing an area of no less than 10,000 square miles, presents as fine opportuni ties for home making as are to be found on the continent. The county is in a most ex cellent financial condition. 'Taxes are light, only 14 mills on the dollar, and the taxable property of the county is rapidly increasing. The county debt, which is small. will soon be wiped out, and the county, now among the first in the Territory in financial stand ing, will take Its place at the head. The school system averages with the rest of the Territory. Its agricultural and pastural fa cilities can no where be surpassed. The Missouri valley, the ...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 21 July 1881

____ oHanzain us Irandman. PER.OO A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-Stock, Home Reading and General News. PER SINGLE COP. pEJ. ANNUM.R 10 Cts. ,PER SINGLE COPY. VoL. 6. WRITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, MONTANA TERRITORY, JULY 21, 1881. No.36 -- -------~' No.36 pLUBLISIIED EVERY THIURSDAY BY . N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. H. SUTHERLIN, Associate Editor he ROCKY MoUNTAIN I[USBANDMAN is designed *, as the name indicates, a husbandmran ii every seof the term, embracing in its columns every artment of Agriculture, Stock-raieti.g, l-orti tre, Social and Domestic Economy. ADVERTISING IRATES. eck 3$ 3l$5($7I$ I$ I1$20 $30 cks 4 7 t0 12 15 28 40 onth I S 1`L 15 19 2t, 40 60) onths 0 16 24 30 36 4 80 120 oaths I 25 36 45 541I 651 120 200 ot I 30 40 60 75 90 105 I 180 250 ransient advertisements payvable in advance. eglar advertisements payable qu'arterly. wenty-live per cent. added for special advertise" ts. mittances by registered letter, post-office er or draft at our sk; but not at our expense. ny one...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 21 July 1881

R. N. SUTHIERLIN, Editor. W. H. SUTHERLIN, Assistant Editor. THURSDAY, July 21, 1881. TIE Albany contest is to all appearances virtually settled. Many of the legislators have paired off and gone home and the re mainder evince a spirit of determination which would indicate that they will finally be compelled to go home without making any choice, thus leaving the Senatorial question to be settled by the next election. J. T. MERRILL. an agent of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company, has arrived in the Territory for the purpose of obtaining reliable information from mine owners of the character of their leads, and other mat ters pertaining to the mining interests of Montana. Mine owners throughout the country would do well to furnish such in -ormation of their mines, as it may have some weight in the location of the North. ,ern Pacific or its branches. .. . . .. I ---- b- - ..... ..... . 'THE subject of incorporating towns is being discussed by some of our contempo .raries. The princip...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 21 July 1881

.LOCAL -NEWS._ -Strawberries abound oi the mountains. _Gentle showers Tuesday refreshed things considerably. V nmi. IUnppold is fitting tip is valley home in elegant shape. '.lThe Inter-Mountains Freeman has lately been nmaterially improved. -Mrs. Dr. Parberry returned from her visit among lIelena friends last week. _Newkirk Bros. are erecting a new resi dence on their Eight Mile dairy ranch. -Alex. Gibson will soon have his wagon and carriage minnufactory ill uhll blast. -Dr. S. S. Mcllhenny, who has been on a flying visit to the Atlantic States, has re turned. _There is a prospect of a school in Bar ker District. Miss Jennie Evans will prob ably be the teacher. _The Cottage llouse maintains its repn tation folr setting at good table and is flour ishing in consequence thlereot. -T'lhe Record states that the wool trade at Benton has been brisk. Last week local buyers paid as high as 26 cents. _Spl)ecer Bros. are gatherinig material for a concretet slable which they propose to have c...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 21 July 1881

Five gtrlo NOTWITHSTANDING tihe losses of cattle were more severe in Montana last year than usual, the business is not checked. Stock cattle are selling readily at good figures. Is it not time that cattle owners were making more permanent improvements, and some preparation for the winters? We think it would be profitable to fence pas tures. The weak cattle could then be select ed, put in pastures, and fed when necessary. PIGS AND GRASS. That there has beetn less disease among swine in this country during the past two years than for several previous, is well known. This improved condition is the re sult of several causes, not the leastof which is the beneficial eflect of more liberty at good pasture, now much more prominent in the mannagemetL of swine than it was form erly. While it is true that in the domesti cation of the hog his nature and habits have been greatly modified, the fact retnains that in his nornlal or natural condition, he is a grass-eating animal, and that during the...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 21 July 1881

rittea for the Ituoky Mountaio Ilusb:nb dman OURt GNOME INHERITANCE. l(y SYLVIA A. MOSS. It is quite marvelous how the supersti of our ancestors remain with us as a rt of our belief. Like the traditions of e red man they have been oraly transmit d fi.om generation to generation, and ough the fairies and gnomes long since sappeared, the gifts they gave to mortals e a part of our inheritance,. too valuable rhaps to hold up to the public view, but is nevertheless as safely locked in mem y as are our earthly ornaments of dia onds and pearls locked in their costly weleases. The gift of healing, the gift of e far sight, the knowledge of metals, how e waters run, what the birds say, the di ning glance, the lucky finger. ,,Eyes to pierce the darkness through; Wit to grasp a hidden clue; heart to feel, and hand to do, These the gnomes have given to you.'' One of the most beautiful and widely Iown rhymes concerning the distribution gifts, is this : sonday's child is fair of face esday's child...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 21 July 1881

HELENA PRODUCE MARKET. HELENA, JULY 3, 1881. The following are the ruling prices for Dhe past week, based on actual Sales: Flour-Choice, $3.50. Wheat-42.50. Oats-$3.00. Barley-brewers-$2.0J Bran and Shorts- $2.00 Corn Meal-6jc. Peas--$1.25. Chopped teed-$1.35. Potatoes-$2.50@$3.50. Cabbage--4 cents V lb. Butter-50c. Cheese-18c. Eggs-50c Pork-net-$10.00 Chickens, $6.00 per doz. Turkeys-$2.50@$5.00 each. Ducks-50c. Fish-25c. per lb. Hay-$25.00.$30.40 per ton. Wood-$7.00@$8.00 per cord.: BUTTE MARKET REPORT. BUTTE, JULY 1,: 1881. 'lThe following figures rule the markets of ,the Silver City this morning: Flour-$3 50@$.400. Graham-$3.S0. Corn meal-Montana-$5.00@$7.00. Wheat-$3.50. Oats-$3.25. Bran and Shorts-3.50. Barley-2.50@2.75. Potatoes,-$3.20. Beets-$3.00. Butter-35@45c. Eggs-30c Cleese-15@i8c. Bacon-Bitter Root-12-1 Bacon--Mo n tatnta-12@14. Pork-$13.00. Beef-$6.00 on foot. H1utton-$9.00 ` 100 ponnla. Chickens-$6.00@$7.00. Hay-$27.00 per ton. Lu mber-rough-$20.00($25.00; illish tug...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 21 July 1881

r J- _LJ. - . . ClncAOl July 12.-Griscom's long fast acluded at noon. In 45 days he has lost s 50 pounds, his weight to-day being 147k, mperature 98, pulse 55. Four men rode quietly into Riverton, lo , made their way to the bank of Davis & as and while one of them engaged the at nsto of the chashier the others leaped er the counter, taking $4,000, and invited e crowd to follow as they rode away. A ge party is in pursuit. SAN FRANCIsCO, July 12.-The whaler omas Pope, Captain Millard, arrived this ening from the Arctic straits. June 12th, e day before leaving, she spoke the whaler ogress, Captain Barber. and learned that eIndians near East Cape had found the o missing whalers, Vigilant and Mount allaston. The Indians found three corpses ly on board the Vigilant. From their ap arance it was evident that they had died the first year of their captivity in ice. he Indians brought away from the Vigi nt some money, a spy-blass, bomb gun d fowling piece. No one, dead or alive, as found o...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 21 July 1881

_ Jj ii!Plarld[cZr _ Sad case : The girl who was locked inl her lovers' arms for three hours and a half ex plains that it wasn't her fault. She claims lie forgot the combination. MEAGHER COUN tY. MEAGiEtR county. occupying the most fertile portion of the great peninlsula lying between the Yellowstone and Missouri, and reaching across the great bend of the Mis souri from the river west to the river east, embracing an area of no less than 10,000 square miles, presents as fine opportuni ties for home making as are to be found on the continent. The county is in a most ex cellent financial condition. Taxes are light, only 14 mills on the dollar, and the taxable property of the county is rapidly increasing. The county debt., which is small, will soon be wiped out, and the county, now among the first in the Territory in financial stand ing, will take its place at the head. The school system averages with the rest of the Territory. Its agricultural and pastural fft cilities can no where be ...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 28 July 1881

a bocicty achk Jankain 9n hzndmadn. 4.00o A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-Stock, Rome Reading and General News. 10 ER SIGL.E COP. E ANNUM. 10 Ct-. PER SINGLE COPT. VoL. 6. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, MONTANA TERRITORY, JULY 28, 1881. No.37. i • , in ,ji |1i- I . pUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY . N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. SH. SUTHERLIN, Associate Editor he ROCKY MOUNTAIN HUSBANDMAN s1 designed e, as the name indicates, a husbandman in every f the term, embracing in its columns every ent of Agriculture, Stock-raisiLg, Horti tte, Social and Domestic Economy. ADVERTISING RATES. nslent advertisements paable in advance. ee $2 $3 I8 $ 7 $9 $1] $20 $80 3 4k 7 10 12 18 28 40 xih 5 8 12 18 19 21 40 60 10 16 24 80 86 42 80 120 oh 25 38 48 81 68 120 200 40 0 40 60 78 90 108 180 280 rsnsient advertisements payable in advance. eglar advertisements payable quarterly. enty-five per cent. added for special advertise Its. ittances by registered letter, post-office er or draft at our sk; but not at our expe...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 28 July 1881

R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. W. H. SUTHERLIN, Assistant Editor. TIIURSDAY, July 31, 1881. Ou- country never made more rapid strides toward permanent greatness than it is making to-day. Our mines are proving rich beyond the most sanguine expectations of any, and sales are chronicled weekly at fabulous sums. The mercantile interests are also in a very healthy state, profits are goods, and the outstanding debts above the average, and the only trouble experienced is in keeping sufficient goods. Competition is slight and the denmai:d reliable. The in dustrial interests are very prosperous. La borers are scarce and wages good, while all the various branches of agriculture are booming. The farmers generally are out At debt, have ready markets and good prices, •and are improving and enlarging their farms, supplying plenty of implements, building good dwellings and good stables, a.nd last, but not least, are educating their sons and daughters in a manner that does them credit. There is a seeming...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 28 July 1881

LOCAL _INWS. "Ml,, ake hay while the sun shines." umnith river crops are looking splendid. _The lumber for Anderson's building is eing delivered. -Frank Arnett, the rheumatic patient, is polling for a foot race. .No more foot-log sports. 'The ripling ttle brook is bridged. _Fresh vegetables have been plenty on ur streets during the past week. _Mrs. A. J. Stephens and Mrs. Howe rrived here Tuesday last. -ft we had wool to shipl), we would de ver it at Wilder's instead of Benton. -Lumber for Sarter's yard continues to 11 in at the rate of 20,000 per week. ,The Cottage House, under its new pro rietorship, gives general satisfaction. -Miss Lorena Allen will probably spend he remainder of the summer in town. ,The Musselshell cattle men expect to nish their summer round-up this week. _Walter Collins returned from ia visit to be Judith anrd Fort Maginnis this week. -D. J. Winters, of the Missouri valley, as over this week with a load of green tuf. -The brick industry is progressing well, n...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 28 July 1881

rive toftk ONE of the most important races ever run in America, is to take place at Minne apolis, Minn., on Thursday, September 8th. It is to be four mile heats for a purse of $20,000-the first to have $10,000, the sec ond $5,000, the third $3,000 and the fourth $2,000. CROSS-BREEDING IN SHEEP HUSBANDRY M. Sanson, the highest authority in France upon the zootechny of sheep says, in his work, Les Mutons, published in 1868: "The utility of crossing is limited to two cases: 1st, to the absorbtion of a race, or of a specific type by another type, and 2d, to the production of erades (metis,) ameliorat ed in their aptitudes and which are not des tined themselves to reproduce. In the first case, which is called the method of contin ued crossing, the course is to choose al ways and indefinitely the male reproducers from those of the specific type of the race which it is desired to implant * * * The first method of crossing is, above all, invaluable, in an economic point of view, for implant...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 28 July 1881

MY MOTHER. BY ELIZABETIH A. BRYAMT. ,your mother is dead, " ran the missive' ,In the twilight of dawn she eeaseC to live, Po not grieve, sublime, is her rest With him who doeth all thibgs best.'' ,your mother is dead.'' Notmy mother, "Not of her do they write-'tis another. ,,Yesterday morn brought a letter from mine, I read it o'er and o'er, line by line, ,,your mother is dead." Dead ! and I live Who was not there to give 0ne kiss or tonec of the hand gre she passed to the beautiful land ! ,,your mother is dead." Nay, 'tis not death Tho' tie trembling heart and the breath Stir no more the pearl at her breast, And all her being is rest. ,,Your mother is dead," Nay, 'tis life To drop all care, all pain and strife Wearied feet, tired hand in repose. Asleep in the land where the Asphodel grows ritten for the Rocky Mountain Husbandman. AGREEABLENESS. BY SYLVIA A. MOSS. There are' two kinds of agreeableness, e can be seen through and the other can t, yet there are people who are always is...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 28 July 1881

HELENA PRODUCE MARKET. liELENA, JULY 3, 1881. The following are the ruling prices for the past week, based on actual sales: Flour-Choice, $3.50. Wheat-,2.50. Oats-$3.00. Barley-brewers-$2.0J Bran and Shorts-$2.00 Corn Meal--6jc. Peas-$1.25. Chopped teed-$1.35. Potatoes-$2.50@$3.50. Cabbage--4 cents ' lb. Butter-50c. Cheese-18c. Eggs-50c Pork-net-$10.00 Chickens, $6.00 per doz. Turkeys-$2.50@$5.00 each. Ducks-50c. Fish-25c. per lb. Hay-$25.00@$30.00 per ton. Wood-$7.00@$8.00 per cord.: BUTTE MARKET REPORT. BUTTE, JULY 1,; 1881. The following figures rule the markets of the Silver City this morning: Flour-$3 50@$.400. Graham-$3.50. Corn meal-Montana-$5.00 $7.00" Wheat,-$3.50. Oats-$3.25. Bran and Shorts-3.50. Barley-2.50@2.75. Potatoes,-$3.20. Beets-$3.00. Butter--35@45c. Eggs-30c Cheese--15@18c. Bacon-Bitter Root-12$ Bacon-Montan:l-12@Y14e. Pork-$13.00. Beef-$6.00 on foot. Mutton--$9.00 1 100 pounds. Chickens-$6(.0(0@$7.00. iHay-$27.00 per ton. Lumber-rough--$20 25.00; tinish ing, $6...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 28 July 1881

TELEGRAPHIC. CHICGO July 23.-The day was tine and e trac' excellent. In the tree-for-all acers) the first heat was won by Mattie unter, Sorrel Dan 2d, Bay Billy 3d. Time, Between heats Maud S. was brought out, nd after warming up to the work and go g well out from the pole. made the quar at a 2:20 gait, breaking and passing the arter at 35 seconds. She settled down nd made the half in 1:12 ; three-quarters, ith a slight break, in 1:40, and the heat as finished at a jog in 2:11J. The two eceeding heats were made withouta break skip, as follows: Second heat, 24k, 1:06, :38, 2:11). Third heat, 34, 1:06k, 1374, 2:11. 'he track was about one and a half to two conds slow, and the achievement is con dered one of the best thle mare ever made. JAcKsONVIILE, Fla., July 23.-Two men amed Rhodes and Crowder, who came to is State about a year ago, were killed near eir homes in Volusia county. It is sup osed they were kill by personal enemies. ST. LIouis, July 23.-The Republican's ryan (Texas) spe...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 28 July 1881

DURING the summer, when the fowls must be shut up on account of their roving and mischief-making propensities, much of the ill effects of their imprisonment may be avoided if they are let out for a short time at evening. REMEMBER that you cannot over feed young chickens so long as the supply is regular. Not only are the flesh and bones to be formed, but the feathering process is to be carried on at the same time, and fea thers are rich in nitrogen and demand much nutritive material. Chickens cannot be made too fat if allowed plenty of exercise. Drop Cakes.-Mix half a cup of butter, one of sugar, a quarter of a cup of milk, half a cup of flour, two eggs and half a teaspoonful of baking powder into a batter; flavor with vanilla and beat until light. Butter dripping pans and drop in teaspoon fuls, leaving plenty of room between each. bake in aquick oven ; they should be brown on the bottom, crisp around the edges, al most white on top, and extremely thin. MEAGHER COUNTY. MEAGLER County...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
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